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Greg Zenitsky
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Lee's Summit, MO KD0QAP
Lee's Summit, MO KD0QAP

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Panorama of Artist Point including Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone using built-in pano function on the Sony a6000.
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Vinyl decals from Aftershock Decals
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Here is my daily driver just purchased in late September this year. 1998 4x4 with just over 81k. Few minor issues including the "bumping" driveshaft on starts and stops. Transmission linkage is sketchy going into drive occasionally. Otherwise, a pretty good find for $6900 in my opinion. 
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12/18/16
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"The company further explained that the breach was due to a SQL injection vulnerability in the platform which powers the forum and which had not been patched."

There's something hilariously ironic about an organization that develops and promotes an operating system and not practicing a standard security measure on their own systems.

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Not quite a trophy but the first native brown I have ever caught! Landed him in the beautiful Valles Caldera NPS in Jemez Springs, NM. Tan caddis if I remember correctly.
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Thank you Chrysler Customer Care for deciding not to extend the corrosion warranty on my pre-maturely rusting Dodge 2010 with only 48,000 miles. I have thus decided that after selling or trading this truck which will result in a major loss of my hard earned wages my next purchase will not be a Dodge Ram. Trust me, I have no inclination nor am I naive enough to believe that you care one iota about my decision. You've made this perfectly clear.

I couldn't be more disappointed with my first Ram, a 2010 1500 I purchased used last Memorial Day weekend. What I thought was going to be a truck I could drive for years has suddenly caused serious doubts as I have discovered rust breaking through on both rocker panels and even on the roof of the vehicle!

How does this happen with a vehicle made in 2010? Poor engineering, poor materials, or poor workmanship? If this was 1970 I would expect this. All Detroit iron rusted in those days. My 77 GMC 1/2T pickup was almost unroadworthy with rust perforations at the end of its short life but in 2010, surely automotive technology including corrosion prevention tech is sophisticated enough to make rust a thing of the past in automotive history.

The real bummer for me is that the is a pleasure to drive and at least for now, a pleasure to look at!

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P-51 "Gunfighter" on the tarmac at the New Century Air Center in Gardner, Ks.
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I was just outside to capture some interesting clod formations. I was using the 55-210 and could not get the lens to find focus, even though the clouds had very good lines of definition in them. Initially I was in flexible spot focus area but tried all the focus area choices with little improvement, though I was able to eventually get a focused frame in Wide.focus area.

I know clouds can be challenging but as I mentioned, there was quite a bit of detail in the cloud surfaces and in my experience with other cameras, the lens should have been able to lock on.

Advice appreciated.
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