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Old 23rd June 2006, 03:12   #466
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Shantanus thread on his playstation 2 made me want to take mine out and figure out why it didnt work and so I opened it.




















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Old 23rd June 2006, 08:36   #467
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So khanak....did you manage to figure it out?
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Old 23rd June 2006, 21:03   #468
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So khanak....did you manage to figure it out?
yea. just have to get somthing soldered. its wierd but i really enjoy opening up stuff and see whats in. i dunno why.......guess im just curious
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Well, you are not very different from most of the human male species. :-)
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Nice one supreme, we guys don't follow the "if it aint broke, dont fix it" concept!!!

What we do follow is, "If it aint broke, open it, break it, try to fix it, finally call for the experts!!!!"
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Nice one supreme, we guys don't follow the "if it aint broke, dont fix it" concept!!!

What we do follow is, "If it aint broke, open it, break it, try to fix it, finally call for the experts!!!!"
hehe so true......... i got the playstation working btw...........
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Often a common house plant looks interesting..

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I wonder if u would have done that to ur PS2 :P
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Common house plant maybe! One of a kind photographer though!
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Common house plant maybe! One of a kind photographer though!
Agree 100%. Rudra Sir, you don't seem to need much of a subject to photograph. With just 2 leaves, you have woven magic.
Man, I am jealous of such skills.
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I've got loads of pictures that I'd like to share.

On the way from San Antonio, TX.



Mission San Jose, San Antonio.



A 5ft long grass snake that my brother saw near his house in Spring, Tx.


I've got some really good ones taken in New Mexico.. will post them soon.
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Nice snaps, Nitin. Grass snake ? Is that venomous ? I guess not.
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can I post a bike's pic? Its my cousin's bike, so cant post in my garage. And hence

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Often a common house plant looks interesting..

This photograph does look out of place in this non-auto image thread which mostly contains snap shots and mug shots.

How about starting an official photography thread where only photographs are allowed.
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@ Samurai; Rudra asked me 2 wait for own week or so for the same and its now more than 2 months! Rudra, you read this?
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