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jamescanvin
QUOTE (djellison @ Dec 3 2008, 01:22 AM) *
The temptation to re-write the lyrics for a certain US pop singers latest creation 'Womanizer' is exceedingly high...


You've been listening to Radio 1 haven't you? laugh.gif
djellison
I swear - hand on heart - I was going 'Rover Driver, Rover Rover Driver' before the Lorry version hit the Moyles shoe smile.gif
centsworth_II
QUOTE (lyford @ Dec 2 2008, 07:52 PM) *
Would anyone care to look at the title of this thread again? biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

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ElkGroveDan
QUOTE (lyford @ Dec 2 2008, 04:52 PM) *
Would anyone care to look at the title of this thread again? biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

Now we've got to get into the fish tank and sing.

djellison
And did those feeeeet.....
dvandorn
I would say that it's the Buzz Aldrin Show, but I'm afraid that's a banned subject.... rolleyes.gif

-the other Doug
sci44
QUOTE (dvandorn @ Dec 3 2008, 08:44 PM) *
I would say that it's the Buzz Aldrin Show, but I'm afraid that's a banned subject.... rolleyes.gif

-the other Doug


Well I didnt expect Buzz Aldrin, America's #2 spaceman! Nobody expects.. Oh sorry. High level. Impressively. Keep. Yes.
pandaneko
Dear Admin

I just wonder if my account of the M9 earthquake in Japan might be of help to the forum members.

Pandaneko
centsworth_II
QUOTE (pandaneko @ Mar 17 2011, 08:21 AM) *
...my account of the M9 earthquake in Japan...
This would be a good place to let us know how you are doing.
jamescanvin
Glad you're safe Pandaneko. smile.gif

I'm sure many of us would be interested to hear your story, and the thread that centsworth_II pointed you to would be the right place for it.

James
ElkGroveDan
Yes, we've been wondering about how you were doing in all this P.N.
djellison
QUOTE (pandaneko @ Mar 17 2011, 04:21 AM) *
Dear Admin

I just wonder if my account of the M9 earthquake in Japan might be of help to the forum members.

Pandaneko



Please do - hope everything is OK - and yup - Centsworth's link is the place.
Paolo
nice to hear again from you Pandaneko!
nprev
Just bumping this rather elderly thread back up to reinforce a crucial point. We the admin/mod team have received a few observations--and complaints--from long-time members about the quality of discourse on the Forum of late, and this is a matter of significant concern.

For 17 years we've done our best to make this place the premier place on the web for not only amateur space enthusiasts but also space professionals to interact and jointly share the wonder of robotic exploration of the Solar System. A major part of that is preserving the signal-to-noise ratio in discussions, and of late the noise level has become unacceptably high.

We ask that all members--and esp. our newer ones--carefully read the Rules and Guidelines. More than that, though, before posting please consider whether or not your post will further a given discussion in a productive and cordial way. If it won't meet that standard than it's probably not worth posting.

Thanks!
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