Re: I took this photo right at dusk, tell me what you think

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Paul Heslop, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. You mean like -- Iran?

    Ya know, so long as Baby keeps living off Daddy's Savings (coal, oil)
    instead of learning what makes energy tick without blowing out the
    whole living room, Baby is gonna do /nothing/ when Daddy's Savings
    run out but demand his Equal Rats to Somebody Else's Savings.

    I'll take Basic Economics for 200, please.

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  2. Players #5 are not exactly a joke, but they still don't approach Nat
    Sherman's stuff. Hell, they don't even approach Benson and Hedges.

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  3. Can't even get your "Sicilian" threats right.
    Declined.
    Fetch /your own/ sword.

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  4. "Sir" Ozzy? "Sir" Mick? Or "Sir" Elton?
    Tell you what, you can even throw in "Sir" Paul.
    I'll fight as I stand.

    I'll take Knight's Tenure for 200, please.

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    Dennis M. Hammes, Mar 29, 2006
  5. Fuken A, d00d.
    The rags' score still stands at 2700 for the one op.
    Factoring the time frame, they're at least 1500 times better at
    killing us than we are.
    No, at killing /us/.
    Factor in that they're almost 30 times better at killing
    themselves than they are at killing us, and the country will be a
    desert -- well, then, an /uninhabited/ desert -- in another eleven weeks.
    And we can go back to running the oil rigs ourselves.
    (Look it up.)

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  6. No, the first step is to get rid of its nail clippers.
    Fortunately:

    "We, the People, do... ordain and establish, maintain and defend, the
    United States and its Constitution against all enemies, foreign and
    domestic."

    I.e., any who do /not/, are not "the People."

    They're /minors/.
    The explanation it was necessary to /add/ to the Traditional Words
    to bring them into real time (George Washington being Still Dead, and
    all), and to remind the Brat that /he/ is NOT what is to be defended
    at all costs, but on occasion necessarily defended against.
    Because minors do not give orders to the militia under any
    circumstances.
    The U.S. is a federation of sovereigns commonly called an
    "aristocracy." The word literally means "rule by taste," as an
    aristocrat is one who, being on his own cognisance, has learned to
    survive his own taste.

    BTW, who, exactly, "got rid" of the U.S. Constitution?
    The living fact is that those who assert to have "got rid of it"
    never had one in the first place.
    And they /sure/ fuken haven't "got rid of" /mine/.

    We repeat, "the sum of zeros is zero."

    I'll take Fourth-Grade Arithmetic for 200, please.

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    Dennis M. Hammes, Mar 29, 2006
  7. There was an old Bishop whose bellow
    Would rattle the rafters like jello
    'Til one tile fell
    And we knew by the smell
    That prick he was sucking was yellow.

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  8. There was an old Bishop whose dog
    Would do nothing but lick at his log,
    So he taught it to lick
    'Til the Bishop was thick,
    Then crawled out to buy a new dog.

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    Dennis M. Hammes, Mar 29, 2006
  9. No wonder he's too chicken to attempt poultry.

    Can I offer you a living bra?
    (I come in all sizes.)

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  10. Personally, I'm surprised that you got past the bouncer.
    Now get off the stage.
    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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  11. Actually, he /likes/ running in circles.
    Thinks it makes him a Big Wheel.

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    pandora Guest

    Again , I have to disagree. I believe that self defense is pretty clear.

    Marg
     
    pandora, Mar 29, 2006
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    pandora Guest

    Good to see you once again as well.
    And you.

    Marg
     
    pandora, Mar 29, 2006
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    ggamble Guest

     
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    Renay Guest

    what, you were gonna get out over Yreka?

    Renay
     
    Renay, Mar 30, 2006
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    Renay Guest

    yeah, yeah, everyone is out to get you.
    because you're dumb and easy to make fun of.
    oh please. you don't even know who is in the cabal.
    because I'm feeling generous this evening I'm going to
    tell you...

    ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE BUT YOU IS IN THE CABAL.

    Renay
     
    Renay, Mar 30, 2006
  17. Little Mousy Psycho Tom "The Really Stupid" Bishop squeaked:
    Doubtful; Medicare doesn't cover her services.
    You couldn't do at all is the answer.
     
    Barbara's Cat, Mar 30, 2006

  18. As bits and pieces (here assembled), it's all common knowledge in
    parts of the U.S. I wouldn't expect a Brit to be familiar even with
    the geography, and somebody (Tommy?) had deliberately misled you with
    the "Boulder" reference.
    The Hoover Dam remains a nasty political contention in some parts
    of politics even today (largely because of its use in the Depression
    and later because of water/power-monopoly manipulations), when it
    originated as a water/power largesse on the successes of the TVA
    (Tennessee Valley Authority) -- itself beset by political contention.

    The backlashes of such projects are probably the main reason nobody
    will fix up Afghanistan, e.g., most of whose problems would be fixed
    by three major dams requiring outside help, after which they could
    emplace the smaller ones themselves. But Afghanistan is as
    Balkanised as the Tennessee area was, and without any Federal
    authority to whom to appeal. If we don't "do" it while we're there,
    it won't get done.

    Iraq requires similar fixing; over half the country is salt-panning
    because much of the Euphrates is 50 feet BMSL. Thus, much of the
    once-fertile Crescent now grows only hungry Muslims, who are taught
    to plow the sand by pounding their heads on it five times a day.

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    Dennis M. Hammes, Mar 30, 2006
  19. Interesting. Most people (in the U.S., where the matter is still
    voluntary) who /have/ them, do not particulary /want/ them.

    I include myself in that group since I was four.
    But when I was four, I began to be introduced to paper, radio, and
    Movietone News clips of people who had them because they wanted them
    or were ordered to use them.
    Fortunately, I was also introduced to my Dad's "one shot, one
    bird" policy.
    I've lived much of my life in the recognition that a "gun" is "a
    small hole through which one stuffs large quantities of money."
    And that when the bullet goes /that/ way, the gun comes back
    /this/ way.
    And that it's /always/ a noisyfuker.
    And that there's /always/ something /behind/ your target.
    But the first thing I ever learned about a gun was that it's /my/
    trigger finger bone connected to de head bone.
    That's the part little bois don't want to learn.
    So they never learn (or pay for) any of the rest.

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    Dennis M. Hammes, Mar 30, 2006
  20. Heh.

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