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Old 10-08-2011, 07:49 AM   #127
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Einstein said that nothing could travel at faster than the speed of light E=MC2.

There has been a particle discovered that seems to do just that.

It use to be theorized that nothing could go faster than the speed of sound, thus the "sound barrier."

So, is Einstein about to go down as being WRONG?

I think we will eventually break the light barrier. My DW may have already done so as she moves pretty fast when she hears there is a sale at Target.
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Old 10-08-2011, 08:32 AM   #128
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This is beginning to give me a headache. My body retired in 2006 and my brain keeps telling me it deserves a rest also. Can I give it a break? For how long?
Till some banker decides he wants YOUR money, then it's all hands on deck, man battle the stations
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Old 10-08-2011, 08:36 AM   #129
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The difference is that the 1000 mechanics may agree that the car needs fixing, but do they agree on what caused it to break? As far as I know, there's no dispute that the world is warming. The argument is the reason for it.
It appears the argument is between big business and science. Science wins every time, as without it there would be no business
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Old 10-08-2011, 02:20 PM   #130
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And why do women say they colored their hair, when actually they bleached all the color out of it?

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Bleaching changes color. Besides, I suspect our friend Dunner is jealous that we all have hair.
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Bleaching changes color. Besides, I suspect our friend Dunner is jealous that we all have hair.
Followup hair question: Why does the DW call it a 'permanent', when evidence gleaned from my credit card statement clearly indicates it is quite temporary.
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Followup hair question: Why does the DW call it a 'permanent', when evidence gleaned from my credit card statement clearly indicates it is quite temporary.
Because getting one every week or two is far more permanent than having to set the hair in rollers every night.
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Because getting one every week or two is far more permanent than having to set the hair in rollers every night.
If you get a perm every 2 weeks you should be bald by now. Those chemicals screw up your hair, my mom always got them and after a while it wasn't pretty
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If you get a perm every 2 weeks you should be bald by now. Those chemicals screw up your hair, my mom always got them and after a while it wasn't pretty
Curious. My mama always went in every week for her perm and she always had beautiful hair. Being the cheap bi...broad I am, I don't bother with it.
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Curious. My mama always went in every week for her perm and she always had beautiful hair. Being the cheap bi...broad I am, I don't bother with it.
I think we are confusing terms, my mom went and had her hair done at the hairdressers weekly, but a perm is the use of harsh chemicals to induce a permanent wave or curl until it grows out, there is no need for weekly perms.
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I dont know Hondo, perhaps you havent met the women I have. They need it every day plus a lot more.
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Bleaching changes color. Besides, I suspect our friend Dunner is jealous that we all have hair.
Not at all. Nothing to comb. Much easier to maintain a bald head. The smarts I've gained from reading these post has pushed out the hair follicles.
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Till some banker decides he wants YOUR money, then it's all hands on deck, man battle the stations
They better hurry, the government hasn't left much for them to get.
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Not at all. Nothing to comb. Much easier to maintain a bald head. The smarts I've gained from reading these post has pushed out the hair follicles.
What sort of maintenance regimen is customary?
And are there any Beauty Products you particularly recommend?

I hear Redmax Pro is good, but a little on the "high-gloss" side...

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