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  1. ComputerGuy

    Southern Sisters Restaurant

    They do appear to frequently change their minds. They sure didn't have deep-fried chicken on the menu when I was there just before Xmas. That was a surprise. Guess they couldn't get it right, so better not to offer it.
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    La Montana

    The "partners" are married. And I have been watching them haul cement bags in and out, among other things. But look how long it is taking to "remodel" Salvadore's into Spago's...
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    Manix Valentine's Day

    Right now there is nothing on Manix's FaceBook page about it, unless it's hidden, so there is nowhere for the link to go.
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    Manix Valentine's Day

    Harry, that's a Facebook link, that isn't actually working, and many people here don't have FB.
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    Punto Verde Cafe

    Located in the same strip as Clinica Mascaras, and just a few doors east, a novel little restaurant that has a wide selection of flavoured coffees and drinks, and specializes in typical Venezuelan food. In particular, a sort-of sandwich called an arepas. Until yesterday, I'd only partaken of their very tasty frappa-cappa-choco-chino whatever cold coffees. My arepa meal started with a very nice and very fresh bowl of salad, enough for me. Served with a creamy balsamic drizzle, it included broccoli and some lovely green beans along with the lettuce, shredded carrot, and other ingredients. Then came the spinach-and-gouda stuffed arepas, two on the plate, jammed full of a yummy stuffing. An arepa looks like a sandwich made with crispy tortillas, but is in fact a maiz shell that's been fried for crispness and flavour. The whole meal was 88p, and quite enjoyable. They have other fillings, such as mushrooms, pork, and so on at varying prices. The place also serves little pizza things and other interesting dishes. Not a large menu, but more than enough for what it is. Service was friendly and efficient, and it's a place where everyone seems to know everyone. A little bit of Venezuela just down the street in Mexico.
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    Clean potable water delivery

    I don't know if anyone can know who has cleaner water.
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    Blue Rose Bistro NEW RESTAURANT

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    The Tiny-Johnny Forum?

    Humour and trolling are two different things. There is never room for trolling, as far as I'm concerned. jonny is such an arse I put him on ignore over a week ago, and yet half the responses I see in current threads are all decrying his constant unhealthy nattering, so I know it's a big deal here.
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    The Tiny-Johnny Forum?

    If he is your form of entertainment, mod 2, remind me never to party with you. The guy exists merely to snipe, and that is not what this place is for. And now someone has dedicated a whole thread to a troll. What a waste of time.
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    Agua Purificada Jocotepec. Glass garafons if you don't like plastic. Much, much cheaper than 36p (that's ridiculous), and much closer to you than many. They deliver to us every Saturday morning. https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b&q=agua jocotepec&num=100&newwindow=1&safe=off&npsic=0&rflfq=1&rlha=0&rllag=20290073,-103407312,2679&tbm=lcl&rldimm=4310919572275005780&ved=2ahUKEwi-p6yh8PXfAhVL-qwKHZMiCsQQvS4wAXoECAMQNA&rldoc=1&tbs=lrf:!2m4!1e17!4m2!17m1!1e2!2m1!1e2!2m1!1e3!2m1!1e16!3sIAE,lf:1,lf_ui:2#rlfi=hd:;si:4310919572275005780;mv:!1m2!1d20.2943774!2d-103.3788909!2m2!1d20.2857694!2d-103.4357342;tbs:lrf:!2m1!1e2!2m1!1e3!2m1!1e16!2m4!1e17!4m2!17m1!1e2!3sIAE,lf:1,lf_ui:2
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    Gas Lines - Unavailability of fuels

    Yes, was just informed of that. Since this app relies on people to sign up and notify it, I'm guessing (as with so many phone apps here) there just aren't enough people with the app to make it worthwhile. Which makes it less than worthwhile. It's like asking Google Maps for local pizza joints.
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    Gas Lines - Unavailability of fuels

    GasGas still shows the same two stations, but if you tap either one you will also see a breakdown of which type of gas... for example, right now Riberas says no Premium. I do find it hard to believe they have been pumping all night long, though...
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    Gas Lines - Unavailability of fuels

    Yes, it is correct, at least to a point. I'm not sure of the accuracy of the "social" aspect that has users reporting where gas is and isn't, but if you pull back on the map you can see the other stations in the area. Stations with gas show a price; stations without show AGOTADA. At 11:48 pm Wednesday night, Riberas and the Libramiento are shown as pumping.
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    Mexican Food in Lakeside

    Recently, you have been unclear (well, completely wrong) on the definition of socialism, and now you don't seem to get what constitutes a minority. So, I was hoping you would LOOK IT UP, but since you can't grok dictionary, I hereby give up.
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    Mexican Food in Lakeside