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Old 03-16-2016, 09:18 PM   #1
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Skoolie School: Episode 1

Hey, Skoolies.

I'm Jacob Szall and I started a web series based on my conversion process of my 2003 All American Blue Bird. The first episode just came out today.

If you have a minute, I'd appreciate it if you took a look!

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Old 03-17-2016, 05:04 AM   #2
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I'm not a fan of the yellow, either.
Keep up the good work, guys, and holler if you need anything.
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Welcome to the madness Jacob. Looks like you've got a great starting point. I look forward to watching your progress. Lots of knowledgeable folks here so any questions just ask away.
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I enjoyed the first, and am looking forward to the next. You look like you have your head screwed on right. A game plan and hard work will get you far in life.
Thanks for sharing
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I enjoyed the first, and am looking forward to the next. You look like you have your head screwed on right. A game plan and hard work will get you far in life.
Thanks for sharing
Jake is a nice guy. And yeah, most of the guys I know around his age wouldn't take on this kind of project. Or any, for that matter.
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Sweet video! Can't wait to watch more. Totally agree on the spiritual part.
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Nice to meet you Jacob. Good video. That's a cool project for you guys.
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I wanna hear about the fire extinguisher explosion!!!

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I second that.
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Jake is a nice guy. And yeah, most of the guys I know around his age wouldn't take on this kind of project. Or any, for that matter.
Thank you!!
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