It doesn't matter where you live this kind of crap happens. Got to stay aware of your surroundings.For the last hours I've been listening to helicopters and sirens, and this will probably continue through the night.
Police in Vienna have used explosives to enter the house of a gunman who on Monday opened fire in the Austrian capital, killing 3 and injuring 15, in what authorities have described as an "Islamist" attackedition.cnn.com
That's no something we're used to in this little country.
you have my sympathy. my back is acting up as well. can barley walk. waiting on meds from the pharmacy.spend most of the day in bed with back pain but managed to get up and go in the stereo room and listened to Dark Side of the Moon turned up pretty good in quadraphonic
Sounds like the same motor I have in my Pinto.This was last week, but I went out to a boat we're working on and there was something missing in the engine room.
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That's the oil pan for a 1500-HP V12 Caterpillar engine. The gearbox (single reduction ratio with forward, neutral, and reverse) is in the background, and the propeller shaft is out of view on the other side of that. I assume the rest of the engine is out at the shop for overhaul. I haven't seen Caterpillars done like that, but there's a first time for everything. On a different boat years ago, there was an oil pan with a top end floating above it and empty space in between except for 4 spindly little rods holding up the top end. The 16 or so cylinders were all taken out for maintenance.
In case you were wondering, an oil change will set you back 162 gallons for the engine pictured.
Ah, yes. Off roading in a regular car. I remember it well. My brother and I once drove up to a ghost town near Silverton in his Matador wagon (he was a fan of AMC cars). Definitely a "Jeep" road. It wasn't lowered, but not meant for this. You have to put the tires on the high spots.Worked on fixing stuff under my lowered car because whilst enjoying fall in the eastern sierras a couple weeks ago, I decided to take it offroad in search of a fishing hole. The seemingly smallish looking rock in the middle of the dirt road wasn't actually small enough and somehow displaced the exhaust onto the bottom of the shift rod and things started rubbing against each other. I suppose it could have been worse with a hole in the oil pan.
Ah, should have known it would involve HT, I had envisioned an old-school quad LP cartridge and decoder. I hope you get some much needed sleep!yes, they have released many quad recordings on blu-ray discs so that it will play thru home theater receivers. DSOTM has also been released on 5.1 discs too.