That is dooooope.
Ah good for you! I used to wonder at the packs of (mostly) friendly dogs roaming around Monastiraki.
Awesome Doggo - congrats! Looks a bit German Shepherd to me.
That's super nice! I've never played a princeton reverb - love the sound though.
This is juicier than than a jackknife on the pork chop express. Put some sizzle on it indeedy. (uncle larry)
Haha - nice one! As completely counter-intuitive as it is on the road; if in doubt, gas it out has (nearly) always worked for me in the dirt.
Clay is awful. There’s a riding area that I go that has some red clay and it’s a skating rink with any moisture. As close to black ice as it gets.
I’m still in the same boat. Absolutely unable to decide what amp I want. I play the Tele unplugged when I’m working stuff out and don’t want to annoy the Mrs, and the Eastman when I want a bit more volume. Not unhappy with either...
How about a Suhr Classic S or Modern S? All manner of good by most accounts.
I may have acquired a 76/77 Suzuki RM250 in boxes. Perhaps a little vintage MX action if it’s not too far gone...
Racing has changed. I recall seeing people sprawled all over the paddock at Brands back in the day. Often in various states of disrepair after sessions at the Kentagon on Saturday night. (Club Racing, natch.)
Works OK for my chum, running full size lathe and a Bridgeport mill. (Admittedly not at the same time.)
Should be fine with the right specs, they don’t run all the time, just when the machines are running.
Could still get a rotary phase converter. My mate’s shop has one. Noisy but works fine.
Top garaging BRM. Have you got 3 phase?
Big street party happening in my neighborhood.
Useful chap to follow for PA, GA, AZ updates.
That looks Killer!
Absolute top banana. How's it sound?
Speaking of guarding...this was at the park the other day. He sat himself at the table and didn’t take his eyes off the wean. As it was getting dark he sprinted off to chase a couple of coyotes that came sniffing around. As much as he doesn’t like the nipper to make a fuss of him, he does keep a good lookout!
Yeah I'd second that. My aunt had working JRTs and they were great but feisty, one of them was decidedly nippy with strangers. They can be a lot of dog in a small package. Boston terriers are incredibly trendy / popular where we are - poor little buggers. I'd avoid all brachycephalic breeds.
Staffy or whippet!
Good thinking Batman. P90s mmmm
I've an RC-3 that I've barely used. The annoying thing about it is the double tap to stop recording.
I've also not figured out how to adjust the various track levels. Likely my failing rather than the device....It does pack a lot in a small box.
Nicely comped. I'm sure I've said it before but top fireplace too.
I fucking hate motorways, though admit to deriving some pleasure over the years traveling at warp factor 9 on the Peage across France.
Dude - that is clean!! Those heater wires are tight.
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