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Misty Moncrief
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Had to defend it yesterday wit all I had but I made it there today!!
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DING!
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Hacked my third one today! 
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They're still novel to many.
Let's be happy with them!
I continue to post in local hangouts every so often when I get so many of a relatively unique item
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Hey, I love the missions they make going out with the Kids a family event! However, the interface really needs some work. It would be awesome if you could search for missions, or sort by distance, or even reviews. Several times I've scoped out missions to try at home only to be left searching for that mission again later when in the field. Also would be nice if you got just a lil xp for completing the missions, just saying ;) Thanks!
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+Misty Moncrief I just had another look at mine and your right there doesn't seem to be any useful order to them.  Seems like they are listed in the order they were submitted.  So the list is of no use to anyone living in anything bigger than a small town.  We have 13 in our small town alone, hate to think how many you are searching through.

Which leaves the only real option is to memorise exactly which portal is the first one in the mission.  
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Oh my Juliet would freak for a second frozen.
 
Frozen 2: IGN briefly chats with Kristen Bell about her desire to create an awkwardly feisty character in Frozen & what she'd like to see in a potential sequel: http://bit.ly/NiyZFl
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Super cute. But why do I have an urge to take it with me into the burning funeral procession of my dead husbands body??? Creepy
 
A canister always pays its debts. Game of Thrones Dragon Egg Canister: http://j.mp/IKQWdS
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Just download the series, Chris. I know you can do that even if you don't read...
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Hello, Misticle here doing my official introduction. I play in London mostly around Chiswick. Started the game about two to three weeks ago after a friend from the states got me hooked. Been enjoying it so far and have made some acquaintances on the comm.
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Hi! We've chatted on conms :) welcome to team frog!
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My best record yet.

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You can try first portals whit one, and when you know, higher portals
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And back to inventorying the house. 
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Garage sale! 15917 Megan. Everything Must Go!
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I want my Amazon packages delivered by drones. Then I can stick my head outside and say "hello? Are you still there?".
 
A potential problem for the mooted Amazon delivery drones... http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/5379
Have you seen all that stuff in the news about Amazon's proposed new delivery method? At first glance, it looked like an April Fool's joke – but then I remembered it was December. My money's on it being a project that nobody intends to come to fruition; but a very clever bit of marketing for a ...
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This would be a cute way to decorate for the holidays without buying tons of mugs. +Lane Cyboron
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Chiswick, London, United Kingdom
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Belton MO
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The Greatest Thing You Can Ever Learn Is To Love And Be Loved In Return.
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One Half of the amazing partnership that makes up our amazing marriage that has grown to include two children and over ten years of love. Personally working towards an Elementary Education degree with Fort Hays State University Online with a Minor in Special Education and Possibly English as a Second Language. In my free time I am also using Duolingo to work on learning German.
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Stay at home MOM
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Parenting, Knitting, Precrastination, and a perfect Spouse :D
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  • Stay At Home Mom
    Mother of Two, present
    I am currently raising a toddler, an infant, and an engineer ;)
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Misticle
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Crib didn't come with a sheet, the fitted sheet came off the bed while sleeping, and the breakfast was disappointing. Other than those minor set backs was a wonderful stay.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Like walking into another reality. You enter the gates and are immediately greeted with such a beautiful relaxing environment. Worth every penny.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
we went on a Saturday and was a bit disappointed. First of all the facility breaks the play area up into three age groups(0-2)(2-4)(5+) in my opinion the staff is out of touch with the children's ages. There is nothing for baby babies at all aside from a few dirty bouncers. My daughter who is 3.5 years spent twenty minutes in the 3 year area and was bored. I asked a staff member if she could play in the over five area. I was told that I would have to accompanie her, which was not an option since I had my 5month old with me as well. Eventually I noticed that the kids just ran where ever they wanted anyways aside from the rules. I finally just let my daughter go off and have fun. So, the three different age groups is pretty much pointless as everyone does as they want. The equipment is dirty, the ball pit looks like it's been a while since it's last cleaning if it ever had one, ( no, automatic cleaner) the netting on the wobbly bridges have been sloppily mended from tears ( doesn't look too safe), and apparent Cobb Webb's and inches of dust can be seen in corners and crevices never mind the load of what looks like garbage bags and unusable equipment behind the big slide. Its also good to know that the "pram park" is outdoors and you will need to either rent a lock or bring your own. I wouldn't chance leaving your pram unlocked, I left my rain cover on my pram and when I came back to it the rain cover was lifted and the cozy sock riffled through in what I can only assume was someone looking for hidden goods. The pram also detaches from my trolley and someone had tried to detach the pram from the base as it was unlocked and loose when I returned. Luckily I had strung the chain through the bottom of the pram basket. Overall I don't think we will be returning, just not worth the trouble.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is a wonderful school, I could not ask more of them. The staff is always friendly, the facility is always clean and in good repair, and best of all the teachers treat each child as an individuals.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Can't get an order right to save thier lives.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Love them.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
we went to this location on the last weekend of the Winter half term break. The place was packed full of children and was crazy. However, The equipment seemed clean, staff was always present and attentive. I particularly liked that they had staff stationed in various "problem" areas such as the big slide, under fives, and jumping castle to make sure everyone was staying safe. We had a blast and had no complaints with the facilities at all. We did eat at the cafe and found the food was acceptable, I recommend the chips they are pretty good. The food is priced as I would expect, your not going to get a bagain but we didn't go there for the food. I was surprised by the quality of activities for children it kept my 3.5 yo active for hours. As long as your up for the chaos of children its worth the money especially in winter.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago