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Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

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...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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I really want that display to be next to some backpacks.
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Best (worst?) thing is the graphics make it look like 'back to elementary school'.
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"Alcohol" and "School" have a lot of the same letters. s'cool.
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Somewhere, deep in an Indonesian jungle... I especially like the cluck tower. ;)
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radarman wrote: Image


man, it really wasn't so long ago

my mother-in-law was a kid in southampton and vividly remembers the constant air raids
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uh ...

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yes.

just yes.

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obvs wrote: That's a very interesting haircut.

From a mathematical perspective, there are some very precise calculus saddles going on. I think this hair can predict the outcome of future wars.
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always liked raquel welch

always thought heather locklear was overrated
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No fair...Raquel Welch was a movie star (back when they had curves).
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I had never realized Heather Locklear was so pretty.
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That's not a very flattering picture of HL. Rachel was always impressive back when.
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Parts of me were all kinds of flattered.
Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

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...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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An UN-photoshopped version of that reflected building:

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A view of the building from above while the mural was being painted:

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Compare the above with the post here.
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ukimalefu wrote: Image
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I'll take one!
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I wouldn't want a car you can only drive on cloudy days.
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Just change to photogray glass and you'll have that fixed.
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TOS wrote: Image


That's the MV Explorer. I sailed around the world on it a few times.
The visuals don't hold up.
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TOS wrote: Image


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC0k69q3AWQ

I like to think I can almost see the ship's structure racking.
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Alexander Supertramp wrote:
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That's the MV Explorer. I sailed around the world on it a few times.


Close, it's the Explorer's sister ship, Grand Voyager.
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jkahless wrote:
Alexander Supertramp wrote:
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That's the MV Explorer. I sailed around the world on it a few times.


Close, it's the Explorer's sister ship, Grand Voyager.


Ah. Looks the same. And the Explorer got damaged pretty badly by a storm at some point. I assumed that was video from it.
The visuals don't hold up.
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Apparently both ships got hit within a month or two of each other. Thats what happens when you raise a new generation of sailors who whistle, wear white socks, and don't mind leaving port on a Friday. ;)
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Neat trick
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She decreases the roll period, but the movement of the water follows the timing of the previous roll. Pretty cool application of the free surface effect, and the opposite of the way the effect capsizes ferries.
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Kirk wrote: Neat trick
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Your results almost certainly will vary.
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Pithecanthropus wrote:
Kirk wrote: Neat trick
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Your results almost certainly will vary.

I'm betting she's done that a few times, and could probably show most MN "boaters" a thing or three.
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If a boat is a hole in the water you throw money in, do you really want your ship to come in?
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jkahless wrote: She decreases the roll period, but the movement of the water follows the timing of the previous roll. Pretty cool application of the free surface effect, and the opposite of the way the effect capsizes ferries.


wiggle boat make water splash out!
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TOS wrote:
jkahless wrote: She decreases the roll period, but the movement of the water follows the timing of the previous roll. Pretty cool application of the free surface effect, and the opposite of the way the effect capsizes ferries.


wiggle boat make water splash out!


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