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I took this photo today and many more like it of this Yamaha FZ-09. Then did post processing in Photoshop. It belongs to a co-worker and is decked out with a bunch of parts that are sold where we work. The photos will be used in ads, in our catalog and on social media.

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Had a internal job change last week to marketing manager so today I published our new company website I've been working on and did some prototype modelling on sketchup..love that software.

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Had a internal job change last week to marketing manager so today I published our new company website I've been working on and did some prototype modelling on sketchup..love that software.

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Today was the first day in a long time that I didn't go outside. Not even on the terrace. I had the window open. I had the cool autumn breeze in. But that was it :)

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For today (and the last few days) have done the normal shop shit, also mowed, done some work and building on the chicken coops, looked over all the roofs on all the barns, garage, shop, house, and wedding chapel. Been getting alot of outside crap put up for the winter, graded the driveway, washed and waxed the lawn mower, washed and waxed the HHR, twisted my knee and got attacked by one of the roosters (he got booted across the pen).

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...got attacked by one of the roosters (he got booted across the pen).

Hell yeah, kick that little bastard (just don't get caught choking him) :D

I spent the last few days in a crappy oil town in New Mexico, working at a power plant. While there we setup instrumentation for a series of turbine, condenser, and pump tests.

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In amongst the usual weekend household chores I decided to repair the joypad that had a little 'accident' during a particularly frustrating GTA session.  :lol: (Although it had a pretty hard life playing GT6 and uncharted too).

 

Open joypad surgery:

 

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It took a repair to the casing with hot glue, resolder the dislodged vibration motor and replaced the damaged joypad thumbsticks but it survived:

 

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All it cost was £3 for the button kit off eBay (I didn't bother to replace them all, just the damaged ones). I need to test it fully, but I will be blaming all race losses on this joypad, even if I'm using the new one I bought.  : CRAZY :

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Celebrated my 2 year old Son today, followed with trying to host a Pl and got even more angry at R*

So basically has worked my ass of and then bitch slapped by R*, all over a good day..

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I spent some quality time with my rake.

I spent some quality time with my chainsaw.

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Spent the last 2 days with the family. Bonfires, weiner roasting, s'mores, hay rack rides, ATV races, pumpkin carving, a little automotive repair work, fire wood chopping, with lots and lots of beer. Oh and we also had beer.

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Sunday is household chores day , but in between cleaning and tidying I decided to repair a piece of 80's computer kit I've been meaning to look at since I bought it in a junk sale months ago.

 

So here is the patient, only half the keys work and it needed an old analogue TV to display a picture:

 

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Keyboard repair was simple, just unscrew and replace membrane, but getting a composite output required some quality carnage:

 

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I managed not to set fire to the office carpet and was rewarded with a fully working Sinclair Spectrum (which I will probably eBay towards my PS4 fund  :lol: ):

 

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