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Love the video and aluminium trucks but I can't share this to Facebook because of an embedded link to (http://tinyurl.com/8dklalg).  
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at 2:10 in Scarbs said that the ERS-K device was much like a starter and an alternator but to be sure, am I correct in assuming that the cars will not be able to use the device as a starter?
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I had the weird dreams.  For me they were kinda cool but definitely weird. 
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Enlightening video.  I've been interested in a Savannah since I first heard about them but couldn't afford one and I guess I'm happy that I didn't if what your video tells us is true.  However, I'd still like a big cat and by that, I just mean a larger domestic cat.  I've had many cats and it tears me up when they come home injured and where I live there is always a risk of a coyote attack. So my thought is bigger is better.

However, this video lacks this information. You say "don't do this" but offer no other alternatives. I have no idea who you are but like a forest ranger you're there to make sure all the rubes stay on the path and no one but rangers and scientists get to see the beauty that is just over the hill.  It's a metaphor.  

Obviously you rather people not own F3 or F4 Savannah cats too, not that they would pose a risk to people.  I just think your video could have done a better job.  You didn't offer any alternatives and you came out opposing everyone who would own such a cat even if they were capable.  BTW, if you can't figure out how they mated the two species than your expertise is already in question.  

If you're going to report on a topic you have to at least pretend to be unbiased.
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I've always liked Maine Coon cats.  It is certainly worth considering.
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Sounds like there are bears walking around about 4 hours in.
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I have another track, with the exact same sound, except I edited the breaking and falling sticks out. Or perhaps the sounds of bears walking around!
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What happens when your children don't study?
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That's too funny!
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Party of 40. These people knew what they were doing. They got my drink wrong but they worked surprisingly well with children. I got a double vodka martini instead of a dirty vodka martini but it was pretty good and by the end I didn't care. :-)
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Great breakfast, great dinner, great breakfast juice!
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I am very apprehensive about going to the dentist but I like Dr. Frank. I like his hygienists too. I'm a former periodontal patient and I want to keep my teeth and they know that. Not that it is ever a dentists or hygienist fault but when I was younger I learned to dread dentists primarily because I felt that they had lost their humanity and couldn't understand my issues as a patient. I know it can be a demeaning experience when you're constantly reminded of the consequences of not flossing. I wanted dental hygiene to be easier. Well, Dr. Frank and his hygienists have made it easier, to the degree to which it is still possible. I still have to floss and still need to floss more often than I do but I no longer feel like a lost cause. I never leave feeling like I have failed. Dr. Frank's team encourages without devaluing. In addition to being a great team leader and decent human being he is also an awesome Dentist. He has done several inlays and replaced several aging cavities. He has very gentle touch. I don't like the needle so all my procedures, cavities, inlays and local antibiotic therapies have been done without lidocaine, Novocain or any other anesthetics. I'm not saying I was free from discomfort only that he is sensitive to my discomfort and never rushes me. He allows me all the time I need to regain my composure when he is drilling. Lastly, Dr. Frank and his team are sensitive to the cost associated with dentistry. They know it can be expensive and they keep annual insurance deductibles and limits in mind when they suggest a course of action. They never discourage me when I put off a procedure to the next calendar year because I can’t currently afford it. Honestly though, Dr. Frank and his team have been worth every penny I have spent. It saddens me to read that others have had lesser experiences but knowing Dr. Frank like I do I find it difficult to believe he wouldn’t do everything in his power to satisfy his patients. I fully recommend Dr. Frank but please note, the 7:00 AM appointment slots are mine.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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This place is slow. Too slow. Im not going to be able to tell you what the food is like because its never going to come.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I don't really think I have high expectations. I mean there supposed to cut your hair. Well, my experience was notably worse than what I expected. I consider myself fortunate that there are so many other places to choose from.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago