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Amwas “Phos FourDots” Willbe
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+Max MacDonald
Check this guys beautiful gallery of Matsumokus.
http://matsumokuguitars.com/guitars.html

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Happy 78th Birthday to banjo player Sonny Osborne. In 1967 he looked a little bit beatnik, a little bit Las Vegas glam, a little bit prescient twenty-teens hipster. He started playing at age 11, then Sonny went on to work with Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys for a couple of months between June and September 1952. Only fourteen years old, he recorded nine tunes with the "Father of Bluegrass". When I hear the words "bluegrass music" this is the first song I think of, instantaneously. I've loved this song since the first time I heard The Osborne Brothers play it live on a locally produced TV show—"Here Comes the Sheriff" hosted by area radio DJ Bob Montgomery on Lancaster PA's WGAL8—right around the same time this video was recorded. I still love it.

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I probably couldn't have seen it, considering that it's white and the sky was high gray overcast, and it was probably running at about 15,000 ft (above the clouds?), but according to the best info I can find, the runaway blimp flew pretty much right over my house, indicated exactly by the blue star-in-circle.
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No complaints from any of you...this little fella feels sluggish every morning.
And the quarter? That's not for scale. I cropped out the little sign he was carrying; that's the first 25¢ he panhandled toward a double espresso.
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From the stick-in-the-mud dept.

http://www.findlatitudeandlongitude.com/antipode-map

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Forgive me my halo-ish trespasses. The selfie was a tough exposure considering I barely know how to use all the functions of the camera's manual settings.

Taken from near the dock of my friends' cabin on Hill Island in the Susquehanna River, southeast of Harrisburg PA, and about 1.15 miles from Three Mile Island.
Strongly recommend downloading to view at full size.
Google Map: https://goo.gl/9xiAop
➙ 40° 9'41.36"N, 76°44'36.88"W
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Master metal lathesmithing—
Cube-in-a-Cube-in-a-Cube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuS6HDHc7XE
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