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About eyerobic

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    Roadside Attractions, Photography, Woodworking, Landscaping, Architecture, Mac OS, Concert Stage Lighting, Internet Radio, Plans to Take Over the Known Universe!
  1. eyerobic

    A Little Shep' ... For The Road

    .. well that may or may not have worked. Try this
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    Alex Is Old Enough To Vote...and Them Some!

    All the best Alex! Hope it was a good one! ... Chris
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    Ultimate Automotive Motion Picture

    .. did we miss "My Mother The Car" or those that appeared on "The Munsters" or Beverly Hillbillies"?
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    Mostly Roadside Attractions
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    1919 Hudson in it\'s natural element!!.jpg

    A beautiful thing Alex! Wish I were there, ... Chris
  6. The 10 Most Collectible Photography Books of All Time Browse the list ... I think i can find room in my library for all of these. ... Chris
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    Kudos On New Forum Format

    That's real nice. Unfortunately in the Forum area, the AR Logo in the top banner gets covered up a bit by my member flag thingie. I'm running Firefox in Mac OS X.something. ... Chris
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    Donation Of Vintage Maps And Guides

    Dave, I think your aside is the most interesting part of this question. You want Anthropological study, rather than the aforementioned Engineering Department. I for one, enjoy the Library of Congress' collection of hand-drawn Panoramic maps. But that's me. I often Google the text ... "library.edu" ... then after a few days, I come up for air with a big grin on my face and a few extra creases in the old gray matter. Good times! ... Perhaps you want to try "maps library edu" and then contact your favorites from those results? "This might seem, to the uninitiated, a close approximation to work." ... Chris
  9. A Castle in Every Heart: The Arto Monaco Story PBS - 1 hr - Biography The life and work of Arto Monaco, the theme park pioneer and Adirondack legend behind the creation of Santa's Workshop and The Land of Make Believe. ______________________________________ I just saw the end of this program on PBS and will have to catch the repeat. There are a couple clips I found here ... ... Chris
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    Dirty Jobs

    Hi Dave, The marker lights should be CFL's or LED's these days. Not that giant fish-bowl! Mike used a big paint brush when he had to climb down through a series of man-holes to paint the inside and very bottom of one of the towers .... guess what color! Tough gig!
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    Dirty Jobs

    Dirty Jobs TDC-HD - Tue, 11/10, 7:00 PM 1 hr (check your local listings) "Bridge Painter"Repeat, 8/07/2007, Reality, Documentary Mike and the crew stop at the 5-mile-long Mackinac Bridge in Michigan to film the refurbishing project to prepare the bridge for its 50th birthday. The crew dons hard hats to paint the bridge's cables, which are more than 500 feet above the water. Anyone know "Stan the Man"? ... Chris
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    Great American Road Trip

    Thanks Alex, seems to be over on Hulu as well. http://www.hulu.com/great-american-road-trip It's inspiring to say the least! ... Chris
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    “the Food Of A Younger Land,”

    Indeed! I hope to dig into those lost WPA files for more. That stuff always piques my interest. http://memory.loc.gov/wpaintro/wpahome.html ... Chris
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    “the Food Of A Younger Land,”

    Here's a story from the lost WPA files, that mixes two of my favorite things – Anthropology and food, … another choice interview by WHYY's Radio Times' Marty Moss-Coane. Thursday 5/14/2009 – Hour Two Author MARK KURLANSKY takes us back to the days before we relied on a highway system, chain restaurants and refrigeration to get and prepare our food. His new book "The Food of a Younger Land," relies on writings from the Federal Writer's Project of the 1930's to describe the nation's food when it was seasonal, regional and traditional. Listen to the mp3 www.bn.com
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