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TOS wrote: kids these days, i tell ya ...

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meanwhile, in canada ...

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mmaverick wrote: keyboard is on an angle. I'd say there is still a slight possibility that there is a monitor on the right side of that desk.

You obviously haven't seen the rat of the photos in that set... :goth:
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ukimalefu wrote: Image

Holy crap, I remember those. There was a Barbie one too.

Next repackage project...?
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TOS wrote: kids these days, i tell ya ...

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If that was my grandkid, I'd die, too.
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dv wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: Image

Holy crap, I remember those. There was a Barbie one too.

Next repackage project...?


They all died in less than a year and the company that built them went belly up.
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William Harley and Arthur Davidson. 1914
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DukeofNuke wrote: Image
William Harley and Arthur Davidson. 1914



Neckties and white shirts???
Why are they not dressed in black leather and denim emblazoned with their logo and other parts of the uniform of the non-conformist rebel?
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DukeofNuke wrote: Image
William Harley and Arthur Davidson. 1914


Nope

http://factually.gizmodo.com/8-more-vir ... 1638770668
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ukimalefu wrote:
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Nope

http://factually.gizmodo.com/8-more-vir ... 1638770668


And you didn't post the real one?

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Not photoshop

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Those of you with kids may start getting paranoid now, you are welcome :evil:
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Mens fashion. Hahaha!

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King Tut’s burial mask sloppily repaired with a glob of epoxy. Here's a close-up of the job:

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Unfortunately the epoxy is such that its attempted removal would likely damage the mask.
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justine wrote: Mens fashion. Hahaha!

mensshorts.jpg

Let me guess: a pic from a Etsy submission, and these guys are the boyfriend and male relatives of the maker of these shorts?
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DEyncourt wrote:
justine wrote: Mens fashion. Hahaha!

mensshorts.jpg

Let me guess: a pic from a Etsy submission, and these guys are the boyfriend and male relatives of the maker of these shorts?

You're at least half right! http://www.boredpanda.com/crochet-short ... n-schmitt/
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justine wrote: Mens fashion. Hahaha!

mensshorts.jpg


I figured you were going to talk about the men's fashion show that had penis "slips" and such just like women's fashion show nipples.
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Ten new Rosetta images that reveal comet 67P in all its glory.

Here's one of the ten:
10. Windlike features (ripples and tails behind boulders)

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The gases don’t only shoot up; they may also work sideways, creating ripples and other windlike features that look out of place on a body without an atmosphere.
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justine wrote: Mens fashion. Hahaha!

mensshorts.jpg


The ones on the outside are definitely women.
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It's a shame their designer learned at the font of windows xp and fisher price.
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lol
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Come on people, this is how its done:
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Be sure to hold it the right way up.
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The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog

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ukimalefu wrote: Not photoshop

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Those of you with kids may start getting paranoid now, you are welcome :evil:


Sponge Bob's face in the x-ray.
That's not really as amazing as the article's author seems to think it is.
That kind of detail is common, actually.
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ugh

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They should not be talking about it.
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DEyncourt wrote: King Tut’s burial mask sloppily repaired with a glob of epoxy. Here's a close-up of the job:

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Unfortunately the epoxy is such that its attempted removal would likely damage the mask.

See those scratches on Tut's chin and around the top of the attachment? Those are new and are due to the guy scraping off some of the excess epoxy with cardboard (so originally the amount of epoxy was much more).
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Yes, that's Apollo 11 in the background.

http://www.space.com/28343-star-trek-en ... ation.html
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Can I touch it?
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No, it's wrapped in plexiglass so you can't touch it directly; but you can get right next to it and look in the windows and walk all the way around it. It's not in a glass box and there's no rope around it, it's just sitting out on the floor just like in the photo.
(but it's been a long time since ive been there, too. They change things around.)
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DukeofNuke wrote: No, it's wrapped in plexiglass so you can't touch it directly; but you can get right next to it and look in the windows and walk all the way around it. It's not in a glass box and there's no rope around it, it's just sitting out on the floor just like in the photo.
(but it's been a long time since ive been there, too. They change things around.)


Do they let people touch anything that's been on The Moon?
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I got to see the Apollo 14 CM in a vault at the Apollo Centre at KSC. If you REALLLY leaned over the enclosure, you could probably have touched it, and it wasn't encased in a shroud. I didn't do this, however.

And yes, Uki. at the KSC, they have a small bit of moon rock in a case that you can reach into and brush your fingers over.
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