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If you spend a half hour you can learn most of what it's about and yes, it works on any time frame. I've heard it works best on higher time frames but I have done well on the smaller frames....so pick whatever you like.

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Actually you know what, and this is really sad because I do like cheese steaks, but the cheese steaks in Philly aren't that great (something about the thick gristle in the meat and the liquid yellow cheese). I'm referring to the ones in the actual heart of the city too that everyone associates with Philadelphia (Genos, Pats, and Jimmies). The best food in the city probably goes to all those dim lit trendy fusion joints you see popping up all over Philly or any of the unique hipster microbrewery restaurants. It's funny because I don't know how else to describe them.

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pats cheese steak

The roll is okay

Bread makes or breaks a sandwich. Best Philly cheese steak I have had was made by a guy from Chicago.

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Thank you @kbit for your post here, checking out the itchyclouds and other ideas.

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Bread makes or breaks a sandwich. Best Philly cheese steak I have had was made by a guy from Chicago.

Best cheese steak I ever had was by this guy named Vinny in Delaware who is an entirely enthusiastic and energetic guy straight from Italy who pretty much talks to all his customer's that come in the door. He's the definition of passion and doesn't compromise ingredients. He has a small restaurant and he runs it himself. Places like that are usually where the best food comes from. But I'm talking about you take one bite and it just blows your mind away. Some foods you eat and it's an all encompassing experience where you can tell the chef is trying to impress and not cut any corners.

Ingredients are a lot, but it's all about how much love the person puts into cooking the food. I'll give you an example, I used to live on the mainline about 20 miles outside of Philly that was a pretty affluent area and eating at even the burger king in the town of Paoli there was a completely different meal than a burger king 10 miles closer to the city. Why? The closer you get to the city the poorer the people who are working there get and generally the less well raised and less concern for how the food is cooked despite the ingredients being the same. It's horrible, but true. This is generally the same experience I have with any fast food in the country/suburbia compared to in the city.

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Best cheese steak I ever had was by this guy named Vinny in Delaware who is an entirely enthusiastic and energetic guy straight from Italy who pretty much talks to all his customer's that come in the door. He's the definition of passion and doesn't compromise ingredients. He has a small restaurant and he runs it himself. Places like that are usually where the best food comes from. But I'm talking about you take one bite and it just blows your mind away. Some foods you eat and it's an all encompassing experience where you can tell the chef is trying to impress and not cut any corners. Ingredients are a lot, but it's all about how much love the person puts into cooking the food. I'll give you an example, I used to live on the mainline about 20 miles outside of Philly that was a pretty affluent area and eating at even the burger king in the town of Paoli there was a completely different meal than a burger king 10 miles closer to the city. Why? The closer you get to the city the poorer the people who are working there and generally the less well raised and less concern for how the food is cooked despite the ingredients being the same. It's horrible, but true. This is generally the same experience I have with any fast food in the country/suburbia compared to in the city.

I completely agree, Chicago guy was the same way. Very picky on ingredients, very open on his process, and socialized with everyone who walked in the door.

Some of the best food I have had is in small mom and pop / hole in the wall kind of places.

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Best cheese steak I ever had was by this guy named Vinny in Delaware who is an entirely enthusiastic and energetic guy straight from Italy who pretty much talks to all his customer's that come in the door. He's the definition of passion and doesn't compromise ingredients. He has a small restaurant and he runs it himself. Places like that are usually where the best food comes from. But I'm talking about you take one bite and it just blows your mind away. Some foods you eat and it's an all encompassing experience where you can tell the chef is trying to impress and not cut any corners.

Ingredients are a lot, but it's all about how much love the person puts into cooking the food. I'll give you an example, I used to live on the mainline about 20 miles outside of Philly that was a pretty affluent area and eating at even the burger king in the town of Paoli there was a completely different meal than a burger king 10 miles closer to the city. Why? The closer you get to the city the poorer the people who are working there get and generally the less well raised and less concern for how the food is cooked despite the ingredients being the same. It's horrible, but true. This is generally the same experience I have with any fast food in the country/suburbia compared to in the city.

Just noticed your link didn't post, but saw it when i went to post.

http://www.vincenzosmenu.com/

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Expecting to see 1127 as the top tomorrow with 1109.4 being the low.
my official guess...

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Expecting to see 1127 as the top tomorrow with 1109.4 being the low.
my official guess...

sorry..missed the low by 3 ticks and the high by 18 ticks...back to the drawing board.

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sorry..missed the low by 3 ticks and the high by 18 ticks...back to the drawing board.

As far as I'm concerned that's pretty spot on.

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Would I have the guts to hold on to the system for the first 5 or so months eh? What happened in September that almost all of my systems have the same curve then to now?

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