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    PM me! I go to Nola frequently for work and I've...

    PM me! I go to Nola frequently for work and I've compiled a spreadsheet of restaurants and bars, from cheap eats to celebrity chefs! I liked Bayonna, too. I highly recommend checking out John Besch's...
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    I'm very interested in WWII. I find books that...

    I'm very interested in WWII. I find books that zoom-in on a particular aspect of the war to be the best.

    A few of my favorites are:
    - The Greatest Generation by Tom Brokaw
    - Unbroken
    - In the...
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    Ahh! You're right. I thought about the Bellagio -...

    Ahh! You're right. I thought about the Bellagio - cheapest rates I've ever seen there, but ARIA won out since it was $100 less per night.
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    I decided to stay at ARIA because I've been...

    I decided to stay at ARIA because I've been wanting to stay there and the pool is lovely and large. It's also close to the MGM to hop on the shuttle.

    FYI, for those who have not been to Las Vegas,...
  5. Thread: Maclay Finals

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    Solid. I expect to see her in the callback!

    Solid. I expect to see her in the callback!
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    I work remotely on the West Coast for a...

    I work remotely on the West Coast for a non-profit based in New York City. I'm typically working by 7am and wrap around 4pm. I'm an early bird and I love having an early start to the evening.
  7. And based on a sample size of two (which only...

    And based on a sample size of two (which only proved that the current measurement systems "works")... Odd.
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    And sailing.

    And sailing.
  9. Thread: figs

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    Fig jam. Nom nom nom. I also love to cut them...

    Fig jam. Nom nom nom.

    I also love to cut them up and toss them into salads in place of cranberries.
  10. Thread: Flying with a Dog

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    Yes, I'll double-check, but I don't believe I...

    Yes, I'll double-check, but I don't believe I need to bring a health certificate with me for either airline. The dog also has her Rabies tag on her collar with an expiration date.

    I fly...
  11. You may not need to cut calories, but rather...

    You may not need to cut calories, but rather analyze the types of calories you are taking in. I cut out all processed foods and lost a few pounds immediately. Finding out I'm lactose intolerant may...
  12. Thread: Flying with a Dog

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    Those are great tips, byrn. I had no idea about...

    Those are great tips, byrn. I had no idea about the puppy pads being scented!

    American gave the dog her own confirmation code to check-in with at the ticket counter. US Airways does not give out a...
  13. Thread: Flying with a Dog

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    Flying with a Dog

    I did a quick search in The Menagerie with no luck, and I thought I might get more replies over here...

    Has anyone flown with their dog in the air plane cabin? I made a reservation for my dog to...
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    You're right, it's actually about 70 miles from...

    You're right, it's actually about 70 miles from my place in the city - but that's only 10 miles more AND I live within a few blocks of both 101 and 280.

    I ride on the weekends so I've managed to...
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    Take a few trial lessons. I'm just coming back...

    Take a few trial lessons. I'm just coming back after ten years, but it truly felt just like riding bike again. Be prepared to be quite sore the first few times, so take it slow.

    I also started...
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    You have many more options since you can "easily"...

    You have many more options since you can "easily" drive farther south. I'm in SF and it can be quite the challenge to drive to the Peninsula due to traffic. It took almost 2.5 hours to drive 60 miles...
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    On the flipside, DH and I anticipate being at a...

    On the flipside, DH and I anticipate being at a higher tax bracket when we retire so we have Roth IRAs.

    I'm not sure there is a right answer. I think what's most important is that you are...
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    The commentary was not that different from other...

    The commentary was not that different from other major sporting events. There's some commentary for those in-the-know, but there was also a larger percentage of talking "to the middle," or to the...
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    I've decided not to go. I lesson on Sundays and...

    I've decided not to go. I lesson on Sundays and cannot reschedule for another day that week.

    On the bright side, I'll be going to all of the show jumping events at the World Cup next spring.
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    Actually, yes. Students need that feedback.

    Actually, yes. Students need that feedback.
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    Whoops! No, I made a mistake - it is grade x 10;...

    Whoops! No, I made a mistake - it is grade x 10; a second-grader should complete no more than 20 minutes of homework a night.
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    Former teacher, now work in higher education in...

    Former teacher, now work in higher education in education... homework that students cannot do independently is worthless and frustrating. Research supports that students should receive no more than...
  23. Thread: Halloween Costumes

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    Two years ago I was a pig in a blanket. I got a...

    Two years ago I was a pig in a blanket. I got a pig mask, a pink leotard and leggings, and then wrapped a cozy blanket around my shoulders.

    I think I'm going to repeat it this year.
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    Beezie is clear!

    Beezie is clear!
  25. Second. I just started back after a 10 year...

    Second. I just started back after a 10 year hiatus and pilates is making a big difference for me!
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