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I just stumbled onto your stuff and have been giggling my ass off.  Keep up the great work girl.
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I gave this a read through from top to bottom, trying out all of the sample code provided. Unlike many technical manuals with samples, this one has code that works without messing with it. The information is laid out from basic and works the examples up to a level of advance scripting but provides plenty of room to tinker. jQuery is a powerful JS engine and this tool that works on top of jQuery will be an asset to anyone looking to be able to move grids around such as in a dynamic content management system. The concepts behind it are pretty straight forward. This however is not a guide in learning jQuery or javascript for that matter, but you don't have to be familiar withe either to get this code up and working. This books is targeted at a specific tool, its coverage is complete, the code was clear and usable and I think anyone looking to add this functionality would be able to apply it using this book pretty easily. http://www.packtpub.com/jquery-drag-and-drop-grids/book
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Two heat maps of the US. One is Dog states versus Cat states, The other is Dem states versus Rep states. Things that make you go hmmmm... http://goo.gl/iVdn6 http://s3-ec.buzzfed.com/static/enhanced/webdr05/2013/6/7/13/enhanced-buzz-wide-7244-1370625255-16.jpg
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Dahlia bug is doin a sleep-over at a friends so lil Chris, somewhat bummed out at not having much to do this evening found himself watching the new Star Trek movie. freakin.awesome. And possibly the last time I read reviews in advance. I read an entire article on the plot holes.... there are always plot holes but some of the articles painted pinholes to look like portholes. Anyways, great time and my son wanted to be just like Spock. I am ok with that. Capt. Chris Out.
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Looking at moving toward a more google+ centered social network. Will still post and check here but some of my future endeavors are better met on that side of the pond.
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What a neat concept. For those who write web apps, it seems that this takes and holds data in a cloud server and pushes out that data to anyone using the same app. Think multiplayer games, web page texting, collaborative communication, anything that you would need two people to connect on the same app.
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Not yet Michael. My first thought was how easy it would be to create a chat system for businesses who want to communicate with customers in real time without using the large-scale messaging software.  This seems like it would be a cheap and quick way to implement something like that.
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Two heat maps of the US. One is Dog states versus Cat states, The other is Dem states versus Rep states. Things that make you go hmmmm... http://www.billtrack50.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/ElectoralCollege2.jpg http://s3-ec.buzzfed.com/static/enhanced/webdr05/2013/6/7/13/enhanced-buzz-wide-7244-1370625255-16.jpg 
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School. Never ending. It is the struggle that sets up a person to want to really let loose and celebrate when it is all over. I feel a toga party coming on in about 7 months. And here is a pick of how I feel... http://data.whicdn.com/images/34967567/Toy_Design_Monster_at_Wirehouse_large.jpg
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Franks is the only place I will go. I get my frosty mug of rootbeer, a back massage, a hair wash, cut and rinse and a hot towel for my face. The people there are fun and professional. I have never walked out unsatisfied and generally I used to hate getting my hair cut. My only gripe is that I have to call in for an appointment, sometimes days in advance but it seems like they are expanding so maybe less so now. If only the would put a Frank's in Oak Ridge I would be a happy camper.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
If you know in advance that this is a take-&-bake service then they fulfill that service nicely (reading other posts its hard to imagine that so many reviewers were taken back by the raw nature of the product). I love their pizzas. Particularly the deep dish variety. When I have friends over we will usually opt for the PM's pizza. While you have to cook it, they turn out far better and fresher than anything delivery.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I went in for the first time yesterday and decided to rate the shop on my first impression since I was talking with my cousin about it. First of all, the shop is the best I have seen in town. There are plenty of leather chairs and tables to relax and smoke, there appears to be a pretty large selection of pipe tobacco although the selection of pipes is pretty standard (I like churchwarden pipes but not a one to be found). Also, there was like, one corncob pipe. I know, that sounds dumb, but I like corncobs for the flavor and my Grandfather smokes them and swears by them. It's a nit pick really. The prices for the pipes are of a good rate. A few that I looked at were pretty much where I expected them to be price-wise. But if your looking for something particularly unique you're not going to find it here. Very standard colors, shapes and styles. The humidor is really decent. Huge selection of all the name brands, several brands I am not familiar with, seconds bundles for the price conscious or frequent inhaler and everything in between. Another nit is that on occasion I like a flavored cigar and these days there are plenty of premium brands that make great flavored smokes. Not a one to be found or they were not displayed in a place that someone looking could find. This is a political thing. Either the humidor is purist or accommodating to all tastes. This one seems to be purist which can easily be interpreted as snobbery. Lastly, they have a club room. Behind a closed door are several more leather chairs, big screen TVs, a few poker tables, a kitchen area and about 100 or more locker humidors. THIS was pretty fantastic and the price for membership was reasonable as well. On a closing note, I am a first time customer and the guy managing the shop was attentive, answered all my questions, showed me pipes and took me back to the club. I know you might think that that's his business but all too often clerks would rather let you look and buy than come up to you, ask you questions and generally be attentive. I didn't feel like he was trying to sell me anything and when I asked to see the club he was proud to show me. Great service all around and a good first impression. I might also add, their website is not up to the standard of their store. Their website is half finished, lots of broken links, a shopping cart that is in a state of demo. It looks like it was designed 10 years ago. Don't judge the business by the website as the two are nowhere near the same.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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We moved to the OR a little less than a year ago and got their delivery menu in the mail. Huge selection of foods. The food has always come as expected with few mistakes (we have order quite a number of times). No complaints to speak of but never experienced the rudeness others have mentioned. Decided to dine in. Just a hole in the wall restaurant but the food was still good and the service was great and friendly. Hopefully they have addressed the issues other have mentioned.
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Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
As one example out of several experiences, I came in thinking that my cooling fan needed replacing and I knew and was prepared to pay $$$ to get it replaced. My vehicle has issues burning through cooling fans. After he did his evaluation he came in and told me that the electrical cord had simply come unplugged and that the fan was working find when plugged in. He then advised me to other issues that would come up and about when he felt the would be an issue. Sure enough, he was pretty right on. This is just one example of how good these guys are and they don't play on a lack of knowledge. They are fair, ethical and their prices are competitive. Not taking my car anywhere else.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago