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Tuesday, April 19, 2011
My Desktop computer finally lost its mind after about 7 years. It served me well so I can't complain. Being a neat freak I decided to get a laptop that would free up some desk space. Aside from getting used to a slightly smaller keyboard I like it. As is probably the norm now it came with a built in webcam. This was not a feature I needed or wanted but now I have it. Now all my friends want to Skype me. I hate cameras so naturally I'm not going to be fond of appearing on a camera. The other night I tested the webcam with my wife who was downstairs. It works as the snapshot above will attest. Next will be Phone Rat and Radio Rat and probably a bunch of my cousins who have webcams as well. I drive a truck so I am one of the first people someone calls when they have something large to move. Now I have a webcam and everyone wants to see me as they talk to me. I should be glad this is all I have to whine about, I'm done whining.
Van Nuys and Valley Connections:
Hazeltine Ave. Elementary School, Cohasset Street Elementary School, Robert Fulton JR. High School
Birmingham High School, Los Angeles Valley College, Van Nuys Demolay, Butler Brothers Department Store, Nahas Department Store, Builders Emporium Reseda, Black & Decker, Makita USA, General Manager Mupro North America (Also Some Western hemisphere), (Mupro also) Rems Tools of Germany Importers, West Coast Mgr Teal Corp. Lake Effect Studio
Follow this link to the Photobucket page of our friend Bob Walance who has scanned yearbooks from the following schools: Van Nuys High School 1972, 1973, 1975 as well as Birmingham High School from 1973. He also scanned the complete yearbook from Taft high School from 1973 as well as quite a few class pictures from Hazeltine Ave. Elementary School. If anyone out there has any additional scanned yearbooks or Hazeltine Class pictures, or any San Fernando Valley School pictures please let us know. *Just Posted Senior Classes for Grant High School Yearbooks for 1972 & 1973*