This is a pretty basic cover of the song, it's not everything but about 90% of what you need to know to play it hence the slowness at the end. I didn't play it that great either. This MUST be played in Drop D. Enjoy!
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The controller is the wort hog EBC-130 from High Gravity. Check them out they’re awesome! I made some modifications but you can’t beat their prices and quality. Great homebrewing setup. Ss Brewtech 20 gal pot blichmann boilcoil 5000W Whirlpool arm Utah Biodiesel 400 micron grain basket Note, when I showed the recirculation whirl pool, the pumps valve was about 3/4 closed so the whirlpool action was nowhere near as strong as the Riptide can do. Also I’m pretty buzzed on homebrew when I made this so I talked a bit too much ha! Sorry.
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Union Pacific's last steam locomotive passes through Corpus Christi, TX on April 16th, 2010. Steam Locomotive No. 844 The Last of the Steam Locomotives Steam Locomotive No. 844 is the last steam locomotive built for Union Pacific Railroad. It was delivered in 1944. A high-speed passenger engine, it pulled such widely known trains as the Overland Limited, Los Angeles Limited, Portland Rose and Challenger. Many people know the engine as the No. 8444, since an extra '4' was added to its number in 1962 to distinguish it from a diesel numbered in the 800 series. The steam engine regained its rightful number in June 1989, after the diesel was retired. When diesels took over all of the passenger train duties, No. 844 was placed in freight service in Nebraska between 1957 and 1959. It was saved from being scrapped in 1960 and held for special service. The engine has run hundreds of thousands of miles as Union Pacific's ambassador of goodwill. It has made appearances at Expo '74 in Spokane, the 1981 opening of the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento, the 1984 World's Fair in New Orleans and the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Los Angeles Union Station in 1989. Hailed as Union Pacific's "Living Legend," the engine is widely known among railroad enthusiasts for its excursion runs, especially over Union Pacific's fabled crossing of Sherman Hill between Cheyenne and Laramie, Wyoming.
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2009 Ram with Bilstein 5100's on all four corners. The front's are adjustable and set to 2.8" but it lifted it a solid 3". The rear has 2.5" spacers on the coils (top and bottom of spring). I then added a 1.5" Zone body lift for a total of 4.5" of final lift. TIRES: Toyo Open Country 35x12.50 R20 WHEELS: Cali Offroad Distorted 20x10 ZERO scrubbing whatsoever and the ride is fantastic with the new shocks and struts.
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This Blue Marlin was caught offshore of Mazatlan, Mexico in April of 2010. It was the first Marlin caught in the region for 2010. The captain estimated it at about 14ft @ 450 lbs. This was a catch and release trip so when this big boy let go of the hook at the end, he was just doing us a favor. The captain had wanted to gaff the fish because it was such a big trophy....maybe it heard him say that, lol.....Still though, would have liked to get a better look at him!
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This 6 pointer was shot in Annarose, TX on Friday December 12, 2008 with a Remington .243. All the meat was processed and will be eaten. So plz don't hate, lol. The comment about "my heart was pumpin" is a bit of an inside joke. **DISCLAIMER** All animals were injured and killed in the making of this video **DISCLAIMER**
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