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Of course... you all know about the flight simulator built into Google Earth... right?

I always crash the plane. (On accident, you friggin terrorists!)
post #32 of 389
maybe one day you can take some time out to talk about why west24 is so great. i think people would definately enjoy that.
post #33 of 389
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maybe one day you can take some time out to talk about why west24 is so great. i think people would definately enjoy that.

I'd have to like... use a lot of filler in that post. I fear I'd be exposed as a fraud.

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This thread is fail. already.

I was gonna do somethin like this with my culinary school classes.

Please do. Some of us might actually learn someting useful. Slim, this is as bad as conne's self-appreciation thread. =/
post #35 of 389
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Please do. Some of us might actually learn someting useful. Slim, this is as bad as conne's self-appreciation thread. =/

I'm not asking anyone to appreciate, praise, or laud me. If you don't like reading or discussing something I think is worth mentioning every day, but isn't exactly worth starting a whole thread for - then stop reading my thread.

Sheesh. You guys act like I'm trying to convert you to my new religion or something.

Get over it.
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Of course... you all know about the flight simulator built into Google Earth... right?

I always crash the plane. (On accident, you friggin terrorists!)

Umm, no? Where do I find that?
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Umm, no? Where do I find that?

http://earth.google.com/intl/en/user...sim/index.html
post #38 of 389
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Here's yesterdays:
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The Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) is an ambitious project to organize and make available via the Internet virtually all information about life present on Earth. At its heart lies a series of Web sites—one for each of the approximately 1.8 million known species. Each site is constantly evolving and features dynamically synthesized content ranging from historical literature and biological descriptions to stunning images, videos and distribution maps. Join us as we explore the richness of Earth’s biodiversity!
http://www.eol.org/ A very interesting project. Free, eventually will encompass and catalog all the known species of life on earth. What kills me, is that by any current estimate, Humans have only cataloged and named only (estimated) 10-40% of the species we share this planet with. Most of the larger land animals are known, of course. But insects, and aquatic life still remains largely unexplored.
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dID YOU HEAR ABOUT TEH DISCOVERY OF TIME BEFORE THE BIG BANG, OF AN ENORMOUS ANCIENT (1OO MILLION YEAR OLD) CACHE OF PROKARYOTIC CELLS BELOW THE OCEAN FLOOR, OR THAT THE EARTH ONCE HAD THREE MOONS?
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dID YOU HEAR ABOUT TEH DISCOVERY OF TIME BEFORE THE BIG BANG, OF AN ENORMOUS ANCIENT (1OO MILLION YEAR OLD) CACHE OF PROKARYOTIC CELLS BELOW THE OCEAN FLOOR, OR THAT THE EARTH ONCE HAD THREE MOONS?

marriage does not agree with him.
post #41 of 389
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There's an Italian guy who likes to paint my photographs.

Sort of cool to see my pictures... differently. (sometimes, with strange DragonBall Z additions?!)


post #42 of 389
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I really do love this. But not as much as I love the "official response"
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“The umpire’s most vulnerable position on the field is right behind the line of scrimmage and sometimes gets right into the play. In this case, the umpire is there, he tries to defend himself by putting his arms up. The quarterback shifts direction a little bit and he puts his arms up. “He makes an attempt to defend himself. I know it may look different on video, but what we see is that he makes an effort to protect himself.”
Really? I like to defend myself by initiating contact and shoulder slamming people to the ground too. I mean, getting the hell out of the way, or sidestepping is nowhere NEAR as much fun, and makes it SOOO hard to defend yourself!
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post #43 of 389
Awesomesauce. I don't know what's more laughable: the actual tackle, or the fact that the QB was FLATTENED by the umpire!? I missed Saturday's games this week, and would have loved to see this on the bigscreen.
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Really? I like to defend myself by initiating contact and shoulder slamming people to the ground too. I mean, getting the hell out of the way, or sidestepping is nowhere NEAR as much fun, and makes it SOOO hard to defend yourself!

Yeah, but if you have a huge guy in pads coming hard at you, you'd better get in on the action rather than just take it. Physics and all that. Had the QB hit him, the umpire (ref? what the hell) could have been seriously hurt.

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post #45 of 389
The umpire stepped into the player.

This is a great thread. However Tokyo, you know you are days away from a drunken Connemara version of this.
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