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Share your photos! You, family, friends, kids, pets!

Post by Jason Hyerstay » 25 Jan 2006, 17:09

We have a big thread of studio photos, let's share pics of our pets and people!

Here is one of our sailing crew last summer on our boat (Tumbleweed 2.0):

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Post by fucanay » 25 Jan 2006, 23:03

I'll bite. This is my son playing the drums about a year and a half ago. He loves being in the studio. His newest thing is ripping out the cables from the patchbay.

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Post by johnmccaig » 25 Jan 2006, 23:14

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my dog betty! :D
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Post by arvidvdb » 26 Jan 2006, 03:42

fucanay wrote:...my son playing the drums ...
priceless. smiled the whole way through...

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Post by DHR » 26 Jan 2006, 06:13

fucanay wrote:I'll bite. This is my son playing the drums about a year and a half ago. He loves being in the studio. His newest thing is ripping out the cables from the patchbay.

Druming Video 7.5MB

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I see he has his "pappy" just in case things go bad... :wink:
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Post by fucanay » 26 Jan 2006, 09:29

• DHR • wrote:
fucanay wrote:I'll bite. This is my son playing the drums about a year and a half ago. He loves being in the studio. His newest thing is ripping out the cables from the patchbay.

Druming Video 7.5MB

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I see he has his "pappy" just in case things go bad... :wink:
Thankfully that thing is gone now. All it took to get rid of it was to tell him that it went home and after a few days he forgot about it. Now I wish I could tell him that the patch cables went home too. :P

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Post by DHR » 26 Jan 2006, 12:09

Yea, we used to be in a frantic search and destroy everytime we lost that thing... He would laugh... and launch it under the seat... in the car!! :?
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Post by arvidvdb » 26 Jan 2006, 16:25

Meet Marvin, the handsomest nephew in the world!
These were taken a year apart..
My brother and his wife adopted him from South Africa when he was 3 months old.
And he hasn't stopped smiling since!
(and yes, the other naked good looking bloke is me..)

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Post by Jason Hyerstay » 26 Jan 2006, 17:57

Cute pics! Is that cube a mini Apple Store? ;)

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Post by arvidvdb » 26 Jan 2006, 23:16

:D

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Post by horselesspaul » 27 Jan 2006, 00:58

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Like father, like daughter. Bethan aged 13 on my L2. Her left hand thumb position looks a bit dodgy but she's learned a lot (by herself) since this was taken.
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Post by parma » 27 Jan 2006, 01:57

the wife and kids:

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Post by timemist » 27 Jan 2006, 14:21

Timely thread. My wife just added this little guy to the family:

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Post by dewdrop_world » 27 Jan 2006, 14:36

timemist wrote:Timely thread. My wife just added this little guy to the family
She gave birth to that? :shock: :shock: Impressive... that should be worth a Nobel in biology at least.

Here I am (on the right) with my partner in front of the multicolored pond at Jiuzhaigou (Nine Villages Gorge) Park in Sichuan Province, China. Other scenes were even more spectacular (it's true, really!). It's one of the most beautiful places in the world I've ever visited.

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From the same park:

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Post by timemist » 27 Jan 2006, 16:02

dewdrop_world wrote:
timemist wrote:Timely thread. My wife just added this little guy to the family
She gave birth to that? :shock: :shock: Impressive... that should be worth a Nobel in biology at least.

:D

Seriously though, she did get in a bit of trouble with me. She went out and bought the dog without telling me, but when I saw the picture, I was a little less upset.

BTW, nice picture of China.
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