A journal of questionable quality

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

possible kite test site


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I'm not loving the trees, but it is an alternative to going across town.

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Monday, September 28, 2009

monday

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Sunday, September 27, 2009

simulation

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Friday, September 25, 2009

yeh, I can see why you'd do that

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Titty City

as I said...

Why is it that they feel the need to display an arse of that size?

Some sort of mating ritual perhaps?

I shudder to think.

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Titty City

ya ever notice how girls manage to arrange themselves for maximum exposure in girly wrestling...

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and again

grainy, the Canon, there ya go

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so little to do

the bathroom

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

And so - the directions

Peter Lynn F-ARC

For the F-ARC, the front lines should be about an inch longer compared to the rears when measuring length from the bar to the line ends. So if you add a leader line to the kite, remember to measure your line lengths from the bar, to the leader knot you attach your line to.

The F-ARC is the most advanced kite typically reserved for expert kite-surfers. It has an extremely hig aspect ratio which makes it long and narrow, which for an un-bridled foil is difficult to launch and re-launch. Re-launch in the water is usually impossible. This kite was designed purely for performance and people who get their kites wet should not be buying this kite.

Right, got all that?

 

 

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YOU MIGHT FIND YOURSELF

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Speedo

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YOU MIGHT FIND YOURSELF

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† FORGET ME AND THROW ME AWAY †††††

now that has to take some balls

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on the way back up

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

supersaturated™ - Stefan Guido Schmidt, Germany

I still love this lady

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even later, later, obsession

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later latest obsession

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latest obsession

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

wind it is

finally. damn near ripped my arms off...

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Monday, September 21, 2009

and I can

still learning knots. so good for an obsessive; keeps the hands busy

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The week in pictures: 18 September 2009 - Telegraph

I know the guy on the left

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The week in pictures: 18 September 2009 - Telegraph

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Sunday, September 20, 2009

File:Goethehaus-ffm011.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Goethe's birthplace

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NYTimes.com: The Holy Grail of the Unconscious

this I want to see

 MAGAZINE   | September 20, 2009
The Holy Grail of the Unconscious
By SARA CORBETT
What the unearthing of Carl Jung's Red book is doing to the Jungs and
the Jungians (and maybe your dreams).
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Adam The story of two strangers, one a little stranger than the other.
Starring Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne. Now Playing in select theaters.
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Friday, September 18, 2009

the Bullet

sublime 

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supersaturated™

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supersaturated™

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supersaturated™

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NYTimes.com: The Lede: Bin Laden's Reading List for Americans

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The Lede: Bin Laden's Reading List for Americans
By Sharon Otterman and Robert Mackey
While Oprah's seal of approval on a book cover is sought after, the authors of three books apparently recommended by Osama bin Laden this week might now be wishing that the leader of Al Qaeda had kept his admiration for their work quiet.

 

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Boonah Gliding Center - Queensland, AU


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Traffic - photography painting transfer on Twitpic

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

spring day

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Quickies in New York - from lacoliflor

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Easily Led - (via wonderlandcode831)

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Easily Led - quickienewyork: (via lesenfantssauvages)

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Monday, September 14, 2009

ask 21

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Schleicher ASK 21

The model I had a ride in yesterday.
Impressed, very impressed.

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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Agreement Gives Leibovitz More Time to Repay Loans

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ARTS   | September 12, 2009
Agreement Gives Leibovitz More Time to Repay Loans
By ALLEN SALKIN
In a 13th-hour agreement on Friday, the photographer Annie Leibovitz avoided having to give up her homes and her artistic property to the finance company that had lent her $24 million.
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