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Old 12-04-2013, 08:10 AM   #7477
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^^^ - welcome back Mike! So - Dec 2nd has come and gone. Assume good news. Been thinking of you.
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Old 12-04-2013, 08:14 AM   #7478
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And now for something completely different. All you iPad mutants, aspiring artists and photographers - how about a little computerized finger painting to start your day. Is this a reverse mutation or only if you play it backwards?

http://www.kylelambert.co.uk/gallery/morgan-freeman/

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Old 12-04-2013, 08:14 AM   #7479
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Not even sure what kind of bulbs are behind the fixtures on mine, haven't had to change any yet.

So what has you up at this hour?
You'd almost have to order 2 sets of 20 for a 40' coach I would think. This would also get the basement bays done.
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^^^ - welcome back Mike! So - Dec 2nd has come and gone. Assume good news. Been thinking of you.
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Ditto from Dogpatch!
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[...] The ones we have in our unit test with a meter a friend has at 1.2 (whatevers) brighter than the original bulbs that were in the unit. [...]

So Dennis, was it a "reflected-light meter," or or an "incident=light meter," that he used. If you know I can go into a dissertation on the luminosity of the subject?

Ponderance for youse guys ---- Why do you see the spelling errors that split second after you hit the submit button.
You need to rethink that one. It appears it is not working or you could go back in and edit (as stated by Barb.)

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Sorry I haven't been on here lately. Still not used to the new ergo KB. Thanks to Barb - I have new-used Logitech LX710 KB like my old, one on the way from Ebay out of TX. Should be here by Friday. Don't want to get too used to this new K350. Especially don't like the mouse that came with it. CAn't use it. I'm a lefty and it has side buttons that are not lefty friendly. Two of my other LX7 - seven button mice have all the buttons on the top. I spilled some liquid on the old KB, and un-like before, I was unable to get it to work again. Probably because I didn't remove the batteries immediately. I got the mouse wet, but was able to get it working again with a bath and compressed air. Forgot to take the batteries out of it, but it survived.

I have them programmed for R/L, F3, F5, Backspace, End, and forward and of course scroll. F3 has never worked too good, but I get around it by using the keyboard F3.

Got a epidural today in L7-10 and it turns out what I thought was an inflammation, was just normal blood vessel. Still have a severely narrowed L8-L9. Hope it works. Nitely use of the TENS is getting to be a pain, so to speak. Medicare limits electrodes to two 4 packs a month. Rep is sending a gel tube to aid it stickiness.

Gotta get to bed soon.

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Mike, get well. Prayers your way.

Left handed keyboard, Hmmm! Oh well, I don't need one being ambidextrous. (Well, most of the time.)
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Old 12-04-2013, 09:11 AM   #7482
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^^^ - welcome back Mike! So - Dec 2nd has come and gone. Assume good news. Been thinking of you. Steve and Annie
Mike it's good to hear from you.....sending prayers and healing thoughts your way my friend.
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Mike, don't get your F3 and your L9 confused! Might wind up erasing your problem.

We all look forward to you getting better and returning to this mutant group on a regular basis. Ummmmmmmmm ummmmmmmm
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I've adapted so I use it as a right haded mouse.
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Old 12-04-2013, 10:55 AM   #7485
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I can vouch for Wayne's list of potential sites cause we have seen them all. Our favorite of those mentioned is the Sandpiper right on the coastline and closest to the strand. Here are some pics for you to see from when we were there:



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Where is this? Galveston?
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Old 12-04-2013, 11:00 AM   #7486
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Possum clued me on these cheap LED RV light bulbs. Yes, they are from China, but at $1 each shipping included, it's a hard deal to beat. They look great and I can really tell a difference in the battery draw down.

Nice! Wholesale 20X T10 Warm White 28 SMD LED Wedge Light Bulb Lamp 12V for Car RV Light, Free Shipping-in LED Bulbs & Tubes from Lights & Lighting on Aliexpress.com
Yes! I bought these, or similar right after I got my rig. So cool, and hardly use any power. The light is kinda harsh...but I adapt.

I got mine on Ebay, and negotiated a dozen price from the seller...they were a lot more than a $1, but hey in 2011 you had to pay $23 each for them! So I feel like I got a bargain.
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Running the AC today. Sixty eight degrees outside with 90% humidity, so it feels like the upper 70's.

Wish you were here!!
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Running the AC today. Sixty eight degrees outside with 90% humidity, so it feels like the upper 70's. Wish you were here!!
You must be talking to someone else!
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Running the AC today. Sixty eight degrees outside with 90% humidity, so it feels like the upper 70's.

Wish you were here!!
So doesn't 90% humidity still feel wet, even at 68 degrees. Been a long time since I lived about 10 miles from you and I seem to have forgotten the weather was heavenly. Oh wait - I moved there as a kid from sunny southern CA. You remember that place don't you Wayne. Wasn't that long ago you were bragging about their weather to us Texans - native and adopted.
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Possum clued me on these cheap LED RV light bulbs. Yes, they are from China, but at $1 each shipping included, it's a hard deal to beat. They look great and I can really tell a difference in the battery draw down. Nice! Wholesale 20X T10 Warm White 28 SMD LED Wedge Light Bulb Lamp 12V for Car RV Light, Free Shipping-in LED Bulbs & Tubes from Lights & Lighting on Aliexpress.com
Curious RVM here. Have thought about them. Dont boondock so it would only be so I dont need to change a bulb or 2 each month.
My high-use fixtures have G4-20W. Looked at lots of LED reviews online, but most are not happy with intensity and/or the color. Is there one that truly emulates the G4-20W? Call me old fashioned (or just old) about the warm colors I have now.
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