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  1. Voltan

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    beautiful! congrats!
  2. several colleges and universities offer courses in engineering... i know this to be factual as ive witnessed such offerings in various institutions of higher learning all over the country... as a result, there also seems to be an entire industry built around the knowledge and skill set thus developed, or focused by such expensively procured educational ventures, that exists just to assist those afflicted with the inability or unwillingness to try to do something for themselves. fabricators, inventors, designers, consultants, project managers, architects... these people put bread on their
  3. thanks for catching that... i seriously am having vision difficulties and not too much i can do right now... thank you for your patience and understanding.
  4. its difficult, but not impossible to swish a cheap mic withna windmuff on a ringtailed lemur...
  5. actually, it is your problem... and ill repeat my answer just in case your vision is impaired as well... hope this helps
  6. im using decent gear, thank you very much... however i have a severe bit of glaucoma due to an eye operation i had before quarantine... so im sorry if my physical limitations don’t quite meet the expected standards around here... i’ll try and get that surgery as soon as possible just so i can see the happy colors that negate all the words typed... please accept my appologies for having a surgeon that was a bumbling fuktard... sometimes we all jump to conclusions... try not to make it a habit, mkay?
  7. morons berate people after theyve trolled them... type a bunch of bullshjt and add a smilie... “oh, its a joke”...
  8. dude, youre the only joke here... there are no smilies.. just let it go... do yourself a favor...
  9. ok... wtf is this? a recipe for breakfast smoithies? dude, you asked... on a public forum... peeps gonna reply... thats the way it works. youll get the hang of it.
  10. right... i like dancing in the rain, but that doesnt negate the fact that a lot of other folks, besides us, have moved on to other forms of social media... i mean, you did ask for opinions...
  11. roaches and ant have brains, ants an incredibly intense social structure... so while i get what youre saying, jellies are about as opposite from us as it gets... and theyve been around longer than insects, worms, dinosaurs, mammals, the list goes on...
  12. dude, this was 2005... n00b necro poast mania... lol!
  13. only if you go back to 2005 to poast it, n00b... the time machine is located in the political forum...
  14. march 15th i was at universal studios and had been there for four days. i hung out with drummers from marching bands from all over the country, literally brushed shoulders with folks from all over this rock... i observed young children, picking up skittles from the ground and eating them as their parents whisked them lovingly along their way, nuzzling and kissing them... sharing those same whatever that was from the bottom of your flip flop... i stared in awestruck amazement as a fully grown and otherwise apparently functional human female noticed she had a brown smear of something on her
  15. ok, im exaggerating a bit... i do have to affix the ipad to a tripod, so there is set up time to be considered in both...
  16. farcebook is a force... and similar antisocial media apps... im guilty myself as its so much easier to do a fb/live feed... or zoom session... for the gongs and bowls, or flutes i get a workable, decent sounding mix by pressing one button on an i pad air pro something... at first it was really fun! it may still be so, for others, but its about the same return as playing for my cat. not a negative thing, mind you, but then the cat gives immediate physical feedback as she will sometimes meow in accompanying tones to a couple mantras. a def positive on the energy return... then theres t
  17. frequency, and self contained, portable operation... Matterhorn[edit] In March 2007, DSL produced the Matterhorn, a single subwoofer made from an intermodal shipping container. Danley designed the Matterhorn to meet a military specification, to produce a low frequency sound in the range of 15 to 20 Hz, to be measured at 94 decibels at a distance of 250 meters. To accomplish this, Danley arranged forty 15-inch MTX subwoofer drivers in a tapped horn configuration, each driver powered by its own 1,000 watt amplifier. A diesel generator was included inside the container for operation in the field
  18. yassssss.... all about teh freakwhensees...
  19. if you shave the neck and hollow out the body you might be able to stick with the 8’s... but prolly knot...
  20. hello sugar britches... i wanna set three of those danley 12’s under my aas... two front, one back facing... under the riser... pulsing, throbbing 12’s providing a 360 degree deep tissue massage for errywon!!! talk about laying down a groove!
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