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#5821 Stuart Galbraith

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 1152 AM

Space Nazis are becoming uppity, it seems.

 


Probably  took the blackout blinds off their motorbikes.

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#5822 Ivanhoe

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Posted 20 June 2019 - 0037 AM

https://www.dailysta...s-wooly-mammoth

 

 

SEXY ex-Russian secret agent Anna Chapman wants Russian scientists to halt efforts to bring back the extinct woolly mammoth.

 

The glamorous spy claims the prehistoric remains of the ancient creature could bring “lethal infections of the past to our world.”

She said: “The excavation of the bodies of animals that died long ago is a deadly risk.

"Modern researchers believe that ancient fears are scientifically grounded.

“Bodies taken from permafrost might bring lethal infections of the past to our world.

“However, genetic experiments continue.”

 

 

Yeah, there is some risk involved. OTOH, woolly mammoth steaks and roasts?


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Posted 20 June 2019 - 0521 AM

https://www.dailysta...s-wooly-mammoth

 

 

SEXY ex-Russian secret agent Anna Chapman wants Russian scientists to halt efforts to bring back the extinct woolly mammoth.

 

The glamorous spy claims the prehistoric remains of the ancient creature could bring “lethal infections of the past to our world.”

She said: “The excavation of the bodies of animals that died long ago is a deadly risk.

"Modern researchers believe that ancient fears are scientifically grounded.

“Bodies taken from permafrost might bring lethal infections of the past to our world.

“However, genetic experiments continue.”

 

 

Yeah, there is some risk involved. OTOH, woolly mammoth steaks and roasts?

It's the Mammoth ribs that cause car troubles


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Posted 20 June 2019 - 0547 AM

https://www.dailysta...s-wooly-mammoth

 

 

SEXY ex-Russian secret agent Anna Chapman wants Russian scientists to halt efforts to bring back the extinct woolly mammoth.

 

The glamorous spy claims the prehistoric remains of the ancient creature could bring “lethal infections of the past to our world.”

She said: “The excavation of the bodies of animals that died long ago is a deadly risk.

"Modern researchers believe that ancient fears are scientifically grounded.

“Bodies taken from permafrost might bring lethal infections of the past to our world.

“However, genetic experiments continue.”

 

 

Yeah, there is some risk involved. OTOH, woolly mammoth steaks and roasts?

 

I am not sure if that spy is pretty or not. Insufficient information in the blurb.


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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1211 PM

ex-russian spy as she switched sides or russian ex-spy as in failed career? english should be easy, but occasionally is not. 

 

 

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'Attack squirrel' guarding dealer's drug den fed meth to keep it aggressive

https://www.mirror.c...s-drug-16543786


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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1342 PM

Howto reset the firmware of your General Electric light bulbs:

 

 

You can find your bulb firmware version by tapping on the device in your C by GE app.
We recommend counting with Mississippi (1 Mississippi, 2 Mississippi, 3 Mississippi, etc.).
 
Start with your bulb off for at least 5 seconds.
  1. Turn on for 8 seconds
  2. Turn off for 2 seconds
  3. Turn on for 8 seconds
  4. Turn off for 2 seconds
  5. Turn on for 8 seconds
  6. Turn off for 2 seconds
  7. Turn on for 8 seconds
  8. Turn off for 2 seconds
  9. Turn on for 8 seconds
  10. Turn off for 2 seconds
  11. Turn on
Bulb will flash on and off 3 times if it has been successfully reset.

 

 

 

they have filmed an instructional video:

The best video you are going to have watched this year!

 

 

 

How many GE engineers does it take to change a light bulb?


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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1347 PM

The 21st Century is not turning out the way I had hoped...

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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1444 PM

The 21st Century is not turning out the way I had hoped...

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We live in a fork of reality that is not intended for production environment.


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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1753 PM

We all have production expectations in a beta world.


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Posted 21 June 2019 - 1450 PM

someone filmed at the meeting that made this lightbulb:

 


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Posted 21 June 2019 - 1752 PM

I don't see this guy's problem to draw a perpendicular red line kitten. He's allowed to use transparent ink, after all.


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Posted 23 June 2019 - 1134 AM

Yeah, this is going to end well;

 

https://www.dailysta...ui-Frankenstein

 

 

Scientist He Jiankui was condemned around the world last year where he brazenly announced in a YouTube video he had produced the first gene-edited humans in history – dubbed “Frankenstein babies" by some critics.

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Posted 23 June 2019 - 1335 PM

Howto reset the firmware of your General Electric light bulbs:

 

 

You can find your bulb firmware version by tapping on the device in your C by GE app.
We recommend counting with Mississippi (1 Mississippi, 2 Mississippi, 3 Mississippi, etc.).
 
Start with your bulb off for at least 5 seconds.
  1. Turn on for 8 seconds
  2. Turn off for 2 seconds
  3. Turn on for 8 seconds
  4. Turn off for 2 seconds
  5. Turn on for 8 seconds
  6. Turn off for 2 seconds
  7. Turn on for 8 seconds
  8. Turn off for 2 seconds
  9. Turn on for 8 seconds
  10. Turn off for 2 seconds
  11. Turn on
Bulb will flash on and off 3 times if it has been successfully reset.

 

 

 

they have filmed an instructional video:

The best video you are going to have watched this year!

 

 

 

How many GE engineers does it take to change a light bulb?

 

How to reset the firmware on your lightbulb? I'm too old for this shit.  :(


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