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Well this really blows.
I took a bunch of pictures and started a thread (before this one) and after trying every way I know, not only did the photos not load, but the damn new thread vaporized.
Since photobucket went rogue, I have had almost zero success loading any pictures.
What a way to start a thread. :(

Suggestions?
 

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Mo,I tried Flickr, they changed their format or something. They have a share feature but it takes you to a URL.
 

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Flickr Instructions:

-Select the photo you want to share from your Photostream.
-Select the downward pointing arrow at the far bottom right of the screen.
-Select "View all sizes."
-Select the hyperlink of the photo size you wish to share.
-Right-click on the photo and select "Copy image address."
-Paste address into the photo URL within the forum.


 

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Thanks TT and Pursuit
I'll do it to it when I get out of work.
 

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No worky
 

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Another try
 

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I think this works
 

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Sorry, I know it's a boring rig, but for a 2005 model, it's pretty minty. Frosty A/C and everything works.
 

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Anyone like sashimi?
54 pound yellow fin tuna that was swimming a few hours ago and on the plate in front of me right after the picture was taken. Fresh?
No contest. World class.
 

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View from my apartment balcony...
 

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I also just bought a 2003 Nissan Frontier that was tattered by Typhoon Yutu. $800.
Runs perfect but it's an automatic.
Need a LF fender, hood, tailgate, windshield, both side windows and some minor body work.
A/C needs a charge and it needs an industrial cleaning.
A truck like that (here) in good condition is $3 to 5 K.
At least I have another new project.
Pix shortly.
 

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BTW Terrible T...
Your truck looks amazing. Great looking rig!
 

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Sorry about the thumb pix, the internet here is not so great.
Anyway, I'll post more pix shortly.
I had the car washed, they charge $15 (not cheap) but they dry the car, clean the trunk, (!) door jambs, vacuum the bag out of the interior, shine the tires, and spray the windshield with Rain X. Not too bad for the price.
The car looks fresh.


The Frontier I bought is actually a 2004, but who's counting? I just sent it out to have the interior cleaned. During the typhoon, both side windows were blown out and the interior looks like a swamp (without the water). I bought a new LF fender (blitzed by flying debris) and will buy the hood shortly. I'll try and post pix of this gem shortly.
 
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