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laniloa

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  • Birthday 05/26/1972

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  1. Keys Fisheries in Marathon was as good as ever when I was back there this fall. I sent a friend there about a month ago and he said he went back again for more the next day.
  2. If you don't mind paying for parking, you can park in the pay Market Common lot and go to the Cava happy hour. I'm fond of the pork gyro and eggplant dip.
  3. Excellent! I called and confirmed this morning for the 9th. Let me know if I need to do anything to switch that.
  4. I used to look forward to the St. Gennaro feast every year because it meant zeppoles. Seemed like everyone carrying one of those paper bags was smiling. When I moved to HI and was introduced to the similar malasadas, I figured missing the feast wouldn't be so bad. Thanks for bringing back good memories!
  5. Would love to join if there is room. Either night works for me, but would prefer the 4th.
  6. Great pictures of the market, Trelayne! I grew up in NY and watched the USGM transform that neighborhood.When I made that first post, I was living in Tallahassee, FL - a good produce desert. Wandering through the market, even so early in the season, was uplifting.
  7. In this vein, the Gallery Place location of Chop't gives you an extra topping if you order before noon and California Tortilla gives you free chips and queso if you order before a certain time (I think 11:30). I have several co-workers who take advantage of these offers and it definitely spreads the rush a bit.
  8. It was part of the name of an apartment I was looking at. The roots of the word suggest they tried to dress up "tall building" and make it sound island style.
  9. Mine is a made up Hawaiian word that cracked me up when I first encountered it when living there in 1994. I've used it on boards and websites since then. I also use it as a fake Hawaiian salutation. My grandmother, not knowing it was gibberish, used it too. My dad and I sign all email and cards with it.
  10. And if you do hit a cyclist, don't tweet about it. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-22602141
  11. I'd be sad to see it go. Unless replacing it with some other opportunity sparks new participation.
  12. Wish I could, but I foolishly booked something else in that slot that I can't re-schedule. Next month!
  13. That's how we used to kill them in the lab before the students dissected them. Quick and worked every time unlike some other methods used.
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