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  1. smueske

    smueske SS.org Regular

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  2. Leon

    Leon {##[====:::. Contributor

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    i once tried to take a picture of my ass with an $8,000 camera mounted on a $3,000 telescope for purposes of use in Uranus jokes :)

    moral of the story: never give a scientist free time in the lab.
     
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    That's awesome! :lol: I can't wait to see Leon's take on it, being the science dude he is :yesway:

    EDIT- :rofl: Oops, he already did. I knew it'd be classic!
     
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    I once "borrowed" the key to the electronics lab in undergrad, came in after hours with my guitar, and wired up a guitar amp. It sounded pretty good for being solid state, until I blew some components! Everyone's got to learn about the magic smoke at some point, I guess.
     
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    i always wanted to do that, but i know only two things about electronics: jack and squat. we never had any electronics courses at UCincy :(

    there aren't any here at BGSU either!
     
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    Naren OldschoolGhettostyle

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    That was pretty funny. Especially the site, http://zapatopi.net/afdb/ , that was linked on there. It is quite funny that there are real people who believe this stuff. "Not only do they protect against incoming signals, but they also block most forms of brain scanning and mind reading, keeping the secrets in your head truly secret."
     
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    Naren OldschoolGhettostyle

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