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  1. My friend rested the day before yesterday. 59 years. Many other clubs showed their respects. A great person, kind, loving, always taking care of the weakest boys in the cycling peloton Our club will place a commemorative plaque on one of his favorite routes.
    9 points
  2. Gemelli pasta con fungi, pollo, basil, Cambozola, truffle.
    5 points
  3. Taste is subjective. An educated opinion from a grilling icon https://barbecuebible.com/2020/09/22/steak-three-ways-which-cooking-method-is-best/?fbclid=IwAR0iY6pOz5xvVQnqkxw_5MI3PUmqUilaGHEABGrHqYtuuMJ8w7jOb8Pj7_4
    4 points
  4. Got out for an early morning ride this morning to meet a friend that's doing a double-metric today. I offered to pull him for the first 25miles or so so I rode 20 miles up to the starting point, played locomotive for an hour or so, and then turned home. Other than the 98% humidity it was near perfect conditions.
    4 points
  5. Reverse sear is definitely my new favorite way to do steak, and I like the idea of smoking to temp. I'll have to try that.
    3 points
  6. Super-thin Piaget wrist watch
    3 points
  7. Aside from the soundtrack significance (first film with continuous music) there was an urban legend about one of the lines Lugosi had with Karloff in The Black Cat. It was said that it was filmed before Lugosi could speak English and that he performed his lines phonetically. Who knows for sure? Always a great talking point for Creature Features hosts.
    3 points
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  9. That's pretty impressive. I just did a pokey little ride to finish my September climbing challenge:
    2 points
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  11. In case it’s not obvious, they’re linked to the Monterey Jazz Fest.
    2 points
  12. Test Tone @ Home live right now: https://mixlr.com/illuminator/
    2 points
  13. I have been doing steaks and even tri-tip this way. Take it to about 20 degrees below your desired temp, wrap and remove, crank to searing temp, unwrap and sear until 5 degrees below desired temp. Remove and let rest as it will continue to cook. Serve
    1 point
  14. Lots of fantastic tutorials. My favs are the ones from Kenny Gioia/ Reapermania/Kennymania Very comprehensive. http://www.kennymania.com/reaper-videos/ Also Jon on The Reaper Blog is very cool and would likely answer your emails https://www.youtube.com/user/audiogeekzine
    1 point
  15. I was BBQing a steak in the dark last night which became very distracting when the bats started doing dive bomb maneuvers just over my head then the coyotes started barking what seemed less than a fifty meters away. Sheesh, the animal kingdom needs to learn social distancing too.
    1 point
  16. Pfft, big time lawyers don’t give a shit about tiny price tags like that. Quit playing.
    1 point
  17. RIP Juliette Gréco. Actress for/with Jean Cocteau, Ingrid Bergman, Orson Welles and Ava Gardner, muse for Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus, and longtime girlfriend of Miles Davis. That's a life. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-44230634
    1 point
  18. My sainted mother is visiting from Marthas Vineyard, so I've been showing her a few old films. Last night we watched The Black Cat (1934), which stars Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff. Both men were at the peak of their careers, coming off the huge success of Dracula and Frankenstein (both 1931) respectively. I saw The Black Cat many years ago because of ...well, me obsessing over electronic music. The Norwegian collective known as Neural Network in this case. Their second album Modernité is an unknown ambient classic. However, their first album Brain-State-In-A-Box is th
    1 point
  19. Got a little over halfway framing my latest project... A 7' tall x 20' long set of monkey bars for a 5 year old boy. It's a former client, and she requested me, and my company just told her to let me have the project. It's a bit small for them to mess with. Of course it's overbuilt and it's kind of a fun little project. I'll snap some pics when it's done.
    1 point
  20. Here is my T2 power supply, now with Pro Bias Maida regulator style. The small board with three blue filter capacitors is the 21st Century Maida Regulator by Tom Christiansen producing 580 volts after change of resistor. The Maida regulator replaces the 10m90s current source with Zener string and filters. I feed the regulator with unregulated 660 VDC. Only 5.1M resistor on psu board is used. Works great. P.S. still need some wire clean up… will probably never happen
    1 point
  21. Test Tone @ Home live right now: https://mixlr.com/illuminator/
    1 point
  22. RIP Sci-Fi Designer Ron Cobb https://www.cinemablend.com/news/2555223/mark-hamill-pays-tribute-to-star-wars-designer-ron-cobb https://film-book.com/ron-cobb-the-artist-behind-star-wars-alien-and-back-to-the-future-has-died-at-83/
    0 points
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