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Jul 15th 2012 6:31PM Darryll thinks Romney will win, but he's wrong about that,just like he's wrong about the White House address. How about 1600?
Apr 27th 2011 9:50AM I bet the Acai wine from Rose Bank Winery would go great with glazed!
Apr 9th 2011 10:14AM So he's unemployed, but has a housekeeper? How does that work?
Feb 24th 2011 8:05AM I'm thinking wireless Internet. 4G is faster than the DSL from my phone company, and just a few bucks more. Plus, I can take the USB device with me and have Internet on the go.
Feb 23rd 2011 10:55AM I think Pennsylvania is worst at highway repair. And road signs. Pennsylvanians gripe about Jersey drivers, but it's not entirely their fault, Pennsylvania doesn't have a lot of signs, they are lost, and dodging potholes.
Jan 4th 2011 3:19PM Post hoc ergo procter hoc
Nov 12th 2010 6:08PM Do you have any evidence to support your claim?
Oct 26th 2010 8:06AM Last winter I rebuilt my parents 1963 Sylvania console stereo and then the vinyl bug got me. I used my late 1970's Phillips turntable to play my vinyl on (spent $165 on a new cartridge), and if you have the same album on CD and vinyl, it's interesting to compare. I think generally the reverb sounds more realistic on the vinyl. I actually have Steely Dan's "The Royal Scam" on Vinyl, CD and the reissue, 20 bit remaster, and they all sound a little different. The amazing thing is how good records sounded by their demise in the late 80's. Joe Jackson and The Police had me wondering what was so wrong with records that we all went to CD so quickly. As for my Emerson, Lake and Palmer, I don't think it stood the test of time too well. They were one of my faves, and I saw them in concert 3 or 4 times, but putting on the old records made me wonder, what did I see in this music. Great musicians, but the music is pretty overblown.I wish I had "Frampton Comes Alive!"
Oct 18th 2010 7:29AM bobpark.physics.umd.edu/bob.html Cell phones don't cause cancer, check out why.
Oct 18th 2010 7:26AM Everyone here is cutting on her because they have enough basic science to realize that cell phones don't produce ionizing radiation, can't damage DNA and don't cause cancer. Check with Bob Parks at the University of Maryland for the details. Just Google Bob Parks What's New for the facts, not just conjecture from a non-scientist.
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