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Thomas “tonepoet” Lindsey
Works at The US Army Field Band
Lives in Hanover, Maryland
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I managed to make a bit of free time despite the general chaos in my life at the moment. Stream, download, and share my latest mix that is tailored for you, the listener, in finding that realm of solace. Turn on, tune in, sleep... Peace.
Let's prepare for a journey into the deep realm of summer by celebrating the solstice (which was, by the way, the 21st of June). It was officially the longest day of the year and the midway point in summer. This means that, u...
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unveiling your universe
//re..(reboot) ::%5pac3 #:#:#... **reb00t transm1ss1on* H ello, fellow space travelers. The mental space pod is still in need of extreme re-calibration and its navigation system was recalled. We had wandered off course to various destinations that were se...
//re..*(reboot) ::%5pac3 #:#:#... **reb00t transm1ss1on** Hello, fellow space travelers. The mental space pod is still in need of extreme re-calibration and its navigation system was recalled. We had wandered off course to ...
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I got to open up the latest mix by Dave Michuda at Low Light Mixes with the title track from my release Headspace. Always an honor.
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A beautiful journey through dark and light by Silas presented on Spaceman's Transmissions. Turn on, tune in, sleep...
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A new mix for your soul upon its literal and figurative ascension. Stream it and/or download it. Enjoy responsibly and do not use this mix when operating heavy machinery. Peace.
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Couldn't agree with this more. My first album ever was The Beatles' Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, and I own such albums as Led Zeppelin III. That artwork still blows my mind. The introduction of the compact disc has cheapened the importance of artwork, and it has all but disappeared with digital music. This guy is dead on.
 
Interesting idea, something has got to change soon
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once we reach the other side
L et's prepare for a journey into the deep realm of summer by celebrating the solstice (which was, by the way, the 21st of June). It was officially the longest day of the year and the midway point in summer. This means that, unfortunately, the days will beg...
Let's prepare for a journey into the deep realm of summer by celebrating the solstice (which was, by the way, the 21st of June). It was officially the longest day of the year and the midway point in summer. This means that, u...
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Hi, Scotty. First off, thanks for everything that you do. My issue: power steering working intermittently. It's a 2009 Mazda CX-7. I had a buddy take a look at it and he changed the power steering fluid to no avail. My next step is to have him change the power steering pump. It works the same in each direction. It seems that letting it sit for a few days makes it okay for a few miles and then it goes back to not functioning. Well, functioning, but with much resistance. How do I know it's the pump and not the rack? Or maybe air in the hose? Or anything else?

BTW, tell your son thanks for his service, I'm a 20 year (and still counting) active duty Army guy. Peace.
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+Scotty Kilmer Thanks, man, I appreciate it!
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*end transmission**
G reetings. If this posting title seems a bit apocalyptic (or cryptic), well, it kind of is. I've done a lot of deep thinking over the last few months and I've decided that it's time to send the spaceman home and end the mission. It's been a fun journey, an...
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guest mix: silas (part III)
I've been fortunate to have the honor of once again presenting a session by one of my favorite storytellers:  SILAS . Silas returns with a beautifully  weaved mix of subtle bliss and dark melancholy. I'm honored that Silas  keeps in good contact with me and...
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soul ascending
T here are so many ideas and theories about what truly happens to your soul when we depart Mother Earth. Is our mortal body a vessel that carries the soul, steered by our intuition and desires? Or are we just empty shells, only to be recycled back to the Ea...
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3 beautiful mixes from Michael Gaida for discriminating ambient music aficionados. Michael puts a lot of heart and soul into his sessions. Stream and download. Turn on, tune in, sleep...
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Studio & Live Guitar, Speaking German, Freakin' Good Looking
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  • The US Army Field Band
    Guitar Player, 2008 - present
    Playing guitar in a rock band, responsible for melting faces on a regular basis.
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Musician & Traveler, Stoked By The Arts
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Been all over the world. I love to travel, of course playing music, and learning new things. I have 2 kids, and a beautiful wife and they all keep me busy. 
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I've traveled to about 25 (last count) different countries and lived in 3 of them and it's all because I wanted to learn how to play guitar.
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Hanover, Maryland
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Kaiserslautern, Germany - Pusan Korea - Daytona Beach, Florida - Fairbanks, Alaska - Saarbruecken, Germany - Wiebelskirchen, Germany - Landstuhl, Germany - Hinesville, Georgia - Virginia Beach, Virginia - Columbia, South Carolina - Katzweiler, Germany - Fort Wainwright, Alaska - Virginia Beach, Virginia - Columbia, South Carolina
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I've been going here pretty much forever (since I was a little, little kid in the early 70's). The Dairy Bar has been consistently good and a great place to catch an after beach bite for a fair price. The chili dogs are great, and the shakes are tasty. Oh, and everything is great as well. Very easy to assume that this place is nothing special, but that couldn't be further from the truth. The staff has always been friendly. It sucks that I live about 800 miles away, but whenever I have the opportunities, I hit this place up. I loved it as a kid, and now my kids love the Dairy Bar. When we visit, this is absolutely go-to spot on the agenda. Obviously this place has been that successful for a reason. They ARE cash only, but there is a sign that says 'use our ATM'. There are also ARM options close by.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
I was here from out of town, and had to do an exam for my University. The people on the phone that I talked to were very friendly and told me that of course I could use a computer for the exam. I came in and the lady said that since I wasn't enrolled here I would not be able to get a computer where there was a chair. Not really a problem, although the test was 3 hours long. Halfway through the test she told me that I could find another computer if I'd like as they weren't too busy, but I couldn't stop and start the exam. That said, she was very friendly and I spent a good amount of time talking to her afterwards. Very nice library, very nice staff.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Not really sure what people expect from Dunkin Donuts, but I've never had any problems here. My family and I come here about once every two weeks or so, and I seem to get along with everybody that works there for the most part. Granted, they are not American-born, but that doesn't mean that one has to be completely impatient with anybody that is not a native speaker. I guess that I've built a bit of a rapport with some employees, so they seem to be quite friendly to me. I've never had any orders get messed up, or have had anything bad here. There is ample parking, and the hours are good (the drive-in is open 24 hours). I'm quite satisfied with this place, and I have no complaints at all. For the most part, everything is quite clean, and accommodating.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Stopped here just passing through town. I've been to other Zaxby's here and there and I knew what to expect in as far as the menu. I came a bit late (8:45) so there were not many people in the place or in line to order. No issues getting our meals placed (2 adults, 2 kids), obviously, but I know how busy these places can potentially be. Food was what we expected, and we actually got it all made fresh. The reason that I give this place 5 stars is that everyone there was amazingly friendly and kind. I chatted it up with the manager for a bit, he was very cool and accommodating. If people want to go to my turf (Baltimore area) and see the other side of customer service, feel free. Pretty sure that might change some minds on their concept of shoddy service. I would eat here based more on the friendliness of the staff than the actual dining experience.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I take my kids here maybe once a month. This is a really good place for them to get some energy out. My son, who is 10 years old, really, really loves this place for the reason that he gets to play dodgeball. They have to dodgeball arenas, a very spacious trampoline area, and basketball area, and another area or you jump into some foam pits. I do use coupons here, and manage to get a military discount. It can get costly if you take a couple of kids here. One hour is way more than enough time for kids to get their energy out. It appears that the staff that works here is quite attentive to what is happening most all of the time, so that's good. My son went to a birthday party here, and that's how I discovered this place. Will be back.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
This is my go-to movie theatre in the area. It's not the closest one, as the closest one is at the Arundel Mills Mall. However, I cannot stand driving there and fighting for a parking place. There is always ample theater at the Hoyts movie theater, and the movies are just pretty much the same. Whenever there is a movie to go to, my kids and I prefer to come here. It is easy to get to, not very crowded most of the time, and the prices are very fair. No problems with any of the snacks, or the popcorn, or the drinks. That said, all movie theaters will rake you over the coals for that kind of thing, so it's not that much of a shock. I've also been here for a birthday party, which is actually kind of interesting as there is an elevator upstairs for that kind of thing.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago