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Remrie Arrie (Duckshorts)
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The first time I played OOT, I had to beat the shadow temple without the eye of truth.... I could not for the life of me find it! So I YOlO'ed through the temple, about a thousand times. There's a challenge for anyone who wants one.
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I hate to sound sadistic, but you earned a like for burning your hand. XD
I learned that the hard way too, I just wasn't as forceful as you. :)
FYI the temperature of the water sanitizes it. I've known people who just threw them in dry and set the microwave on fire. But fire is good for sanitizing things too.
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Yamcha, Vegita killed you and took your bitch. STFU.
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The best stunt I ever did earned over 300 points. My favorite method was to tap one of those four squares and use a second one to launch myself into a perfect spiral. Preferably close to the ground so I could keep it going. I often would roll continuously from one side to another very slowly, yet rotating extremely fast.
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So many producers of games and animes, movies, etc need to learn a lot from DBZ and this announcer. .hack//G.U I'm looking at you.
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Got my Pro Controller from Game Stop, not exactly the most reputable/ethical company, but that is another topic. The controller itself is authentic in everyway, but does have the first sticker yours had, not the other. And the logo stamped into the plastic below does say "Nintendo" with a T. The FCC is an American federal organization which has a lot of funky rules for companies and individuals to follow. And that includes labeling laws specifying a device meets certain standards and such. So that is likely what you got there.

As far as my controller goes, the logo cannot be scratched off, it is glossy, buttons are firm, all the buttons and triggers work, the USB cable is Nintendo authentic 8ft long grey. It does say Made in China though.
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Worth a read for anyone who deals with cell phones and other technologies encroaching in their environment.
After I led my workshop at WCML this year, I got a few questions about my cell phone policy in class.  I have a fairly strict policy about the use of tech in FSL class.  I have to have such a policy: cell phones are not allow...
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That apple corer thing is a tool used to take dirt samples....
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You neglected how awesome the dune buggy and smart car are. Those two have been my favorite to customize. And if you want to make a statement with your paint job, get creative with your pearlesents
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I eat out my bride every night after work.
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Everything about video and song are great! Except the Beats.
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Only Asians can watch this video clearly.
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Work
Occupation
Being a quack
Skills
Quacking
Employment
  • Project Quack
    Duckface Engineer, 1916 - present
    Structural engineer and quality control of all duck faces.
  • QuackCorp
    Waddle Control Supervisor, 1895 - 1883
    Maintaining integral waddling performance across all geodesic structures.
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Chagrin Falls, OH
Previously
Los Angeles, CA
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I am myself, for bettor or worse. The later I strive to improve.
Introduction
There is the order the world desires, and order that you desire....
Which one should it take?
Bragging rights
I envoke my 5th amendment right to remain silent, and not incriminate myself in any way that would admit nor reflect success or failure.
Education
  • Sink or Swim
    Special education alternative school for ducklings who have swimming disabilities, waddling disabilities, and quacking disabilities.
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Female
Birthday
March 14
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I found him when I was local to Los Angeles, I still see him when I fly into L.A from Cleveland. To me, he is a great doctor, with a great practice, and I love his methods and products. The only real complaint is any conversation we have is always heavily one sided, and I'm not usually able to get a direct answer at times. But that hasn't been much of an issue. So the service hasn't been any more interpersonal than most daily conversations. But, since I'm paying him, and he does like to talk, and I think he is genuinely bored with the repetition of his gig, I let him go on and I listen. Because virtually everything he says is interesting and relevant to me anyways. He doesn't accept insurance providers unless that has changed. So, if you are going to get reimbursed, you will likely have to pay in full, and submit your bill to your insurance provider for any reimbursement. I'm hoping with Aetna, they let me do that, I've been paying out of pocket in full. Because I don't want to deal with more traditional endocrinologists who don't have product, methods, and services I don't like. He treats me like I am a responsible adult who makes responsible decisions with my body, every other endocrinologist acts like a babysitter hiding the remote control to the TV.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Cordial, professional. I needed a tow, and needed to have a wheel replaced by the spare tire, which required using a blowtorch to remove it from under the vehicle. Otherwise I would have changed the tire myself. I also broke the bead of the tire trying to hobble it to a gas station to fill it up. So there was no way around it. I needed a tow, and needed it fixed. The tow truck driver was fast and conversational, great sense of humor and showed respect. The guys at the shop were pretty straight forward, as was my maintenance issue. The tow cost $57 for mid sized pickup over a couple miles The tire repair was $80, likely because they had to use the blowtorch to get the sucker out from under the vehicle. I suggested that they could probably just remount the existing tire on the rim which would only cost a few dollars, but they didn't. They said the tire was shot. They threw the old tire in the back of my pickup so I did get to inspect it myself, and yes, it was shot. I would suggest to managers if they say something is shot, that they offer to let the customer inspect the part to see for themselves. Had they not discarded the tire in the back of the pickup (which I will recycle/re-purpose), it would cause me to question their honesty. And mechanic fraud is a tough bad image to shake. All in all, if I had to call a shop and I had a few to choose from in the same area, and this were one of them. I would call them again; depending on the circumstance. I think most customers will find they will have reasonably good service. Don't stroll in expecting fine dining services to go with your new catalytic converter.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Full service, no need to get out of your car, I have had a few oil changes their, prices are fair, staff is friendly and great, albeit a bit dopey at times. They fill the tires for free and the first time I rolled in with my tire stem cap air pressure gage, the guy who did it told me they don't work since they say "36" and the tires weren't. But the number doesn't change, the cap has a red-green indicator that changes he didn't notice. Also, when they were checking fluid levels and making refills and testing my battery, I asked them if they could test the power output of my alternator and I just got a blank looks followed by a bunch of different answers essentially saying "no". Before leaving one guy said the alternator was tested, but he didn't give me any info on what the result was... I can't complain though, I'll keep going until it's gone.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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The staff and food are great, prices are rather high for the quality of details and building, but overall fair. The real value is in their unique flavors and inventions, and your ability to customize your order as appose to a plain "vanilla" ice cream or "cheeseburger" you might get elsewhere. Granted, due to popularity, plain vanilla menu items exist, but if you are going to spend $3-$6 on a bagel, go crazy. Give the Nova Lox a shot, try a southwest egg white turkey sausage on a green chili bagel, impress the kids eating plain bagels with your asparagus mushroom Swiss monstrosity on a spinach Florentine bagel with extra mushrooms and Swiss. Warning: avoid the 9am, 12:30pm and 3pm rush if you are in a hurry, it can be chaotic. And call ahead of time and they can make sure your bagels are in stock, save them for you, and prepare your order for pickup. This can help you save a headache and gas. And expect a minimum 45 minutes for proper baking orders, excluding time to shuffle through present crowd and cooling. In absent of any rush, bake time can be shortened appropriately. Note: I am stingy with 5 star ratings and something has to be all around great to warrant 4. As for this 3 star review, expect to be satisfied, but not perfectly. P.s, free wifi
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago