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by Finis
Yesterday, 19:37
Forum: Off Topic..
Topic: The U3DA Kitchen
Replies: 56
Views: 16520

Re: The U3DA Kitchen

Texas pronunciation pi-kahn. Pi as in pick.

Bitkar: I'll trade you a pie for a hot Czech babe. Rayman: Paaarteee!
by Finis
Yesterday, 19:29
Forum: Off Topic..
Topic: 3D Artists Reporting Back
Replies: 810
Views: 150579

Re: 3D Artists Reporting Back

Events last night. Around 11pm a guy was persistently shouting in anger and frustration, slamming a car door and honking the horn. Other side of street. One house north. Several shadowy figures ran/jogged away from the car. His tantrum continued. Then a car with the headlights off stopped and flashl...
by Finis
22 Jan 2021, 04:27
Forum: Off Topic..
Topic: 3D Artists Reporting Back
Replies: 810
Views: 150579

Re: 3D Artists Reporting Back

How many snowmobiles are on the bottom of that lake? That guy didn't have spikes on a cord like you described once. I drove for some hang/paraglider pilots recently. Learned glider lingo "throw your laundry" means deploy your parachute. It is time to pay the business license fee but city hall is clo...
by Finis
22 Jan 2021, 02:19
Forum: Off Topic..
Topic: The U3DA Kitchen
Replies: 56
Views: 16520

Re: The U3DA Kitchen

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Pecan pie. Recipe here
by Finis
12 Jan 2021, 18:50
Forum: MikomDude's Work
Topic: Hyperventila Ships & Stations & More
Replies: 70
Views: 6763

Re: Hyperventila Ships & Stations & More

Please tell about how you make the clothes.
by Finis
07 Jan 2021, 19:38
Forum: Off Topic..
Topic: 3D Artists Reporting Back
Replies: 810
Views: 150579

Re: 3D Artists Reporting Back

My fortune in bitcoin has more than quintupled. Some months ago I signed up at Coinbase, got $20 worth, and intended to buy low and sell high on the short term ups and downs. Ride the waves not the tide. I expected to end up with zero, say "well that was interesting", and quit that. Now prices are r...
by Finis
03 Jan 2021, 18:58
Forum: Work in Progress
Topic: Finis' Experiments and Scribbles
Replies: 230
Views: 68739

Re: Finis' Experiments and Scribbles

Mystery animal revealed. I encountered one on this hike. Then a guessing game about what animal it is until I got photos of them. Since I'm having no luck finding them again and the guessing game is no longer amusing here is their identity.
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by Finis
01 Jan 2021, 19:36
Forum: Finished ArtWork
Topic: Newton's Corner
Replies: 5
Views: 231

Re: Newton's Corner

I think its totally possible, if the balls are glued to the bottom and they are somewhat bouncy :) Ha ha, that is how the previous one was done. Two active physics balls bounced off of two passive physics balls. Updated video in earlier post. Now it has alternating bounces. After much crashing and ...