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Ed Catlett
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Photos from Scott's graduation ceremony.
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Had a great time last night celebrating a great young man and his well deserved Eagle Scout court of honor.
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A couple of +Topaz Labs DeNoise and Glow modified autos from the +New York Auto Show 2016 
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Within 4 minutes the color went from this cover shot to orange. Same white balance for both. Just lost color as it got higher on the horizon.
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Rutherford, NJ Boy Scout Troop 166 and Cub Scout Pack 168 participated in the Rutherford Elk's Club flag ceremony. Then some from the troop also helped the local American Legion in their annual Flag Retirement Ceremony.

For those who do not know how to properly dispose of a worn US Flag:

Under Title 4, Chapter1, § 8, paragraph k of the US Code (often referred to as the Flag Code) it states:
"The flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning."
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Scott's last varsity dinner. It was nice that he was recognized for helping coach the other pole vaulters a lot as well as for winning the Group 1 Winter Track Sectional.
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Very sad to hear that Jeff Kuss of the Blue Angels passed away today. From what I heard he refused the option to eject because doing so would have endangered others. I have shot several airshows over the years and many have included the Blue Angels. They are always spectacular. I took this one in 2014.
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A fun weekend up to the Boston area. We visited a local scout camp, Lexington, Concord and of course The Freedom Trail in Boston.
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  • Yodil, Inc.
    Director — Project Management Office, present
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Through my adult live I have worn many hats.

Most of the time has been spent in information technology as a manager.

I have developed several web sites, including my own.

I have spent some time in both account management of a gigantic accounts and in sales.

Currently I am networking like crazy. It took me way to long to realize how important it is for everyone.

My links on this page tell much of the story best.

Probably my favorite hobby at this point in my life is photography.  I enjoy and practice many different styles of photography including landscapes, nature in general, candid people shots, architectural, abstract, infrared, HDR and many others.  I like observing other people's photos in general but if I'm being honest I can't stand all the hokey filters recently made popular by Instagram.  If the photo isn't interesting without a filter then for me it just isn't interesting and moves into the annoying category when a hokey filter is applied to it.  I am certainly not above applying extreme processing to a photo but if it can be simply applied with the click of a button it isn't art any more than applying someone else's style sheet to a word document is literature.

If I blocked you ... sorry.  It is probably a result of a photo related community.  There are some things that I have already seen enough of so when I see them I check out the person's profile to see if it is an anomaly.  If it isn't then I will block the person so I don't have to see their:  intentionally skewed horizons (that's just lazy), cat photos, overused instagram filters on snapshot, animated gifs, reposting of other people's work, internet jokes, anything hipster, etc.  I get it if you don't like my stuff and block me.  That's life.
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Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America when I had just turned 13 years old. Shook Muhammed Ali's GIGANTIC hand when I was in college. Shook Henry Kissenger's hand once. Bungee jumped in Colorado in the mid '80s. Took a lesson and did a couple of 10m ski jumps in the '90s. Did the luge run and bobsled run at Lake Placid.
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To start with, the service was very slow. There were no fewer than 6 groups of people who came in after me and got their meals first. I got the food, had high hopes because it did smell terrific. There was a very tiny basket of chips which was OK ... I wasn't there for the chips. Then the disappointment started. They might as well have not asked me what kind of meat I wanted because there was such a small amount that I couldn't have known the difference. Bite after bite I expected that the person making it was just careless and put all the meat in one area but no. I bet there wasn't a solid ounce of meat. On the 2nd half of it I even took pictures after every bite. All rice and beans with teeny tiny hints of carnitas. When I say tiny imagine maybe MAYBE the size of 3 grains of rice and far smaller than any of the beans. Maybe the person who made it was hungry and ate my carnitas but whatever happened it didn't make its way into my burrito. I really should have stayed with the original plan and had Panera.
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Come on ... It's Memorial Coliseum. Adolph Rupp built UK basketball there. Far more character and far more comfortable than Rupp's namesake arena a few miles away.
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REALLY like this place. The atmosphere is very stereotypical but the food is good and plentiful.
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There aren't any Arby's near where I live anymore so every time I am in Shelbyville Arby's is a must.
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I hadn't eaten at Applebee's for years and didn't have high expectations. The chicken dish I got was fantastic. The service was good. Clean, well lit and not as noisy as those types of chains usually are.
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Very good steak at a reasonable price. The salad bar is a nice addition as long as you don't mind not finishing your steak and they have to go tins :-)
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Always great and doubly so when you are there when their seasonal Peach ice cream is available.
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