What and where was the worst service you’ve ever received in a restaurant? How bad was it?

Question by SouthernPride: What and where was the worst service you’ve ever received in a restaurant? How bad was it?
I’ve traveled all over the country and visited some very large cities (NYC, North Jersey, Dallas, Houston, etc.,) but for some reason my worst experiences have been in Kentucky of all places. Very, very, rude, inconsiderate, impolite service in Louisville (two times, once at Arby’s and once at a hotel) and Frankfort (once there.)

For the record, the BEST service I’ve ever received has been in the South, once in Southhaven, Mississippi and Mobile, Alabama.

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Answer by jymsis
A place in Savannah Georgia. Rude. They shoved us at a dirty table and came back with the check before we finished our salad. I felt like I was in the way. Southern hospitality my @ss.

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i need the name of the prepaid inmate phone service for western regional jail in huntington west virginia?

Question by dink: i need the name of the prepaid inmate phone service for western regional jail in huntington west virginia?

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Answer by Bassman58
Try this site:
http://wvde.state.wv.us/institutional/WesternRegionalJail.htm

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Does a online computer repair service give services to cumtomer?

Question by : Does a online computer repair service give services to cumtomer?
One of my computer is not starting. So who they will provide online service. Which is better? to go actual computer repair center or take service online.

http://www.geekabc.com/PC-computer-repair-laptop-Mac-in-Baltimore-Maryland-MD-Apple-service-Springfield-Oakton-Virginia-VA-network.html

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Answer by JeR
The Geek ABC is store in the Northern Virginia. For online service you need working computer, if not working the computer needs shop repair. The problem could number of things from the power supply to motherboard.

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Glass Making, Glass Blowing, Glass Cutting: “Seneca Glass” 1974 part 1-2 National Park Service

more at scitech.quickfound.net “Recaptures the production of early hand-blown glassware at Seneca Glass in Morgantown, WV.” Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). Split with MKVmerge GUI (part of MKVToolNix), the same software can recombine the downloaded parts (in mp4 format): www.bunkus.org part 2: www.youtube.com en.wikipedia.org Glassblowing is a glassforming technique that involves inflating molten glass into a bubble, or parison, with the aid of a blowpipe, or blow tube. A person who blows glass is called a glassblower, glassmith, or gaffer. Technology Principles As a novel glass forming technique created in the middle of the last century BC, glassblowing exploited a working property of glass which was previously unknown to the glassworkers: inflation. Inflation refers to the expansion of a molten blob of glass by introducing a small amount of air to it. This property is based on the liquid structure of glass where the atoms are held together by strong chemical bonds in a disordered and random network, therefore molten glass is viscous enough to be blown and gradually hardens as it loses heat. In order to increase the stiffness of the molten glass, which
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Disintegrating Democracy at Work: Labor Unions and the Future of Good Jobs in the Service Economy

Disintegrating Democracy at Work: Labor Unions and the Future of Good Jobs in the Service Economy

The shift from manufacturing- to service-based economies has often been accompanied by the expansion of low-wage and insecure employment. Many consider the effects of this shift inevitable. In Disintegrating Democracy at Work, Virginia Doellgast contends that high pay and good working conditions are possible even for marginal service jobs. This outcome, however, depends on strong unions and encompassing collective bargaining institutions, which are necessary to give workers a voice in the decisions that affect the design of their jobs and the distribution of productivity gains.

Doellgast’s conclusions are based on a comparative study of the changes that occurred in the organization of call center jobs in the United States and Germany following the liberalization of telecommunications markets. Based on survey data and interviews with workers, managers, and union representatives, she found that German managers more often took the “high road” than those in the United States, investing in skills and giving employees more control over their work. Doellgast traces the difference to stronger institutional supports for workplace democracy in Germany. However, these democratic structures were increasingly precarious, as managers in both countries used outsourcing strategies to move jobs to workplaces with lower pay and weaker or no union representation. Doellgast’s comparative findings show the importance of policy choices in closing off these escape routes, promoting broad access to good jobs in expanding service industries.

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Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo

Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo
Virginia Hotels
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Virginia National Guard Soldiers from the Virginia Beach-based 229th Military Police Company and the Sandston-based Detachment 2, Company B, 777th Aviation Support Battalion gathered Dec. 12 at the Sheraton Richmond Park South Hotel to conduct a Freedom Salute in honor of their service in Iraq and Kosovo. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo

Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo
Virginia Hotels
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Virginia National Guard Soldiers from the Virginia Beach-based 229th Military Police Company and the Sandston-based Detachment 2, Company B, 777th Aviation Support Battalion gathered Dec. 12 at the Sheraton Richmond Park South Hotel to conduct a Freedom Salute in honor of their service in Iraq and Kosovo. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo

Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo
Virginia Hotels
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Virginia National Guard Soldiers from the Virginia Beach-based 229th Military Police Company and the Sandston-based Detachment 2, Company B, 777th Aviation Support Battalion gathered Dec. 12 at the Sheraton Richmond Park South Hotel to conduct a Freedom Salute in honor of their service in Iraq and Kosovo. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo

Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo
Virginia Hotels
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Virginia National Guard Soldiers from the Virginia Beach-based 229th Military Police Company and the Sandston-based Detachment 2, Company B, 777th Aviation Support Battalion gathered Dec. 12 at the Sheraton Richmond Park South Hotel to conduct a Freedom Salute in honor of their service in Iraq and Kosovo. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo

Virginia Guard miltary police and aviation mainteance units hold Freedom Salute to honor service in Iraq and Kosovo
Virginia Hotels
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Virginia National Guard Soldiers from the Virginia Beach-based 229th Military Police Company and the Sandston-based Detachment 2, Company B, 777th Aviation Support Battalion gathered Dec. 12 at the Sheraton Richmond Park South Hotel to conduct a Freedom Salute in honor of their service in Iraq and Kosovo. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)