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Taken while running the sound board at my old church when I visited last weekend.
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This is my 98 year old great grandfather. He will be 99 in October.

Taken on my SGS2.
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This is just a beautiful film.
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This was one of my many summer projects.
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Just sent merge requests on some simple Unity quicklists for Rhythmbox, Empathy and GIMP. :)

Feels good to give back, no matter how little it may be.
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This review applies to rodents only. Do not take your pet rodent here for surgeries. I refused to do so myself after a simple phone call setting up an appointment for my pet rat to be neutered for a couple reasons. the first was minor, but still a red flag: Dr. Rice does not have much experience with rodents. The second red flag is what made me call the appointment off: they wished for me to not feed him the night before the surgery due to him going under anesthesia. At first glance, or to someone who is not knowledgeable of rats, this would seem like a silly reason to abort the appointment. However, the reason why you deprive other animals of food prior to surgery is to prevent them from vomiting. Rats cannot vomit, they are incapable. This begs the question, if they do not know that rats cannot vomit, what else do they not know? Would they even know to give special attention to their teeth at a basic checkup?
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
As one of the previous people stated, the floors are sticky. Another issue I have encountered with them is the heat not working in particular theaters which is rather unfortunate during the winter and can make the film be less enjoyable. I have also had a case in which the film had not been able to play and we were sent home without having had the experience we paid for. As with any theater, the prices are high for both the tickets and the food and drinks. Unlike another previous poster claimed, it is not due to "bootleggers and internet thieves" but the film companies taking most of the profits from the tickets. This causes the theater to raise their prices on food and drink in order to turn a profit.
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Appeal: GoodFacilities: Poor to fairService: Good
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