Re: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension
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Re: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension

The links to your medium size pics were too small, and the resolution was too dark, so I enlarged them and lightened them. Compare these two images for example:

I also have learned how ephemeral the Internet can be. Links that worked in the morning can be dead by afternoon.

When an author publishes a book, he or she can not restrict which libraries that book is stacked in, nor can he or she require than readers go to a particular library to read the book. If you use that author's book for your own published or presented purposes, you give the author cited credit. Cited Internet published work has always been a dodgy business, especially with links being ephemeral as mentioned above, but people do their best. I tried to keep by citations short and sweet, but at your request a link, active as of this morning, has been added to each photo. I also noted that they were enlarged and lightened. 

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Kevin Abato <delorean@...> wrote:
> Bill:  While I appreciate the fact that you kept my logo on these photos and
> gave me credit (although you still have not accepted my FB friend request
> after more than a year to PROPERLY tag me for credit), I ask that in the
> future you DO NOT use screen capture tools to take photos from my website
> and post them elsewhere.   Surely you noticed that the "right click - Save
> As" mouse options in the browser for photos on my website states "These
> photos are copyrighted by their respective owners.   All rights Reserved.
> Unauthorized use prohibited".   This also includes screen captures and
> reposting the photos without my consent.
> If you would like to share my images, you can either choose to give a direct
> URL link to my original photos on my site, or use the "Share" button above
> the image to link it direct to an e-mail, social media site like Facebook
> and twitter, etc.    
> Thank you
> Kevin Abato
> -----Original Message-----
> From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
> content22207
> Sent: Tuesday, November 08, 2011 12:11 PM
> To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension
> A kind soul just pointed me to these pics of Rob Grady's personal LCA's
> (10,000 points to the first person who figures out how they were made):
> 057778755_832024_2077365710_n.jpg
> 26_100001057778755_832023_459186805_n.jpg
> 31_100001057778755_832022_999504283_n.jpg
> 70_100001057778755_832020_829589403_n.jpg
> Obviously Rob's LCA's have no fore/aft movement whatsoever, which should to
> lay to rest once & for ever fears that lower wishbones will rip the sway bar
> off the crumple extension (anyone who has ever stood one on end and flexed
> it knew that argument was a Red Herring all along -- the sway bar is bendy
> as can be, which makes it totally unsuitable to serve as a backwards thrust
> arm).
> Bill Robertson
> #5939
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