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Jude N. (theOneUpper)
Worked at High-Comm Security
Attends City College of San Francisco
Lived in seattle
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FCC Chairman Wheeter has ravenous intentions much like a Dingo.
The internet went wild earlier this month when John Oliver used his new show to lambast the Federal Communications Commission for its botched net neutrality proposal, but unsurprisingly, FCC...
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Just heard Gowe's latest track. His music is like therapy to soothe my soul.
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More talk about how ISPs in the US are swindling the consumers by not upgrading their infrastructure.
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Now for some Tera memes to surface.
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Great speech hitting a couple of core points Tyler. I have to watch does a couple more times to really observe all the points he mentioned. The only thing I didn't like was the troll couple at the end trying to selfishly demand all of Tyler's attention.
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Lol ikr. He didn't even get to finish his original point. Still good video though
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Net neutrality explained in the most humurous way.
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AT&T, Comcast, TWC, Verizon join to oppose common carrier rules.
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It's been a while since I've seem your videos. Quality video as always Mac.
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    Business Finance, present
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  • High-Comm Security
    On site security specialist
  • United States Navy
    Security enforcement
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seattle - san francisco - chicago - san antonio
Noticed a relatively new Vietnamese restaurant located just off of Market a few blocks from the major downtown area. Other than Tu Lan I rarely eat at other Vietnamese restaurants since frankly, Viet food in SF is mostly lacking. I decided to give this place a shot since Tu Lan was packed and I agreed to meet a friend here. The interior decor and ambiance was nice, has modern and ethnic feel to it. I ordered the Banh Xeo which is like a Viet style omelet filled with beansprouts, shrimp, and served with a side of cabbage. The Banh Xeo was mild tasting and ingredients while present wasn't anything that really tingled my taste buds. I don't remember exactly what my friend ordered but he was not too thrilled with his dish either. To sum it up amazing decor but sub-standard food with small portions.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
One of the true gems of 6th St. Market near Tenderloin. This establishment has been doing business for 20+ years and still cooks the same dishes (Imperial Rolls) that brought acclaim to this restaurant. Every time I am in the area I try to stop by this place. I usually get Vermicelli noodles with fried pork and Eggrolls (#17). Omg so good. Its a mix of all the best flavors in a bowl. Other staples and fan favorites are Imperial Rolls (#5), Chicken fried rice (#22), Shrimp Fried Rice (#23), VN style mixed noodles (#20), and Chicken Curry (#31) and VN Sauteed Beef cubes (#36). There is roughly 70 items on the menu but I just listed what I've experienced are what most patrons get. SF ethnic dining does not get better than this place. I only wish they were closer to me so I can come here more often.
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