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He was the "terrorist" whose execution bolstered a flagging British war effort. But why would a ship captain ever ram a submarine?
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Beautiful night for a baseball game
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A Lego Land Rover kit I'd like to see developed, click through to support the project 
LAND ROVER This Lego model of the instantly recognisable Land rover series III has all the features of the original. With impressive features such as opening doors, bonnet and...
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The much needed anti wild goose chase. Cheers +AJ Kohn
The RankBrain Survival Guide

This is a guide to surviving RankBrain. I created it, in part, because there’s an amazing amount of misinformation about RankBrain. And the truth is there is nothing you can do to optimize for RankBrain.

My latest post addresses the shiny-new thing syndrome overtaking the SEO industry.

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Bespoke kit for the Bentayga SUV contains everything the aristocratic angler could require.
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Starting the weekend Googly Bavarian style
Thanks +Wieland Holfelder​
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+Wieland Holfelder It was awesome, a great way to wrap up the day with perfect weather. Still have one more chilled for when you're in town next.
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Gorgeous fireworks display tonight after the Mets Cubs game
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Art is beautiful. As i study more and capture more images, the more fun photographic art becomes.
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When I trip over the bed post, I curse the bed of course 
In the future, there’s no getting away from computers ratting you out for your human mistakes.
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Photographer, UCLA Bruin, Father, Historian, Enlightened
Husband, father of two boys, college sports fan (UCLA), amateur historian and photographer, search marketer, not necessarily in that order. 

I was an early convert to digital my first camera being the 2 MP Olympus C2000 with whopping 4 & 8 MB SmartMedia memory cards. The batteries would last no more than an hour or so and less with the LCD in use...oh those were the days! Mostly a Canon convert now so I can easily share lenses with my father and most of my friends. First Canon body was the 20D but now use 1D IV, new 5D III and the much smaller Fuji X100 as it can be with me at all times.

Sentimental favorite lens, the old Canon 28-70mm f/2.8 which I'll hold onto until they have something comparable with IS. Love primes but the only one I own at present is the 28mm 1.8.

I don't review often, but when I do it's usually really good or really bad. My review philosophy is set against expectations so I may provide 5 stars for both a dive burger joint as well as a fine dining establishment if both exceed expectations. Seems silly to me to give 3 stars for an amazing experience just because the place doesn't have cloth napkins.

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Busy, casual, lively spot with good food. Could be noisy, not an intimate or romantic vibe. Better for meeting friends than a business dinner or date night. Liverpool FC was busy enjoying themselves in the upstairs private party room on the night we were there. Recommended.
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Skiing wasn't like this when I was a kid. These folks really take care of all your needs, whether it be ski instruction (I recommend John Aadland), ski and boot concierge, food, an ideal location and it's super kid friendly. A brief gondola ride will take you into Northstar Village where there is ice skating, more food options, shopping and a movie theater. The in-season prices aren't for the faint of heart but you get what you pay for.
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reviewed 5 months ago
At last count, we've now taken 5 different cars to Reitmeir's so qualified finally to write a review. I don't love having to go there but do have complete trust in their abilities and honesty. Just about everyone we know who owns German take their cars there and they have a very loyal local following.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
They have so much inventory that I rarely need to look elsewhere, consistently helpful service over more than a dozen visits. Once came in with an issue with a malfunctioning toilet that I couldn't diagnose. Snapped a picture with my phone of the inner tank and from that alone they were able to determine that someone previously had installed an incorrect part. Was out the door with the correct item within minutes with issue resolved.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Wonderful place to visit as a family. Lots of kid friendly activities and dining in a semi rural setting. Nice and comfortable but not too fancy. Within a 2 two hour drive from much of the greater Bay Area and they have Tesla changing stations. I wish their DVD selection for the kids was better but next time I'd just bring my own so not a big deal.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Want a play structure that you want to play in yourself? Barbara has you covered. Her custom play structures are amazing and sturdy enough to last a joke. They are every bit as nice in person as they are on the website and the purchasing process through installation is a breeze. They have everything from customizable template designs to full custom castles that are only limited by your imagination.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I started with the crab cakes as an appetizer with the Washimi-Hawaiian Kobe style flat iron steak as the entree. Both were great with the entree stealing the show, amazing flavor rivaling anything I've eaten in a restaurant and very near my favorite "Fred Steak" from Schaub's in Palo Alto. I don't often eat dessert but this too was very good. Honestly we underestimated the place due to the proximity to the pool area which gives it a casual atmosphere but the food was anything but.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago