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Sctiger last won the day on August 31 2016

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  • Birthday 05/27/1976

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  1. Ok! Now if there ever was a topic that I'm suited for..it's food! I love Vegas too! Be sure to hit up the In-n-Out in the Linq Promenade. I ordered mine Double Double Animal Style and it was totally worth it. And as it just so happens...right across from the In-N-Out is a Sushi Burrito place. It was really good. We had reservations at Hell's Kitchen but decided to skip it. A couple of other places of note. (Note: we stayed at the Bellagio so most of these are in the general vicinity. Well...because I'm fat and out of shape!) This is the really cheap lunch at the Planet Hollywood Casino across the street. Check out those prices…$5.99! https://oceanonefl.com/pos/register/o1.asp?companyid=5 This is a really good seafood place in Ceasar's https://www.joes.net/las-vegas/menu/lunch/ When all else fails..there's the good ole Cheesecake Factory in Ceasar's too! If you're like me, I stayed on East Coast time so I was up at 4 a.m. and ready to eat lunch by 9 a.m.!
  2. Haha! I'm a Boston fan myself...this one just doesn't do it for me for some reason. But...I'd rather sequence it with the Reprise than not have it at all, so we'll see
  3. I didn't post this in the Sequence Sharing section because I'm not seeking a sequence, so I thought I'd try here. If anyone has heard Boston's version of the Star Spangled Banner/4th of July Reprise, you probably notice that it kinda carries on a little too much at the end (in typical Boston fashion! lol). Has anyone come across a version without the flowery ending? I'm not sure cleaning it up with Audacity would work unfortunately.
  4. I realize I'm late to the party here, but for my CCR II with bullet pixels, I've found that Red at 55 and Green at 16/17 matches my warm white LEDs.
  5. Finally some good news! So happy for you! Be sure to give your loved ones an extra hug for those of us who can't be with our own! Be sure to eat more than usual too for those of us who can't even taste the food 🤣
  6. I think the proverbial saying "a chain is only as strong as it's weakest link" is particularly appropriate for people's lives in the Covid era. If your circle of interactions involve people who are careless or don't take appropriate precautions, then you may be playing with fire. For me and my wife, we've tried to be SO cautious due to our 1st grandchild and aging parents. We haven't been in a restaurant since March. Had to sit in a car in the SC summer as our grandchild was born. Utilizing the "pick up" options at grocery stores and restaurants. Really only going out to go to work because we're both considered "essential." BUT...even with an abundance of caution, it happened. Thank the Lord my symptoms pretty much only lasted 24 hrs so far (knock on wood) but I'm still within that 10 day contagious period. Thanks for the prayers, they're working. I hope everyone else is experiencing the same. If you're at risk, remember the proverbial chain and tighten up those circles of interaction! I'll be praying for the rest of you as well. Merry Christmas!
  7. Thanks! Sorry to hear about your test. Hopefully the mild symptoms will be the extent of it for you too.
  8. I'm on quarantine for 10 days and missing my grandbaby's 1st Christmas. Ugh! Stay safe and healthy my Christmas light brethren. Hope your shows are going well!
  9. I ordered the 50 ft roll. It comes in lengths of 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 ft. I cut 4 pieces for the arches around 9 ft each and the 2 vertical tubes around 6.5 ft each. It definitely has a "memory" so the arches were way easier than the straight vertical tubes. Lol
  10. I looked back at my invoice from last year. 50 ft of 2" HDPE was $103 and just over $65 shipping (I live 2.5 hrs away). Definitely better if you live closer to a McMaster Carr like Jim. To put it in perspective..50 ft was enough for 4 arches and I had 2 long sticks left over. This year I used the remainder to make 2 6.5 ft tall vertical thingies. (I'm not sure what to call them! Lol) So 6 props total. They definitely will get the most comments for sure. Hope this helps!
  11. I feel your pain. Copying and pasting rarely has worked for me. There have been a few songs that had a basic beat, but apparently I'm drawn to the more complex beats.
  12. I used 2" HDPE tubing from McMaster Carr. Kinda expensive and a pain to get delivered but I think it's worth it. Matt Johnson has a video on YouTube with a parts list.
  13. I figured it out. It was a "Lights Off at End" that was checked. Forgive me, I'm just getting off of night shift lol
  14. I'm doing it from the Sequence Editor. In the earlier version (4.4) I could hit stop and all of the lights would stay on or the sequence would "pause" (not an actual pause, thus the quotation marks) at that moment. It's not happening in v 4.14.
  15. 99.9% of the time I have it on the schedule and it shuts down automatically. I just noticed it during setup when I was wrapping trees and I just wanted to see what the lights looked like. I started a sequence like I had always done in the past and just stopped it at a section where all the lights were on. It didn't work this time though so I resorted to the Hardware Utility. The only other time I would possibly use it is maybe Christmas Eve after the show ended. For some reason or another, my wife likes to keep the lights on all night long.
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