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  • Ever have this happen to you?

    Found this classic clip and thought it was pretty funny:

    posted in Lounge
  • RE: A little humour

    @SSmith1226 said in A little humour:

    @Brian-Moon said in A little humour:

    @SSmith1226

    What proof do you have that rocks are a certain age?
    Evolutionists have been taking their own assumptions as truth and building "evidence" with them for a long time.

    The New York Times lies consistently. You can't trust it.

    Brian,
    The exact answer is above my pay grade. I would assume that the level or rock had material mixed with it that could be carbon dated, or else mixed in with other fossils that could be dated. Also the evidence for these ancient jellyfish was found in Utah. I am not an expert in archeology, paleontology, and geology, so I won’t take it beyond the following, but I can say that it has been a few years since the ocean covered Utah. I was just trying to help, because I was curious as well.

    I can vouch for that. Man, it is dry as a bone out here. But, we do have some "fishy" artifacts.

    posted in Lounge
  • RE: Happy 4th of July!

    @administrator said in Happy 4th of July!:

    @Brian-Moon said in Happy 4th of July!:

    One thing that TH has that would help is a vibrant marketplace. How can we grow that?

    Well, I can certainly make changes to the software end of things. The thing is, however, it doesn't make a big difference how good the site is if nobody uses it. That's the thing about forums: there must needs be a critical mass of users before it becomes steadily trafficked. We are far from that point.

    But, I mean, from a software standpoint, I'm a very good developer. I could make a better site than Reverb. Yes, I said that. But, I am confident in my abilities ;). However, the question usually comes down to: how should I spend my time? Software takes a lot of that.

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  • RE: Happy 4th of July!

    @Brian-Moon said in Happy 4th of July!:

    One thing that TH has that would help is a vibrant marketplace. How can we grow that?

    Well, I can certainly make changes to the software end of things. The thing is, however, it doesn't make a big difference how good the site is if nobody uses it. That's the thing about forums: there must needs be a critical mass of users before it becomes steadily trafficked. We are far from that point.

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  • RE: Happy 4th of July!

    Patience. We are growing everyday.

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  • RE: Happy 4th of July!

    @J-Jericho said in Happy 4th of July!:

    Do away with Electoral College, and we'll have a true democracy, which is defined by two wolves and a sheep voting on what's for dinner.

    I'm not convinced a "true democracy" is the answer.

    I seem to remember studying this in school at one point. We read a book where the author described Republicanism as the virtuous form of government, while absolute democracy was the antithesis. Can't remember the author, now. Wish I did.

    posted in Lounge
  • RE: First gig today

    I'm grateful just to get out of the house, sometimes. Yesterday, I was bogged down with stress and some buddies invited me to go fishing. Didn't catch anything, but it was such a relief to just leave the house for one hour.

    posted in Miscellaneous
  • RE: First gig today

    How about: "The Three Masketeers"

    posted in Miscellaneous
  • RE: Well, old age has finally caught up with me

    I learned, recently, that a "heart attack" is different from "cardiac arrest." There are some cyclists who have died from cardiac arrest while riding too hard. It's not like their arteries were clogged with gunk (they were pros, so they obviously ate well), but they, unfortunately pushed their bodies too hard and, just like that, they died.

    I just got back from a ride where I pushed myself too hard. I'm learning how to be more cautious and know my limits. Got to be safe out there!

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  • RE: Longest Layoff

    @Kehaulani said in Longest Layoff:

    @GeorgeB said in Longest Layoff:
    NO ! But, I bet you could tell some really interesting stories to youngsters of what and what not to do before considering the taking of vows.

    Yeah. Don't get married.

    Sorry, but I couldn't disagree more.

    posted in Music Discussion