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    Re: A Pagan in Vilnius..

    You are all welcome..
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    Re: some motorbikes. . .

    Was the custom rear wheel of a VRod so he told me.

    It's the name of his dream company.

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    Re: A Pagan in Vilnius..

    Anyway, God abides in Vilnius in several ways. Grzegosz and I sipped wine, ate cheese and looked at churches while others prayed and took communion.
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    Re: A Pagan in Vilnius..

    I have been to Hoorn, a very beautiful town, although I was only at lunch there.

    It does not sound as though the oak beam was part of a church or cathedral, although I might be wrong. When I look...
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    Re: A Pagan in Vilnius..

    Thanks.

    When I visit a city for a short time I go as a meagre photographer and as a craftsman, I'm no mason, and not even a very good wood worker, but I know what it takes to make something you...
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    Re: some motorbikes. . .

    Ladies and Germs, Marius Cnota. He built this.

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    Jules Verne fuel guage.

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    Re: some motorbikes. . .

    I met a guy in Wroclaw who made this. Kwak 500 mit turbo. Intended to rust, all working lines left as is, even the sharpie.

    This is unfinished, mid-build.

    ..and that's a 200 year old lamp.
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    Re: A Pagan in Vilnius..

    That is all.
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    Re: A Pagan in Vilnius..

    How many churches in this shot?

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    A Pagan in Vilnius..

    A 6 hour snapshot of the city.

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    Strike up the band..
  16. Thread: 4th July.

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    Re: 4th July.

    But we take leave upon us to hereby steal English place names along with their language, screw around with maritime bouy colours and say 'aluminum', even though that's not a word.

    Happy 4th you...
  17. Re: Hardwood transom-oak dowels or galvanized pins?

    Why not router square laps along their length, they will give you a larger glueing area negating the need for any metal in that join at all.

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    Sticky: Re: Fife Regatta 2022

    I drove a friend home to Greenock years ago, and visited the former Fife yard. I hoped to find a rivet or a plane iron. Nothing left, all gone. The boats are the only thing left, and long may they...
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    Re: A victory for big game animals

    Cameras are available, why not shoot them with those?
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    Re: I am McMike, AMA..

    How many beans in 5?
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    Re: Harmless fun

    That yellow glider was built in 1937. Wonderful.
  22. Re: Planning another European Ride - Alps & Dolomites

    Definitely take some on board video with you Ted. Even a GoPro or DJI Osmo or some such. I have 2 flexible goosenecks mounted, one on handlebars, one facing rear from pannier rack... How I shot this,...
  23. Re: It's official - the Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade

    Because injecting bleach or light into your veins to combat Covid might be a good idea?

    Seriously, Trump is an IDIOT.
  24. Thread: Puppers

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    Re: Puppers

    Heartbreaker! Wow what a handsome intelligent looking dog..!
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    Re: in the absence of a clear winner

    Are you drunk too?
  26. Thread: Ukraine

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    Re: Ukraine

    NATO can not admit any country that is at war at the time of admission. It is written in NATO's constitution as far as I know.
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    TUV or DEKRA may not see it that way Ted. Are you sure you don't need such a cert just because your bike is has American paperwork, even though you'll be riding in EU?

    I'd be very surprised at...
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    Re: What were some of your scariest moments?

    Isla Grande, off the coast near Rio, late 90's.

    The island was a prison, until it was blown up and the prisoners who only had a few years of their term left were set free. Some chose to live in...
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    Re: It is the bread that eats a man

    Amazing photo, and yes, for some, I agree.
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    Re: Breaking free of evolution's bonds.

    You bore me George.
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    The route looks incredible and ambitious as always! August is hot, my advice, stay high, but you know that.

    Not sure why you feel Slovenia has an increased theft risk, or why you'd not enter it...
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    What time of year Ted?

    Might I suggest a detour to Piran, Slovenia?
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    Re: Ireland....Must See

    All castles are damp and cold. Duh.

    The Irish are well geared up to take money off Americans that think they're coming home so to speak, clutching a handful of soil with a tear in their eye....
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    Re: Ireland....Must See

    I really like Cork, and Clonmel.. the SW coast is very beautiful, full of azur water and great fishing. Dingle is a bit overdone for the tourists but there are some really authentic fishing towns all...
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    And you are really interested in several thousand rounds of ammunition also?

    Hey every man needs a hobby I guess.
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    It seems strange to base an abortion law on the right to privacy. Perhaps this shaky foundation is why Roe Vs Wade had been overturned?

    It also seems strange, to me anyway, to have a...
  37. Re: Shipping a cool small boat in a container to Europe

    Strictly speaking Ted, you re-imported your bike back to whence it came :d
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    Re: Can someone explain the hatred of science?

    I knew it ^^ !

    When I hang upside down from trees and fiddle with my mates bits it's completely normal!

    Phew..!
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    Re: Can you touch your toes?

    Hands flat on the floor.
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    Must it be an American vessel for your dream to be realised?
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    What's the plan if you're not 'officially importing a foreign flagged vessel'?

    What's in the box Mr Hoppe? Oh, a boat. What's the value of this boat? What's the value of the boat plus shipping?...
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    Cool idea. You could always buy a great boat inside the EU, for example in Brittany, avoiding shippings costs, import duties and VAT, which can add up because they are compound. (Import duties on...
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    Clearly a public school education.
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    Re: The cost of Brexit

    So 550 a year less wages by 2030.
    Hardly much to cry about.

    You do seem to enjoy your Brit bashing these days.
  45. Re: Some similarities between Russian and British politics?

    I could write an article finding comparisons between the News at Ten and deep Bhuddist meaning if I tried. There are a lot of holes in the Guardian piece.

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    All the Germans have to apologise for is fifteen years of folly, which they are taught about at school."

    You sure about that Andrew?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herero_and_Namaqua_genocide
  47. Thread: Ukraine

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    I saw this in Vilnius on Sunday.
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    Re: Photo a Day 365 X 12/2022.

    #631, absolutely stunning photo.

    I must go back there soon, the place really got under my skin.
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    Re: Do you know the correct answer?

    What seems to be the consensus amongst some here is that the set of probabilities of first choice (1/3) is carried over somehow to the second set of probabilities in the second choice (1/2).

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    Re: Do you know the correct answer?

    How can the probabilities of choosing between 2 different doors be 30% and 50%?
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