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|--X["Sunrise Restaurant"] - I am addicted to their sandwiches (#4 pork and #5) and their honey dew special pearl drink (#32). Their #31 ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taro taro] with pearl) is great too.--X I really love the food here, but two days in a row I found a long strand of hair in the food and I am hesitant to go back especially since the second time it was in a sandwich and I did not see the hair until I started pulling on it. Sure, it can still be variance because everything was fine the previous times I have gone (and I went like three or more times a week), but I must reluctantly hesitate from going back for a while. A cockroach crawled across my table here once, but I have never found one in my food... yet. -Dagon||
--X["Sunrise Restaurant"] - I am addicted to their sandwiches (#4 pork and #5) and their honey dew special pearl drink (#32). Their #31 ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taro taro] with pearl) is great too.--X I really love the food here, but two days in a row I found a long strand of hair in the food and I am hesitant to go back especially since the second time it was in a sandwich and I did not see the hair until I started pulling on it. Sure, it can still be variance because everything was fine the previous times I have gone (and I went like three or more times a week), but I must reluctantly hesitate from going back for a while.
* A cockroach crawled across my table here once, but I have never found one in my food... yet. -Dagon
* According to entomology and toxicology professors, most foods consumed (chocolate bars, canned tomatoes) have a small amount of rat hair, bugs, and such in them. I do my best to avoid thinking about all the unsanitary things I can guess goes on behind the scenes because I like to eat out (pretty sure most places have cockroaches), but when I feel it being pulled out of my mouth, it's an entirely different feeling, especially since I feel like I tried dry swallowing a pill after finding the hair. --["Users/hankim"]
Han Kim is a nerd who enjoys comic books, Magic: the Gathering, weight-lifting, and a few other sports. You may find him trying to get the Campbell Wiki up and running. He also blogs about politics. After reading his blog, you will probably see him as an evil, homophobic, racist, politically incorrect, intolerant, global-warming-denying, gas-guzzling, bitter, gun-clinging, cold-hearted conservative.
Han marched with the 2008 Santa Clara Vanguard Cadets... what a nerd! Han sometimes likes to think that he moonlights as a vigilante.
Favorite Local Restaurants
Burgers and Brew - Decent prices for good burgers. Finally decided that my favorite is the double cheeseburger cooked rare. The heart attack that comes afterward is worth it.
Davis Noodle City - For a couple of dollars, you get a lot of food that tastes really good. I love their spring rolls and their pork chop noodles.
Fuji Chef - I eat a lot, so if there's decent sushi (especially sashimi) for thirteen bucks, I'm going to like the restaurant. Going for the sashimi gets you the most bang for your buck.
Hot Dogger - I enjoy a good hot dog and this place has really tasty ones. Unfortunately, I do not find hot dogs very filling and need quite a few to fill up, especially if they are this good so I tend to go here for snacks only.
House of Chang - When you do not have a car, delivery food is awesome. They have pretty good food (although Chinese food usually never tastes different no matter where you go) and pretty quick delivery. I usually get the Mongolian beef.
Silver Dragon - If I am downtown and do not need Chinese food delivered, this place is usually my pick. They have reasonable prices and they have very friendly service (being from the Silicon Valley, I am not used to Asian restaurants having a friendly wait staff).
Sunrise Restaurant - I am addicted to their sandwiches (#4 pork and #5) and their honey dew special pearl drink (#32). Their #31 (taro with pearl) is great too. I really love the food here, but two days in a row I found a long strand of hair in the food and I am hesitant to go back especially since the second time it was in a sandwich and I did not see the hair until I started pulling on it. Sure, it can still be variance because everything was fine the previous times I have gone (and I went like three or more times a week), but I must reluctantly hesitate from going back for a while.
A cockroach crawled across my table here once, but I have never found one in my food... yet. -Dagon
According to entomology and toxicology professors, most foods consumed (chocolate bars, canned tomatoes) have a small amount of rat hair, bugs, and such in them. I do my best to avoid thinking about all the unsanitary things I can guess goes on behind the scenes because I like to eat out (pretty sure most places have cockroaches), but when I feel it being pulled out of my mouth, it's an entirely different feeling, especially since I feel like I tried dry swallowing a pill after finding the hair. —hankim
Taqueria Guadalajara - Free chips and you don't have to pay extra for sour cream or guacamole, which is a nice difference from most other burrito places. I either split a Super Giant Burrito or get a Super Burrito.
