Saturday, August 29, 2015
YouTube has me tearing out my hair. And I don't have that much left to tear out.
This is just a mini review. I'll be testing this charger more and more to see how it works out for me. I will be working it up to use with a 12V Charge controller to see both how it handles charging larger batteries plus how well it works with various 12v accessories and charging my various camera batteries and stuff.
If you would like to see more stuff like this, leave me a comment. I've been thinking about doing a video on some lightweight camping gear and also some more videos on emergency preparedness.
Published on Aug 29, 2015
This skinny pup was found alone on the streets with a huge infected wound. Luckily the person who found him knew just the place to take him!
If you are interested in helping with animals in the future, please visit http://www.vetranchrescue.org to learn more about what we do and to donate if you would like. We are a registered 501(c)(3), tax exempt non-profit organization. There is no shortage of pets in need, so every donation means more lives we can positively change. If you are not able to donate, please enjoy the videos and share if you like them!!!
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Friday, August 28, 2015
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These two people are on video of stealing one handgun and possibly a second handgun and a notebook computer. They are also suspected of hitting a friend of mine's pickup truck outside in the parking lot.
"Corpus Christi police detectives need the public's help identifying a couple they believe stole a firearm at a gun show.
The owner of a the gun told police a man and woman collaborated to steal a stainless steel Derringer pistol from a display table at a gun show Sunday at the Al Amin Shrine Temple.
Surveillance video, released Wednesday by police, shows a man walking up to the table while talking on a cellphone, according to a police news release."
In that video the lady in the back right wearing the pink shirt is my friend's wife. They had their own table at the show.
If you know who this people are are having any information about them or their whereabouts call the Corpus Christi Police Criminal Investigations Division at (361) 886-2840.
Or you can call Corpus Christi Crime Stoppers by calling (361) 888-8477 or online at http://www.888TIPS.com
If you blog in the Corpus Area, please consider posting this on your blog.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Published on Aug 27, 2015
I have been offered a chance to do a video on a real live example of a Pancor Jackhammer - one of only a couple examples in existence. I would love to do it, but it requires me to fly cross-country for just this video and I simply don't have the budget to do that. So, I am running an IndieGoGo campaign to fund my travel costs. If enough folks are interested in getting a look at this gun, I will be able to make it happen.
I may or may not be able to shoot it - I am still waiting to get confirmation on that one way or the other from the owner. So I can't promise firing footage, but I can promise history and complete disassembly.
I went up over 6000 posts. Wow. 6000+ posts and I forgot my own anniversary of when I started blogging back in May of 2007. According to Blogger, I've got over 715k page views in those 8+ years and I've averaging about 23k page views a month. I screenshotted my all time state for page views, maybe you'll find them intersting.
Progressive Rock 1971 USA
01. All Of Them Witches (8:56)
02. Done (5:48)
03. Sins (4:47)
04. Look Again (11:05)
05. Wasted Time (4:48)
06. Iceberg (5:13)
07. Done (mono 45 version) (2:53)
08. Sins (mono 45 version) (2:57)
The sole album from this Levittown (US) quintet is an interesting amalgamation of prog, hard rock and psychedelic.
The lengthy opener, “All of Them Witches” appears to be a thinly-veiled anti-drug song, whose lyrics can be interpreted as a symbolic diatribe about the vocalist’s heroin-ravaged friends. Belsky’s nasty guitar solos are vicious but thankfully don’t succumb to overindulgence. Side One concludes with both sides of the band’s only single, “Done” which are also presented as bonus tracks in their original (tighter and shorter by almost half) mono mixes. Elaborate solo keyboard arrangements may appeal to Yes and Asia fans.
Female vocalist, Lyne Bunn takes the mic on the flip, “Sins” which she co-wrote with Belsky, and which is also a typical early-70s bar band rocker, with Belsky’s guitar runs a little more flamboyant this time around.
The tender, dreamy ballad, “Wasted Time” once again features Belsky’s tasty guitar solos married to Venier’s Pink Floydian, wah-wah keyboard flourishes. It’s easily a winner.
Still, fans of 1970s hard rock may get a few spins out of the epic side two opener, the 11+ minute, “Look Again”, which opens with Venier’s ruminating solo, a la Jethro Tull’s “Locomotive Breath”. The ensuing 5-minute jam is highlighted once again by Belsky’s mouthwatering soloing and drummer, John Fragos’ voracious skinpounding. This is early 1970s hard rock with that “local bar band” feel.
The band was ready to record another album when they had problems with their management and ended up splitting.
- Richard Belsky / lead guitar
- Lyne Bunn (Joey Lyne) / vocals, percussion
- John Fragos / drums, percussion, gong
- Jim Monahan / vocals, guitar
- Tom Rubino / bass
- Paul Venier / vocals, keyboards, percussion