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  1. scallywag58

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    My other interests are.. Amateur Radio ( G0MLM : Black powder firearms : Guitar / Multi-track recording.
    And obviously pampering the wife !!!

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  2. unclearthur

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    Beautiful work Tommy!

    If at first you don't succeed you are running about average.
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    I do have to say that is some nice work there, Tommy.
    I too am a bit of an artist, but I mostly draw RFI details for erectability questions when conflicts arrise in blue prints. Not a hobbie more of a pain in the back side.
    I am a bass player (many types of music).I love tinkering on motorcycles (not cars). I enjoy practiceing survival skills, leather working, and studying human behavior.

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  4. collin

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    Wow,....I humbly appreciate all the comments guys,...I was only really looking for a place to post the photos for reference cause I didn't know how to put them in a PM.

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    That really is excellent work Tommy.
    With retirement looming, maybe we'll see more works from you ?

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    am a bass player (many types of music).I love tinkering on motorcycles (not cars). I enjoy practiceing survival skills, leather working, and studying human behavior.

    No pics of the bass or the motorcycles for us?

    Earth: The Insane Asylum of the Universe. Nowhere else could things be more messed up.

    Does a culture based on separation and competition, of scientific sophistication and mideval religion, offer happiness even as it ravishes the Earth that sustains it?
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    This is me and my Fender jammin at the Fitzgeralds in the Heights. You may know this place if your a Stevie Ray Vaughn fan.


    This is Matilda my Triumph America. The greatest bike I know of.

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    Wow the captions got revered some how?.

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    I enjoy action pistol(USPSA), running, kayaking and Bourbon!

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    Sex while Fishing
    Sex
    Cooking before and after sex
    Hunting
    Shooting
    Reloading (mostly .357, .32WSP, 30-06 and 30-30
    Beach
    Sex on the beach

    Mostly in that order... Sorry mods wouldn't allow most of the pics...hehehe
    (Big Grin)

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  11. collin

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    Well clutch, you have a lot to look forward to,....perhaps in a few years when you're not so....shall we say "enthusiastic".....you'll be able to truly enjoy what seems to be a nice list of interesting hobbies.

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    bump for the new members to respond

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    my main hobby is painting. here are a few pics, along with my proposal, which involved some painting:

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    fly fishing, coin collecting, and posting on forums i really dont consider pipe smoking a hobby for me it is my break free from cigs theropy i am down from 3 packs in march to one pack a day in may now i am down to one pack every 2-3 days

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    Wow, pipe guys have a lot of interests! Mine: my Triumph Spitfire and British cars in general and music. You can listen to my music (free) here...

    Peter Davison - music

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    Though i have dabbled in many things, due to my condition i caan no longer do most of them. I am in the process of selling a Tennor sax which i really enjoy the sound of but can't play any longer. I do like to listen to other instruments but the sax is the one that does it for me. I used to strip down lawn mower engines and amalgamate good parts from 2 broken engines to make a good engine. Woodworking i would enjoy that greatly but unfortunately i can't afford it plus i have no space for the tools ie a workshop. Walking the dog i shall enjoy that once i get my power wheelchair i have also got experience in dog training but no certificates. i used to play pool in the local league and darts too. Now i enjoy my pipes and being on here gaming ps3 and surfing the net. Sorry for the lack of pictures. Here is me with my sax and my dog

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    Martial Arts (used to be an instructor), Music, Decorative Arts, painting.
    Cooking is an art to me also.
    Philosophy,
    Anthropology,
    Inner peace,

    I also went to a Music college, (Berklee)...so art is a huge part of my life, in fact life to me is art.

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    Forgot to mention ....

    Tommy, I am awe struck at your talent, some of the best I've seen.

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    I also went to a Music college, (Berklee)...so art is a huge part of my life, in fact life to me is art.

    Which instrument do you play?

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    Though i have dabbled in many things, due to my condition i caan no longer do most of them. I am in the process of selling a Tennor sax

    What sax do you have?

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    A farm of about 50 Tarantulas, smoking cigars and taking care of my oldschool Audi

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    A farm of about 50 Tarantulas

    That has to rank up there in the top 5 of all unique hobbies...I'm afraid to ask for pictures of them, and BTW, welcome to the forum.

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    Error404, what kind of tarantulas you keep ?

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    I mostly keep brachypelma family (eg. Brachypelma emilia, try to google it guys) and ofc I'll post some pics on monday, when I'll get home from vacation.

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    i think the sax is the sexiest sound to ever bless my ears.
    for what i like and like to do most:
    fly fishing, pipe smoking, more fly fishing, more pipe smoking and ocassionaly drowning a shrimp or two.

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    Motorcycling (in between bikes right now, though)
    Hanging with the wife and kids
    Playing the guitar/piano/singing
    Fiddling with Linux

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    Fiddling with Linux

    Made me think of this.


    In a society that has destroyed all adventure, the only adventure left is to destroy that society.
    {o,o}
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    I enjoy woodworking, mostly turning. I make tampers, pens, kaleidoscopes, little things that I'll sell to stores for more supply money. I love to garden but am not very good at it for someone who was raised on a farm. I target shoot a fair bit, (long rifles and pistols). When I get bored with that, I'll break out the mountain dulcimer and guitar just to pick at. And I enjoy going out in public with no pants on.

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    Nice T's Error404. I used to keep a couple Aphonopelma from west Texas.
    I'd like to see a couple pics of the setups you keep them in

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    And I enjoy going out in public with no pants on.

    You might have fun in this thread.

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    Very Nice, I just posted to it.

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    My latest project. Refinishing a 42 inch round oak table.

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    It was motorcycles until I sold it last week, It was gardening until my sons pick the vegtables before they are ripe...Spending time with my family, reading, cooking...that's pretty much it...

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    lonestar, small guys live in plastic jars, while the bigger ones have their terrariums

    BTW, nice table arthur

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    Thanks. It is a birthday present to myself. I have been looking for one for years and picked this one up for 125 yesterday. Best price I have seen.

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    Amateur radio (w4mms), photography, railfanning & home brewing.

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    Seems like i haven no time for my hobbies these days but here they are;
    Hunting and fishing
    Wood working
    Wood Refinishing
    Reading
    Old Beer can Collecting

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    railfanning

    Never heard of that before?

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    Competitive and self defense shooting (Pistol, carbine and shotgun)
    History
    Camping
    Fishing
    Guitars

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    railfanning

    Never heard of that before?

    Railfanning is a hobby consisting of just about anything a railroad lover does.. Photographing trains, riding excursion train rides,collecting railroadiana (train/railroad memorabilia),etc.

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    Trail riding in the Jeep, pipe collecting, watching old movies, reading new books, and practicing the tin whistle.

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    Hobbies;
    Reading favorite authors H.G. Wells, JM Dillard, Conan Doyle, Jackie Collins, Sherrilyn Kenyon
    movies favorites Braveheart, Somewhere in Time, Rebel without a cause
    Baseball Chicago Cubs
    Football GreenBay Packers

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    Wargaming (in particular scifi)

    This one is a work in progress model from the Infinity range :-), not very good but fun to paint and lots of space to improve.

    Role-playing games, costume building, SCIENCE! (though that's more of a future job/education) and watching terrible movies :D.

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    bump for the newbies to respond

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    Reading
    Photography
    Writing
    Comic books and other nerdy endeavors
    Eating
    Hopefully soon I'm gonna try my hand at pipe making. Just gotta find the money for supplies and the courage to try.

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    I love to play online games most the time but have recently cut back on them.
    On FB; FrontierVille and Gourmet Ranch and a little bit of MafiaWars(though use to play CafeWorld, FarmVille, MyZoo)
    Others: Caesary on LeKool and .net sites, Crimson Moon, Torn City, and Tales of Pirates2 are the only ones I play now kinda sorta.

    I like to read sci-fi, murder mystery type books, but recently with my aging eyes, don't read as much lol

    I enjoy Japanese Horror movies, so much better than the American remakes.

    Oh and can't forget chatting and smoking on cam with friends lol

    But mostly just smoke my cigars and pipes as much as I can

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    Smoking and chatting on cam is a great way to meet new friends and share ideas, stories... anyone can hit me up at rickpal14 at yahoo dot com if interested...

    Hope to see ya!!!

    Proud Member of the BlackBlood Society...........
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    I just read back through this thread and I can't believe I missed this chance to brag about myself.

    Professionally, I'm a white hat hacker specializing in database reporting systems. Recreationally, I just freaking love the internet. I'm also a first degree black belt in Choi Kwang Do.

    I'm also:
    a published author and photographer
    an artist
    crochet
    love music
    collect and refinish antiques - mainly Iris & Herringbone depression glass

    Above all, though, I'm an avowed and unrepentant bibliophile. If I ran out of room in the house and had to get rid of either the kids or the books, I would have a damn hard time choosing. I normally read a novel (sometimes 2) a day. Every room in the house looks like this:

    Someone ever tries to kill you, you try to kill 'em right back! Wife or no, you are no one's property to be tossed aside. You got the right same as anyone to live and try to kill people.
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    great posts, that's why I started this thread.....keep em coming folks

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    Reading (mainly western philosophical works), writing, tattoo art, creating and solving complex math problems (logic and propositional calculus in particular), HI-FI audio, and technology in general.

    -Aaron
    "It's better to live one day as a lion than a thousand years as a lamb."
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    Also, staying active in my fraternity.

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    BOOKS GOOOOOOOOOOOODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Many books BETTER!!!

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    Thought I'd give posting a photo a try. This is my little Fiat X1/9 that I restored. I'm an engineer working in advanced products for the auto industry. I like to read and tinker with cars and lawn mowers and just about anything mechanical.

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    Nice ride!

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    Very nice car! You sound like a good person to know.

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    HI-FI audio,
    ooohhhhh, what kind of gear do you have?

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    I've been playing video games since I was seven, and I haven’t stopped. Maybe it's because I found comfort in them when the parents and sister were fighting. But either way, video games have devolved me into the fine fellow I am today.

    I played League in a game called Day of Defeat: Source. For those who are not familiar, league play means that each team has rosters and games that you have to be on to play. I spent many a late nights waiting for a European team to get up so that we can play.

    But recently, I've taken to playing a game called Hearts of Iron III. The game starts in the year 1936, and you can guide any nation at the time through World War II. That said, history tends to go off kilter and makes playing this game all the more enjoyable. I’ve had games where America invaded South America for supporting the Axis. I’ve had games where Japan supports the American War effort against the Soviet Union, and I’ve had games where Germany spends the whole time being extra friendly to everyone. The game makes you think, because you have to balance a focus on production, research, diplomacy, politics and espionage.

    Of course, my world isn't utterly focused on video games. I love reading. Maybe it's because I'm trying to catch up with everyone, due to the fact that I could not read till I was 8. I'll read most anything, though I'd rather read up on history, philosophy, military tactics, Russian fiction, and anything that catches my fancy. And yes, I did say Russian fiction. Leo Tolstoy, writer of 'War and Peace', is an all time favorite. That said, I prefer 'Воскресение' or 'Resurrection.'

    I also enjoy just being a nerd and messing with computers.

    Now, I've noticed a tendency for this forum to get rather silly.
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    peevee: a little Dallara for you



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    In my spare time whenever that is, I like to read, play darts, softball, golf and love watching baseball GO CUBS!!!!!
    oh yeah i love music too

    Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.
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    I'll jump in:

    I ride a Harley Street Glide
    Avid reader
    I've been trying to teach myself to play the guitar for, well, years
    I like to cook
    I'm REALLY thinking about trying my hand at making pipes!

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    hobie1dog, not too much gear yet, still a poor college undergrad lol. My dad has always been a real hi-fi audio guy and that gene finally kicked in last year when I got my H&K system

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    hobie1dog, not too much gear yet, still a poor college undergrad lol. My dad has always been a real hi-fi audio guy and that gene finally kicked in last year when I got my H&K system

    Well, let's see his stuff.

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    I'll post some pics in a few weeks when I'm home, but I know he has some really oldschool Bose 901's among other misc audio stuff lol

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    Bose 901's

    No Highs, No Lows, must be Bose?
    Better Off w/ Something Else?

    j/k

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    @hobie1dog The Dallaras were pretty cool. My buddy Brian built a replica that is a street/track car that he occasionally lets me wrench on (and less occasionally drive :?). There is an open track day this weekend at Waterford Hills that we might try and hit.

    @bambam I'm a baseball fan too. Tigers are doing their best at confounding their fans as to whether they are contenders or pretenders as usual. If we were in the NL central like your Cubs, I think we'd be nearer to the bottom than our lofty, AL Central first place perch.

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    Cooking ( it's why I am a chef)
    Miniature War gaming
    Painting Miniatures
    Reading ( Fantasy/Urban Fantasy/ Science fiction/ horror)
    Camping
    Medieval Combat Historical reenactment (not SCA or LARP)
    Drawing ( pencil/charcoal)
    RPG's (pen and paper)
    Pipe collecting.

    Charles D. Wilemon
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    I like to make pocket knives and love fly tying. I go camping and flyfishing whenever I can. I also like to cook, travel and flying. and last but not least...smoking a pipe!

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    I like to make pocket knives

    Pics please... My inner Boy Scout makes my ears perk up at the mention of 'pocket knife.'

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    bump for the new members to respond

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    reading theology, philosophy, history about Russia Russian fiction, martial arts (stick fighting, longbow archery, MMA, boxing, etc.), banjo and harmonica

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