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Louie Baur
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Last picture at Casa Captiva. Thanks for the great time bro!
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My beautiful wife is enjoying her last day in Cabo. 
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your is beautiful but not as beautiful as my daughter lol
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The staff at the house brought out some killer tacos, cactus salad and much much more. Life is rough! 
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The definition of hurry up and wait is going to the VA and doing a follow up appointment for service connected disability's
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Good luck with that. I'll find out my luck again soon. 
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This is a Hornet Moth. A harmless moth which happens to do an excellent job of looking like a hornet
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For our last supper in Cabo, Santos prepared an amazing Fillet Mignon, mashed potatoes, zucchini, baby carrots and some tasty asparagus. Wow!
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Sammy said he was going to meet me out front. He ended up being a no show 
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Here's a shot of the house from the beach
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On August 31, 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day to replace separate Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force Days. The single day celebration stemmed from the unification of the Armed Forces under the Department of Defense.
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Skateboarder, Blogger, Motorcycle Owner, Lurker and all around nutter-miscreant ninja ;) Long Beach Resident
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Skateboarder, Blogger, Motorcycle Owner, Lurker and all around nutter-miscreant ninja ;)
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Skate To Live, Live To Skate.
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  • Orange Coast College
  • University High School
  • Judson School
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The AT&T store of the future in Huntington Beach, CA
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I was invited down to the AT&T store in Huntington Beach to check out their new interactive store of the future. This is the second store of

Michael's on Naples is doing something relatively new and it is called Meatballs. Music. Manhattans. This happens on one Monday of each month. This particular event was the 2nd one and to me it looks like the event is getting some nice traction. I arrived at about 8 PM which was perfect because the dinner rush was over and I like it when it's not super crowded. The level of service at Michael's on Naples is amazing! I have been here a few times and it is very common for the General Manager or even the owner himself to walk up and chat with you about what you are eating or drinking and why they put it on the menu. I had a good conversation with Kevin Lanctot about the food portion of the event and then Kevin Chisam broke down the cocktails for me. I started off with the Belve-buck which ended up being my favorite drink of the night and then I had 3 variations of the Manhattan which were all good as well. For food, I tried a variety of meatballs, arugula and a few other things on the menu and a few things stood out for me. I was a big fan of the beef, veal and pork meatballs and I also liked the Belve-buck a lot because it had a nice ginger flavor to it. Check out their website for upcoming dates and if you have not been to this event before, I highly recommend it because it is a different and fun way to spend your Monday night:)
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
So I just got inspired to start tanning and after sitting in the backyard with very little results I figured there had to be a better way to get this done and I started researching tanning salons in Long Beach. I can't remember the last time that I was actually in a tanning salon my guess would be the late 80's or early 90's and what I remember from that experience was that is very expensive. After researching club tan I was able to find out that the prices were good and there is a lot of good reviews about the establishment and the owner who's name is Freddy. I popped on down there and told him that I was a newbie and what I was looking to do and he hooked me up with the discounted monthly package. Hey mixed some of his free sample lotions and explained the basics of what they do and I headed to room one and lotion-ed myself up and hopped into the tanning bed. I did not lie in one spot because I want to mix it up so I spend half the time on my back and half on my stomach. My arms and bald head are tan from just being out in the sun and stuff all the time but my unexposed areas (basically the rest of my body) where pretty white. Freddy recommended that I hop in there for 8 minutes vs the full 11 minutes and that should get me a little pink but not burned. I hopped out and was satisfied with my pink looking skin and told Freddy that he nailed it. I told him I wanted to come back the next day and go for another session and he said I should be able to do it but if I wanted to skip it that would be ok as well. I did end up going back in on Saturday for another 8 minutes and then took Sunday off because he is closed Sundays. On Monday I came back and did it again but this time I ramped it up to the full 11 minutes. I took a break on Tuesday and came back in on Wednesday and after my fourth session I noticed that I was no longer pink and I was actually getting a nice tan base coat. I'm about a week and a half into my four week tanning package and I couldn't be happier. The prices are great and Freddy is really cool. The beds are clean and he has that place running like a top. If you ask, Freddy will talk your ears off about tanning. He is a self proclaimed chatty person but he is engaged in the conversation so if you need to move on down the road he will pick up on that long before you have to excuse yourself. Most chatty people do not possess this skill and that includes myself LOL! If you just want to come in and tan and get out all you have to do is say hi, sign in and Freddy will show you to a bed. This is kind of close to downtown Long Beach and parking is always a problem in downtown. That is not the case here at Club Tan. There are parking spots out in front of the salon and there is a side street that also has parking. I have not had a problem yet and I have always had 3 places to park which is fabulous. The days of me laying out in the sun waiting for a tan to happen are over. I pop in here for 11 minutes and it is a 10 minute drive so I can get down there and back in a half hour which is a great use of my time.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
