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Feel a little foolish writing in as this seems to be mainly a man's forum, but that's cool as I enjoy reading. This is the best place to learn about the BGE/grillin on it and I've got a passion for it, love to grill 5-6 times a week! Interested in handguns, revolvers S & W, take classes and most important to me is gun safety, and the right to conceal carry, doing that class July to obtain my CCW license. Passionate about family, collecting Polish unikat pottery for about 12+ years, have been a Peanut Pals club member for 31 years, hosted/co-hosted 2 annual conventions. Oh, did I mention I'm passionate about grillin! :-)
Johnson, Navin R... Sounds like a typical bastard.
Photography (Nikon D300, D200, P510)
Travel (foreign and National Parks)
Sous Vide (new hobby)
Lawn care and landscaping
Vegetable and herb gardening
Large scale poultry rancher
Self Appointed Community Protector (CHL)
Feral cat relocator
Nice setup Botch.Sigma 10mm-20mmSigma 18mm - 50mmNikkor 60mm MacroNikkor 70mm-200mmNikkor 35mm - 105mmSigma 500mmI recently got the Nikon P510 because I'm going to Italy and don't want to lug around several lenses and bodies. The zoom is incredible on it (optical 24mm-1000mm, VR) and it's 16.1 mp. The downside is: No external flash (but I made a slave out of my SB800), no RAW shooting, and no filters (polarizing). I'm not into movies, but it also shoots movies. I guess it's a quasi-point and shoot, but there isn't any noticeable shutter lag.
Here are my current obsessions: Cooking, Photography (canon), my 125 gallon Hi-tech planted freshwater aquariums,
VI, this gentleman (who I knew as the Yearbook photog in HS) has recently joined the clan of BGE owners. I have not yet ID a post by him.http://suvinophotography.net/
VI, this gentleman (who I knew as the Yearbook photog in HS) has recently joined the clan of BGE owners. I have not yet ID a post by him.
Darn it, I don't have a single pic of my daughter's aquarium when fully set up. This is just coming back to speed after her recent move. It was a pain to carry up and down stairs into her apartment. She is into uber expensive goldfish.
I'm sure she'll have it back up and running to it's former glory.
Oh yeah. I forgot wine making.L to R: Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir
Feral cat relocator
I built the cabinet. The structural part is very jointed interlocking 4x4 ceder. I think we estimated the set up weight at about a ton.
oh and doc: i think it is cool your collection can be played. amazes me that violins for example are not only still played, but that they don't suffer from it.about the worst things you can do to a book, in ascending order of horror, are: put it on a shelf, take it OFF the shelf, and (worst) actually open it and read it
Best things I've ever made. @smak woodworking is such a fun hobby. It is very addicting. I wish I had more time for it.
Well Kos is no longer at AKA ha. He left before this past fight. I did Shuri-Te Ju-Jutsu for about 6 months. More traditional and a lot of small joint. I learned 36 variants of the wrist lock alone, tho I remember about 6 ha. I find krav very interesting. But nothing I'd be willing to train. Beyond wrestling for 15 years or so one reason I like grappling is ability to go 100% without anyone, especially me, getting hurt ha. You mentioned TKD. This is my fav quote and it's from the great BasBas Rutten: He has a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.Stephen Quadros: Yes, well many of the fighters have a black belt.Bas Rutten: Yes, but in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu you cant buy your belt like in say, Tae Kwon Do.Stephen Quadros: Do you have any belts?Bas Rutten: I have a brown belt in Tae Kwon Do.