Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Zombie Knitter, Aug 10, 2012.
Yep, unfortunately it is all just for show. And sadly it does only accept static JPGs. If it would play an animated GIF I would probably blow my free time on creating awesome new wallpapers. Oh and there *would* be an animated flux capacitor, you can bet on that.
This is my little boy, Aydin. He joined us a few hours before the Super Bowl last Sunday.
TrekBBS Babies: Cuteness galore.
Congratulations! He's very cute!
So, when our Generator was serviced earlier this past week, the technician asked if I was aware that a tree fell over and is in danger of crushing the generator. Of course I wasn't aware at all, but a few weeks earlier we did hear a strange noise and wasn't sure where it came from. Well today I became a real man, I used a chainsaw for the first time. I can report that I am safe and sound, didn't loose any extremities.
The fallen over tree
Where the might tree snapped
After the carnage, I will be taking my chainsaw Christmas tree hunting in the future.
^ Those generators are lifesavers.
A shot from Hell's Kitchen a couple of weeks ago:
You look ready to engage in a round of fisticuffs with John L. Sullivan
Awesome wallpaper Flux!
Great shots as usual Ancient Mariner. I really need to get out there more often.
Here's one of me and my daughter last month. Apparently I am her tiger who she likes to ride like a horse.
I think I'm going to have to investigate and see if I can do this with my Toyota's radio.
Ruaidhri, Aydin is beautiful. Congratulations!
Yes, yes they are. I would highly recommend getting one to anyone. We have lost power several times and to have the peace of mind that we are good, adds a lot of confidence. The last time we lost power was for over two hours. It was erie being the only house on the block with power. Everything in the neighborhood was pitch black except out house.
^Congrats, Ruaidhri! What a cutie-pie!
Our Cub Scout pack had their Pinewood Derby this past weekend. My oldest has long since moved on to Boy Scouts, but this was the first time for my youngest. My daughter also wanted to participate in the "Outlaw" division.
Here's his Y-Wing and her Disney Monorail:
Since he's only 6, I did all the cutting. But he's the one that came up with the design, and painted it himself (I helped with masking).
And he got first place in show for the entire pack!
I really like that Y-Wing car.
I started going through some stuff I took last summer while visiting my family back in Canada. Here are a few from the cottage that I kind of like.
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