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Alcohol is a direct cause of seven forms of cancer. Tough words to swallow, but those are the conclusions of researchers from New Zealand, who say they found that no matter how much you drink, alcohol will increase your risk of cancer.
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Stan's fancy-dancy panna cotta.
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It's at a place called Sweets Raku in Vegas.
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This better be the best popcorn I've ever made...
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Forgot to mention, cut them in half before the olive oil drizzle. 
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I think +Scott Williams​ was mentioning that this might be coming soon. My computer has lasted through 2 Civs and Beyond Earth...it might be time for an upgrade.

Also, that sounds like Sean Bean narrating, which means that all our Civs are gonna die.

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Yeah, I just saw that and was having a deja vu "didn't we just discuss this?" moment.
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It's time for a hidden image picture.

Find the cell phone on the rug.

http://sploid.gizmodo.com/can-you-find-the-iphone-on-this-freaking-carpet-1783685346
There’s an iPhone laying somewhere on this carpet. You have to stare really hard and probably scour every pixel of this picture and possibly stop blinking for at least four minutes in order to find it, but I promise you that it’s there. Jeya May Cruz dropped her iPhone onto this rug and basically saw her phone vanish before her eyes. Who knew iPhones had an invisibility feature.
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Here's a fun little something to think about.

http://boingboing.net/2016/06/01/king-tuts-dagger-was-forged.html
King Tut's dagger was forged from meteorite
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Artist: "How do I make this statue of Franz Kafka creepy and mind-warping enough to reflect his work? Oh, wait, I've got it!"

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I imagine the existence of this machine would make quite a few old-school farmers cry.

