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Very, very clever.
 
Awww Where can I buy one of these???

#starwars    #shutupandtakemymoney  
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I'm always amazed at how much hair I'll brush off my bunny when he's shedding. I'm shocked he's not bald at this point.
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The snow we just got is the unlubed pinky that's wearing a rough-cut Josten's class ring on it up the ass.

Enough already. Either give us our damn record or be gone!
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Made my morning with that one, thanks :)
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I think HTC might want to rethink their 0% remaining power message. If ya'll has no more power, how in thee hell are you telling me shit done run out?
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I wonder if the Brauhaus will be hosting any Passover festivities tonight.
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I enjoy the irony of wanting alerts from google voice and they never show up, but when I get them, they come hard and heavy running 3x what I wanted.
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Heartbleed: (singing) Youuuuu can suck my c awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww kuhuh.
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no, just a lot of changing of things. Some easy, some not so much.
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Time to go see a man about a muffin.
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Had a very nice man-date at Rockwell's. I have now drank more beer in two weeks than I did all last year (yeah me).
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Google really needs to allow us to move the default location of notifications. I get bombarded and then get a phone call in voice and I have to close email & text message notifications and/or hangouts to get to the notification box to answer a call.

Just stack them for crying out loud if you don't want to give us the option of repositioning them. It only works for one product, not 3 or 4 piling up in the right corner.

Or make a dynamic omnibox popup that has all of the notifications in there.

Something is better than what it is now.

C'mon +Google get with it.
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Nope. That's what I was talking about though is if they went with a new notification bar say at the top or bottom of chrome that would stack rather than pile over one another would make it so much better.
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Forged from Hell Fire and kittens, I'm angry, but look at those cute kittens.... and they're burning. GREAT! Who DID NOT hose down the kittens before putting them in Hell Fire? COMEON PEOPLE?!

As you can see, I take life very, very seriously.

Don't give a shit about politics, they all lie and don't do anything for us.

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I've been to the deep south and have survived and I wasn't even hogtied, who'd a thunk it? I frequently cuddle with Stephen Colbert, have the family Jewels between my leg, and dodge Coton balls on a semi-daily basis.
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The last few times I've eaten here, the food wasn't that fantastic. It seems to be hit or miss and for the price, that's a painful miss. The space is pretty tiny and it can get cramped. When the food is good though, it's good. I've eaten outside, in, and down in the party room. All those times have been pleasant and have varied through the seasons and times of day. The wait staff is usually very attentive so you're not left on your own for too long during your visit.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
If I had to go in here for something very quick, I would. Other than that, the selection is very limited and pretty pricey. I've been in the store 3 times and have only purchased 2 items, only because they're close and I needed the item.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I was reluctant to visit the store as I had a preconceived notion that they were going to be more expensive than Dominick's or Jewel. How time has proven me wrong. Once I visited them it was clear they were priced to sell and beat their competitors, and they're successful. While I've had a few issues here and there with the store or staff, the management has always been quick to respond and rectify the situation. I've had employees go above and beyond to find out if they had merchandise in stock. I've visited the store from when it first opens at 6am until when it closes at 10pm and I've never felt rushed or apprehensive about shopping. The one drawback is the fresh food counter is only open towards the middle of the day and doesn't keep a lot of food on hand towards the evening. I've also not found a menu so it's hit or miss as to what you'll find there on a daily basis. Their pizza is outstanding, but quite expensive too. Their store brand Roundy's usually is a good value and quality wise is excellent. Produce is usually very good as well. The store, for the most part, is kept clean and organized. At times in the morning it's a bit hectic as they are still setting up for the day. The bakery is always great to walk through and smell. The deli is the one drawback, as it's slow.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Like many others, we found Dr. Royal as a last resort of treatment. It's too bad that we didn't find her sooner as perhaps we could have spent more time with our beloved dog. As you'll read in review after review, the staff really do care. They take the time and really invest themselves in your pet's well being. I've never had a veterinarian call me on a Sunday night to discuss treatment options or tell me they don't care how busy they are, they will see me until meeting Dr. Royal. Everyone's approach there is the same, happy and what's in the best interest of your pet. They don't force feed you solutions that aren't attainable. Yes, while some of the treatments are a bit expensive, they are worth it. People still think acupuncture is quack medicine. I can attest that my dog had no bias one way or another on proving a point. He would limp in and walk out chipper as could be. Make sure to plan accordingly as the first visit does take some time. Everyone is interviewing each other during that first meeting. Have "stupid" questions? Ask them, they're not stupid. You won't be talked down to or treated as if you should be shamed for not knowing something. Since first going here years ago, they now offer full veterinary services. My dogs go very infrequently as they're healthy and happy. The whole staff is great to be around and make sure each visit is calm and beneficial. Starting out right versus having to treat them towards the end is a much better solution.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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I still go here from time to time for items when Mariano's is closed. They waited too long and kept their prices too high and were beaten in the market. The store typically is very empty most of the time. They do have a big produce section and newly installed fresh food selections. They always seem to never have enough registers open. I have been in there just to pick up a prescription and they'll only have 2 lanes open for maybe 30 people. They've always had this issue and it seems they didn't learn their lesson over the past few years. The employees, I've never had a problem with. Most of the people you'll see have been there for years. They remember faces too which is nice.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Having had Meatheads before they were in the city, I was uber excited to see they were coming to Chicago, and only a couple blocks from my house. They're super quick on ticket times and the food is always delicious. They'll take special requests and always are friendly to deal with, on the phone or in person. The food is always hot and fresh and I've never had a problem with anything that has been ordered. That's a tough thing to say about a restaurant nowadays.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
George has done all of my work and he creates a very calm and fun atmosphere. He won't sugar coat answers to suit your needs, but it's this straightforward attitude that is needed at times to tell a customer yes or no. Very clean and safe, himself and apprentice were very friendly. There's always people hanging around and having a good time which is nice.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago