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"Do whatever makes you happy" "Don't drink coffee" Ummm 
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had a 4 pack recently (not all at once) and absolutely loved it! 
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00:03 - oh no you di'int 
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Just bought a Ramparte .. this looks like it will be perfect for it. 
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I have an excelsior, which is similar to the ramparte considering it has no reverb and a lack of some of the knobs that are typical on a fender amp. I also have this pedal. If you are just looking for reverb and delay or reverb and distortion/overdrive I would buy some good pedals as opposed to this board just because the effects are going to sound better but if you want a lot of effects then this thing is great.
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Easy breezy! Thanks for the video. My daughter's 98 Civic has new struts, tires, brakes, head gasket, timing belt, motor mounts and a radiator. The passenger side axle is up next and I hope I'm done for a while. 
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Thanks, good luck on the axle replacement.
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We love you guys but the shouting in this one... Maybe the mic was too hot? 
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It's the pressurized gas tank that gives it so much torque. 
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It is usually a combination of mud and pressurized tanks that torques the most.  As long as the mud in not in the tank.
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Well done! Congrats! 
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Possibly the naughtiest thing ever said in a Pirillo vlog - l feel hungry again after eating your smoothy 
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Just ordered one. :) 
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North Platte, NE - Jacksonville, FL - Powder Springs, GA - Hilliard, FL - LaGrange, GA
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We visited this location over labor day in 2012. It was 1 of 3 H.I. Expresses we stayed at over labor day and by far the worst of the 3. Chad checked us in and was informative and friendly, but his wrinkled shirt turned out to be an hint of things to come. We made our way to our room through poorly lit halls that reminded me of a certain Jack Nicholson movie that took place in a hotel. The room was completely dark and the damn door, which needs an adjustment to the assist mechanism, felt as if it weighed 100 Lbs and slams shut like a guillotine when you step out of the way and yank your bag inside. At least it was metal, which was reassuring to us because "Johnny" would need something more substantial than an ax to get in. The room was humid and rank and as soon as those stupid fluorescent bulbs came up to temperature, we could see how dirty it was. Especially the shower, which had hair and other human-borne materials in it. We were too tired to complain so my wife wiped it down while I inspected for bed bugs. The AC worked well but the WiFi was slow. The next morning we turned on the shower to be greeted by dark orange water. We "showered" at the sink and attempted to log on to check the reviews to see what we had missed. However, the WiFi was no longer working so we went for breakfast. The breakfast here was the best experience we had during our stay. The restaurant here is apparently operated independently. Marion greeted us with a smile and invited us to help ourselves and sit wherever we liked. It was nice to drink coffee out of a real mug and eat our meals with metal utensils. The other two locations we visited over the weekend only offered plastic and paper, which was adequate, but not as nice as the real thing. Thank you Marion, for making our stay. We weren't offered an express check out at this location so my wife stepped in the front as we were leaving. Nobody was at the counter but a staff member saw my wife and alerted "Debbie" who then emerged from the back, handed my wife a folded up piece of paper and then quickly disappeared. My wife had to search her purse for a pen to sign the document and left it on the counter. This place definitely needs better management. We won't be back and we can't recommend it at this time.
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Quality: Poor to fairFacilities: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is the 2nd of the 3 Holiday Inn Express locations my wife and I visited over the 2012 Labor Day weekend. The room smelled a little odd to us, maybe damp smelling, but the bed was comfortable and the shower was great. The carpet was in need of a cleaning or perhaps needs to be replaced. No real complaints, but we weren't overly impressed either. The housekeeping staff may need a tune up. Check in/out was a breeze. Staff was friendly.
Quality: Very goodFacilities: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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My wife and I stayed overnight here at the beginning of the Labor day weekend, 2012. We checked in late in the evening, yet the gentleman that checked us in, Melvin, was alert, helpful and understanding. We were zombies from the long road trip and were only able to drool and babble on about "braaiins", yet Melvin guided us through the process and sent us on our way in mere minutes. The room was spotless, large and almost as cool as Melvin's bowtie - the A/C had been thoughtfully turned on for us in advance. We enjoyed a restful night, a quick breakfast and an even quicker check out. Over the weekend we stayed at 3 Holiday Inn Expresses. This one was in a class of its own compared to the other two, which will not be receiving rave reviews. We'll definitely be back to this one and we'll definitely recommend it to our friends and family.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've been here several times over the last few years, both before they moved to their current location and after, and have always been treated well by the friendly and knowledgeable staff. They're definitely a part of the gaming culture (unlike some of the employees at "big name" used game franchises) and as such are able to accurately and enthusiastically answer questions relating to every console currently available as well as any of the "classic" consoles.
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