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Schurkey

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Schurkey last won the day on March 24 2014

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  1. The White dude is giving the Black dude the stink-eye. He must be a racist. CNN should do an expose on all racists, everywhere, from all time.
  2. Probably not that great. Special records that played at 16 2/3 RPM, with no-bass extra-tight groove spacing. Saphire stylus, ceramic cartridge. Damn record companies making you buy your collection of music twice... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highway_Hi-Fi The later version played regular 45s, as shown.
  3. ^^^ I once dated a girl that looked like that.
  4. Seems like an impossible composition to me. IF we're looking into the sunset, (or sunrise) can the moon be fully-illuminated on the side that's facing us? The moon seems enormous. Yeah, it always looks larger when it's near the horizon, but that's just not believable. I say photo trickery of some sort.
  5. Shouldn't there be a sign with an arrow saying "You Are Here"?
  6. My God, that's priceless. Not just propaganda, not just leftist propaganda, but leftist, feminist, academician, artificially-posed mush-head propaganda, turned upside-down by the very problem it hopes to fix. Propaganda does not get any better than that. Or any worse. It's beautiful AND horrifying. You've selected your photo well. Congratulations.
  7. What company posed this photo? Obviously the iron isn't hot, because OSHA has outlawed asbestos fingers. Which means the photo was posed using an actor to simulate doing something productive on a circuit board as a publicity deal--advertising, or a company newsletter. "Here, honey, put on the silly glasses, hold this, and look intently at that thingie on the table in front of you..."
  8. Schurkey

    Chernobyl

    Civilian production became "War" production because 1. The entire country was mad as hell at the Japanese. 2. Deep down, the American Citizen still trusted the Government. Among other things, Americans knew that war was ongoing in Europe, and better to fight an enemy there or in Asia, than to fight one on US soil. You are unlikely to see such a thing in the future, because 1. Americans don't get angry enough when thousands of citizens are killed by "terrorists"; and 2. The decades-long list of provable lies told by Government at all levels has destroyed any
  9. "It was sold for $67.95 (equivalent to approximately $532 in today's funds" Does this seem reasonable to anyone? $68 = $532 seems crazy to me.
  10. Photoshopped? That's hilarious. That "cable" reminds me of my cat's turds--the kind with bits of fur sticking out of the ends.
  11. Thanks for that. I needed a giggle. Consensus is not evidence. I fail to see how consensus among "scientists" matters when the English "scientists", the Australian "scientists", and the American "scientists" have been caught or have admitted that they've screwed with the data to make AGM seem more dire than it is. In the late '60s, the "scientists" told us that the Earth was as warm as it would get, we could expect cooling into another ice-age from then on. These "scientists" don't know dick; their models predictably get proven wrong time after time, but lots of "green" in the "g
  12. http://www.discogs.com/No-Artist-Auditory-Demonstrations/release/2854226 Contains a track listing of the Auditory Demonstrations CD.
  13. I've read the text three times and I still cannot fathom what they're saying. Apparently, I'm THAT stupid. I hear four groups of two tones with pause in between the pairings. First two pairs are decending, high/low...high/low. With the second pair being lower than the first. Second two pairs are acending, low/high...low/high. The final pair is higher than the third. The more I listen to this, the more ambiguous the third pair is. It was quite clear to me (low/high) the first time. My wife hears all four pairs as high/low. For the record, I have a
  14. [deep, deep voice]Ricola![/deep, deep voice]
  15. That's what I thought before I went off-the-rails. Now I'm assured that all is well in the world again.
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