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    Cosmos

    It's only photos and no more. But it a enchanting sight. :rolleyes:























































    The Sombrero Galaxy in Infrared Light
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    Dust Band Around the Nucleus of "Black Eye Galaxy" M64
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    Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300
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    Nucleus of Galaxy Centaurus A
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    The Hodge 301 Cluster: Multiple Generations of Stars in the Tarantula Nebula
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    Star Cluster NGC 290


    Please don't shoot the piano player, he's doing the best he can.

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    Re: Cosmos

    wow! beautiful pics! thanks! i have a telescope & study the heavens myself. i find it interesting....

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    Re: Cosmos

    Beautiful, Awesome, Wonderful... some of the many faces of GOD.

    And just think, we are all made (our physical bodies) and ALL other
    material things around us of this dust, this star-stuff. Countless
    myriads of atoms that are constantly changing their vibrational
    state to create the bodies of other objects, both physical and material.
    All of this dwarfs we humans and it should humble us as well, to the
    point where the final relization is brought to us that we should respect
    and care more for what we have, our planet, as it, like all of these
    objects in the heavens of the universe is truly as wonderous and
    beautiful.

    Thanks BiR... a nice gift!

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    The interesting links.

    I hope that maybe it would be interesting for somebody... :rolleyes:

    "Modern Firearms & Ammunition" (English/Russian):
    http://www.world.guns.ru

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    "Smiles style Kolobok" (English/Russian):
    http://www.kolobok.wrg.ru

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    "Smiles from Foolstown" (English/Russian):
    http://www.foolstown.com

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    "GetSmile" — the best smiley program (English):
    http://www.getsmile.com

    I'll try to find any interesting links more... :rolleyes:


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    Re: The interesting links.

    This is what a computer should do first thing in the morning!
    Click on the link below and then type in your first name..

    http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~geoffo/humour/flattery.html

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    Re: The interesting links.

    Quote Originally Posted by BiR
    I hope that maybe it would be interesting for somebody... :rolleyes:

    "Modern Firearms & Ammunition" (English/Russian):
    http://www.world.guns.ru

    --------------------------------------------------------

    "Smiles style Kolobok" (English/Russian):
    http://www.kolobok.wrg.ru

    --------------------------------------------------------

    "Smiles from Foolstown" (English/Russian):
    http://www.foolstown.com

    --------------------------------------------------------

    "GetSmile" — the best smiley program (English):
    http://www.getsmile.com

    I'll try to find any interesting links more... :rolleyes:

    WHY!?you gonna OUTDO deafdude!?hehe!!just askin...

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    Re: The interesting links.

    "World Paper Money" (English):
    http://aes.iupui.edu/rwise/default.htm


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    Re: The interesting links.

    I'll have to show the gun link to my husband. He loves military weapons. I don't know why because we hardly ever get to target shoot anymore

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    Re: The interesting links.

    http://www.africam.com

    The live streaming video with sound of the Nkhoro Pan is cool. If you have enough bandwidth let it stream for a long time. Best to view early morning at sunrise and late afternoon just before sunset as the game will go there to drink water. During the night there are lights on. If you see only black your connection is slow, so wait a little longer for the stream to begin, or the lights are not working. The link to the video stream is in the left navigation section.
    Some of the other cams are refreshing, and others are triggered by motion.

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    What programs you use at work and at home?

    What programs you use at work and at home?

    About me...

    At work (Mac OS 9):
    - Photoshop;
    - Illustrator;
    - QuarkXPress;
    - InDesign;
    - Acrobat Professional and Distiller;
    - ATM DeLux;
    - FlightCheck;
    - TypeStyler....

    At home (Windows XP):
    - Photoshop;
    - Illustrator;
    - QuarkXPress;
    - InDesign;
    - Acrobat Professional and Distiller;
    - FlightCheck;
    - Font Twister;
    - ATM DeLux;
    - Audio Grabber;
    - Ulead Media Studio Pro;
    - Ulead Cool 3D Production Studio;
    - Ulead Gif Animator;
    - Sony Sound Forge;
    - Advanced Jpeg Compressor;
    - Bryce;
    - Poser;
    - ABBYY FineReader;
    - Cinema 4D;
    - Canopus ProCoder;
    - ACDSee;
    - CorelDRAW;
    - KitchenDRAW;
    - Skype;
    - Nero...

    Oh, and the main is TRASH... :D
    Last edited by BiR; 12-09-2006 at 10:46 PM.


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    Re: What programs you use at work and at home?

    is this....i'll show you my PU S S Y you show me yours!?hehe!!.....just askin..

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    Re: What programs you use at work and at home?

    Quote Originally Posted by lexx
    is this....i'll show you my PU S S Y you show me yours!?hehe!!.....just askin..
    Something like this... I'd shown mine, so it is your turn now... :D Come on! :p


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    When web-sites were young...

    Browse through 85 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago. To start surfing the Wayback, type in the web address of a site or page where you would like to start, and press enter. Then select from the archived dates available. The resulting pages point to other archived pages at as close a date as possible...

    Wayback Machine

    As is easy to see, scam.com has been changing own main pages from 1997 with a speed of sound... :D


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    About Smiles...

    I wonder where the owner of this site has found such moronic collection of smiles? I understand that last collection was not a sample of creativity but I think he has traded bad for worse. These smiles looks like a medley of idiots. No emotions only falling jaws and grimaces from nightmare... It’s totally ludicrous and looks like the displays in cabinet of curiosities...


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    Re: About Smiles...

    there is one and only one solution to that, you should submit with a permit to the owner of this site, to have a permission to send your " own face smile" that is YOUR FACE WITH A SMILE ON IT... We need a good jovial smile from you! Now, I think that would be great! Smile now!

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    Re: About Smiles...

    what is this? no response from you? not a jovial bone in your body? how bout a toast with VODKA, then mmm I think not, he would not respond that way also, how about drinking some hot pepper sauce not that will do it, oh well, grumps are born every day! even in your country!

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