michalm21

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    135
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    Katana 135, BJ 260
  • Reserve Canopy Size
    143
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    Cypres 2

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    DeLand/Crosskeys
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    21
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    USPA
  • Number of Jumps
    1200
  • Years in Sport
    10
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    Wing Suit Flying
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    BASE Jumping

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  1. Another trump lie?? Noooo. Cannot be....
  2. Quite frankly, personally, I wouldn't piss on you if you were on fire. +1
  3. It truly is a waste of time trying to speak to 'that base'. Sadly, no amount of information and arguments can sway the closed off, judgmental minds. The things that are said about HRC apply to DJT on an even greater scale, but that gets 'unnoticed' by them. Hypocrisy is overabundant and hatred is spread like a disease. It is simply best to ignore and move on and hope that their offsprings get higher education that will instill some logical thinking patterns that, in turn, can apply to their (and society's) greater good.
  4. Very interesting and a perfect fit for this thread. http://www.radiolab.org/story/rhino-hunter/
  5. I have tens, if not 100+ videos from the old site. Once I go through them I can upload too
  6. Thanks Phillbo! She's a happy cat so far. I'll be keeping an eye on her.
  7. Thanks for your post. I've wondered how digestible that thread was, it's possible it was already partially digested too! I'll call the vet tomorrow and ask if he would recommend any preventative screening. Luckily all signs point to my cat being ok.
  8. Before I call my vet again, I figured I'd try to get some suggestions here. 6 days ago my silly big fat cat (15lbs) ate a piece of butcher's string that was wrapped around my beef... It was maybe 4 inches long and she swallowed it in no time! So we called the vet immediately, and they said to monitor the cat for any vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy and look through the litter box. Well, it's now been 6 days, cat is normal, eats plenty, acts fine, no vomiting, no signs of discomfort or distress... but also no string in the litter box either. So, before we panic, what should I ask the vet about then I call later tonight or tomorrow after it's been a week? It's possible that the sting bunched up in a ball and already was excreted - I could have missed it, but I doubt it. May still be in the stomach, may be in the intestine so I'm worrying it can cause some gradual intestinal issues. Any ideas what I should insist on doing next? Vet will likely say to monitor, because they're not the 'we will do every test possible' type of vets, which can be good, but also could be a bit annoying. Is 4" not long enough to worry about? I'm also looking into giving her some hairball paw gel for some extra lubrication... Other suggestions?
  9. Thanks guys, I need 6 more (ideally female) to satisfy my own goal of responses. But regardless of what happens I need to close the survey tonight and start doing analysis. Thanks everyone!
  10. that's fine :) I won't even know your answers, all I need is more data points so thank you doing it. // I also understand it's not a great survey, but it will get the job done.
  11. My semester is about to end and I need a few more responses on my electric car survey so I can complete a class project... I really hate posting, but would anyone mind filling it out? It is estimated that it will take less than 4 minutes of your time. Thank you. http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2477028/Electric-Car-Readiness-Survey
  12. Not to bash your post, but it's like asking what car is the best... It all depends on what you work with, what video formats, what software. I'm sure some more knowledgable people will give you suggestions, but it'd be great if you posted more details about the footage you plan working with and what you're transcoding to (and from). I've worked on both OS X and Win. For my non commercial purposes (read home video on a big screen) it's a wash (doesn't matter really) but I prefer macs. Edited: search this forum for DSE's posts. He usually posts great advice on this subject.
  13. Well true. To be accurate, it was his buddy Kurt who went head down but Rich was S&TA and enjoyed watching those videos.