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Nicole Kiser
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Attended Hope Academy High School
Lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming
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ONCE A WEEK~ ONCE A WEEK! I like the subtle hints of sarcasm sprinkled through out. I'm sure it was tough for Jordan to keep himself from laughing. Never change Blimey Cow, never change! (Unless it's to be more awesome, I'm ok with those kinds of changes... ;D)
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I dunno, maybe 5-6yr olds would like this....
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1) I really liked how you drew your "angry face" in this and 2) whenever the eye popped from rage, I laughed. Very nicely done!
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+LPSFord TV You getting banned as a troll. 
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I recently started following your channel and had no idea you were an author! I appreciate you linking to your books in your description, I've added them to my wishlist and plan on buying at least one each paycheck. (I've read a lot of good books that were introduced to me by a friend of a friend's of the author. It really is tragic how many great stories never get popular! I try to get the word out, but I'm not exactly a happenin' person either, so I feel like I'm not contributing much, lol..)

Butthurt is right! That article was an appalling display of jealousy and envy! Being jealous of a popular person will not get your goods sold, and it cripples your creativity on top of it (by blaming everyone else instead of being inspired by them to do better). I also get the feeling that this person doesn't respect certain genres and thinks they're "lesser", ya know? Just the feel I got from that whole thing...

And did this person not consider the fact that JK Rowling is introducing a whole new audience to that specific genre? What do you want to bet people who only read it because she wrote it, and found out they loved that genre, went in search of other authors who wrote similar stuff? Uh hu. Betcha they did! A lot of really popular creative types are like "gateway drugs" to the masses.... they introduce them to something new they wouldn't have tried otherwise. It's a good thing! 
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Please excuse the lateness of this reply. I think I meant to reply to you, but completely forgot.  

Thank you so much for the kind words, and I hope you enjoy my books! All I ask is that you do a review of them, even if you don't like them, and if you do like them, let others know.  

And your insight is also very good.  :) 
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I just wanna add that episode 4 and onward are not only just as good as the first 3 episodes but in some ways better! This is a great series and doesn't require any real commitment to watch. I thoroughly enjoy it and would recommend it to others. :D
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Just wanted to say this is the only chicken recipe I've been able to make that doesn't get a "This chicken is dry!" from my husband. xD
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When I get random texts from people I don't know, I take a photo of some part of my house (door knobs, ceiling fans, that kind of thing) and send it back to them. They sent me something random, so I send them something random. For one guy, I had to send TWO random photos! Fortunately he figured it out...
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Why don't you guys ever respond to any of my comments? I'm so jealous! As a fan, I feel unloved! Don't you care about me?! LOVE ME BY RESPONDING TO ME! DOOOO IIIT!
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I amazed when people watch these kinds of videos and drone on and on about the "good old days" of cartoons. Talk about nostalgia goggles! I was born in the 80s and grew up in the 90s and even I can see the majority of these cartoons did not age well. The best that can be said about some of them is that they were mediocre entertainment for children who didn't know better. Quite a few are just bad--or worse, boring! The majority are seriously cringe worthy.... Only a very few stand the test of time. All this to say: cartoons really haven't changed in terms of quality, story telling, and animation. It's all pretty well the same, you just think it's different because you're looking at it from the perspective of your child-self and not as an adult.

