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  • RWBRWB Icrontian
    edited Nov 2003
    well, normally I wouldn't admit I even have a Digital Camera, but I do... and you will see why when you see the following pictures, mind you though, they have been fixed up.

    This is my best, my Digicam is horrid with the blue, leaving HUGE errors, so I blurred that channel out and then again on the Green channel with Dust and Scratches, overall nice outcome.
    desktop001.jpg

    Tried something new in this one, didn't come out as nice, but ohh well...
    desktop002.jpg

    I did no altering to this image though, except all the naming of objects ;)
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  • MrBillMrBill Missouri Member
    edited Nov 2003
    Here's my desk, er....rather table in the basement. :D
  • MrBillMrBill Missouri Member
    edited Nov 2003
    Before moving in with the in-laws....(I miss MY house). ;)
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  • SimGuySimGuy Ottawa, Canada
    edited Nov 2003
    Updated desk shot. Mainly got new books and a new monitor (taken roughly 3 months ago).

    Leishi, that's an awesome NEC MultiSync you have there. 19"? 21"?
  • Mr_BojinglesMr_Bojingles Northern Michigan
    edited Nov 2003
    This is where my main rig lives :) (The others live in the other room)
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  • ThraxThrax Professional Shill, Pokémaster, Watch Slut, Mumble Hivemind Drone Austin, TX Icrontian
    edited Nov 2003
    Holy ****...Canada Dry DOES come from Canada!
  • leishi85leishi85 Grand Rapids, MI Icrontian
    edited Nov 2003
    SimGuy had this to say
    Updated desk shot. Mainly got new books and a new monitor (taken roughly 3 months ago).

    Leishi, that's an awesome NEC MultiSync you have there. 19"? 21"?

    IT's a 22, i love this monitor, it's huge, very heavy, 70some odd pounds.
  • edited Nov 2003
    Hip Hip Hooray, for generic monitors! thats a 21in i pulled out of a garbage can on the right, stupid buisnesses are so wasteful.
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  • Geeky1Geeky1 University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA, USA)
    edited Nov 2003
    Lipid, looking at that folding table, I'd say that you're really asking for it.

    It's bowed under the weight of those computers... I'd say that the question is not if it'll collapse under the weight, but when. If I were you, I'd either get a new desk, or reinforce that one. A few 2x4s screwed onto the underside of the table should be enough.
  • a2jfreaka2jfreak Houston, TX Member
    edited Dec 2003
    It appears that he might have reinforced it with the handy man's favorite tool: duct tape.
  • TemplarTemplar You first.
    edited Dec 2003
    a2jfreak had this to say
    It appears that he might have reinforced it with the handy man's favorite tool: duct tape.

    So it appears that way..

    Duct Tape seems to becoming a universal constant :)
  • Geeky1Geeky1 University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA, USA)
    edited Dec 2003
    Alabama Chrome is not a prominent structural component in most things for a reason, you know...
  • a2jfreaka2jfreak Houston, TX Member
    edited Dec 2003
    Hey buddy, you're stealing my line when you call it "Alabama chrome!" Thief! :)

    Ever seen the "Red Green Show?" I used to watch it every once in a while on PBS (no idea if it still comes on or not). Anyway, he used to always have "handy man projects" and of course the main--and only essential--tool was duct tape. He always managed to screw up whatever he touched, but it was hilarious seeing him trying to build some contraption using scrap from the junk yard and duct tape.
  • SimGuySimGuy Ottawa, Canada
    edited Dec 2003
    a2jfreak had this to say
    Hey buddy, you're stealing my line when you call it "Alabama chrome!" Thief! :)

    Ever seen the "Red Green Show?" I used to watch it every once in a while on PBS (no idea if it still comes on or not). Anyway, he used to always have "handy man projects" and of course the main--and only essential--tool was duct tape. He always managed to screw up whatever he touched, but it was hilarious seeing him trying to build some contraption using scrap from the junk yard and duct tape.

    Good ol' pure Canadian fun. Steve Smith and The Red Green Show. Still airs Friday nights on the CBC up here. :)

    One day, I watched the guy turn an 87 K Car into a lawn tractor with the use of a ceiling fan, duct tape, a few pieces of rope and some sharpened lawnmower blades. I don't know where he comes up with this stuff, but it's hilarious :)
  • Geeky1Geeky1 University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA, USA)
    edited Dec 2003
    Where does he come up with it?

    Never seen the show, but my best guess is in the local bar, after he's had a few drinks...
  • ArmoArmo Mr. Nice Guy Is Dead,Only Aqua Remains
    edited Dec 2003
    Mr Bill wins for most ramdom object, an inflatable canoe
  • edited Dec 2003
    Exscuse me !! lol ;) you didnt see me complaining about ur messy room ^_^ any way..lol i did move my stuff, that was just tempoary till i finished my new desk i was building I will hook you up with a picture later.
  • MrBillMrBill Missouri Member
    edited Dec 2003
    Armogeddon00 had this to say
    Mr Bill wins for most ramdom object, an inflatable canoe
    LMAO! There's something more random in that picture than the inflatable canoe, but I'm not going to point it out. :D
  • a2jfreaka2jfreak
    doesn't see anything all that "random."
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    Mr Bill wins for most ramdom object, an ...
    Houston, TX Member
    edited Dec 2003
    doesn't see anything all that "random."
    MrBill had this to say
    Armogeddon00 had this to say
    Mr Bill wins for most ramdom object, an inflatable canoe
    LMAO! There's something more random in that picture than the inflatable canoe, but I'm not going to point it out. :D
  • gibbonslgibbonsl Grand Forks AFB
    edited Jul 2004
    could not find a simuler thread around here so her i go ;D
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  • mmonninmmonnin Centreville, VA
    edited Jul 2004
    Looks like Terry/TbonZ on your screen.
  • gibbonslgibbonsl Grand Forks AFB
    edited Jul 2004
    at the time i was going through the yearbook thread

    kinda gave me the idea for this thread
  • mmonninmmonnin Centreville, VA
    edited Jul 2004
    I think its bad I can recognize that even tho its so small.

    There are several older threads around here somewhere like this.
  • gibbonslgibbonsl Grand Forks AFB
    edited Jul 2004
    i did a search but could not find any.

    must have not used the right key words.
  • JengoJengo Sedro-Woolley, WA | USA
    edited Jul 2004
    Nice magazine under your desk!

    :thumbsup:
  • gibbonslgibbonsl Grand Forks AFB
    edited Jul 2004
    :eek2: ;D
  • croc_croc_ Westchester, California
    edited Jul 2004
    Don't laugh!!! :X
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  • entropyentropy Yah-Der-Hey (Wisconsin)
    edited Jul 2004
    This, my friends, is deathly clean. Be proud you have been chosen to be honored with such a picture. Our house is for sale so things need to be constantly relatively tidy in case we get someone who pops in. Wait till we're in our new place for a month...
    Yes indeedy that's a folding chair. Plays hell with my back but I'm too lazy to buy a new one...
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  • DexterDexter Vancouver, BC Canada
    edited Jul 2004
    For those who missed it in Gibbonsl's post:

    Dexter...
  • NomadNomad A Small Piece of Hell Icrontian
    edited Jul 2004
    :p
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