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About SandBurro

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    Panfilo Pancho
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    2005 Yamaha Raptor 350
    2006 Yamaha 150
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    So Cal
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  1. After Monday and Tuesday even the calender says W T F
  2. New rig for deep sea fishing, any one up for a trip to Catalina ? In the mood to catch me a big yellow tail!
  3. LoL I can picture you driving down the street, with the wind in your hair and playing "Bad to the Bone" Al Bundy style, NICE CAR!
  4. Go with the manufacturers battery. Don't go China cheap.
  5. If you want basic home monitoring, any big alarm company vendor will do the same job as the other, some times you can go with a local vendor and get a great deal. Make sure you do a complete walkthough of your house before anything is installed. installing door sensors at EVERY door in your house is kinda of a waste, in example, if your dinning room and living room are connected, as most are homes with a skidding glass door, you would be better installing a motion sensor to monitor motion in both rooms and any movement at the door instead of installing a door contact.... DONT DO THE WIRELESS SYSTEMS, you will have to budget for batteries for every device monthly.... kinda of a waste. DO invest the extra $5 bucks a month on the in home maintenance plan, this will save you lots if you ever need anything fixed, need the back up power batteries replaced in the dialer of the system and only have to pay for the cost a new device to be installed if you are adding a new sensor to the system, the labor is covered under the protection plan. CCTV is a whole different story, from box cameras, to domes, to night vision to PTZ's, I would spend the whole night explaining the differences in camera technology to you, though for a do it your self project, Costco sells a very nice system by Lorex Technologies. The DVR's (digital video recorders) are pretty high quality and their cameras are not to bad either. You will pay about $1,500.00 for this lower end camera system, but it will do its job and be reliable, I have 12 cameras set up at my house with a Lorex DVR, and the Lorex DVR has held up great for the last 5 years. I upgraded the cameras to commercial type cameras, you will need to do this if you want the best quality picture. If your serious about a camera system, PM me and I will guide you in the right direction. With any security upgrade, it all depends on how much you are willing to spend, posting yard signage that you have an alarm monitoring system and putting some cameras up would be a great deterrent to the amateur or opportunistic thief, but they are less effective with the seasoned or professional criminal.
  6. "Woooo WOOOOOO, We ja do it fo Dekorateon manG!! Jas fo Dekorateon !!" Old but a classic!!
  7. Wax house makes great products. If your using a "oxidation" removing buffing wax, be careful as you can dull the gel coat. If you just want the luster to come back, use a good polish for gel coat then seal it with a good was for gel coats.
  8. Get a bill of sale from you friend, fill out necessary forms at DMV, most likely, you will need to send a certified letter to the last registered owner with a time frame of when to respond before the DMV transfers ownership to you. If he doesn't contest the transfer, then you get your title.
  9. LOL!! Print it and put it in an envelope marked "I told you so!"
  10. LoL that totally looked like the Valero station in Baker!!
  11. I never tried on an IPhone Capt, but don't see why it wouldn't, you are pretty much making your computer recognize your device as a external USB hard drive or storage media.
  12. Great to hear BP, netgear makes pretty good products for home use.
  13. Dosnt ITunes sync your music ? If you are having trouble with ITunes not syncing your IPOD, follow the steps below. Ok so first download the latest version of I tunes, Then connect your IPOD to your computer, BUT DO NOT RUN ITUNES, this will be done at the end. then go to your "my computer" icon and open it.When you open up the "my computer" window, at the top bar, select "tools" and then go down to "folder options", a new window will pop up, click on the "view" tab, you will see some options pop up in the window, under "hidden files and folders" click on "show hidden files and folders. and "apply" and then "ok". Go back to the "my computer window", you Ipod should show up as a mass storage device drive, double click on it and you will see all the folders on your ipod. The "hidden folders" will display in a washed our color format. If I remember correctly, I think the folder the music is under is named something like "ipod_cache" open it up and there will be a folder in there marked "music", when you open that folder, the folders inside of it are labeled like "F01, F02, etc..." transfer those folders somewhere on your computer. After thats done, you can drop the music from each folder into ITunes and there you go..... If you need more details, let me know.
  14. My experience in dealing with these situations has shown me there is a good possibility she ran off with an older boyfriend. I would start checking any social media sites she frequents on, text messages, talk to friends, etc... learn as much about her as you can and who she has been conversing with, this can maybe lead you to someone you never knew she was talking to or acquainted with. If you do find her, turn her over to law enforcement immediately for processing and questioning.
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