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Great stuff here, but please stop the shaky-selfie-shot to get the cars in the background. Use a tripod.

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Wow!
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Wondering what audio equipment you're using. Keep up the good work. 

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Interactive infographic about the evolution of browsers and the web. This infographic features major web browsers since 1993 such as Mosaic, Netscape, Opera, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, and Ch...
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That is a work of art that is actually very insightful. It also brings back memories when I think about how long I have been working on the web!
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Final Cut has a feature for syncing multiple cameras.  Maybe Premier does too.  Not sure if they have added the functionality to iMovie yet.

That would be so sweet.  I love what you did with the map to show the turns!
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I still prefer my Harley! Haha
Be safe and watch out for assholes not looking out for you!
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That's messed up!
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Why did it take so long for camera gear to get this good?

Great video! 
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Unthink.com, which aims to take on "deceptive business practices of social media giant Facebook and its ilk," remains inaccessible due to being "over capacity."
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It's a great idea in principal. But there are getting to be too many options. Facebook, Google+, and a bunch of others that have to compete with major names with major marketshare. I think they have the right idea, but they have an uphill battle ahead of them if they want to get large groups of users to migrate...
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A trip down to The Gorge. Amazing place, amazing time.
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I've been to this store a handful of times. Usually I'm a satisfied customer. However, this time I had my valves inspected and bought spark plugs from another local shop because Honda charges $28 a spark plug, when you can get the same online or elsewhere for $10-$15 each. You know each shop has their golden egg, and up-charging on spark plugs is one of them. Bugs the crap out of me. I waited two weeks to get the bike back. Which is ok, a little longer than expected. However, on the final call for me to get my bike back, they told me I had the wrong new supplied spark plugs from the other local shop, and they installed their set of plugs in the bike without tell me. The bike was already finished, and offered me to remove the plugs install the old ones or the wrong new one, and modify the invoice somehow. It felt like an ultimatum. I told them I wish you would have called me before installing $110 worth of plugs. I got no response over the phone to that question. Previous work done by this shop is good, but I thought everyone should know about this situation.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Exactly what we were looking for starting our door county experience. Quaint atmosphere, good food and service.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Own a 2012 Tundra with 13k miles. Been here 3 times before for oil changes. Service was ok. Then, got a series of warning lights on truck. Read online it's probably the E85 sensor because of the exact warning light sequence. Found it was a common issue with my truck model. They put my comments in the job ticket, and left truck there. Got a Prius loaner... yuck. 5 days later, had to call them to figure out what is happening, they say fuel pump. I say, did you check E85 sensor? He blew me off, more or less. Says, "Toyota Headquarters approved the fix, and you don't have to pay for it." What? I don't care if it's free, I want it fixed right the first time! 3 days later, had to call them again, "Fuel pump came in today, you'll get the truck tomorrow." For the record, didn't get the call to pick it up till the day after. When I picked up the truck, I wasn't informed of exactly what they did and why. I read the ticket myself after I left to find out why my truck took 10 days to fix. True story. I'm driving tonight after about 3 days of having the truck back from Fox Lake, the exact light sequence came back on. Bringing it to Schaumburg Toyota tomorrow, hear good things about them. Also a little disappointed I have to go through this trouble with a 1yr, 3 month old truck with 13k miles on it.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Very busy there. Heard good things. For one, they checked out the balancing on my wheels. Works seems well done. But the problem I was there for, they couldn't touch, because I guess Toyota won't touch what other dealerships do. Wanted different hands on my 12 Tundra (with 13k miles) after a failed attempt at Fox Lake Toyota to fix it. Not only did the warning lights come back one 3 days later of getting it back from Fox Lake (replaced the fuel filter), the gas gauge was stuck at 1/2. Found this out after running out of gas last night, forcing me to be at the side of a busy road at 10pm to 11pm.
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Public - 2 years ago
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