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    Right up the tailpipes...

    A pair of snaps of the F/A-18 Super Hornet from last weekend's show. First time seeing one fly myself, and was surprised at just how loud it was! Almost on par with the F-35A which is a real ear...
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    Definitely NOT a good look for Luzerne here.

    Definitely NOT a good look for Luzerne here.
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    I'll sit beside ya, but mine will have Old Bay on...

    I'll sit beside ya, but mine will have Old Bay on top. :)
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    Yet ask the public about such semantics, and...

    Yet ask the public about such semantics, and 99.999% don't know, or care a whiff. A trend only likely to continue as onliners, and chains proliferate. Frankly, most would likely LOL at the vitriol...
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    There's a little bit of compression from the tele...

    There's a little bit of compression from the tele lens of course, so they look a bit closer than they really were. In reality, the lead plane probably had 4 or 5 feet of space ahead of the trailing....
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    Those big fat old radials have such a lovely...

    Those big fat old radials have such a lovely growl - and while the jets screaming by in full afterburner are always immensely cool, there's just something they'll never quite have when compared to...
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    Two of a kind....or...just the tips? :)

    A cheeky pair of T-6 Texans (or SNJ's...or Harvards...depending on your preference) flying in extremely tight formation at last weekend's Utah Air Show.

    https://uilleann.org/Temporary-Files/T-6.jpg
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    Personal preference. Almost no manufacturers...

    Personal preference. Almost no manufacturers make their frames that way (if they have replaceable pads) however. And D or teardrop pads will almost always come large end up. There is absolutely no...
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    *Grabs popcorn*

    *Grabs popcorn*
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    In fairness, I've attended countless classes over...

    In fairness, I've attended countless classes over the decxades taught but "master" and "advanced" opticians, and all manner of licenses from across the country - and more than a few were precisely...
  11. Sorry....who??

    Sorry....who??
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    Should be do-able, but I certainly wouldn't want...

    Should be do-able, but I certainly wouldn't want to be the one to surface it! Not sure if digital cutting allows that range or not, but of course small and ROUND would be the order of the day. The...
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    Everyone KNOOOOOWS that 418 is the singular...

    Everyone KNOOOOOWS that 418 is the singular wavelength to block! Those 426 rubes are creating a far more dangerous lens - The public deserves to know!

    I WANT TO BELIEVE! :cool:
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    Kid tested...Dr K APPROVED! :giggle:

    Kid tested...Dr K APPROVED! :giggle:
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    I KNOW! I can barely see anymore what with all...

    I KNOW! I can barely see anymore what with all this toxic, radioactive, cellulite inducing, tax liability raising, rush-hour traffic extending, blue light inundating my delicate little retinas! The...
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    So do every one of the "dangerous blue light...

    So do every one of the "dangerous blue light blocking" lenses. It's all reptilian grease. *shrug*
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    Why not just tint any old lens...

    Why not just tint any old lens yellow/orange/brown 1, slap an AR on top, and go?
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    In *all* my years of dancing this jig, I've only...

    In *all* my years of dancing this jig, I've only had one office that didn't simply collect payment up front (which is what everyone else does also - doubly so for custom manufactured products). The...
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    Yep! Hehehehe :biggrin::giggle:

    Yep! Hehehehe :biggrin::giggle:
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    Seiko Surmount possibly. But this really is not...

    Seiko Surmount possibly. But this really is not a question with one answer, andmore than there being a single shoe to fit every foot.
  21. Thanks Gents. It was a much needed moment out...

    Thanks Gents. It was a much needed moment out under the stars. Tried something a little different in shortening the dept of field a bit to fuzz the stars purposefully, and accentuate their color. ...
  22. Rivers of milk - Toadstools - and the summer night sky

    This was taken on the morning of what would have been Mom's 79th birthday. I'm not a religious person at all, but I am intrigued by the concept that when we pass from this life, the atoms,...
  23. No. Material, AR, lens design (aspheric,...

    No. Material, AR, lens design (aspheric, lenticular, etc) are not add ons. They're critical components of any decent lens, and I disagree sharply that they shouldn't be basics added to EVERY lens...
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    *Admittedly, I haven't yet watched the video, but...*

    My question for the room - WHY do you still call things "add-ons"??? It's insane.

    Wheels or an engine for a car are not add-ons.
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    Yeah, I've done the "Dr Rx change" thing in the...

    Yeah, I've done the "Dr Rx change" thing in the past, and in reality it doesn't come up that often at all. Just wondered what the rest of yinz might have found in your daily travels down the road to...
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