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FURB Furbish
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Saw this sticker in WVC, #Utah today.
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That is what I thought.
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To celebrate the big game! #superbowl
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My two youngest were at in in paint. Here is the result.

#collaboration   #art   #children   #computers  
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Omg! We are doomed!
 
Are people really this retarded? If you think the big banks are evil, the last thing you should want to do is try to get the unbanked and out-of-the-system folks into the system by subsidizing the big banks in a fascistic cooperation with the postal service. Its even more stupid than saying we should fight the health insurance companies by guaranteeing them profits by forcing everyone into using their services through ObamaCare.

I'd bet a lot of the unbanked are that way because they choose to be. I know some personally that are because they hate banks or just want to protect their financial privacy. And do those who have accounts at credit unions but not banks get counted as "unbanked"?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elizabeth-warren/coming-to-a-post-office-n_b_4709485.html
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#OMG   #iceclimbing   #fail  
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The source video answers no questions unfortunately.  The dude had a rope, but I can't imagine that would save him, looks like serious injury or death here.

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#gif   #foodporn   #halucination  

This happens to me all the time!
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This is great! I love this composer's work. Wouldn't it be great to experience this by pure chance? #beauty   #music   #budapest  
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I've never been to a place to sell my gold before, and I hope I never have to. But if I do, I'll be going back to Cascade Refining. Shane was the representative that waited upon me and my production assistant when we were there to sell some precious metals. He was demonstrated skill in his trade, speed, and was polite, professional, and courteous.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Had a good experience here today. I got some printing done. A ream of black and white for $52.50. Got a quote for color, which was $252.00. Helen was excellent and took good care of me. (Edited to add) The proof for the printing was correct. However, I didn't check the final product. It was missing the QR code for my project, so my returns were not as good as anticipated. Caveat emptor. Check the final product to make sure it matches the proof.
Quality: Poor to fairAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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I flew into from Salt Lake City today, not having eaten anything all day. You see, I'm attending the New Hampshire Liberty Forum at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, right down the street. I looked at what the hotel recommends, but I couldn't figure out the kiosk thing in the lobby. I was watching Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives on the Food Network, and so I was going out of my mind with hunger. So I got on to Google Plus's Local feature. Crush had ten reviews, with 7 of the reviewer's giving it excellent marks for overall dining experience. Yeah, I know this is getting a bit long, but hey! It's my review, remember? So I walk in and a young lady greets me. She is quite petite. More Elvish than Hobbit-like. Anyway, she asks me if I'll be dining alone. I responded in the affirmative, and indicated that I would like to sit at the bar. She leads me to the bar, which is unnecessary, as Crush isn't that big of a place. That's one thing I'd change: Hostess is an unnecessary function in this place, as it really can't have more than 30 seats in the whole place. Having to wait to be seated was sort of awkward, especially since she was right by the front door when I walked in. Did I catch her off guard? I sat down at the bar, and there were a couple of plates and menus in front of the only open seat. I wasn't sure if the seat was occupied, so I asked the older couple if the stool was in use. It wasn't, so I sat upon it. I studied the menu, attracted the expediter's attention, and placed a my order. They have a few beers on tap, and quite a number of bottles of wine. I don't drink, but it may be of interest to those that do. They had Bud Light, Shocktop, Smuttynose, some microbrew from Chicago, and I think Blue Moon on tap. My drink coaster was an advertisement for Sierra-Nevada brewing from Chico, CA, which has an excellent Pale Ale that I had many years ago. The old couple started bickering at each other about work related matters, which was, again, awkward. They lightened up as they were about to leave. We had a short discussion about my hat, which my wife's grandmother crocheted. I got the distinct impression that they don't get many out-of-towners at Crush. I had a nice time meeting the new people there. They seemed to lighten up when I told them that my mom lives in West Leb, and my brother lives in Canaan. I had the Salciccia, which was mostly sausage and onion. Way good. Cooked well in the wood fired oven. A Pepsi, and some fresh cut french fries. Some malt vinegar, or even balsamic vinegar may have made this tasty treat even better. Overall, very good. Service: a bit perfuntory,but warming towards the task at the end. I think if I go here a few more times my marks will improve.
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Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
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reviewed a year ago