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    Re: Pebble Beach Cars - Eureka,CA

    Thanks for the pix, Doug. Odd to see a pre-68 DB with square-8's.
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    Re: The times, they are

    My main concern is that folks will generally choose "convenience" over personal security. Texting is almost secondary. The hand-held devices most have accepted as "better" communications gizmos are...
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    Re: The times, they are

    Oft times a prospective client will see my Motorola Flip-Phone and remark: "You're an I.T. guy! Why don't you have one of these?!?" As he proudly displays a whizz-bang glass screen iPhone or...
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    Re: Welcome home, sir

    Understood. Mine did day 2, with an anti-aircraft battery. Antwerp, the Ardennes in winter of '45, blown out of a quad-fifty mount just across the Ruhr by an 88 round landing nearby. Survived and...
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    Re: Nine Days In May

    It's likely I already agree with your son. I got a real overview as a USAF photojournalist, '70~'74. Got to be in places and witness things all over S.E.A. late in the 'conflict'. Both TDY and the...
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    Re: Nine Days In May

    Just got put on my list. Thanks.
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    Re: Welcome home, sir

    I'm with Bayless. The story hits a nerve here, just glad the family could know he's home.

    Two of the names on the D.C. wall were people I knew. One, a fellow photographer and friend named Jimmy...
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    Re: A great talk by Bian Shul

    I got sucked into the YouTube vortex for long enuff that I had to sign in to the forum again after that. Watched several more of the Blackbird vids. Knew one of the navigators, he had a courier...
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    Re: Our show is up for an Emmy

    Wow! Congrats!
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    Re: Another nightmare repair job

    Glad at least it got done.



    "I got a million of 'em!" :excitement:
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    weasel pi**!!!!
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    Re: 7 Ways to remove stripped screws

    I've used reverse twist bits, mostly. For what Basil needed to do, I have impact drivers & a BFH..
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    Re: I Hate Those Meeces to Pieces!

    Those scented laundry dryer sheets. They seemed to work for our MG, until I stopped renewing them. :mad::censored:
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    Re: What I did on my Birthday

    Happy dual birthday!
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    Re: So here we sit, waiting

    Congrats to all!
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    Re: I'm going to enjoy my new Hasselblad

    ummm... yeah. Whatever did you THINK I meant?!? :smirk:
  17. Thread: New Car

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    Re: New Car

    "Guess I'll have to buy the White album again."
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    Re: I'm going to enjoy my new Hasselblad

    I humped a bagfull of Nikon mount prime glass for years. ~Almost~ pulled th' trigger on a D7500 body this month, decided a GoPro might be a better choice. Still on the fence.
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    Re: I fear for the future of the republic...

    Worked retail off-and-on from age 16. From cameras to cars. Learned to make change well before that. "It's just numbers" was the way the Old Man explained it. Had "New Math" from seventh grade, got...
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    Re: Maiden - movie

    Combination of sailing skills, perseverance and luck. Brilliant work.
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    Re: For Doc - Militarisms

    Great stuff, Doug!

    "A helicopter is acompromised design that inherently wants to thrash itselfapart."

    Prophetic!

    But I laughed thru all of them!
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    Re: I fear for the future of the republic...

    Did a cash buy at a burger house last week, Something like $4.07. Gave the counter kid a tenner and had no nickel, so a dime and two pennies. Flummoxed. Even with the feedback from the register. ...
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    Re: I'm going to enjoy my new Hasselblad

    Not much advantage to a larger digital camera format camera IMHO. Bulky, clumsy things with not much in R.O.I. If you were doing ad shots and studio work, maybe. Just get more glass and goodies for...
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    Re: I'm going to enjoy my new Hasselblad

    Did a lot of work with 'blads and Bronicas over the years. Studio portraiture and weddings. Never owned one myself, tho. My medium format cameras were Mamiya TLR's. Lens interchangeability was the...
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    Re: Availabile with different trim options

    I always kept in mind where product was going while working as an NDT inspector with Babcock & Wilcox. Always triple intent when the customer was in Groton CT. Guessing the Russions lacked any such...
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