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Thomas “tonepoet” Lindsey
Works at The US Army Field Band
Lives in Hanover, Maryland
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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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coexisting within a concrete jungle
Q uite a while back, I learned about a very interesting little machine entitled the AMBIENT ADDITION , which was a thesis from an MIT student named Noah Vawter The purpose of the machine was to transform everyday sounds into musical notes. He had made the v...
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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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guest mix: michael gaida
Greetings from the ethereal universe and welcome to Spaceman's Transmissions. It's known that I spend a bit of my listening time on Mixcloud, and it's extremely gratifying when I get positive feedback. I often try to return favor, but checking out all sorts...
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New album with Tonepoet and Wings Of An Angel that feature 18 tracks (almost 2 hours of music) of blissful, ethereal tapestries and mind expanding colors. Free from Bandcamp for downloading and streaming. Feel free to share this. Peace.
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+9eCn3 A huge thanks!!! 
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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.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I hit this place up when I can (I live in Baltimore now and come down once a year). I easily satisfy my vinyl wants, and new as well as used CD needs (as well as requests from friends searching vinyl). I have been (irregularly, natch) coming here since about 1987 and it's still a personal fave of mine, even with me traveling the US and hitting these sorts of shops at every chance I get. Cool staff, very laid back scene. My single complaint: the overbearing smell of smoke. I'm normally cool with it but in the vinyl section there is a guy that works back there that won't ease up for a second. I browse vinyl as long as I can last (about 10-15 minutes) before I just give in and leave.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I've tried Vietnamese food a few times before this place, and ABSOLUTELY hated it. I love ethnic food (my wife is Korean and is a great cook!), and have lived off of almost nothing but Thai and Korean food for a good 5 year stretch while living in Alaska (which has THE BEST Thai food, for some reason). I've been in this area for about 8 years, and that whole time I have only found one place that gets me excited to really go to (I've eaten many, many places), which is Royal Taj in Columbia next to Wegmans. I travel the US, so I can compare the Mexican here to that in Southern Texas or California (no contest), lived decades in Florida and Alaska eating seafood (again, no contest), and pizza in Chicago or NYC (a few places come close). All that said, eating, to me, is strictly a body function. Enjoying it is pretty lame. And scarce. My wife had mentioned this place, and I was REALLY not feeling it as I have eaten Vietnamese here in this area and was not overly impressed. I gave in and finally found a place that I can say is my favorite killer little joint to frequent. I actually don't go here enough, IMHO. I have eaten a fair share of the menu, and love the chicken subs and the chicken pho. If you order rice (go later at night before closing, the helpings are massive), you can absolutely stuff yourself with a small bowl of soup and rice. The food here is incredibly fresh and filling, and doesn't give you that overfull food-coma feeling when eating greasy breaded slop that is way to prevalent everywhere. My family is always nice and full when we leave, and not falling apart from grease and stomach-bricks. While I'm not a fan of cilantro, this place never overdoes it and makes it palatable to me (most places DUMP that stuff on food, what are they hiding?). The prices are very good (I'm always buying for 4 of us), and the extra stuff to add to your soups (limes, sprouts, peanuts, etc.) are all fresh and plentiful. I actually ate here (again) last night and it made me REALLY happy! The staff are all very cool and friendly people. Every other restaurant in this area can fall into a big giant sinkhole (sorry). Well, except for Royal Taj. This place rules. (sorry, have to edit: if you order the special, which is the pho bowl and a sub, you will have to roll out of this place!)
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
My son (and I) love this place. We come here for the arcade action. Many, many old school arcade games, still costing 25 cents. $10 bucks here provides a very good long time of fun. I've only been here a few times, and I can definitely say that I haven't come here often enough! I will spend more time here with my son, no doubt. We'll snag some food and make a day of it.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Anything less than 5 stars for this place is ludicrous. The first time that I visited, the guy seating everyone walked past a bunch of people and came up to me and shook my hand and was probably (I'm saying 'probably', I actually mean 'without a doubt') the coolest guy with the best customer service that I have EVER come across. I spent the whole meal thinking that he had mistaken me for his lifelong best friend or something. Even when this place is full to capacity, there is not much of a wait to get seated. Every waiter I've ever had here (a different on every time) has been so unbelievable friendly and great with conversing and sharing a few laughs. The customer service here is above and beyond anything you will see in pretty much the rest of the country. When you go back to another restaurant where the employees treat you as if you are bother them, you will think of this place. Trust me. The food here is so incredibly great, that it's like eating colors or something. I can eat A LOT, and this place definitely leaves me almost too full sometimes. My wife and I usually get naan bread with our meal and we leave more than satisfied. I try to order something different every time, to see if they will create something that might make be believe that these guys are human. Nope, they're aliens. When I have a date night with my wife, this is the place hands down. *edit* after reading the reviews of others, I'm assuming the guy that seated us was the owner. He is always there. No one in the world has got it covered like this guy. Above and beyond.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Having been out of the whole comic scene for a long time (about 30 years), it is a nice fresh breath of air to come to this place. I'm slowly getting back into it thanks to my son who has an interest. Overall, the staff is very cool and knowledgeable, the store is quite organized, and the vibe is just right. I like this place. I have to seriously limit myself, I could easily blow some pennies in this place! Great spot, I like it here a lot.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
When you're a monopoly, it's quite easy to be a substandard company. Even if you change companies, these guys still deliver, so there's no way out. Probably the worst customer service I've dealt with ever. BGE charged me a certain amount based on the average use of the contractors (bought a new house). 8 months later, when I got a $300+ bill, they admitted they never even read the meter. They came and read the meter and found out I had paid almost $800 too much. I got credit but they forgot to keep billing me. After 1 year, I get a bill for $1000. I'm told that this happens all the time. Swell. I was on the payment plan for a bit, but on the 2 instances that I paid by phone (the website was down for maintenance for more than a day each time), the payments were late. The second time, it took 4 days to post. I argued with the woman in customer (dis)service and she told me that the bill was due on the 31st of the month (wrong, I'm holding the bill, it's due on the 1st, jackass). I paid on the 1st and got a confirmation number (I was in Texas, had to pay on phone only). She was argumentative and very rude. She was sure that the website was never down. Right, thanks IT manager. So, I had to pay my bill at once, which was $1100. A week before Christmas. F this company. Their bills should come with a bottle of lube.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago