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    Re: Vinyl making a comeback?

    I think that for a lot of kids their attraction to vinyl is due to it being fashionable. On the other hand I maintain my records partially because I have a decent sized collection I do not want to...
  2. Re: When did Google Maps become so faint?

    Elliot, I reckon any city I am traveling to is going to have traffic issues so I just plan to sit on my rear and don't get in a hurry.
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    Re: Vinyl making a comeback?

    The exact number of LPs I have is unknown but it is in the neighborhood 500, not including 45s and 78s.
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    I hate having that annoying voice telling me what to do. I much prefer looking a place up on paper maps and plotting my own routes.
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    Re: Some songs

    I have a little under 4000 on my Ipod, I am not sure what that'd jump up to if I digitized all my cassettes, 8-tracks, LPs, 45s, 78s, and wax cylinders.
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    I am rather fond of the old fashioned large road atlases. I wish they were still as easy to find as they used to be.
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    Re: Thoughts/advice on Miatas?

    Nice, it looks like a real beaut.
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    I still carry around my Rand-McNally road atlas from 1988. It is also what I used to win the virtual rally twice.
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    Re: Oh Waiter!

    By all means Bas, keep em coming.
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    Re: Thoughts/advice on Miatas?

    Congratulations. I can't see the attachments though.
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    Re: Experts over time...

    :emmersed::highly_amused:
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    Re: Oh Waiter!

    I think I owned the same joke book when I was eight.
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    Re: Never mind the Hurricane...

    Maybe it and Mississippi just traded places.
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    Re: Latest Side Projects

    I've been thinking about picking up a clarinet and getting back into playing. I just haven't have the proper motivation.
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    Re: Thoughts/advice on Miatas?

    Doug, go for it. I've thought about picking up a Miata for a daily driver myself, of course I used my 79 Spit as a daily driver for nearly five years.
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    Re: Latest Side Projects

    I was a woodwind repairman for many years, throughout high school and into college a bit. I am very interested in your project and would like it if you could post pictures of your clarinets. Clarinet...
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    Re: More aircraft

    The Wrights didn't use ailerons though, they used wing warping. I believe it was Curtis who invented the aileron. Whether or not they were really the first to make a flight they were certainly the...
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    Re: RIP Jessi Combs

    She was an impressive woman. On the one hand the world is a little less for her death, on the other she died doing what she loved. That seems like the best way to go.
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    Re: While the wife was out

    Ha Ha Ha!
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    Re: Fraud is just theft with a smile

    I usually do all of my own work, bad habit I picked up as a kid, but sometimes life gets busy the car needs an oil change and I don't have the time. I found a quick change shop in Lawton about two...
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    Re: For the aircraft crowd

    Paul, I believe we have talked about this before, but... Right before my granddad was discharged he was stationed at Norman as a Corsair crew chief in, I believe 53. This worked well for him as he...
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    Re: New Rolls

    :highly_amused:
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    Re: Sharpie Side of the Moon

    :highly_amused:
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    Re: One day at the Monestary

    In Vegas you can tithe by leaving chips in the offering box.
    Once a week a monk will take all the ships to the various casinos and cash them in.
    This monk's title is the "chip monk."
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    Re: For the aircraft crowd

    Once when I was a kid my dad and I were driving from Salida to the Springs, and this low rumble came through the sky and a Mustang and a Corsair came flying through the pass. When we arrived in Canon...
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