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OT: Skeptics vs Alarmist Cage Match unSpectacular!

evanbb
21-Jul-2009
1:13:23 PM
On 21/07/2009 widewetandslippery wrote:
>Sure you've seen an eclipse? That ring around the moon is God refecting
>off the sun. God created US in his image and thats why we humans love mooning
>(and lighting farts).

You know, I've never lit a fart, but I probably should. The NSW legislation for the NGACS allows permits for 'destruction of methane'. University parties are suddenly at the forefront of climate change, and eligible for financial credits.
widewetandslippery
21-Jul-2009
1:14:40 PM
Just watch the backdraft

ajfclark
21-Jul-2009
1:24:44 PM
On 21/07/2009 widewetandslippery wrote:
>Just watch the backdraft

You just reminded me of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEbvDl7rhgg
egosan
21-Jul-2009
1:38:31 PM
On 21/07/2009 evanbb wrote:
>What's a double wide? Otherwise that makes perfect sense to me.


Evanbb a picture is worth a thousand words.
http://images.google.com.au/images?q=Double%20Wide
However those images won't convey to you the full meaning of the phrase. To really
understand what I meant by double wide you need a deep and well grounded
understanding of the American trailer park, trailer trash, Whiskey Tango and the land of
the free and the home of the Red Neck. Though I have a great deal of respect for the
Australian bogan tradition, it really doesn't measure up to culture and life style of the
estimated 30 million Americans that live in "mobile homes." Everything Australians
know about being a bogan they learned suckling at the left tit of this woman:
That's right!
The Virgin Mary is American too.

ajfclark
21-Jul-2009
1:46:52 PM
On 21/07/2009 egosan wrote:
>Everything Australians know about being a bogan they learned suckling at the left tit of this woman:

Is this man involved?

egosan
21-Jul-2009
1:59:49 PM
On 21/07/2009 ajfclark wrote:

>Is this man involved?


All Hail our Prophet and our Lord Jesus Christ the Savior, Fruit of the Virgin Mary's Loin.

GravityHound
21-Jul-2009
2:24:08 PM
On 21/07/2009 egosan wrote:

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Many middle age men are unable to grow a moustache that thick......


evanbb
21-Jul-2009
2:28:11 PM
Jesus guys, please stay on topic.

This'll bring us back to some useful discussion.



egosan
21-Jul-2009
2:42:08 PM
Why are brunettes so proud of their hair color?

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Because it matches their mustaches!

Ba dum bing!

Eduardo Slabofvic
21-Jul-2009
2:43:31 PM
hmmmm......mobile homes that don't go anywhere. Interesting

ajfclark
21-Jul-2009
3:23:54 PM
On 21/07/2009 Eduardo Slabofvic wrote:
>hmmmm......mobile homes that don't go anywhere. Interesting

That was a line from a song wasn't it? If you've got a truck on bricks and a house on wheels... you might be a red neck... Something along those lines... Or maybe it was "if you have a mobile home that ain't"...

Eduardo Slabofvic
21-Jul-2009
3:42:39 PM
Maybe "Red necks, white T-shirts and blue Jeans"
R James
21-Jul-2009
4:49:13 PM
On 21/07/2009 evanbb wrote:
>Jesus guys, please stay on topic.
>

At least we agree on this one.

SwineOfTheTimes
22-Jul-2009
12:26:45 AM
Funny how you're bagging out bogans, when a bogan has put up more mega classics and climbed a f'uck load harder than you weekender gym bunnies. Turbo charged 186 mean anything to any of you? Nah, didn't think so.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qA8gJoT5yl4

GravityHound
22-Jul-2009
7:29:40 AM
On 22/07/2009 SwineOfTheTimes wrote:

>Turbo charged 186 mean anything to any of you?

VN or Skyline?
Fish Boy
22-Jul-2009
9:05:21 AM
That is a VK commo.

A 186 is an old donk...even a VK has a 202...

evanbb
22-Jul-2009
9:38:09 AM
On 22/07/2009 SwineOfTheTimes wrote:
>Turbo charged 186 mean anything to any of you? Nah, didn't think so.

The 186 was a pile of crap, push-rod 2 valve per cylinder cast iron tractor engine. In fact every engine Holden has ever made has been rubbish. The best engines to appear in a Holden were built by Nissan; then Pontiac/GM, in that order. The push-rod V6 they offered up for years was absolutely embarrasing, totally unsuitable even as a boat anchor.

GravityHound
22-Jul-2009
10:32:45 AM
The nissan engine was a 3.0L so was about a 186. That was what I was thinking SOTT was on about.

evanbb
22-Jul-2009
10:57:54 AM
On 22/07/2009 GravityHound wrote:
>The nissan engine was a 3.0L so was about a 186. That was what I was thinking
>SOTT was on about.

Yeah, it's a question of how hard you split hairs. Agreed, the 3L turbo was a beauty. The actual '186' was an old pile of crap. The Holden 'Red' engine.

ajfclark
22-Jul-2009
5:21:13 PM
Back to the wind farm thing... I came across this article on using radar to stop bats from dying in a wind farm:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32034204/ns/technology_and_science-science/

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