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Old 01-25-2010, 12:42 PM
 
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My wife & I ate dinner in South O today - down in the old Stockyards District. Guaca Maya Restaurant. Welcome to Guaca Maya

Cool place to eat. But honestly, I'm not particularly fond of that part of Omaha. But it's cool, I don't have to be. I don't live there. And I don't have to talk trash about it.

It just is what it is.
Yum, good food. We wen't on a Friday night and stayed a bit after dinner time and somehow one entire end of the restaurant was turned into a dance club. So we made the most of it and danced with some senioritas!
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Old 01-28-2010, 03:38 PM
 
Location: Casa Grande
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RULE 1: YOU GOTTA LIKE PEOPLE

I'm originally from NYC. I live in Seattle now. I'm planning on moving to Omaha. I bumped into Omaha on one of my trips back to NYC (driving across country is great).
I loved the people in Omaha, that being said, I generally enjoy people (this is not a typical BIG city attitude). I find that, if you enjoy people you will enjoy life and find NEW and DIFFERENT things to do... no matter where you end up. The Big Bad Cities have sometimes, in general, seem to give off the attitude that they are the center of the universe... Not so. More like the arm-pit of the universe, but I digress. People are people. If you get along in one place, the chances are you will get along in another, and find interesting and new things to do there. If you are bored, it might have more to do with your attitude than with others.
A little humility works wonders in life-and opens you up to a world full of opportunities.
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Old 01-28-2010, 03:49 PM
 
Location: Tampa (by way of Omaha)
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RULE 1: YOU GOTTA LIKE PEOPLE

I'm originally from NYC. I live in Seattle now. I'm planning on moving to Omaha. I bumped into Omaha on one of my trips back to NYC (driving across country is great).
I loved the people in Omaha, that being said, I generally enjoy people (this is not a typical BIG city attitude). I find that, if you enjoy people you will enjoy life and find NEW and DIFFERENT things to do... no matter where you end up. The Big Bad Cities have sometimes, in general, seem to give off the attitude that they are the center of the universe... Not so. More like the arm-pit of the universe, but I digress. People are people. If you get along in one place, the chances are you will get along in another, and find interesting and new things to do there. If you are bored, it might have more to do with your attitude than with others.
A little humility works wonders in life-and opens you up to a world full of opportunities.
Excellent post!
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