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Marvin Bentley II
Works at Mailrite, Inc.
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Beautiful concepts from +KateRina KampRani (http://www.kkstudio.gr/). Found it and really just fell in love with it after seeing it on Reddit (http://goo.gl/d5ph3o).
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+Cody Brown, THIS is how you do it properly. :)
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What a deep game for such a short amount of time played.
 
A walk to forget
More often than not, video games about illness involve surviving in a post-apocalyptic hellscape filled with zombies, not diseases typically associated with old age. But that's just what you get...
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Wow. I'm watching this on my #Chromecast  and… wow. The #nostalgia … it's just crazy. I doubt I'll finish it, but this is good reason to go and try to set up a reasonable emulator setup.
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Go find OPENEMU.... It's a new Emulator and it is AMAZING!
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Dang it, southerners! When will you learn - the white stuff is more then just fluffy! :-( 
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Ya gotta wonder about 'dat logic. :P
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WOW! What a great rendition!
 
Skull Kid from Majora's Mask in Perler beads, finally finished! I am quite happy with the final results. #thelegendofzelda   #perlerart  
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So... This looks nothing short of delicious. I mean, heart attack inducing, sure, but DELICIOUS.
 
The most bacony bacon burger with bacon imaginable.

Has the bacon thing gone too far? 

The Foodbeast blog created the most baconistic bacon burger imaginable. Behold: 

http://www.foodbeast.com/2014/03/21/heres-how-to-make-the-foodbeast-everything-bacon-burger/
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And... This is what happens when I try to borrow my wife's 3ds. Love you, Carebear. ;-) 
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Hmmm... I'll see what I can do. :-) 
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+Cody Brown, my friend +Marshall Lazar shared this with me, and my mind INSTANTLY went to you. Did you play #ChronoTrigger  as a youth? If so, check it out.
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I like his Megaman stuff. :-) 
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Data Processor, Network Admin, IT Guy
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  • Mailrite, Inc.
    Network Admin/IT/Data Processor, 2007 - present
  • Dunkin' Donuts
    2004 - 2006
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Gratuitous complexity is akin to chaos
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Well, I was born in 1983, I had an amazing son in '05, got married to my beautiful & talented wife and I love my job.
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Have a wonderful kid, a beautiful wife, and a great family. :)
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  • Leland & Gray Uhsd #34
    1997 - 2001
  • Westwood College
    Video Game Design, 2005 - 2006
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My wife & I went here just a few short days ago for a second honeymoon. Suffice it to say, when we walked into our room, we were floored. Between the sitting room out front, the spacious 2 person shower (a REAL two person shower, with two shower heads!), the jacuzzi RIGHT NEXT TO THE BED, the gorgeous bay windows & the gas fireplace (which was understandably non-functional in the summer heat), it was more than I expected for their "Standard" rooms (as opposed to their more impressive named rooms). During our three days & two nights there we interacted with a number of the staff, and without fail they were friendly & we really felt that they would do whatever they could to make our stay more enjoyable (this was put to the test when we came up empty handed after thinking we'd packed a cork screw - thankfully, they were able to come through for us. :) They did offer free wifi, but if it's something that matters to you, make sure to ask to be put in a room close to the access point, as they seemed to only have one, and I suspect that rooms much further away from it than ours would have tough time getting a signal. And note that in the area cell phone service can be anywhere from spotty to non-existent. I'm a VERY picky sleeper. I have a bit of a bad back, and generally have a tough time sleeping anywhere that's not home. I found the beds to be firm (which is not, by itself a bad thing - I personally prefer a firm mattress to a soft one), and slept like a baby, which, again, is rare for me. All in all, a really great time, with wonderful people. We'll be going back again. As for the other negative reviews, not sure what happened, but I'm happy to say that our experience was nothing like that. Also, if you're hungry, make sure to check out the Red Parka Steakhouse & Pub. We went for dinner one night, and nachos the next day. Great fare! And right next door is the Vintage Baking Co. The owner (I think) is VERY knowledgeable about breads & wines. I can't speak for the Tompsion House, as we waited there for 10 minutes before finally walking out after not being even acknowledged (this was with tables open, and everything - they just couldn't be troubled to even seat us let alone serve us). Edit - For some reason, my paragraph seperations arn't showing up, so this looks like a wall of text. My apologies. TL, DR - Great place, great people, go there now! :)
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
The food is OK (not great, not poor), the prices are a LITTLE high, but the real issue is that it takes FOREVER to get served there. I'm not sure where in the staff the issue lies, but it's kept me away from there for years at a time.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
We haven't eaten there yet, but they are the only place in town that I'm aware of that delivers anything beyond pizza. The food we got was delicious, and well worth the price ($30 for my wife & I). We are fully intending to go there the have a proper dinner (after which I'll update the review if the decor is off). EDIT: Ah, finally went. Delicious food, and very professional interior & staff. The price, quantity & quality of the sushi was wonderful, and the more traditional "american-chinese" cuisine was also a treat. Best crab rangoons in town! :)
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Wow. What a wonderful day we just had. As a child, I remember coming here for bowling with my classmates. Now, 20 odd years later, my family & I just finished up a wonderful day there. We started out bowling, and before we began, the owner came over to explain the differences & scoring mechanisims between "regular" bowling & this candlepin bowling. He was a really friendly fellow, and seemed be be really grateful to be able to reopen after the huge flood they had a year or so ago. After a great game bowling, we tucked in for some lunch. The food was good, nothing to complain about. The selection was excellent, as were portions. We then went & had a round on their still reconstructing mini-golf course, and had a blast. We topped our day off with a quick round of pool between my father & I, while everyone else went nuts at the arcade. What a great day. If you're in the area, I can't recommend it highly enough. It's far & away the most family friendly bowling alley I'm familiar with. And if you're not in the area, you really should be - you're doing a disservice to yourself by missing it. ;)
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Food: Very goodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago