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Misty D. Hudson
Worked at Superior Dental Care
Lives in Dayton, OH
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Here's the other page. There is no date on the book, either.

It's published by Hurst & Co. New York
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I just imagined a world in which Murray was the Bishop and Bret and Jemain were his counselors. I want to live there. NOW.
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Man, I could listen to Ian S. Arden all day. We need to get us some more Kiwis talking at conference.
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I said the same thing... he was gorgeous!
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I'm really liking the new Pandora design.
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Dear fellow classmates,

Please use "Reply" and not "Reply to All" when responding to an email from the professor.

Thanks,


Misty
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Did you all see how FB is now trying to be like G+? They're allowing you to choose who you share stuff with, etc.

HAHAHAH.

The only reason I go to FB is to see what other people are up to. Also, some of my Tweets get imported there. I wish I could import my Tweets here, but I guess that's what Google Buzz is for, right?
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They want to be like G+ bcuz it's so COOL
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Okay, all you Internet Search Ninjas...

Find me some information on the price of this book. More pictures to follow.
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Did you see the new changes to Facebook? It feels like they are trying too hard to be more like G+ and Twitter.
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I agree, IT'S RIDICULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They probably want it to be more like G+ bcuz it's so AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Does anyone who is close to me have the following that I could borrow:

1.-30 inch metal T-Square
2.-Metal Triangle 10 inch (beveled edge)

I would need these things before 11:30 am tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, and I should be able to return them to you before the end of October.

Thanks!
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I want the world to know that after I got home, I put Squeaker to sleep and then DID MY HOMEWORK. I did not get on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook until a good portion of it was done. Man, I hope I continue this trend...
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Mummola of Mimi | Knitter/Crocheter | Aspiring Graphic Designer | Relapsed Internet Addict
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I have the cutest baby girl. EVER.
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Dayton, OH
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Salt Lake City, UT
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  • Little Alchemy
My mother bought a car from Wilmington Auto Center in May 2015. The problems with the car started as soon as she left the lot. The car wouldn't start after she stopped to put gas in it. She called WAC and they sent a mechanic. After 20 minutes, he got the car started. He told her to come back the next day, as it was just about 6 pm. When driving home, she heard the car making squealing noises, which she recognized as a belt going bad. She tried to open the hood to look at the belts and check the oil, but it wouldn't open. The next day, the mechanics said they didn't know why it wouldn't start, because the Check Engine light was blown. He didn't have a replacement bulb for the Check Engine light. He said he'd have to special order it, and would call when it was in. RE: the hood; it took 3 mechanics to get it open. They said it was a loose cable, and set up an appointment for 2 days later to get it fixed and to diagnose the squealing sound. In the meantime, my mother and my 4 year-old daughter had sliced their fingers open on the interior door handles. The chrome tape was peeling and sharp. This was after they said they had "fixed" this problem. At her scheduled appointment, they said nothing was wrong with the hood. Also, they check the belts and couldn't find a bad belt. On the way home, the Check Engine light came on. She stopped at a parts store. They said there was a vapor leak. She called WAC, as she was told when she bought the car she had an extended warranty. They said vapor leaks weren't covered. They would be happy to fix the problem, for a fee. She declined the service. On day 89 of her 90 Day Warranty, the battery light came on when the car was started. The steering wheel wouldn't turn. WAC doesn't have towing services, so she call a 3rd party to have the car towed. WAC said the serpentine belt had dry rotted and shredded. The belts on the alternator and air conditioner were also dry rotted. All 3 needed to be replaced. She called the General Manager and ask him to replace the belts for free. He told her belts aren't covered under the warranty. But when she insisted she had been in specifically to have the belts checked, he said he could split the cost 50/50 of replacing all three belts on the car. She got the belts replaced for $86. Today (8/13/15 [2 weeks later]), the Check Engine light came on. Again. The parts store said the fuel injectors aren't closing, and need replaced. Never purchase a car from Wilmington Auto Center unless you have an endless supply of money for repairs. She went to WAC because of favorable Internet reviews and family testimonials. Now she is without a car, again, and has to find almost $500 to get the fuel injectors replaced. Overall, her opinion is Wilmington Auto Center is a dishonest company.
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I have been here many times with my child. The park has been recently renovated, and has many nice features. There are five different areas of play for children of all ages. There are two ADA adaptive swings for children who might not be able to use backless swings. There is a ramp leading to each of these swings, should your child be in a wheel chair. The play areas are covered with wood chips, so make sure your child wears gym shoes to keep from getting their toes stubbed on them. The pond is full of ducks, geese, and swans. They are friendly, but caution is always advised when sharing space with wild animals. There are only restrooms available near the playground. There are many grills and shelters to have picnics.
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