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Joe Torres
Attended Springfield High School
Lives in Grovetown, GA
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Please SHARE this if u agree. #FluffyShare
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Google made this with it's "auto awesome"
Even Google is a smart ass... 
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Do you think the RIAA "You wouldn't download a car" advertising campaign will make less sense after 3d printing becomes cheaper and able to make more complex products.... like a car?
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Ok, so... the salmon don't swim up the river, big deal, right?  Who needs salmon?  Well, besides the brown bears that live in the mountains where they spawn.  I mean, that would decimate their population.  Considering they only eat the fat and skin, they would leave the carcasses for the golden and bald eagles.  I mean, who cares about bald eagles, right?  Of course, they don't eat them at the rivers, they take them up into the redwoods where the bones and remainder of the flesh rot and fall from the branches and into the roots where they support the entire ecosystem supplied by the sequoias.  I mean, these people need water for washing their cars and watering their lawns... It's ridiculous to assert that hundreds of acres of forest, the state animal (brown bear), the national bird (bald eagle), salmon, or golden eagles are more important than someone who lives in a desert having a shiny car and a green lawn, right?
In The Wall Street Journal, Tom McClintock writes that the state desperately needs water, yet federal policy sends huge 'pulse flows' into the Pacific to benefit fish.
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According to my BMI, I am 28.9 which is about 1 point away from being obese. I wear pants with a 34" waist, I can run a mile in a little under 7 minutes, and can score around 260 on an APFT. I think these BMI calculators are a little too generic and don't take body types into account. 
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or there is no single measure of fitness, and you can have a crazy BMI if you have good other measures
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This is really incredible.
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Stocking up for New Years... 
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I actually eat a lot of salmon and chicken. The only time I get steak lately is at hibachi. 
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Education
  • Springfield High School
    1989 - 1991
  • Gulfport High School
    1991 - 1992
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Grovetown, GA
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Ft. Meade, MD - Pensacola, FL - Springfield, LA - Gulfport, MS - Long Beach, MS - Las Vegas, NV - Chattanooga, TN - San Antonio, TX - New Orleans, LA - Springfield, LA - Kenner, LA - Biloxi, MS - Boaz, AL - Bodfish, CA - Denver, CO
My wife and I walked in and purchased some gift baskets and flower arrangements for a baby shower. The young lady working there was very polite and made great suggestions for what we needed. Our service was friendly, fast, and we ended up spending less than we were expecting. We will definitely be repeat customers.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The website says that it opens at 1000 on Sundays, but the sign on the door says 1100. Although my 7 months pregnant wife and I stood at the front of the door at 1100, the woman behind the counter just talked on the phone and never actually opened the door. We finally looked up another florist on Google while waiting on this employee to open the door and went there instead at about 1110. The employee only glanced at us a few times through the locked door while continuing her phone call.
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Quality: Poor to fairAppeal: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We've been here three times, it's a pretty seedy looking bar, it's pretty hard to get the bartender's attention away from chatting with the regulars long enough to get an order in, and the drinks ended up being pretty weak. The saving grace for this place is the chicken wings, which sadly has no "to go" option. If I could pick up chicken wings and bolt out of the door, I would give this hole a much a higher rating.
Food: GoodDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food was good and traditional, wait staff was pleasant, margaritas are fantastic, even if a bit larger than I expected.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Rooms are clean and spacious, and the staff is very nice. The prices are very reasonable too.
Quality: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The service was about average, our waitress was friendly and smiled a lot, and the decor seemed about average. The food, however, was exceptional. We had a few basics just to try the food and see what the fuss was about, and we certainly weren't disappointed.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
The food was pretty good, not traditional really, but it was decent quality. The price was reasonable, and the staff was fantastic though.
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