Benevolent and Loyal Order of Honorable Ancient Red Sox Die Hard Sufferers of New York  since 1965
 

Alias: johntimber
Date Joined: May 7, 2018

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May 25, 2018 - 3:30 am

» Opening Day

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johntimber

 Hi,

Opening Day is the day on which professional baseball leagues begin their regular season. For Major League Baseball and most of the minor leagues, this day typically falls during the first week of April.
For baseball fans, Opening Day serves as a symbol of rebirth; writer Thomas Boswell once penned a book titled, Why Time Begins on Opening Day. Many feel that the occasion represents a newness or a chance to forget last season, in that all 30 of the major league clubs and their millions of fans begin with 0–0 records.
Opening Day festivities extend throughout the sport of baseball, from hundreds of Minor League Baseball franchises to college, high school, and youth leagues in North America and beyond. Since Major League Baseball generally starts their season first among professional leagues, their Opening Day is the one most commonly recognized by the general public. Most of the minor leagues start a few days later, but within the same week; the short season Class A and Rookie leagues are exceptions, since they begin play in June. (College, high school and youth baseball seasons vary widely depending on location and weather conditions.) Opening Day ignores the exhibition games played during spring training in the month leading up to Opening Day.

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May 25, 2018 - 3:25 am

» First day of issue

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johntimber

 HI,

A first day of issue cover or first day cover (FDC) is a postage stamp on a cover, postal card or stamped envelope franked on the first day the issue is authorized for use within the country or territory of the stamp-issuing authority. Sometimes the issue is made from a temporary or permanent foreign or overseas office. Covers that are postmarked at sea or their next port of call will carry a Paquebot postmark. There will usually be a first day of issue postmark, frequently a pictorial cancellation, indicating the city and date where the item was first issued, and "first day of issue" is often used to refer to this postmark. Depending on the policy of the nation issuing the stamp, official first day postmarks may sometimes be applied to covers weeks or months after the date indicated.
An example of a first day cover is this cover for the release of the Game of Thrones stamps on the 23 January 2018 in the UK. Because the stamps are postmarked on 23 January, Wall, Hexham, UK, the cover is a First Day Cover (FDC).
Postal authorities may hold a first day ceremony to generate publicity for the new issue, with postal officials revealing the stamp, and with connected persons in attendance, such as descendants of the person being honored by the stamp. The ceremony may also be held in a location that has a special connection with the stamp's subject, such as the birthplace of a social movement, or at a stamp show.

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May 25, 2018 - 3:19 am

» Electric Backpack Blower (Blohard)

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johntimber

 Hi,

This is a Blohard electric indoor / outdoor blower that works perfectly. From the manufacturer:
"This lightweight 2.8 horsepower electric backpack blow-cleaner has powerful twin motors which produce a forceful blast of pressurized air, making the Blohard capable of moving even heavy objects. It is constructed of durable, high impact polymers and features exceptional low noise yield. Blohard comes with a 3.5-foot, wire-reinforced polymer hose, a wand, and a straight nozzle. It also comes with a harness system consisting of padded shoulder straps, and machine isolation plates for a comfortable custom fit."

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May 25, 2018 - 1:27 am

» 1999 Red Sox on-field?

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johntimber

 Hello,

As a Boston resident I do not ever recall this hat nor can I find any photos of players wearing them. Has myfitteds.com made a mistake? This may have been a BP cap perhaps? Anyone add any insight here? Why when I insert an image or link it never shows up as but instead its the text?

Please help

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

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May 9, 2018 - 9:37 am

» Nightborne, Lost in Translation: Feedback

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johntimber

 Hi,

While I believe everyone is glad this race was made playable, I think I speak for the majority of Nightborne players when I say the conversion from NPC race to player race went rather poorly. In this thread, I will highlight the issues I have with the Nightborne model and overall flavor, as well as bring up suggestions to remedy these issues?

Please help.

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