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Date: 18 Feb 2009 12:16:25
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: LOL of the day
Just in case anyone missed this buried in the thread, but the following
paragraph was written by RGP's self proclaimed genius, Russ Georgiev.
Enjoy!

"Hey MOron. Answer your own question, as I have no idea how you answered
it. Are 6 handed games new or not? On one hand you state 6 handed games
are not new. On the other hand hand you don't know any six handed games
except 6 handed holdem games, which are new. You can't have it booth ways.
Are six handed games new or aren't they. Since you have no clue about
Mexican Poker or Asian Poker, the only six handed games you'd know would
have to be 6 handed holdem games, which are new. Yet, you state you know 6
handed games are not knew, but know nothing about the six handed games
that still go in casino's."

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Date: 18 Feb 2009 14:15:38
From: Wayne Vinson
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18 2009 2:16 PM, XaQ Morphy wrote:

> Just in case anyone missed this buried in the thread, but the following
> paragraph was written by RGP's self proclaimed genius, Russ Georgiev.
> Enjoy!
>
> "Hey MOron. Answer your own question, as I have no idea how you answered
> it. Are 6 handed games new or not? On one hand you state 6 handed games
> are not new. On the other hand hand you don't know any six handed games
> except 6 handed holdem games, which are new. You can't have it booth ways.
> Are six handed games new or aren't they. Since you have no clue about
> Mexican Poker or Asian Poker, the only six handed games you'd know would
> have to be 6 handed holdem games, which are new. Yet, you state you know 6
> handed games are not knew, but know nothing about the six handed games
> that still go in casino's."
>
> ---
> Morphy
> xaqmorphy@donkeymanifesto.com
> http://www.donkeymanifesto.com
>
> "I think they are mad that i am borderline psycho" --igotskillz
>
> "It's unfortunate that there are loons on both sides completely
> obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra

The man's got serious mental health and cognitive problems.

Wayne Vinson
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Date: 18 Feb 2009 14:38:21
From: stevee03@gmail.com
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18, 5:28=A0pm, "XaQ Morphy" <a1c5...@webnntp.invalid > wrote:
> On Feb 18 2009 4:15 PM, Wayne Vinson wrote:
>
> > The man's got serious mental health and cognitive problems.
>
> Yup, it's more obvious day after day...
>
> On another note, you and doggy and I have to seriously watch it. =A0We're
> agreeing with each other way too much lately.
>
> ---
> Morphy
> xaqmor...@donkeymanifesto.comhttp://www.donkeymanifesto.com
>
> "I think they are mad that i am borderline psycho" =A0--igotskillz
>
> "It's unfortunate that there are loons on both sides completely
> obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra
>
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I lurk quite a bit and notice that you bark every time Russ rings your
bell. I think he's playing you more than you are denouncing him.


   
Date: 18 Feb 2009 15:02:15
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18 2009 4:38 PM, stevee03@gmail.com wrote:

> I lurk quite a bit and notice that you bark every time Russ rings your
> bell. I think he's playing you more than you are denouncing him.

If you think that Russ is playing me and not the other way around you need
to go back into lurking mode.

Hi by the way.

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Date: 18 Feb 2009 14:28:02
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18 2009 4:15 PM, Wayne Vinson wrote:

> The man's got serious mental health and cognitive problems.

Yup, it's more obvious day after day...

On another note, you and doggy and I have to seriously watch it. We're
agreeing with each other way too much lately.

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Date: 19 Feb 2009 14:51:12
From: Beldin the Sorcerer
Subject: Re: LOL of the day

"XaQ Morphy" <a1c5905@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:ikeu66xufd.ln2@recgroups.com...
> On Feb 18 2009 4:15 PM, Wayne Vinson wrote:
>
>> The man's got serious mental health and cognitive problems.
>
> Yup, it's more obvious day after day...
>
> On another note, you and doggy and I have to seriously watch it. We're
> agreeing with each other way too much lately.
This is like agreeing to call an with the nuts, though

>
> ---
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> http://www.donkeymanifesto.com
>
> "I think they are mad that i am borderline psycho" --igotskillz
>
> "It's unfortunate that there are loons on both sides completely
> obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra
>
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>
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Date: 18 Feb 2009 12:30:28
From:
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
Just for the record did you state _anything_ about the relative age of
6 handed poker games?