Local Hangout Spots
Activities and Recreation Center - Usually lifting. Hey, he might not agree with how it is run, but he is still paying for it.
Any of the restaurants listed above.
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Howdy... err... Han or Hank or ...??? (Sorry, your username is a bit ambiguous). My name's Evan, pleased to meet you! I answered your question about Hickey Pool. Welcome to the Wiki! —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards
2009-09-21 12:34:12 Hi there. Based on the signage on the door, the business name for the new yogurt shop appears to be SugarPlum (no space), a Wiki page that already exists. (Unless you have info from another source, such as its website? I didn't find anything on this company when I did a simple search.) So I redirected the newest "Sugar Plum Yogurt" page to the existing one. It probably needed to be done eventually anyway. —robinlaughlin
2009-10-15 05:19:55 AS Papers no longer receives a subsidy because the unit was for the most part slashed. However, money will still be spent on this as the unit now falls under the direction of the ASUCD Vice President who will hire a coordinator of sorts to run AS Papers. The "alternative media" is under the direction of the executive office. Only in ASUCD. —GregWebb
2009-10-15 10:25:55 It would fall under Vice President in the budget, probably as a line item. Unfortunately the budget details are not online, just the funding towards each unit. There is a $756* increase for the office of the vice president, perhaps that's for the AS Papers coordinator. I can't say for certain because I don't have access to the budget but the Controller or Vice President could give you that information. Generally the executive office is allocated funds in the budget but their use is never actually defined, basically it's discretionary.
The decision to remove the autonomy of AS Papers was made during budget hearings, the minutes for that meeting do not appear to be online either.
Again, it's very difficult to cite my sources because information is not readily available on the ASUCD website and this is unfortunate. You'll have to make your way to the Ivory Tower (3rd Floor MU) to get the details. —GregWebb
2009-10-15 10:58:31 Yeah, AS Papers gets a coordinator through the office of the Vice President who looks after AS Papers, which no longer receives its own budget. —EliYani
2009-11-25 23:00:26 Hey, if it's on the wiki and it doesn't say otherwise, it's Creative Commons-Attribution. So feel free to use my graph. Let me know if you want the source data, too. Also I'm pretty sure Obama doesn't play M:tG. —BrentLaabs
2009-11-25 23:19:55 Real nerds get this joke —- > Also, raw data uploaded to budget cuts page. —BrentLaabs
2009-12-12 17:48:34 A good metric for comparing construction costs is the dollars per square foot. Then you take a look at the type of construction and find a comparable set of standards to compare to. University construction tends to run a higher because of the requirements of lab and medical buildings. —JasonAller
2009-12-12 17:51:09 A handy reference for construction costs is http://rsmeans.reedconstructiondata.com/. A&E automatically takes a percentage off the top of each project for "construction management" in order to fund their operations. —JasonAller
2010-01-26 07:54:41 Thanks for the links, Han. I can't decide which picture to use yet. —Risky
2010-01-31 18:17:56 hello!~ this is ling! I have just gotten your email, and I would love more information regarding your room. And yes, both my friend and I are freshman so we have quite a few years left under our belts. We are open to options right now. Thanks —lingxie9
2010-02-03 22:04:05 I wish someone would have pointed that out! All this time i've been the girl with the doberman for a boyfriend. Ha! He's smart but he's no software engineer! —MichellePalmer
2010-02-07 00:22:39 I am interested in the room you advertised here on the wiki, if it is still available. My email is japorito@gmail, if you want to contact me. —JSaporito
2010-02-09 18:19:28 Unless it's a personal issue, please add feel free to your problems with CalPIRG on on the entry to educate people about why they might not want to support them. Be bold in stating your views; there's plenty of room for others to state their reasons to support them on the same entry. Sometimes people are a bit hesitant to be negative, but a rational statement that points out problems with a subject (even really severe issues) is not the same thing as a personal attack. —JabberWokky
2010-02-09 21:24:57 Hey Han, have we met? you play MTG, do you go to Drom's? Is this the Han who is a computer science major? —DagonJones
2010-02-17 09:13:24 Thanks so much for restoring page!!!!!!!!!!!!! Deleted it by accident. —RonLautzenheiser
2010-02-17 19:55:52 I agree with your comment about transparency in our school budget 100% —OliviaY
2010-02-18 14:02:00 I think a lot of people get annoyed with ASUCD. Pretty much everyone I knew between 02-06 lamented the loss of our money. Those are also the years UCD decided to go to Division 1, build the new ARC and stuff, and open it pretty much at the end of our time there after we paid for it for a few years. Grrrr, that sucked. The one thing I really, really miss about Davis was the student-run buses. —EdWins
2010-02-23 19:25:34 Thanks! I was starting to wonder if I was losing my mind. :-) —CovertProfessor
2010-02-25 15:49:12 I guess I shouldn't reply to that with "That's what she said". ;) —JabberWokky
2010-02-25 16:21:08 I'm still upset that they cancelled Birds of Prey. —JabberWokky
2010-02-25 17:26:27 Never liked Smallville much either. BoP was enjoyable in a Angel kind of way, but then, I like the smaller scale stories. On the DC side of things, I've always liked titles like Swamp Thing more than the big, Earth changer stories. Actually, same thing for Marvel, where I like Cloak and Dagger (I haven't yet read the Dark X-Men where they are part of a superhero group). —JabberWokky
2010-02-26 02:18:07 It read as either a criticism or promotion of the ADA, depending on whether you read sarcasm into it or not. Also, the political origin of the ADA is not relevant to the MUGA or to Davis specifically, while the fact that the MUGA is being redesigned to address ADA compliance issues certainly is. —IDoNotExist
2010-03-05 16:33:34 No, no hard feelings at all. My perception is that you and I have some different views on some political/economic issues, so when we reach a point where I feel like we're just repeating ourselves I generally stop. :-) But as you say, we agree on many issues, too. —CovertProfessor
2010-03-06 19:34:27 Heh. If only. That would fork the conversations rather badly. —IDoNotExist
2010-03-07 20:07:45 There's more coming to "balance" it... or to crush it under the weight of a wall of text. I'm working on putting my thoughts down in a more coherent way. —TomGarberson
2010-03-07 20:12:46 Hahahaha that's one of my all-time favorite XKCDs! <3 —TomGarberson
2010-03-07 21:37:43 Cute. Should be a macro for it... :) —IDoNotExist
2010-03-07 21:57:35 Sorry I glossed over the budgetary limits and all that; the stuff you've written about transparency and accountability with the budget makes a lot of sense to me, but I don't know enough about it at the moment to really stand by it. So... yeah, that topic's a bit simplified. Hopefully the scales are balanced on the other topics, though! —TomGarberson
2010-03-09 14:50:42 The first four sentences address the idea that the university should be financially sound even if you suddenly remove half a billion dollars from its budget.
Research is normally published and accessible for free. That's the whole point. Everyone benefits from the research because everyone can see, examine, and validate the results, and everyone can build on them. Research based on grants is normally also public. Keep in mind that researchers reputations and careers depend on their work being published publicly.
I never said invading Iraq was logical. I'm asserting that we wouldn't be paying any attention to the Middle East if not for the oil.
I've experienced CA's regulations first hand, and believe me, I support them. My life is significantly better because of them. One small example: here's what LA used to look like before pollution controls, and before it got really heavy traffic:
It's those regulations that cleaned the air, protect the water, protect public health and safety, and keep people from losing their shirts. Take a look at countries such as Russia and China, where there is not anywhere near the level of regulation. China doesn't effectively regulate air quality. Here's a typical day in beautiful Beijing (or what you can see of it...): http://www.fpstudent.ca/Images/beijing-smog.bmp —IDoNotExist
2010-03-09 17:11:33 You mean the requirement that TVs use less energy? How is that harmful? It reduces energy usage, reduces pollution, and spurs development of energy efficient TVs that are used worldwide.
It seems to me that people have no problem coming to California to work for the companies here, nor do they have problems starting them here. The evidence contradicts your assertions.
Education is an industry, even if it isn't industrial. It produces new technology and well educated students. It's not a *commercial* industry. But it is an industry.
Oil companies benefit if they have access to oil sources. Same with countries. Why do you think China is supporting a number of countries in the Middle East that we oppose. It isn't because they really like those countries. It's because they've got oil, and China needs lots of energy, both now, and in the future. —IDoNotExist
2010-03-09 20:36:28 Never said that. New technology is developed either because there is a demand for it or because someone happens to invent it for research or other similar reasons. Creating laws that generate a demand is one good way to create technologies that fulfill a certain need when the market fails to address that need on its own (such as when there is no economic incentive to address environmental issues.)
Ummm...companies have been downsizing and laying people off all over the country for the past several years. (Worldwide, actually.) That's what happens in a recession by definition! And this one is unusually severe. —IDoNotExist
2010-03-09 21:30:44 Research grants are sticky and conditional funds that are often narrowly targeted rather than being general budget funds. I'd be surprised if the actual UC budget1 at any level included them other than as a sidebar. Surprised, but not astonished. The more research funds you get, the higher your ranking as a research university... Sarah, and to a lesser extent, myself, are searching for a post-doc position for her, and those rankings are quite helpful. By the way, protest, vote and complain all you can, as they need to be hiring faculty in about two years! —JabberWokky
2010-03-09 23:37:24 If it's still there at some point tomorrow I'll probably do it myself, but I'd much rather not. Just as I think Jessica did a rather poor job of presenting it, I'm sure she'd rather I not write the section :) —TomGarberson
2010-03-09 23:41:50 Rather than citing conservative pundits and libertarian think tanks, I suggest talking to people who actually work in the industry, and who run those companies. While I'm sure that it is possible to find individual companies that move to evade rules in any given state, there is not exactly an up and coming software industry around Vegas and Reno...
The problem with waiting for the market to catch up with environmental concerns is that it generally doesn't do so on its own. Markets are driven by the marginal utility of purchases to the individual, not to the whole of society or to the ecosystem. If you buy an inefficient TV, you may not realize the impact that it has on the environment or your power bill. Even if you do, most people may not care. Look at how many people bought highly polluting SUVs for 20 years until gas got expensive. But products that use a lot of power greatly impact the environment by increasing carbon emissions and other pollutants at the power plant, as well as environmental destruction when obtaining fuel to power them. Markets fail to address externalities such as pollution, or to address them on the time scales needed to prevent health and environmental effects, because those externalities are not built into the pricing models for the products. Thus, they have to be built in legally, by placing incentives into the market, either on the producer or consumer side, to choose or produce products that are as free of those external effects as possible.
Other regulations address things like health and safety. I'm certainly glad that cars have airbags and seatbelts now. A seatbelt saved my life once. The auto industry fought them. Cars now have pollution controls that limit emissions. The auto industry fought it. Cars are much safer now because of regulations. Auto industry fought it! Cars don't use leaded gas any more. That was a law too.
2010-03-09 23:53:59 That is the best news ever. Sadly I bet it will open right AFTER I move out of the colleges at the end of my last year here.
2010-03-10 11:24:09 I'd suggest doing some research on the costs of doing business in California. The costs of *incorporating* in CA are somewhat higher than in NV or Montana, but also somewhat lower than in DE, depending on how your company is structured. Taxes on companies are actually pretty close among most states, although a few have no corporate taxes. But if you do business in CA, you are required to pay CA taxes for those operations anyway, so it doesn't save you any money. The cost of paying employees is indeed higher in some parts of CA, but the cost of *living* in CA is also higher. For example, you have to pay people more if they work in the Bay Area. But the cost of living is also substantially higher there. However, there are also far more workers in that area who have the skills that these companies need. As I said, there's no Silicon Valley in NV.
There is a market demand for seatbelts and airbags *now*. The automakers actively fought Congress on including them before the laws requiring them were passed. It took decades before the automakers realized that additional safety features made their cars easier to sell.
I'm sorry. Your assertions about the EPA simply make no sense. You are saying that we benefit from EPA regulation, but that we should eliminate it out of fear that it might regulate too much. That's contradictory. You say that it was ineffective because politicians blocked it from being able to act, but rather than going after the politicians, you use that as an excuse to eliminate the agency! That's like cutting a huge chunk of the university's budget and then saying that we should eliminate the university because it is ineffective because we failed to properly fund it! The argument makes no sense. (By the way, the EPA is considered the gold standard worldwide in environmental protection, second only to a little state called California.)
It must be terrible having clean air to breath, clean water to drink, lower pollution from cars and factories, species being protected from extinction, toxic waste sites getting cleaned up, and the emission of toxins. I'm very sympathetic to your plight. After all, the industrial polluters who caused major environmental damage for well over a century would obviously have come around when market forces demanded it, and they just weren't given enough time to do so. In a few more centuries, they might have learned their lesson. We know they learned since then, since they have done everything they could on their own to minimize their impact on global warming rather than fighting it continuously in Congress, right? Oh wait. That never happened. That's why we have an EPA in the first place.
Also, I don't understand the libertarian fear of, well, pretty much everything! The idea seems to be that anything that comes from a government takes away your freedom and is bad, even if it doesn't impact your actions at all and protects you! And that everyone else is to be feared. So everyone should be walking around in constant fear of everyone else. It doesn't make sense to me. —IDoNotExist
2010-03-10 12:07:58 Again, you should study the industry. Silicon Valley has hundreds of companies doing related work. It's easy for them to interact, to meet, to make deals, and for employees to move around between them so that talent goes where it is needed. That simply doesn't exist in NV. NV's laws are basically favorable to tourism and gambling, and that's what it has. By the way, Las Vegas is also having major economic problems. Tourists suddenly stopped coming because of the economy. The evidence does not support your argument.
It depends on whether I thought the law would make me money. If everyone has to buy my option, it's no longer a product differentiator. It's a requirement. No one will buy my car because it has that feature because *every* car has it. Plus, it imposes a cost. Including a new safety feature may raise the price of my car, potentially impacting sales. Plus, it may require design and engineering modifications to my product, which costs money for engineering and testing and retooling. In the case of the auto industry, adding seatbelts likely cost them several million dollars per car to design and test, plus several millions more per year in actual seatbelt costs. So they had a strong incentive to fight it. But it saves a LOT of lives.
I'm sorry. You've really lost me on the EPA argument. You are arguing that the EPA will always be a bad thing, despite all the good that it has done, and therefore we should eliminate it. The evidence doesn't support this. It has never been an organization for controlling your actions, and it has a strong record of protecting health and the environment. So again, your argument fails on lack of evidence to support your position.
2010-03-10 16:41:22 There is a Panda Express on campus here, and Sarah's on campus working on her thesis. The coupon was almost awesome... except they were closed for spring break. D'oh! —JabberWokky
2010-03-10 16:58:12 Substantially more than an hour — those odd arcs to the crossroads and the jagged meandering look to the road down? That route down to Harrisburg is up and down mountains the entire route, and it's actually a much longer distance by road (as opposed to point-to-point) as a result. Each crossroad is a valley road between mountains. Pretty during the day, kind of scary at night, terrifying with heavy fog or ice, and just a shade this side of suicidal when there is a combo of heavy fog and ice. —JabberWokky
2010-03-10 17:59:53 It's New York Chinese in this corner of the world. Really good, and it's been through it's own little culture fusion long enough to be a distinct cuisine unto itself. No decent sushi, however. Then again, I never knew wings could be so varied and good... or that you could steam cook a cheeseburger. And it tastes good. Strange. —JabberWokky
2010-03-10 18:21:18 Sounds revolting, tastes great. They also steam the cheese, and it's like a hot, thick, doughy and salty lump of cheese. It's really very different, but a surprisingly good variation on a classic. There are probably a half dozen local cuisine favorites that I'm forgetting. Oh, and when you walk into a chip aisle here, they have at least five times the selection of potato chips and pretzels that I've seen anywhere else. In any given kind of store. No BevMo or even Safeway... all alcohol of any kind is only sold by the state or restaurants, with an odd semi-exception of bottle shops, which sell "food", and have most of their "restaurant" devoted to alcohol. It's also the hardest drinking town I have ever seen, and I've lived in five/six college towns or neighborhoods (never officially lived in Chapel Hill when I went to Duke). No real cafes... not in the sense that Davis has them, and very little live music. This is a sports town, and campus has the largest stadium in the western hemisphere and the third largest in the world. Not really a great fit for the things Sarah and I like to do, but good people are everywhere in the world, and it is always fun to learn someplace new. —JabberWokky
2010-03-11 13:52:18 Yeah, that seems likely. I might try calling just to check at some point. —TomGarberson
2010-03-11 17:05:11 Just calling it as I see it. We have an obligation to fight if the system is corrupt, not an obligation to ruin the lives of our peers in the process. —AmyOhe
2010-03-11 18:20:22 Good question :) City of Davis wasn't incorporated for another 4 years, though, and even come 1950, the population of Davis was just 3,557. So my guess would be the first track in Davis, as well as at UCD. But that's just a guess.
