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Warren Jones
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Attended Savannah College of Art and Design
Lives in Atlanta, GA
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Florida marshlands near Wakulla Beach on Gibbs Island, complete with oil sheen. We saw several U.S. Forest and Wildlife crews in the marshes this morning.  Hey BP, I think you missed a spot. 
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My how they lie..........smh
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Beautiful beach! Shame there's oil under the sand. Thanks BP! 
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+T Barnett it was pretty good, went with other couples and enjoyed the scenery 
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Ruins of the Wakulla Gulf Front Hotel. Destroyed in a 1921 tropical storm. 
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THIS GUY . . . right?!

Probably the best GIF ever made. #boop  
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My prayers have been answered! 
+Google Chrome if I were a k-9 and not in a committed relationship I'd so hump your leg today.
Securely access your computers from your Android device.• On each of your c...
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Wasted two hours coming up with a solution for cursor placement issue with multi-displays. I tested this on a OSX 10.9.2 system.  The primary display must be the left-most monitor in the "Arrangement" window under the OSX display preferences for Chrome Remote Desktop to place the cursor correctly.  Hope this info helps someone else as well.
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The word 'selfie' needs to die.
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Poor Thang, and she doesn't have a clue.........smh 
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It wasn't hard to find traces of the BP Deep Horizon oil spill on the beaches of Panama City. There's appears to be no effort to warn tourist of the toxicity of these tar balls.

Researchers at Auburn University have linked high levels of Vibrio, a extremely dangerous flesh eating bacteria to those black harden orbs washing ashore along the coastline. Yet for the citizens and tourist alike life goes on like there's no hazard on the beach. It'll take a high-profile individual to become sick before anyone pays attention. The beach might be pretty to look at but the truth is the northern Gulf Coast is hazardous to public health... but tourist dollars mean more to local officials than the welfare of temporary guest or its own citizens. 
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Knowledge is power. The more you know.
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Invasion of Normandy training site in Carrabelle, FL. Where Saving Private Ryan began. 
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The Hampton Springs Hotel was built in 1908 and was destroyed by fire in 1954. The hotel was world renowned for its sulphur springs and baths known for their healing and medicinal powers. The luxurious hotel boasted lush gardens with elaborate fountains and planters. The resort had a covered pool with foot baths fed by the springs, a golf course, tennis courts, stables, casino, grand ballroom, outdoor dance pavilion, and railroad depot. The nine-hole golf course was among the first in the region. The hotel had its own bottling plant and shipped the healing sulphur water nationwide. It also had its own power plant and the majority of the food served in the dining room was grown and raised at the hotel farm. The hotel had a private hunting and fishing lodge on Spring Creek six miles from the hotel site and an excursion boat with a covered launch. From the mid 1930s to mid 40s the hotel served as barracks for military personnel testing aircraft at Perry-Foley Airport in nearby Perry. Archaeological excavations here revealed the formation of the hotel and outbuildings.
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It doesn't get any more American than this.  All that's missing is the background showing Superman eating inside a McDonalds within a Walmart Supercenter.
 
Superman likes burgers.
A Superman le gustan las hamburguesas.
#superman
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Broadcast Designer
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Award winning video editor and motion graphics artist disciplined in an array of production areas including videography, compositing and design.
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  • Freelance Broadcast Designer
    Broadcast Designer / Editor, 2006 - present
  • ABC WWSB-TV
    Master Control Operator, 2004 - 2005
  • Master Imagery
    Art Director, 2005 - 2006
  • CW / UPN WSGA-TV
    Broadcast Designer / Master Control, 2001 - 2004
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Atlanta, GA
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Detroit, MI - Bradenton, FL - Fremont, CA - Savannah, GA
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  • Consecutive recipient of the annual Telly Award for Broadcast Design
  • International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Atlanta Flame Award for Video Editing
  • Media Communications Association International (MCAI) Award for Broadcast Design
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I have multi-cores and I know how to use them.
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  • Savannah College of Art and Design
    BFA, Broadcast Design, 2001 - 2004
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Every negative reviews found on TripAdvisor is true about this hotel. The ceiling tiles were drooping in our room, the floor in the bathroom was filthy and clearly haven't been mopped in months. The bathtub was stained with grim. The furniture was vandalized with ink pen graffitti and the Krem DeGraw was the nasel excrement we found on next to the bed on the wall.
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reviewed in the last week
Long lines for check out.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Great accommodations. Would stay here again.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Location use to be called the Jamestown Inn and Suites. You can find deals as low as $80 per night and for that price it's worth staying here. Free continental breakfast, free 1.5mbps WiFi data, 24/hour gym facility. Rooms are generally clean, the beds however were generally to squish and the pillows practically nonexistent. The room furniture has bleach stains.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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I'm glad to see Oscar's has reopen. It's a cozy place to enjoy a cocktail, chat, and watch the video wall. Drinks are priced reasonably and the only gripe one can have is the size of the establishment makes difficult to deal with smokers, and you will leave the bar with the stench of cigarette smoke in your clothes.
Appeal: GoodFacilities: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Elder woman working the Box Office was extremely rude to customers waiting in line. Our party walked out without purchasing tickets.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Location is now called the Baymont Inn and Suites. You can find deals as low as $80 per night and for that price it's worth staying here. Free continental breakfast, free 1.5mbps WiFi data, 24/hour gym facility. Rooms are generally clean, the beds however were generally to squish and the pillows practically nonexistent. The room furniture has bleach stains.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago