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Started by CTG, January 18, 2009, 11:55:46 PM

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CTG

Quote from: Usrin on November 18, 2019, 12:12:13 AM
I've updated my flight history, digging up the bookings from the last 2 years - and it turned out that I completed exactly 200 flight segments during my life so far.
Details: https://my.flightradar24.com/Usrin/

Bourgeois

Quote from: Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister on November 18, 2019, 08:58:29 AM
Oh... I have my flight stats only in an Excel file. And I only have 34 flights so far during my life.

Budapest   Hannover   privát, stunts találkozó   Air Berlin   2005.07.14
Hannover   Budapest   privát, stunts találkozó   Air Berlin   2005.07.19
Budapest   Párizs CDG   céges, tréning   Air France   2011.02.28
Párizs CDG   San Francisco International   céges, tréning   Air France   2011.02.28
San Francisco International   Párizs CDG   céges, tréning   Air France   2011.03.06
Párizs CDG   Budapest   céges, tréning   Malév   2011.03.07
Budapest   Frankfurt am Main   céges, tréning   Lufthansa   2013.05.19
Frankfurt am Main   San Francisco International   céges, tréning   Lufthansa   2013.05.19
San Francisco International   München   céges, tréning   Lufthansa   2013.05.27
München   Budapest   céges, tréning   Lufthansa   2013.05.28
Budapest   Isztambul   céges, konferencia   Turkish Airlines   2013.09.30
Isztambul   Budapest   céges, konferencia   Turkish Airlines   2013.10.06
Budapest   Varsó Chopin   privát   WizzAir   2015.06.29
Varsó Chopin   Stavanger   privát   WizzAir   2015.06.30
Stavanger   Varsó Chopin   privát   WizzAir   2015.07.07
Varsó Chopin   Budapest   privát   WizzAir   2015.07.09
Debrecen   Milánó/Bergamo   privát   WizzAir   2015.10.25
Milánó/Bergamo   Debrecen   privát   WizzAir   2015.10.28
Budapest   Barcelona   privát, nyaralás   RyanAir   2016.12.12
Barcelona   Las Palmas de Gran Canaria   privát, nyaralás   RyanAir   2016.12.12
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria   Barcelona   privát, nyaralás   Vueling   2016.12.18
Barcelona   Budapest   privát, nyaralás   RyanAir   2016.12.18
Budapest   Párizs CDG   privát, nászút   Air France   2017.06.22
Párizs CDG   Lisszabon   privát, nászút   Air France   2017.06.22
Lisszabon   Párizs CDG   privát, nászút   Air France   2017.06.29
Párizs CDG   Budapest   privát, nászút   Air France   2017.06.29
Debrecen   Malmö   privát   WizzAir   2018.01.26
Malmö   Debrecen   privát   WizzAir   2018.01.29
Budapest   Amszterdam Schiphol   privát   KLM   2018.10.06
Amszterdam Schiphol   Bristol   privát   KLM   2018.10.06
Bristol   Amszterdam Schiphol   privát   KLM   2018.10.13
Amszterdam Schiphol   Budapest   privát   KLM   2018.10.13
Debrecen   Lárnaka   privát, nyaralás   WizzAir   2019.09.01
Lárnaka   Debrecen   privát, nyaralás   WizzAir   2019.09.04

Bourgeois

Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister

Other useless stats:

Countries where I have hiked:

Hungary (first in 198x)
Slovakia (first in1999)
Croatia (first in 2011)
Poland (first in 2011)
Austria (first in2013)
Norway (2015)
Spain (2016, Canary Islands)
Greece (2018, only small hike)
Slovenia (2019, only small hike)

Countries where I have ridden a bike:

Hungary (first in ?1992)
Norway (2015)
Slovakia (first in 2015)
Sweden (2018)

Countries where I have driven a car:

Hungary (active driver since 2018)
Slovakia (first in 2018)
Austria (first in 2018)
Czech Republic (2019)
Germany (2019)
Slovenia (2019)
Italy (2019)
Poland (2019)

Countries where I have swum:

Hungary (learned in 1998)
Denmark (2005, Baltic Sea)
Italy (first in 2006, Adriatic Sea)
Croatia (2012, Adriatic Sea)
USA (2013, Pacific Ocean)
Montenegro (2013, Adriatic Sea)
Bulgaria (first in 2014, Black Sea)
Spain (2016, Canary Islands, Atlantic Ocean)
Portugal (2017, Atlantic Ocean)
Greece (2018, Aegean Sea)
Cyprus (2019, Mediterranean Sea)
Chürműű! :-)

2049.05 km

CTG

Quote from: Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister on November 22, 2019, 10:14:15 AM
Other useless stats:

Countries where I have hiked:

Hungary (first in 198x)
Slovakia (first in1999)
Croatia (first in 2011)
Poland (first in 2011)
Austria (first in2013)
Norway (2015)
Spain (2016, Canary Islands)
Greece (2018, only small hike)
Slovenia (2019, only small hike)

Countries where I have ridden a bike:

Hungary (first in ?1992)
Norway (2015)
Slovakia (first in 2015)
Sweden (2018)

Countries where I have driven a car:

Hungary (active driver since 2018)
Slovakia (first in 2018)
Austria (first in 2018)
Czech Republic (2019)
Germany (2019)
Slovenia (2019)
Italy (2019)
Poland (2019)

Countries where I have swum:

Hungary (learned in 1998)
Denmark (2005, Baltic Sea)
Italy (first in 2006, Adriatic Sea)
Croatia (2012, Adriatic Sea)
USA (2013, Pacific Ocean)
Montenegro (2013, Adriatic Sea)
Bulgaria (first in 2014, Black Sea)
Spain (2016, Canary Islands, Atlantic Ocean)
Portugal (2017, Atlantic Ocean)
Greece (2018, Aegean Sea)
Cyprus (2019, Mediterranean Sea)

I miss the following lists from your post: countries where you...
- crapped more than 10 times
- ate chili beans or shitty alpenmilch from pina
- your nose bleeded after you blew it (separate list for those where you made on an airplane)
- drunk more than 3 / 5 / 10 different brands of local beers
- böffed an öblös one

Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister

Quote from: CTG on November 22, 2019, 10:30:17 AM
Quote from: Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister on November 22, 2019, 10:14:15 AM
Other useless stats:

Countries where I have hiked:

Hungary (first in 198x)
Slovakia (first in1999)
Croatia (first in 2011)
Poland (first in 2011)
Austria (first in2013)
Norway (2015)
Spain (2016, Canary Islands)
Greece (2018, only small hike)
Slovenia (2019, only small hike)

Countries where I have ridden a bike:

Hungary (first in ?1992)
Norway (2015)
Slovakia (first in 2015)
Sweden (2018)

Countries where I have driven a car:

Hungary (active driver since 2018)
Slovakia (first in 2018)
Austria (first in 2018)
Czech Republic (2019)
Germany (2019)
Slovenia (2019)
Italy (2019)
Poland (2019)

Countries where I have swum:

Hungary (learned in 1998)
Denmark (2005, Baltic Sea)
Italy (first in 2006, Adriatic Sea)
Croatia (2012, Adriatic Sea)
USA (2013, Pacific Ocean)
Montenegro (2013, Adriatic Sea)
Bulgaria (first in 2014, Black Sea)
Spain (2016, Canary Islands, Atlantic Ocean)
Portugal (2017, Atlantic Ocean)
Greece (2018, Aegean Sea)
Cyprus (2019, Mediterranean Sea)

I miss the following lists from your post: countries where you...
- crapped more than 10 times
- ate chili beans or shitty alpenmilch from pina
- your nose bleeded after you blew it (separate list for those where you made on an airplane)
- drunk more than 3 / 5 / 10 different brands of local beers
- böffed an öblös one

Well, maybe the stats I showed were not THAT useless... :-)

But:
a.) Well, my average daily craps range around 1.0-1.2, though I guess it's a bit less when I'm travelling. So, the countries where I spent at least 10 nights are candidates. :-) Plus Slovakia, where I sent many many days. Plus Hungary. Unfortunately I don't have crapping stats detailed to that extent.
b.) Unfortunately there are no such countries.
c.) I guess only Hungary, I'm not the nose-bleeder type. On plane: never, it's rather my ears that suffers sometimes on plane during cabin pressure fluctuations.
d.) I could check them in an hour in my Beer excel file. Not now.
e.) Like a.), so where I spent several days, maybe I have böffed an öblös one there. And unfortunately, I don't have exact stats like this.
Chürműű! :-)

2049.05 km

CTG

Btw I'm fond of smart gadgets. When I was 5 or 6 years old, I used to (day)dream about magic machines, being able to measure and register any useless parameters of my life. Now it's reality.

Cas

Oh... I think I should organise something like that for me. In my case, my flights (from memory), go more or less like this:

March 2007: Córdoba (AR) -> Santiago (CL)
Next day: Santiago (CL) -> Lima (PE) -> Caracas (VE) -> Maracaibo (VE)
A few days later: Maracaibo (VE) -> Caracas (VE) -> Santiago (CL)
Next day: Santiago (CL) -> Córdoba (AR)

Late June 2009: Córdoba (AR) -> Santiago (CL)
A week later: Santiago (CL) -> Auckland (NZ)
May 2010: Wellington (NZ) -> Auckland (NZ) -> Santiago (CL)
A week later: Santiago (CL) -> Córdoba (AR)

Late May 2014: Córdoba (AR) -> Santiago (CL) -> Auckland (NZ)
A couple of months later: Wellington (NZ) -> Christchurch (NZ)
About a monht later: Wellington (NZ) -> Auckland (NZ) -> Santiago (CL) -> Buenos Aires (AR) -> Córdoba (AR)

July 2017: Córdoba (AR) -> Santiago (CL)
A week later: Santiago (CL) -> Lima (PE)
Two weeks later: Lima (PE) -> Córdoba (AR)
Earth is my country. Science is my religion.

Daniel3D

Hi All,

this is as good a place as any to introduce myself a bit.

I'm Daniël and Stunts fan since 1992.
I've been around here as guest on and off for about 5 years.
been around JTk's site way longer, before the millenium i think.

Height: 186 cm
Weight: 81 kg
Fat ratio: ~12%
Shoe size: 43
average hours of sleep: 4-6
hours needed: 6+
age: 40
Wife: 1
Kids: 4 (8y, 5y, 2y and 8m)
stunts driving experience: 28 years
Number of legal copies owned: 0 (never even seen it)
Computers owned at this moment: 4 for me 1 for the rest  8)
working phones and tablets: 4 for me 3 for the rest
Time available to play stunts: never enough
Time spend on playing stunts: always to much.

That's it for now.
D
Edison once said,
"I have not failed 10,000 times,
I've successfully found 10,000 ways that will not work."
---------
Currently running over 20 separate instances of Stunts
---------
Check out the STUNTS resources on my Mega (globe icon)

CTG

Quote from: Daniel3D on June 24, 2020, 12:05:28 AM
Hi All,

this is as good a place as any to introduce myself a bit.

I'm Daniël and Stunts fan since 1992.
I've been around here as guest on and off for about 5 years.
been around JTk's site way longer, before the millenium i think.

Height: 186 cm
Weight: 81 kg
Fat ratio: ~12%
Shoe size: 43
average hours of sleep: 4-6
hours needed: 6+
age: 40
Wife: 1
Kids: 4 (8y, 5y, 2y and 8m)
stunts driving experience: 28 years
Number of legal copies owned: 0 (never even seen it)
Computers owned at this moment: 4 for me 1 for the rest  8)
working phones and tablets: 4 for me 3 for the rest
Time available to play stunts: never enough
Time spend on playing stunts: always to much.

That's it for now.
D

Welcome back, Argammon. Kidding.

Duplode

Quote from: Daniel3D on June 24, 2020, 12:05:28 AM
Hi All,

this is as good a place as any to introduce myself a bit.

I'm Daniël and Stunts fan since 1992.
I've been around here as guest on and off for about 5 years.
been around JTk's site way longer, before the millenium i think.

Height: 186 cm
Weight: 81 kg
Fat ratio: ~12%
Shoe size: 43
average hours of sleep: 4-6
hours needed: 6+
age: 40
Wife: 1
Kids: 4 (8y, 5y, 2y and 8m)
stunts driving experience: 28 years
Number of legal copies owned: 0 (never even seen it)
Computers owned at this moment: 4 for me 1 for the rest  8)
working phones and tablets: 4 for me 3 for the rest
Time available to play stunts: never enough
Time spend on playing stunts: always to much.

That's it for now.
D

Nice fact sheet  :) Welcome, fellow Daniel  :D

Daniel3D

 8) thanks.

I usually don't do forums because I can't keep up.
But here the most post actually have some degree of depth. And at a good pace  ::)

Edison once said,
"I have not failed 10,000 times,
I've successfully found 10,000 ways that will not work."
---------
Currently running over 20 separate instances of Stunts
---------
Check out the STUNTS resources on my Mega (globe icon)

CTG


dreadnaut

Quote5015,93 km

CTG, how does that work in terms of tires, brakes, and chains? How many have you replaced at this point? ;D

CTG

#282
Quote from: dreadnaut on December 16, 2020, 06:59:26 PM
Quote5015,93 km

CTG, how does that work in terms of tires, brakes, and chains? How many have you replaced at this point? ;D


Luckily, this bike is a work horse. It's quite slow (internal hub with 3 gears), heavy (steel), but needs only minor maintenance.

Tires: accidental puncture of the front wheel (April), anyway both tyres are already close to "slick" state
Brakes: front V-brakes were adjusted in June, rear contra brake is still fine
Crank set: minor adjustment
Chains: the original one is still working
Internal hub: minor adjustment was necessary in the summer

dreadnaut

Quote from: CTG on December 16, 2020, 08:35:10 PM
Luckily, this bike is a work horse. It's quite slow (internal hub with 3 gears), heavy (steel), but needs only minor maintenance.

It does sound sturdy! I kept having to replace the v-brake pads, but I suppose city cycling at rush our it more start-and-stop. Anyway, they've lasted far longer this year, since I've been working from home :P

Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister

Despite CTG reached high numbers this year (maybe he should compete with Zak), I remained a regular hobby biker. I am at 2493 km this year, which means a new yearly record in my life... and it could have been more as I didn't have a bike for a month in the summer (buying one was difficult due to the coronavirus pandemic). But it is a result of the pandemic restrictions this year: less travels, less swimming, less hiking (in the Tatra mountains for example), more free time... so... new record, but no joy... trying to reach 2500 km in the next days if I find a weekend day over 5 Celsius to track 7 km somewhere in the town...
Chürműű! :-)

2049.05 km