(Note: I find it humorous how the 80s were obsessed with space adventures and the 90s were obsessed with mutants. Thanks Star Wars and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! ;) )
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You guys did this on purpose because of Valentines coming up, didn't you? lol! I love your History Of videos, thanks for a great romp! :D
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Umeployed but Searching, Wife, Animal Caretaker
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Graphic Design, Computer Building & Hardware Repair, Photography,
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  • Ken Nelson
    Real Estate Assistant, Wife, Animal Caretaker, 2009 - 2013
    Secretary, Photography, Graphic Designer, and Web & Computer Maintainance
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Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Wichita Falls, TX - Biloxi, Mississippi - Germany - Misawa, Japan - South Dakota - Georgia
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Artist, Reader, Cat Lover, and Cuddler of Mike
Introduction
I'm pretty much a nerd, and proud of it. I enjoy Star Wars, Star Trek (though not publicly because my husband hates it, heeh), Kyoko Hikawa's manga, certain kinds of shoujo, I'm an artist on deviantArt.com (I go by Draw2much), I write a little, love cartoons and particularly enjoy a lot of the DC stuff (Batman Animated Series, Teen Titans, etc). I love to read fantasy and sometimes sci-fi. I want to dress up as a Sim for my next convention adventure, no matter how lame my husband thinks it'd be. I was raised in the Air Force and then married someone in the Air Force, but I still can't keep ranks straight. >_> My long term memory is sketchy and I'm terrible with names.
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Visited Egypt, Scotland, and lived in Japan.
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  • Hope Academy High School
    2003
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Naddy
I've had excellent service from them each time I've gone. I would recommend them to anyone new to the area. One of my cats really REALLY hates being poked and prodded by strangers, so you can imagine how he freaks out during a vet visit. They've always been excellent at keeping him from hurting himself or anyone else, while still getting the job done. There prices seem to be about average for the area too. (They probably aren't the cheapest, but their service is good enough that I don't mind.)
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
This is THE Taco Bell to go to in Wichita Falls. I go about 2 or 3 times a month at a variety of different times. The people have always been friendly and courteous. The food is well prepared and the store is usually clean. Mostly I like it for the employees though. (I hate going to a fast food place where all the employees look miserable to be there. The ones at this location have a good attitude!) I can't remember ever getting the wrong food from them either, though there's always a first. When I use the drive through (normally I dine in so it's not a problem), I check to make sure I got the right amount of food. (As long as the shape and weight is right I don't really care what they give me. I like just about everything on the menu. ;) )
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've always been large chested, though I didn't realize it when I was younger. Like many women, I didn't know how to bra shop. I didn't know how bras were suppose to "act" or what they were suppose to look like when they fit. Intimacy fixed that. First, my fitter was knowledgeable and patient. There is no tape measuring, it's all eyeballing and trial & error. She had me remove my shirt and then helped me try on several bras. (Yes, this means someone might touch your breasts. Do not panic! It's all very professional.) She was highly accurate in her estimation of my size in all but the sports bra (went up a strap size for that). Second, Prior to this fitting, I thought I was a solid 38 DD. After, I discovered I'm a 36 DD. Mostly. Actually, bra size is almost entirely dependent on the style and brand. Most of the time I was a 36 DD (E), but sometimes I was a 38 E, occasionally I was even a 36 F (DDD)! The important thing is now I know what sizes are likely to fit me in certain styles and what my average size actually is. The bras are expensive. Typically they start at around $80. However, you get great service and ALL their bras are beautiful. It doesn't matter your size, what ever bra you get will look and feel gorgeous. There's one more thing you might not know: they will do free alterations and repair certain kinds of damage to bras you buy from them. That in itself makes it worth shopping there. I highly recommend this place! If your bras have always felt uncomfortable or they're starting to (and you can't seem to find the right size) these are the people to go to!
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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We've had Time Warner Roadrunner since we moved into this house 2 years ago. The technician who came out was excellent, he didn't leave until everything worked perfectly (which meant he was climbing in our attic rewiring the entire house and getting completely drenched changing the cables from the house to the electric poll since it was raining). Our internet has worked fairly well 95% of the time up until a few months ago when it started acting odd (random outages--normally at night--and sudden slow downs). We got a phone call from Time Warner saying they were upgrading their system, which was causing the outages and instability, and would be sending us a new cable modem. The modem came in the mail a few days later. The cable modem was not registered to our account so I had to call their Customer Support to get it working. The 1st tier CSR were excellent and transferred me to 3rd tier tech support to get my new modem up and running. I was on hold for quite some time, but once 3rd tier tech support got on the line they promptly and politely fixed my problem. While my service has not been perfect, I have found the company has been good about explaining problems and eager to fix any issues I have. I really can not ask for much else from an ISP and will continue to be their customer. :)
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Maplewood Domino's pizza is bland, lacks the delicious garlic crust (that the other Domino's use in the area), and is extremely greasy. Even though they're clearly using the "new recipe", the pizza still tastes like "old Domino's". (Which I suppose some people will like... but not me.) The boneless chicken was actually soggy! I also ordered 2 extra sauces and never got them. Over all I was extremely disappointed in the food. On the good side, they were quick, the pizza was hot and cooked well, and the driver was friendly and prompt. Now if only they got their pizza right I might order from them again. If you live near Sheppard AFB you will probably get awesome Domino's pizza. Which ever store serves that area must sprinkle fairy dust on their pizza to make it taste that good. I recommend trying for those stores and avoiding the one on Maplewood. (Unless you like old-school Domino's.)
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago