Letter to the CSE from Eddy Goombah

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Letter to the CSE from Eddy Goombah

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Hambydammit wrote: Spam,

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Spam, spam, spam, spam

Spam, spam, spam, spam

Lovely Spam!!

 

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Would you like a spam sandwich or how about some nice spam casserole? LOL


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Sapient wrote: We drive

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We drive on parkways and park on driveways, discuss...

I got a humidifier and dehumidifier for winter solstice, I put them in the same room and let them fight it out. 


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Totally OT...  Hey BGH how

Totally OT...

 Hey BGH how do you like that new Russia bomb?


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Tilberian wrote: Totally

Tilberian wrote:

Totally OT...

Hey BGH how do you like that new Russia bomb?

Yeah, I heard about that. That thing is fucking scary!! Supposedly they are also working on a rather large ordinance for submarines. 

Here is the story for anyone who missed it:

Military says Russia tests superstrength bomb

Tue 11 Sep 2007, 20:13 GMT [-] Text [+]

By Dmitry Solovyov

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has tested the world's most powerful vacuum bomb, which unleashes a destructive shockwave with the power of a nuclear blast, the military said on Tuesday, dubbing it the "father of all bombs".

The bomb is the latest in a series of new Russian weapons and policy moves as President Vladimir Putin tries to reassert Moscow's role on the international stage.

"Test results of the new airborne weapon have shown that its efficiency and power is commensurate with a nuclear weapon," Alexander Rukshin, Russian deputy armed forces chief of staff, told Russia's state ORT First Channel television. The same report was later shown on the state-sponsored Vesti channel.

"You will now see it in action, the bomb which has no match in the world is being tested at a military site."

It showed a Tupolev Tu-160 strategic bomber dropping the bomb over a testing ground. A large explosion followed.

Pictures showed what looked like a flattened multi-storey block of flats surrounded by scorched soil and boulders. "The soil looks like a lunar landscape," the report said.

"The defence ministry stresses this military invention does not contradict a single international treaty. Russia is not unleashing a new arms race."

Such devices generally detonate in two stages. First a small blast disperses a main load of explosive material into a cloud, which then either spontaneously ignites in air or is set off by a second charge.

This explosion generates a pressure wave that reaches much further than that from a conventional explosive. The consumption of gases in the blast also generates a partial vacuum that can compound damage and injuries caused by the explosion itself.

"The main destruction is inflicted by an ultrasonic shockwave and an incredibly high temperature," the reports said. "All that is alive merely evaporates."

Rukshin said: "At the same time, I want to stress that the action of this weapon does not contaminate the environment, in contrast to a nuclear one."

"FATHER OF ALL BOMBS"

The Tu-160 supersonic bomber that dropped the bomb, widely known under its NATO nickname of "Blackjack", is the heaviest combat aircraft ever built.

Putin, who has overseen the roll-out of new tactical and anti-aircraft missiles and combat aircraft, has ordered "Blackjacks" and the Tu-95 "Bear" bombers to patrol around the world.

The report said the new bomb was much stronger than the U.S.-built Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb -- MOAB, also known under its name "Mother of All Bombs". "So, Russian designers called the new weapon 'Father of All Bombs'," it said.

Showing the orange-painted U.S. prototype, the report said the Russian bomb was four times more powerful -- 44 tonnes of TNT equivalent -- and the temperature at the epicentre of its blast was two times higher.

In 1999 Russian generals threatened to use vacuum bombs to wipe out rebels from the mountains during the "anti-terrorist operation" in its restive Chechnya province.

New York-based Human Rights Watch then appealed to Putin to refrain from using fuel-air explosives. It remains unclear if weapons of this type were used during the Chechen war.

U.S. forces have used a "thermobaric" bomb, which works on similar principles, in their campaign against al Qaeda and Taliban forces in the mountains of eastern Afghanistan.

"It (the bomb) will allow us to safeguard our state's security and fight international terrorism in any circumstances and in any part of the world," Rukshin said.

 


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0.9999999999~=1   Discuss

0.9999999999~=1

 

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  I saw a dog

 

I saw a dog today.

 

Also, this.

 

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While we're on the subject

While we're on the subject (which we're not), did anyone see the cool lunar eclipse last month?

 


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I just tried to have a

I just tried to have a conversation with my cat to see how receptive she would be. My hypothesis was that I would be able to discern that my cat had no clue what I was saying. This hypothesis seems to be confirmed in the fact that a few sentences in as I got to the most sensitive and emotional part my cat simply walked away from me in disinterest.

Now considering that if it wasn't for my care, my cat would die, and I am as pleasant of a "pet" as any cat could want, I think we can reasonably conclude that my cat doesn't understand me. Of course there is the remote possibility that my cat actually just thinks I'm an asshole and that she wanted to show her disdain for my loving comments, as she completely understood them. It's remote, but it is possible. If I had to guess I would say the chances that my cat actually understands me, are just a tad bit stronger than the chance that there is a god.

