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Oh that's clever!
If you'd entered your address at the start you would have seen your own house on fire.
Highlight has to be the pixelated Google Maps screenshot of a random house at the end. Awesome use of 360 though at the start! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8cfcca5c46202a0f03e6842228835df57359f78ab0db8b57678e58c4e5d89dd5.jpg
Great work Grant, awesome to see your business going from strength to strength.
The mish mash of styles in the 60 is equally average. Overall nothing worth showcasing here surely?
Lolz, the entire screed above is disingenous at best, leaning towards blatantly egregious. In fact, this is classic lefty Stuff, fake news. Its utter lack of credibility will not be assuaged by censoring comment with which the editorial team disagrees, ...
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