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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 26,053
    treitz3 wrote: »
    Love that stone wall, Mark. Too cool.

    Tom

    That's our across-the-street neighbor's. It is a beautiful wall. Not a vintage one, but a gorgeous one. Nice folks, too.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 26,053
    All I had was pictures of hills and trees -- and I like that very easy to grasp explanation of Boyle's Law as it applies to canids. :)

  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 5,379
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    All I had was pictures of hills and trees -- and I like that very easy to grasp explanation of Boyle's Law as it applies to canids. :)

    "Boyle's Law"??? Isn't that an action movie with Gene Hackman? Or is it Charles Bronson. :o

    The same Charles Bronson who was a longtime, albeit part time, Vermont resident.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 26,053
    Viking64 wrote: »
    ...

    The same Charles Bronson who was a longtime, albeit part time, Vermont resident.

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    This Boyle

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  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 5,379
    edited May 19
    mhardy6647 wrote: »

    This Boyle

    That sorta looks like me back in the 80s. :o

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    Well, surprise, surprise. Charles Bronson is buried here in Vermont as well. Now I didn't know that.

    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/7811840/charles-bronson
  • vmaxervmaxer Posts: 4,760
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    OK, not gonna give @KennethSwauger any artistic composition ;) but it's one of those Chamber of Commerce weather kind of days in northern New England today, so on my perambulation with Mrs. H this morning (2-mile round trip down to the main road and our newspaper box :p ) I dragged along my camera & snapped a few piccies.

    I'll share a couple few, FWIW :)

    49913797852_8d02d7e6e6_b.jpgDSC_0143 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49913798977_ef112f97ee_b.jpgDSC_0133 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49913802962_fbab123dd6_b.jpgDSC_0117 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49913805842_2ba439af16_b.jpgDSC_0107 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    _____________________
    * Oh -- my much beloved son gifted me with a new DSLR body last week! I think it was a very early, or very late, Christmas present! :)


    Beautiful property Doc. What is your new camera body?
    Pio Elete Pro 520
    Panamax 5400-EX
    Sunfire TGP 5
    Micro Seiki DD-40 - Lyra-Dorian and Denon DL-160
    PS Audio GCPH phono pre
    Sunfire CG 200 X 5
    Sunfire CG Sig 405 X 5
    OPPO BDP-83 SE
    SDA SRS 1.2TL Sonicaps and Mills
    Ctr CS1000p
    Sur - FX1000 x 4
    SUB - SVS PB2-Plus

    Workkout room:
    Sony Bravia XBR- 32-Inch 1080p
    Onkyo TX-DS898
    GFA 555
    Yamaha DVD-S1800BL/SACD
    Ft - SDA 1C

    Not being used:
    RTi 38's -4
    RT55i's - 2
    RT25i's -2, using other 2 in shop
    LSI 15's
    CSi40
    PSW 404
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 26,053
    edited May 19
    vmaxer wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    OK, not gonna give @KennethSwauger any artistic composition ;) but it's one of those Chamber of Commerce weather kind of days in northern New England today, so on my perambulation with Mrs. H this morning (2-mile round trip down to the main road and our newspaper box :p ) I dragged along my camera & snapped a few piccies.

    I'll share a couple few, FWIW :)

    49913797852_8d02d7e6e6_b.jpgDSC_0143 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49913798977_ef112f97ee_b.jpgDSC_0133 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49913802962_fbab123dd6_b.jpgDSC_0117 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49913805842_2ba439af16_b.jpgDSC_0107 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    _____________________
    * Oh -- my much beloved son gifted me with a new DSLR body last week! I think it was a very early, or very late, Christmas present! :)


    Beautiful property Doc. What is your new camera body?

    Thank you -- but do note that's our neighborhood (none of those photos is our property :p ). We abut the farm & its land shown in the last two photos, and the first photo is across the street from our property.

    Nothin' fancy; the body's is a D5600. Professor Hardy decided that dad needed/deserved a more modern DX-format body :) It certainly does have better low-light performance than the ol' D5000 did.
  • CGTIIICGTIII Posts: 727
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  • vmaxervmaxer Posts: 4,760
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    vmaxer wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    OK, not gonna give @KennethSwauger any artistic composition ;) but it's one of those Chamber of Commerce weather kind of days in northern New England today, so on my perambulation with Mrs. H this morning (2-mile round trip down to the main road and our newspaper box :p ) I dragged along my camera & snapped a few piccies.

    I'll share a couple few, FWIW :)

    49913797852_8d02d7e6e6_b.jpgDSC_0143 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49913798977_ef112f97ee_b.jpgDSC_0133 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49913802962_fbab123dd6_b.jpgDSC_0117 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49913805842_2ba439af16_b.jpgDSC_0107 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    _____________________
    * Oh -- my much beloved son gifted me with a new DSLR body last week! I think it was a very early, or very late, Christmas present! :)


    Beautiful property Doc. What is your new camera body?

    Thank you -- but do note that's our neighborhood (none of those photos is our property :p ). We abut the farm & its land shown in the last two photos, and the first photo is across the street from our property.

    Nothin' fancy; the body's is a D5600. Professor Hardy decided that dad needed/deserved a more modern DX-format body :) It certainly does have better low-light performance than the ol' D5000 did.

    I’m still using a Nikon D300 body. I got tired of trying to stay current. I do have several lens for it though.
    Pio Elete Pro 520
    Panamax 5400-EX
    Sunfire TGP 5
    Micro Seiki DD-40 - Lyra-Dorian and Denon DL-160
    PS Audio GCPH phono pre
    Sunfire CG 200 X 5
    Sunfire CG Sig 405 X 5
    OPPO BDP-83 SE
    SDA SRS 1.2TL Sonicaps and Mills
    Ctr CS1000p
    Sur - FX1000 x 4
    SUB - SVS PB2-Plus

    Workkout room:
    Sony Bravia XBR- 32-Inch 1080p
    Onkyo TX-DS898
    GFA 555
    Yamaha DVD-S1800BL/SACD
    Ft - SDA 1C

    Not being used:
    RTi 38's -4
    RT55i's - 2
    RT25i's -2, using other 2 in shop
    LSI 15's
    CSi40
    PSW 404
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 26,053
    edited May 20
    Oh... between the Professor & me... we've got lenses...
    For whatever reason, some of his are ensconced in our house (as opposed to his crib in VA). :p

    49002264018_6f3cfc0dc7_c.jpgDSC_7467 (2) by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    28102034805_8f05f133bb_c.jpg004 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49003009327_5dae96a4a3_c.jpgDSC_7455 (2) by Mark Hardy, on Flickr
  • vmaxervmaxer Posts: 4,760
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    Oh... between the Professor & me... we've got lenses...
    For whatever reason, some of his are ensconced in our house (as opposed to his crib in VA). :p

    49002264018_6f3cfc0dc7_c.jpgDSC_7467 (2) by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    28102034805_8f05f133bb_c.jpg004 by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    49003009327_5dae96a4a3_c.jpgDSC_7455 (2) by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    Seems you have 3 or 2 more than I do. I really should sell a few of mine.
    Pio Elete Pro 520
    Panamax 5400-EX
    Sunfire TGP 5
    Micro Seiki DD-40 - Lyra-Dorian and Denon DL-160
    PS Audio GCPH phono pre
    Sunfire CG 200 X 5
    Sunfire CG Sig 405 X 5
    OPPO BDP-83 SE
    SDA SRS 1.2TL Sonicaps and Mills
    Ctr CS1000p
    Sur - FX1000 x 4
    SUB - SVS PB2-Plus

    Workkout room:
    Sony Bravia XBR- 32-Inch 1080p
    Onkyo TX-DS898
    GFA 555
    Yamaha DVD-S1800BL/SACD
    Ft - SDA 1C

    Not being used:
    RTi 38's -4
    RT55i's - 2
    RT25i's -2, using other 2 in shop
    LSI 15's
    CSi40
    PSW 404
  • joecoulsonjoecoulson Posts: 4,754
    Tom. I wish.
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  • NightfallNightfall Posts: 9,185
    edited May 22
    I parked nose to nose (I got out and checked) with a smart car and it only comes up to the middle of my doors. 😂 Keep in mind this is a small early 90s Civic hatchback that would likewise only come up to the middle of your truck door (edit: that might be a bit of an exaggeration, I got a pair of 2Bs behind the front seats just fine) and not a comparatively large modern Civic.

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    afterburnt wrote: »
    They didn't speak a word of English, they were from South Carolina.

    Village Idiot of Club Polk
  • daddyjtdaddyjt Posts: 1,494
    Those “Smart” cars are ridiculous...
  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 44,930
    There's one up near where my parents lived with the tag, "Clwncar"
    Political Correctness'.........defined

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    President of Club Polk

  • NotaSuvNotaSuv Posts: 2,892
    at least it has the best anti theft equip ever made...…........
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 26,053
    The biggest "problem" with the Smarts is that they're not particularly economical. They are particularly small, so I guess if one lives in the city and has a car and parks on the street, that might be an advantage (but, in the US at least, that's a pretty small market).

    I remember back in my commuting days seeing them on I-495 tooling along at 70 mph or more. I was terrified on behalf of their drivers -- I wonder how they felt in 'em at speed?

    :|

  • sucks2bemesucks2beme Posts: 5,110
    I'm sure they were a lot safer at speed than a motorcycle.
    Safety was their only real asset. A Corolla was a much better
    car for the mpg and practical minded. There's a junkyard I
    drive by sometimes that has a whole section dedicated to these cars.
    "The legitimate powers of government extend to such acts only as are injurious to others. But it does me no injury for my neighbour to say there are twenty gods, or no god. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg." --Thomas Jefferson
  • NightfallNightfall Posts: 9,185
    For just a minute I felt like I was in a 1950s Cadillac land yacht. Until I pulled back out into traffic and was reminded, nope my car is still tiny, just not ultra tiny.
    afterburnt wrote: »
    They didn't speak a word of English, they were from South Carolina.

    Village Idiot of Club Polk
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 26,053
    sucks2beme wrote: »
    I'm sure they were a lot safer at speed than a motorcycle.
    Safety was their only real asset. A Corolla was a much better
    car for the mpg and practical minded. There's a junkyard I
    drive by sometimes that has a whole section dedicated to these cars.

    1) That is true (re: safety), now that you mention it (I had conveniently forgotten that!) -- but the wheelbase is so short, and they seem so (comparatively) tall and narrow. I have to imagine (??) they're a bit skittish at speed (or in a crosswind).

    2) I am trying to understand why any junkyard could have acquired a whole section's worth" of them :p
  • CH46ECH46E Posts: 2,341
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  • NotaSuvNotaSuv Posts: 2,892
    CH46E wrote: »
    Yesterday
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    I would guess y'all will be working Wed ;)
  • daddyjtdaddyjt Posts: 1,494
    edited May 22
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    ...2) I am trying to understand why any junkyard could have acquired a whole section's worth" of them...

    I agree - you’d think the junkyard could keep their “Smart” car inventory in a couple file cabinets...

    Seriously though, I would think that most wrecked Smart cars end up in the cemetery, as it is probably impossible to extract the driver from the wreckage. It DOES save money on a coffin though...
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