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Wayne Meyers
Attended New York Institute of Technology
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Please like my author's page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WayneMeyersAuthor
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Thanks, Dustin, but you need a fan page for me to "like" it back, and its a good idea to have one to promote yourself on Facebook rather than a personal page.
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Sibio's
1240 Quincy Avenue, Dunmore, PA 18510
The service is very nice and attentive. The food, however, is amazing - their sauce is delicious. They have the best rum cake I've had since I was a child living in Brooklyn. Prices are reasonable - try ordering a half portion if you aren't out to stuff yourself or want room for the appetizers and dessert.
Food ExcellentDecor ExcellentService Excellent
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This would look awesome in my living room.
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now why did I post this again?
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"Visitor" was originally written over 15 years ago as my second "serious' work. The first novel I wrote, "Peacekeeper's Passage", was very long and fr...
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Intro: For six months, I worked as an intern for a literary agency. I made the decision to leave, partly because our agreement did not reach fruition....
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Blog site meet and greet in progress, please visit my Author's page and comment :-)   http://WayneMeyers.com/
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Thanks for visiting me back ;-)
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The technology gives me goose bumps, but the concept behind it makes me extremely nervous! Could this be the solution to our energy crisis?
Serving the Technologist for more than a decade. IT news, reviews, and analysis.
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I'm afraid of heights and hate being in an airplane, but if I had the opportunity to see the Earth like the picture in the article, I think I would do it.
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I have been writing sci-fi/fantasy since I was around 10, sometimes with years going by where I didn't write a thing.

The time has come for me to focus seriously on my passion to write, to create, to translate from my mind's eye to yours.
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    1988
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Sadly, this is a dishonest vendor who lied to us and took our money under false pretense. We trusted them to create a wood burned ornament with our family names, a total of six names. We had a conversation about if they could make it fit, and were assured by the smooth talking cashier that it would be no problem whatsoever, because they could make the wood longer if need be. We made sure he had all our names, and our address, and in good faith paid for the ornament. The ornament came in a couple of weeks, but was missing one name. Now how can we possibly use a family ornament without all the names? We called the store, and were concerned about the attitude we were met with. Suddenly, six names seemed an obstacle, but instead of refunding our money, the surly person said they would redo the ornament. Several weeks passed, and we were ready to put up our tree, but still no ornament. We tried contacting the store again several times, but could not get anyone to respond. Now its almost Christmas, and we paid for a useless ornament we cannot use, and the store refuses to honor their original commitment to fit all our family names, or at the very least, apologize that it cannot be done and return our money. Avoid this vendor at all costs. Its bad enough to lie and mislead your customers, and refuse to rectify their errors, but this was important to our Christmas. A store that sells Christmas goods but does not care about the message of Christmas and all it stands for should not be allowed to remain in business. Please support us and do no patronize this store.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
The service is very nice and attentive. The food, however, is amazing - their sauce is delicious. They have the best rum cake I've had since I was a child living in Brooklyn. Prices are reasonable - try ordering a half portion if you aren't out to stuff yourself or want room for the appetizers and dessert.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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