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22 Jan 2011   #871

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit

Thank you, Dennis, Bill, Boohbah, Mike, M'Lady, and Randy. It was, indeed, a proud and sad day. It was an honor and privilege to stand the flag line. The Patriot Guard Riders attend such events only at the request of the families.
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22 Jan 2011   #872
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Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit

They have the Patriot Guard for the St. Louis area.

They have been riding since around 2002. Most are vets but not all.

They escort them from the airport to their destination.

Then on the final day as you did today.

Also the Flag Man comes now. A story worth reading and video. Left side middle of page.
He finished here picked up the flags and drove about 150 miles to set up a few days later in southeast Missouri for another funeral.
Patriot Guard from St. Louis also went.
Flags line streets of Bethalto for Marine funeral |
Stars and stripes, 11 paces apart, on 1,050 poles, all in honor of Lance Corporal Kenny Corzine. Larry Eckhardt drove all of his flags in from Little York, Illinois to Bethalto for this hometown hero's funeral.

"To me, if the young man dies for the flag, he shouldn't have to travel very far without one beside him," said Eckhardt.

That's Eckhardt's motivation; the reason why he started buying these flags four years ago.

In Bethalto, they line the route Corzine's body has travelled. And between the flags, braving the cold, are people from Bethalto and from afar who want to be part of the young marine's funeral and burial.

"The people get involved. We all try to help the family get through a very rough time," said Eckhardt.

Including Patriot Guard riders. And with them, are bikers from other motorcycle clubs who came in support after hearing about possible protesters.

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22 Jan 2011   #873
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23 Jan 2011   #874

Windows 10 Pro x64

Today I'll study again. :)
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23 Jan 2011   #875

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by StalkeR View Post
Today I'll study again. :)
Me too :)
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23 Jan 2011   #876

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit

Mike, the PGR is all over the US and in Canada, too. Most of us are vets; but there is a sizable number who are not veterans. And one does not have to ride two wheels; we have a lot of "cagers". The only requirement is respect.

Bill, I bought my dad a copy of the DVD, Before You Go, about four years ago. He is a WWII vet.
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23 Jan 2011   #877

Windows 10 Pro x64

Today I watched on TV Code Name: The Cleaner. Very interesting movie. :)
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24 Jan 2011   #878

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Diary of an insomniac.

Monday, 24th of January, 2011 @ 05:41 AM
A week now, again, like this. Workdays a few hours daily seeing doctors, having all possible forms of therapy, and then nothing to do. Trying to exercise as part of my therapy but it's boring alone. Angie has her chores, taking care of her mother, and her friends and social activities, I'm often too weak to follow even I was allowed, even wanted and asked to do that. I feel my current disability slows her down, so I often stay home.

Going to bed every night together, I've promised that, but it normally ends me leaving the bedroom as soon as I hear Angie snoring

I sleep an average of 3 to 4 hours a day, normally in two sets of 1.5 to 2 hours; once in the late afternoon or early evening, once in the late morning. The whole body feels exhausted until it can't take the lack of sleep anymore, then in about every 8 to 10 days I sleep one or two 10 hour nights like a baby, and the cycle starts again.

Staying online quite a lot nowadays. My computer usage timer shows I use the computer an average of 7 hours and 20 minutes per day (the average of past 60 days). It might not sound so much, compared to some other geeks here, but you should notice it stops counting when computer has been idle for 30 seconds, meaning that for instance if I now find an interesting issue on lets say Virtualization section and reading it and thinking of my reply before posting takes like 15 minutes, the counter thinks I was not using computer. Or if I have a break now, stop typing this for a few minutes to get some more coffee from kitchen, that time is not counted. When you add these idle moments when I'm reading a webpage or thinking what to type, it adds at least a few daily hours to that 7 hours 20 minutes.

In accordance of the new household rules, set by the CEO of our household, the Mrs., I'm only allowed one 6 centiliter tumbler of whisky three times a week (a bit over 2 fluid ounce), compared to a few bottles a week before the strokes. What she doesn't see can't harm her so I might enjoy some more of that divine golden liquid on some nights, but normally I stay within the rules. It's just that this, staying online all night long, was so much funnier earlier in my life when I normally was a bit intoxicated most of the time... Now it's sometimes really boring, especially when there's nothing happening here. I mean, of course here happens something all the time but as everybody else I have my favorite forums (Virtualization is number one) and sometimes there simply isn't interesting new issues on those forums I mainly follow (causing me to post s*** like this...)

6:02 AM. Newspaper and coffee.

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24 Jan 2011   #879

Windows 10 Pro

Today i woke up late and right now waiting for the lunch to be ready :)
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24 Jan 2011   #880

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1 (desktop)

Today, at 04:40 on Jan.24, 2011, it is -25°F here!
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