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Joseph Wagner
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Attended Case Western Reserve University
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After all these years this will still come in handy.
 
Linux commands cheat sheet ..will keep adding
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Doesn't capture the moment of impact exactly but it does show the moments just before and afterwards.
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I would like to see more challenges like this and not just for NASA. Among the planned capabilities of building a satellite from off the shelf smartphone parts mission designers could more affordably accomplish the following kinds of future missions:

* Using distributed sensors to conduct Heliophysics missions. Expected to launch in 2013, NASA's upcoming Edison Demonstration of Small Satellite Networks mission-part of the Small Spacecraft Technology Program-will demonstrate the possibility of conducting heliophysics measurements using small spacecraft.

* Qualifying new technologies and components for space flight
* Conducting low-cost Earth observations
* Exploring the moon and beyond
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  • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
  • Wright State University School of Medicine
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Dayton
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Honiara - New Orleans - Cleveland - Pittsburgh
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I'm an epidemiologist working at Wright State University's medical school. I primarily work in the area of bone growth genetics.
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Former Peace Corps volunteer.
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  • Case Western Reserve University
  • Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medcine
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I strongly encourage anyone that frequents buffet style eateries (in Montgomery county at least) to check out the Health Dept.'s website on food establishment inspections.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This restaurant is a long-time Dayton tradition and they have been largely successful. If you have not been there or tried their pizza and were confused by it there's a good reason. Marion's (as well as Cassano's) serve St. Louis-style pizza and traditionally that style of pizza will have a yeast-less crust, a processed provolone cheese known as provel, and will be cut into squares. Marion's rendition of this style of pizza is dead on correct but it's not for everyone just like Chicago style isn't for everyone. In general I like Marion's enough to go a couple times of year with family visiting from out of town but not enough to go regularly. Their pizzas and sandwiches are good but the food is a little overpriced (the occasional half off coupon makes it well worth it though) since the ingredients are fairly basic right down to the use of Hormel meat products. As for service, I can only speak to the Kettering, Centerville Far Hills, and Oakwood locations. The service has always been very good but there's no home delivery and they do not use wait staff, there's only the person you give your food order and you pick up your own food order. So my grade should kind of have an asterisk. The decor? Yes, it's dated and the photos of "stars" were taken when performers from the Kenley Players (a one time popular dinner club theater) would gather after their last performance of the evening. The photos kind of harken back to a better time for the Dayton area, that's how old the decor is. For myself, I don't care about decor when it come's to a restaurant; first the food has to be good and then I worry about the service.
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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The food hasn't changed in many, many years in spite of the rise of Mexican restaurants owned and operated by persons of Mexican descent. Elsa's, Carmel's, and Pepito's is what passed as Mexican food in the Miami Valley for most of the latter half of the 20th century. You will not get authentic Mexican food here so don't expect it. In fact, it's exceptionally bland. It isn't truly Tex-Mex either for that matter. This is a place that's ideal for someone who's comfort zone rarely departs from meat and potatoes (or bar food) and for someone that wants to get hammered on their margaritas.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago