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Wild Elephants salutes the men who rescued their baby elephant from a ditch

Magestic Tuskers
Published on Nov 28, 2017

Wildlife Officials rescue baby elephant from a ditch. Elephant herd salutes the men before leaving In Kerala, India, a baby elephant falls into a ditch (or an abandoned well) and gets trapped there. As the family of wild elephants watches and waits on the other side of the river, local people and forest officials use an earthmover to help the baby get out. Watch when they come running and welcoming the baby, checking whether it is fine. The incredible moment then occurs when the elephant family head turns and salutes the humans, thanking them for saving their little one.

Intelligence, emotion and societal sophistication. Magnificent! Marvelous!

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Mountain People

ozarkwaterpal
Published on Jul 14, 2018

This is a compilation of short interviews with Ozark folks.. some are “back to the landers” and some are “old timers”.. originally videotaped and produced in the 1980’s. Several of the profiles are of people living in Newton County, Arkansas.

This is quite nice. It is all rather close to idyllic, but the need for loot is always there. But they’re all doing just fine at it.

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1968 Howmet TX: a Gas Turbine-powered racer in action at Imola circuit!

19Bozzy92
Published on Oct 30, 2018

During the 2018 Imola Classic event by Peter Auto my friends Davide458Italia, Italiansupercarvideo and I recorded this special race car called Howmet TX. Built in 1968 it was powered by a mid-mounted, two-stage gas turbine engine from Continental Aviation which had originally been developed for use in military helicopters. It was also the first turbine-powered car to win a race (two, to be precise). Using such a engine has led to solve some problems in the development phase such has the immense lag standard turbines have during accelerations plus even the deceleration wasn’t their best. So two wastegates were added between the two turbines working in tune with the throttle: as more throttle was applied the wastegates closed gradually, feeding more and more gasses to the second turbine generating power. On full “boost” engine was able to produce something like 300+ bhp. A great turbine advantage was the fact it didn’t require a standard gearbox, so a single one with just the forward gear was used, plus a quick-change differential that allowed to adapt the final drive ratio to each track. #HowmetTX #TurbineCar #GasTurbine

I have to thank my friends and youtubers Italiansupercarvideo (www.youtube.com/user/Italians…) and Davide458Italia (www.youtube.com/user/davide45…) for letting me use their shots taken during the event and for the great collaboration done. Don’t forget to subscribe to their channels!! — Subscribe to my 2nd channel here: www.youtube.com/channel/UC3XV… You can also find and follow me on: – Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/19bozzy92/ – Facebook: www.facebook.com/19Bozzy92YT – Google+: plus.google.com/1005677812417… – Instagram: www.instagram.com/ste19bozzy92

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These things were rare and they came from my hometown, too, right across the street from the museum.

I regret never getting to see one live and in person but damn these were exciting and just reeked of high-tech American innovation.

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This just in! Received from the boffins…

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NASA’s Voyager 2 Probe Enters Interstellar Space

For the second time in history, a human-made object has reached the space between the stars. NASA’s Voyager 2 probe now has exited the heliosphere – the protective bubble of particles and magnetic fields created by the Sun.

Members of NASA’s Voyager team will discuss the findings at a news conference at 11 a.m. EST (8 a.m. PST) today at the meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) in Washington. The news conference will stream live on the agency’s website.

Comparing data from different instruments aboard the trailblazing spacecraft, mission scientists determined the probe crossed the outer edge of the heliosphere on Nov. 5. This boundary, called the heliopause, is where the tenuous, hot solar wind meets the cold, dense interstellar medium. Its twin, Voyager 1, crossed this boundary in 2012, but Voyager 2 carries a working instrument that will provide first-of-its-kind observations of the nature of this gateway into interstellar space.

Voyager 2 now is slightly more than 11 billion miles (18 billion kilometers) from Earth. Mission operators still can communicate with Voyager 2 as it enters this new phase of its journey, but information – moving at the speed of light – takes about 16.5 hours to travel from the spacecraft to Earth. By comparison, light traveling from the Sun takes about eight minutes to reach Earth.

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Artist’s concept of Voyager 2 with 9 facts listed around it. Image Credit: NASA
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The most compelling evidence of Voyager 2’s exit from the heliosphere came from its onboard Plasma Science Experiment (PLS), an instrument that stopped working on Voyager 1 in 1980, long before that probe crossed the heliopause. Until recently, the space surrounding Voyager 2 was filled predominantly with plasma flowing out from our Sun. This outflow, called the solar wind, creates a bubble – the heliosphere – that envelopes the planets in our solar system. The PLS uses the electrical current of the plasma to detect the speed, density, temperature, pressure and flux of the solar wind. The PLS aboard Voyager 2 observed a steep decline in the speed of the solar wind particles on Nov. 5. Since that date, the plasma instrument has observed no solar wind flow in the environment around Voyager 2, which makes mission scientists confident the probe has left the heliosphere.

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Animated gif showing the plasma data. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
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“Working on Voyager makes me feel like an explorer, because everything we’re seeing is new,” said John Richardson, principal investigator for the PLS instrument and a principal research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge. “Even though Voyager 1 crossed the heliopause in 2012, it did so at a different place and a different time, and without the PLS data. So we’re still seeing things that no one has seen before.”

In addition to the plasma data, Voyager’s science team members have seen evidence from three other onboard instruments – the cosmic ray subsystem, the low energy charged particle instrument and the magnetometer – that is consistent with the conclusion that Voyager 2 has crossed the heliopause. Voyager’s team members are eager to continue to study the data from these other onboard instruments to get a clearer picture of the environment through which Voyager 2 is traveling.

“There is still a lot to learn about the region of interstellar space immediately beyond the heliopause,” said Ed Stone, Voyager project scientist based at Caltech in Pasadena, California.

Together, the two Voyagers provide a detailed glimpse of how our heliosphere interacts with the constant interstellar wind flowing from beyond. Their observations complement data from NASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX), a mission that is remotely sensing that boundary. NASA also is preparing an additional mission – the upcoming Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP), due to launch in 2024 – to capitalize on the Voyagers’ observations.

“Voyager has a very special place for us in our heliophysics fleet,” said Nicola Fox, director of the Heliophysics Division at NASA Headquarters. “Our studies start at the Sun and extend out to everything the solar wind touches. To have the Voyagers sending back information about the edge of the Sun’s influence gives us an unprecedented glimpse of truly uncharted territory.”

While the probes have left the heliosphere, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 have not yet left the solar system, and won’t be leaving anytime soon. The boundary of the solar system is considered to be beyond the outer edge of the Oort Cloud, a collection of small objects that are still under the influence of the Sun’s gravity. The width of the Oort Cloud is not known precisely, but it is estimated to begin at about 1,000 astronomical units (AU) from the Sun and to extend to about 100,000 AU. One AU is the distance from the Sun to Earth. It will take about 300 years for Voyager 2 to reach the inner edge of the Oort Cloud and possibly 30,000 years to fly beyond it.

The Voyager probes are powered using heat from the decay of radioactive material, contained in a device called a radioisotope thermal generator (RTG). The power output of the RTGs diminishes by about four watts per year, which means that various parts of the Voyagers, including the cameras on both spacecraft, have been turned off over time to manage power.

“I think we’re all happy and relieved that the Voyager probes have both operated long enough to make it past this milestone,” said Suzanne Dodd, Voyager project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California. “This is what we’ve all been waiting for. Now we’re looking forward to what we’ll be able to learn from having both probes outside the heliopause.”

Voyager 2 launched in 1977, 16 days before Voyager 1, and both have traveled well beyond their original destinations. The spacecraft were built to last five years and conduct close-up studies of Jupiter and Saturn. However, as the mission continued, additional flybys of the two outermost giant planets, Uranus and Neptune, proved possible. As the spacecraft flew across the solar system, remote-control reprogramming was used to endow the Voyagers with greater capabilities than they possessed when they left Earth. Their two-planet mission became a four-planet mission. Their five-year lifespans have stretched to 41 years, making Voyager 2 NASA’s longest running mission.

The Voyager story has impacted not only generations of current and future scientists and engineers, but also Earth’s culture, including film, art and music. Each spacecraft carries a Golden Record of Earth sounds, pictures and messages. Since the spacecraft could last billions of years, these circular time capsules could one day be the only traces of human civilization.

Voyager’s mission controllers communicate with the probes using NASA’s Deep Space Network (DSN), a global system for communicating with interplanetary spacecraft. The DSN consists of three clusters of antennas inGoldstone, California; Madrid, Spain; and Canberra, Australia.

The Voyager Interstellar Mission is a part of NASA’s Heliophysics System Observatory, sponsored by the Heliophysics Division of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. JPL built and operates the twin Voyager spacecraft. NASA’s DSN, managed by JPL, is an international network of antennas that supports interplanetary spacecraft missions and radio and radar astronomy observations for the exploration of the solar system and the universe. The network also supports selected Earth-orbiting missions. The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia’s national science agency, operates both the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, part of the DSN, and the Parkes Observatory, which NASA has been using to downlink data from Voyager 2 since Nov. 8.

For more information about the Voyager mission, visit:

www.nasa.gov/voyager

More information about NASA’s Heliophysics missions is available online at:

www.nasa.gov/sunearth

Hahaha, Vger has left the building! Now they’re both out there.

This is so cool, this is seriously exciting to me.

Now we’ll be able to clearly see the real makeup of space and be free of the noise of the heliosphere. There will be revelations and discoveries and wondrous new surprises. I have learned in my decades that the farther out you go, the weirder it gets.

Of this there is no doubt and for this we are grateful.

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What we saw on The Southern Patrol 2018 – Sharkhunters with Harry Cooper

omegamanradio
Published on Nov 5, 2018

Episode 5769 – What we saw on The Southern Patrol 2018 – Sharkhunters with Harry Cooper

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Gosh, if only I could go on one of Harry’s Patrols… what a treat! I dream of going on an Argentinian Patrol or three.

I am proud to be Sharkhunters Member #8232 in support of pure, undisturbed History. Sharkhunters have unequaled access to places (and minds) that are eingang verboten to lesser forces. That goes for current events, too, as members know. It is simply the real deal, no more, no less.

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Raw Sounds from InSight’s Seismometer on Mars

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Uploaded on Dec 7, 2018

Listen to raw, unprocessed data from the seismometer on NASA’s InSight spacecraft of vibrations caused by wind moving over the solar panels on Mars. A subwoofer or earphones are needed to hear this clip. The sounds were recorded by two of the three short-period sensors on the seismometer (SEIS). The audio is available for download at NASA.gov/sounds. JPL manages InSight for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. InSight is part of NASA’s Discovery Program, managed by the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. France’s national space agency, Centre National d’Études Spatiales (CNES), Paris, leads the consortium that provided SEIS. The principal investigator for SEIS is Philippe Lognonné of the Institute of Earth Physics of Paris (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, or IPGP). Imperial College, London, and Oxford University made the short-period sensors.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/CNES/UKSA/Imperial College London/Oxford/ETH

For years I have anxiously awaited audio from Mars. And I am smitten… regardless of the fact that this is from a seismometer and not a microphone.

I seem to recall being told a good while back that there’s a mic on Curiosity, but I am not sure, now, as we’ve certainly not heard a peep from it if it exists.

The .wav files below are from Insight Mars Wind.

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More Audible Sounds from InSight’s Seismometer on Mars

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Uploaded on Dec 7, 2018

More Audible Sounds from InSight’s Seismometer on Mars Listen to data from the seismometer on NASA’s InSight spacecraft of vibrations caused by Martian wind moving over the lander’s solar panels. In this version, the data have been processed to raise the frequencies by two octaves to make them more audible. Both the processed and unprocessed audio are available for download at nasa.gov/sounds.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/CNES/UKSA/Imperial College London/Oxford/ETH

better bass:

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Sounds from InSight’s Pressure Sensor on Mars

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Uploaded on Dec 7, 2018

Listen to data from the air pressure sensor on NASA’s InSight lander, indicating wind blowing by on Mars. The data were sped up by a factor of 100, shortening the duration of the recording and shifting it up in frequency 100 times (a little more than six octaves).

For more information on the InSight mission, visit https://mars.nasa.gov/insight

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/CNES/Cornell

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WooHoo! It’s new and it’s a biggun!

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What has two short, chunky arms, a mane of feathery gills, and a sleek, green-marbled, eel-like body as long as your leg? No guesses? Meet the reticulated siren, a massive, two and a half foot-long salamander, described for the first time in a paper published today in the journal PLOS ONE, hailing from the remote, secluded wilds of *checks notes* southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.

Sirens are a small family of unusual salamanders found throughout the Southeastern U.S. and parts of Mexico. They are entirely aquatic, living in swamps and ponds and keeping their bushy external gills through adulthood. Ranging from a few inches to over three feet long, sirens have shrimpy forelimbs, and have ditched their hindlimbs altogether, leaving only a long, eel-like body and tail fin. Their name comes from their mermaid-adjacent body plan and their occasional “singing” and croaking.

Knowledge of the reticulated siren didn’t just spring into being overnight. For decades, the salamander had an almost mythical status in herpetology circles.

Sean Graham, a biologist at Sul Ross State University, author of American Snakes, and lead author on the new study, first heard about the enigmatic “leopard eel” in the early 2000s. “It was almost a rumored thing, almost like a unicorn,” he recounted. “Some biologists were familiar with it and had seen it.”

Hearing those biologists’ stories and seeing the handful of preserved specimens that were collected years ago left an impression. “I thought ‘holy crap, this is a big siren species that’s really obviously different,’ boldly colored and crazy looking!” Graham said. About ten years ago, while in graduate school at Auburn University, he mentioned the siren’s possible existence to then-fellow student David Steen, now a research ecologist at the Georgia Sea Turtle Center and coauthor on the study.

“We wanted to describe this mysterious siren that others had noted as occurring in southern Alabama,” Steen said. “But we had no real claim to the project; we knew that if we wanted to work on this species we had to find one in the wild ourselves.”

Graham and Steen periodically visited the salamander’s purported turf, but came back empty handed every time. Then, in 2009, Steen captured one in the Florida Panhandle.

Read the rest and find out how they did it…
Nearly Mythical 3-Foot-Long Swamp Salamander Is Officially a Real Species

I have loved salamanders ever since I started exploring the woods… well before my 10th. They’re just neat.

I dig this newly categorized Siren reticulata fellow. Nifty keen! And nice and big… a meter is big, eh?

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Charley Pride – Louisiana Man

When The Cowboy Sings
Published on Dec 8, 2018

Charley Pride Louisiana Man – Live On Hee Haw

The song was eventually covered by more than 800 artists . The recording of Charley Pride is recorded in 1969, for the album, The Sensational Charley Pride (RCA 1969) . Song History whenthecowboysings.net/charle… Charley Pride – Louisiana Man

Lyrics

At first mom and papa called their little boy Ned
They raised him on the banks of the river bed
A houseboat tied to a big tall tree
a home for my papa and my mama and me

The clock strikes three papa jumps to his feet
Already mama’s cookin’ papa somethin’ to eat
At half past papa he’s ready to go
he jumps in his piro headed down the bayou

He’s got fishin’ lines strung across the Louisiana Rivers
Gotta catch a big fish for us to eat
Headin’ traps in the swamps
catchin’ everythin’ he can

Gotta make a livin’ he’s a Louisiana man
gotta make a livin’ he’s a Louisiana man

Muskrat hides a hangin’ by the dozen
even got a lady mink a muskrat’s cousin
Pile of hide drying in the hot hot sun
tomorrow papa’s gonna turn them into mon

Well they call mama Rita and my daddy Jack
A little baby brother on the floor that’s Mac
Riz and Liz are the family twins
big brother Ed’s on the bayou fishin’

On the river float papa’s great big boat
that’s how my papa goes into town
He takes every bit of the night and day
Then ever reach the place where the people stay

I can hardly wait till tomorrow comes around
That’s the day my papa takes the furs to town
Papa promised me that I could go
even let me see a cowboy show

I saw the cowboys and Indians for the first time then
I told my papa  I gotta go again
Papa said son we got the lines to run
we’ll come back again first there’s work to be done

He’s got fishin’ lines…

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I liked Charlie, he was cool.

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Alfa 4C Mole, guidata per la prima volta – Alfa 4C Mole, driven for the first time

Motor1 Italia
Published on Jul 9, 2018

La prima volta su strada dell’Alfa Romeo Mole Costruzione Artigianale 001, la speciale 4C di Up Design che cattura gli sguardi e l’interesse di tutti. Una vera regina della carrozzeria italiana.

The first time on the road of the Alfa Romeo Mole Artisanal Construction 001, the special 4C of Up Design that captures the looks and interest of all. A true queen of Italian bodywork.

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A most impressive machine.

Don’t know what’s being said, unfortunately.

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BMW M4. I love this grill treatment… very classy.

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Lamborghini Countach LP400S

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McLaren 720S Novitec N-Largo

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Leichter Panzerspähwagen [Sdkfz] 222

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Bentley Arnage Red Label 6.7

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1974 Bentley T1

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1980’s Avondale Flamingo 2 berth caravan

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Acura NSX

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Modernized Countach Render

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1937 Chevrolet Suburban

Diggum.

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Blind Faith – Can’t Find My Way Home recorded by Mauro Samuel

Mauro Samuel
Published on Dec 2, 2018

Drums – Antonio Scobinio
Vocal – Amanda Santos
Guitar, Bass, Organ, Harmonica & back vocals – Mauro Samuel

A Blind Faith’s song cover.

Bravo to Amanda Santos, Antonio Scobinio and my long-time YouTube buddy Mauro Samuel for this really nice, soft, smooth rendition of a classic song from the hey day of Rock and Roll. Awesome job by all three of these supertalented musicians. Nice video, too, Mauro.

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The Mars Rover has found a strange shiny object on the Mars Surface.

image credits: NASA / JPL / CalTech

NASA think they may have an idea what it could be, but they are prepared to be surprised.

Nasa has spotted a strange, shiny object lying on the Martian surface. The planet is largely red, dusty and bland, meaning that anything unusual stands out.

The latest discovery is one such object: a shiny lump that is visible on the surface. Now the team behind the Curiosity rover intends to have a proper look at the object, in the hope of finding out what it is.

Though they have their suspicions, they are ready to be surprised.

www.independent.co.uk…

They are actually going to drive over there and check it out. That’s yuge.

They’ve already shot it thrice with a laser for chemical analysis. Currently the main thought is meteorite, but the lab’s still hummin,’ so who knows, eh.

This is a nice thing.

Especially the level of interest. Seems this has been trending in a positive direction for a while now and trust me, it is a great sign (and omen, even) for the future.

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andrewsarchus

Andrewsarchus

weird lookin’ critter!

Andrewsarchus—the World’s Largest Predatory Mammal

by Bob Strauss
Updated September 25, 2018

Andrewsarchus is one of the world’s most tantalizing prehistoric animals: its three-foot-long, toothstudded skull indicates that it was a giant predator, but the fact is that we have no idea what the rest of this mammal’s body looked like.

Andrewsarchus Is Known by a Single Skull

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All we know about Andrewsarchus amounts to a single, three-foot-long, vaguely wolf-shaped skull, discovered in Mongolia in 1923. While the skull clearly belongs to some type of mammal—there are obvious diagnostic markers by which paleontologists can distinguish between reptilian and mammalian bones—the lack of an accompanying skeleton has resulted in nearly a century of confusion, and debate, about what type of animal Andrewsarchus really was.

Andrewsarchus is one of the world’s most tantalizing prehistoric animals: its three-foot-long, toothstudded skull indicates that it was a giant predator, but the fact is that we have no idea what the rest of this mammal’s body looked like.

All we know about Andrewsarchus amounts to a single, three-foot-long, vaguely wolf-shaped skull, discovered in Mongolia in 1923. While the skull clearly belongs to some type of mammal—there are obvious diagnostic markers by which paleontologists can distinguish between reptilian and mammalian bones—the lack of an accompanying skeleton has resulted in nearly a century of confusion, and debate, about what type of animal Andrewsarchus really was.

The Fossil of Andrewsarchus Was Discovered by Roy Chapman Andrews (My Hero!)

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During the 1920’s, the swashbuckling paleontologist Roy Chapman Andrews, sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History in New York, embarked on a series of well-publicized fossil-hunting expeditions to central Asia (then, as it still is now, one of the most remote regions on earth). After its discovery, Andrewsarchus (“Andrews’ ruler”) was named in his honor, though it’s unclear whether Andrews bestowed this name himself or left the task to other members of his team.

Wonderful, wonderful!

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gt350

This Shelby G.T. 350 may be owned by a 98 year old lady as her daily driver. Went for more power so she needed a third hood scoop perched atop Carroll’s fine factory pair. Then again it might not. It might even be a hodgepodge tribute wagen. Or something.

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Roy Clark – 12th Street Rag

When The Cowboy Sings
Published on Oct 31, 2017

The Jimmy Dean Show Roy Clark 12th Street Rag

Guitar Instrumental live on The Jimmy Dean Show

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There are few who are not reduced to awe-struck gibberish after hearing Roy rip one out of those strings.

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Roy Clark’s joyful nature is on display as he plays one of his signature Heritage semi-hollowbody guitars onstage at the Grand Ole Opry. He became a member in 1987. Photo courtesy of GSPI, Inc.

Pics from Roy Clark: 1933–2018 in Premier Guitar.

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Roy Clark in a familiar pose, pickin’ and grinnin’ with his co-host Buck Owens, on the set of Hee Haw. Image courtesy of Time Life

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wally

Here is a great shot of my long-time friend Wally Thomas driving his Thomas Racing Sports Renault at Road Atlanta back in the day. Gosh those were the days. Lots of memories!

Wally has continued on in motorsport and is currently a High Performance Driving and Racing Instructor at Circuit One Events and at Monticello Motor Club.

Neato, eh!

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Buy the DJI Osmo Pocket – A Very Cool 3-Axis Stabilized Handheld Camera – DJI Store

This thing is cool! Look how small it is… it can get anywhere you want it to be.

Single-handed shooting in 4K and it’s stabilized for Hollywood-scene smoothness. And you know it can take it, cuz, well, it’s a DJI!

I get a lot of emails for hand held stabilizers and this blows them all away with its size and its price. Not to mention that it has it’s own fantabulous built-in 4K camera while the others don’t! The best part is that the price is just $349 or €349!

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