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When in doubt, App-V it.
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Anyone have a suggestion on how to deal with obvious GPS hackers?  Twice during my route last night - well in the dark of night - I had a phantom opposing player appear and deploy resonators with not a single other soul in sight.
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Rolf, Niantic has explained that this is a shaper induced anomaly and is not considered cheating.
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Big-O - a grand hand to end the night on.
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Bad drafting, worse playing.
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We're still playing poker, and the live camera is still on the game.  Also, lots of Lodden bets in progress. 
CASH PLAY - No-Limit Hold'em, Pot-Limit Omaha, and the occasional dealer's choice game. No money EVER kept by the house. We send players to $1500 events at the World Series of Poker.
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So I keep pondering Android 4.0 car stereos, but I can't seem to find the model I want.  I have a simple criteria.  Android 4.0 or higher.  6.2" or greater CAPACITIVE screen with hard buttons for VOLUME, menu, back, etc., WIFI, GPS, BT and front-panel USB.  There are a number of models that come close, but not QUITE seem to hit the mark.   A simple "close but no cigar" device can be found below.

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I've looked at a lot of these, and none of them quite meet all my criteria.  I'm also an avid XM listener -- and have been pretty much since inception.  [The Delphi XM Roadie was state of the art in 2003.]  I can easily move to XM on demand and other streaming services for music while getting a cheap navigation upgrade.  I've already got a Kenwood DDX-514, so I need to keep a lot of the functionality, but I'm not going to press the button a $400 toy until I get the last couple features I want.

I can easily tether my phone to provide streaming data, but I'd probably also end up moving to either an account and external data for the unit itself, or I'd just permanently plant a hotspot of some sort in the car.  There's a few per-byte no-monthly providers of hotspots, but they're all 3G right now.   $45 gets you three gigs with no end date. 

http://www.internet-go.com/

Pandora, for example, takes 35 megs per hour to listen to.  That's only 85 hours of Pandora.  XM Online could be as much as 60 megs/hour, meaning only 50 hours.  If you're not a heavy "live" listener, you'd benefit on prepaid gigs, but a monthly plan might work better for higher data usage.
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Slowly grinding.... Level 4
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Level 1.  I wish I could play more, but there no easily accessible portals near work/home and I rarely have the time to drive around chasing them.  Ingress seems to be a fun game but it's tough for the casual player.
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They might have used a little too much packing material.
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Wow. I thought the box I got last week was bad (3/4 packing, 1/4 product) but this is nuts.
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  • Dignity Health
    End User Computing Architect, present
  • dignity health
    1997 - 2013
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Phoenix, AZ
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I must say that I wasn't impressed. We ordered nearly one of everything on the menu (thanks to my lunch accomplices), and it was pretty hit and miss. Only the sausage and brisket stood out among fairly "to be expected" BBQ food. It was all tender and juicy, but it lacked any wow-factor. You'd better hope you like their "sause" or you're out of luck. Decor was interesting, but folding chairs and picnic tables are only interesting - not comfortable, and difficult to seat large parties during busy hours. Service was done with a smile and you had plenty of purchasing and sampling options -- but it was limited to a single interaction at the point-of-sale counter. After that you're on your own. Most of our enjoyment came from watching an endless wave of customers fail to correctly operate the roll of paper that provided your place-mats.
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Your basic strip-mall affair. $8.05 for a sit-down meal with a soda and tax. $10 and change after tip. It was pretty much the same meal you'd get at any other generic Chinese restaurant in this part of the world. Lunch special with choice of soup, spring roll, crab puff (not pictured, eaten!) and a scoop of rice. It wasn't on the lunch special, but there were some soup bowls scattered around the room, and by the looks of them, pho was on the menu as well. So, maybe a nice bowl of broth next time I'm there. All in all though, quite tasty. I'd put the actual quality and taste of the food a notch above middle of the road. I'm giving it a 2, but only to save 3 for the awesome places.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
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