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If it's a Verizon prepaid phone, doesn't it have Verizon bloatware on it?  If so, is it easy to remove?
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Was there anyone inside the base of the pier, that you could see through the windows?
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Outstanding video!  YouTube videos like this are better than taking classes in gun maintenance.
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Very negative purchasing experience. The salesman was deliberately misleading about the 15 day return policy. He said we (my son and I both bought $216 Danner boots) could wear the boots and if they didn't work out we could return them for a refund within 15 days. He forgot to mention the fact that there could be no wear on the boots. Finding this out the day before we leave for a trip (and two days after purchasing them) meant I had to do some quick repair work on these boots with a ball peen hammer to stop them from pinching (along with a lacing trick; see below). Carr's does have a great selection, but if you buy something there, make sure it fits perfectly before you put your money down. And do not believe anything the salespeople tell you because the store does not back it up. I got to admit, the repairman is very good. Five stars for him. About two years ago he did some repair work on my Redwing boots and he did a great job. The other reviewer is right about the repair work he does. Too bad he wasn't there today to fix these boots I just bought. I discovered a simple trick with lacing the boots that helps to reduce pinching. Lace the boots so that the lace goes down into the eyelets instead of the usual way of coming up from below the eyelet. Then, at the last eyelet next to the first hook, bring the lace straight up to the first hook, instead of crisscrossing to the opposite side. This tends to push the leather out, away from your ankle. After that first hook, start crisscrossing the lace. At least this has been an educational experience.
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