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Got a picture of me with the bull in New York



July 18, 2013 – Comments (6)

I was in New York for the first time on Monday and Tuesday this week and I got a picture with that bull they have in the financial district.  Well, dang if my SD card on my phone failed as of yesterday, before I could get the pictures off.  I just got back from 3 weeks of traveling and I lost most of the last 10 days of my pictures.  There were so many people around that bull and it took so long to get those pictures.  Sigh...  Any suggestions?

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#1) On July 18, 2013 at 6:53 PM, dwot (29.24) wrote:

Actually, closer to 2 weeks, I copied everything over on July 3rd, so lost the last two weeks.

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#2) On July 18, 2013 at 7:29 PM, HarryCaraysGhost (57.40) wrote:

Well you could just photoshop it.

I am just shocked,... shocked... that you didn't try getting your picture with the bear.

Did you happen to stop in the bull N' bear bar near there. (I only know it from the CNBC show Happy Hour, and was hoping to visit during filming. Alas the show got cancelled)

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#3) On July 19, 2013 at 2:00 PM, dwot (29.24) wrote:

I didn't know there was a bear, lol.

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#4) On July 24, 2013 at 3:12 AM, Zakrooster (< 20) wrote:

Don't add anything new to the SD card. There are data recovery programs that can sometimes retrieve corrupted data off of memory cards. You might be able to find a place that could do this for you. You might not get everything back, but my old boss had the program and generally we could get most of the data back whenever something went wrong.

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#5) On August 04, 2013 at 6:11 PM, valunvesthere (23.23) wrote:

@ dwot

#3) I didn't know there was a bear, lol.

Yes, there are bears every where! Panda bears on every lamp posts as seen on street blocks after street blocks. It is not uncommon to see unemployed Grizzly bear(s) with hockey jerseys and hockey sticks aggressively pan handling in front of store front(s). Store front(s) such as District Factory Outlet.

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#6) On December 31, 2013 at 7:45 AM, JedBarleycorn (< 20) wrote:

I am told there is a widely available, free program called recuva, which uses the redundant information built into every chip to effect recovery of 'lost' files, You should be able to get a copy of it on filehippo.


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