So cool, I never heard of these games before today.
Guess it's time for me to get a new pair of glasses, 300 yards might not be as clear as it once was. But I can say during my training I never missed the center of the target at 300 yards.
The quick Intro.
I'm the neighbor kid that you might remember seeing taking everything apart.
But what you might not have noticed about that neighbor kid you shook your head at was he did put everything back together and often had it better than new.
I rebuilt my first lawn mower after I smoked it when attempting a modification of the carburetor to make it mow 3 lawns per tank instead of 1 lawn per tank.
It worked for just fine but closing in on the 10th lawn it ran hot and the rod split the crankcase. My Grandfather assisted in the rebuild and recommended I return the carburetor to the original design. If I was aware of water injection at the time I wouldn't have had that top end heat buildup issue with my air cooled engine.
Next was my Mom's 66' 383ci Chrysler Newport, before school one day I slipped under it and installed a B&M Transmission shift kit. That was after I had learned about automatic transmissions from one of our neighbors. It took about 20 minutes from drained to squawking the tires on the way to my 7th grade basketball practice.
At 15 I purchased my first car, 1967 Camaro 2 speed glide, 350ci that was left to rot because the owner couldn't start it. 200 worth of lawn mowing dollars later and I was explaining to my father about the 75ft black tire marks in front of the house. Something about Neutral to Drive commonly called a "Neutral Slam" which by the way was really hard on the drive train.
Fast forward and several muscle cars later I found myself behind the wheel of an 1100 CC 4 door sedan over in Europe going from 0 to 60 faster than that Camaro of mine. 52mpg at average speeds of 92mph. 4 Carbs, 4 Cylinder, 12 to 1 compression ration that little Alpha 33 was unreal for it's size of engine.
With that said I found the truth to most things in life. "It's not always as it seems" and started my learning and never stopped.
In today's world I still have a Chevy 350ci as well as a Ford 460ci and a Honda 2,2. Each have their own roles and each are as the manufacturer designed them or better.
On with the Intro, in 1982 I completed my first programming class and was assigned to a dip switch controlled crash dump backup and recovery computer that I thought came out of a "Lost in Space" episode.
In 1985 I had my first mobile data terminal in my work truck.
In 1992 I had my first international FM SMS messaging system at home.
In 1996 I had my first online Web and SQL server.
Well, I have several servers ranging from 2008, Ubuntu, Hyper-V, SMTP, SQL, you know, the classical stuff you find in all homes today.
I had to do a study on if a tablet could really do the work of a PC. It was for my career moves.
I found out I could do everything but program and drink coffee at the same time.
But you need more than just a modem and a computer. You can see my configuration over at MySmallCloud.Com if you are interested.
The MySmallCloud.Com equipment list is used by me and my gal.
I'm currently recycling older systems running Atom processors doing the same as my larger servers with external storage drives. So far things are looking good and overhead is much lower. Mainly due to the fact I don't have to worry about heat that much. (Remembering my lawn mower heat issues.)
Anyway, I'll let you get back to surfing and if you have time stop over to one of the sites for the real updates.
Currently I'm developing 3 web applications and WWW sites that interact with each other encompassing a combination of services we all need from time to time. And for many can provide.
It's all about building a life experience we all can relate to.
Electronics in general.
I have my rework bench going back into service this week.
Just ordered some hardware components to start repairing those broken tablets.
It's all for the good of keeping busy!
Thanks for reading.
By the way, this is my quick intro when I compare it to my personal website that is a bit long winded!
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