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    Default Something far away.

    Has anyone noticed that big light source in the sky?
    Does it have FDA approval?
    What kind of hazzards does it pose?
    Anyone thought of any solar modifications?
    8)
    Those who stand for nothing, Will fall for anything.

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    someone call it the "sun" but i`m sure there is a UFO .............

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    The problem I have with the "big light" is that its always there to wake me up in the morning.

    It should be required to take a vacation every so often.

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    it`s been 5 months seen i did se it

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    Hmm .. Norway.. 6 months on 6 months off i guess.
    I wonder if when you say to your girlfriend, "ill call you tomorrow morning".. is that in 12 hours or 6 months?
    "Honey, I havent heard from you since last nite, are you mad at me?"
    (How many of us dread hearing that one?) :roll:

    "Gotta check out those Northern lights!
    Those who stand for nothing, Will fall for anything.

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    the sun is starting to get back now :\
    i hate it.. (and love it)

    But i hate that the sun stays up 24\7 all the summer

    so there is NO TIME for use my laser outside then : :cry: :cry:


    hmmmm i think i will try having fun with the birds this summer...
    and popping the ballons from the ballonsellers...

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    Wandered in here...

    Sun...bad big bright thing...as any who have known me for longer than an hour can attest, I *don't* do daylight hours, but live midnight shift...

    Why does the sun have to be up there? Can't they regulate its output? Not only is it generating unregulated power, but there seems to be excess radiation being emitted from it - can't be from the cfc's and suchlike that propel freon into our air conditioning for our cube farms....or the other....okay my shut up...

    Seriously, tho : who do I complain to that it disturbs the wildlife out here?? It sets all the birds and critters and stuff in a ruckus when it's on, which wakes me from a sound sleep! It's pollution, indeed! So who do they have pay the fines for this??

    Although: it is (potentially) a more consistent power source...better be careful or Our Concerned Government may tax us for it...

    Okay, it's bedtime for me...g'niiiiiiiight........
    Responses always welcome...whether intelligent replies or smart answers

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    Hey Kcar,
    Saw you during the daylite hours, you didnt burst into flames.
    hmm not a vampire then, The concensus is alien...
    Live long and perspire.. err prosper!
    Those who stand for nothing, Will fall for anything.

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    I have one thing to say...http://groups.msn.com/TheKcars/vanit...oto&PhotoID=14
    Dat me. Done ages ago. 'Nuff now.
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    It's a little hard to avoid that hot beast in the sky here in the sunshine state... :idea: It would be a lil cold without it though. :roll:
    Love, peace, and grease,

    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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