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About cantw82start

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    5 Pointer
  • Birthday 02/07/1965

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  • County, State
    Monmouth County, New Jersey
  • City
    Somewhere in the swamps of Jersey
  • Interests
    I enjoy hunting, fishing and shooting, preferably long range rifle shooting- yes punching paper.

    I work in clinical research and teach at a local university.

    I also coach youth football and enjoy doing independent research on physics and engineering topics, in my spare time I design electronic devices such as high end amplifiers and audio devices.

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  1. Yep- absolutely recommend Tim. Does great work, reasonably priced and a great guy. I have known Tim and his brother Dan since high school.
  2. Same here. Worst part was taking the bandage off my hairy arm!
  3. From a certifiable football addict who played for 14 years including, from Pop Warner through college, coached youth and high school for 20+ years, lived, breathed and worked to learn anything and everything I could about football, and watched every professional, college, high school and even Pop Warner game I could, I can no longer stomach the NFL. Didn't watch a single NFL game last year, but thanks to COVID, we had televised high school games on Fridays, and I spent most of my Saturday's watching college. I realized that there were so many other things I could spend my time doing on S
  4. Nice shooting. 22-250 is on my short list for my next rifle.
  5. My son is scheduled to take is NJ road test or his driver's license next month and both of our cars have an electronic brake "button" on the center console. I have heard conflicting reports on whether this is allowed or not. Here is the actual requirement as best I could find- Section 13:21-8.14 - Vehicle used for road test(d) The road test cannot be administered in a vehicle in which there is a center console type construction, or other obstruction which will prevent the licensing examiner from having access to the foot brake, unless the parking brake is mounted to the right of the
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