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  • 1. Foster, Robert A Jr DMD PC

    1230 Johnson Ferry Pl

    7.56 mi Services

    Family and Cosmetic dentistry in a non-corporate environment

    2. Bradford, Hank DMD

    3535 W Booth Road Ext SW

    3. Andy W Suresh DMD MSD

    2852 Johnson Ferry Rd

    8.13 mi Services

    I never write reviews and I really cant believe i am writing one for a root canal but I must say i went to Dr. Suresh and i was pleasantly surprised. Not what I was expecting at all. Root canals are

    4. Bath Ritu

    472 N Sessions St NW

    Dr. Bath came highly recommended because of her skills. I found the pricing to be outrageous for the procedures and the professionalism was not there. I would have liked to know that as I am getting m

    5. Tate, James S DDS

    1225 Johnson Ferry Rd

    Dr. Bath came highly recommended because of her skills. I found the pricing to be outrageous for the procedures and the professionalism was not there. I would have liked to know that as I am getting my teeth worked on that full attention is on me and not on what type of shoes they like to wear, documents being signed that can’t possibly wait until I’m out of the chair. This all happening while getting a root canal. I might give a three or four star for skill but one star for professionalism, full explanation of procedure and pricing for procedures.Sincerely, Unhappy Paitent

    Andy W Suresh DMD MSD

    I never write reviews and I really cant believe i am writing one for a root canal but I must say i went to Dr. Suresh and i was pleasantly surprised. Not what I was expecting at all. Root canals are never fun , but I’ll go back if I ever need another. He’s quick. The shot always scares me the most, but i only felt it a tiny bit on his – he’s good. You won’t go wrong here. Thanks for everything Dr. Andy.

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    Умри, но не сейчас (2002 )

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    Pierce Brosnan gives one last mission as James Bond. Starting off in North Korea, Bond is betrayed and captured. 14 months later, Bond is set free, but traded for Zao who was captured by MI6. When back in his world, Bond sets off to track down Zao. Bond gets caught up in yet another scheme which sends him to millionaire Gustav Graves. Another MI6 agent known as Miranda Frost is also posing as a friend of Graves. Bond is invited to a presentation held by Graves about a satellite found in space which can project a huge laser beam. Bond must stop this madman with a fellow American agent, known as Jinx. Whilst Bond tries to stop Graves and Zao, will he finally reveal who betrayed him? Written by simon

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    Top Notch Acting In A Good Suspense-Mystery.

    Hide and Seek is one of the best horror films I ve seen in awhile. It is about a psychologist, David Callaway (Robert DeNiro) whose wife commits suicide, and he decides to move to upstate New York with his daughter, Emily (Dakota Fanning), whose personality has severely changed after her mother s death. A family friend/psychologist/co-worker of David, Katherine (Famke Janssen) disagrees with David s decision to move, and thinks that Emily should stay where she is. Then after David and Emily move into their new house, David meets Elizabeth (Elisabeth Shue), who becomes a friend to David and Emily. Then strange things begin to happen – Emily discovers a new imaginary friend, Charlie. And then people start to die.

    Robert DeNiro and Dakota Fanning are both brilliant, their performances were extremely real and convincing. Dakota is quite talented for her age, and DeNiro gives another great performance like he always does. Famke Janssen ( Don t Say A Word and House on Haunted Hill ) also does great, and Elisabeth Shue ( The Karate Kid ) is also very good. In fact, the whole cast was great. The whole film was really suspenseful, and it tricks you a lot. The atmosphere was heavy, I loved the whole feeling of the secluded upstate New York small-town, and the large house David and Emily move into.

    I liked this movie because it was more psychological rather than chop and slash gore that most horror films use to scare people. Hide and Seek has a good, solid story behind it, which is why it is such a good horror film, and the acting is top notch on top of it all. I don t understand everyone s problem with this movie, it was actually quite good. Sure, the ending is a little clich , but the rest of the movie was good enough on it s own. 8/10.

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    Камень желаний (2009 )

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    Shot in the spring and summer of 2008, but post-production took so long that the film wasn’t released until a year later. See more

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    During the initial classroom scene when the teacher is conducting an experiment with catalysts, the blink contest girl blinks in a brief moment wherein the aliens are circling the bottoms of the classroom desks, ruining her record. See more

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    Laser. Hey she has a rock just like ours.
    Lug. That is ours, you dummy.
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    When the closing credits reach the song section, Jimmy Bennett states he wrote the song ‘Summer Never Ends’ thereby his wish came true See more

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    Shorts is amusing and doesn t take itself seriously at all. It resembles Malcolm in the Middle, with the central kid s narration, the high-speed montages, and exaggeratedly eccentric characters.

    The plot winds around a strange rainbow-colored rock that grants wishes. Inevitable, this results as you would expect, with carelessly thought out wishes backfiring for some good-natured slapstick comedy.

    The actors make a pretty good ensemble cast, and seem to be enjoying making the film, but I think they know there won t be a lot of Oscars handed out for this movie. The montages are used as a buffer between scenes. They simulate video camera rewinding, or the kid s confused memory right after eating too much sugary cereal–I m not sure. But I do think they re used too much, making them distracting. The story is told in non-linear style, jumping from the present to flashbacks and back again, but this seems more of an unnecessary gimmick that really doesn t help tell the story.

    The adult characters are nutty and over the top, but the actors faithfully go for the silliness and do adequately. The child actors do well too, especially newcomer Jolie Vanier, as the bitter rich girl bully. She has one of the few characters with enough dimension (albeit comically exaggerated) to logically evolve throughout the story, and plays the role to the hilt. Her facial expressions are hilarious, and dominate every scene she s in. This actress has a promising future.

    What the movie makers were wishing for was a simple kids comedy, and that s just what this film is, no more–no less. It s all just some good clean fun, clowning around for its own sake.

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    The classic story of Romeo and Juliet, set in a modern-day city of Verona Beach. The Montagues and Capulets are two feuding families, whose children meet and fall in love. They have to hide their love from the world because they know that their parents will not allow them to be together. There are obstacles on the way, like Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt, and Romeo’s friend Mercutio, and many fights. But although it is set in modern times, it is still the same timeless story of the “star crossed lovers”.

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    In the outlands of Mantua Romeo calls out Juliet s name from his knees while facing the sun. He then stands and turns around. In the next shot, shadows indicate that he is walking towards the sun again. See more

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    Anchorwoman. Two households, both alike in dignity, in fair Verona, where we lay our scene. From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, where civil blood makes civil hands unclean. From forth the fatal loins of these two foes, a pair of star-crossed lovers take their life, whose misadventured piteous overthrows doth, with their death, bury their parents’ strife. The fearful passage of their death-marked love and the continuance of their parents’ rage, which, but their children’s end, naught could.
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    Beautiful Modernization of Shakespeare s Classic Play

    The amazing thing about this movie is that it has managed to re-do Shakespeare s famous tragedy in a modern setting while still retaining its original dialogue. What s even more amazing is it works. I admit that I was a little apprehensive about seeing this movie, fearing that Luhrman had either destroyed the play s beauty and power by setting it in modern times, or had butchered Shakespeare s eloquent words by making them sound more modern. I was wrong. Almost everything about this movie is just incredible.

    Luhrman brilliantly casted Claire Danes as fourteen-year-old Juliet. The actress certainly looks the part, with her youthful features and innocent eyes. More importantly, she acts the part. Ms. Danes almost flawlessly captures Juliet s distressing journey from childhood to womanhood, beautifully showing her dramatic transition which had taken toll on her during her five day relationship with Romeo. When the story begins, Juliet is a naive girl, having not yet experienced true love, and by the end we can clearly see just how much her love for Romeo has deepened in passion, and how dramatically her character has developed.

    Leanardo DeCaprio s Romeo was almost equally impressive. Some of his recitations of Shakespeare made me cringe, but for the most part he was perfect. One of Romeo s most important characteristics in the play is the intensity of his emotions, and DeCaprio captures this feature incredibly. Romeo is brash and impulsive, with a tendency to act on the heat of the moment rather than to first consider the situation like the more levelheaded Juliet. This unfortunate characteristic, which played a huge role in leading up to the lovers tragic fate, is wonderfully mastered by DeCaprio and retained throughout the film. But we also, like with Juliet, get a glimpse of his character s development. At the beginning of the play Romeo is a hopeless romantic who fantasizes of love, and seems to dwell more in his daydreamed world than actually on earth. At this point he has no idea what true love really is, he only thinks he does. It is not until he meets Juliet that he can begin to comprehend the true depth and passion of love. DeCaprio triumphs in this area as well.

    The other actors are superb, and wonderfully portray their characters as Shakespeare intended. But what really impressed me was, as I stated earlier, the keeping of Shakespeare s original dialogue in Luhrman s modern setting. I know some people criticize this film for destroying the romance and beauty of Shakespeare s words by setting the story in modern day Verona, but I feel that it only made the film more romantic. What Luhrman did was both bold and brilliant, and he succeeded wonderfully.

    I won t speak any more of the brilliance of this film, I just highly recommend you see it as soon as possible. If you re a fan of Shakespeare like me, I think you will enjoy this hip, yet still lovely, modernization of his most famous play ever.

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    Today, we can’t imagine ourselves without technological advances such as cars, microwaves, cell phones, computers, and televisions. However, technology won’t stop here, but develop further. As technology develops, there are not only advantages, but disadvantages from them. A few advantages of upgraded technology are that one can save time and money and life will be made easier as a result of not having to do all the hard labor. In contrast, the disadvantages of upgraded technology are that people will loose their jobs to machines that will do the work for them. In addition, machines and robots are too complex for most people to use.

    I personally would want a developed world with advanced technologies. The following are the reasons why I do want a more advanced world with advanced technologies. My major reason is because when you have advanced technologies, life is much easier as robots and machines would take over your daily life chores. For example, daily life chores might be serving your breakfast, cutting your lawn, or cleaning your room. With robots and machines doing one’s chores one has time to relax. Another reason is because unlike humans, robots and machines do not make mistakes when programmed correctly. They always accomplish tasks perfectly so you won’t have to worry about making a mistake and getting trouble.

    Other reasons why I want advanced technologies are because they save a great deal of time and money. For example, if you are a wealthy man who always had trouble employing talented maids, you can buy a cleaning robot and use it for the rest of your life. Therefore, you won’t have to use all your time employing talented maids. Also, you will save a lot of money from not having to pay servants. Another example of benefits from advanced technology is that if there are new, developed vehicles that will transport people to anywhere rapidly, so that one would not need to spend all those boring, long hours in an airplane to try to get to another country, which will save much time not only on long travels but also on daily commutes.

    As there are so many advantages from highly developed technology, there also is a great deal of disadvantages from them. One disadvantage is that as technology develops, robots and machines will take over many jobs and people will loose their jobs by contrast. As people loose their jobs, they will have hard time getting money which would make it hard for them to continue to meet living expenses. Moreover, as people use less money the economy would be difficult to control and especially if it is a country as large as the United States, the problem will influence the world greatly.

    Another disadvantage of highly developed technology is that machines and robots are complex. It is hard to activate all the machines you have unless you can multitask. Think about it, if most people have trouble on computers and almost all of us don’t know the actual limit of computers’ abilities, how will us, normal people, work with all the robots and machines? Moreover, just like computers, robots and machines will easily break and most time you won’t know how to fix them and one will have to call someone to fix them. People will loose their temper over this and it will create a large expense to repair them.

    Even as there are as many advantages ad disadvantages of technology, I personally wish a more advanced world with great technologies. It would be so cool to work out all the complicated machines and robots. Don’t you think it will be awesome to press just a few complicated buttons than do the labor yourself? In the future it would be more about using your brain and being intelligent than doing the hard labor yourself. I hope these days come within my lifetime.

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    Yes. It’s true that technology is very useful to us but not to the point of being dependent on it. It may help us make our work easier and more efficient but it will also make us lazy. We will never know the essence of hardwork and manpower because we think technology can do all the works.

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    I went to school with Kaylie when I was in 7th grade (Providence K-8). Me and her dated for 4 months. We still talked a lot everyday. I was tried to talk to her the day she left us but as I found out I was 15 minutes to late. I beat myself up saying things could ve been different if I would have messaged her sooner . She is in a better place making god laugh now. I miss her, but I will see her again one day. She was such a great, happy, beautiful person.

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    i honestly think that people can survive without all this technoligybut people just dont think so imean if you out to a camp then your likely to bring some kind of technoligy, and if you do ittl probably be your ipod or something and if you have app and stuff that you use all the time on it then all you will be doing is staying in your trailer or tent or something and not even go outside and that is not camping to me, and robots do ing all of our chores it sounds good and all but what. (more )

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    Market research analysts help their clients figure out who their consumers are, what those consumers want and how much they’ll pay for what they want. Analysts reach these conclusions with traditional methodologies like focus groups and surveys, as well as newer technologies. “Our industry has changed so much even in the last five years,” says Ted Donnelly, managing director for the marketing research and focus group firm Baltimore Research and chairman for the Marketing Research Association’s national board of directors. “We have so many new tools in the tool kit.” One of those new tools is geofencing, which uses GPS or similar technology to construct a virtual fence around a business and deliver targeted advertisements to a customer’s phone as he or she walks through a store. Eyetracking, which monitors how your eye travels around a website, is another technology these professionals use.

    Market research analysts also churn out reports on sales trends and consumer demographics, preferences, needs and buying habits. They must be able to present their findings to clients in an easy-to-understand way. The process of collecting and analyzing data is logical and quantifiable; gauging why target audiences might be attracted to a particular product is anything but. This is why some of the most successful analysts seem to understand human emotions as much as they understand logic.

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    First Drive: 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 1LE

    Chevrolet started working on variations of the 1LE in 1988, to improve the then third-generation Camaro’s racetrack handling, for events like the Player’s Challenge Series, which ran from 1986 to 1992. Race teams had asked the folks at Chevy to improve the car, and they in turn installed larger calipers from the Caprice, and bolted on Corvette rotors and suspension components, among a few other handling-enhancing items. Thus the 1LE was born, and by 1989 it was available through Chevy dealers.

    The company followed up with a 1LE package for the fourth-generation Camaro throughout the 1990s, installing Koni shocks and further enhancing its handling. The fifth-generation Camaro 1LE was introduced in 2010 and was criticized for its excessive understeer, which prompted Chevy engineers to retort two years later by introducing the highest-performance Camaro to date, the 580-hp ZL1, which borrowed parts heavily from the Corvette ZR1.

    2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE

    The Camaro 1LE returns for 2017, though there’s a new twist to this track-ready muscle car: For the first time since its introduction, there will be a V6-powered 1LE available alongside the traditional V8 model. The 1LE package is available with the 1LS and 2LS 3.6-litre V6 models, and with the 1SS V8 model. If you’re averse to using both feet when driving, though, you’ll be disappointed to learn that the 1LE is available only with a manual gearbox — everyone else can rejoice! The six-speed manual is operated conventionally in the V6, while the V8-powered SS incorporates no-lift shift (permits full-throttle, clutch-less gear changes) and rev-matching functions (automatic throttle blips on downshifts).

    Externally there are a couple of styling cues giving away the 1LE’s enhanced handling package, including the addition of a front splitter and rear spoiler, and matte-black hood wrap, though the SS 1LE has hood vents, hinting at its more muscular powerplant beneath. The V6 and the SS roll on 20-inch wheels, though the latter uses 1.5-inch wider wheels (9.5 in. front; 11 in. rear) and also rolls on stickier Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar tires, as opposed to the V6’s run-flats.

    The SS 1LE uses a 455-horsepower/455-lb.-ft. 6.2-litre V8, while the V6 model produces 335 hp and 284 lb.-ft. The engines in the 1LE models are identical in spec to the non-1LE cars; the differences are hidden within the undercarriage.

    The V6 1LE utilizes front suspension components from the Camaro SS, with performance-tuned shocks all around. It also uses a mechanical limited-slip differential with a shorter ratio than the standard V6, and it’s equipped with four-piston Brembo calipers up front.

    The SS 1LE gets its chassis components from the Camaro ZL1, including the adjustable FE4 Magnetic Ride suspension, six-piston calipers and larger discs up front, and four-piston calipers in the rear. An electronically controlled limited-slip differential is also part of its standard equipment. To keep you planted firmly due to the added grip of its wider, stickier tires, it also has form-fitting Recaro front seats.

    To prolong lapping sessions, both cars are equipped with engine, transmission and differential oil coolers, and both cars have dual-mode exhaust systems. There’s a very short list of available options: The Recaro seats are an extra-cost option on the V6 1LE, and you can add a performance data recorder to either car, which records lapping info and also has an on-board camera to record your track sessions.

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    Our lapping session begins in a V6 model, though we alternate through both models throughout the day. Although we’re granted only seven laps per session, the track measures 3.8 kilometres around and has 11 turns, providing ample opportunity to tax both cars’ handling. Both cars were set to Track mode (three modes in the V6, four, including Race Mode, in the SS), which loosens up the electronic safety net enough to get sideways without going all the way around.

    The V6 has a bit more understeer than the SS, partially due to its less grippy tires, but also because its suspension is a bit softer and induces a bit more body roll, though both cars feel remarkably tight through corners. Steering effort is lighter in the V6, and due to the lower terminal speeds at the end of the straights, it requires you try to carry more momentum into and through corners for quick laps. It’s also more difficult to make up lost ground if you make a mistake.

    The SS, on the other hand, requires more focus to drive, as this one will sink you into the driver’s seat at corner exit. It steers quicker and responds more faithfully to driver input, and is almost completely void of understeer — if you want to push the front through corners, you have to do it deliberately, otherwise it steers exactly where it is pointed. It’s also considerably faster; the only car making the passes during the lapping sessions, almost regardless of who’s behind the wheel, is the SS. Its larger brakes are more responsive and the pedal is firmer, though both cars maintained the same brake feel from the first lap to the last.

    Despite sharing platforms, the two 1LE models are completely different in character. The Camaro V6 1LE is the more affordable option, and can be regarded as more of a street car that you can take to the track. And you can easily improve on its racetrack performance by installing stickier tires. The Camaro SS 1LE is more of a track car that you can drive on the street. It’s faster, louder, and stiffer, and, of course, it has that luscious roar lacking in the V6 model.

    The 1LE package adds $5,195 over the base $29,295 V6, while the SS 1LE package adds $7,495 over the SS base price of $43,200.





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