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  • aericker23 commented on Jasonking1's instructable How to drive stick shift3 years ago
    How to drive stick shift

    Hey Jason, I enjoyed reading your instructable and growing up in the 80's and 90's driving a stick shift was something that most people had to learn. Now, unless you are driving a sports car there or rugged off-road vehicle, like I do, it has become a dying art. I would agree with most of your step except up-shifting at 2000 rpm's when most manufacturers or race pro's continue to state that the optimal shifting rpm is at or near redline. I would probably do a little research into it and one other thing is there are a lot of spelling errors throughout your post even in one of the step titles so I would spell check it. I think the first paragraph has two or three spelling errors.Other than that I thought it was a very informative post and the steps are written in a matter that can be easi...

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    Hey Jason, I enjoyed reading your instructable and growing up in the 80's and 90's driving a stick shift was something that most people had to learn. Now, unless you are driving a sports car there or rugged off-road vehicle, like I do, it has become a dying art. I would agree with most of your step except up-shifting at 2000 rpm's when most manufacturers or race pro's continue to state that the optimal shifting rpm is at or near redline. I would probably do a little research into it and one other thing is there are a lot of spelling errors throughout your post even in one of the step titles so I would spell check it. I think the first paragraph has two or three spelling errors.Other than that I thought it was a very informative post and the steps are written in a matter that can be easily followed. Also, that is a very nice car!

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  • aericker23 commented on shaynadaniels5's instructable How to Set -- Volleyball1013 years ago
    How to Set -- Volleyball101

    I do have some volley ball experience where I played both indoor and beach for over 7 years. Like you I was the setter and I completely agree with you on how the to the average viewer undervalues the position. The reason I enjoyed the position was due to the fact that you, most of the time just like quarterbacks, improvise and based on how the defense if reacting can set it to three different positions. Though the setter position may be overlooked the responsibility of the match , for over 8 years and I too was the setter. So I am very aware of the skill and ability it takes to be a great setter and, from the images you posted I can tell that you were very skilled. I have always been an advocate of how a good setter can make a world or difference and you have done an exceptional job at...

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    I do have some volley ball experience where I played both indoor and beach for over 7 years. Like you I was the setter and I completely agree with you on how the to the average viewer undervalues the position. The reason I enjoyed the position was due to the fact that you, most of the time just like quarterbacks, improvise and based on how the defense if reacting can set it to three different positions. Though the setter position may be overlooked the responsibility of the match , for over 8 years and I too was the setter. So I am very aware of the skill and ability it takes to be a great setter and, from the images you posted I can tell that you were very skilled. I have always been an advocate of how a good setter can make a world or difference and you have done an exceptional job at describing the steps to be a successful volleyball setter. Great post!

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