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ted rohe
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Post-ABC poll: Americans express optimism about his ability to boost the economy, fight terrorism; less confidence on other issues.
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if WaPo was asked if PRESIDENT TRUMP walks on 2 feet, they would say that off-camera he walks on all fours.
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I'm just going to set this here for the next 105 days to see if Trump upholds what he said he will do. Also Trump said he would name China a currency manipulator on Day 1. I highly doubt Trump will do that. I"m also betting against him making us the American people (not Mexico) pay for his "glorious wall" and tariffs against Mexico. In a few days, the rubber meets the road and/or the poop Trump spewed hits the fan. 
On Wednesday, the Senate majority leader threw cold water on some of Trump's plans.
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This isn't new to me, but maybe new to someone out there. One of my favorite pieces of sculpture/art.
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Wow +ted rohe​! Fantastic!
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More North Koreans are fleeing their country for political reasons, rather than economic reasons, and an increase in defections by Pyongyang’s elite will ultimately weaken Kim Jong Un’s regime, South Korea’s unification minister said.
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I have the day off, so I can't say this is true today..but in general. 
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+Alberto Gutierrez me too! Short week!
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Catching up on some readinnnnnnnnnnnggggggggggzzzzzz

I know this is nothing new, but.. drawing is HARD. Fun and challenging and frustrating but so rewarding... I think if it was easier, if creating stories and shaping lines , shapes, colors to trick your eye into believing your seeing something that is not actually there was just a cinch, we wouldn’t appreciate doing it as much. It actually gets harder the more I do it... probably because I’m more critical of myself as I go on.
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Lol! Spurs fans. We all are a different kind of crazy.
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Manu Ginobili also got away with a travel that ultimately helped Phoenix
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I do not heart authoritarian propaganda art.
PYONGYANG - "That was a personal commission," says renowned North Korean sculptor Ro Ik-Hwa, pointing to a bust of A.Q. Khan, the Pakistani scientist denounced by the US as the world's greatest nuclear proliferator. The bust sits in Ro's workshop in Pyongyang's sprawling Mansudae Arts Studio complex, which has become the latest target of UN sanctions seeking to curb nuclear-armed North Korea's access to overseas hard currency revenue.
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+joyjoyoo good point. I can see both sides. Ay....there's the rub!
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Interesting and sad how authoritarian regimes like Nazis and the DPRK approach art.
PYONGYANG - "That was a personal commission," says renowned North Korean sculptor Ro Ik-Hwa, pointing to a bust of A.Q. Khan, the Pakistani scientist denounced by the US as the world's greatest nuclear proliferator. The bust sits in Ro's workshop in Pyongyang's sprawling Mansudae Arts Studio complex, which has become the latest target of UN sanctions seeking to curb nuclear-armed North Korea's access to overseas hard currency revenue.
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Albuquerque, New Mexico
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  • Regent University
    School of Divinity, 2007 - 2010
  • University of New Mexico
    Political Science & Business Admin, 2002 - 2004
  • Central New Mexico Community College
    Paralegal & Liberal Artrs, 1995 - 2002
  • Del Norte High School
    1990 - 1994
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Customer long lines seems to be an issue at almost any Starbucks including this one, but most of the time Ive been there it isnt bad. Not too busy and tucked away. Good spot to hit up during lunch if it isnt busy.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Had lunch there. A cool spot in a pretty awesome strip mall (most strip malls are freaking ugly) but this one has charm to it. Walking in you get the elderly white person/small town cafe. It's not a bad or good thing, just is what it is. For lunch they were able to get my order and my food to me fairly quickly even with it being pretty busy. I got the Big, Big Burrito with red chile and chicken. The side of spanish rice was a nice touch and tasted good (I've had better, but it wasn't bad). The chicken had a home cooked taste to it which is a good thing. The red chile wasn't hot. It had some taste to it, but i it wasn't great. I also got a coffee which they served in a large mug and there seemed to be free refills for it (if I had time to stay). The staff seemed really nice and helpful. I will try to go back and try something different. May be able to kick up the score to 4 stars.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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I highly recommend this towing company. He answered my call on a day I think he might have been closed. My situation was unusual as I was less than a mile away from a mechanic shop and I didn't want to go through pushing it or having my friend tow it (no chain). So he hooked me up with a good deal in comparison to other two truck shops. Really nice guy too.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Their new location is a good fit. It's a bit difficult for me to get to this spot easily from where I live, but it's worth it. The employees are great but you can always spot the new person. Sometimes (like a lot of starbucks) they seem to be understaffed at times and maybe a bit overstaffed at other times. The layout is done well. Different than most I've seen with the long table in the middle. All in all a good starbucks location.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I've been here several times and I normaly get a Mama or a Papa burger. If you want a huge burger with a certain mesquite taste, then this is your place. The owner is really nice and is usually slaving away at the grill or talking with his customers. The place has old style nic nacs that is common in most resturants. Nothing distinctive, but still nice. The service is great. Their deserts are pretty good and freshly made and I even heard their veggie burger is great. Co-worker tried the steak there too and it was great. The only thing they don't do is a shake. Maybe in the future. Also it can get packed in there at lunch, but usually a place to sit.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago