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David Dorian Granruth
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No alternative facts here, folks.

This is the president.

#notmypresident
 
Via +Andreas Schou. Lest we forget. (we won't forget)


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Recruiting for a very small casual raiding guild.

We are formed from the core of a previous TBC/WotLK hardcore 10-man progression guild. The guild founders are theory-crafters and gamers of no small skill, but as the game has grown up, so have we. Balancing the real world and our love for the camaraderie of playing with a tight-knit group of people and seeing the content that the game has to offer has resolved itself into a more relaxed, but results-driven experience for any in the guild. We keep it small and tight, and that helps to prevent that feeling you can get in larger guilds where if you're not with the "in" clique, then you miss a lot of the great content or opportunities.
Why Us. We are formed from the core of a previous TBC/WotLK hardcore 10-man progression guild. The guild founders are theory-crafters and gamers of no small skill, but as the game has grown up, so have we. Balancing the real world and our love for the camaraderie of playing with a tight-knit ...
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Please share people. We really are super friendly and would love a half-dozen new people to hang out with and beat some content.

Our original core was so close that we flew out the guild to our home each year for a long-weekend guild party.

We could have a lot of fun, and still make time for real life. But we need a few more people to round out our group.

If you have a community or know people that play, I urge you to let them know about us. We're still just starting out but already working on clearing EN on normal and Heroic while we put together a full, geared team for Mythic.
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It's short. Please read this. Regardless of which flag you fly, you have to agree with the notion of the truth.
These are not normal times. These are extraordinary times. And extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures. When you have a spokesperson for...
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If there was ever a time to play World of Warcraft or get back into it, the time is now. Legion is arguably THE best expansion they've ever done.

And if you ARE going to play, I'd like you to consider joining Animus. We are accepting any and all roles/classes. While we do have a core raid group, due to the wonderful Flex Raiding group sizes, we can fit more of anything into our primary group as we work toward Mythic raids.

Please contact me and let me know. We are Horde and proud of it. But a quick faction change or server Xfer can have you up and running in no time.

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More of the same year after year.  Eventually, through sheer persistence and infinite money, they will win.  

But that day is not today.  So get off your butts and do something about it.  
 
#emergency   #protests  
Fight for Net Neutrality. ONLY YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. One Issue, One Voice, Stop the +Monopoly #comcastsucks   #Comcastfails   #netnuetrality   #netneutrality  Click on this image to find the protest closest to you, happening in every major city in the US. 

If you can't attend, then share, Put up posters locally, Share on the internet, email, linked in, anywhere people will see it.
Congress and the FCC could soon let Comcast control 60% of America’s Internet. 6 out of 10 Americans will have no other choice for real broadband!?
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I do things for money. Just...things... -.-
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Charlotte
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Tampa - Greensboro - Tallahassee - Brandon, FL
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Never stops learning. Ever.
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int main()
{
     int awesomeLevel;
     char personName;

     cout << "Please enter 'D' for Dorian, or 'N' for not Dorian: ";
     cin >> personName;
     
     if (personName=='D')
     {
          awesomeLevel = 100;
     }
     else
     {
          awesomeLevel = 0;
     }

     cout << Your Awesomeness is: " << awesomeLevel << "%" << endl;
     return 0;
}
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Classically trained guitarist. Good at games of logic or thought.
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  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    Computer Science, 2013 - present
  • University of Tampa
    Music, Logic, 2005 - 2008
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I've studied martial arts at various intervals throughout my life. I've never before found a dojo where the culture was so perfectly meshed with the art itself. There is nothing but a humble enthusiasm from every single instructor and student. Though new to this particular art and my previous training often getting in the way of learning I have never been made to feel anything but encouragement. They are exceedingly competent, and not just in the art itself but perhaps even more importantly in the art of teaching. I can't give higher praise.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
We've been waiting for over an hour for our food. It's only moderately busy in here. Really slow service. They're apologetic, but don't come here on a lunch break or before an important meeting.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I've been seeing Greg for nearly a year and he's a wonderful assistant on my road to understanding what's been going on in my life. He's attentive, does his research, and knows me in and out; rarely does he need to reference his notes to know exactly what I'm referring to when I'm describing my past. He's both warm and straight-forward at the same time. I can't imagine seeing anyone else. I honestly can't do him justice in this small review. He even allowed me to bring my wife in for her to give her feedback while maintaining strict professionalism in regards to my confidential information. I would highly recommend him to nearly anyone regardless of the issues you're dealing with. His approach is broad and seems to be able to be applied to nearly anything. He walks me through my own thought processes and allows me to find my own answers while providing guidance, reassurance, and greater insight into whatever we're talking through. I consider him a friend.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
They say they take appointements, but they immediately called to refuse it and were unable to work out a time to meet with me for a simple tune up. Great prices, but "sorry" doesn't do much for me.
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reviewed 5 years ago
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The store is always very busy, so it's hard to get through on the phone. When you come in sometimes the wait can be up to 30 minutes just because how slammed the store is.
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reviewed a year ago
Fantastic staff. Great food for reasonable prices. Love them. Seating area is a little small.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
I've been taking both of our cars to Firestones in two states/three cities for years. After moving to the North Charlotte area I read a few bad reviews about our new local Firestone here, but believed in the brand enough to overlook it and see for myself. The first bit of work our Neon needed (bad wheel bearing) went fine. Pricing was competitive. However, immediately after the work being done we began to have an issue with the car stuttering (something about the timing belt/system). We took it back in, and agreed to eat the cost of a new diagnostic because I'm not going to blame anything on them, it may have just been coincidence. Two hours after dropping the car off for the diagnostic (the initial fee was already double what Aamco and other companies charge for a full diagnostic) I received a call from Jason basically stating that unfortunately it was going to take longer than normal to diagnose and that they would have to charge us double. I politely explained all of the business we've brought to the company (we have/had a full credit account with them for that very purpose) and that although I originally agreed to the exorbitant pricing on the diagnosis I couldn't agree to doubling that figure. I wasn't paying for man-hours of diagnosis time, but rather "a diagnosis" and it taking longer than normal wasn't a valid reason to charge $100 before any work had even been done. If the diagnosis took less than the average time would I be given a refund back for the man-hours not used? We were very polite and cordial in the refusal, but I definitely got the sense that they were trying to extort extra money out of loyal customers. I didn't even bring up the point that they have misdiagnosed car troubles twice in the past year. Bottom line: I believe in the Firestone brand on the whole, but DO NOT go to this particular location. It is not an honest branch of the company and should be cited by the company. The staff was so blatant in trying to charge extra for nothing that we have destroyed our Firestone Credit Card and will be taking our vehicles to the local Aamco in the future while we live here.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago