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In today's latest tutorial video I show you how to download install set up and configure the features for downloading movies and TV shows through Exodus add on for KODI.
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Bezel-less Beauty: the Elephone S3 is Elegant and Powerful for Just $149.99 [Sponsored]
If you’ve been around XDA for a while, you might recall that phones of the past would have massive bezels. In fact the phones on which this site were based, the XDA line of phones from O2, had bezels so large, you couldn’t help but wonder about a future where bezels would shrink, or even
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A Colorado marijuana dispensary may become a key player for the Denver Broncos, as their new stadium sponsor. What's currently known as the Sports Authority Field at Mile High could become the Native Roots Field at Mile High - that is, if the NFL can get off its high horse.
Mile High Stadium, home of the NFL’s Denver Broncos, seems on the verge of getting even higher, as the sporting goods chain currently sponsoring the football complex is in danger of losing its naming rights to a marijuana dispensary.
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Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Pinwheels

INGREDIENTS

3 cups cushed pretzels
2 cups crispy rice cereal
10 ounces marshmallows
1/4 cup butter
13 ounces spreadable caramel 
11 1/2 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
Non-stick cooking spray

PREPARATION

Preheat oven to 300˚F/150˚C.

Combine cereal and crushed pretzels in a large bowl. In another large bowl, melt marshmallows and butter in the microwave for one minute & 30 seconds, stirring half way. (Time may vary depending on your microwave, so, keep an eye on it!) Combine cereal, pretzels and melted marshmallows, and mix well.

Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper and spray generously with non-stick cooking spray. (You might want to spray your hands too!) Remove marshmallow mixture from the bowl and place onto the baking sheet. Spray another piece of parchment paper with non-stick spray and lay the sprayed side on top of the marshmallow mixture. Roll out with a rolling pin into a thin layer. Remove the top layer of parchment paper and evenly spread caramel over the marshmallow mixture. Pour chocolate chips over the caramel.

Bake for two minutes, or until chocolate chips spread easily across the caramel. Carefully & tightly roll it up longways, peeling back the parchment paper as you go. Cover in plastic wrap & chill for two to three hours, or until it has firmed up nicely. Remove plastic wrap and parchment paper, and cut in one inch slices.

Serve & enjoy!
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We’ve known for a couple of days – from leaks and official sources – that Huawei was going to use lens and camera technology from renowned German manufacturer Leica. We just didn’t know how the execution would look like. Several leaks have also pointed…
We’ve known for a couple of days – from leaks and official sources – that Huawei was going to use lens and camera technology from renowned German manufacturer Leica. We just didn’t know how the exe…
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Use to.go several times a month to test it again have found hair several times in food wife found roach leg in salsa, found plastic in tacos .
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I get there at 9:00 till bout 9:30 with none showing up for a emergency no answering of phones totally disappointed so close to home
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When looking for an honest mechanic look no further owner is honest and very knowledgeable. Will not rip you off and tell you what you need now and what can wait.
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Aj is a threif ask him to check wireing new something was wrong with ground he replaced my fuse with a 3 dollar one and charges 35$ for and did one cable reconnect on ground and wants to charge 40 for labor .your guys didn't do but one thing 5 mins . beware will try to up sell you try to tell me he could one check it right with new cap told him check without a cap at all see if amp works . response was um I guess we could do that.
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Had awesome experience first got quoted by terry but when came back price didn't quite worked out and Thomas was very knowledgeable and patient and took the time to get my price where it had to be and he took care of me no matter what .
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