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02-17-2002, 02:37 PM
This board is something else! I like it! Just have to get use to it! Im singing "In the year 2525" ha ha ha!
I knew I could count on Carol to see it optimistically.
Carol, I was in Tampa yesterday and Jay gave me a copy of the photo you put on his website of Robles, Immomen and Hernandez. With their signatures. I also got each of the guys on the North team to sign an individual cue ball for me. So did Buddy Hall. They are a great bunch of guys and Ginky kept the crowd in stitches with his cheers or should I say jeers at Tommy Kennedy. All in good fun. You missed a good time. Wish I could have gone again today but it was a 100 mile trip. Jake
Hi Carol & Jake -
Just wanted to see if I could link to a picture.
Sorry I missed Jake yesterday. Linda and I were at the Patriot Cup Games for a few hours. Nice to see and say hello to the players and Smorgasbored.
BTW Zuglan confirmed he did not run those balls.
I asked Varner if he kept a record of all his victories, he said he didn't, but wished he had. But, for those interested, Varner did say he had a lifetime winning record against both Strickland and Reyes.
One thing all the players whom I spoke to did agree on was that nobody ever missed a ball on them. /ccboard_2/images/icons/smile.gif - Howie
I assume this is the link to the picture you are talking about. [A second picture taken of Pete Margo is below, as they were evidently scanned together]. I tried linking it here but, for some reason, it won't take. Perhaps, it is to big a file. - Howie
Hope fully they will get those handy options turned on as well.
(Scott notices howie knows a little about UBB stuff too)
02-17-2002, 08:55 PM
A real smart administrator would have left a switch for those who wanted the old view from yesterday's format as one of their options. I'm not sure what you find to enjoy with this new board Carol, 'cause I have found this new board format clumsy and inflexible to what I liked to do on the CCB as it used to be. May be some bells and whistles of value here but as long as the similiarity(or lack of) to the old board is what is appears here today, I ain't happy and it's not some place I'd recommend friends to come visit.
I am curious though, what is it that you like???sid
SId can you please share with me your set up in your preferences from yout "My Home" page. I am hoping I can help you out.
02-17-2002, 10:01 PM
Is that a picture of you flying around on your post Howie? Looks like all went well with your surgery. Recouperative powers seem to still be working. I couldn't get anywhere with your link but it is the third picture from the bottom on the right titled "These are my best. Mika, Tony, Frankie & Pete Margo." Only there is no Pete Margo in photo and it is Tony, Mika and Frankie in that order. Where were you sitting? I was on the side of the table with the coin slot. 2nd from the end. And I think Joe Gibbs was sitting next to me. It didn't dawn on me until I got home and heard about the helicopter crash. But I probably am wrong. Did you see Jay? He found a game out front but didn't look too happy. Jake~~~missed Howie for the 2nd time.
02-17-2002, 10:42 PM
I was just kicking some balls around with Pat Howey who just moved down here from up north. He pretty much slaughtered me at straight pool. I did get a chance to play some against Max Eberle as well and played much better than I did against Pat. I did say hi to Howie and Linda and we talked a bit.
You are correct, that was the picture that I printed for you. I cut the picture off to remove Pete Margo from the one I got signed for you (I think it would have been quite a trip to go get Pete's signature).
Jake...Well, I was "flying" all around the tournament room during my short stay. At one point In fact at about 4PM I'm sure I was sitting right behind you with Danny Reyes and Skip Judge. [The guy whose friend pulled a .45 on me the last time we played at his house. I thought we might play again /ccboard/images/icons/wink.gif].
During the Ray Martin straight pool game I was sitting ringside right behind Tony Robles. Hard to see through his head. Good thing they missed so much as I never had to wait too long to get an unobstructed view. Glad I only paid for general admission.I didn't stay to watch the finish, but rather Kibitzed outside with Varner and Buddy. Who won?
We had to leave because of my old dog Snowy, who is seventeen and blind, was home alone with his seeing eye cat Tipper.
