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J. D. Snyder
Works at MSU Center for Community and Economic Development
Attended Michigan State University
Lives in Lansing, MI
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Super neat stuff. I'm almost certain I went to the 1962 Soup Bowl game at U of D that you have the program for.
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  • Michigan State University
    1990
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Policy researcher and analyst
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  • MSU Center for Community and Economic Development
    Project Director, 2007 - present
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Lansing, MI
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I like the spaciousness of the theaters and seats are comfy. But the memorabilia takes kitsch to an altogether new level. That stuff was just plain weird. But you can't beat the admission prices. I think Quentin Tarantino would love the place. And that's a compliment. Would be nice if they had more seats in the lobby/waiting area.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I'm a big Biggby's fan and longtime super-regular in East Lansing. I was in Warren for a conference and stopped at this store for the first time. I was finally going to get my morning cappuccino at the end of the day. It was around 5pm. I asked the barrista if she knew how to make a dry cap, and she said she thought she could. But she handed off the order to a male barrista. He put it on the counter and said cappuccino. I picked it up and it was full of milk. It was more like a latte. I put it back down and said, Not even close. His response was what's with your attitude? I replied I was the customer and he was the barrista. (I'm also about 40 years older than this person.) And I told him to forget making another one and asked for my money back from the female barrista who was at the register. I did eat my muffin sitting at a table, and thought he might apologize during the 10 minutes I sat there (but certainly didn't expect him to, given his overall arrogant demeanor). This was one of the worst experiences I've ever had in a service situation . Needless to say, I won't go back.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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