July 23rd, 2009 — Sharka pix
Just a quick blog post to show off a photo I snapped of Sharka during a lightning storm. Greased Lightning – one exposure for 3 seconds.
After getting my suspension all set where I wanted it, it was time for an alignment. I went over to Boulevard Automotive (2nd and Candelaria) and had Keith work his magic. $100 and some change and I went from basket case handling to smooth and precise. Well worth it.
Transformers Animated’s Prowl takes the Plastic 52 slot from Prime this week. I found (finally!) the Samurai armor version of him at Target last weekend and have been scheming on a photo that would do him justice…
A new Plastic52 photo. I don’t imagine this one will be very popular, but I wanted to play with my long-stacks G1 Prime in the lightbox. The fact that the Revoltech Megatron gun fit so perfectly in his hand made this a MUST-SHOOT. =) Plastic 52, week 3.
I managed to get Firefox 3.5 working in Ubuntu Intrepid before it was released in the official repository. Check out how. Please forgive the ranting.
A really smart guy named Dan who posts on ClubRoadster came up with this really cool upper shock mount (known in the biz as a tophat) that lets you slam the hell out of a Miata while retaining full suspension travel. I’ve lusted after them for months. I finally bought and installed a set. As you can see above, it went well. Read on for the full install.
The Stig was just revealed on BBC. It’s like they told me Santa Claus was real.
The idea for this shot was an easy one. I walk someone named Grimlock between 2 and 4 miles a day. =) If only all ideas were this easy.
This news is woefully old. I’ve had the Link installed for almost 2 months and haven’t updated my blog! I feel ashamed. I’m hanging my head even now while typing this.
The Hunted I decided to restart Plastic52 on flickr. That’s where you take a picture of the same toy every week for a whole year. I finished my first year of Optimus Prime pix a while ago and tried to do a 2nd year with the Decepticon Revoltechs. I couldn’t consistently come up with ideas […]