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#1 CORSNING

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 08:50 PM

     Favorites, that's it. No boundaries, just what are yours? :huh:

1. Driving: My favorite is small maneuverable cars with an open

     top. Good power is optional but once the top comes off/

     down it doesn't really matter. ;)

2. Music: I have listened to Elvis Aaron Presley since I was a small

     one. The first album (12 inch 33 rpm vinyl record) I ever bought

     was Elvis Golden records No.3 in 1964. In 1973 I heard Waylon

     Jennings (an American country singer) on David Letterman sing

     "This Time", I have been a lover of his music ever since.

3. I have always been a lover of Labradors, Irish Setters, and Golden

     retrievers. I even owned a Golden retriever for about a year. I

     couldn't keep a dog that size in the small house we have so I put

     him on a ranch where the owner had a bunch of Golden retrievers.

     In 2003 my wife brought this little mangy Pomeranian mix mongrel

     home that was wandering through a trailer park rummaging through

     garbage cans. She named him Mickey and he has become the

     best dog I have ever owned. He's an old bugger like me and has to

     wear a diaper these days. Thankfully, I don't yet.

 

     Well, there you go guys and gals. You have a chance to share

with the rest of us a little about yourselves. I see from your profiles

that most of you are ashamed to list your gender (RT and even our

moderator what's-his-name included). I always wonder what was

up with that from the time I joined this forum. <_<  :huh:  :unsure:

 

     Well anyway, here is your chance to let it fly everyone...Let-er-Rip!


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#2 Stony

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 09:27 PM

Here we go!,Some of  my favourites are:

 

1 Photographing, Especialy Aircraft but Wildlife is a favourite too.My most beloved subjects are my Daughter and my cat.

2 Travelling, I love to explore new areas far away or nearby. Is a good combination with point 1.

3 Music, I like a lot of genres from Death metal to Disco, you can find it in my cd/lp collection. The Beatles are my all time favourite.

4 Cats, I just like them...

 

But above all, My 2 Girls are the most important in my life and I love to spend time with my wife & daughter.


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#3 Armand

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 11:55 PM

- My interrest of motorbikes have been exploited by occation in the forum. For the last decade it have been a 100hp Honda 600cc but the Benelli six of My youth still remains in the basement, awaiting to be relived.
The aircraft thing is an interrest from my childhood and early youth wich surfaced again with the web. My interrest of the deep tech connects the bikes with the planes ;-)
-The music of My 70's youth was for given reason Beatles and I've noticed that I enjoy when ABBA is played in the radio (wich mostly happens daily). The 70's was the golden age of Danish rock, and this still compeed with the two above.
- I've been raised with dogs since I was four and the, to be, family inlaw had a dog when I met My wife. When it passed away was a Dachshund puppy achieved to company My father inlaw in his retirement. However, as He died few years after became My mother inlaw, as sole inhabitant of the house, ancious when the Dax reacted on noise outside during the night, and we inherited the dog to save Her sleep.
A couple of Years ago We had to put it down, aged 14,5 years. Sentimental as We both are We needed to get it cremated to bury in the corner of the garden and when fetching the urn, this beautifull white Husky-type dog appeared from under a table. It showed up that the owner had no possibility of keeping it and it, so to say, awaited the 'blue injection'. The situation had been full of coincidenses placing Us there at that moment and with the nerves outside the skin I couldn't let it be put down, kind and healthy as it was, and unplanned We suddently had an new dog wich contained all the dont's We've had to that point: Male; big (half a meter IS big compared to a Dachshund) and longhaired. But it's a beautifull good-natured creature wich have become 'fathers dog' and don't act male dog like as feared (Our neighbour few houses down have a male Terrier wich can't hold running through an open door and He have payed houndreds of dollars several times when fetching It at the sheriffs pound !).
- Beside: I like a cold beer and/or a good Carribian rum!

I'm not exactly inkognito due to the existence of My FaceBook page. For those likely on the FB, be welcome to check up at Me: https://www.facebook...marmand.nielsenwhere plenty of pictures of the canine and some of Me and the family will be to find in between all the trivial stuff.

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 08:18 PM

Stony, 

     I had a female cat named Kelly and a dog named Caleb many years ago.

Kelly was the most fantastic cat I had ever seen. She would always come

when you called her name and she would take care of other young animals

as if they were her own babies. When Caleb was older he would bark a lot.

She would walk right up to him (about 1/5th his size) when he would be in

one of his barking fits and lick him right on the face. Caleb would immediately

lay down and take a nap. She also made sure that she was right there by

his side every time I came home from work and took him for a walk. :)


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 08:52 PM

Stony,
I had a female cat named Kelly and a dog named Caleb many years ago.
Kelly was the most fantastic cat I had ever seen. She would always come
when you called her name and she would take care of other young animals
as if they were her own babies. When Caleb was older he would bark a lot.
She would walk right up to him (about 1/5th his size) when he would be in
one of his barking fits and lick him right on the face. Caleb would immediately
lay down and take a nap. She also made sure that she was right there by
his side every time I came home from work and took him for a walk. :)

Whit my ex-wife we had 2 dogs and 2 cats.
That was a lot of fun in the house....
One of the cats figured out how to open the kitchen cupboards, and fed the dogs with the food she could find!! Never forget that mess....
And when we walked the dogs the cats tagged along. And if we ran into an other dog, our dogs would protect the cats...
And during the night we had one big pile of sleeping fur...
Actualy one of those cats is still alive and is 17 years old...

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#6 CORSNING

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 09:06 PM

Guys (and Gals),

     I actually started this thread in hopes that some of the lessor active

members would join in and maybe become more familiar with us more

active members. You see, there is no such thing as a wrong post on

this thread. If you have something that means something to you, you

get to post it here and nobody, NOBODY can tell you that it is incorrect.

     .....Well after thinking about it a little bit there are a few teensy weeny

stipulations. You can't post that your cousin Cheri was the most fantastic

love of your life in the hey loft of your uncle's barn or that you have the

hots for your neighbors dog, a poodle named Fi Fi. But other than that

most every other topic is OK.

     ...And we don't need to hear about your favorite trip to that little

resort in the Alps that your wife let you take last year because you told

her it was a business trip with that big breasted secretary of yours.

     Well I think we covered about everything. Although if you are a

serial killer, this ain't the site for you either. But if you have some

good memories, interests, or maybe some great people or places

that are your favorites, well this is the time and place to post them.

 

Just have fun people, life is way to short not to express it, Jeff :)


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 09:30 PM

Long motorcycle trips anyone?

 

In 2000 spent 6 weeks and 20,000km in the saddle traveling to the west coast of Canada and down into the USA. Met some great people.


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 09:41 PM

Kutscha,

     Traveling in the saddle of what? Exact type, size and brand required.



#9 Armand

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 10:26 PM

.....You can't post that your cousin Cheri was the most fantastic
love of your life in the hey loft of your uncle's barn

OK! I've deleted it now!
;-p

And is it unthinkable that a serial killer could contain great knowledge about warplanes?

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 10:45 PM

No, but now is not the time to come out of the closet Armand.






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