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MoJoRiSin 06-09-2012 11:40 AM

this is a true story
(about math)
last night befor going to be my Bose clock radio
Stated the time was 22:14
and the choice of am and pm had

maybe that's what I meant in lieu of what you may have thought I meant

edit: thankfully the user manual is
easily available online and the fix was
very simple :
"Function Control panel
To set AM/PM (12 hour) or Military (24 hour) time – Press
the On/Off button once to turn your Wave radio off.
Press and hold Clock Set, and then press On/Off to switch between
AM/PM (12 HR) or military (24 HR) formats"

i still have no idea in hell how the switch could have happened :)

MoJoRiSin 06-13-2012 10:20 PM

hypothetical post 2 unrelated things thread



this time they ARE
(a little)

MoJoRiSin 06-20-2012 06:16 PM

[color="DimGray"]the work of a
man's hands

MoJoRiSin 06-22-2012 07:58 PM


i will never stop loving youse guys
no possible way

MoJoRiSin 06-26-2012 11:53 AM

I am Leary
The liver cancer from stevia leave
Why because you can grow it easily in you backyard
In 1999 I felt so horrible I went on a 60 carb a day diet
To see if I would feel betterI have done lots of experiments
On my body!! Ha ha
Anyway every afternoon at three
I dissolved a tablespoon
(Heaping!) Of stevia green unrefined powderin hot water with same amount of slippery elm bark powder and eureka it worked !! I felt so great on this low glycemic
I ate this complex only 60 carb a day diet for more than a year
I still believe it was the herbs that helpe
In the beginning

MoJoRiSin 06-26-2012 11:57 AM

edit after dissolution enough cold h2o to make it warm then swig it down in one swallow which was easily for me but when on vacation
One of my sisters replied I could do this easily and the other one gagged
fyi. :)

MoJoRiSin 07-01-2012 12:56 PM

error messages to post

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MoJoRiSin 07-03-2012 11:54 PM


MoJoRiSin 07-04-2012 05:51 PM

Marcus Bales,
this one's for you
WASHINGTON – Hundreds of thousands from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic were preparing to spend the Fourth of July like America's founders did in 1776, without the conveniences of electricity and air conditioning.
Power outages from Friday's storm

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/07/04...#ixzz1zhG4cDhQ


Happy 4th of July !


ps are you ok?

MoJoRiSin 07-10-2012 02:52 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread ::
Please write his book: One man’s efforts to crowdsource his novel
The Globe and Mail
Published Monday, Jul. 09 2012, 6:27 PM EDT
Last updated Monday, Jul. 09 2012, 6:46 PM EDT

"What would it be like to buy your way into a book?

A Toronto writer is offering the public a chance to find out. Writer and filmmaker Daniel Perlmutter is mixing crowdsourcing and crowdfunding to create a novel with paid contributions – the more you pay, the greater the play.

For $15, you get a sentence. For $20, you can pick a location where some of the story takes place; $30 lets you invent a character. On it goes, to $750 for the right to determine the book’s genre (sci-fi, romance, whatever); $900 for the opportunity to name the book; up to $1,000 to decide how the whole thing ends.


__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

Authoring by crowd seems like an inevitable step in an era of running dialogues composed on social media and Twitter-based fiction. Chicago artist Willy Chyr, for instance, recently created The Collaborwriters, a novel to be written by contributors in Twitter-sized, 140-character bits (see it at thecollabowriters.com).

Perlmutter says all those who pay to contribute to his novel will be included in the finished product, barring any contribution infringing on copyright or that’s derogatory or “anything weird like that,” as he says. So he doesn’t see this as an easy solution to the dreaded white page. It might be hard labour.

“There could be hundreds of characters suggested by people by the end of this thing,” he says, in much the same tone as a promotional pitch on the novel’s pledge site: http://www.indiegogo.com/unwrittenmasterpiece.

Perlmutter is primarily a filmmaker, having co-written the 2010 feature-length comedy Peepers and recently received the Governor-General’s mentorship award, in which he is being paired with comedian Eugene Levy. And the novel will be as much a multimedia piece as a written work. He hopes to document the assembly and writing process with a blog and to maintain the interactive flavour by keeping the whole thing open and public.

“It’s a legitimate project in the sense that I’m going to write this thing. But no matter what the project ends up being, it’s going to be comedic in nature, just because of the very process.”

No, wait, pretend he didn’t say that. For Perlmutter, who looks like a young Woody Allen, also says in his best salesman voice that “a successful end product would be a truly great novel seen as a classic of literature and to give the people, the contributors, a sense that they had a hand in that. They are not getting any financial reward. They are not profiting from it. But they can brag to their friends….

“Yeah, well, my name is going to be large on the cover still. [But] Authors are always stealing ideas from all over the place. This is just going to be a little more explicitly done.”

In the video pitch on the website, Perlmutter feels the need to go to great lengths to remind people of the power of the novel: “When you open a book, you get transported to faraway places. You flip open the pages of a novel and all of a sudden you’re in Pittsburgh. Or anywhere in Pennsylvania! It’s incredible!”

Monday, the first in a 30-day campaign, saw Perlmutter’s attempts to publicize the project gain some notice on Twitter. “I just got retweeted by Margaret Atwood, so we’re off to the races here.”

And was Eugene Levy, Perlmutter’s mentor, part of the project’s birth? “No, this is a separate thing, although I’ll probably hit him up for a contribution.”

Still, what of the undeniable feeling that this is a send-up of crowdsourcing, that the $6,000 Perlmutter has to raise for editing, printing and publicity costs is more of a lark than art?

“I would hope that people [get] the sense of fun and humour that was intended. Although if someone wants to create a character that they are deadly serious about, I’ll just have to find a way to work it into this book.”

He sees it more as a celebration of mass creative production than a criticism. “I think crowdsourcing is incredible. I think it makes so much sense being able to really cut out any middle man and just have a direct relationship between an audience and a creator. “It’s a fantastic thing.” "

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MoJoRiSin 07-20-2012 12:47 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread
"Heart beats fast
colors and promises
how to be brave
how can I love when I'm
to fall
but watching you stand alone
all of my doubt
Suddenly goes away

MoJoRiSin 07-20-2012 02:47 PM

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MoJoRiSin 07-23-2012 09:50 PM

I practically cry
When I realize
How good you are
At this game

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