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Benjamin Kero
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Bungee cabled my road bike to my backpack, then rode the electric bike home. It was not the most graceful or safe of feats.
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Maiden voyage of my electric bike. Initial impressions are fun and slightly dangerous if not properly ridden. 30mph up the Broadway bridge is an excellent result.

Next task is to clean the wiring, use a mounting system that does not involve bungee cables, put proper connectors and heat shrink on, then double the battery capacity.
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It's a floral clock. Found near Niagra Falls.
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    Computer Science, Business, 2006 - 2010
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  • Mozilla Corporation
    System Administrator, 2010 - present
  • OSU Open Source Lab
    Community System Administrator, 2006 - 2010
  • Intel Corporation
    Unix Operations Engineer - Intern, 2008 - 2008
  • Google
    System Operations Engineer, 2008 - 2008
  • Clearwire
    Support Engineer - Intern, 2007 - 2007
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Stopped by one day when I finally the open sign lit up. A friendly lady greeted me and asked me what I wanted. I said the chicken curry, but that was all out for the day. So I got to try small samples of literally everything she made that day, 7 vegetables and the pork curry. The owner is such a lovely and friendly person that I can't help but stop by again to say hello. We ended up talking for an hour about gour families, getting fresh vegetables, and travelling. The spices used to season the food are absolutely delicious, and not too spicy, but not abysmally bland either. The chunks of pork were definitely substantial, and the vegetables were crisp but not mealy. Definitely have to go back, there will be samosas in the winter!
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
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reviewed a year ago
Generous portions, homemade horchata, and covered and outdoor seating. Perfect for a low key solo or duo burrito lunch. 12 covered seats, 12 patio seats. They even have real plates and metal flatware!
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
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reviewed a year ago
Excellent beans, great people watching seating outside, cool. Unfortunately sort of a hipster magnet.
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Meat was raw and room temperature throughout (ordered medium-rare). Nice selection of good wines. Carpaccio was tasty. Corrected steak was overdone, tough, and unpleasant. Vegetables were crisp but oily and potatoes were meh. Good homemade bernaise. Nice casual atmosphere.
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Nice place to cop a squat in the summer and enjoy some rays. Danes seem to not be disturbed by the tombstones. A+ would picnic here again.
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