My wife took my car out to go run some errands and texted me and told me that my left headlight was out. She caught it because she saw the reflection in a store window. What a smartypants lol! Who knows how long I have been running around like this but it was time to get it fixed. I tried to do it myself but couldn't figure out how to get down in there to pull out the bulb. This morning at about 8am I found K.J. Lee’s Automotive and I talked with Daniel. I told him that I wanted to get the bulb replaced and I figured that it was probably time for a oil change as well so I asked for a quote and a timeframe. He said it would be around $50 for both and that it would take under an hour if I came this morning. I grabbed my puppy Clyde and figured that I could take him for a walk around the hood while we were getting the car fixed. I met Daniel and he was just as cool as he sounded on the phone. He verified what needed to be done and said it would be fixed in 45 minutes. I walked in a big square down to Long Beach Blvd and basically the whole way around St. Mary's hospital. I got Clyde to take some fun pictures and was in no hurry. I got back at the 40 minute mark and they were pulling my car out for me. Daniel got the final invoice done and it was literally 45 minutes as he estimated. Wow I love this place. Super legit!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
It was lunchtime and I had a hankering for a low-carb six dollar burger. This is my local Carl's Jr. and I've been coming here for about six years. I've never had any real problems here the services always pretty good so they are consistent for sure. There were about five cars out front in the drive-through so I decided to come in and dine inside for lunch today. Typically I hang back and go through the drive through but every now and then you can get served much faster by walking inside and going with the dine in option which is what I did today. My low-carb six dollar burger came out in a reasonable about period if time and as usual it was very tasty. They served it up quickly and man do I love those Six Dollar Burgers!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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The chowder barge is a floating barge in Wilmington and I brought my wife down here for a little breakfast. My original plan was to come down for some chowder but since it was still early, we both went with eggs Benedict with hash browns and lots of hollandaise sauce The Chowder Barge is off the beaten path a beat and is in the small marina. They seem to have ample parking and I have never had a problem finding a spot. As you walk into the restaurant, you see all sorts of cool decorations. There is a bar off to the left that sits about 12 people and then the dining area is off to the right. Everything is super old school here and the people that work here are great!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This was my first time in Danville and I decided to come here to watch the game and grab some food with a coworker of mine. The downtown area of Danville is amazing and has a small town feel which is quite different than Long Beach. They had a really nice patio outside and two dining areas inside. The section off to the right had a nice bar and we ate at the section to the left. There were tv's around so we were able to catch the basketball game. We had the Firehouse Smoked Wings and Beef BBQ Nachos. Here are the complete descriptions. Firehouse Smoked Wings $10.50 Choice of Spicy Garlic, teriyaki, Sweet BBQ, Spicy BBQ (with a kick), Buffalo, or Wicked Hot. Served with Ranch or Blue Cheese. BBQ Nachos (Beef, Chicken, or Pork) $11.95 This appetizer is made to be eaten with a fork and spoon. Corn tortilla chips topped with chopped smoked brisket or pulled pork, salsa, sour cream, guacamole, jalapenos, red onions, black olives, and topped with cheddar cheese sauce. For the main course we both had 50-50 Burgers. I had a salad with ranch with mine and they were awesome. Here is a what was in the Burgers. 50/50 Burger $12.95 A mix of grilled Angus beef and chopped bacon. Topped with caramelized onions and Chipotle aioli. Choice of cheese for $1.50 Stefanie was an awesome server and I highly recommend get sat in her section:)
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
On December 26 I discovered that somebody busted out my passenger window and broke into my car. I live in kind of a shady part of Long Beach and if you park your car up the street and in the dark people will check your doors to see if they are open which is what has happened to me in the past. This is the first time my window got busted and it was frustrating. I found International Auto Glass and saw that there was some reviews about how quick, cheap and effective they were and handling busted car windows so I gave them a call. I talked to Ricardo on the phone and told him what kind of car I had and he said that he could have the window at his place within an hour. He quoted me $170 or so and I asked if it would be helpful for me to bring cash. I did and got a discount which was sweet. Remember to ask for the cash discount:) I dropped off my car and realized that I needed window tint as well. That was an extra 35 bucks but needed to be done. I went back home, got a call from Eddie about an hour and 15 minutes later and he told me I was all set. My wife dropped me back off I paid the man and problem solved. These guys will communicate clearly with you and do what they say they are going to do and do the job with pride. 5 stars all day long!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago