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Ain't no party like an IV party 
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I see what you did there.
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Surgery is fun. 
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Sorry dude that sucks
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I don't know why, but Germans are pretty good at doing Mexican food. 
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The upside to my wife making cakes is that we get to enjoy the cake tops and leftover frosting. 
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Alright I am genuinely confused. The +OnePlus website says that the phone supports WCDMA bands 1/2/4/7/17/38/40, but I keep reading that the OnePlus One will not work in Japan, or on US Sprint or Verizon. Can anyone confirm that this phone will/will not work in Japan?
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Yeah, Japan's mobile market is as badly fragmented as the US. "Works in Japan" depends on what region you're going to and what carrier you get service through. 
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That's the one bad thing about being a lieutenant with this boyish face, everyone assumes I'm a 22yo know nothing. My pathetic attempts at a mustache doesn't help. 
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Found this awesome Asian buffet restaurant with a cool iPad ordering system. 
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I love my village in springtime. 
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Unfortunately a lake trip went awry last summer and a water balloon that popped on my NEX-F3 has corroded and damaged the internals beyond repair. Sony offered to cell me a recertified model for around $320ish, but I opted to put the money towards the new Sony a5000 when it comes out. The lens from my F3 is still good, but I want to buy a nice zoom lens for my a5000 once I get it.

Does anyone have a recommendation for a 200+mm zoom lens in the $200-$400? Should I stick with Sony's branded E-mounts or is there anything else I should be considering?
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Wow thank you. Those shots are amazing, pretty much just what I'm looking for. I live in Europe right now and I just want a good, solid lens that will allow me to capture my experiences without breaking the bank, and without the need to become a professional. I think your album just sold me.
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So between training and moving 3 times in the past 2 years, I've been pretty much ignoring my reward points on my Visa. To my surprise, I had over $1,200 in reward points awaiting me. Looks like we have some travel money.
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Excellent. I had the risotto aux scampi and my wife had the veal with cream sauce. All the food was fresh, the staff were very friendly and helpful, and the view of the beach was awesome.
Public - in the last week
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I haven't had good Tibetan food in forever and this place completely satisfied. The menu is very diverse and I had a hard time choosing. I had the lamb curry and my wife had the mushroom fried rice. Both were amazing. The decor is very nice and sets a nice atmosphere. I will definitely be coming back.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Stopped here on our way to Silverdale We for some pad thai. The pad thai and crab ragoon was amazing. I just wish I had time to try some of their mango inspired desserts.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Seriously, some of the best pizza I've ever had. The crust has a nice dark burn on it from the brick oven and the crust is tender the whole way through.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Amazing. They fixed a flat tire in less than 10 minutes while I was on a cross country road trip. Everyone was friendly.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Not a bad hotel, just a bit overpriced. I stayed at the Omni in Fort Worth, TX, and that was a easily a top-tier experience. Overall the decor, atmosphere, and overall experience of the Omni La Mansion del Rio just didn't seem up to par with my past experiences. I'll still stay at Omni hotels elsewhere, but if I'm heading back to the Riverwalk, I'll probably find some place less expensive.
Quality: Very goodFacilities: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Even if the food were priced more in line with Red Lobster, which it's not, it's much more expensive, the food is very subpar and uninspired. Everything tastes very bland. To make matters worse, most dinner plates are $18 or above, with most being in the $20 range. I guess they feel like they can get away with it because the town is so small, but as long as there's a Red Lobster nearby, there is no reason to waste your money here. I would rather eat fast food than spend my money there. Wait times were also very long. Almost 40 minutes to get our food, and we were the only ones in the restaurant because we ate early that day. However, the decor was nice and the wait stuff was very friendly.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago