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Becky Savastio
Worked at Weichert Realtors
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Lives in Collingdale, PA
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“Well-behaved women seldom make history.” –Laurel Thatcher Ulrich Recently, I’ve discovered that I am often called a “bitch” in my professional life. Finding this out has filled my heart with unbri...
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Many children of the 70s and 80s are feeling extreme disappointment today after seeing the phrase “Alex and Ani bracelets” trending on Yahoo News. When first seeing the phrase, many in their 40s na...
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  Plenty of natural dietary supplements have been making the papers lately, and one of the hottest of these ingredients is yacon syrup, which has been touted as a miracle cure for obesity. Yac...
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Fascinating interview with a transhumanist.
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New study. 
A new meta analysis study on 1.25 million kids shows no link between vaccines and autism. The study is the largest ever performed and the results were just released this week. This latest data adds...
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“Well-behaved women seldom make history.” –Laurel Thatcher Ulrich Recently, I’ve discovered that I am often called a “bitch” in my professional life. Finding this out has filled my heart with unbri...
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Nice attitude from gov. officials after two girls aged 14 and 16 are gang raped and left hanging dead from a mango tree. 
Last year, after a photo- journalist got gang raped in Mumbai and a woman was gang raped and murdered in New Delhi, there were many calls for justice and a change in existing laws to protect women from violence.
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Like many other American holidays, Memorial Day has a controversial past and the exact history of how it began is still disputed among scholars and historians alike. There are up to 25 towns claimi...
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Red Lobster has been sold and the future of the restaurant chain is uncertain at best. Last year, Guardian Liberty Voice published several stories about the possibility of Red Lobster closing its d...
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It's really a pity that there isn't an option for "worst place on the planet." I went in to get a gel manicure and came out with nails that look like they've been painted by a monkey. Actually, a monkey would have done a better job. First of all, they used the WRONG color and then refused to change it when I objected, saying that the shade would get darker as they added additional coats. Wrong. The shade did not get any darker and my nails look like Barbie's would if she got drunk and let Ken pick out a hideous shade of tangerine bubble gum. The technician finally admitted it was the wrong color, and then proceeded to try to cover it up with the correct color, resulting in the gel being too thick and falling off in certain sections. My nails also did not dry properly because there were too many coats of gel on them. Now they are all smudged and hideous. I told them I was unhappy and wanted a discount, and they tried to pull a stunt where they RAISED the price from what they originally said, and then "discounted" it $5. I called them out, and they started arguing with me! I finally got a $5 discount from the original price, which is not enough. I want a full refund. I complained to the mall and have not heard back from anyone, so I am now going to assume that the mall desires that I take this matter up with the Better Business Bureau, which is what I am planning on doing. Do yourself a favor and save your money. Don't let these seemingly untrained people steal it. There's a reason why they have multiple negative reviews!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The service is horribly rushed. They make you feel as though you need to be in and out in 20 minutes, and this is even when they're not busy and trying to turn tables. They bring out all of the courses at once and don't let you finish your appetizers before the main course comes out, resulting in the food getting cold. You can have your menu open and up to your face trying to read it and they will come back every few minutes asking if you're ready to order. Very unpleasant experience.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I am completey and totally amazed that Springfield Hyundai stays in business. Rude, nasty, unpleasant, salespeople. It seemed as if they actually turn business away on purpose! I don't understand it! Totally unwilling to negotiate at all on any prices. Unwiling to even tell the price of the car. Got very annoyed and started rolling eyes when asked the price of the car. They certainly did not want to sell cars there. Who would ever buy from this place???
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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Unfortunately, there is no option to leave zero stars. This hotel employs, by far, the rudest, most inhospitable staff I've ever encountered in over 40 years of staying at hotels. I, along with about 150 other people, attended a special event at the hotel. The hotel has been told by the event organizer that the restaurant could expect a large crowd after the event for dinner. It was 6:30pm on a Saturday evening, which is, I believe, a time when all other hotel restaurants are prepared to accommodate a large amount of people at one time. Dinner was to be independent and people were breaking into smaller groups at different times to be seated. Many of these folks were staying overnight at the hotel and had gone to their room to change and meet up with their families, etc. When I arrived at the restaurant I was told by the food and beverage manager that he couldn't serve our party (which contained five people) and said he was "thinking of shutting down" because he "wasn't prepared for so many people". However, when looking around the restaurant, there were plenty of empty tables and it was not all that crowded. The manager attempted to send us to another restaurant miles away. We finally managed to join a table of friends from the event who were already eating, but were then told that if we sat there, our dinners would take "a minimum of an hour and half to two hours" to bring out. Getting frustrated, I went to the person at the front desk, who informed me that "the hotel had not been told" that a large group of people would eating at the restaurant. He did inform me, however, that anyone who wanted to could sit at the bar and be served food in a timely fashion. I later found out that his story was a complete fabrication, and that the hotel had, indeed, been clearly informed that many people would be eating after the event. Besides, event if they hadn't been informed, isn't it incumbent upon the hotel to assume that when they host a large event on a weekend afternoon, that many of the people from the event may want to have dinner at the hotel restaurant? Isn't this concept like "hospitality 101"? However, this event has been held at the same hotel for several years, and the event organizer did inform them clearly about the fact that we would want to eat afterwards. I guess nowadays, everyone wants to place the blame on someone else. To top it all off, when I asked for the name and address of where to write a complaint letter, I received major attitude from the two girls at the front desk. One of them then yelled at some of the other event participants who were headed up to their rooms that "when you get up there, you'd better keep it down OR ELSE." I'm not sure what precipitated her outburst, since prior to heading up to the rooms, they had been sitting at the BAR on a SATURDAY NIGHT after being KICKED OUT of the restaurant. If the hotel wants zero noise, perhaps they should not have a bar open on a weekend evening. Better yet, since they are 100% ill-prepared to run a hotel, they shouldn't have a hotel at all. It was far and away the worst experience I've had at a hotel in my life.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago