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    I found this in the smallest area imaginable. Looks like it was just hero's supervision. He may have supervision, but I have meat vision!

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    No one else can see you delusions hero.

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    That's problematical... r u on the bark side?
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    herosrest, it's been over a week. We're already to puke...So go ahead and tell us the big secret
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    A few people have picked out this image within the image...
    some don't see it. A haunted piccie.




    The scene is of local village green.
    Right side behind trees is St. Marys parish church and cemetary -dating way way back through millenia. The building at left is The Crown public house.
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    If that is supposed to look like some creepy derranged face thing then I saw it... But wasn't sure if that was it.
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    Yep, we were all going to figure that one out.
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    It sorta looks like a skull with a bin laden beard.
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    I see a shark just about to bite down on that skull.
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    For the hard of hearing... ....



    The pic is not doctored... l know, compression algorithms etc. etc but .....
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    During deep sleep IT came to me and the future of processing is clear.
    Future processors will primarily be digital tuning radios acting as grid computing nodes.
    Voila. See ya in hell.
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    ok, mystery over...NEXT...

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    Interesting snippet -



    "June 24, 1790, buried Anne Wilson, from Newbury in Berkshire, who dropped down dead in the fields, on account of the excessive heat on the 22d." The heat on this day was not quite so intense as on one day during the summer of 1793, but the transition from a temperate atmosphere was less gradual. The greatest height of the thermometer on the 22d, as observed by Mr. Cavendish at Clapham, was 91. The day preceding, it had not been higher than 82, and on the 18th, 19th, and 20th, from 70 to 75. On the 23d it rose no higher than 79, and within a few days its greatest height was 64. On the 16th of July 1793, Mr. Cavendish's thermometer rose as high as 93 (fn. 47) ; for some days preceding it had been from 84 to 88.
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    Someone should make a thread to make random conversations.
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