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That's not the only way a tractor can dig rows. But if you want them in that shape then that's cool.
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A Philadelphia Police Department surveillance vehicle bearing a Google Maps logo seen in Center City on Wednesday was not authorized to use the logo, officials said Friday.
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This Post Office may provide the best service of all time, (of ALL TIME) but it is of paramount importance to note that this Post Office is ONLY open from the hours of 8:30am-1pm Monday through Friday. I've never actually been inside the place because every time I swing by here, it's CLOSED.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Apparently when this switched over from "Hotpot" to Google Local, it disassociated all my reviews. Anyway, this still needs to be said, so this is the worst Starbucks I've been to. This location has a drive-thru, and so any walk-up customer is given absolute lowest priority. It's not just the lack of speed that makes this Starbucks location less than stellar, the crew at this location just seems to outright forget orders constantly. This afternoon my coworker ordered, and 5 minutes later they brought nothing out. He asked why his order hadn't come out yet, and the barista told him that "someone else took his order", although no other customers had come up to the station while we were standing there. The last time I went to this location another customer's order vanished, as well. So, I have to say that unless you're going through the drive-thru, avoid this Starbucks, because they're ill-prepared to handle both you and the drive-thru customers.
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Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Quick summary: I've been to this location twice, and honestly, I can't see myself coming back again. Nothing is particularly bad about the food here, it's just that, whatever you're looking for, there are better locations for food in the Hollywood area. If you're looking for tasty, cheap, late night food, find a roving food truck. If you're looking for a high quality hamburger, well, you'll have to find somewhere else. More detailed review: I've been here twice, once after a Go! Team show, and the other after the IAMDONALD tour rolled through L.A. Both times it was late night, but during one of the visits I had enough time to order alcohol. The hamburger is decent. It's basically like if you took an Umami Burger and scaled it up 25%. It's larger, still served on brioche, and not horrible, it's just not awesome. Some other significant differences between Umami Burger and this place is that in addition to their specialty burgers, you can choose toppings and order the burger your way, and they actually give you ketchup for free. Burgers at 25 Degrees seem to be consistently cooked one level above what you ask for. (So, here, Medium Well becomes Well Done, Medium becomes Medium Well, etc.) Between myself and my friends, we ordered 5 burgers here over 2 visits, and all of them came back one level more cooked than we expected. The fries are a solid effort (both the sweet potato and the sad, unsweet potato kind.) but the onion rings left a lot to be desired. The batter is too thin for the size of onion cuts they're using them with. Once they're fried, the steam from the onions just blows the batter right off the onion ring, and you're left with a plate of 50% covered onion rings. I was probably the most disappointed with the Guinness milkshake. Apparently, someone over there thought this was supposed to be a fancypants "hint of ice cream flavor" type drink. You're throwing ice cream into a beer, and into a dark beer at that. None of the flavors involved are intended to be subtle. I tasted mine and declared, "I can make a better Guinness milkshake than this." and then I went home and did. It's cool to have a late night option that tries to serve up quality food. 25 Degrees biggest selling point is that it's open 24 hours a day. Unfortunately for them, that's also the biggest selling point for Juicy Burger just up the street, so they're not exactly cornering any kind of market or locale. Service is a mixed bag. On the first night I came here, it was slow and unresponsive. I distinctly remember having to ask the guy serving as security to refill my water (I apologized for confusing him with the help, and he apologized for the waiter not paying any attention.) because the waiter was off doing anything but watching our table. About 15 minutes later, there was a lot of excited chatter, and my friend and I realized that the customer who was seated next to us had pulled a dine and ditch...and nobody had noticed until now. The second time I ate here, service was much more prompt, basically as on point as any other restaurant would be. Bottom line, this is about a 3.5. It's better than Umami Burger, but their burger falls far behind Father's Office. If you're looking for a good burger late night in the Hollywood area, you could do worse, but you could also probably do cheaper.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Umami Burger doesn't make a bad burger, it's just a decidedly average one. I ordered the Port & Stilton burger because bleu cheese and burgers is a classic combo. I could taste the port, but the Stilton was nowhere to be found. I thought after a few bites that maybe the burger wasn't supposed to come with cheese, and then I remembered that it was called the Port and STILTON Burger. The bread is nice, but the burger is tiny, and the flavor is tiny. This also seems to be the stuffiest, most nickel & dime centric burger shop I've ever eaten at. I've seen places that don't allow substitutions, but I've never seen a place that both up-charges for condiments and demands that you use no more than 2 credit cards on a bill. (Seriously, who charges you for ketchup? Other than Umami Burger, that is.) Based on my complex restaurant rating formula of how good the food tastes scaled against the amount of money you have to pay for it, Umami rates a 3. Aside from the annoyance of the waiter having to come around and inform of us some other thing you aren't allowed to do at the restaurant that he'd forgotten every 5 minutes, and them not seating us until we had our full party (despite the place being really empty) you're in for some REALLY small serving sizes. As my friend put it, these are basically 10% larger than sliders. Our waiter told us that these would be small burgers, and so we'd probably need a side in order to sate our hunger if we were hungry. I'm not a big dude with a voracious appetite. I'm 5'9, 160. I had a hamburger and a side of smushed potatoes and even I wanted to go to Carl's or Jack in the Box afterwards to grab a cheapie burger to fill me up. I wasn't the only one. We had a couple members of our group head out for food immediately afterwards. I would recommend the Office Burger over this one hands down. It's a much more satisfying burger with bigger flavor. At the risk of sounding hipstery, this place is really overrated.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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This is the worst Starbucks I've been to. This location has a drive-thru, and so and walk-up customer is given absolute lowest priority. It's not just the lack of speed that makes this Starbucks location less than stellar, the crew at this location just seems to outright forget orders constantly. This afternoon my coworker ordered, and 5 minutes later, because "someone else took his order"...while we were standing there, and they brought nothing out. The last time I went to this location another customer's order vanished, as well. Unless you're going through the drive-thru, avoid this Starbucks. The extra star above 1 is for the decor.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Father's Office has the best burger, I've ever eaten, hands down. The only problem is that it's $12, and this place doesn't offer any reservations, so you're basically standing around in the restaurant trying to dive on the first available table. All the food here that I've tried is pretty much awesome. Their fries are great. Crispy, and nice & thin. The sweet potato fries are also great. The spicy olives were kind of meh, though. The only real problem I have with the place is that it's pretty pricey. They serve high quality stuff, it just comes at a steep markup. For example, I can head over to BevMo (which is generally overpriced itself) and pick up a bottle of Allegash Curieux for $18. At FO it's $28. I can swallow $22-$24 for that, but seriously? $10 markup per beer isn't cool.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago