Not sure if this qualifies as artwork. But Here is my ride to the games.
Posted by thezoostop on 19 December 2013 - 04:59 PM
Posted by Creature1958 on 16 November 2010 - 09:47 AM
Creatures live below ground...So upstairs is a Kitchen,Living Room,3bedrooms,2 baths etc..that can have candles,flowers and everything feminine...P.S. I have a great wife everyone should have one like her.
Creature - That room is pretty Bad ars, I got to give it to you... After looking at this pictures with my Jaw dropped I realized I only have one question for you... How on earth did you convince the WIFE to let you do this?
Posted by Creature1958 on 19 January 2011 - 06:29 PM
J7 we will and if you live in the SW burbs you will always have an open invitation to stop by and watch a game. if you live on the north side you still have an open invitation....it will just take you longer to get to and fro as the room is not trailable as with anyone on the boards send me a PM and let me know if you want to stop by and watch a game....weekends work better than weekdays(wife) but she's good with all as this is a passion that I've had for a long time (21 years of marriage) before I got married and pretty much accepted........Dang kids and college or ST would still be in our life...Oh well kids,dogs,a wonderful wife and the Chicago Blackhawks and all the great people on these boards...........LIFE DOES NOT GET BETTER THAN THIS.
Awesome room Creature! Good luck with it and enjoy many Hawk-fests.
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Posted by davebrau on 21 December 2015 - 05:35 PM
Ha yes they would!
I remember getting a replica Bulls ring back in the nineties when i attended a game, that one was pretty cheesy
These arent bad, when i show them to people, they assume i purchased them.
Posted by blkhwks918 on 12 May 2015 - 07:54 PM
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Posted by Luxornv on 30 November 2015 - 06:55 PM
wouldnt it be cool if they could lure al secord from american airlines to fly it?
i love watching the big planes land and take off, but i dont think i know of anyone that does it as a hobby.
what would be your most interesting moment while spotting planes?
thanks for the picture, by the way...
I remember reading somewhere that Al Secord is a pilot for AAL. This is a charter company, Swift Air, so no affiliation to either AAL or UAL. Wouldn't be a stretch to get him over there if he's still flying, but that probably won't happen.
TlDr of my favorite spotting moments: when I saw an Air New Zealand 777, and Air Force One. Details below.
As for my most interesting moments plane spotting, I have two. One was when there was an Air New Zealand plane coming into ORD. It was another sports charter, carrying the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team plus fans for an exhibition match at Soldier Field. ANZ does not fly into ORD, so this would likely be the only time that plane came in. A lot of spotters came out that day to see it. Fifteen minutes prior to arrival, the airport reversed the flow, so they were landing on the other side of the airport. It was a scramble to the other side, much like the scene from Twister where they got a sudden call and scramble out of the diner. We were able to make it in time, and we saw the only ANZ plane ever to land at ORD. The other moment is when I spotted Air Force One. Disclaimer, I'm not a fan of Obama, but AF1 is still a prestigious plane to see. I knew the president was coming to Chicago, and would be arriving right around my lunch time. I work near the airport, so it was easy to spot during lunch. Plane spotters do have a few programs to track aircraft coming in, but as you can imagine, the government doesn't want to broadcast the position of Air Force One for security reasons. I had a window for the time they would come in, but nothing exact. I waited at a spot near work for about a half hour on my break waiting, but kept seeing commercial planes coming in. It was getting close to the time for me going back to work, so I started packing up my camera. I use a DSLR, so it's not an easy thing to put together and take apart suddenly. I packed up and was about to leave, and saw all air traffic stopped. I waited because I thought this might signal the impending arrival. I then heard a roar behind me, and I quickly took my camera out and put it back together to get a few pictures. I was happy I was able to get a few good ones and cross it off my list of planes to spot.
If you're around the airport, feel free to pull over to an area out of the way and watch planes. It's always okay on public property as long as it's not a road. If you happen to be around ORD and see people in orange vests with cameras, those are spotters and they'll be happy to help you out. In the US and Canada, it's pretty easy to spot and won't draw suspicion from police or law enforcement.
Posted by JohnE on 12 March 2015 - 11:03 PM
Posted by hsbob on 15 April 2014 - 08:53 AM
You can put your foot down while doing the cha-cha!LOL!
I'd love to visit either Creatch's or Stosh's pad. Creatch, I'm probably coming to Crestwood this summer. Now, you guys have me going. We do have a daylight basement room that needs finishing, but my wife wants to make it into a er, um dance studio.
I think somebody needs to put his foot down!
Posted by DarthKane on 15 July 2013 - 08:36 PM
I don't know if I'm good enough to truly capture his awesomeness.
Posted by Smokinmedic1 on 19 October 2012 - 04:34 PM
I guess guys our age will never accept or understand the attitude and lack of respect in today's society. We may not agree on every issue or even player assessments but I totally respect your viewpoints and your conviction in them!
Posted by dreamangel18105 on 29 August 2011 - 07:20 AM
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