all things lepard

February 11th, 2012 chris

lovin this, see it in action here


What I would like to do today

November 13th, 2011 chris

letter I letter W letter A letter N letter T T letter O letter G letter O letter T little tikes letter O C letter O N letter T i ever G lades letter O

Tom Splashing

June 10th, 2011 chris

Tom breaking my back

June 9th, 2011 chris

He did this over and over again…


Deano got drunk • Modelo grande.

May 14th, 2011 chris

Our Friend’s dog, Deano, likes to get smashed on the streets of San Francisco. We miss them lots, but they have got to keep Deano’s drinks refreshed…so we don’t see much of them.

Deano got drunk • Modelo grande..



My iron man birthday

May 12th, 2011 chris


Tom gave me an Iron Man toy for my birthday…I don’t think I will get to play with it much!

Larry Shaw 1979 National Geographic

April 21st, 2011 chris
Excited to share this with the family. We got the entire National Geographic Magazine archive in order to find this. Well worth it. So for those that don’t know, this is my Grandfather, Larry Shaw, who was featured in the magazine back on November 1979. Thanks to Uncle Larry Don Shaw, for purchasing this!
The text reads:
We’ve got to live on faith. If we don’t get the rain, we don’t make it.” During a dry spring Larry Shaw watches the wind eat away at his 2,000 acres of cotton fields near Knott, Texas. While he waits for rain to bring planting time, he digs out an implement called a sand fighter, designed to protect young shoots from burning by covering the sand with a layer of earth.
The blowing sand has no more respect for the living than for the dead in the town cemetery, which Larry helped excavate–though he never found the long-lost grave of his infant brother.
Throughout the America’s Great Plains the arrival of the cowboy and his cattle in the mid-19th century, along with poor farming techniques practiced by homesteaders, denuded millions of acres. The legacy of overuse blew in with the winds of the drought-stricken 1930′s, creating the catastrophic dust bowl. Today a different crisis faces the nation’s arid West — the depletion of limited groundwater at an alarming rate. A resident of Phoenix, Arizona, for example, uses an average of 150 gallons of water a day, compared with less than four gallons for an inhabitant of rural African lands.

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car museum

April 17th, 2011 chris

Car Museum from Chris Lepard on Vimeo.

Car Museum (by clepard)

AMD Chipsets Will be the First to Support USB 3.0

April 13th, 2011 chris

Link: AMD Chipsets Will be the First to Support USB 3.0

hmmm… I did not know this! A friend told me about this, this morning. I worked on these chipsets!

Robot Merit Badge

April 10th, 2011 chris


(via Robotics merit badge gets official within Boy Scouts of America, Wall-E approves emphatically — Engadget)