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Dominic “Dom” Alvarado
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Got to carry the American flag onto the field at the Broncos vs Colts game! 
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Two decades of Kappa Sigmas came together today to celebrate the life of our dear brother Todd. You are forever loved, brother. AEKDB and rest in peace. 
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Todd, I will miss you so much buddy. You were such an integral part of helping me to become the more kind, more patient individual I am today. You have taught me and so many other brothers so much. I love you, brother. Rest in Peace. AEKDB
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Best tip ever. 
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Went to my first NFL game on Sunday! Perfect chance to test out the camera on the Nexus 6! 
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Me, Todd, and Will at the 2012 District 44 Leadership Conference. 
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Breaking Benjamin is back! Hell yeah! #bbisback
Breaking Benjamin is... @shaunfoist - twitter https://www.facebook.com/shaunfoistofficial @aaron_bruch - twitter...
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Education Professional
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Teamwork, Team Building, Data Processing, MS Office
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"Give 'em a hug." - Todd
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Have an awesome group of family and friends.
Education
  • University of Denver
    Graduate School of Social Work, 2014 - present
    I am currently working on completing my Master of Social Work with a focus on mental health. Expected graduation of May 2016.
  • The Colorado College
    Asian Studies, 2008 - 2012
    Bachelor of Arts with a focus on Japanese Language and Cultural Studies. I completed my thesis on the expansion of infrastructural power in Japan during the Meiji Period. I also have a strong background in psychology, although Colorado College does not offer a minor in psychology.
  • General William J. Palmer High School
    2004 - 2008
They offer horrible service, often taking 20 minutes to even acknowledge you, and the owner is a pompous jerk that has insulted the clientele that made his business successful. Couple that with a mediocre beer, and you've got no reason to even try Trinity. There are plenty of other GOOD breweries in and around Colorado Springs. Don't waste your time on this one.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
After reading some of the reviews calling this the best Japanese restaurant on Long Island, I figured I would give this restaurant a shot. I'm not your typical American consumer of Japanese food - having lived in Japan for a year, I tend to have higher expectations of Japanese restaurant, and sushi is generally an afterthought for me as opposed to a primary focus. I went in looking for good sukiyaki, and my mom was looking for teriyaki chicken. We also ordered a side of miso soup and the shrimp shumai as an appetizer and a soda and green tea as beverages. Besides the green tea being of only marginal quality, we were never offered a refill on either drink, but I'll get to that when I talk about the service. Shortly after ordering, salads with a sesame ginger dressing came out. These were slightly above average in quality (freshness and taste), but were a little overboard with the dressing, and despite being only slightly above average, were the best part of the meal. Next out was the shumai, which was bland and didn't leave any impression on me whatsoever. The entrees and the miso soup came out quite some time later, and were easily the worst part of the meal. Let's start with the sukiyaki. While there was a decent amount of food in the sukiyaki, the beef used was tough and of low quality, making it really hard to chew. While the veggies were fresh, the sickly sweet dashi made the dish hard to stomach; not wanting to wait an eternity for a new order, I just squeezed the dashi out of the noodles, veggies, and meat as best I could. Dashi in sukiyaki should be a mellow flavor, only lightly flavored, that complements and enhances the flavor of the meat, not overpowers it. Yuck. The chicken on the teriyaki plate seemed to be boiled or steamed rather than lightly grilled, and the sauce tasted like it came out of a can. Once again, yuck. The miso soup was salty to the point of being inedible, so we only had a couple sips. After waiting for an eternity for our waiter, he finally came to clear our plates. Not once were we asked if the food tasted alright. One would think that with a nearly full serving of miso sitting in front of someone, the wait staff would ask if we were finished with the soup or if everything had tasted alright before removing it. We got neither - he simply removed the bowl without saying a word. I noticed the waiter giving the couple next to us a refill of green tea as we were leaving, but I had been sitting with an empty drink for well over 30 minutes. Similarly, another patron had placed a to-go order while we were waiting for our table and waited over 45 minutes to get his food. Overall the food was marginal at best, the service was slow, and it was definitely not worth the 45 minute wait for a table. If this is the best that Long Iasland has to offer, you are seriously missing out on good Japanese food. If yaou're ever in Colorado, try Domo or Sushi Den in Denver. You'll get far better food with far better service. I think I'll skip out on Japanese in New York in the future if this is the best you've got.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
食事, サービスはままだったけどとっても高かった。 Food and service were okay but it was very expensive. Would not go again.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
One of the best burgers I've ever had. I went on a Sunday during lunch hour and they were absolutely swamped. I ended up waiting about 30 minutes for my food, but I was not left disappointed. You could tell that the staff were busting their humps to push out food as fast possible, but the food certainly didn't suffer for it. I ordered a lamb burger with a fried egg and bacon, along with the regular condiments. The burger was cooked a perfect medium rare, and the buns were slightly toasty, adding a bit of texture without being rocks. The veggies were fresh, and the fries were out of this world. I will definitely be back to Bingo Burger.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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The buses are pretty nice and the audio tour is offered in a number of languages, offering insight into the city. However, the bus driver ran red lights throughout the tour, the bus stops are not well marked, there is no timetable, the route deviated from the brochures they hand out, and subsequently stops are skipped so you may not be able to plan your time around their advertised route map. I'm guessing it would be worth it to spend a few extra bucks and go with a better company.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
安いけどあまり美味しくない。エビのソースはケチャップだったと思います。餃子はまあまあでした。 Cheap but not good. The shrimp sauce was probably ketchup.The gyoza was only okay.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Ran into a tight situation with money and decided to take my Blu-Ray collection in to them to get some quick cash (probably about 20 movies in total). After the guy looks through them, he tells me that he can't take any of the movies because they are "in too good of shape" (sorry for taking care of my stuff) and that too many of them are new releases. He proceeds to tell me that my "account has been flagged" for future reference. This is the first time I had been in the store to sell stuff (have been there on plenty of previous occasions to purchase from their vast selection), and I don't appreciate being treated like a criminal. Rest assured that I will no longer be visiting this establishment. If it is company policy to treat anyone that walks in as a criminal, then I suggest that the owner re-evaluate that strategy.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago