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James Hood
Worked at US Army
Attends Full Sail University
Lived in Fort Hood, TX


James Hood

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The beat sounds like it was made from some freeware audio program and the lyrics are just cheesy and flat out bad. How does all this b rated music make it so well lately? 
Born in St. Pete, FL, spent my young childhood up in St. Louis, then moved back down to FL for the current most part of my life. At the age of 19 I enlisted in the Army to coordinate the firing of field artillery howitzers. After I spent my four years in the army, I enrolled in Full Sail University to study game development. 
  • Full Sail University
    Game Development, 2010 - present
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    AFATDS operator, 2006 - 2010
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    Shift Leader, 2005 - 2006
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Fort Hood, TX - Fort Jackson, SC - Fort Sill, OK - Baqubah, Iraq - Fort Irwin, CA - St. Louis, MO - Ocala, FL - Orlando, FL - St. Petersburg, FL
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I went to buy my first Lexus about 2 years ago. The experience was great at the time. Even buying a used car they made it feel like new. However, they kept trying to get me to do things for their favor. They promised to fix a paint problem on my door and then asked if I would pay half. That was the first problem. Then over the two years I had the car, they kept asking and asking for me to give them a perfect grades on their reviews. That's a no no as well. Lastly I needed to save some money and down grade to a cheaper car and I went to trade my car in only to find out that I was worth about $7,000 less than what I owed on it because it was in a wreck before I bought it. It was a certified pre-owned but had a wreck. Just remember that when you go to buy a car from them, they will sell you crap for top dollar. If you don't, blue book value means little to these dealerships. They use black book probably because it will tell them the lowest amount of money possible that your car is worth. Good luck and happy car buying. If I were you, I'd steer far away from here and buy a Lexus from another dealership.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I went here for lunch and got the turkey club. Its a small sandwich and comes with a bag of chips. Without a tip, it came out to about $10 which is crazy for a very small sandwich and some bland chips. The turkey tasted reheated and the chips had no flavor. For the price and the quality, I will never come back. Stay away from this place unless you're looking to waste money.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
3 reviews
Excellent place for lunch. Cheap drink pizza combos and the pizza is awesome.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago