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post #5911 of 8099 Old 12-31-2013, 09:43 AM
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Also, if anyone has any brilliant notions/suggestions for me, feel free to send me a PM.
No need for a pm , you may want to post the girly things kit before theres a revolt .


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Sorry if this is a stupid suggestion but why not just get a higher quality scanner to scan the images. Sure it wouldn't show a frame or anything but if you were to have multiple images of a photo, one scanned and then one with the frame or matting then that should suffice

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No need for a pm , you may want to post the girly things kit before theres a revolt .
Damn it, Beasley, that is NOT what I meant and you know it! It does give me an idea, though...

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Sorry if this is a stupid suggestion but why not just get a higher quality scanner to scan the images. Sure it wouldn't show a frame or anything but if you were to have multiple images of a photo, one scanned and then one with the frame or matting then that should suffice
It's not a stupid suggestion in any way. I don't have a scanner at all, so procuring one of decent quality would be the first step in digitizing images. Even the best scanners out there can't do much with a silver-gelatin image, though; so much of the "feel" is lost in the transfer that I've heretofore not felt the effort and expense to be worth it. On the other side of that coin, though, is the fact that the silver images are far better in person than anyone will expect them to be, should they base their expectations on what they can see online...so it's likely that people will not be disappointed in what they get, if anyone gets anything.

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I'm going to physically attempt to mail the prized windshield banner I've threatened to send you for so long. Attempt.
I think you've caught whatever malaise it is that keeps me from getting things done.

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Good to hear you are still alive and kicking! Thought maybe you had run into more trouble out in the wasteland than even you could handle and we were going to have to rescue you! Not that we mind rescuing people it's just we like to know how much firepower to bring!

Stay safe tonight b/c the probabliity of chemically altered drivers is really increased. And have a happy new year!

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Good to hear you are still alive and kicking! Thought maybe you had run into more trouble out in the wasteland than even you could handle and we were going to have to rescue you! Not that we mind rescuing people it's just we like to know how much firepower to bring!
How much firepower to bring? All of it, my friend...bring f****** all of it.

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Stay safe tonight b/c the probabliity of chemically altered drivers is really increased. And have a happy new year!
Believe it or not, I actually ventured forth from Muppet Labs and partook of some well-mannered frivolity. I also disappeared right about the time that it was getting...interesting...but that's of no real consequence. Happy New Year to you, as well...and also to everyone else out there in TV-Land.

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Old people watching TV here too ...

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Old people watching TV here too ...
I never said that's what was going on here...I just said that I left the get-together before it got interesting. You know I have a half-life when it comes to playing with the humans. You also know that I don't watch TV. Anyway...Happy 2014; This Year's Jeeping Resolution is to wheel more often and not worry so much about breaking stuff, and to get Annabelle's rig out on the trails from time to time as well. That should be fun for everyone.

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Your New Years resolution should be to get some pictures back in this thread, just pickin with you happy new year.
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Happy New Years to all!!!!

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Your New Years resolution should be to get some pictures back in this thread, just pickin with you happy new year.
I'm hoping to do exactly that once I get gauge in-hand this weekend. I mean, I already did post pictures, but they don't count because 1) there were no Jeep parts and/or 2) boobs in them.

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Happy New Years to all!!!!
And the same to you. It's been nothing but rain, so far, but I have hopes that the weather will improve at some point this year.

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I'm hoping to do exactly that once I get gauge in-hand this weekend. I mean, I already did post pictures, but they don't count because 1) there were no Jeep parts and/or 2) boobs in them. .
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Supposed to be nice Saturday. Heading to Chicahomany WMA to take my buddies kid to play with the blasters a bit on thier range, and maybe shoot some small furry creatures that happen to cook up well. At least one day this weekend looks like it will be a winner.

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