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Galin McMahon
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This method only works if your image is 2 colors.  If it is 3 or more colors then this method converts to greyscale.  You would think that Adobe would know the difference between black and white and greyscale!
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Insane. How the heck did MOO lose? That was like the Lakers vs the girls JV.
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The Dalles - Portland - California - Washington - New York - S Carolina
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No service. They sat us down and left us. So we left them. So did the people that came in right after us. There were 2 other tables so they were not too busy to do their jobs.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Great selection. I kind of wish the beers were organized by type rather than brewing location though. Prices are about twice what you find the same beers anywhere else but the selection makes it worth the stop.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I just drove all the way across town with high hopes of going to see a 45 minute laser show. When I arrived at OMSI I was greeted by a sign saying that I would have to pay $5 to park my car. OMSI is nowhere near any kind of good transportation especially late on a Friday night. This is just highway robbery. Not only did I leave but I will probably never go to OMSI again because they are trying to make off with all of our hard earned money. Paying to park a car? Come on!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Dishonest and pushy. I went in and specified that I wanted the oil change special that was posted. The price on that was $20.99. After I refused all upgrades they still managed to charge me $29.99. The entire time I was getting my oil changed they were pushing for additional services. I did not want additional services I wanted the oil change special. It's one thing to mention that you offer additional services but it shouldn't be a constant barrage of upsell when the customer is only there for the basics. I think I will just do it myself from now on. They did actually use the right grade of oil unlike the last place I went so they can get a bonus star for that.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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Great fenced off-leash dog park!
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
There was nothing good about this place. Ridiculously loud music hosted by a bad d.j. Slow, unfriendly service. The food was disgusting and was missing ingredients. It might be a good place to watch football but definitely not a good hangout.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
First time in. Had the Clackamas. Amazingly good pizza. My tastebuds are singing their happy song. With pizza like this I should not be the only customer in this strangely large building. A couple marketing tips. 1) Find your style. The swanky 60s style decor and wrap around booths are nice. But why the antlers above the bar. I'm confused. Is this a 60s place or a western bar? 2) You have pizza by the slice. I walked in and walked back out not knowing this. I caught the note on the backside of the sandwich board out front. This should be a main selling point prior to dinner. 3) Expand your beer selection please. Only 6 taps and nothing dark? Not in Portland! 4) Consider a name change. Pronto Pizza screams Little Caesar which is a shame since your pizza is in a different world from that dump. Again though, amazing pizza by the slice. I am thrilled that I found this place and I'll definitely be back.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago