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Why Samsung named it the Note7
(Rights: Samuel L. Livingston/Flickr) When looking at tech and tech trends as well as news, it helps to think outside the box. Sometimes things make sense, sometimes not. Thus, I propose a new idea that might explain why we...
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Galaxy Note 5 closeup shot
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Uhh Oh... I'm starting a fight... he he he... Come join the discussion.  No hitting below the belt, please.  I love all of you, both Android and Apple lovers. :-)  We're all techies.... 

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+Kareem T Impressive synopsis. Let me know if you'd ever want to guest write an article on my blog. You were right on point!
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Samsung's Galaxy S7 is flying off the shelves, but industry analysts are already looking to the company's next big thing.
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6GB RAM.... no comparison. No one else comes close!!
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Samsung Galaxy Note 7? Here's why.
(Rights: Samuel L. Livingston/Flickr) When looking at tech and tech trends as well as news, it helps to think outside the box.  Sometimes things make sense, sometimes not.  Thus, I propose a new idea that might explain why we will never see a Samsung Galaxy...
(Rights: Samuel L. Livingston/Flickr) When looking at tech and tech trends as well as news, it helps to think outside the box. Sometimes things make sense, sometimes not. Thus, I propose a new idea that might explain why we...
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Beacause BACON, that's why!!!! He he he
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Perfect for a beautiful North Texas Sunday!!
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Is Apple an Android Copy Cat?
(courtesy of marketing.shaunlee.sg) Am I the only one that believes that Apple's new 3D Touch technology is nothing but a recycled technological improvement?  See, back when Samsung launched the Galaxy S4, I remember that one of their features in that power...
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Because sometimes a plunger is not enough... ;-)
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The grass isn't always greener on the other side.-Unknown "Sometimes you just have to water your own grass." -Juan Alvarez
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Father of two beautiful children and one wife.  Wait, I'm not her father, let me explain.  Oh...never mind!  I love tech toys, writing, and helping people.  I am very active in my community and welcome tech questions.

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The manager, Kholis, had no problem declining my request to have two portions of one type of meat as part of a three-meat plate but had no problem in giving me dirty silverware. I have given this place several opportunities, primarily because I actually love their food, but their lack of good customer service has finally drawn me away add there are plenty of choices with excellent service in the North Fort Worth area. Stay clear of this area unless you like subpar service and being treated with desdain.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I came in on the fly and the gentleman did a great job. Ask for Terry. He'll treat you like a champ!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Jose, a server was very rude with me. His tone was that of someone who does not want to be there and was bothered that he had to serve guests. Totally gave me indigestion. Food was good and restaurant was clean. I will NEVER return, as a result of Jose's demeanor and Customer NO-Service.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great food. Not over-the-top, but adequate for a piano bar environment. The coffee was unimpressive. In fact it was cold. However, the tomato soup was perhaps one of the best I have ever had. The fried octopus entree was delightful. My server was very kind, unostentatious, and hospitable. She was very responsive to my requests. I will definitely return for some more tomato soup.
Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Coffee was good, employees were apathetic, with the exception of the one taking the order. My chocolate cheesecake was hard frozen and they gave me a cheap plastic spoon. The place was dirty with cobwebs as shown by the picture. Not happy, this visit. Given the good coffee, I'll give it another try.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I was actually quite surprised with the quality of food. They use Tyson chicken tenders and they're servings are Texas size
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
It was truly a charming little place. The bread is delicious and the hamburgers (more like buiscuit sandwiches). I would recommend it to anyone.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago