The "Anything Goes" thread

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  1. addiosamigo

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    Oh and try the devil horse?
     
  2. addiosamigo

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    Ghh
     
  3. robertlc

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    75degrees an 10% chance of rain right now.
     
  4. Amy0x

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    Not the devil horse.

    It's called swys and you get the first picture free... They are 59p after that :) great fun!
     
  5. robertlc

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    Hayley, your inbox is full.
     
  6. addiosamigo

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    I'm on the books one, but it's not working right, I think? Like the kite, that's kite runner yeah? I put that and it just beeps at me. The button, the curious case, apparently not?

    How do you play it? Lol
     
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    You have to write it correctly. So it would be - the kite runner :) it flashes orange if it's close and red if not a chance of it being that :)
     
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    I've been watching the Shuttle Endeavor and International Space Station space walk activity all morning on the NASA app. Stunning stuff. They have cameras mounted in their space suit helmets - truly riveting viewing.

    I am a child of the Mercury/Gemini/Apollo era; it was the US Space Program that convinced me, as a child, to study science and engineering. I'm very sad there's only one more Shuttle launch left.

    To land a man on the moon in 1969 using a lunar lander with a computer with 32K of memory and a Mission Control computer with just 128K. I visited the Johnson Space Centre in Houston last year and saw the original Apollo Mission Control room - very nostalgic....

    OK - back to my iPad with 64GB of memory....

    Tim
     
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    Yeah I did that, the kite runner, kite runner, kiterunner nothing works. And the curious case of Benjamin button etc not working! You done this one??
     
  10. robertlc

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    I've been to the Houston, Huntsville and Kenney space centers. And I saw firsthand the third Space Shuttle launch.

    I used to work at Stennis Space Center where they tested the Saturn V and Space Shuttle Main Engines. A SSME test is pretty cool to experience.
     

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