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Alistair Hosie
12-04-2006, 01:55 PM
This new guy the porno guy is not to be trusted I opened his site thinking it might be a joke and got a virus he came out with something today re xmas cards don't open any of his posts and I would advise being wary of any newcomer with an immediate download.It is best to be safe but he made my life a misery and I still cannot get rid of it .Alistair

Dawai
12-04-2006, 02:55 PM
Didn't know you could catch Herpes online???

OK.. note taken into consideration..

A while back, a regular poster here pointed to a HTML editor program, when unzipping and installing it attempted to load a virus.

It can come from trusted sources also.

How are you my scott friend? I painted a machine green, thought of you.

thistle
12-04-2006, 02:56 PM
Stick to looking at sheep, theres no harm to be had there lad.

Alistair Hosie
12-04-2006, 03:04 PM
I am ok Dave how are you I see you got a new pooch hes a beauty, keep well my friend the sheep here are green with envy.:DAlistair

Norman Atkinson
12-04-2006, 03:15 PM
Hi me old haggis basher!

Came down from Aviemore last night in the 80+ gales and floods.
River Spey is one sea from each side of the flood plain for about 9 miles!

Car took off on Forth Road Bridge- so and so big Merc- and that

Please send green paint to cover existing 'rust' stains in trousers.
Watch this storm, it's a bar steward and coming back in tonight.

Norm

thistle
12-04-2006, 04:41 PM
Damn Norm , i used to hate the A9going north of Perth at the best of times , but in all that weather?
Any snow in Aviemore yet?

Norman Atkinson
12-04-2006, 05:33 PM
Hi Thistle,
As you will appreciate my wife and I have a wee hoos just out of Aviemore and look into the Lairig Ghru between Aviemore and our neighbours- Big Ears, Camilla and Elizabeth Alexandra Mary in Balmoral Castle. The other side has a nice neighbour called the Loch Ness Monster. Quite popular or at least lots of daft people try to see him! It's the drap o the cratur what gets em!

We've been into the skiing for over 40 years. I snowholed in Norway with Eric Beard of Glenmore Lodge and with Karl and Peter Fuchs- both dead now.
Lisi is still alive. Frith Finlayson lives in my street but is very poorly.
Harry Mackie and I seem to be the only 'hard men' left.

The first snows have been- and there are only traces on the hill and the headwall. New snow came in this weekend in the storm but it was +4c and sleet in the wind on Drummochter Pass on the way home. Fools Snow!

Christine, my wife and son are with me in Les Arcs1800 for Christmas.
Bit eerie, it iis 5 years since the crash on the way up. Our "Italian Job" but we had guardian angels. For those who have followed- so far, there are such things. We were saved- others were not so lucky.
On a serious point, I'm old mountain rescue and I had to get my wife out of the car, out of the frozen river and onto the road 500 yards almost vertically-me almost blind. Nobody can do that trick and claim that they did it unaided.

Sorry, went off engineering a bit but Christmas is a time for miracles!

Nite, God Bless and Take Care.

Norm

CCWKen
12-04-2006, 06:07 PM
Who's the "porno guy"?

Send his ISP a message about him using their servers to send a virus and they should shut him down. Unless, of course, he's in some third world country.

aboard_epsilon
12-04-2006, 07:17 PM
uummmmmmmm
like how many holiday homes, houses, lodges, castles, villas,stately homes,palaces. have you got Norm :)

Dawai
12-04-2006, 07:43 PM
CCW: The CCW "Guitar crybaby waa waa pedal" has gotten wired to a magic box.. a box with rollers, two inverters, one dc drive, three serial control boards, eight contactors, three encoders and a partridge in a pear tree.

I want another one.. I am thinking of doing a gilmer XL belt drive, putting a gear pulley on the potitemeter and looping the belt around it with a spring tension like the press does. Kinda like a foldable rack and pinion. A pedal would pull the belt down and unroll the speed pot.. Should be easy to make.

The dc drive, it has -15/+15 refrence, 0 is stopped, -15 is 100% reverse, +15 is 100% forward.. A drive I can hook to the seven or eight different dc drives I got about with a rocker pedal.. now how to spring load it back to the middle?

I have gotten a lot of mileage out of your good idea.. thanks. The sewing machine was the most fun, a clutch and speed control. I had a old guy standing there wanting his machine to run like mine. (3phase motor and inverter)

CCWKen
12-04-2006, 08:21 PM
Hey Dave, that's great. Here's the one I made a while back. Version 2 will be a little cleaner but this one is still working. If it ain't broke.... :D

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0903/CCWKen/Tools/Bead%20Roller/BeadRoller-Power-2.jpg

Fasttrack
12-04-2006, 08:41 PM
I must be missing something - what is it???

CCWKen
12-04-2006, 09:13 PM
It's a pedal activated rheostat that controls the speed of a motor. (110vdc with controller) I have it setup for a powered bead roller.

Elninio
12-04-2006, 11:31 PM
i highly recommend everyone to get 'superantispyware'

it souds like a crappy spyware thing but im telling you recenty i got a ton of highly hidden viruses and this made things all better, free to download, just delete it after. there is also an msn thing where ppl randomly msg u saying ' LOL IS THAT U http..'

Norman Atkinson
12-05-2006, 04:19 AM
Mark,
In other postings, I have been candid enough to say just how poor I was. I went on- and usually do, about how deprived I was in all sorts of other things then.

I was not alone! Today, there are four of us boys who had less than nothing and we are - well, millionaires.
Tomorrow night, I put my old suit of 40 years or more on. It is my best one. still. I will go back into a little former pit village that had the name 'Little Moscow' next to where I was born. We will dine - and I mean dine, on fish and chips and mushy peas for all of 3 or 6$.
It will be a Royal night. The money will go to the poor and needy.
We remember those days when we were so desperately poor.
The way for the four of us-and those with us, hasn't changed in all those usually difficult days.

The light- perhaps with fading eyesight, aches and pains and injuries from that past, still burns brightly.
We move forward- as best our old bones now allow.

Really, Mark, it is the view ahead- and not what we have in our pockets that used to have only holes.

Cheers
Norm

malbenbut
12-05-2006, 04:24 AM
You should have been a politician Norman you've completely evaded Marks question.
MBB

Norman Atkinson
12-05-2006, 08:34 AM
Malcolm,
There was nothing evasive or political or whatever. Mark has already posted quite a few photos. He may have forgotten- and why not?
It isn't really important. Perhaps, one flash in the pan to be forgotten.

You, if you recall, have a 01670 phone number, you have a Tyneside connection. Both my wife's and my names etc appear in all sorts of places.
You could pop down the road- or whatever. There is nothing to hide.
On a wider field, I write on aviation matters- in my own name. My name appears on quite a bit of Masonic stuff. My wife is No 2 Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh or bari sax player in the Customs House Big Band in South Shields.You don't have to be able to tell the difference in saxophones, the write up on Chris is there- and also a bit about me.

In other words, so what? or would you like a discussion on constitutional law or politics? Frankly, I'd rather have a bag of pork scratchings- or a discussion on how we are actually related to Big Ears- and Camilla( ugh)

Cheers

Norm

aboard_epsilon
12-05-2006, 04:07 PM
pork scratchings .....
thought you were more of a pork pie man myself. :D

http://www.lakingsoflouth.co.uk/images/specials/porkpie.jpg

politics ...say no more :D

http://www.president-bush.com/pinocchio-bush.jpg


all the best...mark

Fasttrack
12-05-2006, 04:56 PM
"It's a pedal activated rheostat that controls the speed of a motor. (110vdc with controller) I have it setup for a powered bead roller."


Ahha! I thought it must be some kind of pedal rheostat but after David Cofer said sewing machine, thats all i could think of. I couldn't figure out what else would need one.

Norman Atkinson
12-05-2006, 05:11 PM
Nope, Mark!

No 'Porkie Pies'. This is what politics is all about.

( Mark, I think that one of us will have to translate for the rest of the sty-er, herd.
Fun to be rude, though.)
And Mark, well?
Ah, yes---------houses. Yes?
So, I bought a house. You are into or were into Triumph 2000's so you would know what the price of a Volvo Estate was. To refresh memories, it was 7500 0r 15,000$. So was a villa in Spain. Gotta have 250.000 or 500,000$- or more to piss in that pot now. Never did get the Volvo but you can't win 'em all. It's called vision- or the light ahead.

Cheers

Norm

Alistair Hosie
12-05-2006, 05:48 PM
Tried your spyware programme heres hoping thanks elninio regards Alistair