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Paul R. Martinez
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Last haircut! Poor thing was traumatized (thought she was down for the count) but she's bounced back!  Herrrrrrres "Woojie!"
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Goodbye Woochoo! 
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Sink Or Swim; Part 1: My Dog Is Dying.
Dec. 2nd        Well...  I'm back... eight months later. Really?  Eight months?  Almost to the day. April 1st - Dec. 2nd. Longer since I completed "Marriage Autopsy" (I just reread it. Though an emotionally contrived bit of caustic-matter splattered, pulp -...
Dec. 2nd        Well...  I'm back... eight months later. Really?  Eight months?  Almost to the day. April 1st - Dec. 2nd. Longer since I completed "Marriage Autopsy" (I just reread it. Though an emotionally contrived bit of c...
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That's awesome -- he felt bad for hitting Spidey! Too cute. Big Spidey fan myself -- from his age. (1968) 
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I mean -- this is some truly b.a. music!  I can't believe only 1600 views. WTF? Really love 'em ! (And sheesh, can Suz be any cuter/more talented?! Don't think so!)  
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Sink Or Swim Part II - My Dog Is Still Dying
Sink Or Swim -- Part II Dec.11th Ahh --let me paint the scene. I am sitting here in "Woojie-world." A garden area alongside the Win-gate clubhouse which is is almost directly across the street from my house. It is teeming with lizards. (Until we arrive, at ...
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My Dog Is Dying.
       Well...  I'm back... eight months later. Really?  Eight months?  Almost to the day; since I made the move to Orlando.  April 1st - Dec. 2nd. Longer, since I completed "Marriage Autopsy" (I just reread it. Though certainly an emotionally contrived bit...
       Well...  I'm back... eight months later. Really?  Eight months?  Almost to the day; since I made the move to Orlando.  April 1st - Dec. 2nd. Longer, since I completed "Marriage Autopsy" (I just reread it. Though certai...
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Brooklyn. N.Y. - Fort Worth. TX. - Guayama, P.R. - Gulf Breeze, FL.
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Exist... thrive... subject all to your will and conquer! Always remembering : not all itches require scratching.
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      Born to a Puerto Rican father and Italian/Puerto Rican mom and raised in the Flatbush area of Brooklyn, N.Y., I developed an early (and retained) love for the strange and fantastic. Which included superheros and film. I fled N.Y. for my life (literally) and after a 2 mos. slow-mo trek cross-country. I crossed the TX. state-line and immediately received my first speeding ticket. I lived in Fort Worth, for 7 years, where I owned and operated a pizza franchise (my mid to late 20's) A wild and wondrous period that went a mighty-long-way towards  sublimating (though never quite squelching) my high-strung, big-city, (Yankee) rhythms and cadences.  After a two year detour to Puerto Rico's, SE, (in Guyama)  I returned to Brooklyn;(Again fleeing for my life.) Far from triumphant but managing through the grace of a Power far greater than I, (and a new found sense of self)  to redeem myself in the eyes of many that I had disappointed during my first pass through that gritty, concrete-carnival of commerce. I met a wonderful person I expected to spend the rest of my life with in 1999. I arrived in Gulf Breeze on Dec. 23rd 2002 (the day before Willow the Schnauzer was born in AL.) I adopted her on Feb. 7th and married on Valentine's Day 2003 Now 11 years later --  (cue trumpet fanfare:) The adventure continues! Willow the chubby (perpetually dying) Schnauzer and I, shall make our way even further south to begin life anew yet again; older, wiser, truly sober -- down, never out. Orlando, FL -- here I am. Oftentimes there is little alternative than to "go with the flow."  I cordially invite you to join me on this journey... please  follow my blog -- Mid-life Metanoia. 
        Let's see what happens...  
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Why is it that whenever a new restaurant opens people flock to it for a brief time? Well for Giuseppe's it's a good thing. They're going to need it because they won't have to worry long about repeat business. The little Mussolini making the Pizzas (without using gloves) -and cooking these in an aluminum easy-bake oven, does nothing to help the consistency of the way-too-chewy dough. (I say this as a former Pizza restauraunt, manager and owner.) The food is ridiculously over- priced too -- be ready to shell out $11.53 for the smallest Pizza on the menu w/ 2 toppings. And should Benito Jr. make a mistake on your order (A white Pizza is very different than a regular pizza.) His contempt for your time and preference for the disgrace of throwing good food in the garbage will take precedence over making up for his mistake ( at his expense) at some future time. There are many reasons I would not reccomend this restauraunt but I think the texture of the dough tops my list of dislikes.
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