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Thomas Galloway
Works at Homedics
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Lived in Dallas, TX
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Maker of things. Tinkerer of product, music, media and life.
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I build products for Homedics. Right now I'm busy building baby products. Cool things. Things you will want, because I only build thing I want for myself.  

Also a musician, photographer.  Father, son, husband, friend. Born in TX. Recently moved from Dallas to Commerce, MI.  It's colder here.

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I make the cutest babies in the world. Seriously.
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Getting a “yes” vs. getting a “yes please!” | Tommy Galloway
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For those of us who invent things (tinker, develop, dream up, etc.) we have those moments where we’re ready to show our products to the worl

Can you sell in Mass? The question is, should you? | Tommy Galloway
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“40% GPM, you’ll need to fund 50% of the scan + the program fee (each @ $20k) with that fee paid out of the coop.  We need 3 scandown events

Chicken fried steak was crispy and hot. Mashed potatoes were ice cold. I would have sent it back, but I was too tired to care tonight. Apple pie was decent. Service was iffy. She was nice, but I had some points where I was looking for her and she was MIA. OK as a cheap option vs. the expensive tourist traps on the strip, but don't expect too much.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
We've been there 4 times. First 3 times were OK. Nothing special, but quick and polite service with decent Mex is not always easy to find. So we went back the other day and I made the mistake or ordering chicken tamales. They were 95% masa and maybe 5% chicken. That's not an exaggeration - there was almost zero chicken in any of the 3 we ordered. A manager tried to make it right by exchanging for beef tamales, which were better. Good service, generally. Decent food (never "great") most of the time. Occasional bad dish. That's what you can expect.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Awesome. My girl is in 2nd year and loves it. No complaints.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
5 reviews
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It sucks that there's not much choice for Cajun here in Edmond. If you want a decent catfish poboy and fries for lunch, it's OK. Just OK, I might add. I've been back a few times, just because I get a craving for catfish and don't know where else to go. But given the choice, I would probably choose something else. Let's put it this way, in Dallas where there are several great cajun restaurants, this place wouldn't last 2 weeks. Not just because the food is only "OK", but because it's not exactly cheap either. I could go to Dodies (mmmmmm) or Aligator Cafe (mmmmmmmmmmm) or any number of places there and not only get WAY better food, I would pay less for it. Such is supply and demand. I have demand. They have supply. Now I am sad.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Having recently moved from Dallas we've been on the prowl for even decent Mexican (or Tex-Mex) for a year now. Found some decent dives here and there. Rojo? Crapola. Not just "not very good". It was BAD. Weak drinks. iffy salsa and guac. I ordered the Chicken Mole. HUGE mistake. Meat was red and basically bloody near the bone. My wife's dinner (don't remember what it was now) was equally bad. If you like this place's food, it is only because you've never had good Mexican food. You're almost better off at Taco-Bell. At least there your expectations are low.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago