Yeah, 1-100 and 1-1000 is hard to figure outAbsolutely, I hate metric, as odd is it sounds its way too confusing.
If you stored your snooker balls in a vacuum, you would avoid the photooxidation that turns the cue ball yellow. UV light, heat and oxygen are the culprit.I fi
I find this interesting...green, after all, is a yellow/blue mixture...so as the cloth ages, the yellow fades quicker?
...you know how cue balls tend to become yellow from lack of use....I had an unused set of snooker balls...but they were 15 years old, still in the box...cue ball was very yellow, and the blue ball was green.
Sorry I never took pics. I never take pics of anything I own.Eric, any picks of this gem you care to share?
Perhaps the table needs a new home?Sorry I never took pics. I never take pics of anything I own.
I have never set up the table, came wrapped, we unwrapped it, made sure it was alll there and it’s sat like that for many years. I moved from that property & it went into storage properly packed and it’s stlll there.
I’m pondering setting it up, not sure.
if I do I’ll have someone get pics for you
Too late, the adoption paperwork has been started then me and "dad" are gonna start putting that table together so we can share some light hearted competition on it.Perhaps the table needs a new home?
The home I have in mind would offer full visitation rights.
Green on a classic tableI added a poll also, curious what cloth color people lean toward on older tables. Assuming superior lighting
Don't you think Wisconsin is a bit far for "dad" to go and see his new son? LOLToo late, the adoption paperwork has been started then me and "dad" are gonna start putting that table together so we can share some light hearted competition on it.
Isn’t it easier to think in round numbers?Absolutely, I hate metric, as odd is it sounds its way too confusing.
Its not the tens that makes metric difficult for me its that when I look at a piece of 1.6250 diameter tubing I see 1 5/8", not 41.28mm or 4.128cm. One would think it would be easy for me to convert since I am always using metric and fractional sockets and wrenches every day and I am very familiar with them the rest just doesnt click. Thats not even considering how bad the confusion is when talking about weight and temp in metric vs imperial.Isn’t it easier to think in round numbers?
I used to help a friend out on the weekends; he’d yak about if you counted your knuckles they made twelve. Great man, how is that practical to our current purpose?
I used to have a blast asking for things in jacked up fractions, “I need a piece just a ‘red one’ under 14 an 15/12ths.”
“Oh fine, cut it at 15 and 2/16ths heavy. Just a C.H. though.”
I was kinda thinking I would be moving.Don't you think Wisconsin is a bit far for "dad" to go and see his new son? LOL
Cold hard cash are my adoption papers, and I am just a hop, skip, and a jump up the PCH.
You’d better get that moving truck in gear quickly. Oh, and be prepared for a little sticker shock if you are planning on living in Eric’s hood.I was kinda thinking I would be moving.