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Keith Keber
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Y'know, or poor upbringing
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OMG. A friend just posted this video to the social-media-that-shall-not-be-named while I was in a parking lot waiting for the wife to come out of the store. I laughed so hard I wheezed. People gave me concerned looks as they passed. 

People tell me this is disgusting, but what makes it any more disgusting than any other gravy boat?
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So many unanswered questions. The county clerk apologizes to the people who received the summonses, but will he apologize to the sex hotline? BTW, who is going to pay for those people who stayed on the line when it was CLEARLY NOT the county clerk's office, racking up phone bills at $4/min?
Hundreds of southeastern Mississippi citizens received jury summons that incorrectly instructed them to call a sex hotline.
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Was John McCain a key player in covering up 500+ POWs America left behind after Southeast Asian war? Hard nuts to those conservatives who read this: if true (and there is a LOT of evidence it's true), it casts a whole new light on Presidents from Nixon through George H.W. Bush and it excoriates the Right's current main "hero": Dick Cheney.

Note: I am considered a political "liberal", but this article is from +The American Conservative  , and it is written by Sydney Schanberg, the journalist most famous for being featured in the movie, " +The Killing Fields (1984) b ". So my source is not exactly +Mother Jones.

While this is pretty explosive, every American, young and old, should know about how expediently the military and the government will abandon their soldiers (and by extension, the soldier's families) if they become POWs. Especially now that we are talking about opening up the draft to women.
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Oh, god. I just can't… I don't care who you support, this is freakin' funny.
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Whether or not you believe this statement issued by a private news organization with close ties to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps is the question. I have wracked my brain trying to figure out some specific way that it would benefit Iran politically to lie about this, but came up empty.

However, the level of disbelief about this story (at least in the United States) might be moderated with the release of documentation about this alleged communication with Republicans. E-mails, texts, names, dates or any other traceable documentation relating to the actual communication would be quite damning.
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani said a recent prisoner exchange between Iran and the US went ahead as planned despite calls by Republicans for a delay until US presidential elections.
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I agree but most political stunts like this are staged (if they really are staged) for some benefit, some leverage. Unless this particular disclosure was the result of some kind of Iranian blackmail-gone-bad ploy against U.S. politicians (or perhaps vice-versa: to use to the advantage of the other Party) I think it's a really good idea to parse out what it means.

But without evidence/documentation, it's easy to write it off. I think that would be a mistake.
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The clearest explanation I've ever found of how automotive transmissions work. If you can't understand this, you're probably a libtard.
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  • Barncats Networks
    sole proprietor, 2005 - present
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    Uverse Tier2 Support CSR, 2007 - 2010
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    mail carrier, 1987 - 2005
  • Legal Process & Courier Service
    independent contractor, 1984 - 1987
  • Oddfellows Home of California
    Driver, Assistant Activities Coordinator, 1982 - 1987
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Focused, enthusiastic and open to new information. A strong affinity for organizations structured in a consilient hierarchy (i.e., startups :-). Please feel free to contact me to ask about my personal information. Thank you for your interest.
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My life illuminated, my path guided, by an abundance of intelligent, caring people. LOL, I guess I can brag about how grateful I am!
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    Laser Technology, 1976 - 1978
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These guys are great. Went in there looking for a second-hand appliance— a dehumidifier; none of the other second-hand places in Port Angeles had one. Angeles Pawn did have one, but it was too expensive for me. They let me negotiate the price down to a level I could afford, and now a family in a difficult situation with a one-year old baby boy has what they need to help keep that kid healthy until they find better conditions. I didn't get the names of the guys who helped me out, but one of them is the owner. I know they are not running a charity there. But as far as I'm concerned, both of them are solid good guys. I'll be bringing them back a picture of the family they helped. And if I ever need to pawn anything, I'll be headed over there. And if I ever scrape up enough money to buy that beautiful Ovation guitar hanging over their counter I'll also be back. Meanwhile, I want to support businesses like this, so here's my review.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Went on the recommendation of a friend. Locate the place on Google maps before going, knowing how to get there will increase your enjoyment and decrease your traffic stress. <br><br> It is surprisingly small inside, but in a cozy way. Very intimate setting. When we were there, there was a lot of latin music playing (which was fine with me, I LOVE latin music), but sometimes made it a little hard to hold a conversation. <br><br> The crew were all highly personable and friendly. If you are unfamiliar with Cuban/South American food, you'll scrutinize the menu for some time before coming to a decision. No problem, the staff are patient. All of it looks good. It took a while for the food to come, but it was worth every minute.<br><br> I ordered the Pabellón, spiced shredded steak with black beans, rice and two small fried ripened plantains sprinkled with queso blanco. The meal was like nothing I have ever tasted before. Absolutely delicious. The fried plantains were a treat; I'd never eaten plantain before. The rice (a pilaf) was astoundingly tasty. I could easily have made an entire meal of it. The beans were perfect; easy on the onions, heavy on the garlic just the way I like them, all in a very tasty sauce. The Pabellón was not quite spicy enough for me, so enter the champion of the meal: a habanero sauce that is out of this world. Not for everyone— it's pretty hot. But if you like spicy food, do NOT miss that sauce. It wound up on my fried plantains, and my rice as well as on the Pabellón, LOL. Did I mention how delicious it all was? Oh, and definitely try out a Bastidos, a fruit shake. I had one of mango, and it was a treat.<br><br> My wife went vegetarian. She ordered the Berenjena en Coco, sautéed eggplant and vegetables in a coconut sauce that was remarkable. When I first tried a piece of her zucchini, it struck me as too sweet, but it was followed immediately by a citrus-y flavor that combined with the initial sweetness to knock my socks off. It was amazing, and I don't even like eggplant. She also loved the habanero sauce and the rice. The tostones were a little tough, but flavorful, with dabs of tart/sweet relish-y mojito sauce on top. <br><br> The portions were perfect for us. We typically bring home leftovers when we eat out, but at Mojito, we finished everything. In fact, our experience there was so near perfect that giving this place less than five stars would be a gross disservice to readers. <br><br> Yelp shows Mojito with two dollar signs, meaning "moderately priced". I think it's a little more expensive than that. Our meals together ran a total of $45 (including a generous tip for all the excellence). Well worth it though, and we will definitely return. I have to try the passionfruit Bastidos, the Ceviche Mojito and the Cubanito!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
They found and fixed problem with our Suzuki Aerio's AWD system. Turns out the seller had tried to fix it and couldn't. So they sold us the car without telling us. Thanks to J&L, driving this car in the snow is now a TOTAL revelation! J&L Tire in Johnson Creek: 1. high mechanical competence. 2. very fair prices
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Clean and well-maintained, Richmond Beach Park is an excellent place to walk and birdwatch. Park at the first lot (at the top of the hill), walk down the hill and over the railroad tracks to the beach. You can fool around on the beach if you want, maybe swim. The water's pretty nice close to the shore in the summer. On the way back up, walk over the tracks and head north through the lower parking lot to find the trailhead at the north end. Take the trail to the left (heading NNW) to the end, then double back and bear to the left going uphill (due east). The trail ends at a steep par-course, with 126 steps to the top and exercise stations along the way. Once you've reached the top, you can go back down the hill again to the second parking lot, with its well-tended grassy areas— stretch, relax, enjoy the view and have a picnic maybe. Overall, a great place to spend a few hours at least, with playground equipment for the kids, too!
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: Very GoodService: Very Good
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reviewed 2 years ago