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Randy Cramer
Worked at Where the money guides me
Attended Google's School Of Hard Knocks
Lives in Ohio
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I don't suppose you would know why Chrome blocks the download of the course files from your website, saying it has harmful content in it. Any ideas?

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No Photoshop, no go.

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Thanks for taking the time.

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So the guy was playing guitar, but the crowd was drinking in public... and somehow they picked the guitar player as being the threat to safety though he was sober. Sounds a lot like the police department needs to take a flying #$! at a rolling doughnut.

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I've never used a package manager. Which is best/why? NPM or Bower?
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Could you please remake this tutorial using mysqli or PDO? You are easy to follow along with and do a good job, but mysql is deprecated.

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I highly recommend subscribing to this channel, and taking a look at the very up to date tutorials offered for those who are still learning Php, or for those that wish to switch their style up to a more modern approach.
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Really cool share! Great to see someone making tutorials that are actually good for once. He also presents it really well! Thanks
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The most reliable thing about an AK-47 is that a bunch of cut rate armies use them, and as well...they wind up losing. Yep, pretty reliable indeed.

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I'm looking for some advice on package managers because I've never used one. Which is better/why? NPM and Bower are the two I'm thinking about checking out.
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Thank you all very much. It definitely sounds like NPM is where I'll focus my energy first, and then take things from there. 
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It's a lot easier to learn when you can type and follow along with a video, and since you can only see what you are typing if the video is in full screen, it makes this video very hard to benefit from. I appreciate the effort, but if you'd like to get the views and support the big dawgs do, you may want to consider making your videos a bit more friendly. 

Thank you for taking the time to make this, none the less.

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After a year of watching tutorials that are done halfway, I thank you so much for how in depth you go, and your passion in what you are doing. My passion is back in full force as a result of yours.
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My experience is one that has come from multiple visits, and experiences with their pricing structure and facility. Pricing is not done on a "how much we need to profit" basis. Instead its based on a how hard can we rectum rape you because we have already made our quota for the week basis. For example, if they only have 20 rooms available, you dont get charged what those before you did. Instead, you get charged whatever in the hell they feel like. As well, if you sign up for emails on discounts, there is a 100% CHANCE that you will never ever never, get the price that the email quotes you will get. Take a flying hump at a rolling doughnut. Cocoa keys is way cheaper folks.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This place didn't last long, and no longer exists in Waynesville, Oh.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
If you are a budget minded individual, then this is the place to get your muffler work done at. I priced an exhaust for my vehicle, and found that prices varied so drastically with the compeftition that some were over 300 dollars higher in cost in their quotes. When I asked the competitors why this was the case, they all said it was because they don't do custom bending, and get their pipes pre-bent. I told them, While that may be the case, Who Cares, and took my vehicle to Big Als.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I had a very positive experience with this business. My son was screened at school by an optometrist who diagnosed him for needing some glasses. I went to the Woody Willimams Vision Center and was very pleased with their timely service, and ability to diagnose the prescription for my son's glasses on the first try with no problems. The frames and lenses were made on the spot, and I was out the door within an hour with one very happy son who could see the world in a whole new way. I couldn't imagine anyone having a better experience anywhere.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I've been going here for years, and couldn't be happier with the service received. Pricing is affordable, the employees are super friendly, and the classic barber shop feel that I love is there.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It's an awesome park, and a lot of fun. Most of the negative reviews here you can account for being based mainly on people's own stupidity. Complaints their are no bins for the firehawk to store their items like phones? There are lockers located at that ride, with a huge sign that says, "no storage bins on these rides". Huge lines on the weekends?? You don't say lol... Your friend bought a ticket from a private seller and Kings Island wouldn't honor it when you got their? That's illegal, and it's called scalping. Those tickets are given to employees for their personal use, and are not intended to be sold. The list goes on and on. The only truly valid and repetitive complaint I've seen in any of these reviews is the cost of food. It is marked up in many cases by 400% of what you'd pay outside of the park, and when you know people will stay all day, that's ludicrous and frankly just rude. Other than that, it's an amazing park with amazing rides and staff.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Terrible customer service, half cooked crust, and ridiculous wait time for the food, and they are not honest about their deals or specials. I called in, asked about the specials, and they quoted buy any pizza get one for free. I said okay, I'd like the taco then. I show up, and they only had one pizza. I call and ask where my other one was, and they say, Oh sorry, you have to "ask" for the special. I say I did, but regardless, if you say you have a buy one get one free, and "I buy one", did I not indeed buy the special? The dude on the phone tells me sorry and to have a good night and hangs up. I would some this up in one word with "thieves". They aren't honorable, and are not worthy of a dollar.
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Public - 2 years ago
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