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« Reply #1785 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 02:18am »

a slight modification to set it right

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« Reply #1786 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 03:45am »

What would Pat Benatar say? undecided

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« Reply #1787 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 07:27am »

on Jan 30th, 2012, 8:49pm, tomi01uk wrote:
Have you noticed that the Internal Astronaut site is down? They reregistered the domain tho through 2013. Wonder what they are cooking up?


Wasn't that Elijah Tomb guy lost in a jungle some where? Maybe he got cooked? rolleyes
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« Reply #1788 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 09:41am »

on Jan 31st, 2012, 07:27am, Katterfelto wrote:
Wasn't that Elijah Tomb guy lost in a jungle some where? Maybe he got cooked? rolleyes


E.T. got cooked? Lol Lord Knows how many ET's have been eaten by these islanders..like Food of the God's, Manna from Heaven..can't blame them really..poor blokes..
All these events..hard to digest at once..I'm sure if he was, He Passed quickly.....or at least within 48 hours..I wonder what they garnish their food with..just curious..

Gort My God man, you should have left it cloaked..it's Isaacs whole point ..he never saw one for Real....but from part he could imagine from elements..like bicycle parts and stuff.... Why tamper with Perfection?!smiley

Katt....Say...who's the skirt in the car with the Rouge lipstick?. laugh grin
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« Reply #1789 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 09:59am »

Mr. Sysco, I feel this place is ripe for harvest! I have contacted the Letts and advised them to prepare for the printing of a fresh run of Codex Pappus, but they are keen to know how many so that they may order the materials. What do you think? Five hundred? We could have done twice that at the peak of this drone business, but as I was fully occupied with another matter at the time I was not aware of the potential. Wouldnít have been able to do much about it if I had known, given the circumstances but thatís water over the dam and we have a fine opportunity here. Iím advised we have plenty of the other materials in stock, itís just the Codex we are low on. Let me know what you think at your earliest convenience. We need to move quickly as the immigration to the site is at its peak.

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« Reply #1790 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 2:33pm »

on Jan 31st, 2012, 09:59am, Austin Popper wrote:
Mr. Sysco, I feel this place is ripe for harvest! I have contacted the Letts and advised them to prepare for the printing of a fresh run of Codex Pappus, but they are keen to know how many so that they may order the materials. What do you think? Five hundred? We could have done twice that at the peak of this drone business, but as I was fully occupied with another matter at the time I was not aware of the potential. Wouldnít have been able to do much about it if I had known, given the circumstances but thatís water over the dam and we have a fine opportunity here. Iím advised we have plenty of the other materials in stock, itís just the Codex we are low on. Let me know what you think at your earliest convenience. We need to move quickly as the immigration to the site is at its peak.

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@ Austin Popper
Welcome Aboard Austin..you could not have arrived at a more opportune time..I have some news that require we put a hold on further orders.
I am not surprised that the last shipment of drone codex papyrus went so quicky.
According to Consumer Report Lab Studies, it did not make it even into the rankings as it had a high disintegration rate
Coarse texture, and despite alleged environmental friendliness,low cost, an incredible .005 cents per sheet..it just could not keep up with Charmins or Scott, or Pricewise.

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In fact it was neither environmentally compatible because of its unusually high persistance, nor user friendly due to abrasiveness.
Failure in situ was the direct cause of OMF's collapse. That would explain the exodus to UCB. I am still working how we can
provide a sustainably credible environment..
I recommend cancelling any further orders of this papyrus and re route existing shipments and remaining loyal users, who accept no substitute of same to the DRT and Outhouse substation Zebra, and observe what transpires from a distance.

In the meantime..Remain on alert pending further updates.


@ Klatt I would have suggested Love is a Battle Field..one of my favorites..

On your double clue..

It was the silencing of a language, the end of a culture. May 10, 1982, when Musicradio WABC switched over at noon to Talkradio WABC, became known to at least two generations of New York radio fans as The Day the Music Died.
http://articles.nydailynews.com/2004-05-09/news/18263588_1_radio-station-plane-crash-top-40


But Comrade..you must agree this is very interesting too.


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« Reply #1791 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 4:33pm »

on Jan 31st, 2012, 11:38am, Қℓάť wrote:
She's say "Hit Me With Your Best Shot"


That's not what I was thinking.. besides I don't want to hurt anyone...
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« Reply #1792 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 4:42pm »

on Jan 31st, 2012, 09:41am, Sys_Config wrote:
Katt....Say...who's the skirt in the car with the Rouge lipstick?. laugh grin

Scattered reports that some are capable of seeing the astral projection of the soul of Jacko. I've not seen it but hear it's nothing to worry about.

Now, if one starts seeing things like Betty Page in the door panel or other odd stuff like HopSing, Elvis, the late Pope, Quacker Oats man, etc. then they need to get quick attention by experts on the interweb before it gets shutdown or disclosure interferes with the priorities of the miserable human race. grin
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« Reply #1793 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 5:29pm »

on Jan 31st, 2012, 2:33pm, Sys_Config wrote:
In the meantime..Remain on alert pending further updates.


Witness to the news Who'll not confuse. If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you. - Oscar Wilde



Well this is your territory and I have no wish to imply you donít know it well, but good people are coming here looking for answers. These are not poor people, either. We have answers! Good ones, too. None of this sickly alien Space Brother baloney, or Hoagland-Lear-Branton interplanetary conspiracy nonsense. I can say with some authority that when it comes to making up yarns about cannibalism and such, those birds are amateurs to be polite about it. No Sir, we have an esoteric tradition of the highest order. A brotherhood with roots in the mists of the unknowable past. Our system was mature when Gilgamesh pondered its nuances. Not one of us knows what every bit of our literature means, which is as it should be. We have the kind of books that seekers will pay you eighty-five dollars for and thank you for the opportunity. I have alerted the Letts to your very valid concerns about the paper, and they are working on that. You are right to be concerned about it, of course. Itís really why we have only about 35 copies of the Codex in saleable condition at this point. The rest of our materials were printed on that boxcar load of high grade stock old Bennett came by for pennies on the dollar somehow, and they have held up well. Our Codex needs to be printed on something in the same league, or a notch or two below at least.

I will await your signal, but do keep in mind there is at least a two-week lead time between my call to the plant with a number, and the arrival of the first cases of product.

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« Reply #1794 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 5:37pm »

Since you guys posted so many youtubes I dare to post this one:



Not drone related at all, but it was done in one week. I joined on day three and I am very proud of the result. This is, what people can do in a week, when they work together.

Come on, katterfelto, this is your site!

@tomi: Not the same time. You always wake up everybody with your heavy screaming. Maybe a day later but in the afternoon instead?
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« Reply #1795 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 6:14pm »

on Jan 31st, 2012, 5:37pm, The Real Reader wrote:
@tomi: Not the same time. You always wake up everybody with your heavy screaming. Maybe a day later but in the afternoon instead?


Hmmmm afternoon.. delightful cool grin

Excellent video Sidd. cool Really like the method used in it, combining the Ben Franklin into it to give it "uncontestableness" in the minds of people.
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« Reply #1796 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 6:18pm »

on Jan 31st, 2012, 5:37pm, The Real Reader wrote:
Since you guys posted so many youtubes I dare to post this one:



Not drone related at all, but it was done in one week. I joined on day three and I am very proud of the result. This is, what people can do in a week, when they work together.

Come on, katterfelto, this is your site!

@tomi: Not the same time. You always wake up everybody with your heavy screaming. Maybe a day later but in the afternoon instead?



Sidd, that is very cool! I'm looking forward to other projects from that group. Glad you found something like that to get involved in. Stay drone-free if you possibly can. wink But don't stay away from here. It's pretty much drone-free here anyway, but there are several of us backsliders who just can't get it out of our systems.
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« Reply #1797 on: Jan 31st, 2012, 10:40pm »

on Jan 31st, 2012, 5:29pm, Austin Popper wrote:
Well this is your territory and I have no wish to imply you donít know it well, but good people are coming here looking for answers. These are not poor people, either. We have answers! Good ones, too. None of this sickly alien Space Brother baloney, or Hoagland-Lear-Branton interplanetary conspiracy nonsense. I can say with some authority that when it comes to making up yarns about cannibalism and such, those birds are amateurs to be polite about it. No Sir, we have an esoteric tradition of the highest order. A brotherhood with roots in the mists of the unknowable past. Our system was mature when Gilgamesh pondered its nuances. Not one of us knows what every bit of our literature means, which is as it should be. We have the kind of books that seekers will pay you eighty-five dollars for and thank you for the opportunity. I have alerted the Letts to your very valid concerns about the paper, and they are working on that. You are right to be concerned about it, of course. Itís really why we have only about 35 copies of the Codex in saleable condition at this point. The rest of our materials were printed on that boxcar load of high grade stock old Bennett came by for pennies on the dollar somehow, and they have held up well. Our Codex needs to be printed on something in the same league, or a notch or two below at least.

I will await your signal, but do keep in mind there is at least a two-week lead time between my call to the plant with a number, and the arrival of the first cases of product.

Regards,
Popper


@Popper Brilliant! grin

@Sidd. ..awsome production..I can tell much much work and thought..went into that.
The music music and lyrics..really went well together..
its a great message..can't shut the net down..yes they looking a us..but we looking back too! you can't right a right with a wrong..well delivered and executed message..
I wish some friends here in the business would help sponsor you and your crew..and not just give lip service....somehow..i think..you will not need them..but at least you know who they are..they are true status quo....theiir day is done....yours just beginning..
We here love this work you did....and glad you did not forget us..
long live the constitution!

cheers

@katter..im speechless.. grin



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« Reply #1798 on: Feb 1st, 2012, 2:18pm »

on Jan 31st, 2012, 5:37pm, The Real Reader wrote:
Since you guys posted so many youtubes I dare to post this one:



Not drone related at all, but it was done in one week. I joined on day three and I am very proud of the result. This is, what people can do in a week, when they work together.




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« Reply #1799 on: Feb 1st, 2012, 9:53pm »

Now this very creative use of media is in perfect contrast to the use in the Caret drama..intended not only as a commercial platform,, but as a vehicle by a handful of zealots thinking they could get disclosure and transparency via a barrage of media newspaper and the usual radio hosts hosing the unwashed masses with untruths.
The difference is like night and day..both use the elements of the camera..: one to record improper behavior..by officials..the other to improperly create the illusion of objects and alleged proper behavior..
Which in the end is promoting the status quo of secrecy and corruption?..and which really promotes your civil liberty..transparency..and right to monitor and challenge the estalishment....to ask questions and demand find answers.?
.Clearly the Drone way.., the Whitley way, , the Warners way..the AW Wong way were the Wrong way to go.....
And by the way..It's great the ACLU is back on track. grin


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