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DukeofNuke wrote: doesn't seem to be working right. water should be shooting UP from the three holes
Unless you're using the cleaning setting.
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I would have guessed Panzer IV. But then I looked it up.
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yeah looks like a iv
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A reconstruction of a Neanderthal woman from the Saint Césaire site in France.
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Sterner is that a Tiger tank from Germany circa WWII? Looks similar to the ones featured in a documentary I saw recently.
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Heheheh
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wow
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Supercat to the rescue

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Kirk wrote: Supercat to the rescue

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TOS wrote:
Kirk wrote: Supercat to the rescue

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Coolest cat ever!
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radarman wrote: Image

I thought it was a tub but i don't see any plumbing. What is it?
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Nope, it's a tub. The drain is obscured, and I can only assume you are intended to use a shower or something to fill it.
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Use the right polyurethane coating on that wood and it will be fine used as a bathtub.
That's very pretty.
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radarman wrote: Image

Bryce National Park?
If so, I've been there a few times. Its an amazing place.
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looks very brycian

a true wonder, that place
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Saw that earlier, a few of them are a little surprising.
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French? In NC?

No, that would be Spanish.
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user wrote: French? In NC?

No, that would be Spanish.


It's the 3rd most spoken language, don't let that throw you.
Spanish would be 2nd everywhere I assume.
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Aye blame ze tchermanz.
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Orion wrote: Sterner is that a Tiger tank from Germany circa WWII? Looks similar to the ones featured in a documentary I saw recently.

And Orion gets the prize.

There are three features that indicate that it is indeed a PzKpfw VI, Tiger I.

The width of the track.
The size of the barrel.
The front glaces and turret.

And the fact that the guy leaning against it is really small in comparison.
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scenes from a pro-war protest, 1968

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A POSSIBLE polar hexagon on Neptune:

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The geometry of the picture may have distorted what was pictured by Voyager 2 so that the sides of the hexagon only appear to be straight. This picture is from a composed composite which took actual images taken by Voyager and put them together in a possible view that Voyager COULD have seen (although perhaps not taken since some parts--especially the background stars and Neptune's rings--were altered probably out of the range of Voyager's cameras), but note that while enhanced to bring out the clouds this image of Neptune was taken from an actual Voyager picture.
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Neptune has a nipple?
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Farmerkev wrote: Neptune has a nipple?

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Hmmmmmm ....

looks that way!
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Better than Uranus.
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^^Lucky, lucky man.
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Who will likely need a change of pants.
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Now that's what NASCAR's all about!
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I think I remember that race.
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agedgruel wrote: Who will likely need a change of pants.

They've got tubes.
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...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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