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Posts Made By: Jeff Blazey

October 30, 2012 01:29 PM Forum: Prayer Line

Hurricane Sandy

Posted By Jeff Blazey

Amen. Lord, please look after and comfort those afflicted by this terrible storm, especially the families who have lost loved ones.


December 28, 2012 05:20 PM Forum: Refractors

4 inch scopes

Posted By Jeff Blazey

On the used market, just float a "wanted" ad for a 4" F8 AP Starfire and/or AP 120 ED. Both excellent, American made, and with plenty of accessories available.

January 17, 2013 03:45 AM Forum: Equipment Talk


Posted By Jeff Blazey

Bill in Ohio, where in Ohio do you live?

Jeff in Ohio

January 21, 2013 02:37 PM Forum: Prayer Line

I could use a prayer

Posted By Jeff Blazey

I'm certainly praying for you Mike.


February 13, 2013 05:52 PM Forum: Comets

Comet ISON in Gemini

Posted By Jeff Blazey


Am I seeing things or does it have a short tail?


August 9, 2013 03:09 PM Forum: Audio

power amp

Posted By Jeff Blazey

Nice Klipsch's. They don't need much power. A stout 100 watt per channnel amp that can double that into a 4 ohm load should be just fine. Any of the Adcom stand alone power amps would be just fine.

BTW, a pre-amp will not get you more power. It's just a switching device with a volume control to apply some gain. Or are you looking for a pre-amp in addition to a power amp?


November 1, 2013 02:50 PM Forum: SCI-FI

Ender's Game - The Movie

Posted By Jeff Blazey

Anybody seen it yet?

November 4, 2013 02:59 PM Forum: SCI-FI

oldies but goodies

Posted By Jeff Blazey

There's also "IT, Terror from Beyond Space", which, in part, inspired "Alien".

The first time I saw the original "Thing", I was about 10, home alone, my parents were off playing cards at the neighbors, my older brother was at a party, it was dark and snowing like crazy. OMG. I still find this movie first rate with an exceptional script, great (read "natural")acting great pace and some truly unexpected scenes that make you JUMP. And who could ever forget the scene where they all stand around at the alien crafts crash site (it's under the ice), arms out stretched, almost holding hands, to figure out its shape. A classic in every regard.


July 10, 2015 03:27 AM Forum: Refractors


Posted By Jeff Blazey

Gee and here I thought it was a type of truck. :S

July 10, 2015 03:44 AM Forum: Global Warming - REAL or NOT

No Pause In GW/Ikea

Posted By Jeff Blazey

NBC News...enough said.