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Accounts ID: 55290
Accounts Name: randr10
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Post Count 1,010
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Current Mana 1,090,064,719,301
Last Post 2020-03-19T16:48:30
Last Root Post 2020-03-12T21:08:00
Last Vote Time 2020-03-26T22:38:24
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Vesting Shares 1,598,965 VESTS
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Vesting Withdraw Rate 508,900 VESTS
Withdrawn 5,089,001,684,990
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Curation Rewards 43,203
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Reputation: 16,079,937,215,578

Steem: 0.21$

2020-06-04 20:17:01

BitCoin: 9,868.00$

2020-06-04 20:17:01
Posts:
  • Getting Mowed Down
    getting-mowed-down
    In principle, an internal combustion engine from a lawnmower, an automobile, a motorcycle or heavy equipment is roughly the same, right? While this may be true, there are significantly different manufacturing standards and practices between all of them. I've spent quite a bit of time working on cars, pickup trucks, tractors,and even recently medium duty trucks. One area that I have very little expertise in though is small engine repair. There are mechanics out there that this is all they do, ... more
    2020-03-06 21:54:45 Block Num: 41,425,772
  • Winter Wonderland in NC - Part 3 (Final)
    winter-wonderland-in-nc-part-3-final
    After doing Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, I'm going to conclude it with a few more photos of the heavy, wet and icy snow draped over various vegetation and objects. I can't say enough how beautiful this looks in person. I wish I could show it that way, but here's the next best thing, on a good quality camera. I hope you enjoy! This is one of the first things I saw when I walked out the door that morning. I've seen similar photos of objects with repeating patterns on the photo feed scr ... more
    2020-02-24 01:25:36 Block Num: 41,086,123
  • Winter Wonderland in NC - Part 2
    winter-wonderland-in-nc-part-2
    Yesterday I started this small series with Part 1 featuring photos of the snow storm we had here in Raleigh, North Carolina. The thing that makes this one so unique for me is the heavy snow that clings to everything and essentially looks like a storybook version of what people think of when they think "snow". So here's the second installment of the series. These are examples of some more photos I took that morning that I think exemplify the beauty of this phenomenon. I hope you enjoy! ... more
    2020-02-22 19:55:24 Block Num: 41,050,790
  • Winter Wonderland in NC - Part 2
    winter-wonderland-in-nc-part-2
    Yesterday I started this small series with Part 1 featuring photos of the snow storm we had here in Raleigh, North Carolina. The thing that makes this one so unique for me is the heavy snow that clings to everything and essentially looks like a storybook version of what people think of when they think "snow". So here's the second installment of the series. These are examples of some more photos I took that morning that I think exemplify the beauty of this phenomenon. I hope you enjoy! ... more
    2020-02-22 19:50:48 Block Num: 41,050,698
  • Winter Wonderland in NC - Part 1
    winter-wonderland-in-nc-part-1
    Those of you who have followed my blog for more than a few months know that I just recently relocated from San Diego, CA to Raleigh, NC. Now that I'm here, I'm very appreciative of having the seasons back. We've had an unusually mild winter with pretty much all of January requiring only a light jacket or a t-shirt to go outside and feel comfortable. Yesterday and this morning however, we had what I like to refer to as Winter Wonderland weather. Having grown up in Western NY, we had our s ... more
    2020-02-22 02:10:39 Block Num: 41,029,529
  • My Thoughts on the Steemit/Tron Merger/Acquisition
    my-thoughts-on-the-steemit-tron-merger-acquisition
    I was replying to a comment by @jrcornel on anothe post with this, but it ended up being long enough that I though it deserved its own post. This is in reference to @justinsunsteemit's comments about Steemit on Samsung phones. I was pretty stoked when I heard him start talking about app development and making Steemit a native app on Samsung's phones. It would serve to address the major issue for Steem growth, that of onboarding. Getting people I know who have no technical knowledge to join a ... more
    2020-02-16 01:46:54 Block Num: 40,856,601
  • Building a Photography Light Box
    building-a-photography-light-box
    I have in the past sold things via online platforms and I've had a need for a background that will give me professional-looking results in my photography. Now I don't mean professional in that I'll compete with a pro product photographer. I mean professional in that you don't see my dirty shop or office in the background of the photos. Instead you see a nice clean white paper and nothing else. My idea for the build started out with this roll of paper. I know that the items I sell, being u ... more
    2020-02-12 21:19:51 Block Num: 40,765,043
  • Cobbling a Hitch for the Lawnmower and Saving a Dump Cart from the Dump
    cobbling-a-hitch-for-the-lawnmower
    So a couple of weeks ago I got it into my head that I was going to take some dirt from a pile I found on the back of my property and deposit it in a low spot in the yard up by the house. Now my lot borders a creek at the back and so there's a significant drop at some point, below which you'll find said dirt pile. Well, I threw some of this dirt into the wheelbarrow and headed towards the house, but I got to this steep little hill, made it about a third of the way up after a running start, and ... more
    2020-01-30 06:22:03 Block Num: 40,373,527

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