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Post by TsNStangs » Mon Sep 27, 2010 3:39 pm

Wow, great stuff, guys. Thanks for all the pics; definitely helps those of us who couldn't make it feel like we were there!
Also, very cool to finally put some faces to names! :cool:
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Post by Terri McNeill » Tue Sep 28, 2010 5:29 pm

First... Art, I wish I had 1/2 the energy you had this week!!! Wow, you are amazing and I am very grateful for all hard work!

Next, Congrats Randy and Cindy on your new grandchild!! BUT we really missed you being there...

AND last, I am sure you all know my e-mail address... please send your convention photos or if you would rather send disc as I do need high res photos, email me and I will send my snail mail address. The next issue of the Scoop is the "International" issue and I would love to fill it with the great photos (not just cars).

Thanks for all the help and loved meeting all those faces that I only had names before this week!
Terri McNeill, Past VTCI President, currently VTCI Publications Director, Member of VTCI, VTCI-PNWC and Chicagoland Thunderbirds

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Post by kevindeluca66 » Fri Jan 07, 2011 12:38 am

Where did the pictures go - it says they have been moved or deleted
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Needed Disk Space...

Post by Art Kastl » Fri Jan 07, 2011 10:46 am

Hi Kev,

I had to delete them on my PictureTrail account to give me some disk space... Do you need me to send you any?

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Post by Alan H. Tast » Fri Jan 07, 2011 2:02 pm

Call me old-school (yes, overused term), but THAT'S why I like to have books and magazines, so I don't have to rely on electronic media!
Alan H. Tast, AIA
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Post by TsNStangs » Fri Jan 07, 2011 6:37 pm

I'm with you, Alan. I wouldn't give up my library OR my magazine subscriptions just because you can now access the same info on-line. It's not only a tactile thing, it's also a "I know it's there when I need it/want it" thing!
My kids laugh at me, but I'm stickin' to it! ::?
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Post by redstangbob » Fri Jan 07, 2011 8:27 pm

What do kids know :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: What would they do without their phones stuck up their rear ends :shocked!: JMO of course.
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Post by kevindeluca66 » Fri Jan 07, 2011 10:10 pm

Hi Art,
I was just looking for an electronic car show to get my car fix seeing that we are stuck in the dead of winter.I know that there are plenty of pics elsewhere on the forum.
A 66 Thunderbird is cool. A Sapphire Blue 66 is a beautiful car. The 428 engine completes the package.
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Re: Needed Disk Space...

Post by VicRattlehead » Sat Jan 08, 2011 3:00 pm

Art Kastl wrote:Hi Kev,

I had to delete them on my PictureTrail account to give me some disk space... Do you need me to send you any?

Art :smile:

ahhhemm.... www.photobucket.com use that, create an acct and upload them. when its full create another acct.
its free
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Post by VicRattlehead » Sat Jan 08, 2011 3:03 pm

Alan H. Tast wrote:Call me old-school (yes, overused term), but THAT'S why I like to have books and magazines, so I don't have to rely on electronic media!
yea but i cant see your books and magazines. online everyone can see em

im 180? in the opposite direction of you. i can keep hundreds and thousands of pictures on something thats on my keyring vs hundreds of pounds of nontransportable paper.
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Post by Alan H. Tast » Sun Jan 09, 2011 12:16 am

VicRattlehead wrote:
Alan H. Tast wrote:Call me old-school (yes, overused term), but THAT'S why I like to have books and magazines, so I don't have to rely on electronic media!
yea but i cant see your books and magazines. online everyone can see em

im 180? in the opposite direction of you. i can keep hundreds and thousands of pictures on something thats on my keyring vs hundreds of pounds of nontransportable paper.
But I like the satisfaction of filling the front of a semi trailer with 20,000 lbs of literature :mrgreen: Boxing, unboxing and setting up, not so much...and I'm still doing it after 2.5 years in my present digs.
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