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Last night's storms over Boise, Idaho.
Captured with my Samsung Galaxy SIII.
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I look forward to your new successes with this new direction. I support you all the way, Luria!!!
We’re working behind the scenes to crank out the content and get Geeks Life ready to go in its fully functional state! Look for that in the next two weeks. In the meantime, I wanted to let you know WHAT you can expect from the show. Geeks Life “Geek” = Passion We all geek out about something! Whether it’s food, ... Read More
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Whether it's new news or simply gossip, this little car might be a good thing once other manufacturers start building something like it on their own. After all, if you cannot afford a simple MacBook Pro, how are you going to afford the iMove?
Out of curiosity, what powers this thing? ...Apple Juice?
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I want to give a shout out to all my brothers and sisters who served and/or still serving in the Armed Forces, especially to the memory of those who paid the ultimate price - their life to protect the Constitution of this Great Nation. God Bless all who served and God Bless these Great United States of America! 
JD Stewart, FC3 US Navy Medically Retired. 
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Of course, I'll take a cookie, Carol! I've seen what you when you're around the flowers!!! ;)
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A co-worker shared this news with everyone at work today. Please share with your G+ Circles, Twitter, Facebook, church, etc and visit his GoFundMe link and give if you can. 

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Hello everyone,

Sorry this is so impersonal but it is imperative I reach as many people as possible, as quickly as possible.  I am the Maintenance Supervisor / Food Service Coordinator / Safety Officer at COSSA in Wilder Idaho (http://www.cossaschools.org).  

This is a very difficult subject to talk about so I would ask we only speak without anybody else around.  I am trying to remain strong for my wife and daughter (who are overseas) , we are on schedule to finally get them immigrated here as early as June that's the good news.  The bad news is, my wife is in stage 4 breast cancer and getting worse by the day.  I don't know if she will be with us by then.  I have started a GoFundMe account http://www.gofundme.com/oh3ldk to try and raise funds.  I am not asking anyone to give, you are welcome to and appreciated if you do, but it is my hope that you could put this link on your Facebook or out to your contacts.  In the Philippines there is no such thing as government assistance, welfare, medical insurance, legal assistance, most of us work in or with Idaho Education so you know I am not rolling in cash and just trying to get the word out. I have no idea what it will truly cost more or less than my goal???

Anyway, I appreciate your taking the time to read and consider this. All the prayers that you can generate is most certainly welcome.

Thank you all so much!
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In addition to acting, Mr. Nimoy directed films; published poetry, autobiographies and books of photography; and recorded music.
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First off, I'm overweight. I'm not a sports enthusiast and certainly do not look it either. I'm a Disabled US Navy Veteran bone-cancer survivor with a prosthetic leg brace that has a hinged ankle tearing up the back of my shoe. I Google'd shoe repair in Boise and McU Sports was the closest store near my office. I rode my motorcycle down and walked in. Someone in shorts (no name badge or identifiable indicators that he worked there) called out across the store if I was looking for something. I approached him and asked if he worked there and he acknowledged. ...that was the extent of the nice part of my visit. I asked if they did show repair as they advertise. The woman standing by the cash register looked me up and down and said, "Birkenstock only. You'll have to go somewhere else like Riebe's." I looked at the gentleman and asked if they could at least shore up the back of my shoe. The woman piped up (once again, I wasn't even near her nor talking to her) with the same comment, "Riebe. You'll just have to go somewhere else." With that, I was dismissed. Rude, seemingly judgmental, and not offering me any other options other than "...go somewhere else." I have a healthy budget for this request and could have spent most of it right here! They lost a great client/customer!
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I took my cousin's word this place would be safe for my family...it was NOT! The 1st room were sent to was so disgusting. I found a syringe on the floor behind the front door when I tried to close it. The door wouldn't even close all the way. It wouldn't lock. So, I went to the front office to request a different "clean" room and the kid running the window acted as if I dishonored his family. After trying to get additional money from me, he finally assigned us to another room, just 2 doors down from the first. Let's just say at least the door closed. It wouldn't lock, but it did close all the way. The bathroom was disgusting. Hair from different origins lay all about. We decided to leave and sleep in the car. At least the car was clean and could be locked.
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It's been over 25 years since I've been there but I still rave about the ride to this day!!! It's the longest all wooden railroad-style roller coaster. It was one heck of a BUMPY ride!!! I LOVED it!
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