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Sam Anderson
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Attended University of Utah, MBA
Lives in Farmington, Utah
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This is by far the most important piece of art I have ever seen.  It may change your life.  Skeptical? So was I.  Any first time viewer will likely ride the same roller coaster of emotion that I felt, so let me be a guide to you.  No spoilers here.

First, the movie has the artistic majesty of the finest cinematic productions the world has ever scene.  Think James Cameron meets Ken Burns.  As our hero TJ enters the scene, we see him preparing for one of the greatest feats humanity has experienced.  His body suit clings to his perfectly toned body like a baboon on her mother’s back.

The commentary sets the scene for what we are to see--  TJ, attempting something no one ever has.  But is he doing this in a secure vehicle, with a 5-point harness, roll cage, flame suit, and safety crews?  No.  He is doing this on a mo-friggin-ped.  

But this is no ordinary moped.  This is a Velo Solex.  Designed by French aviation experts in the 1960’s, this vehicle cut its teeth racing at Le Mans against mopeds made by Ferrari, BMW, and of course the powerhouse of moped racing technology- Honda.  

Seeing the moped win at Le Mans in 1968, folks assumed this would be the fastest they would ever see a moped travel.  And for decades, the world was satisfied. 

Then came TJ.

TJ’s Solex is no ordinary off-the-shelf machine.  He hand modified it, by upgrading the spark plug and abandoning the recommended 89 octane fuel for 91 octane.  These modifications took the machine from a standard 18mph to a mind blowing 18.5mph.  The glass ceiling was broken, a new era was born.  

Then there is some stuff about fixing your ATM.  I didn’t really pay attention to that part. 

Is TJ crazy?  Possibly.  But it’s the kind of crazy that reminds me that I am alive.  It reminds me why we are all here.  It breathes life into the sleeping masses and pushes us to do more, to be more.  Any dream can be achieved, just ask TJ. 
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Lehi, UT - Centerville, Utah - Richton Park, Il - Quetzaltenango, Guatemala
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Web Marketing Guru (self proclaimed).
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  • University of Utah, BA
  • Viewmont High School
  • Centerville Jr High School
  • Reading Elementary
  • Niel Armstrong Elementary
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This is the worst experience I have ever had getting contacts. First, the "doctor" got my prescription wrong THREE times. Each time was the same response- "Come into the store..." Finally I have the right prescription so they ordered 8 boxes of contacts. But, they ordered an old prescription. When I asked that they correct it, they said I could only do that with a manager, who was out for 4 days. Four days later they reordered, and they were wrong again. I told them I want to return these and get my money back, and I was told only the manager could do that, too. The next day the manager says they will not do any refunds. I called the corporate office, and I got another gate keeper. This one tells me that the head of customer service can call me back, but that she "doesn't have a phone". I guess I am experiencing some of that incredible customer service right now. 20 calls, 5 visits to the store, and an optometrist that just guesses your prescription. No customer service, and complete incompetence. I will never do business with any Standard Optical ever again.
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