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Logan Isaac
Attended Duke Divinity School
Lives in Durham, NC
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Here's a classic... Way back when I skated 4 or 5 days out of the week
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Mercury Studio
407 N Mangum St, Durham, NC 27701
Mercury Studio is the most hospitable and productive space to work in all of Durham, hands down. Find your cool right here, Bull City.
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Executive Director, Centurions Guild
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Durham, NC
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Tustin, CA - Fayetteville, NC - Honolulu, HI - Tuz Kharmatu, Iraq - Camden, NJ - Durham, NC
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Author of #ForGodandcountry & #Reborn4thJuly, accomplished speaker, aspiring scholar, & executive officer of @CenturionsGuild. Death Before Idolatry
Education
  • Duke Divinity School
    Master of Theological Studies, 2010 - 2013
  • University of St Andrews
    Master of Letters, Systematic & Historical Theology, 2014 - 2015
  • Hawaii Pacific University
    Bachelor of Arts, Human Services, 2008 - 2010
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Good products, less than stellar service. Twice I've been here for a small nitrogen tank refill and each time their database was not storing my account info, which required the attention of the store manager, who busied himself with larger accounts. It didn't matter that I had arrived beforehand and was ready to pay, and each time a subordinate unsuccessfully tried to get his attention so I could pay and leave. Inattentive management reflects poor business standards and etiquette.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This park is a bit rough around the edges in terms of surface, with some Crete starting to crumble around corners and manual pads. But there is some good flow and it is worth the time if you're in the area. I wouldn't drive more than 45 minutes to get here, since there are better parks in the area. But a fun setting and a unique snake run make your time worth it. No real mini ramp, and the quarters are a bit flat, but the bowl is legit. Bring water, since the humidity really makes a long skate difficult even if it's as low as the mid eighties...
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I've always been more than satisfied with the service and expertise at Bull City Car Wash. They always have the most friendly staff, wifi while you wait, and a great team that I always love interacting with. I come here every time I need a periodic wash or a good vacuum for the interior too. Hondas are notorious for paint jobs that age poorly, but I've noticed over a year and a half in the harsh NC heat that regular washing here is especially helpful in protecting my investment. The service I receive is just the icing on the cake.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Wonderful little coffee shop great for studying, meeting, or just plain waking up. I have an unusual drink order and they nailed it three times out of three the weekend I was in town for a friend's wedding. The last time, they forgot one ingredient and caught me before I took a sip, fixing the drink with refreshing initiative. Their pasties are also quite satisfying. I had their almond raspberry scone one day and a blueberry lemon muffin another day. I'd recommend both.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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Better shave ice than Hawaii! I lived on the North Shore of Oahu, not far from Aoki's famous shave ice, and Pelican is better, more flavorful, faster, more spacious, and more fun. Their shop on Fayettville Street is great for family picnics, a quick cool off, or neighborhood rendezvous. Weirdly enough I noticed how organized and clean their working space is, and the customer service was top notch. They don't skimp on the syrups either. Go every chance you get, and beat the heat with their stuffed option and your favorite "special" of suggested flavor combinations. With my time in paradise in mind, I got the tropical sunrise.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This book store has a lot of character and really good selection. I like my used book places to be a bit cluttered, making 'finds' all the more rewarding. The selection here stretches from floor to ceiling, and I walked away with a couple of gems. The organization was not as good as it could have been, but I have seen much worse layouts and sorting. They even added flair to the sections, with a typewriter in their "books for writers" section and gardening tools in landscaping and home repair sections. Glad I found West Side Books, and I hope you do too!
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Had everything ready and decided before heading in and it still took 4 hours just to get the initial paperwork started. Our actual salesperson was not proactive and the 'closer' was just as lethargic. It's like they were uninterested because we went in knowing what we wanted, almost punitive. We did concede to buying an upgraded warranty (called Honda Care), but even that has not been processed and delivered, five months later. I called in a month and a half ago to inquire, got the salespersons voicemail, but no attempt to call back was made. If we paid for it and they did not activate it, we will be looking unto legal options for making sure this significant purchase was executed properly, because based on our experience this dealership lacks a profound measure of professionalism and competency. Crown Honda, near South Point in Durham, was much better (I had them with my last certified pre-used Fit).
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago