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    That sticker looks mighty familiar!

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    Cool

    That sticker looks mighty familiar!
    Yeah... Too bad folks don't heed its message, eh Bob?
    "Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."

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    Also watch for iMakeup.

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    Reflections of Rambling Pig III or '09. Taken during the event with Chromeheads. this past season- where will the next RP be? not quite sure. Hints are out for the Borch belt
    in the Catskills!

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    Post #3791. A face only a human can love. Nice pic, grafikfeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by womanridge View Post
    Post #3791. A face only a human can love. Nice pic, grafikfeat.
    That's Emmie... My Sister's pup... Great dog... Great personality!
    I'd have a dog but I'm never home... Wouldn't be fair... To either of us...

    Maybe later on in my 'career'.

    Although as they say: "The later you are, the happier a dog is to see you."

    Thanks for the compliment...
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    3832 says it all. You can tell it is a BMW forum as the rider was too cheap, errr frugal, to put another nickel in the meter, or out and out was just too cheap to put $$ in in the first place

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    Quote Originally Posted by pffog View Post
    3832 says it all. You can tell it is a BMW forum as the rider was too cheap, errr frugal, to put another nickel in the meter, or out and out was just too cheap to put $$ in in the first place
    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DashRiprock View Post
    Pittsburgh Parking Meter. Where a quarter gets you 7.5 minutes downtown. I can't wait to get out of here today. h

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    #3852 - that's a quince tree, isn't it?

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    Around here, I figured that it's a crabapple tree. Never heard of quince in this area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SheRidesABeemer View Post
    Around here, I figured that it's a crabapple tree. Never heard of quince in this area.
    Quince in New England is common and usually in a bush form, thorny and unfriendly.
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    We had a few quince trees where I grew up (a bit south of you, in CT), but the fruit never amounted to much--little rock-hard things my brother and I used to wing at each other. The tree we've got now bears pretty well. The fruit can get big and lumpy like that, but looking again at the wood and leaves, I see they're pretty different.

    On the other hand, there's so much variety to these things. The crabapple tree we've got produces little red fruit, about 3/4 inch across and with a flavor like cough syrup. Never could figure out what to do with it.

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    Tom, that new camera of yours is paying off in spades! Beautiful shot on the dirt road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SheRidesABeemer View Post
    Tom, that new camera of yours is paying off in spades! Beautiful shot on the dirt road.
    Thanks, but I haven't been using the DLSR. I'm mostly using my Sony DSC-H50 or Canon G10. I'm also extremely impressed with the Casio FC-1000, which I forgot to bring to Canada last week.

    I like the XSi well enough, but it's too big and klunkie for the bike on an extended trip.
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