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Old Yesterday, 11:35 PM   #876
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You look pretty dang good for a guy they just beat up on , get well soon my friend .
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Old Today, 09:16 AM   #877
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Re: My Facetruck thread.

Dale ,,Sure hope you get to feeling better sooner than later,,them ol Hospitals are sure a boring place to be when you want to be home doing what you want to do ,,and in there you can think of a lot of things if you were only home... is it getting closer to Chickens for you rather thant Feathers my friend ?
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Old Today, 09:18 AM   #878
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Dang brutha. I think you should try aiming with one eye closed.
I can't see out of one eye and I'm blind in the other. This picture is when I came to realize the camera is not a double reflex lens type. It actually takes a picture from "near" the viewer, so not from the exact same point. What I should have done was walked over for a picture while we were getting the VIP back lot tour. It was perfect, the day after a holiday when they were crowded. We had the curator/guide to ourselves all afternoon. I left very well informed. This feller worked for Kenworth all his life in sales. So he knew all about truck building and all the exceptional differences that can be found. That pictures was a "could you pull back there so I can grab a shot of that carrier?" on our way out type of thing. I recognized it from a prior thread and knew somelarry or other would recognize it.
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