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Hey there people, I'm Bobby

Hey there people, I'm Bobby BrownThey say I'm the cutest boy in townMy car is fast, my teeth is shinyI tell all the girls that they can kiss my heinieHere I am at a famous schoolLookin' real sharp, actin' real coolGot a cheerleader her who wants to help with my paperLet her do all the work and maybe later I'll rape herOh god I am the American DreamI do not think I'm too extremeI'm a handsome son of a bitchI'm gonna get a good job and be real richWomen's liberationCame a-creepin' all across the nationI'll tell ya folks, I was not readyWhen I fucked this dyke by the name of FreddyShe made a little speach thenShe made beg and say "when"She kept my balls in a vice, but she left the dickIt's still hooked, but now it shoots to quickOh god I am the American DreamI do not think I'm too obsceneAnd I'm a miserable son of a bitchAm I a boy or a lady, I don't know whichWhen out and got me a leisure suitJingle my change but I'm still kinda cuteGot a job doin' radio promoAnd none a the jocks can even tell I'm a homoEventually me and a friendSorta drifted along into S&MI can take about an hour on the tower of powerLong as I gets a little golden showerOh god oh god I'm so fantasticThanks to Freddy, I'm a sexual spasticAnd my name is Bobby BrownWatch me now, I'm goin' down


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Since we are talking about

Since we are talking about OJ Simpson:


Simpson named suspect in casino break-in

By KATHLEEN HENNESSEY and LINDA DEUTSCH, Associated Press Writers 6 minutes ago

Investigators questioned O.J. Simpson and named him a suspect Friday in a confrontation at a casino hotel room involving sports memorabilia. The former football star said he went to the room to retrieve property that was stolen from him but denied breaking in.

Simpson said he was conducting a sting operation to collect his belongings at the Palace Station casino.

Simpson told The Associated Press auction house owner Tom Riccio called him several weeks ago to say some collectors "have a lot of your stuff and they don't want anyone to know they are selling it."

Simpson, who was in Las Vegas for a friend's wedding, said he arranged to meet Riccio at the hotel. Riccio had set up a meeting with collectors under the guise that he had a private collector interested in buying Simpson's items.

"We walked into the room," Simpson said. "I'm the last one to go in and when they see me, it's all 'Oh God."

"Everybody knows this is stolen stuff," Simpson said. "Not only wasn't there a break-in, but Riccio came to the lobby and escorted us up to the room. In any event, it's stolen stuff that's mine. Nobody was roughed up."

Simpson said he was accompanied by several men he met at a wedding cocktail party, and they took the collectibles, which included his Hall of Fame certificate and a picture of the running back with J. Edgar Hoover.

Simpson said he wasn't sure where the items were taken.

A message left for Riccio was not immediately returned.

The break-in was reported late Thursday night, police spokesman Jose Montoya said.

When officers talked to him, "Simpson made the comment that he believed the memorabilia was his," Montoya said. "We're getting conflicting stories from the two sides."

Simpson is considered a suspect in the case, Montoya said. He was released after he and several associates were questioned, and he remained in Las Vegas.

"We don't believe he's going anywhere," Montoya said.

The Heisman Trophy winner, ex-NFL star and actor lives near Miami and has been a tabloid staple since his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman were killed in 1994. Simpson was acquitted of murder charges, but a jury later held him liable for the killings in a wrongful death lawsuit.

Simpson has had to auction off his sports collectibles, including his Heisman Trophy, to pay some of the $33.5 million judgment awarded in the civil trial.

On Thursday, the Goldman family published a book about the killings that Simpson had written under the title, "If I Did It," about how he would have committed the crime had he actually done it. After a deal for Simpson to publish it fell through, a federal bankruptcy judge awarded the book's rights to the Goldman family, who retitled it "If I Did It: The Confessions of a Killer."

Fred Goldman, Ron's Goldman's father, defended the family's decision to publish the book. He said he was stunned by the news from Las Vegas.

"I'm overwhelmed and amazed," Fred Goldman told The Associated Press. "If it turns out as it is currently being played, I think this shows more of who he is. He is proving over and over and over again that he thinks he can do anything and get away with it."

Goldman's lawyer, David Cook, said he would seek a court order on Tuesday to get whatever items Simpson took in Las Vegas.

The Las Vegas district attorney's office will decide whether to pursue charges in the casino case, but had not received police paperwork by Friday morning, an office assistant said.

Simpson had been scheduled to give a deposition Friday in Miami in a bankruptcy case involving his eldest daughter. But it was rescheduled because Simpson had told attorneys that he would be out of town.

The Palace Station, an aging property just west of the Las Vegas Strip, is one of several Station Casinos-owned resorts that cater to locals. The 1,000-room hotel-casino, with a 21-story tower and adjacent buildings, opened in 1976.

A company spokeswoman did not immediately return a call for comment. ___

AP Special Correspondent Linda Deutsch reported from Los Angeles. Associated Press writer Tony Winton in Miami contributed to this report.

 

 

 


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hambydammit wrote: Spam,

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You know what's good? Fried

You know what's good?

Fried spam and peanut butter.

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Sapient wrote: Just in

Sapient wrote:

Just in case my cat also reads this website when I'm away from my desk... Marley I love you, you're a good cat.

 


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Since we're talking about

Since we're talking about Greydon Square: he's awesome.


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Since we're talking about

Since we're talking about new members on the forum, welcome pestriddentacos.

When you get a chance, we'd love it if you'd hop over to the General Convesation, Introductions and Humor forum and introduce yourself. 

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My rendering of Eddy's song (3D Dancing Kent)

Feel free to repost this. I'm releasing my video portion as Creative Commons (with attribution to Eddy Goombah and myself for the video portion). Eddy owns the music of course. Smiling