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  1. #14
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    25-45 all week last time I looked at the weather. Below normal for around here. Basspro is right on the lake and there are restaurants around it . It's a really nice area. Also a mall area called Firewheel that has a few eating joints around it.

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    U better hurry back. The vav class is this week I believe. What the hell is a choke tube- umm nevermind.

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    I'm not teaching VAV this year, but I will be doing the VFD class with the living legend Mr. Z.
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    Pops., that's what I meant lol,

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    Being around these guys makes me realize how little I know and how much of an ignorant moron I really am... Wow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dallas Duster View Post
    Man y'all guys could not have picked a worse week the weather is supposed to be a long cold week. Rockwell isn't too far from Garland and the have lots of eating spots over there. Lots of restaurants by the Basspro there in Garland also.
    Sunday, we went to Texas Roadhouse. Yesterday, we hit up the Bass Pro shop and went to Texas Land & Cattle afterwards... Today was Hoffbrau Steaks in downtown Dallas' west end neighborhood, which seems like kind of a gentrified trendy hipster area. Gotta say that Texas Roadhouse has been my favorite so far. I wish I had more time here to explore the real off-the-radar local spots. I hear Me-shack and The Smokehouse has some good barbecue...
    "There is no greater inequality than the equal treatment of unequals."

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    Being around these guys makes me realize how little I know and how much of an ignorant moron I really am... Wow!



    Lol,. That is because that is what they do and all they do,. U think that they could tear down a centrifugal and put back together in 3 days? If so, they are well rounded!

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    Quote Originally Posted by milkyway View Post
    Lol,. That is because that is what they do and all they do,. U think that they could tear down a centrifugal and put back together in 3 days? If so, they are well rounded!
    Looks to me like they do everything. I would say very well-rounded.
    "There is no greater inequality than the equal treatment of unequals."

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    They do pretty good for themselves.


    Quote Originally Posted by Tech Rob View Post
    Looks to me like they do everything. I would say very well-rounded.

  10. #23
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    Yes, and DFW is a HUUUUUUUGE area with a ton of big buildings with big chiller plants. Driving down 75 south into downtown from the Garland area looks like a playground to me!
    "There is no greater inequality than the equal treatment of unequals."

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