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1996 Ford Contour (Mondeo) GL 
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I am looking for a cheap used car. I lost my car in a black ice incident yesterday. Any ideas? Please let me know!
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One of, if not the first color broadcast television specials that was saved on color videotape. For it's time, this was cutting-edge technology. If you have the time, check this show out. The commercials are left in, as they would have been seen during the broadcast.
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Fresh home-made Guacamole :)
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Yes, Gerry, amazingly, I only banged my knee, and I dot a couple of airbag bruises, but otherwise fine. I feel lucky, because looking at my car afterward, was scary.
 
I am looking for a cheap used car. I lost my car in a black ice incident yesterday. Any ideas? Please let me know!
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I am looking for a cheap used car. I lost my car in a black ice incident yesterday. Any ideas? Please let me know!
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Gerry, it was amazing that I was not severely injured. When I looked at my car that night I was amazed. I only had a sore knee, and some bruises from the airbags on my wrist and thumb (I was holding the steering wheel when they went off).
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No sound, yet commercials?
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We really need to have co-op hospitals. That is the only way to bridge the healthcare gap. This is actually an opportunity for medical professionals to act. 
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The only problem with this scenario is that hundreds, of people actually saw the planes with their own eyes.
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+QuipCAR Yes sand it was learned that these people were hearing the towers buckle and windows blowing out.  
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BA Social Work; AA Education; AA Human Services; Certified: CPR; First-Aid; CDL C; Certified Marine Fire Fighting; LNG Safety, 2nd Cook/Baker; 3rd Cook; Marine Fire Safety (Earle, NJ); Trainings in: Abuse/Neglect Identification; Medication Administration;
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As time has passed, I have come to realize and appreciate the great education I had received while attending Brookdale Community College.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I love working on my car. It's my hobby. So, it is great when you can go to a shop, and have a conversation about cars with someone who is as into his own cars as much, if not more than your own level of interest. It's like that with most skills. When people have a higher level of interest, the skill increases to a much higher level. When I read the previous reviews, I decided to take my business to Big Earl's, and I'm glad I did. I believe anyone who reads these reviews, before making a decision about where to go for tire repair or replacement, should feel confident in the ratings from other customers.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I bought a replacement key while I was there, I spoke to someone at the service counter who walked me through a few parts questions I had. The service department called me back when they said they would, but I only bought a key, so it wasn't anything complicated. I did fill out information on their website regarding a question I had about purchasing a spare key, a week prior, and did not receive a reply or call (I left my phone number, and email address on their website). I, in no way discount the comments from those wo took the time to write them about the sales and service departments. I also know, from personal experience over many years, this particular area of Freehold (Manalapan), is infamous for a culture of discourtesy. This dealership needs to pay close attention to those who are dissatisfied, and make changes. If they don't, as a prior person wrote, it's their loss. Caveat Emptor [Let the buyer beware] !
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Shady, but good chicken, and fries!!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I went to title and register a car on January 2, 2013. Nothing complicated about what I needed to do. When I went into the office, the information line was backed up so far, it was doubling back on it's self. By the time I got up to the front of the line I was given a form, and the information person started helping a person next to me, who was being assisted by who I was later to find out was the supervisor. The supervisor was confused about CDL Medical Forms, and the woman who was helping me, dropped me to get the forms for the man not being helped by the supervisor. I waited. When the woman returned to me, she told me to just go stand on line #3. So, essentially I had been waiting there for nothing, awaiting further instructions. I moved to line #3. There was one person in line ahead of me. The person who was working with this person in front of me, was trying to handle this man, and numerous other people all at once. The supervisor was standing in the back of the office, staring out at the mass of people. Like a deer, frozen in oncoming headlights. 30 minutes passed, I'm still waiting. Only one person in front of me. Finally I got my vehicle titled, and registered. I asked to speak with the supervisor. He came up to the front, and I tried to explain the disorganization I was experiencing to him, however he tried to blame it on the staff. Not only did he not identify himself, but he seemed like he really didn't know what I was talking about. It wasn't about the body count, it's about training, which he seemed to be oblivious to. Problems like disorganization start from the top, and move down. Training is important when it comes to efficient processing. It is very clear that the people in charge of the Lakewood office are not trained, and do not know what they are doing. Will I return to experience this type of disorganization? No thanks.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Honesty is always the best policy.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Awesome Sandwiches, and fresh baked bread! Yummy!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago