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Brian Tai
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Lived in Denver
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super easy to install web based proxy.
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even crazier is the part about michele bachmann and lion king
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pretty hilarious
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get "Start Google Plus" to integrate facebook and G+
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+Steven Trombetta it shows up even on Bing
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real life vs video games.
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Denver has made you Dumb.
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useful information. didn't know amazon webpay was fee free
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No dude. Not even. Stimulus plan was the donkey's idea. 
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Education
  • University of Virginia
    Electrical Engineering
  • University of Virginia
    Systems Engineering
  • University of Virginia
    Economics
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
typical westin service. my room temperature controls were not responsive though.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Doctor Tom should be on your short list of people to talk to if you're serious about quality orthotics. There's a very high level of patient engagement as he works with you from scheduling your initial appointment all the way to following up post visit. After scheduling your appointment, he'll tell you bring in several pairs of shoes. This is important as he wants to see the types of shoes you wear throughout the week, not just the ones you happen to have on your feet when you come in. I learned that several of my favorite pairs of casual shoes were not offering nearly enough lateral support and consequently stressing my foot unnecessarily. Before you even get to the orthotics, there's a consultation session where he works with you on areas of pain, discomfort, stress, etc. as well as doing a gait analysis. A point of difference I found was that instead of standing on a pressure sensor to gather the profile data, he brings the mold up to your foot while you sit down. The explanation is that if you're standing on a pad or sensor, your arch is already deforming while the measurements are being taken. You want the mold to match your resting arch. What I found to be interesting about his process though is the molding and shaping is all done onsite in real time. There's no sending away to far off factory to wait several weeks, you can be in and out within a few hours. Also nice, is that it's an iterative process. You'll try on your new orthotics, walk around in them for a few minutes, and talk about what you're feeling. Doctor Tom can make the adjustments for you right there either adding material, removing material, or whatever other voodoo goes on in the back. If you're interested in improving your daily quality of life, give Doctor Tom a call!
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reviewed a year ago
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So having been a customer for several years - I'm very disappointed in how poor customer service has become. I recently took my Subaru BRZ to get a quick wash before leaving for a wedding. After exiting the wash I noticed that there was a set of scratch lines in a regular pattern over the passenger side roof. Looking at the marks it's clear that these were caused by the rotational brushes. Dirt or debris was trapped by the rollers and just spun right into the paint. After filling out a damage report I was called a few days later and was told that their car wash has never caused damage ever and that many employees have their cars washed every single day. Good for them. I highly doubt that no damage has ever been caused. The fact that my car's paint is black just makes it very easy to spot damage. Check out the photos of the damage caused. I'm saddened to hear that Eco Express, and Phillip, their general manager, will not work with me at all on correcting their mistake. Stick to touchless washes if you want to be sure your car's paint doesn't get mangled by spinning brushes.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago