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Dean Mullins
Attended School of Hard Knocks
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Of course I already knew this.  Quote:
"Most of the key muscles used to hold knee bones in place reside in the thigh. Ever notice that chicks that ride bikes have nice thighs? There’s a reason!"
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The new BMW R 1200 Starbuck Edition perfect  those that like their frappes with herbal aromatic infusions.

It's a joke people, don't get too upset.
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Ha ha. That is funny. Being wired on a motorcycle might be dangerous though!

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I'm going to start working on what I have to do in a few years.
Starting today I will dedicate every extra penny to my goal
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Completely true! No doubt about it.
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The transparency standards for an NFL quarterback rising higher than for the Secretary of State surely speaks to the bread-and-circuses quality of modern America.
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#FCC to America: We passed it, Now you can read it! #NetNeutrality http://po.st/Wp3Bk1 via @AllenWestRepub
If you relish your freedom, you will take the time to read this. #NetNeutrality
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The president may have assumed that companies would simply absorb the cost of his employer mandate. But companies cannot conjure out of thin air the thousands or millions of dollars needed to comply with the president’s diktats.

As long as Obamacare and its employer mandate exist, working Americans will continue to pay a hefty price.
If Obamacare had never become law, scores of working-class Americans would be logging more hours and making more money. The main culprit is Obamacare's employer mandate. This year, companies with 100 or more employees must provide all who put in 30 or more hours a week "affordable" insurance that meets Obamacare's generous coverage standards. Next year, the rule will apply to companies with 50 or more workers.
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Computer cut, high quality films. A knife is never brought near your car, this shop is very professional and clean. I highly recommend Tint Magic for people who care about their cars and expect high quality work!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I am glad people are caring for those less fortunate people in our community!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I switched from Walgreens to here And the service is subpar
Quality: Very GoodAppeal: Very GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Over rated. They focus on quantity, not taste! We had tons of food, but everyone at my table of 10 agreed that the food was bland.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The best thing about this place is the amazing diecast car collection, that alone makes it a must see attraction. The food is ok, think iHop quality. The staff are very friendly, but they get over worked during peek hours such as Saturday mornings. I also love the names of the food (12 pages worth), if you are an old style Formula 1 fan like me, you will fall in love with this place.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago