Blog of Don Deskins
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
 
Center Stage Bracket
We are doing updates on the Center Stage Bracket site... I am excited about the new Xbox Kinects bracket mount!

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Wednesday, March 23, 2011
 
Using Center Stage Bracket sheves for speakers
I have a fairly compact desk in the corner of the living room, so anytime I add something or am fiddling with something on the desk, the speakers got in the way.  The solution was to use two of the Center Stage Bracket shelves to mount the speakers on the top part of the monitor. The shelves were intended to mount satellite speakers or to mount a XBox Kinect camera on top of a flat panel TV, but this application works perfectly. I used two of the CSB-0505 shelves, now my desk is clear for taking notes, reading references, or for my coffee cup.

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Wednesday, June 09, 2010
 
Seal Bay Flooring
If you are looking for new flooring and live on Vancouver Island, please consider Seal Bay Flooring.

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010
 
Living on the W Coast of Canada
We are here and getting used to the new environment.
Monday, August 17, 2009
 
Economy for the Nissan Titan
Over the past few months, I have installed a few aftermarket items on my 2007 4WD Nissan Titan with tow package. My goal was more efficiency, not necessarily better gas mileage. Most of my driving is done locally, but I made a 325 mile trip over the weekend. I was pleased that I had better than 1/4 of the tank left. When I checked the mileage, I had gotten 17.75 mpg. My previous best was 14.5. The parts include the following:
Friday, January 30, 2009
 
Performance Parts is making some changes
Look for the new and exciting changes over at Performance Parts. A totally new look is in store.

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Tuesday, November 11, 2008
 
I am disappointed...

The election of Barrack Obama as President of the United States leaves me very disappointed. Not that I was a big fan of Senator John McCain because of "moderate" stands, but he was a better choice than Obama.

Politically speaking, I consider myself a Christian first, a conservative second and a Republican third. It is not that I would never vote for a Democrat, but I could never vote for a Democrat that holds the values of the currect Democrat Party. That being said, there was no real choice but to vote for McCain.

I could never vote for Obama simply because I could never vote for a candidate that believes that killing a baby in its mother's womb is a woman's "choice". It doesn't matter how smart he is, how many great ideas he has or anything else. He believes that it is O.K. for a doctor to kill a baby. Concerning my vote, there is no choice here.

But now he is my president. And he has my pledge... to pray for him and his administration. I pray that God will open his eyes... and that he will hear God's voice and obey.

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