Old 09-18-2013, 07:12 PM   #1
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Default So Unlevel, It Nearly Fell Over...

Ok, so not really, but you tell me, is it really that unlevel?

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Input on the crop is welcome as well, I don't have much to play with on the old slide.
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Old 09-18-2013, 07:16 PM   #2
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I'm not really seeing much unlevel, although if you judge only by the pole to the left, I culd see why you think so. If anything, maybe give it .5% CCW rotation.
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Sometimes it's more about how it looks vs actual levelity. Yes, I have officially introduced that word into the English language.

The cabeese, no I did not invent that word, seem to lean a bit CW though the I'd be hard pressed to prove it with a grid as the resolution on my monitor is no where near that of what Jim Thias nor the majority of the screeners use.

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Sometimes it's more about how it looks vs actual levelity. Yes, I have officially introduced that word into the English language.

The cabeese, no I did not invent that word, seem to lean a bit CW though the I'd be hard pressed to prove it with a grid as the resolution on my monitor is no where near that of what Jim Thias nor the majority of the screeners use.
Looks level to me.
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Locomotive verticals are there, I think they were fooled by the elevated cabeese tracks, they weren't built to run trains, just hold cabeese.

That's a fun word to say, Mitch...
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Locomotive verticals are there, I think they were fooled by the elevated cabeese tracks, they weren't built to run trains, just hold cabeese.

That's a fun word to say, Mitch...
Didn't they build them like that so they could just roll the caboose down the hill onto the back of the train?
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In on appeal, screeners are human, and it does fool one's eyes...
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Yea, but the color is so bad, those numberboards look yellow surprised they didnt reject it for that
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