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neighborhood hasn't been the same since adam and steve bought mrs. thompson's bungalow
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Servepro office or just one of their workers that stole the paint?
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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sturner Ancient Soldier
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ukimalefu posted:

You mean what appears to be a bone fragment, possible flint knapping, etc?

:evil:
Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Looks like the kind of results that I got in HS by shooting high contrast litho slide film in my 35mm camera.
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dude, don't do needle drugs
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My camera iz my drug slave.
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Really thinking about selling all my film bodies, though.
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maurvir Steamed meat popsicle
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Heh. Something tells me they will need to replace the upholstery as well.
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ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Seen any of these Orion?
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maurvir Steamed meat popsicle
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sean Royal Wombat
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radarman posted:
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The sport utility vehicle, a rental from Avis, was in part of the range where the Air Force uses live ammunition in mock combat. Lt. Beth Woodward says it was not clear whether the soldiers were supposed to be in the area when the pilot fired.


Hope they opted for full coverage.
That'll buff out.
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radarman posted:
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105mm solid shot does that, ya know.
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sturner posted:
radarman posted:
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105mm solid shot does that, ya know.

I didn't know the F-16 mounted one of those.
chikie The same deviled egg
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F-16 is 20 mm high explosive, I think
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Could have been missiles.

Makes little difference, it wasn't a 500 lb bomb.

I don't think a 30mm cannon makes holes that big, but I've never looked at the result like that before, most that I've seen had lots of holes from other ordnance as well.
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Kirk posted:
Seen any of these Orion?
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Nope, and I hope to never see one. I don't mind spiders, but that's getting a little big. I do have a barn spider out in the shed that I call Bob. It's about 2" long right now. It's web is about 4' across. I sometimes pet the little guy.
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DEyncourt posted:


I can't tell which dots are stars and which are specks of dirt on my screen.
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They have the same problem.

Just found this book in my collection.

Voyage To Jupiter, published by NASA about results from the Voyager and Pioneer missions. Even has trippy 70s typeface for the title. A real cool find.

Here it is for download on Scribd, Schnicky (you know you want it).
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:: clicks link ::

:: giggles like a little girl ::
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I want to give one of those as a gag gift.
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I used to want the one with a USB flash in it but they were always behind the curve on storage size. Still would have been cool to poke my swiss army in someone's computer.
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Still would have been cool to poke my swiss army in someone's computer.


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You and who's army?
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:: prints "dick" picture on someone else's account ::
5000 wasps found in bedroom abandoned for 7 months:

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Oh, "Mr Birkett was able to save the crocheted blanket under the nest."
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DEyncourt posted:
5000 wasps found in bedroom abandoned for 7 months:

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Oh, "Mr Birkett was able to save the crocheted blanket under the nest."

My friend had a problem with bees getting into her basement under her front steps. I sent her this article so that she could know what true horror really is.
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