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William Hsu
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Can anyone in LA do me a favor this Saturday? http://modernica.net/

The factory sale is on Saturday and I'd love to be able to get some stuff on sale.
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SALE!
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Also seen: "Stop tweeting weird sh!% and clean your apartment".
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I think I've finally figured out what the annoying "ticking" sound is that's coming from my bike. Will work on it tonight - I hope it's what I think it is!!!
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It doesn't tick when I don't pedal. So, no ticking while coasting. If I am spinning fast, then it will tick a lot more.

What I think it is is actually the loose bolt that attaches the front fender to the front rack of my bike. I noticed the sound yesterday when I bounced the front up and down. I had originally thought it had come from the rear because I played with the derailleur cable tension right before the sound started occurring...
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That is pretty cool!
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I really need to figure out a way to get inside this station. The article suggests staying on the train past the Brooklyn Bridge stop while it does its turn-around, but I was told that they force you off the train nowadays.

http://jalopnik.com/5684329/how-to-see-new-yorks-secret-city-hall-subway-stop
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They don't let you ride through anymore? Bummer.
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http://www.fallcentury.org/

"One of the 2 or 3 best rides of my life!!"

It's like the guy said it and was thinking, wait maybe there were 3 rides that I would rate on top of it...

Afterwards he probably thought, "Heck! It might even be 4!"
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Wagon wheels + Sierras + tow? This is not Oregon Trail!
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On my daily commute to work, I ride my bike under the FDR on the East side of Manhattan. A common occurrence I see are the older Chinese folks walking backwards and clapping their hands (to meet in the front of them and then in the back of them).

My dad has always told me that walking backwards and clapping your hands is good for your health. I think this is definitely something that has stuck to the older generation as I would never see a young Chinese person doing this.

Anyway, it's a funny thing to watch and here is more background information on it. For the most part, I am a skeptic to a lot of these old Chinese methodologies.

This website addresses both the backwards walking as well as the hand-clapping.

http://kaleidoscope.cultural-china.com/en/118Kaleidoscope5145.html
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Just met Darryl Strawberry at the local Duane Reade!
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INDUBITLY!
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WTF? How have I never noticed this building all those times passing by this area?

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/apa/2482258387.html
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They're about half retail if you buy them when they're used. Just sayin'
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Hello World.

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30 goto line 10
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Dr. Krishnan's service is very professional and thorough. She cares about her patients and she is very easy to talk to. I think I typically have too many questions whenever I go to a dentist or doctor and she does a very good job at answering everything I throw her way. About a year ago, I went in for my first procedure with Dr. Krishna. Another dentist recommended that I just remove the tooth because it was going to be difficult to save. Dr. Krishnan wanted to save the tooth because it was a perfectly good tooth despite that the procedure was iffy. I appreciate her willingness to try to save a perfectly healthy tooth and not just refuse to try since it is risky.
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Definitely a decent brunch place all in all. I just moved to New York not too long ago and I'd rate this place third on my brunch list (the first two being Apartment 138 and Pies 'N Thighs). I thought my portion was pretty small, but for $14 I did get a bloody Mary and a coffee with my meal. The quality of food is good overall. The potatoes were great. I got the eggs blackstone (poached eggs with spinach and toasted tomatoes) and it was tasty and well cooked. I'd come back again but probably order a more substantial dish next time.
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