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Justin Niessner
Works at Spruce Media, Inc.
Attended Penn State University
Lives in Alburtis, PA
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Action Plumbing & Heating
1015 Balata Street, Easton, PA 18042
I've used Action Plumbing several times now.

In each case, I have been 100% satisfied. The fees are known up front. The work is paid for by the job, not by the hour. The work is always top notch and any questions I have regarding what was done are answered (and, when possible, I was shown exactly what was done and how to handle it myself next time if needed).

After having used other services in the are and paying dearly for work that took longer than expected, I would definitely recommend Action Plumbing.
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I suddenly feel like a member of the cast of the movie #Contact.

Love the fact that it is lost episodes of Doctor Who though!
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Ever catch yourself wondering why #SOPA might be a really, really bad idea? Check this out.
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Now here's a scary thought. As if we needed another big chain retail store. Am I the only person that still enjoys buying local (and getting to know the people I'm buying from)?
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Anybody out there have a #SleepNumber bed? Got a decent quote last night (current one is killing my back) but want to hear opinion.

I'd use opinion sites, but unfortunately the only people that post there are bitching about their discontent. Would love a more realistic sample.
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Honestly, I think some people just shouldn't fly. For some strange reason, I could see some of my high school classmates doing the same.
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Man cannot live by bread alone. You also need hummus.
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Interested in the Backbone JavaScript framework?

Check out the tutorials that @neutralthoughts(Twitter) is building out. Looks promising.
... using Modules (require.js) » Thomas Davis. Advanced. Coming Soon. External Tutorials. Backbone.js Tutorial – by noob for noobs; Organizing Your Backbone.js Application with Modules; Backbon...
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This headline is exactly why certain bands shouldn't be allowed to comment on political issues.
The band frontman explains the meaning behind his song, calling the White House the "house of shame."
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Actually you said "this why certain bands shouldn't be allowed to comment on political issues." Obama is an Illuminati Puppet.
Do some research: Who is Zbigniew Brzezinski and what is his (their) plan for humanity?
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I just broke out in tears. 12 Extremely Disappointing Facts About Popular Music: http://bit.ly/po1gW2 #12 is long and by far the worst.
12 Extremely Disappointing Facts About Popular Music: This is the saddest thing you'll read all day. YOU LET THIS HAPPEN! YOU!..
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Didn't watch the whole video...but love the quote: “We’re now dealing with the first wave of participation trophy [parenting]” when “everyone gives everyone a participation trophy and then everyone feels good about themselves but it’s not based on anything.”

My thoughts exactly. Nobody is entitled to anything. Can't find work in NYC? You're not entitled to live there. It's one of the most expensive cities in the country. Move to where the work is, save, and then move back if you want (and can find work). And don't tell me there isn't work elsewhere.
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Perfect small gift idea for the Outdoor Enthusiast. Personally, I would go for the Men's Wide Survival Bracelet w/ Stainless Steel Shackle (Black on Black).
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  • Spruce Media, Inc.
    Software Engineer, 2011 - present
  • Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
    Web Developer, 2011
  • Computer Aid, Inc.
  • FactSet Research Systems
    Software Engineer III, 2010 - 2011
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Fairly disappointed by my last visit. Bought a case (12-22oz. bottles) of Stone Brewing Cali-Belgique. Gave a few to friends before I got the case home. The bottled-on date was 6/29/2012! Stone gives a 120 day window for freshness on that brew. Needless to say, my beer is nearly a year past it's date. Never would've thought to check. Now I know.
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I've used Action Plumbing several times now. In each case, I have been 100% satisfied. The fees are known up front. The work is paid for by the job, not by the hour. The work is always top notch and any questions I have regarding what was done are answered (and, when possible, I was shown exactly what was done and how to handle it myself next time if needed). After having used other services in the are and paying dearly for work that took longer than expected, I would definitely recommend Action Plumbing.
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The course is indeed under new management. This was my first time playing here, but I was told that the course had a history of being in extremely rough shape. This couldn't be farther from the truth! The course was in great condition (with the exception of a few extremely wet spots). I was talking to several employees that were talking about other planned improvements including an automated irrigation system, new white sand for the bunkers, and better landscaping. All of those improvements combined with the fact that I payed $18 to walk 18 holes on a Saturday morning and you have a combination that can't be beat.
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