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Okay I ain't believing this, not until I see real proof on my TV in July, and further proof on reputable sites.

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this was response to Verizon's new logo which turned out to be an April Fools joke.
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http://www.ytmnd.com/sites/profile/906716

It's my ytmnd profile, I don't remember copying it. I created my first one today, if you have an account feel free to vote for it, it's a misheard Rick Astley lyric.
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http://www.zoom-in.com/blog/design/tess-salalac/verizon-logo-change-truly-madly-stupid
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This is kinda like the "What music are you listening to?" thread, but its topic has to do with what you're WATCHING, rather than what you're listening to. This could be Viva Viva Piñata Yata Yata or anything else.

My ***SUGGESTED*** rules for this thread are just common sense stuff, such as:

o No profanity (cussing). PIF is a family forum; please help keep it that way.
o No "hotlinking" please - that is, if you use pictures, don't just link them directly from another website. You may host them on your own webspace, or use a free image hosting facility like http://www.photobucket.com
o Pictures of cover art or screen dumps (yes, that's what they're really called!) should only be posted one time, even if you watch & post about the same movie or TV episode more than once.
o Since I neither own nor administer PIF, these suggested rules may be altered or amended by any administrator or moderator at any time.

Now that all that boring stuff is out of the way, let me get this show on the road...

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This morning, I'll be watching the episodes "The Crest of Kindness" and "Genesis of Evil" from Digimon season 2 (aka. Digimon 02).


This is the one where Ken Ichijouji (formerly aka. "the digimon emperor") goes to Primary Village to look for his partner digimon Wormmon, who sacrificed himself in the previous episode to help Magnaangemon stop Chimairamon (a digimon that Ken made out of control spires); he then finds the digiegg of Leafmon (glowing the same way Ken's Crest of Kindness glowed) - which hatched when he touched it.


This is what a control spire looks like.


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Fluorescence of the red "petals" on a Palmon plush when irradiated with a Handheld Blue (violet-emitting) Laser Module

Poison Ivy!!!

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Fluorescence of an Impmon plush when irradiated with a Handheld Blue (violet-emitting) Laser Module


Bada boom!!! 

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Fluorescence of a Calumon plush when irradiated with a Handheld Blue (violet-emitting) Laser Module


Crystal matrix activate!!! (.WAV sound file; 4,586,872 bytes; runtime (playing time) 0:52)
The contents of this sound file are as follows:
{male voice} Digi modify....{Takato} DIGI MODIFY!!! MA-TRIX DIGIVOLUTION!!!...{Calumon} Crystal matrix activate!...{female computer voice} Matrix digivolution...{music plays}...Growlmon digivolve to...{more music plays}...Wargrowlmon!



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Fluorescence of a tritium "EXIT" sign when irradiated with a Handheld Blue (violet-emitting) Laser Module.

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04-11-09
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have thirteen updates planned for my website today...one is a new evaluation of the ICON Rogue 1 Flashlight (it's almost identical to the light I did yesterday), one concerns my having performed spectroscopy of its LED, one concerns my having performed spectroscopy of the flashing red LEDs in a LEDTronics Safety Vest, two more have to do with having performed spectroscopy of fluorescence of its fabric when irradiated with a violet-emitting laser, two are updates to the laser's web page to add those spectra, two are adding those spectra to my "Spectra of 'Flourescence' in Non-Light Emitters" web page (note sp. of "Fluorescence" ;)), one is adding the spectra of the vest's red LEDs to my "Spectra of Low-Powered Red LEDs (3)" web page, and one is an update to my PK ICON Rogue 1 Flashlight's web page to state that PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) is used in the flashlight's "low" mode and to add another photograph.

The spectra were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs, and the laser that produced the spectra of fluorescence of various objects had its evaluation updated on the same two BBSs.


This is what the ICON Rogue 1 Flashlight looks like.


And this is what the LEDTronics Safety Vest looks like.

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I have no outside trips planned for today.


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"what urinal mints taste like"
"how old does a baby need to be before it's too big to fit down the toilet?"
 
I searched for these phrases because they're lyrics to a song performed by Worm Quartet.

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Fluorescence of the green "dots" on the Infinity Optics Clock when irradiated with the Handheld Blue (violet-emitting) Laser Module




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BIO026000--Biography & Autobiography / Personal Memoirs

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Dear (someone you recently talked to),I don't really know how to tell you this,(1). I think I realized it (2)(3) and I saw you (4)(5). I'm sure you're (6) enough to understand (7). I'm returning (8) to you, but I'll keep (9) as a memory. You should also know that I (10) and (11).
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then tag 10 people


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I want the Phaser
It finally looks like a weapen again

It reminds me more of the TWOK phaser than the TOS phaser ,I like to think it’s an in between version

just a Trek Movie.com  comment I made

this is before I edited it.
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Here's the song that Patrick Star wrote. It was on the episode "Sing a Song of Patrick”.
And it was called "I Wrote This" by Patrick Star.
It is in .WAV format; 0.54MB (565,262 bytes) in length. Runtime is 0:51 (51 seconds).

Here are the lyrics for this song:
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Twinkle, Twinkle, Patrick Star, 
I made myself a sandwich. 
My mommy named it Fred, 
It tastes like beans and bacon, 
And smells like it's been dead. 
Writing stuff is hard so I use a pointy pencil 
Pointy, Pointy, Pointy, Pointy, Pointy, Point. 
Piss you what's that horrible smell? 
Drum solo! 
(Drum Solo) 
I have a head, 
It ends in a point 
Pointy, Pointy, Pointy, Pointy, Pointy, Point. 
This song is over, 
except for this line, 
You win this round, 
Broccoli!
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white way wong way westward ii

playing said game, stumped on a part so I googled it
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Radio Shack # 276-0023 High-Flux ("Spider") Blue LED.

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04-26-09
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have sixteen(!) updates planned for my website today...twelve concern my having performed spectroscopy of the LEDs in an LED "SIGNS" sign from Gershel Bros; the last four concern my having performed spectroscopy of the fluorescence of a two-colored plastic clip when irradiating it with a high-powered Blu-ray (violet-emitting) laser.

The spectra were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs, and the laser responsible for the fluorescence in that clip had its post updated on the same two BBSs as well.


This is what the "SIGNS" sign looks like.


Here's another look at it.


And this is what the two-colored plastic clip looks like.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
Yesterday, I went to the Right Aid drug store to pick up some "dope".


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In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:

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[code]<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="Handheld'>http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/ninteen/412_85.htm">Handheld ~412nm Blu-ray (Violet-Emitting) Laser</a><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif"><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/p.gif">  (<b>P</b>) (<b>S</b>)<br>
Performed spectroscopy  (</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">pronounced "<a href="http://www.merriam-webster.com/cgi-bin/audio.pl?spectr28.wav=spectroscopy" target="new"><img src="http://safeco2.home.att.net/spectros.gif" align=center border="0"></a>"</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="4">) of fluorescence of the outer casing of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when irradiated with this laser.<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="specx94.htm">Spectra of Fluorescence in Non-Light Emitters (Pg. 2)</a><br>
Performed spectroscopy  (</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">pronounced "<a href="http://www.merriam-webster.com/cgi-bin/audio.pl?spectr28.wav=spectroscopy" target="new"><img src="http://safeco2.home.att.net/spectros.gif[/img][/url]"</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="4">) of fluorescence of the outer casing of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when irradiated with the above laser.<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>A</b> <a href="Flexible'>http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/ninteen/flexible.htm">Flexible Light</a> (<b>P</b>) (<b>S</b>)<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="specx41.htm">Spectra of Incandescent Flashlights</a><br>
Performed spectroscopy  (</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">pronounced "<a href="http://www.merriam-webster.com/cgi-bin/audio.pl?spectr28.wav=spectroscopy" target="new"><img src="http://safeco2.home.att.net/spectros.gif" align=center border="0"></a>"</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="4">) of the bulb in the above product.<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="GENERAL'>http://rememberedrats.home.att.net/zone10.htm">GENERAL REVIEW FORMAT FOR LED AND OTHER FLASHLIGHTS IN "THE PUNISHMENT ZONE"</a><br>
Changed the way ratings are applied.<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="Megatech'>http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/tenth/avion.htm">Megatech Avion Micro Airplane</a><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif"><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif">
<img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif"><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif"> (<b>S</b>)<img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/x4.gif" alt="Failed or was destroyed during/after testing"><br>
Product's charger has started to function, but the airplane's battery still fails to charge.  <img src="

[/code'>http://safeco2.home.att.net/shake.gif"><br><br>[/code
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This translates to:

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04-28-09: U Handheld ~412nm Blu-ray (Violet-Emitting) Laser  (P) (S)
Performed spectroscopy  (pronounced "") of fluorescence of the outer casing of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when irradiated with this laser.
04-28-09: U Spectra of Fluorescence in Non-Light Emitters (Pg. 2)
Performed spectroscopy  (pronounced "") of fluorescence of the outer casing of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when irradiated with the above laser.
04-28-09: A Flexible Light (P) (S)
04-28-09: U Spectra of Incandescent Flashlights
Performed spectroscopy  (pronounced "") of the bulb in the above product.
04-28-09: U GENERAL REVIEW FORMAT FOR LED AND OTHER FLASHLIGHTS IN "THE PUNISHMENT ZONE"
Changed the way ratings are applied.
04-28-09: U Megatech Avion Micro Airplane (S)
Product's charger has started to function, but the airplane's battery still fails to charge. 
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I'd like to "play" this, but I always end up having something stupid in my clipboard. Tongue
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AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!


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(ooookay, that was my reset password LOL but it's something different now)
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It's somebody's video code.  Probably the menopause comedienne.
Let's try not to be boring, mkay?
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI6Ljm6YhGk&feature=related
 
Hm. YouTube link someone gave me. Probably something British.
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