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Thursday, 11 December 2014

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How do those speakers sound with no wires?

I couldn't help noticing the loudspeakers were not connected... speaking of which, what are those?

[http://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/2012/08/speakers-part-ii.html --Mike]

Awww...Butters! I always love to see pictures of him. Such a beautiful dog.

My doggie, Jazz, moves her racquetballs all around the house. The floor is a veritable minefield. In fact, this morning, I stashed most of her balls out of sight, out of mind.

Dogs are always OK, and stereo stuff is interesting.

I know we aren't supposed to ask about why the speakers are missing cables so I won't ask. However I feel compelled to mention that I have reverted back to vinyl LP's in the world of HiFI with only a 2 channel tube amp and a turntable only. No digital streaming or CD's. I guess my next camera fixation will have to be an old Nikon film SLR with tri-x to offset all of the digital stuff and clear my head of computers. Its kind of funny how music / hifi and photography go together in a gear/equipment way with analog vs digital world.

I am glad the racquetballs are working out but at the risk of being a wet blanket just be careful. Many dogs each year end up in surgery from swallowing them. I long ago stopped being surprised as to what dogs would eat.

This is a great link that you might appreciate purely from a visual aspect as well as a cautionary tale http://www.veterinarypracticenews.com/2014-x-ray-contest-winners/

Is it just me, or does Butters look a bit like the RCA dog?

You can use your old—too short for the new TOP HQ?—speaker cables to hang your photos, if the wires are not too thick (12 gauge or less).

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