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maple3
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Re: I know nothing...nothing!

Post by maple3 » Sun Feb 11, 2007 11:46 pm

lane wrote:Hèhèhè...so much fun, just knew the skimpy reds were about to make a cameo appearance... ':lol:'':)'':lol:'
Hmmm, I think you set it up that way on purpose. :-k (and are you laughing with an "accent" now? :?:)
lane wrote:... when comparing....

Skimpy RedsImage to Rubber BandsImage

it is indeed not advisable to take a bow wearing the latter ';)'
Okay, point taken... as a fashion statement, (or when bowing) the red shorts do have more appeal. Okay then, the only mastodons allowed to bow will be those wearing their red shorts. Any others sporting the rubber bands will be immediately taken out and shot with the Acme annihilators. (How's that? ;))
lane wrote:
lane wrote:Can I please UNdesire those past desires NOW?....
maple3 wrote:Heck no! That's the "archive" you're messin' with!
all history gets messed with, not??...
Well, yes, that's true, we "mess with" history, rearranging it in any way we like. But hey, we can even RETAIN if we wanna (yes, retention is also an option!). And as you already know the 'dek's pair of "Queeny Quoters" would like to keep it around as is. (But ya know, we might like to disintegrate your disintegrators.... whaddya think about that? :P)
lane wrote:so plz allow me to re-rearrange some of my tainted hoopla... ':lol:'':oops:'':lol:'
And what if I LIKE your tainted hoopla? C'mon now, isn't it obvious I've a special fondness for a certain Snuffleupagus? Leave him be, whydontcha?

lane wrote:
maple3 wrote:And put that Acme zapper away! [-X ... [snort] We've had enough confetti on this 'dek. :P
Image
....what confetti?? '8)'
Lovelane, are you trigger happy or sumpin'? :x

And can't you tell when the Queen has her mind made up? Unless you're shooting at rubberbanded hairy beasts, you'd better take your finger off that trigger. [aberaber]


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Post by Richard » Mon Feb 12, 2007 4:00 am

Wishing you the best, Heron. Speedy recovery.
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Re: "Bud.....makes a boy outta a man."

Post by sara » Mon Feb 12, 2007 5:05 pm

lane wrote:http://download.yousendit.com/2B96AEEF2B90F092

this offer only lasts for 7 days for a ltd number of dowloads so....

as usual accompanied by a fair use notice '8)'
Fantastic site, lovelane!

I've listened to most of them already!

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"what confetti"......LOL

Post by sara » Mon Feb 12, 2007 5:28 pm

maple3 wrote:
lane wrote:
maple3 wrote:And put that Acme zapper away! [-X ... [snort] We've had enough confetti on this 'dek. :P
Image
....what confetti?? '8)'
Love
:D

Maple. a typical Dutch coffee 'brake'
oughta keep our trigger-happy cowboy
from being "carriaged away" into the wrong lane!

Image

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bird call

Post by sara » Mon Feb 12, 2007 6:36 pm

Richard wrote:Wishing you the best, Heron. Speedy recovery.
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Re: "what confetti"......LOL

Post by maple3 » Tue Feb 13, 2007 4:52 am

sara wrote:Maple. a typical Dutch coffee 'brake'
oughta keep our trigger-happy cowboy
from being "carriaged away" into the wrong lane!
Well obviously the Dutch have the most interesting/creative ways of entertaining yourselves. First it was "pancakes" and now it's "coffee." Wow. :shock: ... But do you really think that's enough to put a "hold" on our hi-flying cowboy? :?:
sara wrote:Love,
saremovesthewhip
Yep, even I can see how the "whip" would be too much overkill for this delectable present-ation. :)


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Re: "what confetti"......LOL

Post by lane » Tue Feb 13, 2007 6:58 am

maple3 wrote:
sara wrote:Maple. a typical Dutch coffee 'brake'
oughta keep our trigger-happy cowboy
from being "carriaged away" into the wrong lane!
Well obviously the Dutch have the most interesting/creative ways of entertaining yourselves. First it was "pancakes" and now it's "coffee." Wow. :shock: ... But do you really think that's enough to put a "hold" on our hi-flying cowboy? :?:

Love

Hmmm dearest maplesarap.....you've been "carriaged away" already!!
"triggerhappy", and "cowboy" must have been an assumption on your side.....and while there's juicy pancakes, coffee and creativity, a whole list of chores keeps me from posting lengthy "high-flying" hoopla! Since the "shocks'n'struts" are in such good shape, slamming the brakes will pose no problem and I won't miss my exit '8)'

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Can you feel the sky?

Post by sara » Tue Feb 13, 2007 3:15 pm

:D
lane wrote:....the "shocks'n'struts" are in such good shape '8)'

Love[/lane]

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TrueL[a]ne is a legacy.

We are the shop body shops choose when it has to be right.

We are the shop vehicles are sent to when they have been over worked.

We are the shop performance centers and customizers send their projects to for the finishing touches.

We are the shop most recommended by tired centers in Zandvoort.

We are the shop return Customers insist on for service.

We are the shop that would like your patience when it comes time

for brake and alignment needs.

And we have the experience, tools, and parts

to set up your suspension correctly.

All while you wait.


Shock absorbers are an important part
of your (p)lane's landing gear.
But do you have a gassified shock absorber?
(These also reduce your susceptibility to resonance.)

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And I hope by now you've taken a moment to replace those struts with cantilever constructions
to reduce drag for reduced fuel consumption and increased speed.
Unless. of course, your (p)lane is very light weight.*

Love,
sarashocksandstruts


*Have you ever had the pleasure of doing loops in the extremely 'user-friendly' Piper Cub?

"Instead of complex oleo struts, the Cub's landing gear use bungee cords
(or perhaps in a pinch... rubber bands) to provide shock absorption.
The system is simple, but the combination of the Cub's big tires, relatively wide gear
and bungee cord shock absorbers makes the Cub one of the easiest and softest-landing tailwheel airplanes ever built."
by Lane Wallace


Here's a wonderful video.... but no loops:

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

(If you watch the whole thing, there are great close-ups at the end.)
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Loop the loops!

Post by sara » Tue Feb 13, 2007 5:10 pm

:D

Found this!

Oh Oh Oh!!! =D>

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SEypjkoqYw&NR

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Re: Hoop the Hoops!

Post by lane » Tue Feb 13, 2007 6:40 pm

sara wrote::D

Found this!

Oh Oh Oh!!! =D>

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SEypjkoqYw&NR

Love,
saracuteoverload
Yeah, that's a QT!!.....

But Sara, you really must have had manuals for breakfast, lunch and dinner by the looks of it...you out of a job or something ';)'

':lol:'the Gas_damper_mov.gif is hilarious though ':lol:'....although it wasn't chicken either !! ':mrgreen:'

REWIND........
maple wrote:Hmmm, I think you set it up that way on purpose.
Did I??....It got set up alright....but by me or for me ??

Ok here it gets complicated...
lane wrote: lane wrote:
Can I please UNdesire those past desires NOW?....
maple wrote: Heck no! That's the "archive" you're messin' with!
lane wrote: all history gets messed with, not??...
maple wrote:Well, yes, that's true, we "mess with" history, rearranging it in any way we like. But hey, we can even RETAIN if we wanna (yes, retention is also an option!). And as you already know the 'dek's pair of "Queeny Quoters" would like to keep it around as is. (But ya know, we might like to disintegrate your disintegrators.... whaddya think about that? )
lane wrote: so plz allow me to re-rearrange some of my tainted hoopla...
maple wrote:And what if I LIKE your tainted hoopla? C'mon now, isn't it obvious I've a special fondness for a certain Snuffleupagus? Leave him be, whydontcha?
So you wanna opt for me to retain what I would like to undesire NOW... my past tainted hoopla for your entertaintment ??......ok, I'll charge you 50c perverse':lol:'
mapletree wrote:Leave him be, whydontcha?
Aint nobody zapping nothing, aaight.......so you know !! ':wink:'


lovelane.....(the 'al bungee' of soft landings (according to sara (and all while you wait :)))
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Re: Can you feel the sneeze?

Post by lane » Tue Feb 13, 2007 8:43 pm

sara wrote:But do you have a gassified shock absorber?
(p)lane wrote:No, just a cold!


':D'
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Um, I really think it's the "froot loops!"

Post by maple3 » Wed Feb 14, 2007 6:28 am

lane wrote:Hmmm dearest maplesarap.....you've been "carriaged away" already!!
Oh, okay... but just because I'm already ALL THAT [2 snaps ;)] doesn't mean I can't trip back to the archives to do it... again. hehe (can't you tell that I like being "redundant"? ;))
lane wrote:"triggerhappy", and "cowboy" must have been an assumption on your side.....
Well, there's only ONE side, (and yeah, it's mine alright :P)
... okay, I take credit for coming up with the "triggerhappy" word...(hmm, but would it have something to do with lane's finger being so often on the [ahem] :arrow: "trigger"?)...
but wait just a minute... it was saracowgirl who was the first to come up with the word "cowboy" (and then I just took her "word" for it. ;))
lane wrote:Since the "shocks'n'struts" are in such good shape,
Hey, is this a promise? O:)
lane wrote:...slamming the brakes will pose no problem and I won't miss my exit '8)'
Okay, I'm probably going into a fog because I'm still scratching my head over this one :-k... and pretty sure there's an obvious clue in (t)here somewhere.
lane wrote:Image
That's part of a brake??? (or is it a "PUC"?) ... Really it looks more like that doily in sara's coffee pic. Yeah, that should look right nice under a cup of java.

lane wrote:Love[/lane]
Aww, you're so cute. (How do you keep doing that? :lol:)
sara wrote:...
Sara, your "mechanically shocking" post is just making me giggle, and I don't even know why! :lol:
sara wrote:Love,
sarashocksandstruts
Oh my gosh... you too???
sara wrote:Here's a wonderful video.... but no loops:

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

(If you watch the whole thing, there are great close-ups at the end.)
sara wrote:Found this!

Oh Oh Oh!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SEypjkoqYw&NR
Well, I have dial-up, and darnit, that doesn't work so good with youtube [sigh] I'll have to look at it later, at the library.

lane wrote:REWIND........
Haha... is that anything like "retaining" history? ;)

lane wrote:
maple wrote:Hmmm, I think you set it up that way on purpose.
Did I??....It got set up alright....but by me or for me ??

Ok here it gets complicated...
lane wrote: lane wrote:
Can I please UNdesire those past desires NOW?....
maple wrote: Heck no! That's the "archive" you're messin' with!
lane wrote: all history gets messed with, not??...
maple wrote:Well, yes, that's true, we "mess with" history, rearranging it in any way we like. But hey, we can even RETAIN if we wanna (yes, retention is also an option!). And as you already know the 'dek's pair of "Queeny Quoters" would like to keep it around as is. (But ya know, we might like to disintegrate your disintegrators.... whaddya think about that? )
lane wrote: so plz allow me to re-rearrange some of my tainted hoopla...
maple wrote:And what if I LIKE your tainted hoopla? C'mon now, isn't it obvious I've a special fondness for a certain Snuffleupagus? Leave him be, whydontcha?
So you wanna opt for me to retain what I would like to undesire NOW... my past tainted hoopla for your entertaintment ??......
I think I'm being falsely accused of something, but I can't figure out what it is... darn brain is turning to mush. :( (But I might wake up smarter tomorrow. So, maybe I'll just do a REWIND like a u-turn-lane? In that case, I solemnly retain the right to re-turn to the past history... again!)
lane wrote:So you wanna opt for me to retain what I would like to undesire NOW... my past tainted hoopla for your entertaintment ?? ......
Oh, okay, I hadn't noticed, but I do think I'm probably guilty of this. Are you trying to say I'm "flip-flopping"? If so, then yes, I confess I will resort to all kinds of odd behavior, even change my "story," (and yes, even do a flip-flop), if it has any chance of retaining the hoopla pilot on ground level for a wee bit longer. ;) O:)
lane wrote:......ok, I'll charge you 50c perverse':lol:'
I'll admit that's a pretty good deal... but still, I'll probably have to bust open the piggy bank, and take out a loan, to cover all the perverse expenses.
lane wrote:Aint nobody zapping nothing, aaight.......so you know !! ';)'
Oh goody, that means all atoms get to stay in their places, yay! \:D/

But hey, about that "aaight"... that can't be Dutch speech :-k...
so you must be some version of a USAer?


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re, re, re, re, re, re...

Post by maple3 » Wed Feb 14, 2007 12:25 pm

maple3 wrote:
lane wrote:......ok, I'll charge you 50c perverse':lol:'
I'll admit that's a pretty good deal... but still, I'll probably have to bust open the piggy bank, and take out a loan, to cover all the perverse expenses.
I'm having something of a reverse of the perverse. I don't want to give anyone the wrong idea about reality. So, can I do a return to the previous... again?... can I REWIND and retract and rearrange the pixels and resubmit my offer? (And do you think pixels are atoms? That Acme zapper might come in handy after all. :-k) ... After reconsidering, and recalculating all the numbers, I've reconcluded that all perverse costs should come to a grand total sum of.... 17c. Fortunately that brings expenses down enough so I won't have to bust up the beloved Mr. Piggy (yay!) as I've been able to find the required currency underneath the couch cushions.
;) :D

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Re: re, re, re, re, re, re...

Post by lane » Wed Feb 14, 2007 4:33 pm

maple3 wrote:
maple3 wrote:
lane wrote:......ok, I'll charge you 50c perverse':lol:'
I'll admit that's a pretty good deal... but still, I'll probably have to bust open the piggy bank, and take out a loan, to cover all the perverse expenses.
I'm having something of a reverse of the perverse. I don't want to give anyone the wrong idea about reality. So, can I do a return to the previous... again?... can I REWIND and retract and rearrange the pixels and resubmit my offer? (And do you think pixels are atoms? That Acme zapper might come in handy after all. :-k) ... After reconsidering, and recalculating all the numbers, I've reconcluded that all perverse costs should come to a grand total sum of.... 17c. Fortunately that brings expenses down enough so I won't have to bust up the beloved Mr. Piggy (yay!) as I've been able to find the required currency underneath the couch cushions.
;) :D

Love
if the couch won't deliver (p)lano can help....

Image

Yes,...they specialize in 2nd hand zap-guns...

although you might consider this one as it is so conveniently close ';)'....

http://www.insiderpages.com/b/3716743259


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saradvice

Post by sara » Thu Feb 15, 2007 2:16 pm

lane wrote:
sara wrote:But do you have a gassified shock absorber?
(p)lane wrote:No, just a cold!


':D'

Image

"Here's a go;
I must keep my feet in hot water 20 minutes
Take two quarts of gruel, wrap my head in flannel and tallow my nose."


First, dress warmly.
Wear a huge bulky coat over your nightshirt, tie a scarf around your neck, and wrap your head in flannel.
Bathe your feet and legs every night in hot water to “restore your perspiration.”

Reduce the quantities of solid food, and instead ingest light bread-pudding, vegetable broth, and gruel.
Your drink may be water-gruel sweetened with a little honey;
an infusion of balm, or linseed sharpened with the juice of orange or lemon;
a decoction of barley and liquorice with tamarinds, or any other warm, diluting, acid liquor.
ABOVE all, your supper should be light; as small posset
(A spiced drink of hot sweetened milk curdled with wine or ale),
or water-gruel sweetened with honey, and a little toasted bread in it.

Rub copious quantities of tallow on your nose
to assist the opening of your sinus cavities
and provide relief for your stuffy nose.*

Take some maplesarap for your laryngitis,
and you'll find your voice again in no time! :P
maple3 wrote: But hey, about that "aaight"... that can't be Dutch speech :-k...
so you must be some version of a USAer?

Love
Nah....that's just the way Europeans sneeze. 8)


Love,
saracure

*somewhat (:wink:) from "Domestic Medicine",
written by a Scottish physician, William Buchan (1729-1805).
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