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Old 12-17-2004, 10:04 PM   #16
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Hey! My dad's got a HUGE Märklin HO/Z/1 guage collection. Many rare collectables. I grew up with that stuff.
Hey Randy, does your dad want more? I have a small stock of Z guage, which i need to get rid of, so i can stick with one guage only, (ho). I love Marklin, Piko, Fleischmann, Roco, and all german trains, tho i decided to just stick to ho gauge. Its all mint if that helps, looks brand new ( maybe cuz i never used it, just kept it on display in a glass case.) I am building a HUGE ho layout in my basement. Here is a pic of my dusty HOs, the Zs are brand new, my HOs are dusty, mint and damageless, but dusty and in need of dusting...

Anyways i knew that was a marklin digital ho set, just look at the digital controllers (old style) on the pic of BigD using the loco as his penis....
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Old 12-17-2004, 10:06 PM   #17
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wow dats one goddamn freaking faboulously amazingly, good digital camera!!!!!
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Old 12-17-2004, 10:23 PM   #18
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the picture is ALOT better, i had to crap out the quality so i could upload it to max in photoshop, and its a Pentax Optio S, it has good macro
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Old 12-17-2004, 10:33 PM   #19
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It's called Realtime operating systems, the most badass course at UofWaterloo. I can't count how many times I've been up for 35-45 hrs straight working. Here is the result of the final one, hours before final demonstration, awake for 46 hours:

Is the blue M5 always parked in lot N yours? I drive the salty E30 that does lots o donuts. I figured that sweet M was someone here.
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Old 12-18-2004, 12:12 AM   #20
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Is the blue M5 always parked in lot N yours? I drive the salty E30 that does lots o donuts. I figured that sweet M was someone here.
Yup, that's it! Wow, small world! There's also a yellow E36 M3 that's a regular, that I keep wondering about, I wonder if it's anyone here...

RE: train set, that's what we have to track and control in real time. At the end of the course you have to have made a realtime OS and a realtime application that tracks the trains, controls them and does something "cool". Cool is subjective to the prof, if he thinks it's worthy of the effort. Ours was the runaway train. We had one train going at full speed which we pretended we couldn't control. And there is a dead end in the middle, and outside of the track, which we said are drop off points and we had a delivery train which had to safely navigate upon request, from one to the other, obviously without hitting the runaway. We pretty much got it to work... it could work for quite a while, but sometimes our safety zones were a little too tight and we would generate an absolutely spectacular crash, with one train being punted clean off the track.
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