There was really good craic at Lochrann’s on St. Patrick’s day. Various groups from the Emerald School performed across Dallas all day Tuesday and Susan sent me a text after their last performance telling me to meet her and Andi at Lochrann’s.
It’s powered by a decent sized power band, has an arm brace to make things easy on your wrist and is aimed with, you guessed it, a laser.
The PS-52 is small enough to slide into your back pocket or can be carried in your fishing box. Using the laser sight, you can accurately, quickly & effectively strike a target. Simply point the laser at your target & shoot.
Sounds to me like they’re encouraging all kinds of mischief but with a laser sight at least the target will get some warning.
This Saturday night a group of us are going out to Trinity Hall to listen to some music played by the TIMES band and get up on the floor and dance. Maybe the management will be willing to move some tables again if enough people show up.
The band starts at 8pm and will be playing until midnight. We probably won’t be there the entire four hours but we will be getting there early to try to grab a good set of tables.
This is also a good opportunity to show your support for the O’Flaherty retreat as the band members will be donating gig wages and tips toward the retreat.
Getting a good photograph of a hologram isn’t always an easy proposition but if you use the right tools and are patient you can get excellent results just about every time.
This tutorial assumes you have full control of the hologram and can take it off the wall at will. If you’re trying to take a picture of a hologram that’s permanently mounted to a wall or one where the owner won’t allow you to move it, you’ll need to adjust accordingly.