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Ryan Ballow
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This is the RmcTech + page - We'll mainly be posting mobile technology and general tech news/posts/awesome stuff. 
905 Harrison St, Suite 106 Allentown, PA, 18103
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Huh? Can't hear you! So much noise!! ;) Hope everyone's alright.
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Do something cool this weekend? What?
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Dude, I really would love to do that. We'll make the plans. I love animals!
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So, tech and SM bloggers, any new cool posts? Link me up?
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My right foot is still a bit injured from experimenting with barefoot running over the past few months, so I've been taking these long ass hikes through Easton, rather than running everyday. I heart them. Who's exercising in their lives? And what do you do?
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Nice Tom! He's told me about those rides. Very cool.
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Nope! +Salvador Vilardo Uploading video from lap web cam doesn't work here! Same sync crap problem! Facebook all the way for those videos.
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Dude, right? What the heck! Facebook's got it!
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Crazy storm in Lehigh Valley tonight. Anyone drive in this crap? Couldn't see S***!
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Gonna go for a couple mile jog, slow and smooth. Drinking water now to prepare for the RIDICULOUS HEAT. But then again, it's 130 in Iraq sometimes. Anyone else exercising today? What are you gonna do?
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WOOT!
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Long day, fighting technology. Yay. BUT.. I'm still psyched.
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Ever had the urge to do something, NOW? That happens to me 8 times a day. This is one of those things.
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  • iMobileRescue Inc
    CEO/Founder, 7 - present
    I founded the company in 2011, and since then, and still, my responsibilities include: Business development, new opportunity recognition, search engine optimization, operations management and marketing.
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Die hard entrepreneur, enjoying building companies. Productivity hardware products company in the making. CEO and Founder of iMobileRescue Inc currently. 
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Survived 15 months intense combat operations in Iraq in 2007.
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There are a couple specific layers to my experience and rating of this establishment that I'll explain in great detail below: 1. 30% of the time that I've eaten there (which was roughly 40 meals - I live locally, and this is a convenient stop for dinner or a drink), I've had to send dishes back to the kitchen to be reheated, or fixed in some way. On numerous occasions, there have been extremely overt issues with my food (EX: Croutons on a salad being extremely soggy, Pasta dishes being hard to the bite (cheese on top old, not heated, not prepared right), and other similarly disturbing situations). 2. While there are some great people there, like Carol, one of the heads of staff, and Rick, who does hosts of things within the company, there are a few people within the restaurant that both have an extreme inability to do their job effectively, and are downright nasty to customers. 2A. One of their staff, a younger woman with tattoos all over her face, and very large gauge earrings, basically has had no idea what she was doing on numerous occasions when I was there to eat or drink. Everything from not knowing where certain elements of drinks ordered were (like where the lime's were for a Corona), to not asking me, or listening to me when I told her, the size of particular dishes (EX: Large salad, Medium Salad, etc). Essentially, 80% of the interaction with this woman is her awkwardly apologizing for these situations. Great - you're sorry. But please fix it. This happens continuously, and it's incredibly uncomfortable. It's almost as if they stick her at the bar when they're short staffed, and she's really supposed to be back in the kitchen. I believe she's actually a cook for the restaurant. Not a server/bartender/waitress. 2B. One of the owners, who's name is CHRISTINA, has literally ruined my experience at the cafe. For reasons I will not disclose, but have to do with my friendship with her husband, she SCOWLS at me every time I'm in the restaurant. The camel's back broke with the last straw when she delivered a meal to me, from the kitchen, and literally plopped the plate and silverware in front of me, and extremely condescendingly (and astonishingly nastily) said "is there anything else I can do for you?" When I addressed her very overt disregard for my experience, and extremely rude and nasty interaction with me, she responded with something to the effect of: "You don't want to mess with me today. I'm extremely feisty." Feisty? To your paying customers? To customers that have paid you thousands of dollars over the course of the last few months, coming in frequently, doing NOTHING but telling everyone I know about your restaurant to get more people coming there? This person, Christina, who is either full or part owner of the company (I believe her husband partially owns the cafe w/ her), is one of THEE NASTIEST people I have encountered in all of my days. And I am NOT one to complain, write reviews, or otherwise publicly out any company, in anyway. You have to have done something pretty extreme for me to write a review. And this is the case here. If you go to this restaurant, I hope and wish that you do not have to interact with this woman. She will likely ruin your experience, and you will have spent your hard earned dollars on subpar food, and extremely below average service. I'm nothing less than appalled. Approach with extreme caution. Or, frankly, head to one of the numerous restaurants within a .5 mile radius where the staff respect you as a human being, and don't try to demoralize/berate you in significant ways.
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