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Sam Nicarry (vwpiper)
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If you want to spend an afternoon stalking people on Facebook, you're going to have to earn it.
Most newer Android devices manufactured in 2014 or later have a built-in pedometer for tracking your fitness activity. This step counter is a great way to keep yourself in shape and motivated, but developer Leonardo Cavaletti has come up with an even better way to put it to use. His app leverages the pedometer against your smartphone addiction, effectively forcing you to get up off the couch before you can access your favorite apps and time waste...
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That's a BIG spider. Probably eats birds. 
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Making Halloween, ma-king Halloween...
It's that time of year again!   Although, in our case, a rather challenging time of year...  Our Halloween pipe production has waxed and waned over the years depending on the circumstances of the moment - It's not always possible to set aside the long stret...
It's that time of year again! Although, in our case, a rather challenging time of year... Our Halloween pipe production has waxed ...
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Yay me! IMEI check says my phone is OK. 


Update. Just turned off my VPN and rechecked, now it is affected!
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+Juan C​ that is crazy though it shouldn't matter where I bought it as long as it isn't stolen. Samsung should take this thing back. 
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In honor of today's 50th anniversary of Star Trek, we're celebrating the woman responsible for saving the iconic science fiction show -- comedian and entrepreneur Lucille Ball! In 1964, Ball was the sole owner of Desilu Studios and the first woman to ever run a major Hollywood studio. At the time, Desilu producers were looking for ideas that could be developed into new series and they contracted two ambitious writers to develop pilots: Gene Roddenberry with "Star Trek" and Bruce Geller with "Mission: Impossible."

Desilu took the Star Trek pilot to CBS with whom they had a first-refusal agreement but the network rejected it and opted to pick up another new space-themed show "Lost in Space." The studio then took the pilot, "The Cage," to NBC which called it "too cerebral" but, rather than rejecting it outright, they took the unprecedented move of ordering a second pilot, "Where No Man Has Gone Before." The network decided to order a season but the Desilu Board of Directors balked. Fearing that the studio was overstretching itself with three expensive new programs -- Star Trek, Mission Impossible, and a western called The Long Hunt for April Savage -- all but one of the board members voted to cancel Star Trek in February 1966.

Lucille Ball, however, had high hopes for the fledgling show and was impressed by Roddenberry’s vision so she used her power as board chair to override the decision. Production of the show continued and the first episode aired in September of that year. As studio accountant Edwin Holly later conceded, "If it were not for Lucy, there would be no 'Star Trek' today." So the next time that you’re watching Star Trek -- or one of the many science fiction future worlds that it inspired -- remember that you have one more reason to love Lucy!
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Well . . . I guess I'm a Samsung Fanboy.
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Introduction
My real loves are my wife of 22 years & our 16 yr old "son" Alfred (a long haired Jack-Russell). 
Sadly Alfred "went to be with his grandma in heaven" 12/20/2014. RIP little buddy.

I am very eclectic. I like the latest gizmos gadgets & tech, as well as the old, tried & true of years ago. I enjoy my Galaxy Nexus almost as much as smoking a 1930's Dunhill pipe (filled w/965 of course).


I listen to long haired music, classical & rock. I drive a VW Jetta Sportwagen clean diesel TDi. My wife & I have a beautiful koi pond.

I have been a mutual fund salesman, plumber in D.C., dishwasher @ Interlochen, tow-boat designer, and have built those big water towers all over the country.

My interests centers on things that are done "right". From my pipe collecting to listening to classical music. 

Dunhill
Boswell
VW
Birkenstock
Montblanc
Automatic watches (a real watch should tick)
All things titanium

NO marketers! You will be blocked, so don't bother. I try to make my own decisions. I won't buy a 800 Hp, 5 ton truck, that gets 2 mpg, to drive to the corner to get a soda!
Bragging rights
Pipe collector (mostly Dunhill & Boswell)
Education
  • School of Life
    Inventor, CAD, Welding, present
  • Jefferson Community College
    Engineering
  • New Albany High School
    1977 - 1980
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Gender
Male
Birthday
July 31, 1962
Relationship
Married
Other names
Sam, Samuel, Kim-Chee Sam, Hey you. And, NEVER "Sammy" unless you are the reincarnation of my late grandmother.
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Work
Occupation
"Sketcher" (I do 3d modeling using Autodesk Inventor)
Employment
  • Confidential
    present
  • Henry Vogt Machine
    Welder
  • Caldwell Tanks, Inc.
    Boilermaker
  • Interlochen School for the Arts
    Dish Washer
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Louisville, KY - New Albany, IN - Interlochen, MI - Houston, TX - Waynesboro, PA
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What a great sandwich! The pies looked amazing. (I just had to "say no".)
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Wonderful little homemade icecream shop.
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