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There is always something new. You never know who you are going to talk to or where that will lead in another five years. College is a unique experience and students should take advantage of that. Try to make as many memories as possible.
I talked to other shops and Greg at Mendocino Transmissions took the time to explain what was going on with my truck & how to check it out properly & not just sell me something. Then gave me options of dealer, exchange or updating us rebuild H.D. for my needs. He built it and it works better than it did new. I'll tell my friends. THANK YOU GREG!!!!!
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People in Japan tend to like something very deeply. When a subject catches their interest, they go really deep for it and know everything about it. This touches a soft spot for me. Their passion makes me so happy and inspires me to do my thing even deeper and makes me humbler. How can you not love something like that
How drawings, mere ink stains on a piece of paper pulp, can be a catalyst for real-life exchanges and experiences is something we often underestimate. You see, for the third issue, I found a photo on Pinterest of a house filled with plants and used it as a reference without giving it too much thought. As soon as I shared it on social, people told me that the house was very famous and belonged to an Instagram 'plant celebrity'.
The most interesting thing about Japanese media is that it seems to lack the prejudices we hold in the West; you can see all kinds of imagery and graphic approaches within the same magazine, and that's something refreshing.
In any event, all of the hauls made by defendant's drivers during the years 1959 and 1960 were between two points within the State of California. In the majority of cases, the drivers would pick up studs at the Ridgewood Ranch and deliver them to various tracts under construction and to retail or wholesale lumber dealers. Although the defendant introduced evidence to the effect that certain of these wholesale dealers ultimately shipped some of the defendant's studs to out-of-state retail buyers, there was no evidence that such shipments were part of any continuous out-of-state movement commencing at the Ridgewood Ranch. To the contrary, plaintiff Mulder testified that the bills of lading or waybills showed the ultimate destination of the loads delivered by defendant's drivers to be the lumber yard of the particular California wholesaler. Mr. Welch himself confirmed this testimony, and stated that the defendant's duties with regard to its studs ceased upon delivery to an in-state wholesale customer, that the defendant did not undertake to tell its wholesale customers what to do with the studs, and that any further shipment of the studs was dictated by the wholesaler's own requirements and by orders which it might receive from its own out-of-state customers. [225 Cal. App. 2d 625] 59ce067264