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Rulekeep

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Rulekeep last won the day on December 24 2016

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About Rulekeep

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    Resident #UMPFAN
  • Birthday 02/06/2000

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    : behind the camera
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    Calling out @stk004 and public transit

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  1. Sweet cards!

    this is really cool information and I'm glad you added it but why is it so large that's what she said
  2. Sweet cards!

    Well, these are hardly updated. I have a sneaking suspicion that Reagan is not still Dave Pallone's hero, and Brian Gorman is rather babyfaced. Unfortunately these don't have a publish date on them like normal baseball cards and I can't track down the receipt. edit: omg I need to update my lens prescription the first four do (2004) but the last four don't.
  3. Sweet cards!

    y'all know I'm all about that hashtag umpfan lyfe. I ordered these (for an atrocious sum) last spring and forgot. Only when I went over to my old house a few days ago and my biological father hand me my mail did I remember. They're all in AWESOME condition. Well worth the money. edit: some of them uploaded out of order but I have faith that you can figure it out
  4. Bears!

    Scared, trapped, and the dumbest people alive walking up to it and taking pictures as a small group of locals scream their heads off to leave the thing alone. I told one woman to come across the street and not to crowd it and she turned around and told me off like damn okay just come to a place with wildlife and ignore the people who know how to deal with the wildlife.
  5. Your Own Personal Albatross

    I have a 39 day streak with Spencer on snapchat and I can tell you that he takes the L's in more than baseball. The Mariner's game I attended with him, they lost to the Brewers. And it rained. And I saw a cyclist get creamed by a speeding car. EDIT 12:16AM 8/3/17: he's going to reply to this with a snap I sent him of the glasses that my optometrist ordered two sizes too big and think that's clever.
  6. Seeds

    I wore gray carpenters my first season and part of the way into my second. We don't talk about those years. The umpire pictured also walked off a playoff game because it started raining. In a rainforest. And "accidentally" shoved a catcher over for "being mouthy." And refused to back me up EVER while at the same time getting upset that I never talked to coaches for him. Umpiring here is more like babysitting grown men.
  7. Seeds

    Why settle for seeds?
  8. How many umpires does it take to change a light bulb?

    See if you were hip with my once constant barrage of Star Trek snaps than you would understand.
  9. How many umpires does it take to change a light bulb?

    http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Rules_of_Acquisition Never spend money on what you can find for free. EDIT: dammit, maven beat me to it and I went in before viewing the rest of the thread.
  10. City buses.

    I have...a thing...for transit. Gilligs and Orion Flyers at the barn. Taken by former operator Gillfoto. An express bus's time stop at the university. A vaguely threatening New Flyer lurks at the Downtown Transit Center. Downtown Transit Center at sunrise, with all four morning weekday routes ready to go outbound. The lit room in the corner of the center is the driver's breakroom. Our new (now old) Gilligs arriving at the barge docks in 2009(?). Taken by former operator Gillfoto. Longtime operator Hal drives inbound in the snow in one of the last Orion Flyers to be used in Alaska. Taken by former operator Gillfoto. Hal, in blue, recently promoted to Lead Operator, walks with another Lead to return to the bus barn after monitoring from the DTC. Newest operator JR answers a passenger's question. Edited. An inbound passes through the cruise ship docks of downtown Juneau. A New Flyer and a Gillig wait for their operators in the early morning at the Downtown Transit Center. Note the "buses only" signs. Operator Ray waits for transfers at the federal building. Operator Matthew who lives up to his name's meaning of "god's gift" laughs at the comment of his new trainee before boarding his usual rig, New Flyer 51. Potentially the most famous Capital Transit photo, two brand new Gillig low floors with the rarely seen "Capital Transit" sign and completely new decals wait at the DTC. Taken by former operator Gillfoto and used on the paper timetables. The last night run to Douglas Island waits for it's operator in the February darkness. An evening run to the Mendenhall Valley being prepped by it's operator. A New Flyer turns through a downtown intersection. This photo was taken at about 4:50PM. My last visit to the local bus barn. Four out of use New Flyers sit sadly in the yard, up for auction.
  11. Riddell Power 2.0

    He's a transit operator, not a bus driver.
  12. Riddell Power 2.0

    He went on for a lot longer than three messages and then he almost blocked me for saying something else was more beautiful.
  13. Riddell Power 2.0

    @Stk004 just about made a mess in his pants over this. (Under the cut.) Good work.
  14. Bears!

    He comes into my thread, one ups me with his bear photo like he can out-Alaska me. Oh yeah? Here was the sick ride I saw on the highway yesterday!
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