On Feb 18, 3:16=A0pm, "XaQ Morphy" <a1c5...@webnntp.invalid > wrote:
> Just in case anyone missed this buried in the thread, but the following
> paragraph was written by RGP's self proclaimed genius, Russ Georgiev.
> Enjoy!
>
> "Hey MOron. Answer your own question, as I have no idea how you answered
> it. Are 6 handed games new or not? On one hand you state 6 handed games
> are not new. On the other hand hand you don't know any six handed games
> except 6 handed holdem games, which are new. You can't have it booth ways=
.
> Are six handed games new or aren't they. Since you have no clue about
> Mexican Poker or Asian Poker, the only six handed games you'd know would
> have to be 6 handed holdem games, which are new. Yet, you state you know =
6
> handed games are not knew, but know nothing about the six handed games
> that still go in casino's."
>
> ---
> Morphy
> xaqmor...@donkeymanifesto.comhttp://www.donkeymanifesto.com
>
> "I think they are mad that i am borderline psycho" =A0--igotskillz
>
> "It's unfortunate that there are loons on both sides completely
> obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra
>
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Date: 18 Feb 2009 14:27:11
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18 2009 2:30 PM, toddbryson wrote:

> Just for the record did you state _anything_ about the relative age of
> 6 handed poker games?

Of course not. I did call Russ a stupid old fucker a few times, does that
count?

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Date: 18 Feb 2009 17:06:27
From: garycarson
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18 2009 5:27 PM, XaQ Morphy wrote:

> On Feb 18 2009 2:30 PM, toddbryson wrote:
>
> > Just for the record did you state _anything_ about the relative age of
> > 6 handed poker games?
>
> Of course not. I did call Russ a stupid old fucker a few times, does that
> count?
>

I've never before run into anyone as frightened of age as you. What's
that all about?

btw, not that long ago Ed Hill was a regular poster here.

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Date: 18 Feb 2009 17:11:27
From: Wayne Vinson
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
> I've never before run into anyone as frightened of age as you. What's
> that all about?

The obvious dementia (either drug or age induced) in the OP seems like a
very relevant topic, at least anywhere that Russ raises his rather
confused head.

You can't possibly read the OP and think Russ is firing on all mental
cylinders.

Wayne Vinson
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Date: 18 Feb 2009 17:23:02
From: BillB
Subject: Re: LOL of the day


"Wayne Vinson" <a7a88fc@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:v6ou66x34i.ln2@recgroups.com...

> The obvious dementia (either drug or age induced) in the OP seems like a
> very relevant topic, at least anywhere that Russ raises his rather
> confused head.
>
> You can't possibly read the OP and think Russ is firing on all mental
> cylinders.

So you like mocking the mentally ill. What kind of low-life are you?



      
Date: 18 Feb 2009 17:49:38
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18 2009 7:23 PM, BillB wrote:

> So you like mocking the mentally ill. What kind of low-life are you?

Shut up retard.

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Date: 19 Feb 2009 07:14:19
From: John_Brian_K
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
> > So you like mocking the mentally ill. What kind of low-life are you?
>
> Shut up retard.

LOL

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nor will I consider you necessarily wise because you are grave.
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Date: 19 Feb 2009 17:11:32
From: FL Turbo
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Thu, 19 Feb 2009 07:14:19 -0800, "John_Brian_K"
<a7ecb57@webnntp.invalid > wrote:

>> > So you like mocking the mentally ill. What kind of low-life are you?
>>
>> Shut up retard.
>
>LOL
>
>==========================================
>You must not think me necessarily foolish because I am facetious,
>nor will I consider you necessarily wise because you are grave.
>==============================

Now, first of all, don't get me wrong here.
I am not trying to hijack this thread.

(That would be wrong, and I would never do that.)

I ran across an interesting site while looking for something else.
I thought that someone like you in the Motor City would find this site
interesting.

Take a look at this one.

http://www.sandersaircraft.com/aircraft/dreadnought/One_Second_with_Dreadnought.pdf

August 28, 2006 Story by Tom Fey
Photos by W J Pearce

At a race weight of 6.25 tons, the trick Pratt & Whitney R-4360-63
powered T.20 Sea Fury “Dreadnought” is truly the big kid on the air
racing block.
Built, owned, and flown by the late Frank and sons Brian and Dennis
Sanders, this two-seat masterpiece has turned the pylons as fast as
458.9 mph by virtue of the clean, highly detailed airframe and the
3,800 horses that tread within her custom cowling.
Dreadnought has won the National Championship Reno Air Races twice,
and finished second 13 times.
To simply call this airplane large and fast, while certainly accurate,
diminishes the fantastic complexity required to attain such impressive
performance.

If you could examine a single second of time while Dreadnought is hard
at work, engine at 3000 rpm and 72 inches of manifold pressure, just
70 feet off the deck at 450 mph on the Reno course, what would you
find?

In that one second, the thundering, 4,290 lb R-4360 radial has gone
through 50 revolutions, with each of the 28 finely-finned cylinders
firing 25 times.
Inside each cylinder of 156 cubic inch (2.6L) displacement (same as
the entire V-6 powerplant in a C class Mercedes-Benz) a piston the
diameter of a coffee saucer has transmitted close to140 horsepower to
the master rod.
Seven cylinders are linked to each master rod, with each of the four
master rods adding their own 900+ horsepower to the crankshaft. Seven
hundred power pulses, one pulse for each 9.5° of propeller arc, have
been transmitted to the six foot long, one-piece, four throw steel
crank.
Each piston has traveled 50 feet in linear distance, changing
direction 100 times per second, with the total linear travel of all 28
pistons adding up to a ¼ mile.
Each sodium-filled exhaust valve the diameter of a beer can (2.5
inches) has required 2.1 tons of initial force to open the port to
expel the 1600° F gasses into the 14 exhaust stacks specifically
choked to maximize jet thrust from the exhaust.
The single-stage supercharger rotor, 14 inches in diameter, has spun
348 times, delivering 98 cubic feet of air at 72 inches of manifold
pressure, equivalent to 21 psi above ambient pressure.
Seven intake trunks, 2.75 inches in diameter, undulate forward from
the supercharger housing to supply the compressed mixture to the
intake valves perched atop the forged aluminum heads. The pressure
within each cylinder will approach 235 psi before the four, low
tension magnetos on the nose case supply the 1400 sparks per second,
20,000+ volts per spark, to the 56 individual spark plugs that fire
off the charge.

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number aviation gasoline have been injected into the gaping Bendix
PR-100 carburetor with an intake throat the size of a tool box. Five
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force-fed into the intake system to assure the supercharged mixture,
heated by compression, does not exceed 194°F, thereby moderating the
charge to burn at the proper rate and at a sub-solar temperature.
More than 12,408 BTU’s of heat energy (3.1 million calories) have been
released into the engine, enough to raise the temperature of a 55
gallon drum of water 27° F. Approximately 8.6 fluid ounces of water
has been sprayed at 35 psi from 14 nozzles placed in the narrow, 3.75
inch gap of the cowling inlet to atomize the fluid and dissipate heat
directly from the otherwise air-cooled cylinders.

In that thousand milliseconds, approximately 60 lbs of cooling air
have entered through the three square feet of inlet area (area of a
pizza box), its temperature raised 45° F by ram pressure alone, then
cleverly guided by a tapered spinner afterbody, shrouds, hoods, and
baffles to flow across the four rows of seven cylinders, expand across
the engine, absorb heat, and exit the cowling exhaust chute.

In that one second, tucked inside the forged aluminum R-4360 nose
case, 10 hefty steel planet gears, an inch thick with 23 teeth each,
caged in the propeller reduction unit, have spun on their own plain
bearings 50 times and orbited inside the ring gear close to 19 times
to slow the speed of the propeller relative to the engine. The 13.5
foot diameter, four-bladed Aeroproducts propeller and regulator, some
528 pounds altogether, have made 18.75 revolutions, the tips arcing
through 795 feet of linear distance and subjected to 2700 times the
force of gravity.
Each furnace-brazed, hollow steel propeller blade has a chord (width)
of 15 inches and sports a custom contour at the outer trailing edge to
reduce tip load vibration as it strains to efficiently convert 900
horsepower into thrust, speed, and victory.

In that one second, the 2 pressure oil pumps have sent 148 fluid
ounces, almost 1.2 gallons, of 60 weight, W120 aviation oil at 90 psi
through the engine to lubricate and cool the reciprocating symphony,
while seven scavenge pumps have collected the oil, circulated it
through the dual oil coolers, and back to 30 gallon oil tank. A lonely
tablespoon of oil has escaped past the piston rings, burned, and been
blown overboard. Approximately 4.3 fluid ounces of spray bar water
have been ejected from 56 ports at 15 psi.; 14 pairs of diametrically
opposed ports for each of the two oil coolers, one cooler tucked into
each wing root. The spray bar water is directed onto metal tabs welded
to the stainless steel spray bar tubing, fracturing the stream and
turbulating the mist, essential for removing 270 BTUs of heat per
second from the oil.

In that one second, over 1.72 million, yes million, foot/lbs of work
have been done, enough to raise a 150 lb. man 2.2 miles into the air
or lift a 60 ton Abrams battle tank through a football goal post.

The mighty aircraft has covered 660 feet, roughly 1.5% of the current
8.48 mile Reno Unlimited course. Each second approximately 2 lbs of
fluids are consumed and ejected, reducing the racer’s 45 lbs per
square foot takeoff wing loading by 10% at touch down.

In that single second, coming off Pylon 6, g force easing, wings
almost level, the pilot begins a quick scan of the 9, 2.5 inch
diameter analog gauges essential for racing (induction temperature,
cylinder head temperature, oil temperature, oil pressure, torque
pressure, oil temperature, oil pressure, cylinder head temperature,
anti-detonant injection pressure, cylinder cooling spray pressure,
fuel flow, oil cooler spray bar pressure, spray bar pressure, oil
cooler door position indicator) aligned across the top 2 rows of the
panel.
The wide eyed but extremely focused pilot, Brian or Dennis Sanders,
dodging dust devils, scanning the sky for aircraft and the ground for
their shadows, is reassured to find all is well within the thundering
juggernaut as it rat races over the mile high desert outside Reno,
Nevada.
In just one second of the 535 seconds it takes to complete the 66.9
mile race, man and machine, wind and air, water and oil, speed and
gravity, combine to make air racing the most elite motorsport of all.
Despite engines and airframes that haven’t been manufactured since
1960, Unlimited-class air racing remains the World’s Fastest Motor
Sport, and an experience of sight and sound unique in all of racing.

Long live the big iron.

My thanks to Brian Sanders, Graham White, Pete Law, Bill Pearce, and
Hewlett-Packard for their expert and most welcome assistance.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------

Hah!

Prissy Prius petters would piss their pants riding in that plane.



    
Date: 18 Feb 2009 17:10:07
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18 2009 7:06 PM, garycarson wrote:

> I've never before run into anyone as frightened of age as you. What's
> that all about?

It's a joke. All of it is a joke. I have a strange sense of humor.

> btw, not that long ago Ed Hill was a regular poster here.

I know. That was a joke too.

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Date: 18 Feb 2009 12:25:26
From:
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18, 2:16=A0pm, "XaQ Morphy" <a1c5...@webnntp.invalid > wrote:
> Just in case anyone missed this buried in the thread, but the following
> paragraph was written by RGP's self proclaimed genius, Russ Georgiev.
> Enjoy!
>
> "Hey MOron. Answer your own question, as I have no idea how you answered
> it. Are 6 handed games new or not? On one hand you state 6 handed games
> are not new. On the other hand hand you don't know any six handed games
> except 6 handed holdem games, which are new. You can't have it booth ways=
.
> Are six handed games new or aren't they. Since you have no clue about
> Mexican Poker or Asian Poker, the only six handed games you'd know would
> have to be 6 handed holdem games, which are new. Yet, you state you know =
6
> handed games are not knew, but know nothing about the six handed games
> that still go in casino's."
>
> ---
> Morphy
> xaqmor...@donkeymanifesto.comhttp://www.donkeymanifesto.com
>
> "I think they are mad that i am borderline psycho" =A0--igotskillz
>
> "It's unfortunate that there are loons on both sides completely
> obfuscating what's going on." --Official RGP Mantra
>
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Maybe he's drunk? If not...wow.


  
Date: 18 Feb 2009 12:42:33
From: IHeartWuzzy
Subject: Re: LOL of the day
On Feb 18 2009 3:25 PM, trangers16 wrote:

> On Feb 18, 2:16 pm, "XaQ Morphy" <a1c5...@webnntp.invalid> wrote:
> > Just in case anyone missed this buried in the thread, but the following
> > paragraph was written by RGP's self proclaimed genius, Russ Georgiev.
> > Enjoy!
> >
> > "Hey MOron. Answer your own question, as I have no idea how you answered
> > it. Are 6 handed games new or not? On one hand you state 6 handed games
> > are not new. On the other hand hand you don't know any six handed games
> > except 6 handed holdem games, which are new. You can't have it booth ways..
> > Are six handed games new or aren't they. Since you have no clue about
> > Mexican Poker or Asian Poker, the only six handed games you'd know would
> > have to be 6 handed holdem games, which are new. Yet, you state you know 6
> > handed games are not knew, but know nothing about the six handed games
> > that still go in casino's."

The History Channel reported something knew: The night before shooting
Lincoln, Booth lost thousands in various casino's.

> >
> Maybe he's drunk? If not...wow.

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