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Old 04-16-2018, 09:42 AM   #29
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If you think it is not true perhaps you would not mind paying our doctor bills! Both of us have digestive issues, the wifes being the worst. According to many research articles, eating at restaurants on a regular basis is highly unhealthy! Of course there are many that can eat just about anything without worry, unfortunatly we are not among those...we rarely eat at restaurants .
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Old 04-22-2018, 11:42 PM   #30
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I believe you. When I moved from San Francisco to Denver I got sick alot from the restaurants until I figured out (through trial and error) which ones could serve a safe meal. Now the news in Denver shows who is failing and how badly so you can avoid the bad ones but it is shocking to see how bad some of them are.

Restaurant quality can be very regional. In some areas just about any place is fine, probably because they have great health inspections depts.

Thanks for the input.
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We redid the graphics and painted front end and bumpers ..... the looks we get are priceless
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