User Profile: Boardopopie

Boardopopie

Member Since: August 31, 2010

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  • October 13, 2013 at 2:32am

    In some English you might understand you poofter. P I. S. S. O. F. F. You wanker! No one wAnts or needs you piers do everyone the only thing you’ve ever done decent in your life and go away

  • February 3, 2013 at 12:36am

    May he and everyone that he ever touched find peace. I was hoping to meet him some day especially with my daughter in tow. ” There goes a real American hero”, “though he was scared he did his duty”. “That is true courage.” God bless you and you family, Chris Kyle.

  • February 3, 2013 at 12:31am

    Mr. and Mrs. Bush,

    I am sorry for your loss. Remember the fun time and going to ground. Terriers are a part of the family.

  • February 3, 2013 at 12:28am

    Dogs are dogs and until they are fixed will hump everything the moves. Looks like a great dog. Needs training. Looks like my dog “Spanky” I had as a kid. That was until the neighbors poisoned him with gunpowder, broke my heart to put him down. I was 4. Great dog. Still miss that dog till this day.

  • January 11, 2013 at 11:18am

    .17 HMR smaller and faster than the 5.56. These have “assaulted” lots of prairie and groundhogs.

  • January 9, 2013 at 7:08pm

    The Smithsonian had a life size replica of Thomas Jefferson made. Only 3 pieces. Printed out of PC/ABS and then plated bronze.

  • January 9, 2013 at 6:56pm

    First, Glenn… why did you buy that Piece Of C makerbot rip-off. If you want a real 3D printer get a Stratasys or Objet printer. These print in ABS, PC, PPSF and PEI (Stratasys) or photopolymers (Objet). Meaning you can build a real part, not just a lil’ trinket like the shark. These printers have been used by NASCAR, Boeing, etc. to make real parts that can get used and abused. Joe Gibbs Racing uses a Stratasys printer to make custom brake ducts for the cars that can’t be fabricated any other way. Orthopedists can use it to make exact replicas of your skull, a replacement part, and the fixtures/jigs to work on you before they have to open you up. What you can make with them is only limited by the imagination and temporarily by material selection.

    The makerbot technology is using tech from Scott Crump that’s over 25 years old. @symphonic the tech your talking about is SLA or stereolithography and it’s 30 years old and @salamander that idea is being worked on, proteins and collagen are simply polymers as well. This technology is revolutionary in the fact that you can go from idea to product in a matter of hours not weeks or months. You can do mass customization. It will only be a matter of time and material science that allows someone to be able to print and fire reliably a weapon.

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  • November 8, 2012 at 2:30am

    I am disappointed tonight. I hoped that we would do better as a nation. I wanted us to do better for my wife and child.

    I am not a religious man. I claim no faith. My thoughts are analytical versus the spiritual. It is hard for me to understand the spirit, though I try. I believe that before God can point us to a miracle that he must try us first. Job, Abraham, Moses… a trial before blessing. He teaches us that we must prepare, to think, to plan.

    I will not give up. I will prepare. I will plan. I will teach my child to be truthful and honest in all things. I will teach her how to prepare, to plan, to think, and to recognize a miracle when we are ready.

  • April 26, 2012 at 5:24pm

    The only right answer for this is Coq a vin. Also if you kiss a chicken expect to get salmonella.

  • April 23, 2012 at 5:45pm

    Actually the banana peels is not far off. The micro-fibrils in banana peels can be used for reinforcement of plastics, similar to fiberglass or wood pulp. The fibrils are extracted by a steam explosion process and then treated with caustic to allow the fiber to be compatible with the polymer matrix. Also by the way a majority of engineering resins are produced in the US. The second is Germany.

  • April 23, 2012 at 11:41am

    The shortage is due to a company called Evonik in Germany had a major catastrophic event at their plant. Three people were killed. This company made the precursor monomer for the production of PA-12 (Polyamide) or Nylon 12. Evonik was one of the major sources for the entire worlds supply. Other companies are stepping up to fill the gap or come up with replacements. Also if we didn’t use these plastics the entire fuel system would rust out. This would be due to the high ethanol content of our fuel, which actually is the EPA’s fault. PA12 is also produced by Arkema, BASF, EMS-Grivory.

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  • February 23, 2012 at 1:35pm

    Or Yertle the Turtle.

  • February 23, 2012 at 1:34pm

    Because Thidwick dealt with his occupiers appropriately.

  • February 23, 2012 at 1:31pm

    The Lorax movie will be right on target with the assumption of indoctrination of leftist causes and rude/crude humor. I have the book and read it to my daughter many times. I teach her the difference between conservation and environmentalism. We also went as a family to see Arrietty simply because Studio Ghibli makes great movies that tell a great story beautifully. The message that I saw from the movie is that one person no matter how small can make a difference. I find this consistent through many Miyazaki movies. I also find that the movies that are for kids (Totoro, Kiki’s, etc.) are really for kids and I don’t have to worry about being sucker punched while letting her watch them. Other Miyazki movies are not for kids (Tales from Earthsea, Pom Poko, Princess Mononoke). Teach your kids to KNOW right from wrong don’t let a movie do it for you.

  • January 24, 2012 at 5:24pm

    @Susan ?

    Those are contrails, not chemtrails (sic). It’s what happens when you take air, compress, and then expand it at a rapid rate. This is water vapor. Same thing as those big puffy things called clouds.

  • January 4, 2012 at 7:58am

    @smokey_bojangles What does your comment even mean? I read your other posts, run along little troll.

  • January 3, 2012 at 5:54pm

    It looks like a Ju-87. Sometimes what you needs is really close air support. It fills the role.

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  • December 30, 2011 at 4:22pm

    Yeager Airport, Charleston, WV tree top with ANG in a C130

  • December 21, 2011 at 3:59pm

    Fastest way to get disowned in my family.

  • December 12, 2011 at 1:11pm

    I think I like this tradition. We were always told as kids that if you were naughty Santa would bring you just a lump of coal for your stocking. I see this as a way to get the lil’ buggers to mind. Sometimes fear is a good motivator.