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Re: “Vermont Tap House (Williston)

This place is fantastic! So glad they came to Williston, we needed something like this restaurant for a long long time. The pizza was the best I have ever had, the wings were HUGE and juicy, and the beer selection is 2nd to none. I found my new regular spot!

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Posted by Masadavt on 05/26/2014 at 9:48 PM

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Re: “Artwork Mocks Burlington City Officials for ‘Drinking the Kool-Aid’

Alexander, it must be nice to be so sure you know whats best for all of us. I'm certain that you have learned a lot during your less than 10 years as an adult on this planet, studying city planning and sociology and such. "Your" city? I beg to differ. Burlington and Vermont in general has been anti-development and anti-business for so long, getting one decent development project every 20 years or so really shouldn't get your milk curdled. I'm glad you have such a firm idea of what you want "your" city to not be like, however, to assume that the majority is with you is to be sorely mistaken. The logical fallacies in your post are too numerous to list, but for one, to make broad sweeping generalizations of what the future holds for Burlington based on a single project which has been in process for years, is just the tip of the iceberg.

13 likes, 33 dislikes
Posted by Masadavt on 09/16/2016 at 6:07 PM

Re: “A Bigger Splash

Actually, I think you have missed it, and no, "virtually" or "essentially" would not work in this context. The author took pains to point out that the location of the film was "sun drenched" throughout the review. Re-read the passage which has so offended you as "all of the emotions which the actress communicated were in a location which was very sunny...literally.", and you will see that not only is it an accurate use of the word, but in fact it is a play on words which clearly went over your head. Figuratively.

On a side note; several studies have shown that people who singularly focus on grammatical error correction (real or perceived) as their "contribution" to a discussion or review, are not often considered a lot of fun to be with. Literally.

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Posted by Masadavt on 06/13/2016 at 7:28 AM

Re: “Senate Votes to Nix Philosophical Exemption to Vaccine Mandate

I'd love to know the difference between a "Religious exemption" and a "Philosophical" exemption.

21 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by Masadavt on 04/23/2015 at 7:56 AM

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