vondon302
vondon302
vondon302
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What you plan to shoot will have an enormous impact on your choice of what to shoot with. My main hobby is aviation photography. So ever since I started down the SLR path I’ve been working to get gear that has more reach and more speed. Lenswise, I ended up with a very nice 70-200 f/2.8, which is great for reach and Read more

3h
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I’m not sure about that from the video. Those are some conservative braking points and turn in, suggesting to this former FWD racecar driver some toasty brakes and greasy front tires. To give some perspective on lap time, a 2:31 lap time is only about the pace a global MX-5 cup car runs around COTA, with literally a Read more

4h
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Would have been a better story if he had average-usage monthly payment plan, and six months from now there was a true-up of $1500+

4h
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My last house had no natural gas line and my natural gas bill was zero dollars. Now at this house, just because I HAPPEN to have natural gas and HAPPEN to use it daily, I’m now getting billed for it?! How is it fair to get billed for something I never had to pay for before? How does that makes sense?

4h
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Sean Tucker is amazing. I got these shots of him at Fort Worth-Alliance back in 2017.

8h
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Well everyone else would be in more danger, but this would offer Klaus significant protection against decapitation.

8h
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What I want to know is why one guy gets six screens, while the other gets one.

8h
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Yeah that’s like #1 - eye contact, and a head check or hand wave

9h
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This sounds terrifying. I worked at a plant that has many forklifts, but many I mean 100+ running around at all times. That was not something I wanted to get hit by, making eye contact with the driver to make sure they see you is a pretty important part of forklift safety.