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Sean MacNabb
Attended University Of Colorado At Boulder
Lived in Minneapolis, MN
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When you say the word "poop," your mouth does the same motion your butthole does when pooping. So there's that...
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^ I can't tell you that cause I definitely did
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partner in an emeging maple syrup conglomerate out of Vermont.
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Minneapolis, MN - Dayton, OH - Littleton, CO - Morrison, CO - Boulder, CO - Thornton, CO - Denver, CO - Bradley Beach, NJ - Mission Viejo, CA - Chandler, AZ - Spearfish, SD - Firestone, CO
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Hi. I'm Sean. Welcome to my Google Profile
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I once attacked a mountain lion with nothing but lee press-on nails. she escaped, but they had to amputate a paw.
Education
  • University Of Colorado At Boulder
    MA - Economics, 1999 - 2003
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S Dot, Sundown
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Coors field is a must visit ballpark. Sit in the rock pile for an inexpensive local Coloradan experience
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
The guys here are super nice and knowledgeable. I'll be going through them again next time I'm looking for something specific.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Had my first experience at Water's Edge today. My wife and I went for a bottling party, which cost $21, which included a bottle each, bread, cheese, grapes, etc. The organization of the event felt a little off, which I'll come back to. The service is great. Both ladies working there were very friendly, and clearly proud of their own product. The atmosphere was really nice, although the chairs were a bit uncomfortable it seems like a small thing, but I'd like comfortable seating if I'm going to sirens some time enjoying myself at a winery. The wines are all made in Colorado from grapes imported from all over the world, which is cool. I only had one glass since I was driving, so I can't judge too much, but they have a decent selection, including some low alcohol (6-7%) fruity wines, which can be fun for summer gatherings. I had a blueberry Pinot, which was reminiscent of a blueberry pie. My wife had a flight of samplers, all of which she liked. She was especially impressed with the Strawberry Lychee wine. This isn't a place you go for top shelf wines, but it still seems to be a source of quality local wine. As I said, we were there for a bottling party. My wife and I were among the first to arrive right at 1pm, and were informed things would be starting soon. More of the owners friends started showing up, and she let us know they'd be taking people back 6 at a time. It was clear she would be taking her friends back first. The first group was having a lot of fun, taking a lot of selfies, clearly not hurryng through, which is fine, but they took just over an hour. The next group (also friends) took about 40-45 minutes. My wife and I were left wondering when it would be our turn. That's my only complaint. We showed up for this bottling party at 1pm, but didn't get to bottle our wine until just after 3 (when we arrived before most of those who went before us). At any rate, the bottling process was fun, and it was overall a good experience. Since i was driving, and not drinking, it was a little boring to sit in uncomfortable chairs and wait for 2 hours, but they still get 5 stars for being so nice. And my wife enjoyed it, which is all that matters to me. :)
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
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It's chik fil a. What's not to love
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
About what you'd expect from a Sheraton. Friendly staff, and nice accommodations. Our room did have a leak which soaked the carpet, and subsequently our clothes. And while they did move us to another room, no other compensation (even just dry cleaning) was offered. It's a little tough when half of the clothes for your trip become soiled on the first day.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago