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Abigail Young
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Attended Pierce College
Lived in Tacoma, WA
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Okay, I understand these ads are cheap and irritating and aren't supposed to make sense because really they're just scams... But can someone please tell me what the eff the image is that I'm looking at?! 
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Hello Wayne here from Austin Texas.loved the way you wrote and your thoughts.call me. 512-412-1812
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Fantastic cheat sheet. I need a good scale!
 
Once you learn to cook with the power of math, it's not like learning one recipe--it's like mastering all of them. Forever:
Following a recipe is a great way to get started in the kitchen. However, once you’ve gotten the hang of it, you can learn the few choice ratios that govern dozens of different dishes--and free yourself from the restrictions of recipes. Here's how it works.
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For cleaning up windows.
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Soy chai? What a lovely rare treat! :)
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Thought +Evan Young would appreciate this.
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Holy cow indeed!
 
Holy cow, I'm TOTALLY trying this as soon as I can. Jacques Pepin debones a chicken. It's like watching a magic trick. -- Adam
Pepin Debone Chicken Galantine Ballotine
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Sweet.
 
It's like a beginner's cheat sheet for getting started with learning to code:
Want to learn web development and programming? Bento will start you off on the right foot by showing which courses or tutorials to take and then the next lessons after that.
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Read through the comments to find the walk through.... Super sweet!
 
For all the Fallout fans, customized my home screen using UCCW and the uzips pack developed by Turner Davis. Also managed to pull the UI sounds from an iOS theme for springboard, so now it makes the pipboy on/off noise on lock and unlock. 
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::: Digital Art
ALEXEY KURBATOV

Alexey Kurbatov is a talented illustrator from Moscow, Russia where he specializes in graphic design and drawing.
With an extensive body of work, Alexey produces art with great contrast and just the right amount of color.
His work is a mix of different styles, between watercolor and vector art.

Check Up More: http://bonexpose.com/art/alexey-kurbatov/
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Some really good tips here.
 
Negotiation isn't nearly as tough as you think.
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Introduction
I'm a cat. I live for lazy spots of sunshine, for a hammock in the backyard, for a bowl of creamy dessert, for a warm lap and a quiet book... for chasing butterflies, for paying attention to everything at once. For those hot, fine summer days, where the heat sends electric pulls through your blood until you can't sit still, and you have to run. For the deep moist woods, where moss cushions your fall, where insects lie under every leaf, where deer are half-seen through the ferns... For where the brooks run deep and the fish swim fast, for where balance lets you slip along the edge and find something no one else has.
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I once drew a wordless graphic novel. Well, not a whole one.
Education
  • Pierce College
    Graphic Design, 2010 - 2011
  • Tacoma Community College
    English/Graphic Design, 2008 - 2010
  • Tacoma School of the Arts
    Visual Arts, 2007 - 2008
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Female
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Abby Slusher
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Artist, Independent Graphic Designer
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  • Academic HealthPlans
    Production Services Representative, 2014 - present
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Tacoma, WA - Lakewood, WA - Abilene, TX
There's only one guy here who cuts hair. Most of the clients seem to be men or of the older generation, and nearly all of them are regulars, but he'll cut hair for anyone, kids included. He does an excellent job (I've never had a bad haircut here) and the prices are some of the most affordable I've ever seen, especially for the quality. That said, he isn't particularly chatty. I personally don't mind, but for those who like to be entertained for their visit, you may want to find someone more talkative.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
An interesting tea shop with a raw, new-age sort of atmosphere. Black, green, and white teas are all available for sampling, with a few very good ones. The tea bar is in the front room, with the tea selection and various tea accessories. A large room at the back of the shop contains many long tables - good for larger groups - and lots of butcher paper, intended for artistic customers to embellish. The crowd that visits seem to be mainly students, so it's accommodating as a good hangout spot. It's a very casual atmosphere, with a great local flair and a colorful owner. If a tea room is your goal, this would be an excellent one to try.
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Private - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Fair warning to gluten-free diners: this is a waffle shop, and there are no gluten-free versions of any dish whatsoever. That said, upon request, they provided simply the toppings for their turkey-and-sauce waffle, with extra turkey, at a reduced cost. Despite this, their fare is absolutely delicious. My spouse's waffle was excellent, the perfect mix of soft and crisp, and the toppings were all sublime. Their coffee and cocoa were tasty, as well, and inexpensive enough for a downtown specialty-type restaurant. P. S. Their location is tiny, with limited seating. Do not plan to bring a large group and expect to fit inside. However to-go orders are quick enough, and they also sell pre-packaged fresh waffles, both regular and chocolate-covered.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
To those who are new to the Aldi chain of stores, you'll need to bring two things before you can shop: 1. Your reusable grocery bags (if you forget, they do sell paper and plastic bags at the counters for less than a dollar apiece) 2. A quarter to deposit in order to get a shopping cart (if you forget, they will loan you one from the registers, but don't make a habit of it) As for this individual location, it does a good job at keeping things tidy on its floor, and its employees are always extremely cheerful and helpful. However it is a pretty popular location, so it tends to run out of stock on a variety of items depending on demand and season. If you are looking to purchase a particular one of their special buys, visit on Tuesday or Wednesday after they've just restocked, as it's less likely they've already sold out. Long checkout lines are certainly possible at this location, but the checkout person is usually quick, and even with only one person the lines have never taken more than ten minutes' wait in my own experience. Though it would be advisable to shop during times of day that are less popular if you wish to avoid even the possibility of waiting for any length of time.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
This deli is a wonderful discovery for those seeking European imports. The vast majority is prepackaged types of food (the better to ship overseas), but they do have a fridge/freezer section with German meats, cheeses, and baked goods. They also have a fair wine selection, some beer and cider, some non-food European-style kitchen wares, some soaps and other bathroom items, and German-themed decorations. A great deal of the labels are solely in German. If you don't read it fluently, you may either purchase items that will be a surprise (my preferred technique), have a translation app open on your phone as you browse, or bring along a friend to translate for you. Staff are helpful and always willing to tell you about the various items. Be prepared to occasionally encounter a language barrier, however. Checkout lines have always been nonexistent whenever I visit. Admittedly our favorite section of this store is the candy section, which is large and usually well-stocked. European laws ban the use of all artificial food dyes and flavorings and the majority of preservatives, and the resulting difference in taste between European and American candies are noticeable. At the register they have always dropped in small packages of Haribo gummy bears with purchases, a nice bonus.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago