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Here Comes the Sun Coffeehouse

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Vectrex Mr. Boston cart closing price of US $2,876.00 (+shipping). Impressive given it's a "cart only" sale.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mr-Boston-Clean-Sweep-Vectrex-R10-EXTREMELY-rare-video-game-Vintage-Holy-grail-/282040404579

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US $2,876.00 Good in Video Games & Consoles, Video Games
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5 Girl-Powered Presentations to Watch at Maker Faire Bay Area http://makezine.com/2016/05/20/5-girl-powered-presentations-watch-maker-faire-bay-area/

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From inspiration to action, Maker Faires create an environment that fosters inventiveness. This year young girls will be showing off their inventor spirit.
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Pacifica Coastside Museum
Little Brown Church
Pacifica Historical Society
1850 Francisco Blvd, Pacifica, CA 94044,
(650) 359-5462
http://pacificahistory.org/
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The Southland I remember of my youth. (AKA: Tulsa Promenade)
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Rainbow Le Tech Maker Faire 2016 Presentation
Maker Faire 2016 Presentation
Zone 2
Make Live Stage
https://youtu.be/qLkNFpsDoIM
https://makerfaire.com/maker/entry/56833/

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Team Site: http://www.rainbowletech.com

Expo Hall, San Mateo County Event Center v
http://sanmateoexpo.org/events

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Congratulations to the Rainbow Le Tech all girls robotics team on being chosen to present at the Bay Area Maker Faire 2016.
Rainbow Le Tech will be presenting on Sunday May 22, 2016 From 2:15 pm - 2:30 pm inside Expo Hall, on main "Make Live". Expo Hall is in Zone 2 of the Bay Area Maker Faire
Schedule. http://makerfaire.com/maker/entry/56833/
Map (link shortened): https://goo.gl/OBrXU7

http://www.pacificatribune.com/news/ocean-shore-students-hope-to-involve-more-girls-in-stem/article_51c6cce8-1df5-11e6-8c34-d710ca32dd1e.html

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Why are there so few girls in Robotics and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)?
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Various images, and Photo Sphere Spherical views from various dates.
Pacifica Coastside Museum
Little Brown Church
Pacifica Historical Society
1850 Francisco Blvd, Pacifica, CA 94044,
(650) 359-5462
http://pacificahistory.org/
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Pythagorean Theorem Cartridge
Limited Edition #8 of 10 
Copyright 2002 By Rob Mitchell 
For the Vectrex video game system.

All versions of Rob Mitchell's Pythagorean Theorem are compatible with the VecVoice speech synthesizer module module, as well as the AtariVox+ speech synthesizer module in "VecVoice" mode.

This cartridge was available at the CinciClassic02. CinciClassic is a classic gaming convention located in Cincinnati, Ohio. (http://cinciclassic.org)

According to feedback from the author on 2016-05-02 the ROM binary for Pythagorean Theorem is Public Domain (PD). There is a free (non-LE) version available for download. See the download link on the Vectrex Game Database (VGDB) page for Pythagorean Theorem here:
(http://www.vectrexmuseum.com/mirror/vgdb/pages/VGDB093.php)

Webmasters, feel free to use these images on your site as long as you include photo and source credits.  Credit photos as " Chris "Vectrexer" Romero ". 
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Average Starbucks coffee. Great table setup. Suck ass WiFi! In Mountain View no less! 0.23 Mbps up + 3.78 Mbps down w/ only 4 people using the network!
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Okay for a dollar store, about middlingfor a Dollar Tree.
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One the best local stops in the area. Always has gas prices that are either the lowest, or at least competitive with anything else for five miles. Nice selection of snack and lotto.
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Quite possibly one of the best value full service places you can stay on the west coast of Costa Rica. I loved my visit here.
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Quality is always problematic at this Arby's.
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reviewed 3 months ago
Summed up as: Gritty local place with plain-average quality food. Was out all day on the coast with nothing but a coffee, water, and vitamins for go energy, I was ravenous for anything that would be was thrown in front of me. Likely with a stellar review afterward. Driving back home I spied El Gran Amigo Taqueria one again. I've consider it before and now was the time on this wonderful Friday night around 9 PM. I pulled into the front of the place and was met with mud and pooled water. If you are going here after some rain pull into the back. The front will stay muddy for days on the moderate to cool California coast. A quick walk to the back confirmed the read is paved. The front is still wild west style comfortable for coastal riding. The rule here seems to be Sunday shoes, park in back, Sneakers and boots, park in front. When I walked I immediately noticed horses were not the only things comfortable here. Just about anyone would be. It's typical shack-style decor with a nod to surfing in the area. That includes the lack of table cleaning. Every table was dirty when I walked in. That includes the the three tables people per sitting ate. Lots of left over crumbs to feed the squirrels along with the humans. Some nice latin music playing also set the mood. Since it was my first time here I opted for a standby of Super Burrito with Carne Asada meat and extra toasting of the tortilla. If you have never had a toasted tortilla for the burrito you are missing out. In any case the El Gran Amigo Taqueria Super Burrito is: Flour Tortilla, meat (choice), rice, beans, sour cream guacamole, cheese. Overall the burrito was,,, average. Plenty of meat. But fairly tasteless meat as far as carne asada style goes. It was tender to the bite and good quality. No problem with the amounts of the other ingredients. Plenty of cheese and rice and guacamole. The salsa was more potent that other place around here. Ask me a couple of years ago and I would have passed on t he salsa. But now I find the spiciness of the salsa served here to fit nicely with the burrito.The tortilla toasting was perfect! The staff also provided limes wedges when I went back and asked them for some. About the lime wedges and other things normally seen in the front of a Taqueria there is nothing but the pickled items. The rest is behind the counter. Good because of the greater likelihood they would be kept clean and fresh. The chips and salsa provided was below average. More specifically, the chips. On the food front I rate the overall value provided by El Gran Amigo Taqueria to be just slightly below average. You can find the same quality for less money elsewhere. And you can find greater quality for the same price elsewhere as well. But for the people of Moss Beach I would say it's probably acceptable since it's a local place. And truth be told, I have had worse food at high priced places on the coast. In case you are wondering the price for the Super Burrito is $10.50 before tax. Remember what I said about the music setting the mood. At least it did for the people working here because no one every came to clean up anything during my visit. Not for the table people were sitting at. Not for any of the empty tables either. At this point I count the extra layer of "stuff" on the table as sticky-shellacy kind of protection from the elements. The deteriorating and nearly unreadable menu on the wall echoes the condition of the tables, and really, the rest of the place. The experience is same as you will find at most Taqueria shacks similar to El Gran Amigo Taqueria. You live with it because the table grit and the rest because (not in spite of) it is part of the "gritty" nature of the visit experience to a coastal taco shack, In the end my ravenous hunger did not result in raving review. But so far El Gran Amigo Taqueria somewhat solid place for plain food fit to give your body energy. I'll probably be back at least one more time to check out a plate experience before putting a more final judgment out a about El Gran Amigo Taqueria in Moss Beach.
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