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Model: Nora W Rosenberg
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Studio: MidnightFantasy Photography
http://MidnightFantasy.com
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Model: Nora W Rosenberg
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Studio: MidnightFantasy Photography
http://MidnightFantasy.com
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Austin, TX
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Model: Nora W Rosenberg
(Instagram @NoraRosenburg)
Studio: MidnightFantasy Photography
http://MidnightFantasy.com
http://Facebook.com/MidnightFantasyPhotography
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Just a few notes fit those commenting: the lathe wasn't bolted down or leveled as it was moved around for filming/loading into his truck. The headstock is tight! New bearings in fact. What you saw was the lathe rocking but the camera steady, because the stand wasn't leveled and the banners was on a tripod. The cross slide Gibbs do need a slight bit of adjusting, we were rushing so I didn't worry about it. The tailstock was slightly off as I'd previously turned a slight taper on it, and had some set over still set on it. It wasn't much, as the lad needs to learn how to align the tailstock anyway, so I just told him how it needs to be done and we kept filming. This was more of a basic operations and how the levers work so Lanse would know the absolute basics... which he also filmed... but the point was instruction for him. He got a QCTP as well, but the bolt for attaching it was AWOL so we used the lantern for filming, and I ordered a bolt for the post for him. Should be here in a few days do his next video with it should have out attached... my guess is his next video will be aligning the tailstock and making chips. Yes it's a Logan 10". ...as for the "modern lathes don't use belts" and "you can't thread"... wow. Just... really! No... never mind. NOT gonna get dragged into that. Wrestling with pigs just gets you muddy and pig loves it... plus Momma taught me never feed the trolls. :-P

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Model: Nora W Rosenberg
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I don't know much of anything about the business itself. Their palatial resort like grounds are always being maintained by hordes of workers... making a TON of noise with power equipment. The Wife and I go kayaking in the area weekly, and are regularly subjected to nuisance badgering by the security guards, guarding said estate. If you get within a few feet of the shore, the closed caption security camera locations will soon then issue a command to "paddle away from the shoreline" or to "move away from the boat dock" if you get within some particular distance of what they deem to be their domain. Apparently they are not familiar with the laws governing Public Navigable Waterways in the State of Texas... or understand that obstructing access to same is a misdemeanor under the Texas Penal Code § 42.03 (see section on Obstructions) section. If you then politely assert your rights to the public right of way on a navigable waterway, and refuse to move away from the shoreline or boat dock, a security goon will then show up on a golf cart to again order you away. I'm not one who looks for conflict. I'm just trying, and failing, to catch some fish. These continued problems with the security goons for Bull Creek Management can quickly spoil an otherwise very enjoyable morning out with my wife and she sunbathes and I fish. I think I will have to strongly consider calling the police MYSELF the next time a goon shows up to order me off and away from the area and let the cops explain the laws and a Texas Citizen has as granted by the Texas Constitution. All I'm trying to do is fish in an area I believe the fish would be hanging out at.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The owners treat fans as nothing more than cash machines. No outside food, even for people with restricted (medically specified) diets, no outside drinks, no shade structures, no blankets, no come and go parking, hugely overpriced parking, tiny closed circuit tv and then ONLY for the paid extra grandstand seats (where you STILL need binoculars to read what's on them), TERRIBLE disability access, security which treats the fans like felons, loud speakers which are unintelligible, crazy overpriced food, and on and on and on. We will NOT be returning, ever, until owners change and/or start treating fans like the life blood of the track that they are!
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Very helpful, and only a $25 minimum so a terrific supplier for smaller jobs. These guys are terrific!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Very helpful, tho kind of a high dollar minimum ($50) so not great for when you have a small job or need a small piece to repair something or fix a mistake on a job. Also frequently have issues with them being out of stock of the specific item you might need so be sure you call ahead and see if they have what you need on hand or need to order it.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago