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Samantha LeBlanc
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Thank science, logic, and all that is good in this world.
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I've been MIA from Google+ for a while now and after returning today to see what I was missing, I'm starting to feel like I'm a little too young for this platform of social media. Do any other 20-somethings feel this way as well?

I have already uncircled people that I felt were a little old for me, or are just not in line with my general interests. Any other tips/suggestions? Am I just too young to "get it"?
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Good point! I guess the age thing is more of an observation. Here's more explanation:

I've added circles that I thought were in line with my interests and 'top contributors' etc. but I'm finding a lot of those people are significantly older (late 30's through 50's maybe?). Example: I added a "Music Lovers" circle and found people just reposting several Youtube videos of mainstream music (or older mainstream music). I guess I had hoped that circle would have gotten me interested in more underground, classical, or lesser known genres. I don't want to see 7 posts from #80sTHURSDAY! or whatever, I want to discover new music genres and songs. Another example: I may be interested in an article someone shares, but the person's commentary turns me off. It seems people are very passionate one way or another, which is totally fine, but it's almost to a point of exclusion for me. Maybe it's a generational thing?

I've also found that my other social media sites have less solicitation, which is a huge turn off for me.
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He talked to her of the great waste of years between then and now.  A long time gone.  And it was pointless, he said, to think how those years could have been put to better use, for he could hardly have put them to worse.  There was no recovering them now.  You could grieve endlessly for the loss of time and for the damage done therein.  For the dead, and for your own lost self.  But what the wisdom of ages says is that we do well not to grieve on and on.  And those old ones knew a thing or two and had some truth to tell, Inman said, for you can grieve your heart out and in the end you are still where you were.  All you grief hasn’t changed a thing.  What you have lost will not be returned to you.  It will always be lost.  You’re left with only your scars to mark the void.  All you can choose to do is go on or not.  But if you go on, it’s knowing you carry your scars with you.  Nevertheless, over all those wasted years, he had held in his mind the wish to kiss her there at the back of her neck, and now he had done it.  There was a redemption of some kind, he believed, in such completely fulfillment of a desire so long deferred.

-Charles Frazier
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Brace yourselves... I cancelled my Spotify Premium account and am in the process of buying most (if not all) of those songs on here.  In the meantime, enjoy!
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Even Pacman didn't know how easy it was to be followed on social networks!
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I chose this place because it is literally 2 minutes away from my home. I scheduled a first visit cleaning and the girl assured me I would be out within 45 minutes after I made her aware I had another appointment. When I showed up for the cleaning, turns out it was a new patient appointment and the hygienist told me usually these are at least an hour to two hours long. I felt bad but I had to rush the entire thing because the person scheduling my appointment messed up. Strike one. On my first appointment, they told me I needed almost $5000 worth of work done, but "Don't worry, you have *great* insurance!". I got some of the bigger fillings done that they insisted I needed. I also had to prepay a portion (almost $400) to hold my appointment spot. Ok, whatever, here you go. The front desk told me, hey great, now you come in and won't owe anything when you're leaving. Wrong. As I'm leaving, I'm told I owe another almost $200 for a nightguard that was not in my estimate or on the treatment plan that I prepaid for the day before. Numb, drooling on myself, and needing to get to work, I put it on a credit card and left. A few days later I realized they had pretty much maxed out my dental benefits for the entire year, and it was only February. Sincerely hope I don't smash my teeth or need any emergency work done! Strike two. Strike three came somewhere between the constant phone calls to get the remainder of my work done, despite me telling them I would contact them when I had the funds. Or maybe it happened when the hygienist was rude and treated me like a child when I went in for a standard cleaning, not to mention it was one of the roughest cleanings I've had (and I let my sister practice on me when she was in dental hygiene school). Maybe it was the time they offered a 10% discount, charged me up front, and then as I was leaving they told me good news, I had a $100 credit on my account! Oh, you mean the $100 I charged to my credit card to secure another appointment? It also could be that time I told them I needed to cancel my appointment and they wouldn't do it. Finally I got new dental insurance and darn, Russo isn't covered. Tried to cancel my appointment again and they tell me "It's ok, we'll still file with your insurance." Uh, how about no? I hate to pull out the 'rude' card, but I had to just to cancel my appointment. The last straw, and why I will never recommend this dental factory to anyone, is that they can't even send my treatment plan and files to my new office. They've tried emailing it a bunch of times and it doesn't go through. They wouldn't work with the new office to find a resolution, so I had to call and tell them how to email large files. Due to the fact that the front staff can't get their stuff together, my new office had to cancel my appointment until they receive my files, which Village Dental still has no idea on how to send. Such amazing continuation of care!
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Always a good time at Spanked Puppy! The drinks are always good and the bartenders are prompt and friendly. I've only been here for drinks so I can't really say much about the food. Just keep in mind it's a townie bar (and a damn good one at that).
Atmosphere: GoodDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
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I went here once or twice but stopped because the pizza was greasy to the point where the crust was soaked. I had a sub and it was huge, but nothing overly remarkable. I felt a little ripped off with the prices.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago