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Getting a Little Exercise In

Just the average day for me.

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We're already halfway through the week!  Have a good Wednesday everybody :)
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The Funniest Article I Have Read in 2014

Read this nowhttp://wojdylosocialmedia.com/tweeters-cool-adults-guide-staying-fresh-internet/

If you think this gif is funny you will absolutely love this article. I am going to start using the phrase keyboard waffle instead of hashtags. There are some gems in here by +Kelsey Weekman.

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Now That is Some Horse Power

I have no idea where I find these things.

That said, car accidents and truck accidents are a huge part of personal injury law. If you are a lawyer that needs help ranking in Google search this resource should be of great use to you: http://wojdylosocialmedia.com/personal-injury-lawyer-seo-social-media-services/

Also, feel free to reach out to me at jwojdylo@gmail.com if you would like to retain my services.

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Los Intocables (The Untouchables) 

"The first image refers to pedophilia in the Vatican. Second child sexual abuse in tourism in Thailand, and the third refers to the war in Syria. The fourth image refers to the trafficking of organs on the black market, where most of the victims are children from poor countries; fifth refers to weapons free in the U.S.. And finally, the sixth image refers to obesity, blaming the big fast food companies.
The new series produced by Cuban artist Erik Ravelo was titled as "The Untouchables", are photographs of children crucified for his supposed oppressors, each for a different reason and a clear message, seeks to reaffirm the right of children to be protected and report abuse suffered by them especially in countries such as Brazil, Syria, Thailand, United States and Japan"
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It's Friiiiiiiiiday!

Here we go again. Time to hit up some lacrosse games and just relax. What are your weekend plans?

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Time For This Guy To Hit The Pool

Sayonara, Google+. See you on the flip side. Time to work on my glow.

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I have always been a fan of good clothing and trendy gadgets so when I saw my brother in law, wearing his new, tailored suit I had to ask him where he got his hands on it. I was a little set back at first when he told me that he bought it from a tailor in Bangkok but if my brother was happy, I was going to give it a try too. My company finally sent me to Bangkok for an assignment a few weeks ago and I finally got chance to meet Crown & team. I was greeted well by the staff and later on found out it was Mana, the owner – a very humble, soft spoken guy, unlike many business owners. I told him about how I got to know about his store from my brother quite a while ago and he was able to look up my brothers order for me to replicate the suit too. At first, I was so overwhelmed that I was not sure what to pick and what to drop in my limited budget, but he helped me through, giving me suggestions on what design and color would suit me and my skin tone apart from the one I wanted like my brother. I ended up buying more than a suit, and also bought a couple of shirts as well. I’m sure at a later stage, I may need to get some more – so keep my sizes on file guys! When my order was completed, I was a little embarrassed to ask Mana to change the buttons of my suit since I had insisted on those, where as Mana advised me otherwise (and I went with his choice in the end) but he did not mind it at all and instead asked me if I wanted any further changes. Mana sure knows what he’s doing and I’m impressed he took the time to go through everything with me. Thank you Mana for offering such an haute and exceedingly smart clothing brand, yet being so down to earth that I think every customer of yours must be feeling the same way I do. Way to go guys!!! Wish you all the best and see you again the next time I’m in Bangkok! We’ll keep in touch on facebook until then! I love your company page by the way!
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This is the best service in clothing that I have found in the Jalan Ampang area and that too after a lot of searching. Every tailor shop claims that they are the best tailoring and clothing option for you. However, I have personally tried Lord’s tailor and found them satisfactory at many levels. I visited them after I had one of my suits ruined by another tailor. I needed my suit prepared urgently and they gave me the response I was looking for. They have very friendly staff. It was fun to interact and explain to them what I wanted. They proved to be the best service that I have received in tailoring and clothing in a long time.
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Tapas has to be one of those places where the taste meets expectations every time. The serving, the interior of the place, arrangement, service and what not, everything is excellent at Tapas. However, taste is a major highlight here. The menu has fine variety of items. I must say that I have been at Tapas for a number of times, each time I ordered a different item from the menu to try something new, and impressively I have not been disappointed even once. Everything that I have been served at Tapas is extremely good at taste. I will recommend a visit to Tapas to anyone who is looking for a bite of Fast Food in particular.
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Many places in Islamabad offer fast food, but Captain Cooks stands out from the rest specifically due to its environment. I will specially recommend it as a place for families and friends who are looking to avoid cheap crowd. The menu and taste are both good enough. The menu has got pretty much most of the item, which people are generally looking for. However, I personally believe they can put in a few more items in the menu to keep up with the competition outside. There are no issues with the taste, in fact, the food is great but I will rate Captain Cook high for its environment than for its taste and menu.
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