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Stuck at a fat loss plateau? Never fear, these strategies will help you with rapid fat loss. Precision Nutrition-certified coach Eric Bach explains.
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Church Street looks a little different this morning. After much anticipation since the June announcement, the east side of Church between Wellesley and Alexander finally saw 15 parking spots temporarily removed in favour of more seating space. I stopped by yesterday many hours after the official unveiling to see eight...
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What is the best way to implement rel=auhtor on www.theptdc.com, a WordPress site? 

Facts:
- leading site for personal trainers; many leading experts contribute
- multi-author collaborative blog
- authors are the site owner (50% of posts); regular featured contributors (25%) and guest bloggers (25%)
- site is managed by the site owner; no regular access to developers (but the owner is trainable...he's a trainer!)

The site currently uses All-In-One-SEO. I was thinking of migrating to Yoast and then implementing rel=author. But would that mean the site owner would be shown as the author for all posts? 

Suggestions welcome.
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gotcha +Jesse Hollington  i agree, yes.

i think this is getting all needlessly complicated. no?
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Okay, full disclosure time. I admit it. I am the evil genius behind all this. But it's still a great deal. Save 50% or more on eyeglasses, with a personal touch from a family-run business. 
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Happy to be associated with this new consulting company: The Creative Concepts Group. 


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Daniel Freedman is our Web Strategist & Copywriter at TCCG. He helps entrepreneurs, start-ups and home business professionals find new customers online.
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My friends and clients at www.lingualinx.com have just launched  a new community that all about global marketing, translation, cultural consulting and more.

Worth a look.

Really, really.

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I know the people involved...worth checking out.
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The Good: Nice location, atmosphere, and views. Friendly and fast service. Prices are reasonable. The Bad: Generic and bland pub grub food. So-so at best. The Verdict: Was there as part of a group. We had a private room upstairs ovelooking the Bay and downtown Toronto. We all had a good time. Go for the atmosphere and company, not the food.
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reviewed a week ago
As a semi-regular, I find it almost impossible to rate this place in conventional terms. On the the one hand, many of the negative reviews are correct. Service can range from "'casual" to "bumbling" to "this is so hopeless it should be a reality show." Complaining makes matters wose. Staff can go into Seinfeldesque Soup Nazi mode. Does anyone really understand who is allowed to sit where? The rules seem to vary. Food quality is equally erratic. There are some nice options (especially on the dinner menu.) But whether the food will be be served at the correct temperature -- and even if people will get what they ordered -- is a crap shoot. So best to surrender to the island vibe and go with the flow. The staff generally tries to be helpful and the atmosphere is wonderful. It's also a bit odd that there are so many default high calorie, high starchy carb options on a menu that pruports to be healthy. If you'd like a cup of coffee with diet sugar and 2% milk, you are out of luck. But there is plenty of kale to go around -- with your fries, cinammon buns, and toast. It's just weird -- and makes no sense. So enjoy! And leave your city attitude behind.
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My experience was not a happy one. I live in the neighbourhood, and everybody is raving about how wonderful 420 Smokehouse is. Not for me. Perhaps they were having a bad night, or the chef was not yet on duty. (I was there around 5:30 PM) I ordered the half rack of St. Louis ribs, with a side order of kale. It was just awful -- almost inedible. The ribs were undercooked, cold and slathered in gloopy sauce. Whatever was supposed to have happened with the dry rub clearly hadn't. Or perhaps I got lunch leftovers that had been microwaved? The kale was mushy and overcooked. In fairness, the waitress did come by and ask how everything was. When I tried to explain my concerns, she actually tried to convince me the problem was mine! (Because I didn't understand how dry rub works.) Um, I know the difference between hot and cold. The waitress did ask if I wanted something else -- after she had finished insulting me. But at the point I just wanted to end the whole thing, and declined. Morale of the story: Don't serve cold food. And don't insult customers. I am unable to recommend this place to neighbours.
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Public - 2 years ago
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It worked for me! The enthusiastic courier showed up on time -- and seemed happy to be there. What more can you ask? Highly recommended!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Over the top quality and great value. I got two pairs of glasses for the price of one. Everything was done while I waited. Amazing.
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