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Bruce Ross
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Elon Musk, Tesla Motors CEO, is alluding to a big announcement about level 4 autonomy later this year. For now though, the technology is still in need of software improvements.
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Snapshot of downtown Chicago while visiting the little goat restaurant...
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Paco:  Leave me at home alone again... and it will be much worse!!  Beeeyouch!!
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Asked Wednesday if he had any response to criticism by Vice President Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz that no president had done worse in office than Barack Obama, White House press secretary Jay Carney delivered the perfect reply. "Which pr...
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  • CenturyLink
    Engineer, 2015 - present
  • NEC
    Engineer, 2011 - 2015
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The Greatest Risk... is not taking ONE!!
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Chicago, IL.
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River Forest - Chicago and Houston - Charlotte and Raleigh NC
After a knee injury at Lakeshore Athletic Club, an ambulance came and took me to the Emergency room at Illinois Masonic. I was taken to the back where the rooms were, but was not given a room. I sat in the administrative area. I watched a couple of rooms come available, but was kept in the administrative area. Due to the extreme pain I was in, nothing seemed to matter, as long as they would tend to it. They asked what level of pain I was in on a scale of 1 to 10, and I told them 7 or 8. I thought that was a high level of pain and adequately described my situation. I was eventually taken back to get an x-ray. This is where my grievance really begins. As I was taken back to get the X-Ray, the tech had me placed in position and was going to start the x-ray, without the protective cover that is required when taking x-rays. I had to stop her and ask for it. I know x-ray techs and they have informed me that this is standard practice. Apparently it is not at Illinois Masonic. The emergency room doctor was great. He let me know that I had a ruptured patella and gave me all the follow-up information I needed and was the first of two positive experience I had. At this time, I was still waiting on the pain medication and inquired again. As I was in the administrative area, I could see and hear the conversations of the staff around me. As I watched a few people engaging in small talk (while I was still in severe pain), after about 5 minutes, one of them turned around towards me and handing me a cup of water and the pill. She was literally 2 to 3 feet away from me engaging in this conversation holding the pain medication that I had waited nearly an hour for. Well, this experience is why I chose to go to Midwest Orthopedics at Rush to complete the surgery instead of Illinois Masonic.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The service started off okay, though somewhat slow. The appetizer was good, but it was all down hill after that. We were there on Friday the 13th 2012, so maybe that was an omen. My mother and I both ordered the snapper. From the time we ordered the main course until the time we received it, a full hour and twenty minutes had passed. The people seated behind us who arrived after we did, had already completed their main course. Our waitress finally stopped at our table and asked if we needed anything... I immediately stated, our food. She asked if I wanted another drink. At this point, I was not in the mood for another drink. Another 15 minutes went by and we were literally seconds from asking for the bill as we saw the waitress approaching when the food arrived. The manager who started off coming by asking how we were doing was MIA. My mother's food was cold, mine was warm, but very dry. We then asked to speak to the manager. Our waitress informed the manager that we were waiting... and waiting... and waiting. We waited twenty minutes and finally asked the waitress to just give us the full bill and we would pay it. The entire time we sat there, we were being bitten by mosquitoes, so waiting any longer was wholly intolerable. My mother walked back to the hotel and I walked down the river walk for a few minutes. I then decided I wanted to talk to the manager, so I went into the restaurant and she was standing behind the counter. This was about ten minutes after we left. I mentioned that we were waiting on her and she immediately said, oh yes the people with the snapper. "I was just on my way down.". She did not even know we had gone. I have eaten at the Landry's in Tampa Florida and was so impressed, that I recommended we eat here. All Landry's are not created equal. Think twice before going to this restaurant until they fix the kitchen and the management.
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