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stephanie parker
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This is the biggest pile of crap I've read in a long time.  GET OVER IT.  We are making the people of America "scared" and "feeble" by instilling this crap in them.  Ya know what?  Fall down, scrape your knee.  Learn from it.  Get back up and try again.  Who cares if someone calls you "bossy"?  Are we supposed to strike every potentially offensive term from our vocabulary because we may "hurt someone's feelings?"  What about all the women who are extremely successful today who were called "bossy" back then?  It didn't affect them, did it?  And for the record, most girls I knew who were called bossy back in "my day" didn't give two craps about someone calling them that.  They went right on being "bossy" because it was their "thing".  And quite honestly, those girls were mostly annoying and thought they deserved everything on a silver platter, so why would I care if their feelings got a little hurt?  Kids will be kids.  LET THEM BE and stop dictating! 
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Ah, Bill, how I miss thee.  
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"...all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves."

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Today's TED Talk: Bastian Schaefer imagines a concept for the jumbo jet of the future -- full of space and light, fuel efficient, and yes, it's 3D-printed.
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RIP Philip Seymour Hoffman. :( 
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I just hope this kick off event isn't as disappointing as the CERN's LHC flop a few years back. #neutrino
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In the process of eliminating stressors, downsizing, and removing myself from materialism and "keeping up with the Joneses".  Life is too short.  Can't take it with you when you die, and it doesn't make you a better person for owning it. 
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Had my precious Ellie on March 17, 2014. Our little St. Pat's baby is doing well and has given new meaning to our lives.
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    Multimedia/Web Design, 2003
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Very displeased with the nail service. This was the worst pedicure I've ever gotten anywhere. I purchased an Amazon Local coupon for a mani/pedi. The tech, Carly, who worked on my nails is fresh out of school (literally, high school- she still wears her high school ring), and is very "green" and inexperienced. She's nice, but should not be doing nails. Here's what happened: I've had probably 50 or 60 pedicures in my life and this one is the worst I've ever had. When I go for a pedicure I look for three things: exfoliation, calf massage, toenail polish. I'm 8 months pregnant. I can barely reach my toes so I splurged to purchase this coupon in hopes of getting my nails done. Carly took me back. 1) Calf Massage. She did NO massage on my calves, whatsoever. 2) Exfoliation. She slathered on the salt scrub and lightly rubbed it in and then rinsed it off. She used the pumice block very, very lightly. So light, in fact, when I got home that night, the bottom of my feet felt like sandpaper! My feet are not bad normally but now they feel scratchy when I try to put on socks or when I rub them against fabric or skin. 3) Polish. She began to polish my toenails and dropped the hot pink polish bottle and it splattered the wall, my shoes, my feet, and the wash basin where my feet had been. She didn't apologize. She looked flustered and lightly wiped off the flip-flops I brought with me. These flops have rhinestones on them and the leather bands are white. Now they are hot pink. She then started to pour bleach into the basin while I hovered my legs over it. Hello! A) I'm pregnant and should not be breathing those fumes, B) One splash and she'd have ruined my clothing with bleach! I quickly corrected her "uh, no, you should not be pouring bleach while I'm sitting here". She stopped and tried to get the polish off the wall. At this point I'm really ticked off. She has no experience, doesn't know how to apologize, nor how to handle a tense situation. As for the manicure- it was "so-so". She couldn't keep the file on my fingers, it kept jabbing my hands and I took my rings off because she kept coming dangerously close to filing them! I woke up the next morning and the polish was already "pulling away" for lack of a better term from my cuticles and looks 2 weeks old. Whatever. I cannot believe a business would try to solicit more clients and stick them with someone who clearly has no idea what she's doing. I will NOT return to Ohana for any type of nail service. Completely unprofessional hacks.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Dr. Truesdale is fantastic. She actually LISTENS, which is hard to find these days with the hustle and bustle of doctors' offices. The facility is nice, clean, and inviting.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I took my young dog (less than 1 year old) to this vet because she was BITING the fur off her hind quarters. Robby Chappel concluded she had MANGE even though I reassured him several times she was BITING the fur off - it wasn't just coming off (I had a dog with mange years before and knew the difference). He did a rear exam with this gloved THUMB to see if her glands needed to be expelled. Really? A big, human THUMB in my little dog's rump? He then proceeded to tell me it was required to give her Ivermectin shots (apparently the most painful shot you can give a dog). Her first one - all seemed fine until we got into the lobby and she started yelping uncontrollably, in so much pain that poo fell out of her involuntarily! She was hollering and jumping around all over. Folks waiting in the lobby were freaking out. I had to take her outside and it took 5 or so minutes for her to stop yelping from the pain. Needless to say he followed me out and told me she'd need a "series" of these shots. I took her back once more, and once more only - it required a doctor, two nurses and myself to hold her down OUTSIDE to give her the shot. It turns out - from seeing another vet - she was merely allergic to a flea bite (even tho she was on flea preventative). None of this stuff Dr. Chappell put her through was required! And, I found out later that Ivermectin can be administered ORALLY!!!!!! Forevermore - my dog has been extremely freaked out when I take her to the vet. These two visits forever marred her. She is now 7. She hyperventilates and I have to give her a dog barbituate just for an annual exam. I WISH CHAPPELL WOULD HAVE SOMEONE DO THAT ISH TO HIM! Worst. Vet. Ever.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I took my young dog (less than 1 year old) to this vet because she was BITING the fur off her hind quarters. Robby Chappel concluded she had MANGE even though I reassured him several times she was BITING the fur off - it wasn't just coming off (I had a dog with mange years before and knew the difference). He did a rear exam with this gloved THUMB to see if her glands needed to be expelled. Really? A big, human THUMB in my little dog's rump? He then proceeded to tell me it was required to give her Ivermectin shots (apparently the most painful shot you can give a dog). Her first one - all seemed fine until we got into the lobby and she started yelping uncontrollably, in so much pain that poo fell out of her involuntarily! She was hollering and jumping around all over. Folks waiting in the lobby were freaking out. I had to take her outside and it took 5 or so minutes for her to stop yelping from the pain. Needless to say he followed me out and told me she'd need a "series" of these shots. I took her back once more, and once more only - it required a doctor, two nurses and myself to hold her down OUTSIDE to give her the shot. It turns out - from seeing another vet - she was merely allergic to a flea bite (even tho she was on flea preventative). None of this stuff Dr. Chappell put her through was required! And, I found out later that Ivermectin can be administered ORALLY!!!!!! Forevermore - my dog has been extremely freaked out when I take her to the vet. These two visits forever marred her. She is now 7. She hyperventilates and I have to give her a dog barbituate just for an annual exam. I WISH CHAPPELL WOULD HAVE SOMEONE DO THAT ISH TO HIM! Worst. Vet. Ever.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I am super pleased with the facility, the personnel, and the service. After going to the same dentist and hygienist for 30+ years and making the switch to Southlake in the past year, I am very pleased to find a nice facility with folks I feel I can trust. The facility: very nice, professional, clean and the waiting room is very posh (big +)! The technology: I feel as if I'm worlds away from the other dental facility I visited before in my life; Southlake gets my "outstanding" rating for having the latest and greatest available. The staff: super friendly, eager to help, and willing to listen/explain no matter how many questions I pose. Me: Smile. A clean, happy smile! :)
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago