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ha! I'm looking old and fat, but trying to fight it :)
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I'm already IN my later years! :) I'm 52
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Fitness over 50
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I have studied several martial arts including Hapkido, BJJ and a bit of Muay Thai to stay in shape as I am over 50. I explore lots of different exercises now that I am older to see how I can maintain quality of life.
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Black belt in Hapkido and an MBA
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Hapkido-hangul.png. Hapkido5.jpg Hapkido tournament in Korea. Also known as, Hap Ki Do, Hapki-Do. Focus, Eclectic and Hybrid. Country of ori

Rosati's on 95th is my goto pizza place and has been for years. My favorite thin crust pizza, heavy on the cheese and topings, nice thin traditional crust. None of the heavy breading stuff. Great service whether it's delivery or I pickup. Friendly staff. great all around experience every time.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
It is located in a quaint small building. The service was good, our server was very friendly and was always checking to see if everything was to our liking. Unfortunately, all the food was just so-so. All the food was very, very bland. We both ordered steaks and they were fine, but WAY overpriced. My ribeye was small and a mangy little steak, NOTHING like what you get at a real steakhouse. Not tough, but small and not that tasty. The filet was tender but completely bland. the creme brulee was mediocre. WE really wanted to like this restaurant, but could not. Go to a real steakhouse if you want real steak. Sorry Little Rhein, you have way too much competition in San Antonio to charge prices like this!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great Lao restaurant, a rare find. But it's not Thai food people. Funny how one reviewer called it the best Thai food they had ever had, haha. Well, good Lao food is like Thai food on steroids! Mok-blah (which in Thai is Haw-Mok) is way better than the Thai version. And I have to say that the dumpy little Williamson Street location is way better in terms of friendliness than the snooty upscale location on Atwood street. There instead of the friendly Asian staff you have some less than intelligent, yet arrogant white college kids who think they are really cool because they work in a Lao restaurant. Don't try to order in Lao or Thai at Atwood St. you will just get blank stares from the white kids. I just went straight back to the kitchen to explain what I was looking for. At Williamson St. they speak both Lao and Thai and that helps when ordering if you actually know what Thai and Lao food are.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
as elite marriott member given nice room on concierge level, phone didn't work, air conditioning broken, kind of in a crappy neighborhood, concierge food was late arriving in the morning, should be better than courtyard or fairfield, seems like hotel is struggling, definitely NOT worth the price,
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Great Lao restaurant. If you like really authentic Thai food (well, you have to know what authentic Thai food is first, I suppose) then you will LOVE Lao food, it's even better! Having lived in Southeast Asia for six years Lao Laan Xang is awesome. the Atwood st location has the same great food, but the wait staff tend to be young snobby white kids who think they are cool because they work in an Asian restaurant. I had to just go back to the kitchen and talk to the cook myself, the wait staff were a bit dense. The Williamson st location is small and old, but much friendlier. But AWESOME food, and get the spicy dishes spicy.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
WTF? my doctor recommended them for a special mixed prescription, I show up, some grumpy old guy is shouting at an employee, really negative atmosphere. Some younger person took my prescription, I had to wait until the next day, really? I show up the next day, their closed. Saturday 9-2? Really? Closed on Sundays? Really? a pharmacy?? More trouble that it was worth to use this pharmacy and strange grouchy people working there.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Not a friendly place. I joined the Downers Grove park district Aikido class back in the 90s. I was thrust into an advanced class with no basics taught at all but a gentleman name Gussman. I tried for several weeks, but was never taught any basic Aikido, just expected to learn what the advanced students were learning and 'have fun'. I stopped and got my money back. The next experience was with Gussman's wife. We showed up to the Aurora facility and immediately she approached my wife and handed her a 'domestic violence' pamphlet, WTF??? Wow, thanks for assuming that I am beating my wife missy! And this is when I just walked in the door to talk about my kids taking classes. These people are kind of psycho. Plenty of normal martial arts schools in the Fox Valley area, steer clear, they have problems and are having trouble staying in business.
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Public - 3 years ago
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