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Great information, thanks. One idea for what to do with the oil - if you have dogs - is to spit it out into a cup, and then put it on their food. I mix coconut oil with curcumin powder in some boiling water and pour that over their foods anyway, so I'll just re-use mine that way.
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The used oil is full of toxins that it pulls from your mouth and body. NOT a good thing to give to your dogs just for the sake of economy.
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Sorry if I'm not impressed with nearly 130 mph on the back straight; the 2002 MINI Cooper S easily hit 130+ heading into turn eight with a stock drivetrain and running street tires in the OTC. (We did remove the passenger and rear seats as well as the sunroof to save weight) 
Funny that there's no mention of lap times; how fast you can go on a straight is meaningless. Without lap times for comparison you might as well judge a car by how high its speedometer is numbered, like a clueless 12 year old.
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Hysterically funny lyrics, probably more so because I hadn't heard the original. But you have a beautiful voice, too good to waste on nothing but comedic interpretations like this
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Just moved here, and my 8 year old mixed breed had an ear infection and needed his nails trimmed. I noticed that Great Lakes was not only near-by but had excellent reviews do I called for an appointment. I was fortunate enough to get a spot later the same day, and was very impressed with Dr. Patel and everyone else I met. The examined the ear swabs while I waited and blended custom eardrops for the fungal and bacterial infections in his ears, and another for the mild Fungal infection on his neck and paws. A nail trombone, and some advice from Dr. Patel about nutrition and aging (the dog's, not mine) and I was done in about an hour. You can't go wrong here based on my experience.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
While it's a big adjustment from my (not so little, compared to this) house in the country, it's very conveniently located. There are two CVS stores, two Bank of America branches, two car washes, a highly rated veterinary practice, and numerous restaurants no more than 5 minutes away. In less than ten minutes I can be at Meijrs, Kroger, Petsmart, Target, or Lowes. Out importantly, my best friend 'little bit' lives only about 12 minutes away!
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
My friend who lives in the area suggested the Old Stone for dinner when I was visiting, and we both had a great time. Our waitress was unobtrusive but attentive, and our table by the fireplace was the perfect spot to spend time on a winter evening. Drinks were well made and generously sized, and the scallops were heavenly. I'm looking forward to visiting my friend again <almost> as much for dinner out at Old Stone as to see her again.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Much nicer than the average sports bar, with food selection and quality to match 'regular' restaurants. I didn't sample any but they have a good selection of beers, and on my two visits for dinner the staff was friendly and helpful. Unlike most sports bars the sound level is low so you can have a nice meal while visiting with a friend. Calamari, salad, and entrees were all very good and reasonably priced. I don't usually enjoy sports bars, but the Red Ox Tavern is more of a restaurant to me, and I'm sure I'll eat there again when I'm in the area.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I've been eating here for over 30 years and have never been dissapointed. When my parents were alive I was known to drive 100 Mike's from my home in Richmond just to have dinner with them at Das Wallace. Authentic good and quiet, competent service in a family friendly atmosphere.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Lived next to an ordinary Kroger grocery store in the Richmond area, and really missed the selection. The Kroger Marketplace takes things to a whole new level, and the people who work here are very friendly and helpful. Haven't tried the gasoline, but everything else is top notch.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Exceptional service, very nice accommodations, and a convenient location make this one of my favorite hotels anywhere. I rolled in at 3 am on a snowy January night and was instantly pleased with my decision. The entire staff were friendly and helpful, and very solicitous. The King suite was ideal for a quick two day stay, with a nice sectional and writing table and a large TV which was also viewable from the bed. The bed was firm and I slept well, a rarity in my experience. The location is not only easy to access from the Parkway, it's located within easy walking distance of a variety of restaurants and numerous shopping venues are also nearby if needed. The rates are twice what I'd pay at a Super 8 (where I typically stay on cross country trips) but are a great value when you want more than a quiet comfortable place to sleep before hitting the road again. I'm looking forward to my next trip to Detroit, not something I've always been able to say in the past.
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