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Spending a few days in early January in Maricopa, AZ. First time crossing the border!

I had not been out of the country in years until this year, wow have things changed, crossing a border is still pretty much the same, cameras everywhere now but airports? Holy fricknutz, that said since I am handicap I get to blow to the front of the lines at security but man you can spend hours just going through security.

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theres well a board that had a mother.. or is a mother a drive that can or at least should be hard a game something you talk on and listen to something that is 10 but is not 10 :P cost savings more cost savings compared

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Haha. Well done

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Sushi night gotta love sushi night

I have tried and tried again to love sushi, but while I can eat it, it just doesn't do anything for me (aside from some of the deep fried ones, and the shimp based ones which I do like). I wish I liked it more.

Enjoy though!

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I have tried and tried again to love sushi, but while I can eat it, it just doesn't do anything for me (aside from some of the deep fried ones, and the shimp based ones which I do like). I wish I liked it more.

Enjoy though!

Thanks not good. Tempura everything is the way to start haha

I have always loved it. But that's probably due to being from the west coast.

I love all food though except for eggplant that's the food of the devil...

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