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Excellent burgers and excellent fries, great atmosphere

Posted by bgbgL on 10/28/2009 at 4:12 PM

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Re: “Jon Justice Responds to Dupnik Criticism

Seems like Mr. Justice is very angry on many things. Also he may not know what the sherriff and their team knows about what influenced the shooter. Also he perhaps should view the Olbermann special Saturday comment.

Posted by bgbgL on 01/08/2011 at 8:53 PM

Re: “Getting the Ax

well. we also will be avoiding Targets in the future.
Very sorry to see this happen and in this manner.

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Posted by bgbgL on 02/25/2010 at 2:36 AM

Re: “New Eastside Farmers' Market

Very nice- We were there this morning and the overall quality is good. A lot of people coming and going. Seems to be a winner for the community.

Posted by bgbgL on 02/19/2010 at 4:56 PM

Re: “Amber Restaurant and Gallery

Nice place with good food. We usually eat a different kielbasa that tastes different in the smoked or fresh but that is our Buffalo, NY roots showing. This was certainly very good and this place has an excellent atmosphere for upscale dining. We will return

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Posted by bgbgL on 01/11/2010 at 10:24 PM

Re: “Beer Bliss

We also are glad to see this on the east side and wish them well. However we think a grilled bologna for $8 is steep and hope they will include some lesser costly sandwiches in the future. For instance a side salad for I believe $3.95 is delicious but comes without even crackers. Also for the live music we feel the bands should start on time. Ours started 1 hours late due to diners sitting where the bands set up. Seems like a retro 70's moment there. Today most cities have their musicians start on time to please the customers. Anyways we are still glad to see more places with live music opening up and we are glad they are also found on the east side of town.

Posted by bgbgL on 01/11/2010 at 10:21 PM

Re: “Tea Party Medicine

notice I said create truth. The majority of people observe what is true and Ms. Orient and her group create their idea of truth.

Posted by bgbgL on 01/07/2010 at 9:28 AM

Re: “Tea Party Medicine

No offense but this lady seems the angry one and again she is part of widely recognized politically conservative group that is definitely not mainstream.
This fringe group opposes mandatory vaccination, universal health care and government intervention in healthcare. Ms. Orient is not of the majority.

The media may have the right to use their terms of "wacko" or fringe group but
Ms. Orient is not media and I question any medical professional using terms like "snarky", or "wackos" toward those she is challenging. She does not represent herself well and sounds immature.

I strongly agree with the other commenter 'What isn't OK is when people try to pass off opinion or even small slices of out-of-context data as "facts".' That is correct and the majority of people agree with this. Truth is based on observation and then we develop how we agree on those observations.

However there are many types of truth philosophy out there and doing some research opens one's eyes to how other people create truth

Currently minority groups like AAPS and primarily right wing organizations (Sarah Palin anybody?) are creating their "truths" by consensus rather than reality. Or their "reality" is based on what they want to create as their truth so it will support agendas.

I agree with Ms. Maddow and "Mother Jones" that this is a group I would question for my truth in the health care reform debate.
And personally I would be a bit scared to go to Ms. Orient for any medical help based on her comments.

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Posted by bgbgL on 01/07/2010 at 9:25 AM

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