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bluebledthesea wrote:

Geebs, you people are demanding. ;) There are some movies kicking around at home but I haven't uploaded them yet.



ah well...guess I'll hafta wait fer the Sunday afternoon matinee. I'm off to lala land (and po and tinky winky and dipsy will be there too....................NOT!) (but hey - I wouldn't mind that nu-nu thing!!)

gnite!

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Lynnzoi wrote:

ah well...guess I'll hafta wait fer the Sunday afternoon matinee. I'm off to lala land (and po and tinky winky and dipsy will be there too....................NOT!) (but hey - I wouldn't mind that nu-nu thing!!)

gnite!



Me no know nu-nu . . .


nigh' nigh'!!

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Noo-noo.

pooflady


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bluebledthesea wrote:





Noo-noo.



Well, now, doesn't that look interesting.



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bluebledthesea wrote:





Noo-noo.



That's really creepy!!!

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AZGman wrote:

That's really creepy!!!



Absolutely everything about Teletubbies is.

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bluebledthesea wrote:

Absolutely everything about Teletubbies is.



Glad my kid was too old fer 'em when they came along . . .

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don'twantaname wrote:Hi Poof! How are you feeling today?



A little straighter, thanks.



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bluebledthesea wrote:





Noo-noo.



lol! thanks bluey! I used to watch them when I took care of my godson.....annoying as hell, but ya still sit there and watch em!

again again!!

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Yum.

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bluebledthesea wrote:

Yum.



How many watts per gallon will ya get with that?

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AZGman wrote:

How many watts per gallon will ya get with that?



50 watts rms x4 @ 2ohms... which is plenty for the sake of my hearing. The sub amp is 400 watts rms x1 @ 2ohms into a 10" Alpine SWR-1042D.

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bluebledthesea wrote:

50 watts rms x4 @ 2ohms... which is plenty for the sake of my hearing. The sub amp is 400 watts rms x1 @ 2ohms into a 10" Alpine SWR-1042D.



"Propulsion by Alpine" ??

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AZGman wrote:

"Propulsion by Alpine" ??



Heh, never heard of "bass boost" ?

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bluebledthesea wrote:

Heh, never heard of "bass boost" ?



Sort of the audio version of nitro-methane?

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AZGman wrote:

Sort of the audio version of nitro-methane?



Haha, yea. Although, it could send your car just as far vertically as forward.

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bluebledthesea wrote:

Haha, yea. Although, it could send your car just as far vertically as forward.



You could leapfrog traffic!

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AZGman wrote:

You could leapfrog traffic!



How sweet would that be, or with dual amps and a half stack of 12" JLs I could just blast them off the road.

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don'twantaname wrote:Would I be able to hear you from the vineyard?



I would hope so, and if not it would be all the car alarms I set off.

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bluebledthesea wrote:

I would hope so, and if not it would be all the car alarms I set off.



Just make sure you put vibration dampeners between all the car's sheet metal components!

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AZGman wrote:

Just make sure you put vibration dampeners between all the car's sheet metal components!



Dynamat.

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You can check out my car and the current state of the stereo install here. Things will be much more exciting when I enter phase II with the sub install, but I know you all and your voyeuristic tendencies.

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This will be in place of this week's movie.

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bluebledthesea wrote:This will be in place of this week's movie.



bummer

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bluebledthesea wrote:You can check out my car and the current state of the stereo install here. Things will be much more exciting when I enter phase II with the sub install, but I know you all and your voyeuristic tendencies.



lovely

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bluebled the yawn wrote:
You can check out my car and the current state of the stereo install here. Things will be much more exciting when I enter phase II with the sub install, but I know you all and your voyeuristic tendencies.



how about a link to the yearly continental drift of the North American plate?
-might be of more interest.

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Josephus wrote:

how about a link to the yearly continental drift of the North American plate?
-might be of more interest.



Be nice. We do not want any more fights.

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don'twantaname wrote:

Be nice. We do not want any more fights.



?

sorry- I didn't mean to start any fights.
just seems a little...dull.

and woot isn't really jumping today.

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Josephus wrote:and woot isn't really jumping today.


Post a chop tutorial.

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qwertyuiop001 wrote:
Post a chop tutorial.



No one ever found the tutorial on doing multiple quote boxes.

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qwertyuiop001 wrote:
Post a chop tutorial.



Would be poiintless. I use Corel Photopaint, not Photoshop, so everything is different. I don't even have layers- I have objects. I don't have quickmask- I have Lasso.
I don't have liquefy- I have Distort- mesh. I do have smudge, smear, feather, transparency, overlay modes, magic wand, color mask. lots of similar things about the two, but lots of details different. Photoshop is clearly more versatile, but Photopaint is in many ways a lot easier to use.

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don'twantaname wrote:

No one ever found the tutorial on doing multiple quote boxes.



There's no tutorial on that. Just put [quote user="donwannanamebananaramarosannerosannadanna"] right before each block of text you want to be "quoted," and [/quote] right at the end of each block of text you want to be "quoted." Always have matched pairs, and don't overlap blocks of quoted text.

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don'twantaname wrote:

No one ever found the tutorial on doing multiple quote boxes.



Its easy enough, isn't it? you go to the bottom thing you want to quote, quote it. copy the info in the box.

then cancel, go to the other thing you want to quote, quote it, then paste the first quote below the second item, and voila!

dotoowantaname wrote:

edit:

I cannot type the name of the vegetable related to cauliflour that is green (Braille on Cookieslli).

no one ever found a tutorial on how to reomve the obsessive compulsive tendencies triggered by the Braille on Cookiesli and carrots color scheme of woot.com.

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Josephus wrote:

Would be poiintless. I use Corel Photopaint, not Photoshop, so everything is different. I don't even have layers- I have objects. I don't have quickmask- I have Lasso.
I don't have liquefy- I have Distort- mesh. I do have smudge, smear, feather, transparency, overlay modes, magic wand, color mask. lots of similar things about the two, but lots of details different. Photoshop is clearly more versatile, but Photopaint is in many ways a lot easier to use.



Who cares? I'm sure you're not the only person to use Photopaint. If you post a tutorial and it looks easier than using PS, maybe more people will use Photopaint. You also have the street cred from being a winner.

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qwertyuiop001 wrote:

There's no tutorial on that. Just put [quote user="donwannanamebananaramarosannerosannadanna"] right before each block of text you want to be "quoted," and [/quote] right at the end of each block of text you want to be "quoted." Always have matched pairs, and don't overlap blocks of quoted text.



it used to be you could quote inside your quotes. I remember lots of times int he contest thread there would be a whole series of quote boxes inside quote boxes. It was quite confusing.

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Hmmmm . . . nevermind.

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qwertyuiop001 wrote:

Who cares? I'm sure you're not the only person to use Photopaint. If you post a tutorial and it looks easier than using PS, maybe more people will use Photopaint. You also have the street cred from being a winner.



I'll have to think about what to do a tutorial on then.

meanwhile, I have to drag some more branches into my pile for the chipper.

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Josephus wrote:

it used to be you could quote inside your quotes. I remember lots of times int he contest thread there would be a whole series of quote boxes inside quote boxes. It was quite confusing.



test
Romulus wrote:test

test



Remus wrote:test[quote user="Romulus"]test

test[/quote]

test[quote]test

test[/quote]

gimme my damn monkey