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Fake. Gunshots would not light up the inside of the car from above like that. Also, gunshots, captured on a consumer grade camera like that, are nowhere near as deep bass. They are much more tinny.
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God DAMN this. Ash had so much potential, I wish to hell he'd reached out.

If anyone is reading this thinking of suicide, DON'T. It's a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Reach out. Call the 24 Hour Suicide Hotline in the U.S.: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

I'm heartbroken about this. I so wish I had known he was struggling.
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This is really good! Well done! Great job of keeping the flavor of the original but making it a little more hard.
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Thanks so much for all the birthday wishes, all! I really appreciate it. I'm a lucky, lucky man.
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I now feel like the worst father on the planet!  :-)

Well done, sir. This is truly amazing. Your kids is very lucky!
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Amazing.
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Oh, my GAWD. I'm getting one of these to go with my LR-308, my LR-308B, and my LR-308AP4!

Nothing but love for DPMS 308 rifles!
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+Joel Wirāmu Pauling.270 is a long-action cartridge. .308 is a short-action cartridge. Long-action cartridges are about half an inch longer or so than short-action cartridges so a long-action cartridge like a .30.06 or .270 is a no-go in an action made for short-action cartridges. But I'd bet dollars against donuts that at some point they'll come out with .243s and .260s in this GII.
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Christmas!
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Very sweet song, always makes my eyes mist up. Great video.
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It is a good song and yes hard to listen to...
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"We made Windows too open????"

