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Nikon CoolPix4500
2002/11/14 17:49:33
Image Size: 2272 x 1704
Focal Length: 21.1mm
Exposure Mode: Manual
Metering Mode: Partial
1/2 sec - f/7.5
Exposure Comp.: 0 EV
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Flash Sync Mode: Not Attached
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  • Davids on 2015-Jun-17 02:35:54 Davids said

    Hi,I am interested in doing cimmunoty service to pay off my tickets, can you please give me some information about how this works and how I can sign up, I already have a place that I can work the hours at, and would be interested in starting as soon as possible.Thank you.Susan M Goldrick D.O.B- ચોથો મહિનો એપ્રિલ 8, 1967415-845-5650
  • Stanciu on 2015-Jun-18 07:18:37 Stanciu said

    Love the website!I'd like to <a href="http://tawlbyyxz.com">sugsegt</a> an Indian place in Reynoldsburg. It used to be called Venky's Spice House although it's changed names and I'm not sure what it's currently called . It's located in the strip mall on the West side of Brice Road just South of Main (across from K-Mart.)I say place because it's not so much a restaurant, but rather an Indian grocery store with a small kitchen in the back counter to eat at and three quaint booths. I often go for lunch and order tali which can be ordered vegetarian or with the chicken curry and one vegetable side. Served with rice and hot fresh buttery naan, so good and not bad for like $8-9. One of the vegetable sides I love is the Gobee Manchurian, which is a lightly fried cauliflower with onion and green pepper in a red sauce that had a sort of asian influence, very spicy and very good. Basically it's the best Indian food I've had in Columbus, check it out!
  • Virginia on 2015-Jun-20 11:16:20 Virginia said

    I'll Second Si Senor. Great guys and awesome sawecinhds. They used to have a booth at the Pearl Alley market, but have since opened up a store front.I was actually going to post about a new place on rt161 near Sawmill rd called Papaya Street Grill. It's in a location that used to be occupied by The Greek Corner.They specialize in Asian/tropical inspired dishes. Everything is house made. Their main attraction are noodles topped with the delicious meat of your choice and a wide selection of original sauces. But my favorite so far has been the sawecinhds. They're French Bread Sandwiches (bahn mi) are killer. I recommend the pork roll (marinated, slow roasted pork belly sliced paper thin). http://pbajyjodx.com [url=http://yoehfmj.com]yoehfmj[/url] [link=http://sptcckq.com]sptcckq[/link]

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