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Hi there guys.

I'm not a professional reviewer, but I'll give it shot. Since were all here on fluffcity it's a given that we like to eat.
A decent meal and comfortable atmosphere for socializing is usually a tall order for bigger men for obvious reasons. As for romantic or fine dining, well lets say it can be limited.

Given all of the reasons, I would start with fine dinning at Danfords in Port Jefferson. The Danford Hotel Restaurant and Lounge is an intimate and comfortable dining experience with scenic water views and outside dining in season. The menu is somewhat up scale and the wait staff are pleasant and professional.

Now to the heart of the matter, entrees and side dishes are served hot and delicious. Unique twists to general Continental and American fair are enjoyable, with specials running the gamete of local catch to meals worthy of a Manhattan cafe.
The atmosphere is sophisticated without being ostentatious. With cloth napkins, table cloths anf genial staff. The many windows allowing views of the water affording a relaxing dining experience.
The portion sizes are average, the preparation and execution may be viewed by many to be well worth the price and travel. Drinks an be sipped prior to dining in the lounge or served table side.

A walk before or after dinner along the wharf or through the quaint town and shops is mst pleasant. Parking is limited so be sure to plan extra time or use the metered parking available in the many public lots.

Well that about sums it up on my first review. If you like to hear more I can also mention dinners, dives and
                                                                        Sasha Squash

We had made reservations at Famous Dave's at 234 West 42nd Street. We were 1 hour early as our group tends to be usually, and I had asked the hostess if they could seat us. She was quite prompt and hospitable. We were seated after only 15 minutes from when we early arrived!!! The food was expected as it was a BBQ establishment. The portions were a tad small, and you bigger bear types know, need to be fulfilled, so that was the only down side of the experience. I do suggest that you visit and partake in this restaurants fare.

I just finished 'The Walking Dead' video game from Telltale Games. Never in 25+ years of gaming has a title left me so emotional. I know it's a video game but all throughout, it felt as if I were really in that world...really making the hard choices to protect first my group and second myself. I began the game playing as this sparkling noble hero but ended it forever changed by what I'd "been through" and "done." This title is gripping, gritty, heart-wrenching, and harrowing; it's more about heart than shoot 'em up action. If you are a fan of 'The Walking Dead,' I *implore* you to play this game -- whether you typically enjoy video games or not -- for doing so will fundamentally change the way you experience the comics and the show in an incredible way. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
"Ex Drummer",  is a film that was often recommended to me on IMDb because of my interest in Irreversible, which by the way is an excellent film although it certainly is a required taste. This here is a foreign language film from Belgium. The story is somewhat interesting and I love the movie poster. Itís about three handicapped guys in a punk rock band but are without a drummer so they find a guy who doesnít know how to play drums and isnít all too interested in punk rock but is really a writer. He joins but ends up controlling and manipulating the band. I have read that the filmmaking is erratic and vertigo inducing. It is often compared to many films I have seen besides Irreversible such as Trainspotting and Requiem for a Dream to name a couple. Strangely, some have considered this a comedy. Moreover, this film is based on a book! I would probably rather read this first but it is not available in English anyhow.

Can you really trust all Internet websites to connect, meet and socialize with people ? Chances are probably not. While there are some reputable sites like Craiglist, it doesn't necessarily mean that it is totally free from harm.
Craigslist, along with other social sites have been known to have bullies targeting the innocent. You never really know who your chatting with on the other end.
Wouldn't it be great to be able to have a place to go to meet and socialize with people and not be judged? Well you're in luck.
Fluffcity is a Social Group whose sole purpose is to create a safe haven for people to connect, meet and socialize. Exciting events include karaoke, bowling and game night to name a few. With Fluffcity you never have to worry about being judged or bullied.    

"The Hobbit" is a prequel to the Lord of the Rings and I seen it in 3-D.  It is visually entertaining and your are drawn in immediately and are comforted by many familiar faces that have have appeared in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.  It explains how the different groups of people from Middle Earth form a relationship.  It touches on every emotion and even though its about 3 hrs long, you are left wanting more. Enjoy!
This is one of my favorite albums that I like listening to. There arenít many excellent albums out there but I love this one from start to finish. This album is absorbing and mesmerizing. I get lost in the droning and fuzz that I love. I love that the ethereal vocals blends in with the swirling wall of sound. It is cinematic. These arenít merely songs; they form atmosphere. It is artistic and vivid. You have to have a certain frame of mind to appreciate it. If you are adventurous when it comes to music I highly recommend this. In the end, however words do not do this album justice. Ultimately, it is something to be experienced.