Eric Lindberg
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Indianapolis 500

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Lindberg May 19. 6 Replies

Any one on here a fan of the Indianapolis 500? I am going to my 14th this month and I am wondering if anyone else on here watches or is going? Who are you rooting for? What is your favorite memory of…Continue

Tags: auto, racing, car, Indy

Good Memoirs to Read

Started Mar 24 0 Replies

Hey all, I am looking for an ebook format of great memoirs. I would love to read about hunters, travelers, soldiers, etc. Anybody know any good ones that are really cheap or even free on Kindle or…Continue

Club Ties

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rockeman May 13, 2013. 1 Reply

I recently bought some club ties at a Goodwill. I was wondering if there is a website that I can look up what the colors and symbols stand for. Any ideas or help you can give me?

Fall coats/jackets

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Shelton Oct 16, 2012. 7 Replies

Hi all. I am looking for a nice looking coat or jacket that I can wear to school and work this fall.  I don't want to wear a pea coat, because I wear that in the winter and I'm not big on hoodies…Continue

 

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Eric Lindberg replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Indianapolis 500
"I understand that completely. It usually is a very nice day outside, and one of the first days to work in the yard."
May 19
Patrick replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Indianapolis 500
"Yeah you are correct on both accounts, It was Wheldon, I thought there was a d and a l in there but I kept pronouncing it with a t.  Maybe I'm confusing Montoya with Helio Castroneves, but the timeline still doesn't match up well,…"
May 17
Eric Lindberg replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Indianapolis 500
"The Canadian is Scott Goodyear. Still the closest finish today. Do you mean Wheldon? He won in 2005 and 2011 and died 6 months after his 2nd. Montoya did only one race (2000) and won. He is back this year for the first time since that win.I have not…"
May 17
Native Son replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Indianapolis 500
"Used to be a family tradition of sorts that involved listening to the race on radio while puttering out in the garage.  Total car nut day.  Fuss with the family ride, listen to the race...Pretty much got out of that when college finances…"
May 17
Patrick replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Indianapolis 500
"I grew up watching it with my folks, this lasted till the split, always enjoyed it.  Half the fun was listening to my old man, and all the stories of Mario's misfortune.  Still remember the year we each picked a driver bet on, both my…"
May 16
Liam Strain replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Indianapolis 500
"My favorite memory is watching Bobby Rahal win in 86, I was 10, and was there with my dad - taking pictures and making a day of it. But having grown up in Indy, my other favorite memory was leaving town every year during the race. Too nuts."
May 16
Eric Lindberg posted a discussion

Indianapolis 500

Any one on here a fan of the Indianapolis 500? I am going to my 14th this month and I am wondering if anyone else on here watches or is going? Who are you rooting for? What is your favorite memory of the race?I am a huge fan of Tony Kanaan. Seeing him win last year is one of my favorites. Definitely my favorite of all the races I've seen. I also loved watching Vitor Meira thread the needle going into turn 1. That was a "I can't believe I just saw that!" moment.See More
May 16
Eric Lindberg posted a discussion

Memoirs

Hey all, I am looking for an ebook format of great memoirs. I would love to read about hunters, travelers, soldiers, etc. Anybody know any good ones that are really cheap or even free on Kindle or iPad?See More
Mar 24
Eric Lindberg posted a discussion

Club Ties

I recently bought some club ties at a Goodwill. I was wondering if there is a website that I can look up what the colors and symbols stand for. Any ideas or help you can give me?
May 13, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Fall coats/jackets
"A long camel hair coat or a long woolen coat."
Oct 16, 2012
Martin replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Fall coats/jackets
"This is so cool. I saw a guy wearing one of these just this week and thought that it'd be a good thing to get, but had no idea what it was or where I'd get it. Now I have both. Thank you!"
Oct 16, 2012
Yngve Rotset replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Fall coats/jackets
"Personally i think a flannel jacket looks really cool combined with a pair of light-blue jeans. A scarf, beanie and a pair of low leather boots also mixes very well!"
Oct 16, 2012
David F. replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Fall coats/jackets
"What do you wear with it?  Jeans or Slacks?  What shoes?"
Oct 15, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion Fall coats/jackets
"M-65.  An absolute classic."
Oct 14, 2012
Eric Lindberg posted a discussion

Fall coats/jackets

Hi all. I am looking for a nice looking coat or jacket that I can wear to school and work this fall.  I don't want to wear a pea coat, because I wear that in the winter and I'm not big on hoodies outside of the home.  I want to look good and still be warm.  What would you suggest?See More
Oct 14, 2012
Shahan replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion 1930s Kentucky Derby Dress
"Dunno if this is too late or whatever for my info to be any good, but... 1930s style... Essentials would be stuff like a sportscoat, a panama hat (if you don't have a panama, or can't buy one, a light-coloured, cheap, men's straw…"
Mar 27, 2012

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At 4:08pm on November 26, 2011, Alfred J. Senibaldi said…

   At 21 years old just married with a child on the way, I got a break and got into the laborers union. 1st job was track work..pulling ties, pulling spikes, basically clearing the bed for a new track...lining up the rail,setting plates, and spiking them down. The goal was 1/4 mile a day..After that job, I went on to concrete foundations for a number of years..In my 40's I tended my 1st bricklayers. 15 years later I'm still at it.. Everyone thinks Im insane , but I love the fast pace!!   Local 22 Boston, Ma

 
 
 

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