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@ David Collins « Wed 7:03:02 pm »
it's snowing in durand
@ David Collins « Wed 7:02:35 pm »
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@ David Collins « Wed 7:02:31 pm »
Chip wrote: I just had to put my cat to sleep. She was the first pet I ever had when I moved out on my own. She was never one for being social but always nice to have her around. Farewell Mia Kitty.
So sorry to hear
@ Chip « Wed 6:57:01 pm »
I just had to put my cat to sleep. She was the first pet I ever had when I moved out on my own. She was never one for being social but always nice to have her around. Farewell Mia Kitty.
@ ~Z~ « Wed 4:55:14 pm »
just got home... omg, my legs are soooo dead.
@ Chip « Wed 3:54:34 pm »
SD80MAC wrote: AC/DC are the masters of simplicity. Most of their rhythm lines are fairly easy
They’re the definition of the sum is greater than the parts. Take one member out and its not quite the same.
@ David Collins « Wed 1:55:17 pm »
today has been rough, I got the dreaded I found a better guy text from Luciana, the thing between her and I lasted only a month :cry:
@ David Collins « Wed 1:44:52 pm »
*other than this
@ David Collins « Wed 1:44:44 pm »
SD80MAC wrote:
David Collins wrote: uh, is it common to see GLC OSTN with an all LHF lashup?!
aren’t you supposed to know a thing or two about trains?
Other than website people trick me with information and I sometimes believe them I’m sorry I didn’t know
@ SD80MAC « Wed 1:30:12 pm »
But some of their guitar work can be pretty challenging
@ SD80MAC « Wed 1:29:55 pm »
AC/DC are the masters of simplicity. Most of their rhythm lines are fairly easy
@ Chip « Wed 11:29:30 am »
The technical prowess of AC/DC is highly underrated. It’s very easy to cover and AC/DC song. It’s another matter entirely to do it well, not everyone can do that.
@ AARR « Wed 10:17:53 am »
Although I don’t understand the technicl jargon I like reading what you guys post about the music :)
@ AARR « Wed 9:49:03 am »
Thunderstruck Rocks!
@ ~Z~ « Wed 9:04:44 am »
While I know most AC/DC songs have an easy beat for the drummer, i didn’t realize the bass line on Thunderstuck is a total of 5 different notes, with one note played throughout almost the entire song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNGpLFnX_Xc
@ SD80MAC « Wed 8:48:29 am »
David Collins wrote: uh, is it common to see GLC OSTN with an all LHF lashup?!
aren’t you supposed to know a thing or two about trains?
@ AARR « Wed 6:51:04 am »
#2 B II BCG&A
@ Jeff L « Wed 12:01:23 am »
#1 Alpha Male
@ Jetlink « Tue 9:47:14 pm »
The new drive train stuff on the bike worked out well. Was surprised I was able to do a 16 mile pace still after not riding much the last month
@ Jetlink « Tue 9:46:17 pm »
peach margaritas on the rocks with salt with my bride.
@ Jetlink « Tue 9:45:47 pm »
12.15 Distance(mi) 16.26 Avg Speed(mph) 44:50 Duration 617 Calories(kcal) 242.1 Elevation Gain(ft)
@ Jetlink « Tue 9:41:50 pm »
Bikey complete
@ ~Z~ « Tue 9:38:47 pm »
good amount of sidewalks it appears. should be a good day to be out.
@ ~Z~ « Tue 9:37:13 pm »
29 for a low tomorrow morning. think i’ll wait till 11amish tomorrow when the temp rises a bit and get riding then. Current plan is ride up through Kentwood, over to Ada, then up to Knapp/Grand River Ave, west to Plainfield, through downtown GR, out to grandville, and back south home. Approx 52 miles it thinks.
@ Jetlink « Tue 7:39:17 pm »
I’ve been riding the Z 4300 trek in its absence but havent really put too many miles on the last three weeks.
@ Jetlink « Tue 7:37:53 pm »
~Z~ wrote: which bike getting repaired?
Bianchi road/touring bike. It has been in for about 3 weeks. Got a whole new drive train, chain rings, bottom bracket bearings, rear casette, chain, and front deraileur becasue the old front deraileur wasn’t compatible with the new chain rings and crankset. Over 4000 miles last year and about 3000 this year plus I don’t even know how many miles carried in from the previous years. I think the crankset/bottom bracket was 5 years old. Front chain rings may have been original. Rear cassette was at least 5 years old. It was time.
@ David Collins « Tue 4:54:18 pm »
uh, is it common to see GLC OSTN with an all LHF lashup?!
@ David Collins « Tue 4:52:18 pm »
This is awesome, I’ve been chasing a NS train on railcams, I’ve seen it in Chesterton, Elkhart and now Berea, It’s just an Eastbound intermodal that has a leader sporting a Leslie RS5T horn
@ ~Z~ « Tue 4:43:50 pm »
it’s a learning process :)
@ David Collins « Tue 4:41:53 pm »
sorry
@ David Collins « Tue 4:41:47 pm »
~Z~ wrote: how about not including links with the photo? that’s a better solution
i didn’t know we could do that, I thought it had to have the links on it
@ ~Z~ « Tue 4:40:46 pm »
how about not including links with the photo? that’s a better solution
@ David Collins « Tue 4:40:09 pm »
no clicking on links to the photo
@ David Collins « Tue 4:39:56 pm »
can we make that a rule
@ David Collins « Tue 4:39:47 pm »
~Z~ wrote: that was a fail of a where is it dooooooooode.
bruh I didn’t know we were allowed to click links\
@ ~Z~ « Tue 4:34:02 pm »
that was a fail of a where is it dooooooooode.
@ David Collins « Tue 4:31:28 pm »
~Z~ wrote: david - now it’s your turn for the "where is it" thread.
sorry about that, I thought we wrapped that one up
@ David Collins « Tue 4:28:31 pm »
ok\
@ ~Z~ « Tue 4:27:10 pm »
david - now it’s your turn for the "where is it" thread.
@ David Collins « Tue 4:23:21 pm »
Jetlink wrote: OK. I looked. I’ll try to come up with something; but I’m not very good at that game in general which is why I don’t participate.
love it
@ ~Z~ « Tue 1:04:46 pm »
yes, wifey made a few too many. nuked them, butter and syrup, all was consumed.
@ DaveO « Tue 12:25:21 pm »
nuked leftover pancakes :?: nooooooooo
@ ~Z~ « Tue 12:05:21 pm »
which bike getting repaired?
@ ~Z~ « Tue 12:04:55 pm »
air frier burger patties... hmm...that sounds good. Just nuked some leftover spaghetti.. gonna nuke the leftover pancakes too.
@ Jetlink « Tue 11:54:57 am »
well. Time to go to Grand Ledge and pick up the dry cleaning and then Ionia to pick up the bike at the bike shop.
@ Jetlink « Tue 11:54:23 am »
I can’t think of much worse things than being on a ventilator.
@ Jetlink « Tue 11:53:26 am »
~Z~ wrote: my good friend’s uncle got put on a ventilator at a hospital yesterday, covid. didn’t get vaccinated of course; was crying a couple days ago saying he wished he had listened about vaccines. I feel for his family.
That sucks
@ Jetlink « Tue 11:52:48 am »
Turned out pretty decent actually
@ Jetlink « Tue 11:52:38 am »
I figured why not.
@ Jetlink « Tue 11:52:33 am »
In the airfryer.
@ Jetlink « Tue 11:52:29 am »
Made a couple of burger patties.
@ Jetlink « Tue 11:51:47 am »
Lunchy Lunchy
@ ~Z~ « Tue 11:14:43 am »
my good friend’s uncle got put on a ventilator at a hospital yesterday, covid. didn’t get vaccinated of course; was crying a couple days ago saying he wished he had listened about vaccines. I feel for his family.
@ Jetlink « Tue 10:48:59 am »
OK. I looked. I’ll try to come up with something; but I’m not very good at that game in general which is why I don’t participate.
@ Jetlink « Tue 10:45:25 am »
I will at least look at it.
@ Jetlink « Tue 10:45:16 am »
ok
@ David Collins « Tue 10:31:41 am »
hey jet I mentioned you in corrupt a wish i dare you to respond
@ David Collins « Tue 9:50:09 am »
Jetlink wrote: sleepy sleepy
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