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The same owner that let them see his original founder series Model S back in 2012, got a Model X. A very well done tour of the car. 

Purchase #2 once the lotto finally picks my numbers.
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+Chris Cullen the most Tesla sales per capita is in Norway actually. So it gets plenty of real world cold weather driving already. It gets less range on cold weather, same as a combustion engine. 460km max range probably looking at 400km on a really cold drive I suspect.

Cold weather package has heated seats all around, steering wheel, wipers. 

The cheapest Model S (the sedan) starts at $102k, and the Model X (SUV) is at least 120k. So ya, don't expect to pick one up soon.

Model 3 one day will expand to the Model Y (cheaper SUV model) and a lot of rumors of the pickup version too, but maybe after the SUV
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Always happy for a Mars themes Tested panel/video, especially with Andy Weir showing up.
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+Chris Prophet most likely, he will set the path
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Haven't seen the film yet, but I think Jeff's review is likely going to reflect my own feelings when I do
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Think they are really running out if ideas of famous people people want to read about
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Sad little Pluto. His heart cannot take it
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+Chris Cullen CO (no 2) is not the most efficient fuel, compared to methane deposits nearby. Though you can cook the CO to break it apart and get the oxygen you mentioned for the fuel
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It's happening!! What a year for movies/tv
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I want this for my home, tbh
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So even before I could write down my thoughts on BvS I have seen so many negative reviews on the internet. Things devolve into what is wrong or Critics vs Fans ( maybe thats the sequel )? So I know…
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Batman won cause super man dief
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The man writes good stuff. The video is a really nice form of his previous topic of procrastination.

More video (live/animated) forms of his posts seem like a good idea, though not sure if/when he would get around to that. :-)
Everything you need to know about why procrastinators procrastinate
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Yep. Pretty much went exactly like that.
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Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Mars
One of life’s great leaps may be just around the corner.
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Very nice hotel. I accidentally booked for one night instead of two. When I asked if there was room to stay another night the woman told me it was full. I had to go online and book it myself on Expedia, which had 6 rooms available, and deal with a second check out+in. When I asked about getting my second room ready early (it was a smaller room type than my first night) they seemed unwilling to get it ready as a priority so I didn't have to pack all my stuff aside, and come back later and trust they brought it up properly. Have some grocery items which i wanted to keep cool, but not an option waiting for the new room. I saw cleaning staff already working rooms at least by 10 and check out of 11/12. I don't see how they cannot quickly get the room ready, as I highly doubt there are a lot of requests like this (again, a rare exception someone did two bookings one day after the other) If it wasn't what seemed like a lack of extra effort for the unique situation, I would have given it a full 5 stars. It is a very nice hotel otherwise, with a great location, walking distance to a lot of places.
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Air cannons fixed, as well as dumper. Cleaner than before
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reviewed a week ago
Its an ok collection of shops. Nothing so unique a draw. Has a couple of kids play areas (baby/toddler as well as a new one for older kids) so that is nice. They have some empty spots I think as a result of the now finished Steve Nash gym construction.
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reviewed 4 weeks ago
Staff was friendly, and did a good job signing happy birthday for my wife (with the giant moose antlers on her head). If you have kids, always nice that there is a giant paper on the table for them to draw on too.
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Lots to do for the kids. Open spaces. Good viewing area for parents with older kids. Wifi too. Their food is decent for the type of venue, and while not cheap, isn't crazy priced either, so that is nice.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
The location, is wow. Very beautiful. The food was overpriced and not so wow. You get better food for a better price most other places I think. Its not bad, just something they would do well to improve. Probably best to go for the lounge/drinks
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reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great time with the family. Got a year pass and we enjoyed going many times. The main parking is often difficult to get a spot, so I tend to use the pay parking that is across the street, next to the McDonald's. Easy enough to cross the street, and you don't have to fight to get a spot
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