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John Meyer
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Attended The Art Institute of Houston
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hahahaha, classic.
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Hell yea efficiency!!
Sprint CEO: Android Phones Are The Data Hogs, Not iPhones. Share. Tweet. By Ed Sutherland (8:30 am, Oct. 27, 2011). Sprint CEO: Android Phones Are The Data Hogs,. If Apple needed another argument in f...
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GPOY: sick and having a late lunch. Meh. At least they always play Depeche Mode at this Wendy's.
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This has to be one of the most beautiful DIY Munny I've ever seen!
A custom munny done for a group art show in Cape Town, South Africa. The show was a collaboration between ToiToy and Kid Robot
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Is it cuz it looks like a retired bear go go dancer haha
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Some gym time before I go home and start working again.
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Pumpkin contest voting is up! Feel free to go vote!
BATCETERA is the Halloween-themed sister site of ADCETERA, a marketing agency based in Houston, TX. Services include web, interactive, animation and video services year-round, and badass Halloween sur...
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Last day at work. I brought cookies.
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So what u put n them lol jkjk 
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So yea, probably not going to upgrade to the 4S. looks like i'll wait for the iPhone 5. I like that on the plan cycle I'm on I skip all the "S" upgrades.
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Well, since they're on the new phone, upgraded S phone cycle now, next year should be a brand new phone, then the year after an updated version of said new phone....so logic dictates next summer we'll get the 5.
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I WANT EVERYTHING FROM THIS SALE!
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I really wanted that sports bag. That's the problem with sales like this...because everything is one of a kind they go fast.
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This is...um...interesting.
Apple was just awarded a whole mess of patents by the USPTO. But one stands out in particular: a 3D display and imaging system. Wave your hands and the system picks up your movement.
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Graphic Designer
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  • 3rdi Print
    Graphic Designqer, 2011 - present
  • The Art Institute of Houston
    Art Director/Public Relations Coordinator, 2006 - 2011
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Graphic Designer, gamer, gay man that not very good at being gay, music snob, movie fan, and oberdada: the President of the Earth.
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  • The Art Institute of Houston
    Graphic Design, 2003 - 2006
Buying a car from you guys has been one of the worst buying experience I've had. I came in last week and bought a brand new Mazda3 Grand Touring, fully loaded with pretty much every added feature that Mazda offers. The buying process itself was pretty stress free. The salesman was polite and low hassle and they got me about the price I wanted. I was incredibly happy. Then I walked out to my car and saw there were a few 2-3 inch long scratches around the car and I brought it up to the salesman before I ever left the dealership. Once again, I was pleased that they said they would fix the scratches free of charge (as they should—I'm buying a brand new car, it shouldn't be scratched up before I leave the dealershp). I left with the car I wanted and had a good buying experience. Then when I brought the car in the next Monday to drop of my car, I was placed into a base model car with practically no features at all and told my car would be ready on Wednesday. I dealt with it. My car was incredibly nice, and if I had to sacrifice a few days of comfort to have it look perfect, it was worth it. Then Wednesday came around and no one contacted me. About 3 pm I called to find out the status of my car and was given the vague excuse that there were more cars that expected in the body shop and that I would have to drive around the base model car for two more days. My car would be ready Friday. Friday comes around and once again, by 3 pm I still haven't been updated on my car at all so I call, again, to find out the status of my vehicle. I was once again given a vague excuse that the body shop had to special order the paint. So I then call a manager to complain and I'm told that it's too late to get any solid information on the vehicle today, he'll call tomorrow before noon and give me an update. I never heard from him. I, once again, had to follow up on my vehicle and now I've been told that I will have it Monday afternoon. I've driven a base model loaner for a week instead of my own car so my car could sit in a lot. I bought a $27,000 car and instead I've been driving a 18,000 car. I, in part, came to Jeff Haas because I kept hearing how great the service was and how great the experience was. I haven't experience this same great service and I can't recommend Jeff Haas to anyone else because of the fear they'll have to deal with the same run around and lack of service I've received. When I left the dealership last week, my sister was seriously interested in purchasing a CX-9 in the near future because of how nice my car was and how easy the actual buying process was. Now she says she's going to stick with Acura so she doesn't have to worry about the same issues I've had to. This experience makes me question why I wanted to by a Mazda instead of one of the other brands and put a tarnish on what started out as a good buying experience. I won't be back after this is resolved.
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