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Displayed several times since mid-July 2009 is this:



The Toylet Bowl BBS as it appeared right around 1990.
I was the sysop of this BBS. :-)
This BBS started with the name "Phone Sys: The Douched Moose" because I had a plastic moose head that had antlers which could pivot independently over a full 360 along the Y-axis (vertically); with some configurations, it truly looked like a douched moose. :-)
Shortly thereafter, I called it "The Pink Triangle BBS", and finally (for the last 8 or so years of it being online), "The Toylet Bowl BBS".
I ran this BBS for ten full years (well, maybe not 10 years down to the femtosecond, but you get the idea) from the mid-afternoon of 07-21-89 through the mid-afternoon of 07-21-99.





Displayed several times since mid-July 2009 is this:



Here's where my poor, defenseless little P-38 R/C "Park Flyer" Airplane landed on the flight I made on 07-15-09 (this is inside the dugout - it actually flew through the open doorway of the fenced-in dugout to end up here!!!)...note the garbage can nearby - as you can see, it was very easy to retrieve the airplane from this fence.





Displayed several times since early-July 2009 is this:



A dead, dead dragonfly {you can smell it with your eye}; seen on the side of Military Rd. S. in Federal Way WA. in early-July 2009.
I know that it was deader than a doorknob because when I picked it up to examine it after this photograph was taken, it was a rather "krispy" "kritter".





From 02-28-10 are these:




The 4-year "chip" that my sister Angie got from AA this last Friday night (02-26-10) for having 4 full years clean and sober!!!

She says that it's been a long road, but that the future looks bright. She's going to college to earn her RN degree.





From 12-24-09 is this:



The Christmas graphic that my best "long-distance" friend Don K. made for me this year (2009).





From 10-18-09 are these:



The LED Museum turns TEN today!!!
What started out as a ~15K web page with a smattering of B&W photographs from an old beat-up webcam on 10-18-99 has blossomed into the .02538576292 terabyte (~2.538 gigabyte) website it is today (10-18-09).


This was my "The Punishment Zone" entry page from when I started performing rated flashlight evaluations a short time later.





From 09-27-09 is this:



An "over-the-porch" deck in Auburn WA. USA. Photographed on 09-26-09.
Note that although a railing is present (indicative of use intended for people), no door, hatch, or other aperture is visible...how are people supposed to get out on this deck?!?
I think the person that built this must have been one egg roll short of a poo poo platter. :-/





From 09-11-09 is this:


A memorial to the 9-11 anniversary.
My mother in Alaska made this out of beads using a graphic I had made and subsequently emailed to her.
This is the practise piece; she made another for the 9-11 Memorial Quilt.

Never forget the brave firefighters & police officers who gave their lives, or the passengers on the four lost flights.







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