Is he in the same continuum as the rest of us?
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+Terry Bowling Probably somebody who has more Microsoft shares than Bill Gates does understand a thing or two about the "buzzwords" you mention. And obviously he's referring to the fact that anybody could program and sell Windows software, and that customers didn't need to jailbreak their PCs to install it. Thumbs up for Ballmer's approach to OpenSource SW too - pragmatic.
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How often did you get those quasi-dud rounds? Looked like quite a few dropped badly.
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1 in 5. Was a real old pack a friend gave me. I have much better camera equipment now and will most likely try this again with some new Piney Mountain green ones
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Now, these are ladies with style and class. Well done, young ladies!
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This is awesome, but think of how those of us who graduated high school before you were even born feel. High school class of '87 here.
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There needs to be a zero star option for these scammers. They use off-shore telemarketers who ignore constant requests to be added to their do not call list, and also ignore the federal do not call registry. It's a TOTAL scam - you pay a TON of money for a membership so you can get lower costs on building supplies. Then they sell you cheap junk that they claim is marked way down. It's not. It's junk. They compare their cheap garbage to Home Depot and Lowes higher end stuff to "prove" that you're getting a good deal. Don't fall for it. This place needs to be shut down. It's a total rip-off.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I accidentally hit a curb last night, and these guys checked out my tires and suspension for FREE so that I could drive home to Austin safely. Amazing customer service, I will definitely do business with them again!
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I will NEVER do business with these leeches again. I recently checked my credit. They turned me in to a collections agency for a bill I PAID IN FULL in 2008. I have the statement showing it was paid in January 2008. I have proof. But they are saying that I have to pay some $200 fee for collections. Collections for a bill we paid in January 2008 but they turned over to collections in May 2008. Now I have a ding on my credit, and they won't do a damned thing about it. They have been very slow in responding (several days after leaving a voice mail), and they don't care at all about the facts. I no longer trust these people at all. Stay away if you value your credit rating. And keep EVERY STATEMENT for at least 10 years. They're screwing me in 2013 over a bill from 2008.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Fail. When the hostess was taking us to our seat, the manager barked at her that we couldn't sit in the back, there were two big parties being seated. She seated us at the booth closest to the front door. We asked for somewhere away from traffic and she pointed at the *table* closest to the front door. We took the booth but then sat with zero attention for 8-9 minutes. We wound up walking out. Seriously... nothing stops you from seating a customer where they want and then having a waiter walk 15 feet out of their patch to serve them. Apparently it is more important to these folks to strictly follow some silly boundary than to serve a guest.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Doctor Tran is great. But I will NEVER do business with the leeches in his office again. I recently checked my credit. They turned me in to a collections agency for a bill I PAID IN FULL in 2008. I have the statement showing it was paid in January 2008. I have proof. But they are saying that I have to pay some $200 fee for collections. Collections for a bill we paid in January 2008 but they turned over to collections in May 2008. Now I have a ding on my credit, and they won't do a damned thing about it. They have been very slow in responding (several days after leaving a voice mail), and they don't care at all about the facts. I no longer trust these people at all. Stay away if you value your credit rating. And keep EVERY STATEMENT for at least 10 years. They're screwing me in 2013 over a bill from 2008. EDIT: I received a call today saying they'd remove this from my credit report. I'm very glad to hear this. I'll change my star rating when it is actually removed.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
My wife and I brought our 6- and 10-year-old daughters to Chicago for spring break. We decided to check out AraOn because it's right across the street from the JW Marriott where we're staying. When we first walked in, the hostess came across as ever so slightly condescending when she asked if we had reservations - it was Monday night at about 8, and the place was *maybe* half full. She seated us, and she came back to take our order a few minutes later. I asked my wife if she was getting a weird vibe from the hostess/waitress, and my wife had the same impression I did. Nothing overt, but definitely a weird sort of "looking down her nose" feeling. We started with edamame for us, miso soup for my oldest daughter. The owner of the place came out to bring the edamame, and he was incredibly kind and gracious. The edamame was salted with the standard sea salt, and also spiced with a red crushed pepper. They were very good. I ordered the Sushi Combo Platter ($26) listed as "chef's selection of 6 pieces of nigiri and a spicy tuna maki." My wife ordered the Miso Yaki salmon bento box ($23). My 10-year-old daughter asked for crab rangoon for her entree, and my 6-year-old just wanted mac and cheese, so we ordered the smoked cheddar and bacon mac and cheese. The owner came out again to deliver the crab rangoon, and he brought an extra plate for my youngest - great touch to keep the kids from fussing. He was effusive in his welcome, and really nice to all of us. Then he came out and gave my wife and me a squid salad (not on the menu) to try. The squid was smoky and perfectly prepared, both of us were really impressed. When our meals came out, I was really blown away by the size of my plate. There was some really beautiful sashimi, tuna, salmon and (I think) yellowtail. There was also a really nice tempura shrimp roll, an eel roll, and five pieces of sushi (salmon, tuna, yellowtail, squid, and I can't remember the 5th piece, sorry). I was not expecting any sashimi at all, and only one roll. I was amazed at how light and flavorful the sashimi was, and how rich the sushi was. The tempura shrimp roll was perfect, and the eel roll was just... jaw dropping. A lovely touch was that they used sprinkles of real gold leaf on the tuna sashimi. My daughters were fascinated, and I will admit it impressed me. He claimed that eating the gold would purify me. No science to that, but it sounded great. Now, I am certainly not a sushi connoisseur, but I've had really good sushi all over the globe. This was easily in the top five places at which I've ever eaten sushi & sashimi. The owner came over a couple of times during the meal to check on us, and he chatted with my daughters easily, bringing them to laughter several times. He really, really did a great job of making us feel welcome. To top the meal off, he brought us a really unique dessert - an Asian pear sherbet in a bed of ground fresh ginger, resting in a shallow pool of pomegranate juice. He said that it would cleanse the mouth and aid in digestion. It was also really amazing. I've never had a dessert like it before, and it was a beautiful end to a fantastic meal. When the check came, I finally put it together - I had ordered the "Sushi combo platter ($26)," but they had brought me (and charged me for) the "Ara-On Deluxe Platter ($46)." Normally, I'd have been plenty upset that they brought me a meal almost twice the price of the one I'd ordered, but between the comped squid salad, comped crab rangoon, comped desserts, and personal attention from the owner, I was really not upset about it at all. I choose to believe that it was an honest mistake. Even at nearly twice the price, the Ara-On Deluxe is absolutely worth it. All four of us walked away raving about the place. I'll definitely be back when I travel here next!
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Stood in the entry way for 10 minutes, no hostess showed up. Waitress finally told us to sit anywhere. Sat for over 10 minutes with no drink order or anything. Finally wound up walking out without ever having any contact with staff. Pretty horrible service, if you ask me. Granted, it was 2:30 in the afternoon, but at least acknowledge the presence of someone to is trying to give you money! EDIT: July 4th, 2012. I was dying for wings, so against my better judgement, I went back. I think I was literally the only customer in the place at 5:00 p.m. The waitress, Tia, welcomed me and sat me immediately. She was very sweet, my order was fulfilled quickly and accurately, my Coke Zero was never empty, and she even came over to check on me when I looked up at the TV - she thought I was just looking her way so she checked. She even brought me a full Coke Zero to go when I checked out. She earned a 25% tip, and I've bumped my rating up from 0 to 2. I'm still very dubious - after all, I was the only customer in the place, so I can't imagine how anything could have been screwed up. I'll definitely go back again to see if this was a fluke, or they've turned the corner.
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Atmosphere: GoodDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago