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Unread postPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 4:05 pm 
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Unread postPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:40 pm 
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sure-shot diego, i'm working crazy hours again and i just spotted a fiat 500 somewhere around my funky circus. reserved for you.

till the next EOTW, next round o' drinks is on me gents


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sure-shot diego, i'm working crazy hours again and i just spotted a fiat 500 somewhere around my funky circus. reserved for you.


Kudos!, my friend! ...you already know my tastes for vintage stuff!!! :D

fu wrote:
till the next EOTW, next round o' drinks is on me gents


Yup, a glass from Navarro Correas Pinot Noir will be fine for me while we wait...

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Well, it all does indicate the Maya were correct:

http://www.infowars.com/alert-fukushima ... -sky-high/

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Well, it all does indicate the Maya were correct:

http://www.infowars.com/alert-fukushima ... -sky-high/


(Fucking) probably (shit), if not totally correct, pretty close, yes. But same could be told about ZetaTalk.
-And there is not the slightest humor or joke in this for me, and (I hope) nor for you-

My honest simpaties and best wishes to the japanese people.

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Well, it all does indicate the Maya were correct:

http://www.infowars.com/alert-fukushima ... -sky-high/


Mayans are supposed have their calendar run out in December 2012... Its still 2011 last I checked.
...and just cause nobody drew up a calendar to follow the current one doesn't mean squat...

Just to be a little evil... I guess Japanese girls will be a little hotter than usual. Sorry, very bad taste... I loved Japanese culture old and new.. but I worry lot about the country now.

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yeah, i'd have been kidding and rockin'+rollin' but that kind of mix of earthquake+nuclear plants makes me wanna invent the big rewind button


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Unread postPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2011 7:34 pm 
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Diego, no joke on my part either.

I feel sorry for the other living species with whom we share this planet.

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yeah, i'd have been kidding and rockin'+rollin' but that kind of mix of earthquake+nuclear plants makes me wanna invent the big rewind button


...yeah, me too. No comments.

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Diego, no joke on my part either.

I feel sorry for the other living species with whom we share this planet.


Same here, yes, sorry... we are all aboard the same ship, yes, sorry.
Prayers for Japan, and all the rest of this planet.

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Unread postPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 3:11 am 
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Too much fearmongering. The following website has a nice technical explanation of what's going on: http://mitnse.com/ (it's in blog format, so start reading the bottommost article).

Regardless of the outcome, nuclear power is still the best option for the future. Heck, the Fukushima power plant is doing remarkably well after being hit by a magnitude 9 earthquake, a tsunami, a fire, aftershocks ... and it has ~40 year old reactors, newer designs are even safer.

I am confident that the Japanese will sort it out, they're very capable.


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Thorium reactors are the future.

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PymbleSoftware wrote:
zahal wrote:
Well, it all does indicate the Maya were correct:

http://www.infowars.com/alert-fukushima ... -sky-high/


Mayans are supposed have their calendar run out in December 2012.

R.

Depends on the "expert" doing the calculation. For Calleman it would be October 2011. If so, he might have been off by just 7 months.


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Heck, the Fukushima power plant is doing remarkably well after being hit by a magnitude 9 earthquake, a tsunami, a fire, aftershocks ...
Are you really optimistic or just ironic? Seems to me Fukushima can't be saved in any way whatsoever, despite those "50 heroes".


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Heck, the Fukushima power plant is doing remarkably well after being hit by a magnitude 9 earthquake, a tsunami, a fire, aftershocks ...
Are you really optimistic or just ironic? Seems to me Fukushima can't be saved in any way whatsoever, despite those "50 heroes".


That's what happens when people's only source of information is MSM.
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