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On 1/9/2020 at 5:21 PM, TTC Guy said:

Apple or Samsung

On 1/9/2020 at 6:17 PM, Streety McCarface said:

Apple 🍎🍎🍎

Samsung, hands down. Here's just one of the reasons why.

On 1/9/2020 at 7:24 PM, splendidwizardplayer said:

Orion I or Orion VI?

VI.

Married pair subway configuration or not?

Edited by 81-717

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Edit: quoted wrong post 

2 hours ago, 81-717 said:

Samsung.

VI.

Married pair subway configuration or not?

I'm going to say not.

2008 Orion V with EPA 2007 ISL/B400R (those are uncommon) or 1992 Orion V with 6V92TA/HTB-748?

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45 minutes ago, OC Transpo/STO Fan said:

Edit: quoted wrong post 

I'm going to say not.

2008 Orion V with EPA 2007 ISL/B400R (those are uncommon) or 1992 Orion V with 6V92TA/HTB-748?

1992 Orion V

Maple leaf or stripe?

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13 hours ago, Wayside Observer said:

That’s a tough one.  The Orion 1 was a neat bus and that single front door sounded exactly like someone closing a fridge when it sealed up just as it finished swinging shut but I think I’ll go with the Orion 6 since I do have to give them credit for trying out an unconventional layout even if it didn’t work out so well in service.

How about:  pork or beef hotdogs?

All Beef Hotdogs, but pork bratwurst 

Earl Grey or Matcha?

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5 hours ago, Streety McCarface said:

All Beef Hotdogs, but pork bratwurst 

Earl Grey or Matcha?

Earl Grey.

Do you like your traction motors series, compound, shunt, sepex, or three phase VFD asynchronous?

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On 1/9/2020 at 10:27 PM, OC Transpo/STO Fan said:

I'm going to say not.

That's too bad, personally I much prefer the married pair configuration over any other, especially the full-length configuration like the TR (2 cabs per train). New York's 4+4 or 5+5 configuration is a good halfway point. As much as I love the 81-717s, I hate the fact that they're not married pairs but rather a full-length trainset like the TR (but non-articulated) - it somewhat blurs the distinction between the classic 81-717 and the modern TR-type trains. :P

22 hours ago, Wayside Observer said:

Do you like your traction motors series, compound, shunt, sepex, or three phase VFD asynchronous?

Whichever category the H5s come in under I guess.

Boeing-747 or Airbus A380?

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27 minutes ago, 81-717 said:

That's too bad, personally I much prefer the married pair configuration over any other, especially the full-length configuration like the TR (2 cabs per train). New York's 4+4 or 5+5 configuration is a good halfway point. As much as I love the 81-717s, I hate the fact that they're not married pairs but rather a full-length trainset like the TR (but non-articulated) - it somewhat blurs the distinction between the classic 81-717 and the modern TR-type trains. :P

Whichever category the H5s come in under I guess.

Boeing-747 or Airbus A380?

Boeing 747, no questions asked. 

 

HWY 407 or HWY 401?

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28 minutes ago, Streety McCarface said:

Boeing 747, no questions asked. 

 

HWY 407 or HWY 401?

407 b/c why will I want to get stuck in the biggest parking lot?

H4 or H5?

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5 hours ago, Streety McCarface said:

Boeing 747, no questions asked. 

HWY 407 or HWY 401?

Personally (and I know this may be an unpopular opinion) I think the 747 looks ugly (the pointy angular nose and the hump on top), so I definitely prefer the A380 which is a lot more rounded, and being fully bi-level it doesn't have the hump like the 747. The A380 just looks more like a regular aircraft, but bigger.

I'd say 401 since it's not a toll highway unlike the 407, although the 407 thus has the advantage of being less crowded.

400 or 404?

5 hours ago, splendidwizardplayer said:

H4 or H5?

Definitely H5.

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8 hours ago, 81-717 said:

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Boeing-747 or Airbus A380?

747 for life

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On January 11, 2020 at 1:22 PM, 81-717 said:

Whichever category the H5s come in under I guess.

That would be sepex then, which is really a shunt motor with separate excitation circuits for the field and armature.

 

3 hours ago, 81-717 said:

H6.

G1 or T1?

 

3 hours ago, STO_1601 said:

T1

2D or 3D?

Oh I beg to differ.  G1 for me thanks!

2D.  The 3D fad didn't work out so well at least for home viewing and you took a 50% haircut on horizontal resolution to make it happen too.

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1 hour ago, Wayside Observer said:

So, which would you rather have, Swiss Chalet or St. Hubert?

Swiss Chalet

Chicken or Ribs?

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21 minutes ago, STO_1601 said:

Chicken or Ribs?

Ribs.

Yeah, I know it’s a conflict of interest since I make the official ribs of Friends of Philadelphia Trolleys but still...

Beef or pork?

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Depends. If subway then definitely videos (though pictures are nice too).

Facebook or Instagram?

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36 minutes ago, 81-717 said:

Depends. If subway then definitely videos (though pictures are nice too).

Facebook or Instagram?

Facebook

Youtube or Dailymotion?

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38 minutes ago, STO_1601 said:

Facebook

Youtube or Dailymotion?

YouTube.

Cloud storage (storing files online) or local storage (storing files on your PC)

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1 hour ago, TechSpotlight said:

YouTube.

Cloud storage (storing files online) or local storage (storing files on your PC)

Local

Pen or Pencil

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