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Lets get to know each other better. Here's a forum to post images and short autobiographies of ourselves as well as any other info you would like to post about yourself.

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Danny
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Post by Danny »

Now let me see.....ahh yes, here it is http://www.juergenspecht.com/truestories/1/2/

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Ha, neat idea but not in a million years mate. :lol:

Love the idea, its darn good Carl, what would my wife say. Mad enough with my helmet.

Danny.
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beetleman
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Post by beetleman »

It sure takes a while to find a good one of me. This is me taken By Me. Hello to everyone. It is nice to put a face to a name. I am Italian and I grew up on Long island, New York with saltwater in my veins (along with pasta).

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Ken Ramos
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Okay, my turn...

Post by Ken Ramos »

Here we are, this is me out beside da' car... :D

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Post by rjlittlefield »

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OK, you asked, you got.

This is me, officiating at a Destination Imagination tournament today.

I will not attempt to explain further, except to say that
1) I was working the problem named SWITCH!,
2) the hats were made by somebody else, and
3) my first thought was to grab the hat titled "DIP SWITCH", but then I thought, why invite abuse? 8) :lol:

--Rik

gpmatthews
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Post by gpmatthews »

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Me, taken by my daughter last year.
Graham

Though we lean upon the same balustrade, the colours of the mountain are different.

Danny
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Post by Danny »

LOL Rik, what have we gotten ourselves into :lol: :wink:

Well a real pleasure to meet you all and nice to put faces to names. Heck I might have to post a serious one..............I must have one............I must.......nope !!! :D

Danny.
Worry about the image that comes out of the box, rather than the box itself.

Hairyduck
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Post by Hairyduck »

well I managed to find a grand total of one photo with me in it so here goes...

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Erland R.N.
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Post by Erland R.N. »

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Photo by Thomas Hornum.

This may be a bit too close for comfort, but you can probably see that I got dragonflies on my brain. :D
Taken last June in Sweden.

Particle_Man
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Post by Particle_Man »

This is all that managed to get stuck on camera.


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Danny
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Post by Danny »

Isn't it great to put faces to names. A pleasure folks and brings a smile to see you all. :lol:

Danny.
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Cyclops
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Re: Okay, my turn...

Post by Cyclops »

Ken Ramos wrote:Here we are, this is me out beside da' car... :D

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Good to see you all! Now Ken,is that a Dodge Caliber? Started seeing them over here now.
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Ken Ramos
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Sure is, this is the R/T fully loaded. Boston Acoustic Stereo 10 speaker surround sound with 6 changer CD/Sirus Satellite radio, plus FM/AM. On dash engine diagonistic readouts tells you everything about what is going on while the car is in operation, automatic C/V (continuous velocity) trans. means seamless automatic shifting, therefore no loss in torque or power during shifting, sun roof, leather interior, seat warmers, and much more. Gets anywhere from 24 to 33.3 mpg depending on how you drive. If I keep my foot out of it :roll: , I get around 29 to 33 mpg depending on terrain (too many mountains around here :lol: ).

Cyclops
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Post by Cyclops »

Sounds good. Shame they're so pig ugly ;)
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Ken Ramos
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Post by Ken Ramos »

HEY!

:smt043 :lol:

I happen to like and enjoy it, thank you! :lol:

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Post by Cyclops »

Sorry Ken,didn't mean to offend,just kidding,hence the ;)
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