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Brilliant news for the Leafs.

#StillGotAChance
 
The Scotiabank Game Recap: #Leafs Down Flames To Snap Losing Streak: http://is.gd/PGXFza All of the game highlights in the Scotiabank Game In Six: http://is.gd/2ZQ9ey #TMLtalk
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It sure is mate.
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+Stena Line when your very strict instructions to be early to check in - because check in opens at 8 - are followed would it not be an idea to open your check in at 8?

Sincerely.

Waiting to check in. From 8.
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Tee hee...imagine that!!!
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Happy birthday, +Jeri Ryan! Many more to come :-)
Happy Birthday Jeri Ryan
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Got to be honest this sort of shit doesn't sit well with me. Not going to resort to anything offensive in her direction but if anyone from +Tesco or +Tesco LeedsRoundhay sees this, please could you insist the post is removed from whatever site it was put on, and that the appropriate punishment is given to the employee sullying your company name. Sick doesn't quite cover it.
 
I hope +Tesco see this! Evil woman.
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What a Bitch. As a cancer survive who had to have chemo and lost my hair, I would love to kick her ass. I'm normally a pretty nice person but this really tics me off. I good,a huge dose of karma comes her way. 
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I thank you, +Robert Lozano
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Just wanted to share about the service on +Icelandair FI441. Staff are fantastic, seats were amazing (don't even feel like I have flown!) and the captain and flightdeck crew made a wonderful landing considering the turbulent air, rain and everything else. Thank you!

Waiting now to board for FI603 to Toronto. 
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Thinking of you ..take care :)
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Slow broadband 'damaging education' http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-26465209


Really?? And when we were kids what did we do for broadband!?

Stop making excuses. Learn from books, or give out course lessons on USB, with all the data needed.
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Spoon feeding, that's what they expect! No initiatiive at all. 
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Anyone? Please? I wish I could myself but as I give blood I know my group and it's not this. :-/
 
I suddenly need a kidney.
Honestly, I don't know any other way to word it. My kidney condition has worsened considerably over the past few months and I'm now looking at needing a transplant within 3 to 6 months. I want to be around for my wife Rachel and daughter for a long time, so this is necessary. Plus, I like life, it's fun! Death is lame, don't make me do it. (Jokes are my coping mechanism)

We will enter my name on the transplant list, but that tends to take a year or more to find a donor. Instead, there are two better options: I find a kind, healthy person willing to donate directly or indirectly through the kidney exchange network (it depends on your blood group). My blood type is A positive and my birthday is 06/12/1970 (you need this for the donor form).
If you are that person, please contact me!

Also, here is a link to more information:
https://www.tuftsmedicalcenter.org/patient-care-services/Departments-and-Services/Transplant-Surgery/Information-for-Kidney-Donors.aspx
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I'm not either. Have re-shared and let's hope G+ can make this a good news story we can be proud of 
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Ladies and gentlemen, we have a contender here for asshole of the year. Step forward FD13 0PV and collect your award.
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Dear hotel type peoples. Please can you fix it for me to have a full height shower in my room? I'm 34 years old. I shouldn't be kneeling down just to ensure more than my lower back gets wet. Kthxbai
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Piss off y'all shorties
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Oh. My. Gawd. Firstly, Margo (Peanut) was an amazing guide. From start to finish, she was funny, helpful, cheery and quick to take photos for our memories. Secondly, the experience itself was breathtaking. Our group walked out to the most perfect weather conditions (we could see the casinos at Niagara over the lake!) and there was no wind. Lovely and warm too! The instructions given throughout were perfect. Considering I was 1168ft (plus my height, 6ft 6) off the ground, at no time did I feel unsafe, doubt the equipment or Margo's attention to detail. The experience itself, including the "activities" was so rewarding. I can't wait to go back. At $175 it's not cheap but it is very very worthwhile. Additional cost of $25 for a USB stick with all the photos on it isn't too bad either. Thanks to everyone at EdgeWalk for a life changing experience.
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From booking the table to leaving the tower I've had no complaints with this restaurant at all. Scott, our waiter, was so friendly and helpful, even advising us where to go to walk our dinner off before ascending to the nacelle level! The water on the table was kept topped up, and the after dinner coffee seemed like a bottomless cup. Food was outstanding and we were never sitting waiting for anything. I'd love to go back again, the meal and drinks topped off a perfect day. Weird to think that not long before, I'd been walking around the roof above the restaurant! A great place to visit. Well worth the money paid.
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Stayed here on a Wednesday night just before the proper season began (16/04/2014) and oh my word I was not at all disappointed. Had an 18th floor king suite with jacuzzi and fireplace. Costs were very reasonable and even though $30 for parking, there was a full valet service so I kind of get it. Views were nothing short of spectacular and the amenities weren't bad at all. Usual style of minibar and water offerings at twice the price if not more, however there was a vending machine at the elevators for ice, and bottled soft drinks at normal prices. No biggie. Would 100% stay here again, apart from the guy at information ribbing me for my Leafs shirt ;-) Nothing was too much trouble for the staff, helped with anything needed. The breakfast in the morning was really really nice, and topped off with a window view of the falls too, that was the icing on the cake. I hope the Marriott read these reviews. Credit where credit is due.
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Really nice room, very comfy bed, food was fantastic and the service was excellent. Will be back here again - next week in fact - and very much looking forward to it.
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The world's most amazing breakfast, second to none. Unlimited refills for coffee, service was amazing (Lauren B, thank you very very much), food was perfectly cooked and the maple syrup pancakes were out of this world. I will be back here again, and soon!
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Have been here most of the week, and like most other Best Westerns it is a comfy, warm, relaxing place to be. Food served is of good quality, staff are very friendly, ample parking is available however it is round the back of the hotel (with an access entrance, so no traipsing around the building with your suitcases!) and not too well signposted. The website does list its postcode though, which made it really easy to find. Rooms seem quiet enough and the bed is average. Will definitely be back here when next working in Lincoln. **EDIT** Forgot to mention, there was a person in the bar area complaining about the wifi coverage being poor, both in the bar and in his room. However, this was not the experience I had. I managed full coverage in both my room and any part of the bar or restaurant.
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Drove out here over the weekend just gone, after seeing the Inn had been done up since I was last there. Ended up having a full Sunday Roast with my partner. It has become a really nice place to be, wonderful views (even with the heavy rain and wind!) and the food was outstanding. The chef was a really happy chap, nothing was too much trouble and he had a wicked sense of humour too. Will definitely be back here again, cannot recommend it enough.
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