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    This is old but I still get a kick out of it.
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    Went to the Mission drag races today. They did all the qualifying yesterday and today was the finals. They had everything from funny cars to alchol drag cars running 5.5 seconds at ~270 mph ;) .

    I was a little dissapointed I wasn't able to get a pass so that I could be one of the photographers allowed between the fence and the concrete wall, but maybe next time. Would have been a lot easier to get a nice shot if I could have gotten up against that wall. I quickly found out it was difficult to catch a five second car half way down the track while it's going so damn fast. All shots were done with a nikon d50 and I believe all these were done with a tamron 70-300 f4/5.6 lens. I had the kit 28-50 lens with me but didn't use it a whole lot because I couldn't get close enough. I ended up taking around 200 pics... the move to digital is a sweet one :D

    I think the bike shot is my favorite but still needs a little photoshop work.


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    Default That bike was

    sponsered by "Sibley's Car Company", huh ?

    Yes, I'd say that was a nice shot. :)


    That HemiCuda with the front end lift has a little bit of chassis torque going on there. Nice, too.
    The young kid behind the "Hiller's" sign doesn't seem too impressed, though. Seems like he's nodding off.
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    Make yourself necessary to someone. Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Overexposed pic....Photoshop'd for G rating.
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    Loyal fan.
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    Nature's mistake.
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    Oops, let's try again...
    If...
    Ron dislikes a film = go out and buy it.
    Ron loves a film = don't even rent.

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    yummy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-P
    yummy!
    Interesting choice of words Ron, anything else you want to tell us????

    (not that thiers anything wrong with that... :D )

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    Michael, you didn't look at the big picture...........look again.
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    Haha. I missed that, too.
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    Holy crap!! I didn't even notice that either. :)
    If you will it, dude, it is no dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettw22
    Michael, you didn't look at the big picture...........look again.
    Good catch - guess I fail at the whole big picture thing. Crap, does that mean my boss has been right all these years... :D

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    Crazy neighbor with his flying boy
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    New cd rack. Room's a mess but you get the idea...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoosier21
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    That's a cool pic, JR. is having a blast...

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    I'd put the cd's so the bindings are facing the ceiling, unless you typically search by squatting on the floor........just an idea.
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    They're not really angled down all that much so it's still fairly easy to read them. I've tried the other way but found that some got covered up and couldn't be read.

    I had to put some 1/4" mdf (possibly 1/8"?) on the bottoms of the shelves so that the cd's wouldn't fall through. Seems to work pretty well though :p

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    I'd always be hungry for a candy bar.

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    Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa some of you crack me up, thanks for the laugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HBombToo
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    What did Lee's Summit suddenly become popular and get water? ;) (Hey, they were #10 in KC area according to the Star's latest report, so I guess I can't rag on ya too much... :D)
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    you know, i was gonna post a pic of a nasty in-grown toenail off the net, but figured i'd offend too many polk folk, including myself. so instead....


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    That's pretty random. Must be pretty hard to draw with your feet... can't say I've ever tried though.

    Here's something to add to the randomness / post whoring

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