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    Quote Originally Posted by Arbiec View Post
    from our flat earth you would just hit the glass dome that keeps all the air and water in.
    *camera pulls back to reveal the earth is inside a snowglobe*

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    ^ come on now ...... if we can get a camera outside the globe, we can get to the moon
    "i know enough to know what's instantly forgettable"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp88 View Post
    ^ come on now ...... if we can get a camera outside the globe, ...
    WTF! There is nothing outside the globe - null concept. The globe is all there is.

    Isn't it?

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    *camera pulls back to reveal the snowglobe is a fleck of snow within a snowglobe*

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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    *camera pulls back to reveal the snowglobe is a fleck of snow within a snowglobe*


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    found a new old picture set of a model I collect. Checked out the
    20+ page topic I have here and only saw two working preview pics.


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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    and only saw two working preview pics.
    Story of my life. I posted that Lexi Belle set the other night and had to fix the preview pics for every other set.

    Fortunately it wasn't 20 pages long.
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    the 97 year old prince philip has overturned his land rover in a car crash near the royals' sandringham estate, although he was unhurt in the incident - his passenger needed hospital treatment for minor injuries

    funniest comment i've seen so far is to the effect of "dear phil, let's try and make the dry run for meghan's "accident" a bit less obvious, yeah?"
    "i know enough to know what's instantly forgettable"

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    In my teens and early twenties I used to enjoy winter camping with friends. We'd saddle up and head for the high mountains over icy roads to shiver in a tent and huddle around a fire for a couple days, then slide back home on the icy roads and consider a good time was had. Once it was so cold our beer froze and another time a friends' truck engine froze and blew up on the way home. Still a good time.

    What was I thinking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp88 View Post
    my boss has got it into his head that it's a tumour and i'm keeping it secret so i can get away with murder at work at the moment
    when you're sitting at work, supposed to be working through a refresher training course, with your supervisor physically sitting across the table from you, and you spend 40 minutes texting your girlfriend and filling in a crossword instead ...........

    "i know enough to know what's instantly forgettable"

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