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#202484 - 12/01/05 05:11 PM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: trevek]
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Incidentally, Joseph Grimaldi was a master swordsman, apparently.
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#202485 - 12/02/05 12:10 AM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: trevek]
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T R U E

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#202486 - 12/02/05 12:23 AM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: Ed_Morris]
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T R U E







Two cannibals were eating a clown. One says to the other,"Does this tatse funny to you?"

*puts on protective equipment*
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#202487 - 12/02/05 01:28 AM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: trevek]
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Book's better.




Aren't they always?
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#202488 - 12/02/05 02:33 AM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: Karateka13]
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After watching "It" when I was six I developed a near crippling fear of bathrooms and clowns. And being alone. I'm never watching that movie again.




I saw that movie when I was nine, and had terrible nightmares for years, then I started MA. I've watched that movie several times since, and read the book a few times as well.

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#202489 - 12/02/05 02:35 AM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: Bushi_no_ki]
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F@$&, I can't stand people who are not dependable!!!

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#202490 - 12/02/05 02:43 AM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: Christie]
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[Email]F@$&[/Email], I can't stand people who are not dependable!!!







Me either?
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#202491 - 12/02/05 03:02 AM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: BrianS]
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I can, so long as they don't depend on me
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#202492 - 12/02/05 09:23 AM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: ButterflyPalm]
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TGIF

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#202493 - 12/02/05 09:37 AM Re: An unusual thread... [Re: harlan]
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BTW FYI FWIW
Model Rocket Science 101:

Max velocity v, the velocity at burnout = q*[1-exp(-x*t)] / [1+exp(-x*t)]
Altitude reached at the end of boost = [-M / (2*k)]*ln([T - M*g - k*v^2] / [T - M*g])
Additional height achieved during coast = [+M / (2*k)]*ln([M*g + k*v^2] / [M*g])

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