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With the mft 2x crop factor, the 25mm t0.95 is a 35mm equivalent of a 50mm t1.9 with the equivalent bokeh. I use it for stills and I've been really happy with it.
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FINALLY,  someone made a Godzilla reboot for a zillion dollars! I was afraid a studio would spend that money to produce a dozen or more original stories.
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+jrcoopr that makes sense.  i dig it.  in my mind it was a reference to horton
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damn it, google!  i do not want an email every time someone i subscribe to posts a video.  they just get deleted, washed away in the torrent of crap that is not related to what people use email for.  on the other hand, i am losing track of subscriptions, and binge watching to catch up.  why can't you give me a google+ notification instead?  it would be way  less annoying, a lot quicker for me to actually get to the content, AND make me spend more time on google+.  wins all around!  come on, google!
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i like this dude.  he has weird quirks but he was interesting to listen to.
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Peoples on the trainses.

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herbivorous spiders of ohio, by marcia

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pill bug peekaboo by marcia

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marcia also got a picture of the energon cube.

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another rainbow of rust by marcia

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rusty trombone by marcia

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Either Marcia took this with Miles' camera or Miles was temporarily much much taller.

crawling with creeps. it's a popular destination for lonely weirdos to initiate impromptu encounters of a sexual nature. i gave it three stars instead of one, however, because it can be entertaining to go there, whip out a camera, and watch guys scramble.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I was shocked to see a one star review for this place. I have a hard time believing what I read in that review was actually true. It's so far from my experience at this restaurant. Sure, the hostess has looked down her nose at me once or twice. What do I care? She's a hostess at a restaurant. I'll start caring what she thinks of me when I'm a waiter. I've also had snobby looks from other customers, too. Honestly, you can't blame the Meadowlark because sometimes middle aged rich people like to come there and treat the waiters like crap... and they do. My experience with the waitstaff has been good. I'm a non-hippie, non-hipster, completely uncool breeder complete with deoderant and I don't recall ever feel like they were judging me. I think waiters usually care more about whether their customers respect the work they do than if they agree with their politics. I also disagree with the idea that they're selling an idea. They aren't in your face about the organic, local, and humane "jazz." I wasn't really aware that was what was going on in kitchen, at first. It never mattered. The staff is friendly enough, the music playing is never terrible, there's frequently new art on the walls. The menu is varied, changes regularly, the food is interesting (sometimes original) and flavorful. Still, if you are swayed by some of the sillier stuff in other reviews you should at least go to the Meadowlark so you can have a good meal while you entertain yourself by hating hippies for hating you.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It's one of the better locations for a local coffee chain that maintains a higher standard of quality than national chains. All the other reviews for this location are astroturfing ("they don't burn the beans like that other place".... that other place? why not just say "starbucks?" oh yeah... astroturf) so I figured it was fair to say that this place is good, but it's not mindblowingly excellent and you won't weep with joy when pondering your choice to go there. I suppose, it's also fair to say that you won't be sad you went, either.
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Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The food is good. The service is good. The value at lunch time is amazing but even the dinner menu won't damage your pocketbook. There is no reason why this shouldn't be your favorite chinese restaurant in Dayton. It's our favorite restaurant, chinese or otherwise.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Don't trust google maps. The address was once right but the city is all wrong. Now the address is wrong too, since they've moved to an old building on Franklin just west of 48 in Centerville (probably 45459) which puts it miles away from the downtown Dayton address Google Maps is offering. The parking lot is accessed by an entrance to the west of the store next door and parking is behind the restaurant. The guy behind the counter will have tattoos and doesn't want to make nice with you. Don't be scared. He just wants to get paid for making pizza. And get paid he should. So good. Honestly, I have tears.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Poor to fairService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I don't want to pretend like the service is great or the restaurant is pretty to look at. There are brush bristles stuck in the paint from when they repainted. Jimmy's pretty surly at times and the waitresses sometimes don't have time to do much but take your order and chuck your finished food at you. Who cares, though? I think because it's in a suburban setting uptight white people expect to be sucked up to. I don't think Jimmy is overly concerned with ingratiating himself to anyone. He just wants to make good food as quickly as possible. Jimmy's staff doesn't need to treat you like a princess because the food is freakin' bananas! It's not cheap but neither is it out of line with what you're getting. If you have $10 bucks for lunch, are within 20 miles, and you don't get a sausage or meatball roll from Jimmy's you have wasted your money.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago