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Hunter Becton Garrett
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Lives in Gainesville, Florida
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I heard about this man named Happy  the Artist when looking through a book about interersting things in Richmond, VA. I was inspired by this man's story and decided to get in contact with him before I left to go back home to Florida. Luckily for me I was able to catch him at Fedex and spent 30 minutes talking to him about life and being an artist. I can say this man trully inspired me. 

Thanks, Happy.
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I love Ze Frank, just so you know!
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Solid advice and great read. We appreciate all the input, Robert.
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Have him in circles
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Integrated Content Intern for Discovery Channel
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Integrated content strategy, marketing, communication, branding, photography, videography
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  • Discovery Communications
    Integrated Content Intern
  • Hunter Becton Photography
    Owner and Photographer
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Gainesville, Florida
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Focused Creativity
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Entrepreneur. Student. Photographer. 21. 
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  • University of Florida
    2014
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I wanted to cancel my request after doing more research into this company and the legitimacy of Transport Reviews. Based on the terms and services I was capable of getting a full refund of my initial $245 deposit because I had't been assigned a carrier. However, David said I was assigned a carrier, and could only refund $100. However, I never was told that I was assigned a carrier and David could not provide proof. Thus, I wouldn't agree to a $100 refund, and asked for the full refund of $245. After a few emails back and forth he finally agreed that the refund would be confirmed the next business day by his wife. A day passed, and I didn't hear anything. No Email. No phone call. No communication. I called my bank immediately to file a dispute and submitted a complaint on BBB. Several days later I get an email from David that mentioned how he got the complaint from BBB, and he promised he would get it processed the next day (the same thing he promised the week before). Also, he told me to cancel my dispute with my bank because he would hate for his deposit to go through when the deposit went through with my bank. Yeah, I didn't fall for that one. I called him out about how he wasn't A+ accredited with the BBB like he claimed in a Rip Off Report, and he said this was news to him and it would be an A+ a week later. How is it news when you just got the complaint from me? More smooth talk. Don't EVER let your guard down with David and his "virtuous and professional family business." Weeks have passed, and no refund, no emails, no phone calls. I shipped my car with someone else and the customer service was night and day compared to Get It Done Transportation.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Tipples is the best place for beer and wine in Gainesville! Great selection and friendly, knowledgable staff.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The staff here are simply horrible, the beer selection is standard if not subpar, and the overall atmosphere is sketchy. This building is large, and I would love to see something actually great come in and take this spot over. Go somewhere else.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I was greeted by Dennis when I arrived-an older, pushy salesman who was more concerned about making a sell than helping a customer with their problem. He was the stereotypical salesman you'd find 40 years ago feeding off clueless buyers in car lots, and it makes me cringe to think people like him are still around. I bought tires from Goodyear 3 years ago and with that purchase I also got the road hazard protection plan-"good for the life of the tire". This protection plan covered repairs and rotations, and for this particular momment I came in to have a nail removed from my rear-driver tire. After showing Dennis the paperwork for the protection plan he looked up my information and said that the plan was only good for 3 years and that he couldn't fix my tire for free. He orginally said it would cost 20 dollars to fix the tire, however, he said he was going to "give me a break" and do it for free because the plan was good for the life of the tires... Wait, but he just said it was only for 3 years? At this point my trust for Dennis fell off the cliff. This guy is a fox. We proceeded outside to "check" the tire, which consisted of looking at it and saying, "Wow, this can't be fixed." No test, no tread measurements...nothing. His solution: buy 4 brand-new tires. After checking my tire we went back inside where he told me they would have to order the tires and that they could be there in a couple days, but I asked him, "what about my flat tire?" He said there was nothing he could do today because the tire was a liability issue and that he couldn't touch it... but wait! Dennis, the great guy he is offered to put air in my tire so I could get home. My response to that was, "would that not be a liability issue because you touched my tire?" At this point I left, googled "best tire centers in Gainesville" and discovered Discount Tire off of Archer Road near Carrabbas. After reading all the positive reviews I had to see if this place was as good as it sounds. When I arrived at Discount Tire I was greeted before walking in, treated sincerely and professionaly, and had the proper test performed on my tire to see if it was okay. The gentleman there told me that my tire still had 10-15K miles, and that there was a slim chance (less than 2 percent) that the tire would not be safe enough to patch. But how much would it cost? FREE! Yes, free... which beat the 20 dollar price tag Goodyear said it would cost me if my tire was "safe" to repair. Overall, what a scam. Dennis "the Menace" will love to take advantage of you if you're a clueless automotive owner. Please do yourself a favor and go somewhere else because customer service like this deserves to be shut down.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Overpriced? I didn't think so, but I do split my cost with 2 other roommates. Also, it would be nice to see the bathrooms and kitchen updated with new appliances and counter tops. Overall, I can't complain too much about the quality and price ratio. Anyways, the staff is always incredibly nice and are always able to help me. However, I will admit that the maintenance man who drives the older blue truck can be quite rude sometimes, but he's not bad once you get to know him. I get the impression he just deals with a handful of idiots that don't read the details of their lease, such as NO TRASH SERVICE, and then proceed to complain. Parking is never an issue, noise problems never occur, and I've never felt unsafe. The bus runs quite often, and as a student at UF, it actually takes me less time to get to campus than when I lived on 20th where the typical "college" apartments are located because we don't have to stop at every single stop like some routes (route 20, 21, etc.) As for as amenities, the pool is always nice, despite the fact that the Jacuzzi is often being repaired because of more clueless residents not reading the sign to wash off all the sand from the volleyball court before entering. It is a bummer that the pool area closes before 10, but it's nice not having to worry about people going insane by the pool late at night like I've experienced at other apartment complexes. The gym is quite small and the equipment is just okay. However, the basketball court area is GINORMOUS, and you'll rarely ever have an issue with finding your own space in there. I hope you take these reviews into careful consideration when choosing a place to live.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago