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Steve Anderson
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Lives in Waipio, HI
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Mandatory body cameras are a badly needed first step to transparency and accountability.
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I love a good infographic; the cost of living in Honolulu not so much.
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If one of the additional benefits is to reduce evaporation, can somebody tell me why they didn't use white balls instead of black #shadeballs  ?
Ninety-six million little balls in the Los Angeles Reservoir will help block sunlight and UV rays that promote algae growth, helping to keep drinking water safe.
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Good question, I have wondered the same thing. The answer seems to be that UV would break down white balls and release nasty and difficult to deal with compounds into the water, whereas the black balls should hold up better and the carbon pigment is safer. This article explains it. Pretty interesting idea.

http://space.io9.com/why-are-drought-balls-black-instead-of-white-1724040253
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I don't think I would have slept through that one!
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Tianjin. Wow.
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Google News cracks me up sometimes.  Maybe not the advertisement that Longs Drugs was hoping for.
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Timing and placement is everything!
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This is a pretty cool progression from the filter straws developed a while back.
The 'drinkable' book has been trialled with promising results in South Africa, Ghana and Bangladesh
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My condolences to the people of China for all those killed and injured. #Tianjin  
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The future is now.
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Come to china, promote a local product, but don't upset social order with foreign pectorals.
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Information Solutions Consultant
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  • Rockwell Automation
    Information Solutions Consultant, present
  • Monsanto
  • Solutia
  • Wyle Labs
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Waipio, HI
Previously
Garden Grove, CA - Anaheim, CA - Huntsville, AL
Sometimes really nice. Sometimes overwhelmed by flies and/or mosquitoes.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Cute decor. Tasty food, though I'd prefer a bit spicier. Attractive plating. Heart-achingly beautiful waitress. What more could you ask for?
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Best wastewater this side of Waikiki!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Food is good. Service is usually friendly. Place feels old and dilapidated though.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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Mediocre food at higher than mediocre prices.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Little Mom & Pop Thai place. Very quick service. Only slightly limited menu. Prepared my meal with special instructions correctly. Good quality meat with fat properly trimmed off. Just don't try to charge your phone. ;^)
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
3.5 stars - Interesting vietnamese style thai food. They have full vietnamese food as well. The thai squid salad I had was an interesting variation. The squid was notably fresher than the thawed frozen squid at most thai restaurants. I had a "thai" chicken dish that was really well flavored. It was not thai style, but it was tasty. The chicken was a bit low quality (higher fat content than I prefer), but in line with the relatively low price of the dish. Be prepared for a very vietnamese serving experience. You can get any kind of soda you like, as long as all you like is 7-up. The waitress knew "thank you", but after being handed the menu, saying "I need a minute" prompted her to fetch the manager. An equally awkward manager fetch was the result when I asked "can you break a 20" while trying to get change to leave a tip. All in all, not bad for small mostly to-go but still some sit down dining. Just don't go expecting either authentic thai food or fine dining and you'll be okay.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago