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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 06:15:24 PM »
Stole it really... :-[ curry's origins may go even further back.

Scientists believe they may have found evidence of a 4,000-year-old "proto-curry" in India's ancient Indus Valley civilisation.

Traces of cooked ginger and turmeric (which remain in use in curries such as lamb vindaloo today) were found in starch grains in human teeth and a cooking pot found in the ancient town of Farmana, west of Delhi by anthropologists.

The findings made by Arunima Kashyap and Steve Weber of Washington State University, Vancouver were published in the journal Science.

Hardly, if the 4000 year old discovery has only just come about. What was there to steal?

Curry was developed as a means to eat rotting meat that perished in the sun with no refrigeration, by the British soldiers sent out there.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 06:08:05 PM »
Perhaps because you never bothered to check their name nor mission statement:

From our immaculately restored, iconic engines and rolling stock to rotating exhibits carefully curated to illuminate life along the historic California railways, our exhibits are sure to enthrall both the most avid rail enthusiasts and first time visitors alike.


The locomotive collection of the California State Railroad Museum contains 19 steam locomotives dating from 1862 to 1944. The Museum’s locomotives illustrate the development of steam technology from its early years in the mid-nineteenth century through its apogee and climax in the 1940s.
The engines range in size from the diminutive Southern Pacific No. 1, “C.P. Huntington,” to the million-pound giant, Southern Pacific articulated cab-forward No. 4294. Fewer than 45 full-size steam locomotives built prior to 1880 exist in the United States. The Museum has eight of these, including Central Pacific Railroad locomotive No. 1, “Gov. Stanford.” While the locomotive collection of the California State Railroad Museum is extensive, only a portion is on public exhibition at any one time. The remaining engines are either undergoing restoration or awaiting restoration in the Museum’s shop facilities.

You see it's a state museum focusing on state railroads...


Is that supposed to be an excuse? Bloody damn shoddy one.

I am pretty sure that is plan B

Plan B? Senda will have known three weeks ago which cubicle he wants to stay in.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 06:05:48 PM »
Yes, yes!

And we got curry.. And the Merlin engine.

They wouldn't tell me if there was anybody there by that name they just said that I needed to know what room it was and that they would call and ask if there was a person there by that name and that if they wanted to speak to me and then they would connect me if the person accepted the call

I was going to suggest you call back and tell them you're Curtis...BUT, if you did and they did talk to him, the poor receptionist would get about an hour of ear ache about trolls, fools haters and evil MV and ethernet cables with hidden cameras in them, and they don't get paid enough to hear that.

Where is the nearest Starbuck$?

One is quite close, one a bit further away, both within waddling distance.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 05:54:59 PM »
I'm sure you'll correct them. ::)

I asked why...I got a blank look. 

I could live stream on MY YouTube channel!

Could I set up a infrared baby monitor so you could watch him sleep?

I said gory, not into bestiality!!!

You sick bastard. STFU

Wait, why two?!

Two angles, we're a gory loving lot here and I can download it, put it into Sony Vegas and slo mo as the punches come raining into your face from two angles...It's the artistic side of video editing...You'll love it, you will, L  O  V  E    I  T!

For that matter, someone could call the hotel and ask for him

 Here you go   (626) 449-4000

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 05:48:30 PM »
You mean they lied to me in American History? :D

I don't know what they told you. But in Sacramento there is a railway museum...Makes absolutely no mention or reference to Steam engine invention or railway invention in the UK.  >:(

I would have... I wonder how my wife, who knows nothing of BellGab, would respond to Falkie sleeping on the couch where she watches Gilmore Girls every night...

Why don't you set up two Go-Pro cameras and we can all watch?

Yorkshire got in by mentioning Art Bell.

Sort of, as soon as I did, his eyes glazed over and he gave me my passport back and told me to never darken his booth again, EVER!

Well, he wasn't planning to spend last night in a hotel, remember?  :P

We don't know that he wouldn't have found a new best friend who lived in Pasadena and extended his hospitality to Senda, took him home, introduced him to is large breasted wife, his even larger breasted 18 year old daughter, several cats, and the exclusive use of a Mac, several I-Pads, smart phones and spy camera free internet!!! YOU DON'T KNOW LADY!!

Scratch that. We do.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 05:23:02 PM »
Could you imagine all those guys in today's litigious society, with all the ball-busting lawyers around?

If you ever have the opportunity to visit a place called Ironbridge and Telford, it's a wealth of history in the telling. Sheffield too has an open air museum and one under cover in a place called Kelham Island. All those places (plus Bristol with IKB) pretty much were the birthplaces of modern industrial processes.

So could the REAL story be, that Senda traveled by train to Pasadena to get a refund on his AlienCon ticket?

That young lady is a terrible slur.

As Sendas manager, I wonder what WhiteTroll has to say about all this?

He says what he's told to say.

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 05:14:33 PM »
I don't think Davy even made money on it. He gave it away. Although I think George Stephenson invented something similar and there was a fuss about who invented it.

Stephenson had the first working railway between Stockton and Darlington. Trevethick had a steam engine and it was James Watt (From whenst we get the unit of power) who developed Newcomen's steam engine, made it far more efficient and that pretty much was the catalyst of the industrial revolution...He didn't though invent the governor which stopped the engine overspeeding or slowing down..That little bit of brilliance was invented by Leonardo da Vinci.

Great eyes but can't be him.  The white haired gentleman seems to be wearing a normal pair of shorts.

He'd also have been down the front with the disabled people in their wheelchairs in a borrowed Walmart fat cunt motorised scooter.

Slothie the grifter got a full refund for his ticket.
He also had it all spent on food and tchotchkes by the time he hit the train station.

Has he said that?  :o

Found him! In the last frame before they turn the camera off sitting there with his glasses looking down at a tablet or am I wrong?

In the crisp white shirt and neatly ironed shorts?

You ARE new here....

Only to finally disclose that he had broken the door to the blu-ray and the disk had to be put in just right.

He broke it? Surely he means the manufacturer of the player didn't make it strong enough to withstand the gentle use that a clumsy fat fucking fat cunt like Senda would put it through!!!

Class action to follow.


Be sure to mention BellGab and say 'MV sent me'. Then he'll know to trust you.

Yeah, that'll work.. Yeah...Absolutely.

it’s all Curtis’ fault, you know !
Curtis should have been in Pasadena at the Sheraton with FAT FALKIE  !
made sure FAT FALKIE had proper assistance with his luggage !
made sure FAT FALKIE had proper transportation anywhere !
made sure FAT FALKIE had no problems at the hotel !
made sure FAT FALKIE was fed a proper half thawed chicken dish upon his arrival !
made sure FAT FALKIE washed behind his ears !
made sure FAT FALKIE had clean underwear (and wore them) !
made sure FAT FALKIE went to bed early !
made sure FAT FALKIE got up in the morning !
made sure FAT FALKIE had a good breakfast !
made sure FAT FALKIE was handed his ticket immediately before entering the venue and had it attached to his clean T-shirt with a saftey pin...and told not to touch it !

oh, and do not talk to strangers !
“stranger danger”

And a label safety pinned to his shirt with his name and address and Curtis's contact details in case he got lost.

Should I go and pick him up and offer my couch for the night?

Oh would you? Be a lamb and take care of him....What the fuck am I saying??????????????

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 04:36:27 PM »
I think it was one of those stair step/begat things.  I could be wrong, as Brig might say, but I thought the closest thing was Davy's before the lamp and it stair stepped from there.  There are a bunch of fella in the lightbulb hall of fame.

The Davy lamp was invented for miners. It burned in such a way that if the...Oh I'll let wiki explain.

The lamp consists of a wick lamp with the flame enclosed inside a mesh screen. The screen acts as a flame arrestor; air (and any firedamp present) can pass through the mesh freely enough to support combustion, but the holes are too fine to allow a flame to propagate through them and ignite any firedamp outside the mesh. It originally burned a heavy vegetable oil.

The lamp also provided a test for the presence of gases. If flammable gas mixtures were present, the flame of the Davy lamp burned higher with a blue tinge. Lamps were equipped with a metal gauge to measure the height of the flame. Miners could place the safety lamp close to the ground to detect gases, such as carbon dioxide, that are denser than air and so could collect in depressions in the mine; if the mine air was oxygen-poor (asphyxiant gas), the lamp flame would be extinguished (black damp or chokedamp). A methane-air flame is extinguished at about 17% oxygen content (which will still support life), so the lamp gave an early indication of an unhealthy atmosphere, allowing the miners to get out before they died of asphyxiation.

Edison was an inventor but he was also an asset stripper. He basically stole other people's ideas and called them his own. The lamp now used with the (Edison) screw (as opposed to the bayonet cap used in the UK] and the filament within that makes it work as it does, had about 2000 prototypes before it was perfected.

One thing stirkes me.  It seems to me, that IF he could get online, he would be doing live streams BEGGING for money right now.

You think?  ::)

One can hope he either found his ticket, or was able to show them email proof that he had purchased one.  Not being able to find his ticket, is probably why he didn't know what times his signing/photo schedules are.

How can someone lose money, tickets, documents, receipts at such an incredible rate?


Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 11:28:35 AM »
It doesn't sound like you like or respect them at all. ::)

To you yes. But I know how I feel, so that's all that matters.  ::)

Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: June 16, 2018, 11:27:47 AM »
Which nitwitted celeb was it that said they'd be happy with robots having guns instead of humans.

Nothing could POSSIBLY go wrong there, I mean machines they have the capacity to correct for their designers' innate flaws, right????


Wasn't the education secretary. She said that guns wouldn't be on the agenda in looking into gun violence in schools.. A little like not looking into what part the atomic bomb had in the razing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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