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Tony Sumrall
Worked at IBM, PSI, Amdahl, Netmind, Pumatech, Intellisync, KnowledgeWare
Attended Miami University
Lives in Silly-con Valley, CA
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Saw these guys in the Llewyn Davis concert.Not that they need to be compared to anyone but the do remind me of Simon and Garfunkel. And some of their harmonies remind me of the Everlys.
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Caught a piece of the the concert movie this morning. Looks like T- Bone has another winner. And, man, the music is sweet!
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Again, seasonal but still good
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Amazing treatment of a blues standard
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Seasonal but good
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Well, now, look at that - I got my custom G+ URL.
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Arrrrr, matey! Scalawags and hooligans beware, pirates rule the world today!

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They just keep knocking it out of the park
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Uinta Punk'n, Bruery Autumn Maple for a start
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  • IBM, PSI, Amdahl, Netmind, Pumatech, Intellisync, KnowledgeWare
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San Jose, CA - Chicago, IL - Minneapolis, MN - Cincinnati OH - Oxford, OH - Hillsboro, OH - Beaver, OK
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I've been in tech longer than I care to admit. Linux user/hacker from the early slackware days and a Un*x weenie before that, so AT&T SYS3 and SYSV, FreeBSD, NetBSD with netnews and uucp. Yeah, I was in on the early discussions about perl and patch and did some porting work on X11R3.

Avid Android user since launch day for the G1 when WinMo and Symbian weren't doing it for me anymore and I'd long outgrown the Blackberry. I currently use an HTC One running Android Revolution HD, a Nexus 7 2013 rooted, stock and, yes, I still use a Motorola XOOM running TeamEOS 4.
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I survived the dotcom bubble
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  • Miami University
    Systems Analysis, 1971 - 1975
  • Hillsboro High
    1968 - 1971
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Very nice little family-run place with basic Thai cuisine in an old Taco Bell building. Food is consistently good to the point that I generally come here once a week.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I've been coming here for lunch for years. So much so that they generally don't even offer menus to me and the guys I lunch with. I generally have an a la carte Fiesta burrito (vegetarian) with Grandma's sauce and that's plenty as they serve a coffee cup of broth/soup and, of course, chips. The place is a little rundown and, because of the mostly bare walls and high ceiling, fairly noisy but it's a good place to meet up with friends for lunch and talk (the noise provides an element of privacy). Is it an amazing Mexican restaurant? I don't think so. But they have good mole, good grandma's sauce, good salsa and on a cold, rainy day a huge bowl of their tortilla soup really hits the spot and that's a big part of the reason we keep going back.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The food here is generally pretty good -- not spectacular but I've found it to be consistent and quite decent. Service is spotty and I never know whether it'll be great, good or impossible. I really like their Mango Sticky Rice dessert and am generally quite satisfied with any dish I try, from the curries to the soups to the rice dishes.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I've been coming here for several months, now. Initially I was ecstatic to find a place that served something different from all the other Indian restaurants. It's generally quite spicy although, if you like hot food, not overpoweringly so. The past few times I've visited (generally once a week), though, it seems like the quality may be slipping a bit -- the dishes are a bit overly oily, the flavors are off and the buffet isn't quite ready even at nearly noon. Yes, it's a buffet although I believe on Monday it's a "business man's lunch" meaning they have a limited prix fixe menu. I'm still rating is a 2 on food in hopes that I've just hit the place a few times when they weren't at the top of their game. If you're looking for something different, definitely give this a try.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago