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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 28,668
    edited October 2018
    Probably OK. That's, what, a 9090, methinks?


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    (I only have a 9090DB/8080DB brochure scan handy :p )

  • mlistens03
    mlistens03 Posts: 2,767
    ^^^
    Can’t agree and lol at the same time. :D
  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 19,943


    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    Probably OK. That's, what, a 9090 methinks
    Good eye's you young whippersnapper.

    Those should be fairly efficient.
  • voltz
    voltz Posts: 5,384
    verb wrote: »
    Just happened today in southern California! Wow! Looks like a North American AT-6 in german colors crash landed on the freeway! Highway 101!
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    My Cousin has a SNJ which is the navy version of the AT-6 Texan...which are used mostly for Japanese planes an/or Germans in mock WWII airshow fights.

    but he also has 2 sSearmen biplanes used by the navy and the old Red Baron squadron his brother/my cousin Travis flew for for many years! one for him and his wife who both fly!

    nothing like doing barrel rolls in formation or loops and rolls and hammer-heads to make you turn green in a open cockpit. we would go up till he stalledd then flip over and go into a dive till he could recover from the stall!


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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 28,668
    ^^ splendid photograph.
  • voltz
    voltz Posts: 5,384
    Shamesly plugging the side gig and enjoying the nice weather at our alma mater today:
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    Bump!
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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 28,668
    one of the beautiful-est automobiles evah. :)

    45600699391_840b4a019a_h.jpgMercedes-Benz 300 SL by Maurizio Boi, on Flickr
  • tonyb
    tonyb Posts: 32,454
    Don't know about that Doc...
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  • tonyb
    tonyb Posts: 32,454
    I may have to move to Norway. Apparently....insane people over there are just peachy with them.

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    HT SYSTEM-
    Sony 850c 4k
    Pioneer elite vhx 21
    Sony 4k BRP
    SVS SB-2000
    Polk Sig. 20's
    Polk FX500 surrounds

    Cables-
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    Acoustic zen Matrix 2 IC's
    Wireworld eclipse 7 ic's
    Audio metallurgy ga-o digital cable

    Kitchen

    Sonos zp90
    Grant Fidelity tube dac
    B&k 1420
    lsi 9's
  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 28,668
    edited October 2018
    tonyb wrote: »
    Don't know about that Doc...
    You're in good company, sir...
    My son said, flatly, "no", when I sent him the same photo with essentially the same caption. :p

    So I sent him a photo of this Benz, which he did like better :)


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    mid-engined Wankel, bay-bee! :)

    ... and, as long as I am at it, let's try a few other angles for the 300SL...

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  • verb
    verb Posts: 10,002
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    one of the beautiful-est automobiles evah. :)

    45600699391_840b4a019a_h.jpgMercedes-Benz 300 SL by Maurizio Boi, on Flickr

    Quite the classic! Love the doors!
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  • mrbiron
    mrbiron Posts: 5,694
    I kept the table full of "devil's boomsticks" out of the picture to avoid complaints.

    What a fun morning! 200 rounds straight to the shoulder. Yeehaa!

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    Where’s the KABOOM?!?! There’s supposed to be an Earth shattering KABOOM!!!
  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 28,668
    edited October 2018
  • verb
    verb Posts: 10,002
    mrbiron wrote: »
    I kept the table full of "devil's boomsticks" out of the picture to avoid complaints.

    What a fun morning! 200 rounds straight to the shoulder. Yeehaa!

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    Dude love the broomsticks! Please share!
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  • mrbiron
    mrbiron Posts: 5,694
    edited October 2018
    verb wrote: »
    mrbiron wrote: »
    I kept the table full of "devil's boomsticks" out of the picture to avoid complaints.

    What a fun morning! 200 rounds straight to the shoulder. Yeehaa!

    v6lldww5q3ps.jpg

    Dude love the broomsticks! Please share!

    Wrong forum. That pic would be deleted in a minute. ;)

    I see your phone auto corrected that word too. I caught before sending.
    Where’s the KABOOM?!?! There’s supposed to be an Earth shattering KABOOM!!!
  • mdaudioguy
    mdaudioguy Posts: 5,162
    mrbiron wrote: »
    Getting closer by the day...

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    That's exciting! Interesting way to build a foundation, btw. Around here, they usually go all the way around with block or poured concrete, no matter how much is exposed on any given side.
  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 28,668
    Viking64 wrote: »
    PUPPIES!!!

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    I remember the Wicked Witch saying that in The Wizard of Oz...

    umm...
    wait...

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    no...

    close...

  • CGTIII
    CGTIII Posts: 810
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  • Viking64
    Viking64 Posts: 5,637
    mdaudioguy wrote: »
    That's exciting! Interesting way to build a foundation, btw. Around here, they usually go all the way around with block or poured concrete, no matter how much is exposed on any given side.

    That is still a common practice up here in New England. The exception is usually when the basement level has a "walkout wall", where there are doors and windows leading from the basement to the back yard. Particularly in cases where the house is built on a slight slope.

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  • mrbiron
    mrbiron Posts: 5,694
    Viking64 wrote: »
    mdaudioguy wrote: »
    That's exciting! Interesting way to build a foundation, btw. Around here, they usually go all the way around with block or poured concrete, no matter how much is exposed on any given side.

    That is still a common practice up here in New England. The exception is usually when the basement level has a "walkout wall", where there are doors and windows leading from the basement to the back yard. Particularly in cases where the house is built on a slight slope.

    Its an easy way to avoid staring at an unattractive concrete wall.
    Where’s the KABOOM?!?! There’s supposed to be an Earth shattering KABOOM!!!
  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 28,668
    mrbiron wrote: »
    Viking64 wrote: »
    mdaudioguy wrote: »
    That's exciting! Interesting way to build a foundation, btw. Around here, they usually go all the way around with block or poured concrete, no matter how much is exposed on any given side.

    That is still a common practice up here in New England. The exception is usually when the basement level has a "walkout wall", where there are doors and windows leading from the basement to the back yard. Particularly in cases where the house is built on a slight slope.

    Its an easy way to avoid staring at an unattractive concrete wall.

    I thought that's why they invented shrubbery.

    :)
  • BlueBirdMusic
    BlueBirdMusic Registered User Posts: 1,588
    edited October 2018
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