Could NOT I mean...
Type: Posts; User: cgbier
Could NOT I mean...
Most likely, he patronises restaurants that we could afford when on travel ;)
...and ingredients. At least, you know what you eat there.
Poolboy beat me to it. Yep, restaurants are by no means better than the market. And, yes, if you want to have somewhat edible food, Mickey D is about the only place to go in the PI.
You are up to a good start.
...or because there is a slight difference between $3500 and 15.000
LOL, seems like you really aren't a DIY kind of guy. A battery drill is one of the most indispensable tools in the world. ...and a Dremel for more detailed work. ;)
Oh yeah, inconsiderate. Absolutely. Always the elbows out.
Yes, but the perfect Polynesian woman has a size that you could have made three out of her. Thin chicks were sent to the medicine man to figure out what's wrong with them.
The more they wear, the better for most of them. The bikini girls in the Pacific were an American invention to lure settlers to Hawaii.
Don't ket your wife catch you with her baking tins...
The advantage of building the stuff yourself is that you can choose the LED type (and quality). With the usual eBay stuff, you have to put up a lot of faith, and the stuff that comes from "real"...
As I don't know anyone who ever listens to sermons, this point might be pointless.
For detail and clean up work I use cans. The final mix goes over speakers.
That's an interesting one - audio workflow in a broadcast commercial (no DSLR used):
I am surrounded by Pinoys in our place. Never in my life have I seen noisier people. When you hear Pacific island, you think of serenity...
I don't have A/C. There's always a nice breeze coming from the Pacific, and my porch is my kingdom. :D
The A/C in the office is courtesy of the US tax payer.
Yep, firmware is 1.1.
The recorder is a Tascam DR60. Pretty solid and versatile machine with very good pre amps built in. I use it for voice overs, camera sound (on the HV and now the GH2) or...
What is a "heating bill"?
WWJD, have a look at these (if you don't mind building a panel yourself):
The huge ones need 24V though - and a solid transformer I'd assume.
The timeline index can help to fix misspellings in titles
When you consider that a broad, well-being middle-class is the backbone of any society (after all, someone has to feed the poor AND the rich), then Canada must be doing something right.
I got rid of some of the noise so far. The echo isn't actually too bad. Will continue later when it is a bit more quiet here (neighbour is watching Pinoy TV, and he always thinks our village wants...
See, this was a movie one could watch. Slight issues with the audio, but well done. Also shot with your mini?
I don't like Pinoy food at all - they know three tastes: salty, fatty and garlic.
Chapter 2.12 in this one: