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Attends The Silver-Gray School, Rhadamanthus manor-house
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I wish he had learned the lyrics
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I was thinking she's doing better than Aerosmith, but then, my cat sings better than Tyler.
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Amy Goodman on DemocracyNow! reported that a man had called 9/11 when the 5 or so men with a van with a camera on tripod on the roof videoing the Twin Towers burst into cheers and jumped around when the first building collapsed. Neighbors approached and the van left. A sheriff deputy stopped the van on the NJ turnpike but had to let them go because they had Israeli diplomatic passports. 
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In an interview with Parade Magazine, Rumsfeld is quoted as referring to the "missile" that hit the Pentagon.
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Two primary characteristics of narcissists is that they cannot see fault in themselves and their recollections change to put themselves in the best light. They cannot imagine themselves as wrong.

Read these and see if you don't see Dick Cheney:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_personality_disorder
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychopathy
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Excellent coffee, pannini, & service. Better than average prices. 
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Lousy video production... shots are so brief and jumpy it's almost impossible to appreciate the machine
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Am I understanding this? These people think the Earth is flat, not a sphere?
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I was dubious, not being familiar with Pink. But, f-ing WOW! Amazing. 
I know it's sacrilege, but, Pink does a better Janis than Janis.
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The guy seems scared, to me. Maybe he just doesn't have much experience speaking with press. There was no serious investigation after the collapse. The steel was cut into 30 meter sections, shipped to Japan, and melted down. Steel reinforced concrete buildings almost never collapse in fire. At the very least, we should have tried to understand why they fell down.

The FDNY recordings have firemen warning each other that there could be more bombs in the buildings.
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+OneVoiceMore "Planes were a factor, but no model shows they were a cause of collapse."
Somewhat contradictory..... they were a factor there they were one of the causes for the collapse.


"No, it merely means the official explanation is wrong"
Really?   So point out all the mistakes and lies in the NIST report on the towers.

Go ahead.  I'm waiting.
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In an interview with Parade Magazine, Rumsfeld is quoted as referring to the "missile" that hit the Pentagon.
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Watch European Space Agency's Rosetta #CometLanding webcast on Livestream.com. Live webcast from ESA mission control, when Europe's Rosetta spacecraft dispatches the Philae lander to make the first-ever touchdown on a comet. Official hashtag: #CometLanding
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  • The Silver-Gray School, Rhadamanthus manor-house
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Just as the google profile page says, I have, "A little personality".
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Technical writing, freelance cosmology, and amateur brain surgery.
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BS in electrical and computer engineering, Kansas University, '83. Writing. Brain surgery.
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Xzanthar the Magnificent
An okay hole in the wall. If the bartender isn't in the mood, don't expect anything from the menu that requires any effort. Expect zero effort.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Hard to say anything bad about Happy Hours $2 beer. Three tasty (turkey) tacos, $2, too. Friendly owner-operators. Free pool on Sundays. Friendly, neighborhood clientele.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I've rented from them 3 times and never a problem. Very helpful and accommodating.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Not great. If the patient isn't able to advocate for herself, the care will be poor. Hitting the call button for a nurse is useless. Typically, it takes at least 30 minutes for anyone to respond to a call and then they usually say, "Someone will be in to take care of her," then they turn off the call button and leave. Nobody does come. They'll tell you the patients get bathed 3 times per week. I found out today that my mother, after being here a week, STILL has not been bathed yet, though we've been asking every day. It's a constant fight to get even the prescribed care. They keep forgetting to hook her feeding tube back up after taking her to therapy. The family has to be here all day just to make sure she can get basic care. If you have a loved one in here, either they need to be able to get around on their own or you need to be with them. Otherwise they'll be ignored. When Mom needs something, I have to stand in the hall and keep asking aids & nurses to come in but few seem to care. The lady across the hall called "Help" for a couple hours, the other day, and nobody went in to look on her. Eventually I did and found her telephone had fallen into her lap, then on the floor, and cords were wrapped up in her IV and the call button cord. Lots of staff had walked past, ignoring her calls.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
10 reviews
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My only suggestion would be that they stay open 24/7, or at least until midnight.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Excellent pizza. Had great fun chatting with Nicke & Mark.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago