Author: Andrew Piegnet

This Phone is the BOMB! Samsung Galaxy Note 7

  There’s a lot of hoopla surrounding this Phone. Over 90 cases of this Phone exploding or catching fire, a recall, and 2 more exploding phones that were supposed to be safe. Samsung is in trouble. Their best phone is becoming dangerous to own. The big 4 carriers in the United States are flirting with not selling or supporting it. The Note brand is hurting right now and there may not be a remedy. Should you get a Note 7 and roll the dice? I say sure, why not? The Note 7 recall was for 2 million handsets. Let’s...

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The Biggest Reason Downtown Stockton Doesn’t Succeed

  Simply put it is the people of the city of Stockton that will ultimately keep Stockton California from succeeding. And it’s not just the public that hurt the city. It is the people that govern this city. Stockton California wants to see their downtown – as any city wants, but Stockton spends so much money with no results..over and over again. No results. Stockton sees small peaks and deep valleys of economic decline in the downtown area. City leaders have continually spent tons of money building the Downtown area, and then when they don’t make money they expect...

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Cooking with Fire!

Cooking is something I excel at. For me, it is easy to pick up and understand. One thing I love to do is BBQ. I literally throw¬†everything on the BBQ grill. I have a few accessories like some Grill-Mate baskets and those super cool Grill Mats. Grilling vegetables is a breeze with those things. On this particular day I grilled up some amazing chicken with some amazing seasoning that shall remain a secret. It is our secret. People love the stuff but we’re not giving it up. Also on the menu was corn and asparagus – which is not...

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Hiking for 10.5 Miles!

Today I was back at it and went back to the same Black Diamond Mines Regional Park to do more hiking. My goal is to hike everything it has to offer and it offers 60+ miles of trails. So far I’ve done about 18 miles, but more importantly I’ve seen bits and partial pieces of so many trails. At this point I have a great understanding of the map, direction and trail names. I can count at least 9 different trails that I have had the pleasure of hiking. To name them, I’ve done the Nortonsville Trail, Coal Canyon,...

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