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Old 03-06-2008, 08:52 PM   #121
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Ian and Ax, you two are so cute with your transportation-vehicle obsessions.
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I nearly killed myself trying to look at a plane while i was driving this morning




and i own an aviation airband scanner and some of my most listened to things in iTunes are live air traffic control feeds
I really need to get a scanner to pick up the railway frequencies.

I've got ... shit, ~100 photos to import from this morning's brief photography session. I only walked from William Street to the Telstra Dome! That's two blocks, plus a bridge over the railway.
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Ian and Ax, you two are so cute with your transportation-vehicle obsessions.
To that, i respond with one of my photos.

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You, my friend, are made of SuperWin.
It's only the Telstra Dome, so nothing really exciting, but I figured that since I was down there, I'd take a few shots. Tried to get the trams with the stadium a few times. Just importing everything to my computer now, so hopefully at least some of the shots are worth uploading and posting.

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And i was planning on taking my camera down to Britomart sometime too, lol.
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Ian and Ax, you two are so cute with your transportation-vehicle obsessions.
Well, that's why we're your husbands, right? ... right?
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I just wrote up a note and photographed it for that handwriting thread. Word.
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To that, i respond with one of my photos.


That photo did show up originally.

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Also, Westpac = awesome.

I just got signed up to seemingly everything with them, except for the dangerous credit card and overdraft (which i couldn't get until i have a job anyway)

Internets and phone banking, two savings accounts and a debit card. And no money!
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It's only the Telstra Dome, so nothing really exciting, but I figured that since I was down there, I'd take a few shots. Tried to get the trams with the stadium a few times. Just importing everything to my computer now, so hopefully at least some of the shots are worth uploading and posting.
It's not even a dome, ffs.

Hopefully in either my two hour break on Monday or Tuesday i'll wander down for a look around.
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That photo did show up originally.

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How crap.
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It's not even a dome, ffs.

Hopefully in either my two hour break on Monday or Tuesday i'll wander down for a look around.
Didn't you hear? Any stadium with a roof is a dome!

Personally, I hate all these sponsorship names. Docklands Stadium >>>>>>>> Telstra Dome.
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It's like that in America too. The ones without sponsor names are always better.

Philadelphia has ... Lincoln Financial Field (nicknamed "The Linc"), Citizens Bank Park (four years and no nickname), Wachovia Center (no nickname), and The Spectrum. Which one do you think wins?
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Unless the location you play in is in danger of an asteroid hit, no stadium should be a dome.
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By the way, guys, the next Superthread will be the Blue Balls Superthread, celebrating both Blue Ball, Pennsylvania's: the one in Cleafield Co. and the one in Lancaster Co.

Pennsylvania also has towns called Intercourse, Virginville, and, my personal favorite, Bird-in-Hand.

But yes, both Blue Ball's deserve to be celebrated, so the next will be the Blue Balls Superthread.
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