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Matthew Lorono
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Take these steps to discover how the social network categorizes your political leanings.
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#SuicideSquad #1 movie for three weekends in a row; Batman V Superman and Capt. America: Civil War only two weekends; #Deadpool was #1 for four weekends
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The Universe is "Beige, Flat and really really big." Nuf said. lol
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In the near future we will inevitably work closely with medical #robots for precision https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/robotics-healthcare-get-ready-bertalan-mesk%C3%B3-md-phd
In the near future we will inevitably work closely with medical robots. If we take the necessary steps now to gain better understanding of how they work the transition could be easier and simpler.
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Bode's Law, a rule from a long-past time http://fcsuper.blogspot.com/2010/05/bodes-law.html
Bode's Law, or Titus-Bode Law, is a now refuted law governing planet location with our Solar System. It presumes a relationship between all of the planets in their distances from the Sun. Formulation The Law relates the semi-...
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Diamonds are a controversial stone. They're beautiful, and, for many people, a status symbol, but the diamond industry is tainted by the issue of conflict diamonds, or blood diamonds, which are diamonds mined in war-torn zones and sold to finance armed combat.
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The hunt for exoplanets has been heating up in recent years. Since it began its mission in 2009, over four thousand exoplanet candidates have been discovered by the Kepler mission, several hundred of which have been confirmed to be "Earth-like" (i.e. terrestrial). And of these, some 216 planets have been shown to be both terrestrial and located within their parent star's habitable zone (aka. "Goldilocks zone").
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Hmmm, perhaps Tabby's Star dimming is caused by #BlackHole that entered the system (perhaps taking it over) #tabbysstar #KIC8462852 
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Bomb alert 'on two passenger flights' due to arrive at Brussels aiport - planes have landed safely.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/brussels-airport-bomb-latest-updates-alert-passenger-jets-airline-live-a7183351.html
Bomb alerts have been reported on two passenger jets due to arrive at Brussels airport. The alerts were reportedly radioed in from the aircraft to air traffic control.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great atmosphere, shops and selection of food.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
First, this review is for my last visit for dinner at this location a couple years ago. Hopefully both the quality and service has improved since then. I had a couple of enjoyable brunches at this location prior to this bad experience, so that's why this review is 2 stars instead of one. This restaurant is more upscale in terms of pricing, ambiance and menu. However, I found the quality of food itself has been lacking, at least for dinner. The worse Filet Mignon dish I've ever had was served to me here. The cut was ordered medium-well. Although there was some pink in the middle, the meat was so dry, it was uneatable. It was like chewing on leather. I had to spit out my first bite. When a complaint was made, the manager took a long time to arrive. When he finally did arrive, he seemed confused about what to do. The meat appeared to be technically cooked to the correct level, but the quality of the cut was very poor. The manager could not guarantee the replacement would not yield any better results. Based on this and the length of time it was taking dishes to arrive from the kitchen, I refused any replacement. This seemed to further confused the manager. I guess they've have a loyal following that is willing to accept poor quality and slow kitchen service without complaint? Although the manager eventually offered to remove the item from the bill, the whole endeavor made for a very unenjoyable evening. I never returned.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great bar food, ribs and flatbread pizza. Service is typically OK to Good.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Although the wait staff and manager were excellent in service and addressing complaints, the quality of food just doesn't live up to any expectations whatsoever, especially for the prices. Even if prices were half as much, I would still have to question whether they might be charging too much based on the quality of the food. For example, I had the ribs, which where so dry, I was not able to pick the meat off the bone. Pasta we had always much better.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago