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Why would they even have a Slytherin house after it's produced so many evil wizards? Wouldn't you just get rid of it completely?
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Depending on how you drive, L.A. Noir is either a tragedy or a comedy.
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Love that game.
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From information security researchers to Massachusetts, we would say we would miss you but that shit be encrypted, yo.
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WASHINGTON—According to a study released Tuesday that examines the changing demographics of first-time parents in America, researchers at the Pew Research Center found that more young adults are delaying having children until the companies that empl...
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I had a dream I was eating McDonald's fries in bed and now my mouth tastes like I ate McDonald's fries in bed.
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Marketing at its best.
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Contains the only definition of privilege I've ever seen used effectively.

Quartz: The next thing Silicon Valley needs to disrupt big time: its own culture. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw5OSNoR8
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I just knew this trend would catch on.


The Onion: More Office Workers Switching To Fetal Position Desks. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw_JuJuBo
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Yeah, I think that should be my new home desk. 
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“I don't know about that, but it does sound better than ‘we don't have enough chairs.’”
 
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“Next thing you know, they'll say ‘listening’ and ‘writing things down’ will increase productivity too.” 
A new study has found that employees have more productive group meetings when they stand, suggesting that companies should adopt furniture designs and layouts that discourage sitting.
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Fighting the War on Temor
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I could tell you I am real but you wouldn't know until you met me.
I could tell you I am tall and that wouldn't matter until we stood side-by-side.
I could tell you I am smart but you wouldn't care until we talk face-to-face.
We can compare playlists and taste in books, but who knows until we can listen and learn together.

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Quite great service on top of everything they have to offer for food and drink. I would complain about menu complexity but that's kinda why you go.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I love the interior decoration, brown metal framing subdued orange.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Mediterranean Kabob House is open again, apparently under new management. Not much has changed which is a good thing. The food is great as always and at $10 to $15 a plate it's a deal. Little kid watching Mr. Bean on YouTube, carry on. :)
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
The menu is a bit confusing on the left side. The right side has popular combinations which simplifies ordering. My pork belly bowl was fantastic short of the pork belly being way overcooked. Whatever seasoning is in the salad is amazing--citrus lime with something savory. The rice carried the hot spices of the meat very well and made up for the tough meat. Their vegetarian options are intriguing--I will follow up when I have tasted my next order substituting tofu. I thought the interior was functional with street art decorations. The music videos playing on the TV were appreciatively eclectic but not overly pretentious. I felt comfortable but aware it was a small taco shop in NW.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
My experiences were from my visit during the first week of opening. Hopefully they have worked out some of the issues I had and improved upon an already solid restaurant. The menu was clear and concise--once my party had all arrived we were able to order with minimal clarifying questions. Specialty drinks were interesting twists but don't really stand on their own. Appetizers appeared to be sitting out for a while before they were brought to the table, but were appropriate fair for a brasserie. Our orders ranged across the various cuts and temperatures of entrecôte. The waiter confused plates between tables and amongst our party which took a couple of rounds of sauce guessing. The fries were the appropriate amount of salty and the meat was cooked to preference. The two staircases were very confusing and resulted in some initial backtracking. If one is intended to be a service staircase, it should indicated in some way.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
This salad is disappointing. The chicken strips are still slightly frozen--too bad they didn't have recently cooked chicken on hand (oh wait, they do). Because this is a Santa Fe salad, they put canned salsa on it. I couldn't even drown out the terrible flavors with the Santa Fe dressing because I only got 1 tablespoon of it. Salads don't need to be the lowest form of food served. They can be amazing. This was anything but amazing.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago