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I saw this today and had to share. To those calling me names.. I didn't write it! I just got a good laugh out of this.

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Squeeze lightly on the trigger and the resulting explosion of firepower is humbling and deafening (even with ear protection).

The recoil bruised my shoulder, which can happen if you don't know what you're doing. The brass shell casings disoriented me as they flew past my face. The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary form of PTSD. For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable. 
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It feels like a bazooka — and sounds like a cannon.
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+Eddie Johnson bwahahahah! Pussyballs!
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He's getting big too fast. 
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Oh that is just wrong😠
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Presidential Smartphones

I felt compelled to research this for some reason. It came out kind of perfect. The smartphones of the US presidential candidates: 

Hillary Clinton has a BlackBerry. - t.co/oCjtaobJV4

Bernie Sanders rocks a 2014 Moto X with a bamboo back. youtu.be/sSYmkM-hUAE

Donald Trump hates Apple and uses a Samsung phone. bit.ly/1VizFeO

Ted Cruz has an iPhone 6. bloom.bg/1PW3L0T 

John Kasich kicks it old school with some kind of flip phone. politi.co/1SOEXh6
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Ok everyone, Flo needs some arena help. Seriously, she's had some tough losses and it's time we helped her out. App suggestions for Flo in the comments!  We're here for you +Florence Ion​! 
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Oof...I only have two apps that are indispensable that have not been mentioned previously: RealCalc and DeviantArt. Calculator apps are very personal preferences, so the new DeviantArt app would be the most "commercial" option I could offer.
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The American College of Pediatricians urges educators and legislators to reject all policies that condition children to accept as normal a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex. Facts – not ideology – determine reality.
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I must have had to use tar too many times. I only need to Google if I'm doing some fairly intricate tar commands, like making incremental tar files or something. Outside of that I don't remember when I had to man or Google something about tar
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Goodbye, Republican Party. I mean that in more ways than one. I'm leaving. You're dying. I could stick around while you gasp your last pitiful breaths, but what would be the point? I'm certainly more pro-life than you ever were, but when it comes to political parties that...
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A respectfully written, contrary point of view on gender identification. 
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does it enter this info into your google fit data ? :)
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so so true....
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This store is not safe for children. I used to come in here quite a bit, but after today I'll never be back. My wife took the kids in here to buy some supplies, and as they were shopping my daughter saw a dog and went to go say hi. The dog turned and bit her. I called and talked to Kimber (the owner?) and was told that she "snuck up on the dog" and that it was "her fault". She then proceeded to tell me that because my kid wasn't bleeding she was fine. I love dogs, and my kids are very used to them. My dogs don't bite my children. Kimber's dogs do and apparently that's OK. I'll never be back.
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Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
Stopped by to meet a client on my way through. Parking lot was clean. The staff seemed friendly and this looked like the hotel to stay at when in St. Regis.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
This place has good service and you can get a reasonable deal on tires. The waiting room has free popcorn, coffee, and ice cream. Sometimes the wait can be a little long, but they're always busy so that probably explains why. All in all I like this store, and I will keep coming back. They've been good to me.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
The range out here is great. They have plenty of bays, up to 300 yards. The clay thrower is a wonderful amenity, along with the youth bay. There are bathrooms on site. Pricing is really reasonable and you're supporting a good cause.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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For the uninitiated, this restaurant's food would be in the same vein as Chipotle but way way better. My visit to Flavorful was pure joy. We we greeted right away by the friendly folks inside. My observations were as follows: - Everything was clean. The items on the steam tables were not dried out, appeared very fresh, and not spilled all over the place. - Most of the restaurants in this area have to cater to the bland taste preferences of the locals. While they have plenty of mild options, they also have wonderful sauces that really flavor the food up. I tried mine with the Huckleberry Ghost Pepper sauce. Wow. - If you need help deciding, the staff did a great job of making recommendations. - I went to look for a trash can, and was informed they would bus all the tables so they could recycle all the paper and plastic. Score points for being green. - Prices and portion sizes were right on. The menu ranged from $5-9 and everything was very generously sized. All in all, my experience was top notch. Go here. Eat. Love it. We'll be back!
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Let's be honest, usually Italian in a small town consists of overcooked pasta, french bread with parmesan, and runny sauce. I've lived in the area for several years now and avoided this place because I figured it would be the same story. In this case I was plain wrong. We stopped in on a weeknight for dinner (with 3 small kids in tow). The summary of my experience is as follows: The decor is very well done, the seating is comfortable and the place seemed clean and in good repair. Lots of plants added to the look, and it was done tastefully. Of note - all of the flatware and glasses were clean. The waitress was very nice and got us a table quickly. There was only one other party in the place, but we got there an hour before they closed. The menu wasn't overly eclectic, just Italian basics and a few specialties. This is a good thing. Kids choices were great, and kids meals come with dessert. The pricing was pretty reasonable for what we got, although this is probably more of a "date night" place than a "Mom doesn't feel like cooking night" kind of place. The food was well presented, portioned generously, and tasted great. The marina had some actual flavor to it unlike many bland Italian dishes I've tried at other places. The tiramisu was rich and creamy, though I prefer it with a little more coffee. That's just me though. All in all a very good experience. I will be back again, and I will tell my friends.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Such a beautiful place to come for walks, runs, or even just a picnic lunch. There's abundant wildlife and they even have monthly bird watching classes. Bring your family and have a wonderful day.
Public - 4 months ago
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