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Solid plan.  I graduated from DHS and my mom was a school psychologist.  I now live in the Philippines.  I urge every resident of Davie County to INVEST IN OUR FUTURE!  Public schools in the Philippines are shockingly bad.  I had to put my kids in private school just to get rid of lice.  Walk around this country and you'll see the result of horrible public education: poverty, corruption, high unemployment.  Access to top quality education goes a long way toward eliminating these problems.  

PLEASE vote yes on this Bond so the kids of Davie County can have all the opportunities kids in the rest of the world don't have!
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Madi is ready for a modelling gig!
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This looks like a great idea for Chrome.
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Now why didn't I think of that?
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Seriously piss poor customer service from CashCashPinoy.com !
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Awesome Indian Food, great sports pub!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I was SO grateful to have found Chocolate Lover. Until I tried to pay using a Union Bank Visa Check Card. After 1.5 hours of shopping and racking up 4998 pesos worth of stuff they couldn't wrap their brains around what a Visa Check Card is. Even though VisaCheck has been available for 5 years now in the Philippines, the "manager" (no idea where she managed to get that title) just couldn't understand how a card could be a debit card AND a visa credit card. No, just b/c I'm white doesn't mean it's a foreign credit card. You SEE the Union Bank logo on it right? You have heard of Union Bank? "sir, we don't accept debit cards". No problem, just run it as a local credit card. "Umm, for a while". UGH. They refused to swipe it. Literally they spent 35 minutes going back and forth and asking each other and searching for the manager (who had just ran away) but they all refused to just TRY the running the card. The entire store was stopped. We asked them to open another register for the people waiting in line. Ugh. People in line were like "Ate, just swipe it, what is it going to hurt"? Finally after 45 minutes I lost my cool and swiped the damn card myself. Guess what. It WORKED. AMAZING. Idiots almost lost a 5000 peso sale. So while I love that I FINALLY found a place to buy powdered buttermilk after 8 years of searching I'll never step foot in that place again. If you're too stupid / lazy to keep up with methods of payment that have been around for FIVE YEARS.... If you're too cowardly to just try swiping a card b/c you're afraid the world will stop spinning..... If you're such a bad manager you leave an upset customer and go sit on your BUTT in the "wholesale" department while your minions who you have not trained or empowered to make simple decisions run around in circles like chickens with their heads cut off..... Well then you won't be getting any more of my business.
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Quality: Very goodAppeal: Very goodService: Poor to fair
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