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Post by BGoodForGoodSake » Thu Oct 06, 2005 9:36 pm

oops wrong picture.
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Post by beckyandretti » Fri Oct 07, 2005 9:07 pm

You dont have cat ears... you just seem to have irritated a lot of my feline family. Maybe you should have worn the cat ears?? Just kidding, great pics

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Post by BGoodForGoodSake » Sun Oct 09, 2005 6:24 am

beckyandretti wrote:You dont have cat ears... you just seem to have irritated a lot of my feline family. Maybe you should have worn the cat ears?? Just kidding, great pics
Thanks, I guess the cats out ofr the bag.
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Post by AttentionKMartShoppers » Sun Oct 09, 2005 1:32 pm

I believe I can fly
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Post by BGoodForGoodSake » Wed Oct 12, 2005 9:19 am

AttentionKMartShoppers wrote:I believe I can fly
Chorus wrote: I can fly
I beleive I can touch the sky.
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Post by BGoodForGoodSake » Thu Oct 13, 2005 3:10 pm

BGoodForGoodSake wrote:
Blob wrote:The Principality of Sealand

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"Sealand was founded as a sovereign Principality in 1967 in international waters, six miles off the eastern shores of Britain. The official language of Sealand is English and the Sealand Dollar has a fixed exchange rate of one U.S. dollar. Passports and stamps have been in circulation since 1969."
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"Sealand is occupied by the family and associates of Paddy Roy Bates. The population of the facility rarely exceeds five, and its inhabitable area is 550 m²."
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Some questions about sealand.

Are there any killer whales in sealand?
If average sealevel continues to rise would you still be able to seeland?
Is there a D-land further on down the way?
And finally most importantly how much for a corndog in sealand?
Goopey you never answered these questions.
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Post by Forge » Fri Oct 14, 2005 2:18 pm

Do heterodyned terawatt lasers work better than ultravelocity missiles?

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Post by BGoodForGoodSake » Fri Oct 14, 2005 2:40 pm

Forge wrote:Do heterodyned terawatt lasers work better than ultravelocity missiles?
It depends,
If your doing laser eye surgery I suggest the heterodyned terawatt lasers filtered through several layers of polarization and a final adsorbtion plate with a pinhole aperture of course because unfiltered the multi-frequency laser pulse will blow off the patients head.

If you are conducting subterranean research on Titan which requires placing of a probe an ultravelocity missile will do the trick better with less energy expenditure.
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Post by Forge » Fri Oct 14, 2005 3:28 pm

What if I want to blow a hypothetical space cruise up?

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Post by BGoodForGoodSake » Fri Oct 14, 2005 3:51 pm

Forge wrote:What if I want to blow a hypothetical space cruise up?
Are you in a situation where materials are hard to come by?

If so the laser is the way to go. Also the laser has a higher chance of hitting the intended target as the velocity of the "projectile" is relatively instantaneous.

However if you weapons platform is "size" challenged then you may not be able to effectively manuever the device. In which case a guided ultravelocity missle is the ticket.
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Post by Forge » Sat Oct 15, 2005 4:48 am

Oh bullocks. Now I must figure the tonnage of the kinetic energy explosion. Please bear with me.

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Post by beckyandretti » Sat Oct 15, 2005 10:39 pm

Forge,

Can you get the laser equipment pieces out of my backyard now? I was hoping to plant flowers for the spring.

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Post by BGoodForGoodSake » Sun Oct 16, 2005 7:21 am

beckyandretti wrote:Forge,

Can you get the laser equipment pieces out of my backyard now? I was hoping to plant flowers for the spring.
Forge!! I told you she would get upset! Gosh!
Come on lets go set up in goatopia, Kateliz hasn't been around lately she'll never know we were there.

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Post by beckyandretti » Sun Oct 16, 2005 9:55 am

its not that Bgood... its just that he doesnt let me play with the laser, something about not trusting the blondes... its not fair its not fair.. ohhh look something shiney

what were you saying?

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Post by BGoodForGoodSake » Sun Oct 16, 2005 9:58 am

beckyandretti wrote:its not that Bgood... its just that he doesnt let me play with the laser, something about not trusting the blondes... its not fair its not fair.. ohhh look something shiney

what were you saying?
Nothing...

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