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#50746 mushroom

 
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Posted 14 November 2012 - 07:56 PM

broncobux...I think.


That's what I was thinking, too. :) Lookin' good, lady!!
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Posted 14 November 2012 - 08:45 PM

Well, I did not go to the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show today, the number 150 edition (it was 54 degrees!) and I did not see Prince Charles and Camilla, so I did not get to execute the curtsey I had been practising for months!! - yes, even in hospital -- and I am so disappointed :P not to have personally made the acquaintance of our next king and his consort -- somehow that name seems appropriate for her although she is gracious enough, goodness knows -- (unless, of course, he abdicates - which he will never do because I believe he actually likes this stuff :unsure: and has been waiting sooooo many years for it), and maybe before he dies his mum will and then he will be "IT"

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:40 PM

Sooooo today in one of my classes a student did a presentation on fukushima and cited the chernobyl incident along with images of its victims. (i am not trying to start a debate or anything of the sort)

I have an interest into various... shall we say medical conditions caused by genetics or whathaveyou, both lifetaking and able to live with ones? So, following this i decided to surf on wikipedia and find out what the effects were.

I had already known some of the medical terms and could identify them on the video the student showed amongst others. It has led me to the conclusion that genetics or rather the human body can be a funny thing.

Just one "info part" out of line and it can do things that you wouldn't think would be possible. I feel lucky that my issues are minor in comparison to what others deal with on a day to day basis.

Random tangent i thought would make an interesting subject to talk about.
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Posted 14 November 2012 - 11:22 PM

I take exception to this! I never had a math class that looked anything like English!



Isosceles

Me thinks it is also equilateral :P , and apart from "the square on the hypotenuse equals the sum of the square on the other two sides," that is all the geometry I have retained (or perhaps ever knew?? :rolleyes:

I dunno, but it sure scared the bejeezes out of me. I learned from it though. The first bookkeeping class I went to I walked out of, never to return :ph34r:

OMG. . .. . ... . . . ..STOP THE MATHS!! I feel sick..... . ..

Please, please, let's talk about...... . ..split infinitives....phrasal verbs......my favortite -- dangling participles... . .!!

Maybe the critical review starts w/ calling the book unengaging.

"Pfff .. . Pull an axe on me, eh?"


Lotta lol . .. ..reciprocation welcomed, in a sense an integral part of an infinite series of posts. (whose sum remains finite, natch)

The Yeti's Guide to Stream of Consciousness

I still need read my book. Hmmm got till Tuesday Midnight though... still probably should start it soon.

Lol, i got the main body of the paper done, now i have to do the annotated bibliography (ugh) and proof read it.

OK, this was clearly written by one of us, despite the clever use of 'bigfoot' in place of 'yeti'


http://news.yahoo.co...-190210006.html





HI SILLS :D

all of the above has me larfing in bed. I think? well, most of it, espeshully the mathS parts. :blink:

and the triangles :lol:

but feeling sorry for the people who have papers due .

I have been busy - no - consumed with - season one of Homeland, just finished season one last night, thought I might
hyperventilate and die.....IS ANYONE WATCHING THIS ?? I need a support group......GAH !!

have more to say but am in fetal position with stomach pain. could be lunch at Chili's today ( was not my choice)
<smirk face>

(got emoticonally busted and had to erase the triangles )

night night !! ;)
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 12:17 AM

DingoGirl
There must be some kind of multiquotes award for that last post. I thought for a minute I was having a flashback.

Mushroom
I think you are right about Charles. No way is he handing over. It was his birthday yesterday (along with one of my best friends, I can't quote birthdays for the rest of the family). Sorry you missed him.


You'll notice I have not worked out quotes from my phone :o

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 12:53 AM

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I think you are right about Charles. No way is he handing over. It was his birthday yesterday (along with one of my best friends, I can't quote birthdays for the rest of the family). Sorry you missed him.


You mean your best friend was not invited over for the birthday party?? :unsure: There were 64 other people he shared his birthday with, though, the oldest being 101 and she couldln't even speak, to say "Gidday, Charlie." They baked 64 cakes for him, each one expressing some aspect of Kiwiana -- don't know if he appreciated it or not. There was sheeps and pavlova with Kiwifruit, and of course a Kiwi (bird), and practically everything in between :lol: :lol: Video of the show tomorrow at six :P See how current we are down here?
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 01:02 AM

Just one "info part" out of line and it can do things that you wouldn't think would be possible.

Like a 2nd tiny set of feet under someone's chin?
That the kind of thing we're talkin 'bout?
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 01:16 AM

Like a 2nd tiny set of feet under someone's chin?
That the kind of thing we're talkin 'bout?


One of the reasons I decided not to undertake the delicate art of reproduction :P after the aspersions cast on me mum!!! (And no, I look quite visually normal - no pheats under chins -- it's what lies beneath you really have to worry about :ph34r:
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 03:24 AM

Like a 2nd tiny set of feet under someone's chin?
That the kind of thing we're talkin 'bout?


Well dunno about that one, but there are real people alive today with six fingers, and webed toes. DNA is packed with information such that your entire physical body can be recreated from a single strand of your dna. You body is an extremely complex machine so the amount of information need to do that is insane. The problem is lots of things can adversely effect DNA, and then you have mistakes in the creation of the physical body. Thus autism and other issues are created.
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 04:58 AM

Fantastic pic, Lisa......and I did not know about Metta's passing -- I'm so sorry to hear this....

Like a 2nd tiny set of feet under someone's chin?
That the kind of thing we're talkin 'bout?


:lol: :lol: Phorgot about this.. . .must remind The Ripper of this postulation of his. He's now 15 and may roll his eyes and fail to see the side-splitting humoUr in it......or not. I'll ask him for another "You must pick one of these" life situations.
What was the other choice, anyways? Canna recall -- We had to choose a life with two little feet dangling from our chins, or.. . ....what?. . ... :unsure: . ...


Well dunno about that one, but there are real people alive today with six fingers, and webed toes. DNA is packed with information such that your entire physical body can be recreated from a single strand of your dna. You body is an extremely complex machine so the amount of information need to do that is insane. The problem is lots of things can adversely effect DNA, and then you have mistakes in the creation of the physical body. Thus autism and other issues are created.


I've always wished to have webbed toes. .. .fingers too, while we're at it. I could just FLY through my pool lengths -- get 'em done in a quarter of the time.. . ..


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Posted 15 November 2012 - 05:27 AM

:lol: :lol: Phorgot about this.. . .must remind The Ripper of this postulation of his. He's now 15 and may roll his eyes and fail to see the side-splitting humoUr in it......or not. I'll ask him for another "You must pick one of these" life situations.
What was the other choice, anyways? Canna recall -- We had to choose a life with two little feet dangling from our chins, or.. . ....what?. . ... :unsure: . ...




:rolleyes:


Was it a butt on your forehead?
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 05:29 AM

Yep, that would be an example, though i've nver heard of it except in animals.
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 05:50 AM

Like a 2nd tiny set of feet under someone's chin?
That the kind of thing we're talkin 'bout?

Totally caught me by surprise . . . really, really laughing out loud here!! :lol:

Was it a butt on your forehead?


Yep, that was our other option . . . I believe it is the one I chose, since I wear bangs fringe.



I remember that pic . . . that was Arizona, right? Sorry to hear about Metta :(
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 06:04 AM

Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image OMG....

Okay...Jack has another tough question for us all to debate.

Another choice to make:

You must choose either option, or you will be dead. Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image

Would you rather have:

A small (but unproductive) butt on your forehead....

OR

Two little feet dangling from your chin?

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Here is the original
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 06:11 AM

Was it a butt on your forehead?

Omgawd--yes! That was it! I was thinking "eye" but it was a butt. Don't recall what the consensus was as to which was preferable......good times! :lol:
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