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Twibeard
Jan 28 2008, 01:59 PM
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QUOTE (purple hayes @ Jan 28 2008, 01:51 PM) *
Take up competitive bike riding.

OR ... just Chicks and bikes ... recommendation: cool.gif



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Jan 28 2008, 02:01 PM
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Actually I have an unusual one, night hiking with a night vision scope. you wear it on a head strap, it hangs in front of your eye like a Borg from Star Trek. Downside is a nice one costs at least $2,000. However you see some strange creature, such as this scary animal that I captured on camera......

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QUOTE (fkalich @ Jan 28 2008, 08:01 AM) *
Actually I have an unusual one, night hiking with a night vision scope. you wear it on a head strap, it hangs in front of your eye like a Borg from Star Trek. Downside is a nice one costs at least $2,000. However you see some strange creature, such as this scary animal that I captured on camera......

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NIght scopes, 8 cats and Bobo (oh and nearly as many Les Pauls as cats!) - fkalich, your life must be complet\e! Or at least very busy ...

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fkalich
Jan 28 2008, 02:48 PM
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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Jan 28 2008, 07:27 AM) *
NIght scopes, 8 cats and Bobo (oh and nearly as many Les Pauls as cats!) - fkalich, your life must be complet\e! Or at least very busy ...


I am satisfied with the essential needs of life and health for the most part. Night vision is cool though. For example in a boat, you can run at night without lights (not legally but no risk and nobody can see you). Animals act different, both wild and the domestic type. BoBo is always scared. He thinks "what in the heck are we doing, just two of us, and all the packs of dog eating monsters out here". He won't go near water in the dark (his instincts tell him that is where the ambush would take place). I point out rabbits but he can't see them. Skunks refuse to get out of the way, you have to watch for them, they are arrogant in the dark. I think that I saw a Cougar once (they have made it back to Kansas. That is when I started carrying Grizzly Bear pepper spray. Never use that unless you have to. Once getting out of my boat two stray dogs were on the shore and about to tear into BoBo. Next time I use the normal size pepper spray. Some lady 50 yards away at a dock was blinded for bit by it. I felt bad. But she said she would have done the same thing to protect her dog.

I only have 3 Les Pauls. Am satisfied with that many.

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Jan 28 2008, 04:16 PM
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Now that is interesting about animals acting differently in the dark, makes sense though ... myabe I'll get me a night scope one day.

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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Jan 28 2008, 03:16 PM) *
Now that is interesting about animals acting differently in the dark, makes sense though ... myabe I'll get me a night scope one day.


laugh.gif laugh.gif i`ve got a picture of you wandering around your house in the pitch black with a nightscope attached to your head ....actually ......that sounds like a laugh smile.gif

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Read some books, get a pass to the cinema for a certain amount of films every month, play tennis or football or go to your nearest snooker/pool hall with some mates, go camping to the the countryside, go running etc

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Twibeard
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So you guys will chose dogs before chicks with bikes? blink.gif scary ...

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QUOTE (Twibeard @ Jan 28 2008, 11:01 AM) *
So you guys will chose dogs before chicks with bikes? blink.gif scary ...


C'mon, we were talking about Dogs AND cats AND night vision scopes ... hmm wait, you have a point laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif

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Twibeard
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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Jan 28 2008, 05:09 PM) *
C'mon, we were talking about Dogs AND cats AND night vision scopes ... hmm wait, you have a point laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif

laugh.gif blink.gif laugh.gif

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well i think i have a plan to incorporate many of the ideas here.. as for extreme sports.. they are mostly a no.. ive tried my hand at free running around in toronto and its good fun.. just.. don't get caught biggrin.gif.. ive stopped though... this year i applied to switch universities and finish my 4 year program at Carlton in Ottawa.. this will mean im paying alot less for rent biggrin.gif yay.. with this extra money im thinking of getting a sport bike (Twibeard biggrin.gif) + i think im gunna start working out a bit more and doing more photography smile.gif Thanks for the ideas guys!

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Read a book or two. Cooking might help take the boredom out. Art maybe.

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