Insert an image from your computer the easy way

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  1. Jeff

    Jeff Administrator

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    Fast, Free Image Hosting - ImageBam
    Step 1 1st image - go to Imagebam.com and press select files then press upload button
    Step 2 Image 2- copy the code in that red circle by left clicking and holding button while sliding across text with your cursor with your mouse
    Step 3 image 3 once you do this the text will be highlighted , right click and select copy and left click it
    Step 4 Image 4 - click inside the quick reply box.. Now right click and a menu pops up... select paste.. then just post message



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  2. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    That is easy, thank you Jeff!!

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  3. SuperCourse

    SuperCourse HILLARY 2020

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    Easy for you GT, I'll have to practice, my computer skills are basic.
     
  4. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    Hey, your talking to a guy that is a picture hosting idiot! I have done it before but I couldn't figure out image shack, this is a really simple way, each of those 4 steps Jeff put up, you can blow up the pic by clicking on it, thats what I did, give it a try SC its so easy even a grocerythrower can do it!
     
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    Anyone recognize this terminal?

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    Cerberus_Kelpie Wings Over the World!

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    Imagebam look good.
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    Gee whiz GT, watt's difficult about Image Shack??

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    SMOKESTACK Administrator Staff Member

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  10. Stoney

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    That looks like Kingman Az
     
  11. mud

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    That would be right.
     
  12. Stoney

    Stoney Well-Known Member

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    Where did you get that pic?
     
  13. mud

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    My truck in the parking lot of my favorite Kmart, Kingman AZ.[​IMG][/URL] [/IMG]
     
  14. Stoney

    Stoney Well-Known Member

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    You're a Kingmanite?
     
  15. mud

    mud Wonderin'

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    No, I am not a Kingmanite. I live north of Albuquerque, my Mother lives in Anaheim Ca. I have driven from Abq to Kingman to Anaheim and back for over twenty-five years. Kingman is one of my favorite places.
     
  16. mud

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    I took it about a week ago, when in Kingman. Are you with ABF in Kingman or Phoenix?
     
  17. Stoney

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    Small world. I was born in Abq(78), now I reside and work in Kingman.
     
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    I started with Roadway as a city driver in ABQ in 1981 on Roadways first dock off of Eubank over by Kirtland AFB. I retired from YRC
    in 2009 after the merger, by then on Yellows dock on 98th. street and Coors Blvd.
     
  19. Stoney

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    You may have met my dad. While I was being born Abq, my dad was running casual with Big R in Kingman. This was right after Western Gillett was bought out by Big R in the west.
    My dad ran to Albq many times, before getting an Adelanto turn bid that he ran till 95(I think it was 95), when that big change of ops took place, and he went to Dallas to run the Sleepers.
    In 02 I went to Dallas and got hired by Big R(of course with the help of my dads name). Left Big R in 05 and came back to Kingman with ABF.
    My dad retired in 06.
     
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    If your Dad ran into Roadway Albq during the early eighties, I bet I saw or talked to him out in the yard or in the break room. Those were big midnight shift years for me.
     
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