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    Entabulator explained

    I've read that the Obama administration wants one of these in every car. They aren't cheap, but with the rising price of gas it may be our only option:

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3ba_1296857530

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    Quote Originally Posted by dBrong View Post
    I've read that the Obama administration wants one of these in every car. They aren't cheap, but with the rising price of gas it may be our only option:





    Do not be fooled, dB. They are having severe problems with the decrambulation co-hydroscator and three people were killed when a ambulatory discombobulation co-formulator exploded. These are the things that the Obama administration do not want you to know which is why they have put a WTF embargo on any further disseminations by the developers.

    The price (on completion) has now risen to an anticipated $1.2 billion per unit although it is believed that Senators, Congressmen and the President will be given 'first option' at a discretionary, discounted price of $1.27.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    They are having severe problems with the decrambulation co-hydroscator and three people were killed when a ambulatory discombobulation co-formulator exploded. These are the things that the Obama administration do not want you to know which is why they have put a WTF embargo on any further disseminations by the developers.
    I was disappointed that he didn't have more to say about the Framis Valve unloading the centrigugal force in the demodulation phase. Of course they must have taken into account of the Dot Product in an N-Deminsional time-space continuim as it relates to the integral of 1/X.

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    I think they just assumed all the Framis Valve unloading was just assumed considering they were using logarithmic differentiation.

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    Yes, but the diffusion refractors on the manipulator arms need further development and may undermine the project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dBrong View Post
    I've read that the Obama administration wants one of these in every car. They aren't cheap, but with the rising price of gas it may be our only option:

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3ba_1296857530
    You know what?

    I'd bet if you had that guy testify in front of Congress, most of those assholes would buy into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamprat View Post
    Yes, but the diffusion refractors on the manipulator arms need further development and may undermine the project.
    dB, Dom & Swampy. I didn't mention the Framis Valve as, over here, we have had a 'D' Notice put on any further reporting by the media. (Suffice it to just mention, in passing, that the Framis Valve failure, which occured a couple of months ago, was due to the fragmentation, under extreme combulamation, of the associated Spring Actuated Pawl Hasp.) You may have read the 'spin tailored' reports, issued by the worlds press, of the so called 'volcanic eruption'.

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    Well I'm not a rocket scientist. I couldn't make a hill of beams out of that.

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    Well I'm not a rocket scientist. I couldn't make a hill of beams out of that.
    I think that was the point of the web tube clip. If you listen to the end you will hear some laughter.

    The guy did a great job of keeping a straight face through the clip.
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    They're still suppressing the 100 MPG gonkulator. That, and the Freem Modulator, would revolutionize transport as we know it. There's be no more worry of our cities being redesigned around the Kamen Segway.

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