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  • (Receiver driver) A part of the matrix switcher placed at the surveillance camera point and connected to the main switcher by a twisted pair cable. It is used to decode the incoming control signals for the Pan Tilt Zoom functions.
    wireless
  • Lacking or not requiring wires
  • radio: medium for communication
  • transmission by radio waves
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"
    gaming
  • (game) a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
  • Play games of chance for money
  • (game) bet on: place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"
  • Play video or computer games
  • gambling: the act of playing for stakes in the hope of winning (including the payment of a price for a chance to win a prize); "his gambling cost him a fortune"; "there was heavy play at the blackjack table"

Thankfully Tanner is okay!
Thankfully Tanner is okay!
I know this is not really a "Memory" of... but i think it does pertain.... especially if you've ever had. one of... Those phone calls…. You know the kind I mean….the ones that ring a certain way…that sound a certain way so that the second you pick up the receiver, you just know. There’s that infinitesimal pause before the storm, an almost breathless fraction of a moment, and suddenly, in the most basic framework of your being, suddenly you know. You know that this is a bad call. Someone is hurt. Someone has died. Someone you love. In that brief pause, the caller on the other end is preparing to make an announcement that will knock you down, take your breath away and stop your heart. Change your life. I’ve received a couple of those calls in my life. And I picked up another one this past Sunday night….. home, relaxing on the couch….watching a little tube….and BAM! The phone started ringing. It was my brother. Tanner had had an accident on his way home. He’s okay, my brother assured me… he’s rolled his truck, and it’s totaled, but he’s okay. Breathless ….. I was stricken with a heart pain so acute I thought I would die right there. Holding onto the phone with a white-knuckled, finger-aching grip I tried to make sense of what he was saying, but all I could think was that my son was hurt. It’s happened again. Oh God Oh God Oh God. And I was hours away. Tell me he’s okay. Is he okay? Where is he? How badly is he hurt? The questions came shooting out of my mouth at lightning speed, and I was having problems hearing the story… I was horrified to think that any second I would hear those words. Those terrible, horrible words…..he’s hurt. He’s hurt badly. You have to get here right away. Oh God. I’m thankful to be able to say that this time, he wasn’t hurt badly, and he is okay. Scratches, cuts, bruises and contusions, but he’s okay. He’d just made some bad judgment calls and he’d had an accident, and his truck was trashed, but he was truly okay. Oh thank You oh thank You oh thank You! So then, when I’d figured that out, and learned the whole story…..well, then I became mad….angry…disappointed… but mostly angry. I love this boy with all my heart. He’s a really good kid. Honest, straightforward, hard-working. I can pretty much count on the fingers of one hand the times that I’ve truly, truly been angry with him, and not one of those times can compare to the anger I felt towards him last Sunday night. Not one. Don’t get me wrong…. Accidents happen. I’ve had accidents, I’ve made bad judgment calls, and I’ve done things that I’m not real proud to admit that I did. But the fact is…. He knows better than to do what he did. And now there are consequences that he’ll have to face up to, and those consequences are not very pleasant. But he’ll get through it. He’s got a good character, and he knows right from wrong. He’s strong, and upright. I honestly believe he’s learned a valuable lesson and thankfully not at the cost of his or anyone else’s life. Trucks can be replaced, money can be replenished, and laws can be abided and enforced. But a once it’s taken, someone’s life can never, ever be returned. And that is the crux of the whole thing. it is indeed ironic that I drove the four blocks home from our local tavern on the Friday night before Tanner's accident. Having a few beers socially is not a common habit of mine, but I do enjoy it once in a while. I have a whole different outlook now. Tanner only consumed three beers in an hour and a half. and it completely threw his reflexes off. He says he feels the alcohol had a direct affect on his reflexes, and that he most likley would not have had this accident if he hadn't drank the beer. what a sobering reflection.
Time Out - 2008
Time Out - 2008
Here is pictured Donald Driver after he catches a pass on a timed drill. Note he is signaling time-out so that the field goal team can come on to the field. There are few NFL players that I will give my fan support but Driver is one of my favorite players on the Packers. He seems to love to play, he had a great time at practice this day, playing to the crowd, funning with other players and performing flawlessly. He certainly is underrated as a receiver but doesn't seem to mind. I hope you are a Packer for ever Donald! Canon EOS 20D w/ EF 80-200mm f/2.8 L 0820D_2294

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