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My Toys
#1
Hi I am a geek, these are a few of my work toys
resim
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#2
Oh...... I can just imagine  the monitors you're sitting in front of with "flux capacitor" readings and suchlike....
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#3
??) what the hell do you do that involes massive dishes like that
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#4
"TooYoungToKnow" Wrote:??) what the hell do you do that involes massive dishes like that
YOU MEAN YOU DON'T KNOW? Wink

Show him your internet connection speed thingy Smile
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#5
nope i dont know

i was going to photoshop up a pic of russ's face on a picture of buzz light year, and then i saw these massive freeking dishes ??) and it soon got that idea out of my head ;D
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#6
I work in Television production, the Live Satellite link part of it. When you see a live program i do the technical feed part of it. Do lots of links for BBC, ITV lots of news outside broadcast etc and my favourite job we do is the F1 coverage.
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#7
"Buzz" Wrote:I work in Television production, the Live Satellite link part of it. When you see a live program i do the technical feed part of it. Do lots of links for BBC, ITV lots of news outside broadcast etc and my favourite job we do is the F1 coverage.
oo right and there was me wondering how you paid for all the meta 5's Tongue
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#8
"impished" Wrote:Oh...... I can just imagine  the monitors you're sitting in front of with "flux capacitor" readings and suchlike....

resim

Especially for you, a screen shot of a 35mb Carrier with a signal to noise level of 20db being received of Sirius 4 at 4.8 degrees East.
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#9
Mmmm...   now that's what I'm talking 'bout   ;D
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#10
Some of my work 'toys':

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Yep all as dull as they look!  Worth a pretty penny on eBay though...  The last one is my favourite, although i don' use it as much as i used to.  Maybe that's because i spend too much time on forums these days  ;D

P.S. brownie points for anyone who can tell me what they are
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