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Roberto Taylor
Attended Mesa High School
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Everything is beautiful in black & white. #sony #a6000 #mirrorlesscamera
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Finally making the switch. Ditching Canon and switching to Sony. This is the future of photography. #sony #a6000 #mirrorless 
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Time for some fun in the sun!
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This is how you start a weekend...
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It feels like Christmas! #sony #a6000 #mirrorless
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Hmm... 450D is APS-C isn't it? So that implies that the Alpha has a a higher pixel density, and therefore possible increase of noise particularly in low light? I didn't know that the Alpha series had adapters for different lens mounts - does that extend to Canon Ef or Ef-S? If so, it would be awesome to see the same shot (ideally low light or high contrast; something challenging!) where it's only the camera and sensor changing between the two images...

The continuity of using my existing lenses is what's kept me with Canon for so long; I never even considered that there may be adapters available for other platforms which would help level the playing field (with regard to initial cost at the very least)
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This shoot just went down! #chasetruck #bushracing
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If you've never done anything like this, I highly recommend it. True Rest Float Spa in Tempe. Soon opening up in Gilbert. 1 hour in one of these, is like 8 hours of rest. 
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Life's a beach...
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Then you wash the sand off.
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These are some of the many reasons I love Mexico. 
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I ran a stop sign, but they let me off with a warning after we went back and proved them wrong. 
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Education
  • Mesa High School
    General Studies, 1991 - 1994
  • Collins College
    Computer Science - Network Technology, 2004 - 2006
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Mesa, AZ
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Durango, Mexico - El Paso, TX - Tepic, Nayarit
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I've been here several times, and have always had good experiences. Today however was different. I just got out of a 90-minute massage, which was cut short by almost 15 minutes. What upset me the most is that I believe my massage therapist was playing around with her phone for the majority of the massage. She was super distracted, and most of the time she was only using one hand at a time. I can't prove it since I was face down for the majority of the massage, but she was definitely not focused on her work. I still left a $10 tip, but I probably won't be going back there again. It's too bad that one rotten apple has spoiled the bunch.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
My girlfriend and I have both purchased TV's from here. Their prices can't be beat, and they have a pretty big selection. They also sell a lot of other stuff other than just TV's. Worth stopping by and taking a look first before making a buying decision.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Tony at Pro Audio is the person to go to for any audio/video/alarm needs. He's done a ton of work for my brother and I over the years, and we won't go to anyone else. If you're looking for any custom work on your car, he can do it all.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Great place! Was here for the weekend. Friendly staff, comfortable clean rooms, and free continental breakfast.
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reviewed 6 months ago
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Love the food, but tonight's service was horrible. I went with my girlfriend, and since neither of us were real hungry, we decided to just split one burger and fries. It took 40 minutes for our food to come out, and that was 10 minutes after I went and said something since we hadn't seen or waitress during that whole wait time. Hope the service improves next time.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I eat here regularly and love the food. The reason I'm leaving only 3 stars is because for the second time now, your online ordering system has been down, but there's no way to know that until the end when you're ready to check out. If the ordering system is down, there should be a message stating that at the beginning of the order process to not waste your customers time.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I went to the Gilbert location today. I had been there before a few years back, but they asked that I come in early to fill out paperwork so it won't cut into the massage time. My appointment was at 6pm and they suggested I arrive there at 5:45. I live close by so I showed up at 5:40. I filled out the paperwork within 5 minutes, so I went into the waiting room. At 6pm, my massage therapist comes out to get me. We step into the room at 6:02 per the clock on the wall, and she tells me to get on the bed while she goes to "fill out paperwork". What? Fine, I undress and get on the bed. A few minutes go by and she hasn't came in yet. It's now 6:09 and I'm wondering where she went. She finally comes in at 6:10 and apologizes saying that there was some confusion at the front desk. She starts the session and focuses on the areas I asked her to focus on, and did a wonderful job with the massage portion. After a while, she tells me that our time is up and steps out of the room so I can change. I sit up, look at the clock on the wall and to my amazement it's 5:55. Now, this may not sound like that big of a deal, but I was basically ripped off 25% of the time that I paid for. If I'm paying for a 60 minute massage, I expect to get a 60 minute massage. It's not my fault she started late because of some confusion, and she should have not ended the massage early. Needless to say, this will be the last time I visit and I will not recommend them to anyone. P.S. The only reason I'm not giving this a 1-star rating is because the masseuse was actually good at what she did. I'm sure it's the spa that pressures them to stay within a certain time constraint, so they can fit as many customers as they possibly can in a day.
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