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Jim Hawks
Attended Central Missouri State University
Lives in O'Fallon, MO
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Well, this further diminished my opinion of the AR.  :(  The muzzle brake appears to be a real pain putting back on.  On the other hand, the ak is much simpler and easier to do.
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+Jim Hawks It's really not that hard but the AK is certainly easier
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The night is not complete until someone is bleeding... you aussies know how to have a ripper good time.
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Awesome awesome video and spot-on.  Keep up the good work.
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Geert Wilders wants to set up a special Prophet Muhammad cartoon show at the Dutch legislature in The Hague.
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701 points and 217 comments so far on reddit
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lol... great rant.
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Larry, as always, great stuff.  I particularly enjoyed watching you shooting the targets and observing the skill.
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Good soundtrack. 
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You had someone standing to the side w/a cowbell and a metal bar when you shot at 200 didn't you?  :)  Good video.  Thanks.
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+Mrgunsngear Channel MORE COWBELL
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Thank you for your video, but I did "thumbs down" it.  You made some good pts (e.g. work ethic).  There's a couple issues I have... 1. in general, they don't attempt integrate in... rather they try to force the environment to fit them.  That's insulting.  You move to my country, YOU blend in.  2. if Mexico has tremendous problems, how did it get that way?  Was it just "bad luck"?  Or, is it a result of ppl living in it.  And, if so, what do you think will happen when those same ppl move to another country?  Probably the same result.  If someone lives in a piece of cr#p house, what do you think will happen when they move into another?  So, how about they fix their own country rather than ruining mine.
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+Jim Hawks So when do you plan on nuking China Town in LA and New York. How about the different neighborhoods in any large city where you can hear Italian or German and Yiddish. These wonderful differences are what makes this country great. While you are getting rid of everything that is not English based don't forget the French speaking folks from Louisiana. Also the fol It is a great wonderful world out there in America get out and experience it.

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Great stuff.  Thanks for making it.
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Education
  • Central Missouri State University
    mathematics and computer science, 1990 - 1992
  • Friends University
    general studies, 1987 - 1989
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Current as of 8/12/2011:
* technical book: "Pro Perl Debugging" by Richard Foley
* non-fiction book:  "What every body is saying".  book about body language.
* xbox game:  Playing "Torchlight".  "Mass Effect" is on hold
* tv series:  "Enterprise" (season 2), "Lost" (season 5)

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Per service agreement, I had Anton stop by for routine service to inspect the a/c for summer usage. The technician was on-time, friendly, and knowledgeable. He pointed out some potential concerns and provided pricing to address them, but he wasn't pushy about it. Work was completed in a timely fashion. In summary, the technician did a great job, I have no complaints.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Per guide, "1" is "good" which is why I gave it that score. So, I got "good" service, but there were a few things I dinged them for which stopped me from rating them "excellent". See pros/cons below: reason for service call: yearly tune-up of heat/ac. pros: * office was very good to talk to. nice. professional. even got a courtesy call the day before the appt * technician showed up on time. He was nice and courteous cons: * alot of loud banging: I sat in my kitchen which is directly above my unit in the basement. I heard alot of loud banging. It was startling. In previous tune-ups (w/a different company), I don't recall them ever making that much noise. It was so much later when he finished, I forgot to ask about that. * minimal service communication: After he was finished, his summary was 1 sentence.. "everything is fine". There was no explanation of what had been checked, what it looked like, the cooling differential, was freon added?, etc. I prodded him a bit for more info, but really didn't get anything. * price: It was $75 for just the ac tune-up. heat was not serviced. That may be very reasonable and standard. But, with other service companies, I recall being charged about $85 and they serviced both heat and a/c. So, I don't know if I was getting a really good deal before or academy air is a bit pricey. Don't get me wrong. The service was sufficient and the technician was nice and courteous. But between the price, loud banging, and minimal communication, I was not overly impressed and would likely look around before using their service again.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Ordered "beef fried rice". Its a very nice place, clean, reasonably priced. I didn't rate it higher than 3 stars because I wasn't overly pleased w/my food. I'm not a big "scallions" and "carrots" fan which my food had alot of. They didn't make a mistake, but I still wasn't pleased. So, yes nice place, but no I wouldn't go back due to how the food is prepared.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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Had ak74. Got a patch stuck pretty solid. Couldn't pull it back out or push it through. Thought I might have damaged the barrel trying to get it unstuck. Drove out to Bill's. He got it unstuck in a few mins and even inspected the bore for damage. I offered to pay but he refused... "call it 'customer service' ". I was really impressed by this. He was nice and seemed like a smart guy. I will definitely look him up again if I need any gunsmithing done. I hope this review will help him.
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Public - 3 years ago
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