On my way out I asked Doug to say Hi to all the CCB people I missed, including you, Ken and Ace. I'm surprised none of you came over to me, as I did sweep through kinda like MM. /ccboard/images/icons/smile.gif - Howie
Jay...I saw you playing Pat, as I was leaving, but didn't wantto distub both of you.
Figured you would have linked the picture in question, but guess you took my word that it wouldn't work.
Well, I went back to your site to take another look. I found out that the URL I had copied from my browser was not in fact the actual URL for the picture itself. I determined that by right clicking on the picture and selecting properties. So, here it is. - Howie:
Tried to edit this post just now to remove the link as the one I supplied was incorrect. The picture in question was subsequently posted by me in this thread.
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I'm not certain how long it is before you can no longer edit a post, but it must be too short. On other boards I go to there is no time limit to edit a post. - Howie
Note: Upon reading the Faq I found out there is a six hour time limit to edit:
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IMHO It's whacky to have a six hour time limit, but what do I know? - Howie
02-18-2002, 04:16 AM
I like the way you see the responses to the thread at first sight-on the old board, you had to click on the thread to see the responses-and Im like a little kid, you can add these little icons to it /ccboard/images/icons/smile.gif
02-18-2002, 04:30 AM
That is so wonderful-what a great idea! I absolutely LOVE that picture and Im glad it is spreading some happiness! A friend of mine has certain paper you can use and print out the picture so that it actually looks like an enlarged 8x10-I am going to pick some up and try it.And I'm glad you had a great time-wish I could have been there!
Its always pleasure,Jake-
02-18-2002, 04:34 AM
"Here he comes to save the day!"
Howie, thats great!LMAO
02-18-2002, 04:44 AM
That was very sweet-I just think we should all keep our chins up!:)I am not a computer whiz, to me, this is a challenge,ha ha ha-as a matter of fact, Howie is the one who assists me in posting pictures-Thankyou Howie!
And LC-stay well!
02-18-2002, 09:06 AM
Howie, I didn't know any of you guys were there. I thought Ken, Doug and Ace were going on Sunday. So there were at least 6 from the CCB in one place, at the same time. That can be dangerous. Biliards Digest was announced as one of the sponsors and I thought of having them ask if anyone from the CCB was there but I didn't do it. Jake
02-18-2002, 11:06 AM
Carol, seeing all the responses to a thread was very easily doable with the old CCB. That part of this board is nothing new.
02-18-2002, 11:09 AM
It's not really wacky to have a time limit, because if I've already read your post, I won't know to read it again due to changed content. By having a time limit, you're required to post anew, at which time I'll see that there's a new post to read and I'll be able to appreciate your added comments!
02-18-2002, 02:40 PM
Ray won over Zuglan, 100 - 93. At the end it looked like they couldn't decide who was supposed, er wanted, to win. Just kidding. Ray had runs of 21 and 25 and Mike had a run of 33 and it looked like he would run out and missed an easy one. That table sure looked fast. It looked like it took no power to make the cue ball go 27 feet. Jake
Jim...I might be wrong, but I think all of the players got $1,000 for just showing up, and therefore, aside from "bragging rights" to the "Cup", they weren't really playing for anything. I think that takes away from the quality of play at the event. Frankly, I got tired of them missing balls and playing sloppy. Also, the Website said it was going to be to 150 points, so I'm glad I left before it was over.I wonder how guys on the side who thought they were betting on a longer match felt? /ccboard/images/icons/smile.gif - Howie
Jake...I believe you meant to say that Ray beat Robles in straight pool. I should know because I was snickering a bit with Mike on the sidelines during their play. Mike must have been sitting right behind you. - Howie
PS you can no longer edit your post because more than six hours have elapsed, so your error is here for eternity. /ccboard/images/icons/wink.gif
02-19-2002, 04:28 AM
Thank you-dont mind me, the age must be creeping in!:)
02-19-2002, 04:32 PM
Please say hi to Gayle on your visit with her, for me..
02-19-2002, 05:54 PM
Jake, That table came from Derby City but they replaced the Simonis 860 with Granito to see what the players thought of it. The players said it was too fast but that was obvious to any observer. J. Lee played on it Monday and had problems with the speed also. Ken
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