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06/01/2017
By: Amanda S.
Margaret Brost Atty
Very professional. Takes to heart the circumstances client is going through to help make better decisions for entire family.
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10/15/2015
By: Carol B.
Trader Joe's
I love shopping at Trader Joes. Healthy food choices along with a great selection of wines.Of course if you want to be a little bit unhealthy, there are fantastic desserts and an awesome bakery. Fruit and veggie section is the best.
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09/20/2015
By: rshaver13
Trader Joe's
Love it... Use it daily for my people all over the country!
01/15/2015
By: Rachel L.
Madison Law Firm PLLC
Not a good attorney for Divorce cases involving children. He literally screwed me and I had to find a new attorney to correct his mistakes. Do not waste your money!
12/13/2014
By: Greg M.
The Law Offices of Harold D. Carr, P.S.
I cannot thank you enough for what you did for me. Had I not hired you I would have had a mountain of trouble. Having you take care of the legal details allowed me to worry about nothing except healing. My healing went better because of you. I cannot say enough wonderful things about your practice. Thanks again for EVERYTHING!!
03/26/2014
By: Eric M.
Richard Woodrow Attorney at Law
Woodrow was an awesome attorney. Recently got into some DV trouble. He did a great job and got the no contact order dismissed and was found innocent. I was very satisfied and pleased with the way he handles himself in the courtroom and his business. Thanks again Mr. Woodrow!
03/07/2014
By: Vern C.
Buzz's
I used to love this bar a couple years ago ,there was this hot brunette working, she made the best Washington apples and vegas bombs, but the service its terrible now. I don't even bother going in there during the daynbecause the middle aged women bartending is not friendly and provides terrible service. The last few times I went in for steak night my food was cold and over cooked. It's too bad, open mic night was great. Now I just stick to downtown.
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11/11/2013
By: Nenashka B.
Grocery Outlet
I love my neighborhood store and the staff except one is wonderful. I was very offended and felt harassed in your store on sunday. Nicholas is rude and i felt he should be not working with customers. After he had been horribly rude he then nearly knocked me down, as i was leaving this store. Shame on you.
09/09/2013
By: chuck.furer.3
Ralphs Thriftway
The Western Family brands are competitive in quality and price with anyone. Some pricing is off the charts, but so ludicrous, those products are easy to ignore. The employees too are off the chart, but in a very helpful way. If not for the store manager, this shop would get five (5) plus stars.One late evening, my ~$150 order had about half dozen minor mistakes. I I'd'd the items on the receipt, wrote a cover note and left at the store for the manager. I also left a voicemail. Since then, some two months ago ... I have tried to visit with him 1/2 dozen times. I give my name, but he is ALWAYS in a meeting... so I left more voicemails, and messages through other's... ALL to no avail.I know I will continue to shop here, and I know it is but my ego that is screaming about being so dissed. Yet, I am pissed. As a Senior citizen; a single widower; a VFW/DAV ... I happened +/- $300 bucks a month, for me and my kittens. Here comes that ego, but I feel I DESERVE some respect as a decent human being, and a decent customer. After two months of frustrating runaround, I guess it is time to just let IT go.Ciao,Chuck Furer
08/25/2013
By: myrlw.siereveld
Old Ranger Smoke Products
Steve's Hot Smoked Cheese is a new favorite. Available at my favorite butcher, Western Meats in Tumwater.
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