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Marty Brown
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Attended UC Santa Barbara
Lives in Walnut Creek CA
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Just started using Project Fi's phone network... a combination of Sprint, T-Mobile and wi-fi networks here in the US... .any chance that Open Signal would show Project Fi as a carrier? 
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I didn't ask a very precise question.... what I'm hoping for is a coverage map that shows (ideally) Project Fi's coverage map of Sprint, T-Mobile and Open WiFi networks. It's not a huge deal, but would be nice to see. 
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I'm 66 years old, and I have never heard our country's anthem ever sung with more power, more eloquence and more beauty than this. It brings tears to my eyes.
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I have GOT to stop watching these Pitmaster X videos when I am hungry... that veal looks sooooooooo tender and juicy. The rubs look great. I am going to try this over the weekend. 
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Really? A little too much time on your hands these days?
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Charles - this is the best doggone bow tie video on YouTube. The trick that you show that no one else does is pulling the first part of the bow out, away from your neck, forcing that gap to open up. Brilliant! This saved me a lot of frustration. Well done, sir!
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Ditto brother, I was stuck on the same thing until I saw this demo. Now I am enjoying my collection of bow ties! Big cheer to Charles.
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Nice review.. I tried Derby and didn't think that they lasted more than two shaves and were not all that sharp.... whereas the Feather's did great... I suppose every face is different!

What do mean by "blurred"?
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+Marty Brown Which razor do you use in combination with the feather blades?
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I appreciate the explanation of how each knife is used..... always wondered how to use a deboning knife.
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+Marty Brown Thanks Marty
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Your videos are excellent...I learn something new every time I view one.
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+Marty Brown Thanks Marty... Is share what I learn. Glad you watch my videos
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Retired! International Employee Rewards
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  • Global Benefit Associates
    Consultating, 2013 - 2015
  • Clorox, Hexcel, Lumenis, Scient, Central Garden & Pet, CRC Health, Ascension Benefits Practice
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Walnut Creek CA
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Rochester NY area, Torrance CA - Fishers Victor Brighton Torrance Goleta Huntington Beach - Santa Barbara - Torrance
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Life is too short to drink cheap wine or wear cheap shoes
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  • UC Santa Barbara
    1971
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Martin S Brown
Great experience in worship - but I'm biased.... I am a parishioner here. If you want to experience Christianity in its purest and undiluted, original recipe form, check out an Orthodox church. St. Michael's is a Russian Orthodox parish, but you won't feel out of place. It is a parish of mostly converts, so all the services are in English.. The parishioners are friendly and welcoming to newcomers. There is a Saturday night vespers service at 5 and a Sunday service at 10am. Check out the REAL catholic church!
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
We are staying at the Flagship Inn, practically next door to Morning Glory and decided to have breakfast there. We came on a weekday morning and were promptly seated. Service was excellent and the food was great. The portions were large and creative. My wife got gluten-free french toast which she said was great. I got a chorizo scramble which was more than I could eat. It was a bit pricey - each dish was around $11, and my double espresso was $6. But the meal was great and we'll definitely return on our next trip through town.
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