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Jack Judge
Attended St Marys College
Lives in Vancouver
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This mashup really works well I'm liking it a lot.
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Fantastic idea and well executed, good job.
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No insightful commentary, just that this really made my day.
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Nice  Demo !
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I miss the phillipines .
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The concept's good but it could lull people into a false sense of security. Your tweets (etc) might automatically delete after a set amount of time but it doesn't stop people retweeting or otherwise archiving and sharing your profound words of wisdom, or more probably your "OMG, I was SOOOOO drunk..."pix
The golden rule is that once something is posted online it's available forever and to everyone. As online tech gets more advanced it's also getting easier to find these pearls of wisdom / drunken pix.
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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.............................
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Dear Mrs Oliver,
Thank you for giving the world your son.
Sincerely,
The World
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+Demauscian And John Oliver said, "Let there be Bud Light Lime." And there was Bud Light Lime. And it was terrible.
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Romney considering a 2016 run say close allies. Thinks current field weak
For most of the past year, Mitt Romney supporters have publicly said he should consider running again. And for most of the past year, Romney has seemed uninterested. Until recently. While some people close to Romney insist he hasn’t moved from saying he has no plans to run, the 2012 Republican nominee has sounded at least open to the idea in...
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I lived and worked in Amsterdam for a while in the mid 90s, it was one of the best times of my life. My respect for the Dutch became genuine affection and I revisited the city many times over the next ten years.
So this news has really shocked me to the core. It's like discovering that your favourite uncle makes his living selling donkey porn.
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Education
  • St Marys College
    2013
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Male
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Friends, Dating, A relationship, Networking
Birthday
January 15
Other names
"Stop snogging my wife", not strictly a name I know but I hear it an awful lot
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A man of simple tastes, I like pretty dark haired women and breakfast food
Introduction
You laugh because I'm different.
I laugh because you're all the same.
Bragging rights
Had a sawn off shotgun shoved at my face in my first job. Three months later it happened again. Work experience really meant something in those days. Worked for a couple of years in the adult entertainment industry and yes I was in a couple of movies. Sorry to disappoint you mum.
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Vancouver
Previously
London - Paris - Amsterdam - Liverpool - Dallas - dubai - singapore
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Worst ever online shopping experience. They took my money and I didn't get my goods. UPS screwed up the delivery coz Thinkgeek put *their* phone number down as the contact so I had no idea its waiting in a depot til UPS ship it across the continent to their only unclaimed depot in Canada and won't send it to me without authorisation from Thinkgeek. Of course no one can get hold of anyone at Thinkgeek, phones don't get answered, the online chat has wait times of over an hour then disconnects you. There's no email contact so what am I supposed to do ? Never again.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The only time I shop here is when I need something Immediately and the nearby NCIX doesnt have anything in stock. I've had a few bad experiences there, including being sold a Dyson that was ex demo but wasn't labelled as such and had a broken charging unit. Most of the staff don't know what they're selling and if you have any inquiries about any items they will always, always, *always* fob you off onto one of their colleagues "they know more about (insert item name) than I do." Guys, you sell a limited range of white goods, home entertainment products and a small number of mainstream computer items. It's not difficult to familiarise yourself with your own inventory.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Despite the name this place does *NOT* serve doner kebabs, it just serves the usual donair type wraps as every other place. The guy even tried to put houmous on mine! On a so-called doner kebab ?? Plus their "spicy" sauce is a pretty weak watery red gruel that a baby could guzzle.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This is about as authentic as Salisbury steak is to sirloin. The food is tasty enough but it ain't Indian. When you ask for a Chicken Vindaloo and you're asked how spicy you want it, that should be your first warning sign. It's a Vindaloo, you don't get to grade how hot it is, it's part of the recipe, otherwise it's not a vindaloo. The garlic naan was soft and soggy, actually wet, and despite being covered in garlic it was surprisingly bland. We also had a Chicken dopiaza which to be honest tasted more like Mexican food than Indian. Our entire order was ready in 20 minutes, that should've been our second warning sign, these dishes take time to cook properly. A preparation time of 20 mins means someone's reheating stuff in a microwave or more likely warming up a generic canned sauce to pour over some meat. Adding insult to injury this place ain't cheap. Will we going back ? I don't know about you but I've made much harder decisions than that today.
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I'm a daytime regular. The food isn't fancy but it's done well and the portions are generous. The range of draught beers is decent though craft beer snobs will probably turn up their noses in a typically self entitled fashion. Pros: it's a drinking bar not a drunks bar. "it does what it says on the tin" - Brits will get that. staff are usually friendly Cons: sometimes the service can be iffy, depends if the staff who are used to working day shifts are on, or if they're getting night shift staff to cover. I've met some interesting people here and had some memorable chats. The background music is pretty good, the staff have good taste. The VPD (the local plod) frequent thia place during the day, dunno if that's a plus or minus for you dear reader but it makes it one of the safer bars on the strip..
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Found this place thanks to earlier reviews via Google maps. Loved it, real old school. This place has been a barbers for over a hundred years and it's been decorated at least once in that time. There is nothing fancy here, what there is, is a great haircut, friendly staff, great price and an overall attention to detail you simply don't get at mall based hairdressers charging twice the price. Opens at midday, and there was a queue by 12:15, this place is popular and there's a reason for that.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago