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Paul
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From: United States
Posts: 1388
iconBart:
James, you need to click the image with a right mouse button and copy the actual link. That PHP reference won't work. The link needs to end with an actual filename (something with .jpg). I would change it for you, but I have no facebook account, so I can't access the page with your picture.

Kind regards,
Bart.


You should rectify that situation, and then we could all be "friends" :D
Paul
"Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it" - Greg Anderson
my blog- and it works again :p
2009-12-26 17:51
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James Towle (towliff)
From: United Kingdom
Posts: 133
A-HA! good one bart :P i tried all the copy options, and the one that worked was "copy image URL", this was in google chrome browser.



So this was me in southampton around my birthday in may this year. My hair is a lil shorter, and I actually have a working toaster now :thumbup:
2009-12-26 20:20
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justin
From: United States
Posts: 241
This is really tacky, but this is the only decent picture I could find. Squinting, of course. I have really sensitive eyes.


Happy B-day Mom! I can't wait for that Mexican tonight!

Justin
2009-12-26 22:12
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Dominick San Angelo (BabyDom)
From: United States
Posts: 16
This picture was taken at Phantom Ranch in the Grand Canyon a few years ago. The little one is my daughter.

Thank you very much, Bart, for helping me out with the post.:)
(Bart: You're welcome, BabyDom)
[Last edited by Bart, 2010-01-04 23:21]
2010-01-04 23:18
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Dr Ralfson Bwhahaha (tat2Ralfy)
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Posts: 3610
AND NOW AS A SPECIAL TREAT:

TA DAAA................

[Last edited by tat2Ralfy, 2010-01-07 02:01]
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2010-01-07 02:00
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Paul
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From: United States
Posts: 1388
Whoa:scared:
:D :lol: :lol: :lol:
Paul
"Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it" - Greg Anderson
my blog- and it works again :p
2010-01-07 03:23
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Marek Bednarz (maro)
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From: Poland
Posts: 224
Me in Madrid a year ago.
“Progress comes to those who train and train; reliance on secret techniques will get you nowhere.” - Morihei Ueshiba
2010-01-13 22:42
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Dr Ralfson Bwhahaha (tat2Ralfy)
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Posts: 3610
Corr dont you look like:



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2010-01-13 22:50
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Marek Bednarz (maro)
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From: Poland
Posts: 224
Have you tried to pose for 5 min., with the sun banging stright into your eyes, to get one picture taken? :P
My girlfriend stood behind the camera (the camera wasn't of the "monkey" type, yet set to "auto" programme) and the only excuse for her is that she's a complete opposite of an engineer.
To tell the truth, she's a humanist by all means, including the ability to operate any kind of machines.
Surprisingly, she's able to drive a car like crazy... :confused: ... in a controlled environment. Don't worry. :rolleyes:
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2010-01-14 21:14
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Marek Bednarz (maro)
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From: Poland
Posts: 224
By the "controlled environment" I mean an empty racetrack.
“Progress comes to those who train and train; reliance on secret techniques will get you nowhere.” - Morihei Ueshiba
2010-01-15 18:24
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Dr Ralfson Bwhahaha (tat2Ralfy)
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Posts: 3610
Hahahahaha
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2010-01-15 20:28
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Smythe
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From: United States
Posts: 990
iconmaro:
By the "controlled environment" I mean an empty racetrack.

:lol: ... that just made my day.
2010-01-16 06:14
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Matt
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From: Poland
Posts: 1047
Okay then, there you go, summer 2009:



That's quite a gem, cause I'm a photographer myself, so it's rather me who shoots the pics :)

cheers!
"Very interesting indeed :) I did something similar with cheese a while ago" - Dr Ralfson
2010-01-22 14:26
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Torben Pedersen (torbenbp)
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From: Denmark
Posts: 1024
And might I add something else: A short presentation..what do you do for a living..or what you might do to avoid working :rolleyes: Some of you might even do other things than taking care of and honing razors..an ugly thought but it might be true in some cases.

I wont mind starting out:

At the age of 40 a new life has started..After working as a butcher for 22 years I`ve taking up studying full time.So with some luck,I`ll start teaching in three years. Married to my wonderfull wife wich has at least some kind of understanding for me spending so much time with razors..and I did say some kind.......I`ve got two kids,twin boys at the age of eight. My wife also has two sons. All the kids are from a previous marriage,not uncommon in Denmark at all...

As a valuable supplement to studying I`ve got a job working with adults "suffering" from autism. Thats some very very interresting peoble to be around. And at times very difficult as some are psycotics and violent as well. Also work as a volunteer at a place for addicts,alcoholics and lonely peoble.


If this is too personal...disregard it. Otherwise you might find it relevant to add a few words about yourself.

[Last edited by torbenbp, 2010-10-07 09:47]
Torben Pedersen
Moellevaenget 15 2th
7900 Nykoebing Mors
Denmark
"If it works dont break it..?"
2010-03-01 20:12
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Bart Torfs (Bart)
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From: Belgium
Posts: 5001
Ah 40. I'm 40.:) °March, 30th, 1969. I have a lovely wife and 2 adorable girls with her, aged 10 and 11.
Studies Sociology at University before I dropped out and rebuild an old house into a pub. We specialized in Belgian beers, served over 80 different brands. After 5 years, with a child coming I sold my share to my business partner, bought a piece of land with an old house, and spend a year rebuilding it. I love building things. Besides baking bricks and pouring glass, there's little in this house that I didn't do myself. After that, I started working as a graphics designer for a printing publishing company. (It's a five minutes drive from my home). I divide my free time between my family, a woodworking passion, sound engineering and music production (here's a recent project), hiking in the Ardennes, and spending time with a few close friends. In the margin I have this thing with straight razors. ;)
I also like to cook, to play chess, read novels, brew beer, and grow tomatoes, but I have little time at the moment to do these things.

Here are pictures of 2 out of many woodworking projects:
a bunch of razor boxes, build from single pieces of solid Merbau.


and a CD-cabinet I build on order:


Thanks for reading,

Bart.
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Then the light shone, trumpets sounded and I got to the other side, where men shave with smiles on their faces, razors pop hairs, and a continuous choir singing «~~Keen and Smooth~~» is heard everywhere. (Matt)
2010-03-01 21:51