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  1. #5551
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    No post dated, out of state checks.
    Please contact Peter directly for payments toward my house purchase. Funds will be available to your use after title is signed to my estate.
    He is handling my accounts after the first persons involved spent too much time and money for nothing.

    Peter Simons llc <*@tu-darmstadt.de>
    Mon 6/17/2019 6:04 PM
    I hope that this correspondence is received with the urgency and expediency.

    It has come to the notice of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Reserve Bank that your present inheritance/lottery/contract claims application being handled by the Remitting Bank is experiencing some man made irregularities. To this effect, it has become necessary for the Board of Trustees to assign trained Fund Transfer Specialists from the United States to resolve and regularize your fund release with immediate effect.

    We at Peter Simon & Consults have been duly consulted by the FRB Board of Trustees. We have been fully informed about how the staffs of the remitting bank has been taking advantage of you by telling you to pay unnecessarily exorbitant charges which will only make your fund payment a long drawn out process. Due to this development, we have been assigned to step into the immediate processing of your fund transfer to enable your funds to be transferred to you within the shortest possible time; To implement this, you are to get back to us immediately stating your readiness to have your long awaited fund released to without needing go through all the rigorous processes that were being demanded from you by the previous handlers at the remitting bank. All processes to have your funds paid to you immediately through the Liaison Remittance Office in Dallas, Texas have been initiated to cut out unnecessary costs.

    You are advised to treat this communication with the urgency and seriousness required as the Board of Trustees of the Federal Reserve Bank has mandated us to resolve this fund payment within the next three working days independent of the office of the Remitting Bank in Africa. Furthermore,you are hereby advised to pay no further fees or charges to the Remitting Bank as they shall no longer be handling your payment process.

    We shall await your immediate correspondence with your direct telephone numbers to my private email address (drpetersimons@consultant.com) for re-confirmation so that we may conclude your payment immediately.



    Yours Sincerely,
    Dr. Peter Simon.
    Peter Simons & Consults
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  2. #5552
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    "man made irregularities."
    That's sexist man
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  3. #5553
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    Updated pic of the 20 acre Cotton Brook slide. I wouldn't be surprised to see some more in the east due to saturation this year.

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    www.apriliaforum.com

    "If the road You followed brought you to this,of what use was the road"?

    "I have no idea what I am talking about but would be happy to share my biased opinions as fact on the matter. "
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  4. #5554
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    Updated pic of the 20 acre Cotton Brook slide. I wouldn't be surprised to see some more in the east due to saturation this year.

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    fresh slides in the pemi wilderness this year. But they look too steep to hold snow. Photo taken Monday.

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  5. #5555
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    ^ hawt
    go Go GO!

    18-19: 86! 17-18: 80. 16-17: 56. 15-16: 40. 14-15: 33. 13-14: 56ish. 12-13: 51. 11-12: 65. 10-11: 69. 09-10: 65.

  6. #5556
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    Damn rain clouds are good for something! Happy summer.

  7. #5557
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    ^^^sick.

  8. #5558
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goniff View Post
    Damn rain clouds are good for something! Happy summer.
    ^^Beauty


    Little rant from last week to start the day:
    I took this photo last Thursday afternoon in the middle of a heavy rainstorm:
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    Since I don't go trampling around in farmers' field before they are hayed, I had taken this shot at the bottom of the short roadside bank without walking out into the field. However, I could see where others had walked out in the field (not really cool but not the worst thing in the world).

    I went back to this spot Friday afternoon to get the shot with a little bit of blue sky and puffy clouds.
    At the bottom of the bank and in front of me I could see where (in the last 24 hours) someone had come in a dug up a bunch of the lupine leaving pretty deep holes all over the place!

    As I'm standing there stunned at the carnage (for less than a minute), a guy in a pickup drives up to the nearby intersection gets out and yells at me to get out of here. Which I quickly obliged. The man did NOT want to talk any further. He immediately got back in his truck and waited just down the road until I had completely driven away. I don't blame the guy for being royal mad.

    Unfortunately, this location is likely spoiled for anyone who wants to take photos unless you do it from on the immediate edge of the road.
    Aim for the chopping block. If you aim for the wood, you will have nothing. Aim past the wood, aim through the wood.
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  9. #5559
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    ugh. people SUCK
    go Go GO!

    18-19: 86! 17-18: 80. 16-17: 56. 15-16: 40. 14-15: 33. 13-14: 56ish. 12-13: 51. 11-12: 65. 10-11: 69. 09-10: 65.

  10. #5560
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    That is a cool shot, Tim.
    Uno mas

  11. #5561
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    the bugs have to die down soon right?
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

    http://procatinator.com/?cat=80

  12. #5562
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    As wet as it is the mosquitoes are having a field day. Actually have them around the house, which is unusual.
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    "If the road You followed brought you to this,of what use was the road"?

    "I have no idea what I am talking about but would be happy to share my biased opinions as fact on the matter. "
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  13. #5563
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    the bugs have to die down soon right?
    Black flies are quickly being replaced by deer flies.
    No-see-ums seem to be coming out in force as well.
    And as VTF said... mosquitoes are EVERYWHERE this year due to the standing water that never gets a chance to dry up before it rains again.
    At least the ticks seem to be going on their summer break.

    Amazing how many blood suckers there are out there.
    Aim for the chopping block. If you aim for the wood, you will have nothing. Aim past the wood, aim through the wood.
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  14. #5564
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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    the bugs have to die down soon right?
    Not sure what happened to my original post but let's try again...must be the Canadian wifi !

    We are up north of you for the week on vaca and the mosquitos and no-see-ums are downright vicious!

    We did enjoy your Fete Nationale day which we had no idea about until a waitress mentioned it earlier in the day. A couple of great local French bands and a kick ass fireworks show made for a festive evening. Sorry you guys lost in the World Cup, was fun watching with the locals at a nearby bar.

  15. #5565
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    NE Roll Call 18/19

    sweet fireworks, where are you at?
    .....I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record

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  16. #5566
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    Summer storms are cool...

    I've never seen the back lighting on a thunderstorm this intense. Unfortunately, I missed capturing lighting in the rainbow. I think I took 200 photos trying to get it.

    [IMG]After The Storm-3958 by Tim_NEK, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Burke-Rainbow-3934 by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
    Aim for the chopping block. If you aim for the wood, you will have nothing. Aim past the wood, aim through the wood.
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  17. #5567
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    Quote Originally Posted by From_the_NEK View Post
    Summer storms are cool...

    I've never seen the back lighting on a thunderstorm this intense. Unfortunately, I missed capturing lighting in the rainbow. I think I took 200 photos trying to get it.

    [IMG]After The Storm-3958 by Tim_NEK, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Burke-Rainbow-3934 by Tim_NEK, on Flickr
    Wow, fantastic photos!

  18. #5568
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    Nice NEK!

  19. #5569
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    Crazy how orange/pink it was up there. Down here there was this strange greenish hue to the sky after the front moved through.

  20. #5570
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    Thanks everyone.
    x-post from the photography sub-forum:


    The light last night was incredible. Everything lined up just right to make the air itself look like it was on fire. Everything took on an orange glow. It was very surreal.
    Here are a few more...

    Storm rolling in with lots of lightning:
    Attachment 286926

    Looking west toward the sunset:
    Attachment 286927

    If anyone is thinking I got carried away with the saturation slider, here is a shot that I didn't touch at all in post processing (no contrast adjustment, shadow lightening, etc). Just a straight export of the RAW to JPEG out of Lightroom. Note that doing this leaves the image a bit flat due to the nature of a RAW file. :
    Attachment 286928
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  21. #5571
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    Quote Originally Posted by From_the_NEK View Post
    Thanks everyone.
    x-post from the photography sub-forum:


    The light last night was incredible. Everything lined up just right to make the air itself look like it was on fire. Everything took on an orange glow. It was very surreal.
    Here are a few more...

    Storm rolling in with lots of lightning:
    Attachment 286926

    Looking west toward the sunset:
    Attachment 286927

    If anyone is thinking I got carried away with the saturation slider, here is a shot that I didn't touch at all in post processing (no contrast adjustment, shadow lightening, etc). Just a straight export of the RAW to JPEG out of Lightroom. Note that doing this leaves the image a bit flat due to the nature of a RAW file. :
    Attachment 286928
    Awesome stuff, thank you for sharing.

  22. #5572
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    Moving sux. Had to delay the move this week until month's end, a few things cropped up and I have to pay a whole month for the POD, so we took some of the pressure and stress off us with the additional time. Still trying to unload some furniture. Finishing up the second floor painting, starting on the 1st floor this week. Been in this house since 1992 and the soil line in basement decided to develop a hairline crack. FML.
    Silent....but shredly.

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    Fun ride at Carse Hills last night once the rain deluge gave up. Found a pod of younger UVM bros waiting out the storm in the lot to sneak a ride in before sunset; thanks for the tour! Preacher was super fun, wish that trail went on for miles. The rock stuff and rocks were entertaining as hell in the wet... stay off those brakes! Gorgeous sunset on the return journey home. Looking forward to checking out Saxon Hill later this week.
    "We're in the eye of a shiticane here Julian, and Ricky's a low shit system!" - Jim Lahey, RIP

    Former Managing Editor @ TGR, forever mag.

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    Little late but from Saturday night at Tree House! First time I got to really hang out and enjoy their surrounding. Click image for larger version. 

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    Why don't you go practice fallin' down? I'll be there in a minute.

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    Since it looks like we’re turning this into a summer activities thread , mtl’s newest skate parc is way sick:

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    Although I hear they’re about to fence it off for a summers worth of bridge maintenance. Keep up that excellent planning Ville de Montreal

    I guess it will be back to old faithful jarry beach in the meantime

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