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1949 Norman E. Timbs Buick Streamliner

Curves like these inspire poetry. The 1948 Buick Streamliner by Norman E. Timbs is a muse in the world of classic cars, an automobile from a time when curvy was most desirable... Looking at a car like this makes one lament the slim, simple direction human attraction has gone. This classic Buick Streamliner is in pristine condition, restored by Dave Crouse for the 2010 Concours d’Elegance. Its original construction took over two years, built with an aluminum body around a steel chassis. Not only is it unlikely you’ll ever see this beauty on the road, it’s likely that you’ll never see it on the auction block. A car like this is far too rare, too beautiful that any owner could ever want to pass it up– no matter the price!

Who else is dying for a ride!? #Buick #Vintage-Cars
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Quote of the day: "The airplane has unveiled for us the true face of the Earth." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery (Photo by Karim Nafatni: http://bit.ly/1qIXuvm)
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Whew!  The plethora of social outlets online provide an opportunity to divide interests and be specific in managing my views of the world:

Facebook - family and friends
Twitter - news and politics updates
Blog - my opinions and  thoughts
G+ - photography

My first camera came out of a "Secret Sam" Attache Case, a plastic toy using 126 roll film.   Since then I have always had a camera and an abiding enjoyment of snapshooting.

Somewhere around '90, using a Vivitar 320 P&S, I fell in love with a shot I took at the Japanese Garden in Austin, TX..  I haunted the pawn shops and amassed an array of various Minolta 35mm SLRs and tons of equipment  over a couple of years and became "the camera guy".

I am currently shooting with a Canon A1100IS and a Canon XTi to focus my digital skills and become a more accomplished photographer.
 
I live in San Antonio, TX.
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No One “Needs” a Magazine That Holds More Than Ten Rounds. | Political H...
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So you say no one Needs a Magazine that holds more than ten rounds? Please tell me about all the gunfights you have been in that led you to

Stand to Reason
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Get equipped anywhere, anytime with Stand to Reason’s free Android app. Stand to Reason trains Christians to think more clearly about their

How Hackers Are Using Photos of Cats and Sunsets to Help Access Your Per...
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If you already have malware, these photos could be used to get malicious code onto your system

Field Test: 6 Best Fire Starters | Outdoor Life Survival
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Photo by Brian Klutch Fire is your best friend in the wild. It can make water and food safe to consume, let you signal for help, and provide

Survival Gear: 5 Survival Uses for Glass Beer Bottles | Outdoor Life Sur...
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As maddening as it is to see litter and other castoff remains of modern civilization in the wild, certain items can be can be a welcome find

What is the Canon?
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What books comprise the sacred scriptures of the Christian faith?

Flu outbreak: When to go to the emergency room
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Doctors say if you or a loved one experience sudden difficulty breathing, you should seek immediate medical attention.

The 5 Most-Watched Videos of 2013
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This year, The Foundry produced videos on a wide variety of topics and issues.

5 Survival Uses For Less-Than-Trophy Antlers
www.outdoorlife.com

A freezer full of venison is a beautiful thing as deer season winds down, but what do you do with all the “leftovers”? Hides can be tanned,

18 Google Calendar tips and tools for power users
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Get the most out of Google Calendar with these 18 tips, tools, and tweaks for power users

Arkansas mom destroys Common Core in four powerful minutes
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An ordinary mother of three eviscerated Common Core state standards in her powerful four-minute testimony before the Arkansas Board of Educa

The story of the NUTS! reply | Article | The United States Army
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This story retraces the events of December 22nd, 1944 at Bastogne, Belgium, the day we received German surrender ultimatum and issued the su

Where are all the concealed carry heroes? | YouCanCarry.com
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Last December, Paul Smalera (an editor for Reuters.com) sent out the following tweet that I've seen floating around the last year without a

O Holy Night by Carrie Underwood - The Federalist Papers
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You know what it is I like about C/W singers, they sing the song as written, whereas someone like Beyonce' or some rap ”artist” add some 50

Obamacare and a Minimum Wage Hike Pricing Many Unskilled Workers Out of ...
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Adding the proposed minimum wage hike to Obamacare’s employer penalty would cut the bottom rung of many workers’ career ladders.

Raising the Minimum Wage Would Hurt the People It's Supposed to Help
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Raising the minimum wage is a very bad idea, not only for the economy as a whole, but for the low-wage workers it is supposed to help.

Verse Meditation: Psalm 94.17-19
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"Unless the Lord had helped me, I would soon have settled in the silence of the grave. I cried out, 'I am slipping!' but your unfailing love

Food: Poor to fairDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Worst service I have seen in a very long time. The server was horribly overworked and seriously under trained. After the young man at the front door attempted to seat my party of four, including an obviously handicapped elderly woman in a walker, at a table in a tight corner, we waited an extraordinarily long time for a server to appear. She attempted to take our drink orders and leave, but, since it had been such a long wait and we were completely ready to order drinks, appetizers and entrees, I stopped her flight and had her take the complete order. She returned quite some time later and (I have NEVER seen this done) promptly placed all four drink glasses in a huddle in the middle of the table and took off again! She was obviously overworked; I went searching for a manger and spotted two servers , one bus person and the ever disappearing door person, who only popped out to seat the next party and then promptly disappeared again (maybe he was the cook/kitchen staff. Apparently our server was waiting on half the restaurant. This is a CHILI's and it was about a third busy! I never did locate anyone looking as if they might be in charge and did not want to disturb any of the four persons who were trying to keep things going. The server never inquired about the quality of our food, never re-filled drinks and never cleared any plates. Once our food was delivered we never saw our server again until it was time to bring the check, which, for some unknown reason she placed between my wife and my minor child, even though I was clearly the host! I left her a tip only because it was so obviously not her fault that she was so overwhelmed and had not received proper training. Yes, I know what proper server training looks like, I was in food service management for over 20 years and have trained hundreds of servers. The server was, at the same time, very personable, and when she did appear, managed to maintain her composure and not show the fluster I am certain she felt. Shame on the Manager of this restaurant and shame on the Chili's organization for letting one of their houses get into this condition! We'll visit Chili's again, as it is my daughter's favorite, but not this location, even though it is closest to our house.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Food: GoodDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Steve Bob gives two thumbs up! Great food. Great service. Great decor. Try the Kung Pal Scallops.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Outstanding food and service! I dined with an Italian from Brooklyn and he was quite pleased with the offerings and authenticity. My food was delicious and the white tablecloth service was "knock your socks off"! I highly recommended Biaggi's !
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Could not be happier!
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago