Boy, you pace someone to a glorious crash and burn
mile 90 DNF at Massanutten and this is the thanks
you get!(Have you ever seen a "question mark" run?
The Troubadour's back was so wrenched, that's
*exactly* what he looked like at that point...of
course, being the ace pacer I am, I was still beating
him like a rented mule and telling him how great he
was doing). Limmicker, when you are ready to get
rid of that MMT "visitors rock", let me know!
Ok, so, I've corrected the units on my rate of climb
in the photo captions.(in an earlier caption, I
claimed to be climbing at 2100ft/min, yowsa!)
So to answer, why snapfish? I don't particularly
care for the whole registration thing at any web
site but the clever person can complete all that
without giving away any real direct information
including using a disposable/throwaway email address.
You *did* use a throwaway, didn't you Rich?!?!
See, I'm still in the dark ages with my camera.
Alot of the kids here won't remember these
contraptions but once upon a time, you had to actually
load these little film canisters into a camera, the
film was exposed and then you had it chemically
processed to reveal the image. I still use one of
those. So, for 5 bucks(which includes the mailing
to and from), I can send snapfish my film,
they will process it, return the negatives and a
single set of prints *and* scan the images into my
account so that I can then organize them, caption them
and share them via the web if I want. NFI in
snapfish but if you're still in the dark ages like
me, the bang for the buck for what you get isn't bad.
It's actually funny when I take a picture of my nieces
and then they run up to me wanting to see the picture
on the back of the camera. I have to explain to them
that the pictures are "stuck" inside the camera and
it takes awhile to "get them out" so they'll have to
wait until next time to actually see the picture.
This disappoints and baffles them.
--- TheTroubadour <thetroubadour@...
> Hokay, so like, what do Mike Bur, jet planes, and
> Discovery shuttle all have in common?
> Give up?
> [There's some slight hint contained amidst all these
> below-mentioned Hard Luck pics. :-]
> Now do ya give up?
> [Check out the innocent-enough photo of Our Hero
> into Telluride .-]
> For sure you are all *now* giving up, right? On
> how not one o' yous has actually in fact just now
> pointed-and-clicked-and-logged-onto and... given
> that damned
> "Snapfish" all your personal and private
> (That's an easy one to call. What the hell do we
> gotta give
> our whole FBI file to a web pic site for, huh? Do I
> gotta worry about even MORE spam jamming my
> already-overclogged inbox? Is Luigi gonna show up
> soon with
> his friends on my front porch? Will my next tax
> return be
> audited??? :-(
> All right, I'm gonna tell you what The Man Who Shot
> That Dude on the Ten Dollar Bill's most law-abiding
> strangely distant cousin Mike has in common with
> today's jet
> aircraft and orbiting space shuttles:
> They can ALL claim to be "slowing"
> occasionally--like due to
> fatigue or other political disappointments--to a
> climb rate
> of ONLY 1,200 FEET PER MINUTE!!!!!!!!!!!
> Next Hardrock I do, if I can only force myself to
> scale back
> to a feeble climb rate like Mike's after Telluride,
> I could
> possibly complete the whole race in 1,650 seconds.
> "Compute gently out there."
> Rich Limacher
> Yankee Folly of the Day: Two-and-a-half years and
> how many
> billions of dollars later, and the same kinds of
> chunks of
> the same kind of tile falls off. Hey, NASA? Maybe
> of K-Mart, try shopping at Home Depot!