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Aaron Soderholm
Attended Middle Tennessee State University
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Congratulations again Giles. Super excited to hear the final product of hours and days of work.
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Thanks for sharing. Not sure why car companies keep recessing the buckles in the seats. It's a pain even for adults.
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My brother-in-law's brother, Giles, helped write this song. Listen and like if you liked what you heard. Only 2 days left!
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How do you deal with posting in both Google+ and Facebook?
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Like Dave, I go where my friends are (hmm, some of my closest friends aren't even 'plugged in' yet). Most of my fb friends have not made the leap to the Kingdom of G+.
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Google plus is available in the app store. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/google/id447119634?mt=8
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Favorite commercial of this season. It's so utterly Americanly arrogant it's brilliant. Finally a corporation who has the balls to put this out. Love it Cadillac!
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Hope you called them.
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My brother-in-law's brother, Giles, helped write this song. Listen and like if you liked what you heard. Only 2 days left!
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The revised Google+ iOS app is a lot better. It actually works!
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If you want me to actually use this, you're gonna' have to post on here more often that that!
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Thanks Russ and Dan for inviting me!
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You're welcome man!
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Just a simple married guy who happens to be blessed enough to have family and close friends in more states and countries than I can count.
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Married to a wonderful godly woman, have a beautiful son and one of unknown gender on the way.
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  • Middle Tennessee State University
    Recording Industry: Production & Technology, 2004
I've heard of tuber complaints but I didn't see anyone the time we went. It was quiet and had some shaded sites, but not all. We were lucky to get a pad next to the river and it made for some nice trout fishing for the kids. The mountain across the street was a lot of fun to climb too.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
For longtime Fredericksburg residents George's is a staple for pizza. The service has always been pretty bad (I'm talking at least 25 years of bad) but the pizzas are so good you look past that. Cheese is so authentic that it stretches from mouth to stomach which can cause to choke. Sounds bad but that's just how stringy it is. Great pizza. I've lived in several other states and still haven't met it's equal not even in NYC.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Pros: + Super close to home (east side) + Very fast service (didn't even get to sit down in the waiting room) + Very friendly staff + Length of stay was short. In and out with tests and medication in an hour. Try THAT even at Memorial North. + Kids play area in waiting room. + Loaded DirecTV HDTV with a ton of channels (movie ones included), excellent when bringing kids along. Cons: - Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance payment is convoluted (they bill them, we get a check and have to go back over there to pay). - ER isn't attached to a hospital with operating rooms for very serious life threatening injuries. They'll transport you to a hospital which will cost you more in time, money, and, more importantly, risk of transport. - Logo is outdated. Who cares really when the care is great. If your Dr. office or Urgent Care is closed then this is an excellent alternative for most medical issues. I would only avoid them if there is a life threatening injury or problem. In that case CALL 911!
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Absolutely gorgeous park. Still blows me away that in about 20 minutes (from home) I can just drive in and enjoy the park for free. It's just beautiful. One of the worlds most unique places.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
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Some of the greatest meat out there. We always stop on our way from the Seattle area to Tonasket.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The best view of Pikes Peak and this part of the Front Range. When it's partly cloudy it's a truly magical sight.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
The staff is knowledgable but not always nice. We stayed for 2 nights on a weekend and found our 1 bedroom unit without working heat. This was the worst possible timing as the temp was in the negatives. They quickly sent a maintenance guy out who was nice and thought he fixed the heater. Unfortunately, after 20 min of nothing happening our patience was getting thin as the temp was dropping in the unit. We called again twice and he finally made it out again (they claimed they were understaffed) and said it would have to be fixed when we weren't there in the morning. He gave us two 1500 watt oil heaters with good intentions. It was just too cold for the oil heaters to be useful. The four of us (me, wife, 4 year old and 1 year old) slept in the same king sized bed and that was the only way we were warm as when we awoke it was 54° in the unit. Warmer than outside by a large degree but still freaking cold with not many clothes on. We called around 10a to let them know we were leaving and to remind maintenance to come fix it. When we got back several hours later, low and behold, it was fixed and the temp was already in the 60s! Our next issue came when we were getting ready to check out. The only shower no longer worked. Instead it was trickling very hot water out (and I thought the hot springs was scalding!). We have no idea if that was fixed as we let them know as we were leaving. Aside from those two unfortunate issues, it was actually a nice place. The view was gorgeous (they had 2-3ft of snow covering everything and icicles at least one story tall) and there are a ton of activities to do. We would have loved to Ski Wolf Creek but had no one to watch the little ones. Instead, we went to the hot springs, yes it smells like sulfur, but it was really relaxing and we rented a sled at the Alpine Haus for $5/day and went down reservoir hill across from the hot springs. That was a blast as the hill had a nice bowl to stop you. Back to the unit: they seriously need to renovate the older units though. They were probably built in the late 80s or early 90s as the shower trim was gold. Some things were newer (appliances, faucets, TVs were all Samsung LCDs) but the main guts isn't. Also, they say every unit has wifi access but that isn't necessarily true as it seemed to be area wide wifi. We would pick up the signal weakly (1-2 bars) on our iPhone 5s for 10 minutes until it was gone again. However at&t's 4G was excellent up there (and for most of the drive from the east). Can't speak to Verizon or Sprints service as we don't have any devices on them. We would stay with them again as the area is worth the drive (it's really a winter wonderland) and they're the only timeshare game in town. However, we would definitely try to pick an upgraded unit (2+ rooms) as they're usually in better shape from our experience with Wyndham.
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Quality: GoodFacilities: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago