Perpetual motion machine?

This guy has done the 'impossible'!!!! ;>)}
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Phil Kangas
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Thanks to you Phil I wasted 30 minutes on that site!
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Dennis
! ;>)}
That is an evil site. Did you see the swimming eagle? Karl
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kfvorwerk
That is an evil site. Did you see the swimming eagle? Karl
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Yes that was good, I never thought an eagle would do that.
Some of the TED talks are good.
Sad to admit one of my favorites was the keyboard playing dog....
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Dennis
Only 30 minutes? Ya wuss!
Yeah, that was great.
-- The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man. -- George Bernard Shaw
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Larry Jaques
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Yes TED is just as evil.
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kfvorwerk
'tis a very old Yiddush joke:
Two sages of Chelm got involved in a deep philosophical argument.
"Since you're so wise," said one, sarcastically, "try to answer this question: Why is it that when a slice of buttered bread falls to the ground, it's bound to fall on the buttered side?"
But as the other sage was a bit of a scientist he decided to disprove this theory by a practical experiment. He went and buttered a slice of bread. Then he dropped it. "There you are!" he cried triumphantly. "The bread, as you see, hasn't fallen on its buttered side at all. So where is your theory now?"
"Ho-ho!" laughed the other, derisively. "You think you're smart! You buttered the bread on the wrong side!"
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rangerssuck

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