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Jack Guthrey
Works at Marshall Graphics Systems
Attended Watkins College of Art, Design & Film
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How to tell when I've been baking. 
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Decent look into the workflow and process of a massive motion picture
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Work on the kind of films that you love, that get you excited. Good advice.
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Doesn't seem that hard...

Also, never heard it called a "Becket's bend"
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That is pretty cool. Did he win the logo contest?
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In celebration of the SL's 60th anniversary, Mercedes-Benz AG has commissioned a limited edition model set featuring a highly detailed 1952 300SL and 2012 SL 550 by famed French model maker Norev.

Usually only available in Europe, if we get 300 +1s and 50 SHARES on this post in the next two hours we will GIVE THIS AWAY!

Win this: http://bit.ly/MB-limited-edition-set
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NO ONE ELSE SHOULD DO THIS. What, you think you're lucky? You're not going to win.
 
Nexus 7 Giveaway |  1 DEC 2012
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Passenger roulette on Southwest. No whammy no whammy no whammy. STOP! 
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I just read that as "SOUP!"

Now I'm hungry.... dammit.
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I think I'd go MG blue with it. It's good to see these are pretty cheap - I think it'll be my first restoration once I have time/space/money.
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So I'm watching this on Jalopnik: http://jalopnik.com/5934167/this-epic-lap-is-why-people-watch-nascar

And all I can think is that it's entertaining b/c these aren't great road racers. Following your line and not the car in front of you is one of the first things preached at track days. This felt like watching the lower end of Pirelli WC.

I don't know much about NASCAR but does the circuit really go over the curbs or are they that hot through the turns?
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NASCAR drivers race road courses like I race Forza. Kinda awesome.
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  • Marshall Graphics Systems
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"The value of life can be measured by how many times your soul has been deeply stirred"
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  • Watkins College of Art, Design & Film
    Film, 2006 - 2010
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Rented a house through them for 3 years. Was a very pleasant experience - always courteous and very responsive to get maintenance done quickly.
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reviewed a year ago
Went for dinner. Service was a bit slow and all the waitstaff seemed indifferent. We ordered bread and three "small" plates as we weren't very hungry and only splitting between 2. Neither of us had ever tasted such bland food. Nothing had any taste. It really seemed like they heated up frozen food from Trader Joe's and plated it nicely. Was really looking forward to this restaurant. Will not go back.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: ExcellentService: Poor to fair
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Went to test drive a low mileage Honda S2000. The ad on both Craigslist and their website claimed the car was "Excellent" both inside and out. When I got to the lot, there was nowhere to clear to park so I parked along with the used cars. Went to look at the car and immediately noticed blemishes such as scratches, paint chips and dents on the exterior. The interior was not much better even though the salesman said it had been cleaned when they got it (reportedly a week and a half before I went to look); there was dirt and general signs of neglect on the carpet and seats. Parts of the interior had the paint flaking off. I still decided to drive it and, as is typical, the salesman rode with me. We went on the "typical" route but found a road closed and turned around. When turning back on the main road and began to push the car a bit to make sure the drivetrain was consistent throughout the RPM range. Was instantly asked by the salesman to not drive so vigourosly and adjusted my driving accordingly. I still wanted to get a feel for the mechanical quality of the car and began to go through a few gears (rev-matching downshifts and double clutching upshifts) until we got back to the highway. I did run the tach up a bit when pulling back into the delearship after my extremely limited test drive and instantly depressed clutch and brake to properly slow down. After exiting the car and showing the salesman my issues with the interior and exterior, the guy explained how everything could be buffed out or easily fixed (why these issues weren't addressed in the detailing it apparently had doesn't make sense). I told him I was looking at another one and told him I'd let him know my decision. Upon leaving, another man came out and asked me to roll down my window and told me, "Next time you go on a test drive, have some manners." I was clueless and had to ask several times to explain himself and was only told "You know what I'm talking about." Apparently, he had an issue with me truly testing a sportscar. I was enraged, told him that I would no longer consider the car and as rolling up the window was told "We don't want to sell it to you anyway." Keep your cars, Automax, I've already put a deposit down on a better S2000 anyway.
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