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Matthew Lorono
Attended Institute for Business and Technology
Lives in MetroWest, MA
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Ugh, #Spring has taken a #Springbreak #snow 
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I'm a #wereman , half man and half man.
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#BackInMyDay, you had to get a car with manual transmission to improve gas mileage. Now, almost any automatic has better mileage.
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Spread the word.  You won't believe what's being done to natural beauty.
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How can we expect our young girls to live up to that! No wonder society is falling apart!
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Epic mashup - Civilization will never be the same again

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It's a sweltering 52° in #Massachusetts today. Didn't wear a jacket outside for the first time since November.
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To local and national news broadcasts: It's only breaking news if it happening now and you just started reporting on it just now. 
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$60 for name brand BluRay player? #BackInMyDay, we could get a VHS player for $400. Oh...it's a lot cheaper now for higher quality image. That is some serious deflation! 
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  • Institute for Business and Technology
    Electro-mechanical Drafting, 1990 - 1991
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MetroWest, MA
Previously
Silicon Valley, CA
The food is inline with the prices, so it's good, but only an OK value. The big downside of this location is the lack of chairs in the dining area. I'm guessing they did this to discourage use of the area by patrons. Lame. Might be acceptable if it was in a mall or something or if they noticably lower prices to reflect the savings of not actively maintaining the dining area. However, this store requires most local patrons to drive to the location. Any place where local traffic has to drive to get there shouldn't have even considered the idea of not providing chairs for the dining area tables.
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