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Global Warming seems like a nutty idea, much further "out there" than merely left field.
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29-06-2020 17:28
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IBdaMann wrote:
Global Warming seems like a nutty idea, much further "out there" than merely left field.



I guess they do have cliffs on Mars, right? That's a kewl~ pic you took.
(for those who don't get it, the Earth is blocking the Sun in IBDM's pic)
p.s., IBDM, any chance you mixed in some NO2 in your tank?

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29-06-2020 20:47
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James___ wrote: I guess they do have cliffs on Mars, right?

That's not Mars. That's a little hideaway corner in a completely separate quadrant.
That particular planet is in the "P"-series, identified as "P.Nutgal.R.E" I think.

James___ wrote: That's a kewl~ pic you took.
Thanks. You should have seen all the gyrations I had to go through to tag the side of the cliff. I'm now thinking that location might have been a less than optimal selection if my metric is volume of onlookers who see it ... but at least I know that Marxists and the Climate crowd will end up discovering it in their selfies.


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29-06-2020 21:32
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IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: I guess they do have cliffs on Mars, right?

That's not Mars. That's a little hideaway corner in a completely separate quadrant.
That particular planet is in the "P"-series, identified as "P.Nutgal.R.E" I think.

James___ wrote: That's a kewl~ pic you took.
Thanks. You should have seen all the gyrations I had to go through to tag the side of the cliff. I'm now thinking that location might have been a less than optimal selection if my metric is volume of onlookers who see it ... but at least I know that Marxists and the Climate crowd will end up discovering it in their selfies.


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Nah, you have to be in the asteroid belt then. That and you have a little too much NOx in your tank

It was nice of you to show the Moon lit up. Otherwise it would've made it difficult to figure out what you were showing.
With you graffiti, it's still graffiti. the GA (Galactic Authority) will be looking for you son. Just sayin'. Must've been fun though. Being shot by a spray can of paint.
In Zero G, nothing to hold you in place when you fire that bad boy up. And then you had to go back to the cliff again and repeat, ie., many gyrations

That would be so much fun to do. I'm jealous just thinking about it


Umm, took a closer look. Both the planet and satellite seem to have a lot of cloud cover. My bad.
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29-06-2020 23:29
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IBDM, you get bonus points for trying to make space exploration interesting. With me, I'd say you're on Voyager in the Delta quadrant and the "captain", she is your captain. Kes maybe? She's hot and might keep you from blowing yourself out into space when creating your "art".
Then "gyrations" might become more meaningful

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30-06-2020 09:37
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James___ wrote:
IBDM, you get bonus points for trying to make space exploration interesting. With me, I'd say you're on Voyager in the Delta quadrant and the "captain", she is your captain. Kes maybe? She's hot and might keep you from blowing yourself out into space when creating your "art".
Then "gyrations" might become more meaningful


I'll tell you what. Pick an avatar that's not the generic gray user icon and I take you around space. We'll have a ball.

Like this one:

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30-06-2020 21:16
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30-06-2020 22:09
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Try updating your profile with this pic:

By the way, nice dragon fly.
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30-06-2020 22:43
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James___ wrote:


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01-07-2020 00:06
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IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote:


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That is so kewl~. I might have to use that as the background on my Facebook page.

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