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Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Grant, Oct 4, 2019.

  1. TheDailyBuzzherd

    TheDailyBuzzherd Forum Resident

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    This next one is a little sad considering what's burning in New South Wales,
    but it's hilarious. Typical bullying on full display. So ... human. The bullied
    is utterly offended as if to say, "What the Hell? I mean, WHAT THE HELL?"


     
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  2. TheDailyBuzzherd

    TheDailyBuzzherd Forum Resident

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    Yes! Saw this last night for the first time. I know they zoom
    in on her good eye, but yeah, if she hated it all it would take
    is one swipe of her trunk ...
     
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  3. TheDailyBuzzherd

    TheDailyBuzzherd Forum Resident

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    An old favorite ... remember the days when people thought
    animals couldn't SEE TV or anything in color?
     
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  4. Joy-of-radio

    Joy-of-radio Forum Resident

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    Here's a fun explanation of how sound is replicated digitally.
     
  5. Joy-of-radio

    Joy-of-radio Forum Resident

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    Nyquist-Shannon, the backbone of digital sound
     
  6. ThePaleRider

    ThePaleRider Forum Resident

    The compulsory Beatles post...
     
  7. Morpheus

    Morpheus Forum Resident

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    Tyler, Texas
    This guy calls himself TheCrafsMan and he's really talented a skilled on many levels. He makes toys, and does all sorts of stuff in his workshop out back. He kind of reminds me of someone like Capt Kangaroo or something out of PeeWee's Playhouse just on a smaller scale.
     
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  8. Matt Richardson

    Matt Richardson Forum Resident

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    Lately I've been hooked on the videos this kid from Iowa makes about his family's farm operation. I find this one about costs the most interesting.

     
  9. jason88cubs

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    illinois
  10. Morpheus

    Morpheus Forum Resident

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    And now for something totally different:

     
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  11. BILLONEEG

    BILLONEEG Forum Resident

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    A classic I saw many years ago & it's still funny!
     
  12. skydropco

    skydropco Rock 'n Roll Nurse

  13. chili555

    chili555 Forum Resident

    Scammer Revolts. However, some of the insults thrown around are NSFW and not what I'd post here.
     
  14. Zoot Marimba

    Zoot Marimba And I’m The Critic Of The Group

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    Savannah, Georgia
    Ohmyga!
     
  15. BILLONEEG

    BILLONEEG Forum Resident

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    I love Elley Duhe's voice! This performance is great! I hope she has a long career in music.
     
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  16. Balthazar

    Balthazar Forum Resident

    I can listen to Uncle Tony talk about the Slant Six for hours.

     
  17. Joy-of-radio

    Joy-of-radio Forum Resident

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    Kurtzmann compatible Edison Diamond Disc glass turntable photograph produced in 1921.
     
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  18. GullGutt

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    Thrilling motorcycle chase in Finland
     
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  19. Joy-of-radio

    Joy-of-radio Forum Resident

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    Hi friends. Check out this beautiful acoustic phonograph produced in Switzerland by Maestrophone from 1910 to 1914. Its turntable is powered by a Stirling Engine Hot Air Motor fueled with alcohol. Please keep in mind that most homes still had no electricity during this era. The advantage with this design was that, unlike most other phonographs from that period requiring frequent windings to power their motors, it would run continually for hours on end.
     
  20. Joy-of-radio

    Joy-of-radio Forum Resident

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    Well! Just when I thought phonographs couldn’t be more awe-inspiring, check out this Capehart Orchestrope model 28G produced in 1930. Its original cost was $1250, which is equivalent to $$18,675.44 as of this writing!
     
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  21. Joy-of-radio

    Joy-of-radio Forum Resident

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    Check out the audio fidelity of this acoustically recorded Pathé produced in 1905.
     
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  22. darkmass

    darkmass Forum Resident

    We'll return to our regularly scheduled broadcast of Things That Have Motors In Them in a moment, following this brief interruption from our sponsors . . .

    L.E.J. Game of Bells (Voena cover)



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  23. Joy-of-radio

    Joy-of-radio Forum Resident

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    Yeah, I know... But I have lots of favorites! Before you view this demonstration of early 20th century music reproduction equipment, I encourage you to put on a good set of (((STEREOPHONIC))) headphones as the room acoustics are very nice! You'll feel like you're there!
     
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  24. Joy-of-radio

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    My favorite today… Man! Love this Capehart automatic record changer / player from 1949!
     
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  25. the pope ondine

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    I dig it!
     
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