The never ending hunt for mechanical and electronics parts is something that I have always enjoyed. Nobody, well most… okay, some people, dont like to see good parts going to waste. 279 more words
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This photo is taken at Mullick Bazar where different type of car parts are sold and bought,two wheeler or four wheeler whatever the car you are owning,you can modify it by just spending a minimum amount of price.The cars which are accidentally damaged are brought at mullick bazar as a pile for reusing their parts in another car,this bazar or market area is popularly known as the “CHORA BAZAR” of cars in Kolkata as all the illegal buying and selling of cars and car parts are done here.You can easily get in there and have a nice shopping for your car in a cheap rate.This man in the picture was assembling some car parts while I was busy in taking few shots of his work.All the semi circle shaped things you can see in this photo are the parts of car wheel. 17 more words
I thought it would be a good article to review a hub overhaul on a nice set of Mavic wheels before your spring riding season heats up (at least on the East coast). 1,945 more words
In response to a pair of Videos from The team @ExtraCreditz and @IdeaChannel i quickly discuss what came to mind regarding the use of Narrative and Mechanical Story telling in games and how they have changed in J-RPG’s over the last 15/20 years Share and comment on the video if you would like to see more posts Like this. 41 more words
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This is the second article that was required by the same module that asked for this website. Similarly to last time, any additions or changes are in italics and there weren’t any pictures in the original. 684 more words