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Old 07-10-2008, 09:46 AM   #751
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Railway tracks merging

Plenty of merging and even some three-way action here ...

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Old 07-10-2008, 09:47 AM   #752
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ok i have a weird tunnel shot for you, i'll keep that in mind if i see other interesting infrastructure.

time to go
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Old 07-10-2008, 09:51 AM   #754
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Damn, see you later, Vazza!
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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@ the people who work till midnight with me.

Last night, in this part of the hemisphere, there was a lunar eclipse, meaning the half-moon was out, but it was rust-coloured. A common astronomical occurrence. My..."colleagues" reacted like...well, severely uneducated people. Candice: "It's a lunar night? I need to get home before--" I have no idea what she said, I walked away cause I wasn't frightened by it. But all I could think was lyrics from Eclipse (floyd): "The lunatics are on the grass" Cause at that point we were crossing the lawn...

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alright that's it.

maybe i'll be on tomorrow, monday for sure, tuesday i'm hitting the road.
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@ the people who work till midnight with me.

Last night, in this part of the hemisphere, there was a lunar eclipse, meaning the half-moon was out, but it was rust-coloured. A common astronomical occurrence. My..."colleagues" reacted like...well, severely uneducated people. Candice: "It's a lunar night? I need to get home before--" I have no idea what she said, I walked away cause I wasn't frightened by it. But all I could think was lyrics from Eclipse (floyd): "The lunatics are on the grass" Cause at that point we were crossing the lawn...

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With my vision, I've just given up on trying to spot ... pretty much every astronomical event. Usually I'm the one standing around saying "so ... what's happening?" Being in the city doesn't help, but just on an ordinary night, other people tell me they can see stars while I can't see any or many.
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Old 07-10-2008, 09:59 AM   #759
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alright that's it.

maybe i'll be on tomorrow, monday for sure, tuesday i'm hitting the road.
Hope you get to postwhore it up on Monday.

See you soon anyway!
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With my vision, I've just given up on trying to spot ... pretty much every astronomical event. Usually I'm the one standing around saying "so ... what's happening?" Being in the city doesn't help, but just on an ordinary night, other people tell me they can see stars while I can't see any or many.
It was like a sign of the apocalypse or something, to them. Some people are just nuts, I suppose.

In the city, I can't see much of the night sky either, but a red moon was kind of hard to miss.

Anyways, how are you?
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It was like a sign of the apocalypse or something, to them. Some people are just nuts, I suppose.

In the city, I can't see much of the night sky either, but a red moon was kind of hard to miss.

Anyways, how are you?
Haha. I now have a mental image of people running around screaming about how it's a "sign in the sky" and a "Sign of the Times OH NOEZ!!!!111!!11"

When you're legally blind, being able to spot the moon is enough of an achievement.

I'm pretty good, thinking I really need to get some housework done because this place is a bloody tip. Yourself?
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Final thoughts on Abbey Road:

Fucking fantastic. The only bad song is Her Majesty, and it's not even really part of the album so who cares? The rest is awesome, it's very developed and complete. It has a great, well-executed concept, especially with the medley. Everything it was meant to do, it did.

I can see now why it's considered a masterpiece. It, to music, is like The Godfather to film. Or Seinfeld to television. Just a huge accomplishment that deserves all the praise it receives.

The Beatles upped it a couple of notches today.
Reading back through the thread here.

Glad you enjoyed this one.
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Haha. I now have a mental image of people running around screaming about how it's a "sign in the sky" and a "Sign of the Times OH NOEZ!!!!111!!11"

When you're legally blind, being able to spot the moon is enough of an achievement.

I'm pretty good, thinking I really need to get some housework done because this place is a bloody tip. Yourself?
Same here, Just lazing away my morning on the Superthread and MSN messenger.
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Seems to be a bit slow in here.

I guess that means it's time for another Retro playlist review.
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Reading back through the thread here.

Glad you enjoyed this one.
I was reading that as well! It's always good to see someone discover Abbey Road for the first time...

btw phanan, do you have that link for that Beatles blog lying around? I can't seem to locate it anymore
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