Auto Tune From Janis Joplin 2 Words
I got 'sharped' by Sharps. Possibly the worst service I have ever gott..read moreI got 'sharped' by Sharps. Possibly the worst service I have ever gotten in my life. I went in there for a diagnosis and estimate and came out 6 months later with a 2000 dollar bill and a car that runs much worse than when I brought it in. First off, they ran a laundry list on all the things they found wrong with it. They seemed minor at that the time. I thought the bill would be under 400 bucks. They never called me. They never called. I had to call them to find out what was going on. Then he borrowed my towing rope to haul it back to the shop. Thats OK, he was saving money, I appreciate that, but it should have been his dime since he took responsibility for the repair. There it sat for another 10 weeks because he had to drive to Arkansas to find a wrecked car to find the part that it needed. The saga continues. After the first episode, he gave me a long lecture about the radiator fan and how important it was that one hears it running. I appreciate that, I am not a car person. Only when I got the car back, guess what? The radiator fan was not running. After the second visit, he told me he had replaced the radiator hoses. Guess what? The first problem I have is a blow radiator hose. I don't know whether or not we are dealing with incompetency or just plain crookedness. The shop itself is beautiful tidy and need. I guess they need to make a good impression when you go in there so its easier for them to 'sharp' you. I specifically asked him to fix the heater. Guess what? It is not fixed. These are the obvious things. What did I pay him for. I went in to get the shifter fixed. That miraculously got fixed. Only they charged me more than 5 shop hours to do it. I got the impression originally that it was a one hour job and 20 bearing replacement kit. Not a chance. I could go on and on. All I can say is beware of sharp infested waters. I rate them one star because there is no lower rating.
Auto-tune From Janis Joplin Two Words Song
General CommentKris Kristofferson wrote the song about a girl called Bobby Mcgee. 'And every night she kept me from the cold. The somewhere near salinas, lord, I let her slip away, She was lookin’ for the love I hope she’ll find 'Roger Miller first recorded it in 1969 - it hit #12 on the Country Charts. Vst izotope ozone 4 download. Janis recorded it on her album 'Pearl' in 1971 and the 'she' became a 'he'. Listen to Janis Joplin Radio free online. Listen to free internet radio, sports, music, news, talk and podcasts. Stream live events, live play-by-play NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, college football, NCAA basketball, and Premier League matches.