The Half Elf wrote on Aug 10, 2020, 21:56:PhysicalEd wrote on Aug 10, 2020, 18:12:
Glad to hear you've discovered the genius of Charlie Chaplin! I'm sure you'll enjoy this deleted scene from City Lights - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2SGpXJmd1w
And while we're here, have you met Buster Keaton? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9QPfiLuQ9c
I'd like to think I know quite a bit about comedy, but like most I have never seen full clips of Charlie Chaplin and the City Lights clip was brilliant. Thank you for expanding my knowledge base
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Admiral Benson : [while standing on top of the aircraft carrier, his cap blew off and landed in the ocean] Holy Cow! My cap blew off! Swing her round. We'll pick it up.
Officer : But, sir, we're on the mission.
Admiral Benson : Good thinking. We'll pick it up on the way back. We gotta mark the spot, though. Put Robinowitz in a life raft. Have him row in circles until we return.
Officer : It could be days.
Admiral Benson : Then put some food in the life raft, for god's sake, man. Do I have to think of everything? We'll tape his favorite shows, he won't miss anything.
Blue wrote on May 27, 2020, 15:18:PhysicalEd wrote on May 27, 2020, 13:45:
I bought a fuel gauge for my grill, it goes in between the tank and the connector from the grill. It seems pretty accurate.
This came up before and the conclusion seemed to be that the portion of the liquid propane that turns to gas maintains roughly the same pressure almost all the way down, so the gauge doesn't really provide ample warning against running out. Has your experience been different?
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Mar 3, 2020, 12:33:
Fundraiser for medical bills, welcome to the USA.
But let's worry about 'Socialism,' instead of having health care for our citizens!
This country is so fucked I am not sure it can feasibly recover.