ChartBoy


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Josephus wrote:

Hey, you youngsters, you callow youths, you Tabulae Rasae, not one of you pointed out that Apollo 13 was NOT a Space shuttle mission- it was an Apollo mission, on an Atlas rocket.
They were in a pretty small capsule, not a giant winged minivan.

rookies.

brian, still time to change it.



I don't usually correct items posted in fun, but I can't help but correct a corrector. Josephus almost got it right; it was an Apollo mission, but the booster was a Saturn V, not an Atlas.

I'm not much of a Photochopper, but when it comes to arcane spaceflight trivia, I'm always glad to help out...

Chartboy

toby8915


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You know they were lost for 40 years because Moses wouldn't stop and ask for directions.

Caravan
gps
Map of Middle East
Sinai

Curium


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Whoops it posted twice, sorry!

Curium


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or the B&W


Jimi
Abba zabba Candybar
Zippo fluid
zig zag papers
Giant match, Green bag and Hairpick all my creations.

tgentry


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Curium wrote:
Giant match, Green bag and Hairpick all my creations.



That would have been impressive. These are the first things to come up on Google (hairpick) and yahoo (giant match). Sorry dude.

Curium


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Because there isnt a pair big enough.... lol (okay not dead dead but not working either and in hollyweird its the same thing)


earplugs
pic

jetace22


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tgentry wrote:

That would have been impressive. These are the first things to come up on Google (hairpick) and yahoo (giant match). Sorry dude.



Got a lot of time on your hands T?

Dag yo

tgentry


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jetace22 wrote:

Got a lot of time on your hands T?



You mean the ten seconds it took to find those original 'creations'? I literally spent less than a minute tracking those down, and I knew exactly where I could find them. Honestly if you're going to make silly claims, at least pick more obscure sources than Yahoo and Google image search. If it's one thing I despise it's people taking credit for things they didn't do, or flat out stealing work. Here's a great site devoted to just that.

jetace22


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tgentry wrote:

You mean the ten seconds it took to find those 'original creations'? Honestly if you're going to make silly claims, at least pick more obscure sources than Yahoo and Google image search. Sorry, if it's one thing I despise it's people taking credit for things they didn't do, or flat out stealing work. Here's a great site devoted to just that.



Don't know if you took a second to notice, but I wasn't the one who posted the plagiarism. Just thought it was interesting that you took the time to point out the flaws in someone elses post.

Dag yo

tgentry


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jetace22 wrote:

Don't know if you took a second to notice, but I wasn't the one who posted the plagiarism. Just thought it was interesting that you took the time to point out the flaws in someone elses post.



Plagarism isn't a flaw.

Curium


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Monica

wetnap
DNA kit
Little blue dress (wad?) my creation
mouthwash

okay not historical as in dead but funny none the less

Curium


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Anyone can photograph a household item on a sheet of white paper and edit out the paper, If you dont like my stuff thats fine. I'm just having a good time, don't get your panties in a wad.




tgentry


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Curium wrote:Anyone can photograph a household item on a sheet of white paper and edit out the paper



But not everyone can make a household item out of scratch and make it look real. If say you made those things, it's an insult to people who actually can. I'll just assume that you meant it as a joke.

Curium


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Because some guys need a little help...


Napoleon
boots
tums
stressball

vegeman


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This is my first go round. How did I do?





Sources:

Madame Curie

Gas Mask

Radiation Burn Cream

Geiger Counter

fraudulentlove


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The underground railroad is a dangerous road. It's good to be prepared.

Harriet
wig
wighead
shoe
make-up

Curium


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Well I like it!

Duneland


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nm

hm141

Josephus


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tgentry wrote:

But not everyone can make a household item out of scratch and make it look real. If say you made those things, it's an insult to people who actually can. I'll just assume that you meant it as a joke.



bravo. it should be fair. There's nothing wrong with using that stuff, only in saying you made it when you didn't.

Curium


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For the kid in us all

toothfairy
stungun
flos,paste,brush
Coins by me

Curium


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You should convert the objects to greyscale it would blend better.



Oh is it supposed to look more realistic? I'm not even sure what we are being judged on the creativity of the items in the kits not the actual work itself.

Duneland


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Curium wrote:

Oh is it supposed to look more realistic? I'm not even sure what we are being judged on the creativity of the items in the kits not the actual work itself.



I thought it would "match" better
I think the entries are judged on creativity and execution. I don't think a color/grayscale chop win anything other than a monkey prize, unless the combination is there to make a statement. Then again, I've never won anything here so I may just be blowing smoke out my caboose.

hm141

stereo3d


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stereo3d


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tgentry wrote:



OMG. ROFL!!!

Curium


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mdesrosiers


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Okay, so this is my second entry ever, and I may be doing a second for this contest;



any nice responses/not nice very appreciated.

suggestions, also?

//forgot sources. d'oh!

Carnegie
Cash
Crashed Car
Bag from guess where
Took picture of monopoly myself.

Josephus


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filteauf


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plinth wrote:Why are you making these kits so complicated?



Agreed.



Plate
Towel
Trunk

Curium


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So easy..... Ah never mind


caveman
bone
squirrel
stone tool
jewelry
skull





mdesrosiers


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Okay, whipped out another. Hope it looks as good as it did in my head.



Oedipus himself
family tree
saline solution
crystal ball

Xexus


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filteauf wrote:
D.Adams



Hey you sass that hoopy, Douglas Adams, there's a frood who really knows where his towel is.

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Xexus


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Sources

In case you're wondering, the substances are of course; gold, frankincense, and myrrh

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kosmosdeli


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Spotnik


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RE: Marie Antionette

Oh my gawd! I was totally going to do this exact idea!! But, I have to say, you did it wayyyy better than I ever could have. Great job!

twallis


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Survival kit of the fittest

Humptydank


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zjr


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cherry flavored antacids, pennyroyal tea, etc.


"Live as if you were to die tomorrow.
Learn as if you were to live forever" -Gandhi

McOwnage


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ok ok so i suck at this

sources
http://www.ushistory.org/betsy/more/images/weisgerber.jpg
http://www.amazon.com/gp/reader/0764568477/ref=sib_dp_pt/103-9385989-9202264#reader-link

mindimer


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My first entry. Heh. Saw this coming, didn't you?

Btw, for those who don't live inside my head...

King Arthur's kit includes:
A field guide to swallows
Spare coconuts, halved
A road reflector, also used for cutting down trees
A rabbit cage
Carrots
Spare armor in case of soiling
Unrecognizable implement
Chain mail gloves
Crossbow