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  • #316336
     SimplyForgiven 
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    Hey i dont quite remember? buttt why Do i have a block ? or warning… whatever?

    #316374
     mikeboll64 
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    You don't.

    #316386
     t8 
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    Yeah I removed it. I just had my favourite coffee and was feeling good.

    #316394
     SimplyForgiven 
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    Oh wow ok, it seems that I don't. Thank you.

    #316409
     Ed J 
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    Quote (t8 @ Oct. 17 2012,07:43)
    Yeah I removed it. I just had my favourite coffee and was feeling good.


    Hi T8,

    Gene has been speaking respectful to fellow members
    for a while now, will he ever see his 'tiles' removed over time?

    God bless
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    http://www.holycitybiblecode.org

    #316465
     t8 
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    Okay if that is the case and I happen to drink a large trim Moccha stirred anticlockwise, then I might just delete a square. Any objections to that?

    #316466
     seekingtruth 
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    None from me, my opinion is they should timeout once behavior is modified.

    My opinion – wm

    #316467
     Lightenup 
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    I have no objections to that.

    #316473
     t8 
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    Would be good if they timed out automatically.
    But I can't keep track of who has what so I guess the best thing is for the member to ask for it to be removed and it will if they have a good track record thereafter.

    #316481
     Ed J 
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    Quote (t8 @ Oct. 17 2012,19:13)
    Okay if that is the case and I happen to drink a large trim Moccha stirred anticlockwise, then I might just delete a square. Any objections to that?


    Ha ha ha ha :)

    #316565
     mikeboll64 
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    Quote (t8 @ Oct. 17 2012,02:13)
    stirred anticlockwise


    :D :laugh: :D

    We call it “counterclockwise” in America. At least I do. But it was a funny comment nonetheless.

    #316572
     Stu 
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    Quote (mikeboll64 @ Oct. 18 2012,17:01)

    Quote (t8 @ Oct. 17 2012,02:13)
    stirred anticlockwise


    :D  :laugh:  :D

    We call it “counterclockwise” in America.  At least I do.  But it was a funny comment nonetheless.


    It's a different direction in the Southern Hemisphere.

    That's why we have a different name for it.

    Stuart

    #316592
     Lightenup 
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    So, in the Southern Hemisphere you have clockwise and anticlockwise but “anticlockwise” is not the equivalent to “counterclockwise?” ???

    Just for fun, Stu, tell me what direction the toilet water swirls as it is flushed down the toilet drain in NZ. It is clockwise at my house.

    #316601
     t8 
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    Actually I saw an impressive demonstration when I was exactly on the equator in Ecuador a number of years ago.

    Water went down the plug with no direction. When the sink was moved a mere 2 feet north it started to swirl. When it was moved south 2 feet it swirled the other way.

    Amazing to see. And we know that some animals use this force for navigation and likely why they are able to sense earthquakes before they happen.

    #316602
     t8 
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    Quote (Lightenup @ Oct. 19 2012,02:05)
    So, in the Southern Hemisphere you have clockwise and anticlockwise but “anticlockwise” is not the equivalent to “counterclockwise?”  ???

    Just for fun, Stu, tell me what direction the toilet water swirls as it is flushed down the toilet drain in NZ. It is clockwise at my house.


    LU, I think it should be anticlockwise if you are from the Northern Hemisphere.

    I googled it and read that hurricanes and tornadoes almost always spin anti-clockwise in the Northern hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern hemisphere. Can't verify that though.

    But also, the direction of spin for water going down a drain can change depending on the sink and how you pulled the plug out, apparently.

    #316604
     t8 
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    Quote (mikeboll64 @ Oct. 18 2012,20:01)

    Quote (t8 @ Oct. 17 2012,02:13)
    stirred anticlockwise


    :D  :laugh:  :D

    We call it “counterclockwise” in America.  At least I do.  But it was a funny comment nonetheless.


    Yeah, actually I have asked different baristas for a large trim moccha, oh and can your stir that anticlockwise. I get some funny responses. One lady said in a serious tone, “oh I stir it that way anyway”. The poor guy up the road gets my order with additions like 82 degrees and fill it up 2 inches above the top of the cup. He politely says no problem, anything else.

    #316605
     Lightenup 
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    t8,
    That is interesting about what happened right at the equator. I checked the swirl in the toilet just before I posted that and that toilet definitely swirled clockwise at my house.

    So, just now, I check two of the other four toilets in the house and all three that I checked are different. The second one is the most powerful and the water swished from side to side and then straight down without swirling at all. The third one swirled counter/anticlockwise.

    Therefore, I think you are right to say that it is more about other factors, i.e. the design of the vessel and power of the flushing mechanism, etc.

    #316607
     Lightenup 
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    t8,
    I hope you tip those baristas well. :laugh:

    What makes a mocha 'trim?' My guess is that 'trim' would be like me ordering my coffee 'black,' i.e. without cream or sugar. What exactly does 'mocha' mean to you? Is that coffee with a chocolate flavor in it?

    #316609
     t8 
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    Yeah coffee with chocolate, and milk that is not full cream. I don't like added sugar in my coffee.

    On the equator thing. I googled it and some say that the Coriolis force is too weak to determine if the water will flow in a certain direction and it is mainly to do with which way the water is forced to begin with.

    However, the experiment (and hopefully not some devious trick) that I saw was in a basin where the water wasn't moving like a toilet.

    Secondly, I was able to balance an egg on the point of an upside down nail sticking out of a piece of wood. I couldn't imagine trying the same thing in New Zealand. Although I have never tried it here. It was also very high in Ecuador, definitely over 3000 metres maybe much more, I can't remember exactly. Not sure if altitude helps these to experiments to work.

    #316613
     Lightenup 
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    Ok, next question is an upside down nail when the sharp point is pointing up or the head…just kidding, I really don't need an answer. :D

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