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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Tyson Rayles, Jan 12, 2005.
So much for version 2.0, will there be a 3.0?
Hmm, that vacuum cleaner looks kinda guilty. I'm wondering if it was responsible for its demise and it now has remorse. It's sitting there kinda looking like when you hear a big crash and the only thing in that room is the pet cat and an empty goldfish bowl....
Now that's just sad!
What's behind curtain number 1 Mike?
"What's behind curtain number 1 Mike?"
A window Fred!
Don at least the vacumn cleaner cleaned up the mess!
Ralph what can I say?
Sorry the Tsunami got your railroad, Mike...... but I have a feeling it'll be back "better than ever", in no time at all !
That's a great sight!! Starting over is refreshing and liberating. Your next attempt will always be better. That vaccume cleaner does have a guilty face though.
What did the Vacuum know and when did it know it?
I don't know. But, do you think it not only ate the NMRR, but did away with the cat and the goldfish too? All sorts of interesting possiblities here. I know the vacuum is guilty of something, it has that sneaky look.
OH MY GOSH!!!
Welll... You did say you were gonna' do it.
I know the next one, or project will be TOTALLY AWESOME!!!
Good Health Dude!
Hi Ken, good to see you are alive and well!
I think Ty's gonna build a layout 1 sqare foot at a time. Maybe two. Fred
Oh no not you too Tyson!!!!!. Join the club. One of the great things about this hobby is if it doesn't look or work the way you want it or if you are bored with it or if the most important thing in this hobby is building a layout you are right on track.
The Picture Tyson DIDN'T Run...
Also has that well-fed look.
Ya, I expect a 1 X 2, then a 1/2 by 1, then a 1/4 by 1/2, then a 1/8 by 1/4, then a 1/16 by 1/8, then a 1/32 by 1/16, then a 1/64 by 1/32, then a 1/128 by 1/64, then a 1/256 by 1/128, then a 1/512 by 1/256, then a 1/1024 by 1/512, then a 1/2056 by 1/1024...
(all dimensions in feat)
Ahh Jon you crack me up LOL How do you think of this stuff?
For the record the vacuumn cleaner is still claiming it's innocent! I have been doing research into lap quilting and bead stringing, but it appears they may be more difficult for me the MRRing.
Errol turned me on to bead stringing and I agree it's too hard. Fred
It's the chemicals I was exposed to in the 70's, doing, ummm, body work
Jon, if that's your story, I'd stick to it!