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This is awesome!!! Regional Recycling is giving away FOUR Norco Mountain Bikes. Each one is worth $1200! You should enter to win too :) http://contest.io/fb/wuembcfv
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So brilliant!  Following, need your help so much as I have 5 children and really feeling the pinch right now.
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Jakub Rozalski The story is the same every time: some nation, due to a confluence of lucky circumstances, becomes powerful—much more powerful than the rest—and, for a time, is dominant. But the lucky circumstances, which ofte...
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BASIC  

Alan Green Span did not invent BASIC, he invented a program in basic.
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+D. Mitchell BASIC is also not the first computer language, BASIC was originally a simplified language for beginners (the acronym stands for Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code), professional programmers used either assemblers (machine code) or a language like C. Most serious programming nowadays is done in C++ or C#. which are derived from C. Visual BASIC is still used though.
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What you can do: Petition the school boards for changes, create your own private schools that teach what you want, home educate your children, start a home education collective so that many people can teach each other's children, create a bill and have it pass in your state to make important things mandatory like first aid, start a political movement to have the people vote on making important subjects (like first aid) mandatory, educate people yourself over youtube like Khan Academy's founder did, the list is endless.
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It was the night of the Super Bowl when Mossey said he was driving through Sellersburg and the car in front of him crashed into the parking lot of a John Deer Store. He said the two occupants quickly got out, at which point he heard the male passenger yelling and cursing at the female driver.
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This #MothersDay we're celebrating the wonderful women in our lives who love us unconditionally.

See 30 pictures of moms around the world doing what they do best ... loving us!

http://blog.compassion.com/thanks-mom/
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This movies was created to show that not all girls are born bad and that even bad people have good hearts for somethings.
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Have you realised that spring is just around the corner? As we uncover another layer of our warm and cosy outfits we start noticing that something else, apart from the season, has changed, too. Th...
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It has been about 50 days now since a military-style SWAT team arrived at the home of the Stanley family in Arkansas, and removed all seven home-schooled
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We always have our children's birthday parties here. It is wonderful every single time, whether the birthday child is 6 or 16. We prefer the private parties because the kids get the floor to themselves.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
A small town library with big town resources. The new librarian is wonderful. She helps the children get books. She helps me keep track of them all. She has put into place excellent summer reading programs. The new kids reading room is a dream come true for a home schooling mom. Even the "children's" computer is perfect for my little 4 year old to get acquainted with computers. This isn't some stuffy old library, this library is alive and full of potential for every child.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
As soon as we arrive in the door a staff member asks how many and seats us. Then they place a basket of tortilla chips and mildish salsa on the table to snack on while we decide what to eat. The wait staff will ask what we would like to drink while we munch and get our drinks with in a couple minutes. After that we order. I usually order the chicken taco salad or the fajita taco salad. I like these the best. My children order off of the nina and nino's menu for under 5 bucks per kid. I like to take my kids here because it is healthier than Mc Donalds and sometimes a little cheaper. After our food arrives we eat of course. We are not rushed in our eating like some establishments. The waiter is always attentive and refills our drinks quickly. At the end we ask for the bill and pay at the counter. It is easy to eat for less than 7 dollars a person if you order lunch, or have the salads like I do. When I go out with just my daughter, including a 20 percent tip it is usually less than 25 dollars. A nice inexpensive place to eat healthier fare in Batesville. I suggest everyone try out their taco salads, especially the chicken. Another really wonderful dish is the fajitas for two. My husband and I shared this for our Anniversary one year and really loved it. If we could get out away from the children more often this would be our spot.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
We went to Lazy L Safari Park August 4th, 2012 with 5 children. We are a homeschool group and expected to have a good time looking at animals. We arrived early and was welcomed into the park. We purchased parakeet feed and went around the grounds. The children had a wonderful time. They enjoyed learning about all the different animals and pet many of them. One of the little donkeys followed the eldest child around and brayed whenever she walked away from him. She couldn't get over how adorable this little donkey was. Most of the animals are very accustomed to people and children. They are very friendly and curious about people. All of the cages were clean, well maintained, and safe. The parrots will say "hello" if you say "hello" to them. The parakeet jungle is a ton of fun. If you have feed sticks the little birds will land right on you. Most of the children liked this, though some were afraid of the tiny little things. I didn't expect them to be afraid so keep that in mind. The petting zoo is filled with cute little goats that you can feed with bags of feed supplied at the gift shop. The feed is only a dollar a bag. The kids love feeding the animals. My children fed some of the deer and the donkey too of course. Overall, they don't make parks like this anymore. If you have the chance to go and pass it up, it really is a crying shame. It's only 5 dollars to get in per person. You can not find many other venues that have such a diverse selection of animals, that costs 5 dollars per person.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Excellent service. The food is absolutely delicious. They make the best coconut chicken, excellent green beans, great stuffed mushrooms, lovely chicken and pine apple, great cat fish. They have more unusual and delicious items, as well as hot and sour soup, ice cream, cookies, fresh fruit, and a variety of noodles.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The waitstaff is excellent and very professional. As soon as you are taken to your table, you are given a bucket of peanuts to munch on while you decide what to drink. Shortly after you order your drinks, they arrive. Then the waiter takes your order. Immediately after taking your order the waiter brings a basket of buttered rolls and removes the bucket of peanuts. Of course, these rolls are served with more butter and honey which is absolutely delicious. When your order arrives it will be bigger than you expect. I accidentally ordered 1lb of pork chops, so read the small print. I was lucky in that my husband ordered a small meal and was more than happy to trade meals with me. If you want anything steak, you will pay 20 dollars per head for a steak meal roughly. After you have finished the waiter will bring the bill to the table in a discreet folder. The waiter will also bring back any change in the same discreet folder. The reason the food is not "excellent" is that I have had fatty cuts of meat in the past and personally hate fatty cuts. It happens rare enough that I will continue to go and it is so little meat that is fatty, I don't even bother the waiters with it. I have been to Coltons in Batesville a total of 5 times including times that others have taken me there to dine. Of the times I paid, which was 2, my bill was never under 40 dollars for 2 people the one time and 4 people the second. It is a great place to go for a special occasion.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I have a family of 8 and we tend to make appointments in multiples of 3 or more at a time. This is one of the few places that didn't flinch when I asked for 3 appointments right up front. They are fast, efficient, child friendly, understanding, and professional. I didn't have to wait 2 to 4 weeks to get in to see the doctor either, unlike most other optometrists. The doctor even took the time to explain why my daughter was getting head aches from reading! You don't get this kind of care anymore at big box store eye shops, or even traditional eye doctors. I sincerely would take anyone in my family here in a heart beat!
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago