He has taught you soccer, been at your recitals, paid for your education and been there for you from your first parking ticket to the sleepless nights when one of your children has been sick. Definitely, such a man deserves something great for the holiday season.
The event is held at Ruby’s Diner and the address is: 245 North Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach, California 90277. The telephone number is: 310-376-7829. According to the flyer, the events will be held through “Fall 2009.” In the past, this event was scheduled for Friday afternoons during Pacific Daylight Time so I would suggest checking the website www.myspace.co,/rubysredondobeachevents for up-to-the-minute details.
We’re having another baby! What dad doesn’t love to wake up to absolute chaos early in the morning and have his lovely wife say with joy, “Honey, I’m pregnant! I had a hunch and I took a test… can you believe it?” If you happen to have a positive pregnancy test on hand, either as a sentimental keepsake or one a pregnant friend might have helped you out with, your prank will go the distance.
This is my least favorite of the Disney parks. We went last time we were over and only stayed a couple of hours. The reason being Busch Gardens beats them hands down with the amount and variety of animals you get to see.
With all the Disney parks offering ‘Fastpass’, you can certainly use your time more wisely. Just don’t get stuck on one ride and miss your time frame. If you do you have to start the process again.
SS: When Dopium came out there was a video online of you where you were getting a haircut and you got a miami dade traffic ticket outside the barber shop. You spoke about how you were tired of being a slave to your bills and how cats in the rap game live beyond their means. Why do you think so many rappers, and really black people in general floss just to be seen by others?
I was given an antibiotic cream and some medication for pain, and I was instructed to leave the bandage in place until the next day. The pain that night was moderate and controlled by the medication. I was excited, however, to take off the bandage and see the results of the surgery.
Not since Shakespeare’s time where double negatives considered a proper grammatical form for English! This test took me for so many twists and turns with its EXTREMELY poor translation and its “no” + “no” = “yes” terminology that I felt I was going to vomit. I took the entire 30 minutes to complete this test with a certainty that I was going to fail. At least I got that part right.
It seems I’ve become unaccustomed to top-notch customer service. But I know it when I see it and there it was, in that brief interaction with Louis from the Ritz-Carlton. My complaint was addressed in a way that was prompt, courteous, efficient, customer-focused and non-defensive. The impact on me, as the customer? I feel good about returning to the Ritz-Carlton. I will recommend it to others and, as you see, I’m spreading the word. Isn’t this the way your clients and customers should feel and talk about you?