Regarding tense, pretty much all of the timeline entries are written in the present simple. —TomGarberson
2010-03-12 02:25:43 apparently not —StevenDaubert
2010-03-12 02:28:51 escape the code? I dunno —StevenDaubert
2010-03-14 02:53:16 I am aware of all internet traditions —StevenDaubert
2010-03-14 11:32:38 You could trace budget cuts back to the politicians' grandparents for teaching the parents to teach the politicians to be greedy, if you really wanted to. It really isn't an "evil conservative" viewpoint. But if nobody addresses the specific sources that currently have the power to change the state of things (the economists who advise the politicians, perhaps?), then we're all just a bunch of whiners and no better than the March 4 protesters. —Myself
2010-03-15 09:33:49 Yeah, I accidentally left the edit comment in place after I had already seen the edit and accounted for it. The question was answered to me before I posted the question (forgetting to remove it from the comment). —JabberWokky
2010-03-15 15:16:29 My wife gets into full armor with helm and a large shield every weekend. That's not self defense, that's pretty much purely a martial art. I used to do trebuchet, which makes for a pretty good self defense weapon... if you can hit them with one of the cross beams, as it takes quite awhile to set up. There is quite a bit of sport to such things, beyond simple self defense. Formal combat can be good clean fun, too. —JabberWokky
2010-03-19 14:55:16 Yes, maybe the description should say "Chinese, and udon." —KellyM
2010-03-23 10:44:16 Sorry — you're right. Others have, though, and I am frustrated with how this page has exploded into a condemnation of someone without a shred of evidence. And I think too many people these days assume the worst about others, instead of giving them the benefit of the doubt. —CovertProfessor
2010-03-23 10:51:59 Yep... well, we have very different takes on things, as I've noted before. But I was hoping we could all agree that either way, it's pointless speculation. —CovertProfessor
2010-03-23 10:54:21 I'm not excusing the woman's behavior. I'm just saying it looks very different if she is genuinely homeless and down on her luck versus if she is going home to a nice house every evening (as the girl the YouTube video was doing). —CovertProfessor
2010-03-23 10:56:14 Yes, I agree it requires a bit of a mental shift. —CovertProfessor
2010-03-23 15:27:00 I can not believe I didn't think of ASUCD to add to Con Artists. I have never had direct involvement with UCD, and even I've seen the whirlwind mess that they get into at times. Heh. —JabberWokky
2010-03-23 18:38:57 As I said, a slippery slope. —CovertProfessor
2010-03-23 18:57:39 Ok, we'll wait and see. —CovertProfessor
2010-03-25 12:23:47 Hey I just saw your activity on the facebook page for DCR. That group has pretty much fallen apart due to poor leadership the last few years. I wouldn't anticipate getting much help from them in their current state if you are trying to get anything done on campus. —OliviaY
2010-03-28 13:52:19 Yes, but why promote Wikipedia links above any other site's links? Usually the outside links are at the bottom of the entry, except for official links, which tend to be right at the top. The Fair Trade Federation's link would be more likely to place at the top, although I think the Fair Trade movement doesn't seem to have an actual official group who defines it (like most "movements"). —JabberWokky
I think one reason to prefer WikiPedia links, is that they are another wiki. Maybe interwiki links in general, and WikiPedia links in particular, are less likely to break in the future than general web links also. -NickSchmalenberger
2010-03-29 11:55:05 That might be true...I don't really remember how everything went. If you want to remove the info, I'm not gonna revert it again, I just didn't want it to fall off the recent changes completely unnoticed. —JoePomidor
2010-03-30 16:58:13 I know. But eh, don't delete info just because it's classified wrong. It's close enough for me. Improvised burny crap. —WilliamLewis
2010-04-06 22:40:01 That's a fantastic idea! I'll copy the apartments list over there so people can work on it as they have a chance. —TomGarberson
2010-04-06 22:50:20 Haha good call... I like it! —TomGarberson
2010-04-14 19:09:24 Thanks for transferring the page, Han. I'm happy that you made the effort to compromise. And btw, I think your blog is really cool. —ScottMeehleib
2010-04-14 21:00:13 Out of curiosity, do you like to drink alcohol excessively or even moderately? —ScottMeehleib
- 1(I can see them being lumped in in press releases and such