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Wow! I'm gaining a new appreciation for burns after seeing the follow up on Facebook. Hope he heals up quickly!
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Found Frank while out on a ride Saturday...
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"Why are you wearing that stupid man suit?"
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So Google's rolling out a new feature where ANY member of Google+ can send email to your Gmail account without knowing your email address. Unless you enjoy the potential of such a feature, you'll want to adjust your Gmail settings...you can turn it off, limit it to a range of circles or leave the door wide open. This article tells you where to make the change.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57617033-93/how-to-prevent-google-users-from-e-mailing-you/
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Nerd break... An evening cruise from Seattle to New Orleans.
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EOM 2013, Maggie Valley, NC.

Great friends and a great time as usual!

Photo courtesy of Bill "Yamafitter" from FJRForum.com and posted at the EOM website for download: http://www.attacktheroad.com/Concrete5_EOM/
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I had to work :( Hope everyone had a safe time!!
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Hmm, I need to update...ok, here's a list of my recently watched anime if you're looking for something to pass the time with. All of these can be found among either Netflix, Crunchyroll, or Funimation. I loved every one of these. I try to find ones longer than the standard 13 episodes and that contain a good story (it's not an easy task at times, lol). 

Blast of Tempest (Zetsuen no Tenpesuto)- Just finished this one. Excellent! Shakespearean in nature with twists. Strong characters.

Kill la Kill - Non-stop action, oodles of fan service, but very unique in presentation (ala Kill Bill IMHO) with a great story. It does have a filler episode....that lasts for all of a minute, lol.

Eureka 7 - Barely dealing with Funimation's 2 episodes per week stream release (I know, it's an old anime). Fantastic show...probably one of the best anime romances out there. Another one where the characters, and their development, are key.

Shakugan no Shana - Another brilliant action/romance anime...enjoyed it immensely. Great fights, interesting characters. Yuuji was a smart guy, but incredibly dense at times, lol.

Steins Gate - Time travel, romance, what more is there to say...it was fantastic!

Nobanagun - Excellent new action series....I'm hoping that we'll see more than 13 episodes out of this one. I got sucked in early on this one and it didn't fail to impress.
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Rainy weekend project...start learning to master this little beauty...the DCS KA-50 Black Shark 2, which joins the fleet alongside my A-10C and Frogfoot. :D
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Preparing for the age old decision....Darien or Darien Light jacket? My nearly 10 year old Roadcrafter is still fine, although I've "grown" a bit, but I want to see how the other half lives...so to speak. I plan to pair the Darien up with a set of AD-1 pants. Opinions?
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Gotta thank EA, crappy as they may be, for hosing the SimCity launch so badly earlier this year that they offered up free games to compensate. Among the free game choices was ME3 and I picked it after reading a few things about it. I'm glad I made that choice, otherwise I might have missed out on one of the best series of games ever produced.

Several months later, as a result of that free ME3 pickup, I sit here having bought both ME and ME2, along with a slew of DLC (only those deemed "good" by the community, lol) and played through all of them numerous times (in an Adept phase at the moment) with several hundred hours logged. What a fantastic series...and one that's hard to stop participating in. Just picked up Citadel, finally, last Friday...why did I wait so long? Lol...great stuff. I really hope the next installment from the ME universe can live up to the challenge...

By the way, I've yet to return to SimCity. :D
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Ahahahahaha! It may be a small moment, but I loved finding the couch.
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A few photos from the FJR EOM 2013 from this past weekend. Most of these are from the Wheels Through Time museum located in Maggie Valley, NC. The museum is a must-see if you're in the area...it's surprisingly large, with an interesting collection of American-made motorcycle history (with one oddball BMW car).

Photos are in no particular order and the EOM group photo is from Bill (Yamafitter) in FJRForum.com. Some folks did not make the photo...
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