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    (email address removed by moderator to prevent spammers from picking it up)



    Same as before
    My travel blog Currently about living in Europe with many older blog posts about riding a motorcycle across the US and Europe.

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    <nothing>

    I guess I hit this thread before doing any cut and paste today.
    Forming opinions as we speak

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    Quote Originally Posted by crosscountry
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    Um, crosscountry, could I ask that you edit your posts and remove that e-mail address?

    I mean, I know I wouldn't appreciate it if someone were posting my e-mail address in public forums. That's one of the ways spammers get a hold of them...

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    Helianthus or Dianthus
    Trying to figure out what someone was talking about on the "This or That" thread.
    Everything I need to know I learned through Googling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanF
    Um, crosscountry, could I ask that you edit your posts and remove that e-mail address?

    I mean, I know I wouldn't appreciate it if someone were posting my e-mail address in public forums. That's one of the ways spammers get a hold of them...
    Good thought. I took care of it.
    Everything I need to know I learned through Googling.

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    http://geoff.the-martians.co.uk/test/news.php?item.10


    Kite review I recently did and emailed to a mate. (Yes, kite, but a big one! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by GDwarf
    Well, Google and Dictionary.com agree that that translates as:

    If that is git only stucco and Slotermeyer? Yes! Celebration dog that or the Flipperwaldt gersput!

    I've always heard that jokes lose something in translation :P
    Just FYI, for those that may not be in on the joke, it's from a Monty Python sketch (in "And Now For Something Completely Different") where a killer joke is translated into German as a secret weapon and used against the Germans during WW2.


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    K85 BAID STATUS NOT UPDATED, ERROR MSG: 570007
    ACCOUNT NOT SETUP - EDIT ERROR - SEE HISTORY

    From a loan application that wasn't declined correctly

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    420044006011


    a part number

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    Lycanthropy

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    ΜoΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ



    Greek for "come and take them"

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    Hmm... not a clue why I copied a "2".

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    Maxwell Technologies' BMOD0350-15EA

    Just some part number - can't remember exactly what off the top of my head...

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    http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/astro-ph/pdf/0008/0008026.pdf

    Examining all the papers available on Quantized Redshift

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    Einstein

    I had to google it for the spelling and then I copped the correct spelling...

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    "s a religiously-inclined nation that had less freedom and more seperation..."

    Was talking about what Poland had become to a friend.

    (I'm not trying to discuss religion here, just going along with the game)

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    **.***.***.***:*****

    it was an IP address. Didn't want to post it on here though.
    Last edited by The Mangler; 2006-Apr-30 at 01:49 AM.

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    ". Because of his demeanor, he is especially well liked by his comrades. He treats subordinates with absolute fairness and requisite severity, but is nevertheless exceptionally admired and liked. In his behavior, work record and attitude, Dr. Mengele shows an absolutely solid and mature outlook on life. He is a Catholic. His speaking manner is spontaneous, uninhibited, convincing and lively."

    Was talking with a friend about Josef Mengele, one of the major bad guys of the whole Nazi thing.

    (Not sure if this is against the rules to post up... it's pretty shakey subject matter. BE WARNED!)

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    Degas-Ballerina.jpg

    Hmm apparently arranging images of sculptures.
    I'm not a big fan of Degas, must be the gf.
    The impossible often has a kind of integrity the merely improbable lacks. -Douglas Adams


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    Edited to add: Not a warning to anybody on this thread!

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    Well, I guess some can tell where my last cut and paste went.

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    http://shopping.discovery.com/product-57067.html

    Without clicking the link, I don't know exactly what this is. I don't know why I copied it, but obviously I've been doing some shopping at the Discovery Channel Store.

    [edit] Ah, I was giving the link to my first scope.

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    nothing - just rebooted.
    My travel blog Currently about living in Europe with many older blog posts about riding a motorcycle across the US and Europe.

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    http://www.kopernik.org/images/archive/n450.htm

    Image link for my last contribution to the Astronomical numbers game.

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    Ehm, probably got that while doing notes for a killer sudoku game.

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    Schober deRossi Gahr Bork Händl Janson
    Schober deRossi Gahr Bork Janson


    Working on the ICU's shift schedule....

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    (9.47180084 &#215; 10-25 g / cm3)/( 5.94126953&#215; 10-7 g / cm3)
    Working out the density of dark matter in our galaxy in terms of solar masses per cubic AU (astronomy class homework).
    Everything I need to know I learned through Googling.

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    "Junker: The Hell on Earth evolution of the original Mad Scientists (or, to be more accurate Metal Mages- characters with both the Mad Scientist and the Huckster Arcane Backgrounds), Junkers scavenge for debris to construct powerful new gizmos. Originally they powered their creations with imprisoned Manitou, but with the release of The Junkman Cometh: The Junker Sourcebook, they have become more like 'Techno-Shamans', powering their machines with the spirits of technology."

    Talking to a friend about Deadlands: Hell on Earth. Was using Wikipedia, of course.

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    http://www.skyhound.com/sh/comets/73P.gif

    A link that I supplied in the Astronomical Observing...section.

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