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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketGeekInFL View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by neil_w View Post
    Ha ha, very good, once I figured it out!
    I got it right away. But then again... I work in a church. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peartree View Post
    I got it right away. But then again... I work in a church. :-)
    A good hint for anyone having trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bat-mite View Post
    We will stop saying "dark side of the moon" just as soon as we stop saying "sunrise" and "sunset," and "dial the phone."
    Or using a digital camera to "film" a movie or "film" a video.

    To think that in the early 1970's, it cost about $5 for a cartridge of super-8 movie film that lasted about 5 minutes at normal speed, and cost about $10 to develop. About $3 a minute, in 1970's money. Now a $15 memory card can record hours of video, with synchronized sound. And can be edited easily without literally chopping up the original and literally taping the ends together. Not to mention being able to copy the original without any loss of quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgegassaway View Post
    Or using a digital camera to "film" a movie or "film" a video.

    To think that in the early 1970's, it cost about $5 for a cartridge of super-8 movie film that lasted about 5 minutes at normal speed, and cost about $10 to develop. About $3 a minute, in 1970's money. Now a $15 memory card can record hours of video, with synchronized sound. And can be edited easily without literally chopping up the original and literally taping the ends together. Not to mention being able to copy the original without any loss of quality.
    Rewind that statement, I fast forwarded right past the important frames. Yup, my kids will have no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peartree View Post
    I got it right away. But then again... I work in a church. :-)
    Thanks, I needed help with that one lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick@JET View Post
    Thanks, I needed help with that one lol


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    After several minutes of thinking “bench” I dumped the pic into google image search and got the answer, rolled my eyes, appreciated those who saw it themselves and chuckled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by georgegassaway View Post
    Or using a digital camera to "film" a movie or "film" a video.

    To think that in the early 1970's, it cost about $5 for a cartridge of super-8 movie film that lasted about 5 minutes at normal speed, and cost about $10 to develop. About $3 a minute, in 1970's money. Now a $15 memory card can record hours of video, with synchronized sound. And can be edited easily without literally chopping up the original and literally taping the ends together. Not to mention being able to copy the original without any loss of quality.
    I wonder if, while editing digital video, they still talk about "splicing" pieces together?
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    Quote Originally Posted by snrkl View Post
    After several minutes of thinking “bench” I dumped the pic into google image search and got the answer, rolled my eyes, appreciated those who saw it themselves and chuckled.
    Okay, I've been going to church most of my life and I still don't get it. "Leia shooting pews"? "Princess blasting pews"?

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    The "pew" is the sound of the blaster...."Pew Pew"
    Thinking outside the box is normal for me. Went inside the box once and got claustrophobic.
    Can't never did!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Byrum View Post
    The "pew" is the sound of the blaster...."Pew Pew"
    Oh. Sorry I asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bat-mite View Post
    Oh. Sorry I asked.
    Don't feel bad, took me a while also. I thought it meant "Poo Poo"
    Thinking outside the box is normal for me. Went inside the box once and got claustrophobic.
    Can't never did!
    Inventions weren't created by skeptics.
    Every generation will embrace amazing new discoveries, while part of the past gets lost.


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    Thinking outside the box is normal for me. Went inside the box once and got claustrophobic.
    Can't never did!
    Inventions weren't created by skeptics.
    Every generation will embrace amazing new discoveries, while part of the past gets lost.


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    Keeping "The Empire Strikes Back" weird.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyBoy View Post
    That's hysterical.

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    Anyone get these feels when someone asks you what you did on your weekend? (and the answer is: Rockets!)

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    "I'm at least 70% confident about whatever I say (90% of the time)"- college me

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    This hangs by my rocket workbench to remind me of how some days went when I was a truck shop foreman.




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    If we can't fix your brakes, we'll make your horn louder!!

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    Reasonably new to rocketry and hailing from the land down under.. I speak metric... I know not of these feet and inches you speak of...

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    Quote Originally Posted by snrkl View Post
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    I wonder if they will put that on their resume.
    If we can't fix your brakes, we'll make your horn louder!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bat-mite View Post
    That's hysterical.
    It's even better with sound... (and takes less time to load (on my computer))

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    Quote Originally Posted by K'Tesh View Post
    It's even better with sound... (and takes less time to load (on my computer))

    Awwwww. I like that ending.

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    I found this while shopping at BevMo today.

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    And it glows blue under black light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exactimator View Post
    I found this while shopping at BevMo today.

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    I like how they omitted the "P" word from the price tag below. LOL

    I'm going to have to try this. I love butterscotch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qquake2k View Post
    I like how they omitted the "P" word from the price tag below. LOL

    I'm going to have to try this. I love butterscotch.
    Scotch, scotch, scotch ....

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