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The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

Old 02-27-22, 08:44 PM
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

Just an old sweet song
Keeps Yo Mama on my mind
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Old 02-27-22, 09:13 PM
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

Originally Posted by Mrs. Danger View Post
Just an old sweet song
Keeps Yo Mama on my mind

The Dangers bringing the heat!
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

Yo mama on my shoulders makes me happy
Yo mama in my eyes can make me cry
Yo mama on the water looks so lovely
Yo mama almost always makes me high.

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Originally Posted by Cellar Door View Post
Yo mama on my shoulders makes me happy
Yo mama in my eyes can make me cry
Yo mama on the water looks so lovely
Yo mama almost always makes me high.
damn! Brilliant!
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

Oh no, they say, she's got to go
Go go, Yo Mama, yeah
Oh no, there goes Tokyo
Go go, Yo Mama, yeah

History shows again and again
How nature points out the folly of men
Yo Mama!
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

Yo mama make me feel
Yo mama make me feel

yo mama make me feel like a natural woman

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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

A bit of a cheat, for this one...

I can't see yo mama
But I can hardly wait
Ooh, to touch and to feel yo mama
Oh, I just can't keep away

In the heat and the steam of the city
Oh, it's got me running and I just can't brake
So say you'll help yo mama
Cause it's getting so hard
Oh!
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A bit of a cheat, for this one...

I can't see yo mama
But I can hardly wait
Ooh, to touch and to feel yo mama
Oh, I just can't keep away

In the heat and the steam of the city
Oh, it's got me running and I just can't brake
So say you'll help yo mama
Cause it's getting so hard
Oh!
If cheating it makes me like this, cheat away!
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

The niiiight they drove Yo Mama down





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Old 02-28-22, 04:31 PM
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

Originally Posted by Mrs. Danger View Post
The niiiight they drove Yo Mama down
Surprised this tune hasn't popped up in the Name the Same Song by two different Artists thread ...
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Planetary defense!

Whoops, Humans Made a Space Barrier Around Earth


The kicker? It’s actually saving us. — https://getpocket.com/explore/item/w..._medium=socialForget the Kármán line—there’s a human-made space barrier to wonder about, first observed by NASA in 2017. The mysterious zone of anthropogenic space weather is caused by specific kinds of radio waves that we’ve been blasting into the atmosphere for decades, but experts say the expanding band actually helps protect humankind from dangerous space radiation.

ScienceAlert reports that NASA first observed this belt in 2012. The agency sends probes to explore different parts of our solar system, including the Van Allen Belts: a huge, torus-shaped area of radiation that surrounds Earth. The donut shape follows the equator, leaving the North and South Poles free.

The Van Allen Belts are related to and affected by the magnetosphere induced by the nonstop bombardment of the sun’s radiation. They affect benign-seeming magnetic effects like the Northern Lights, as well as more destructive ones like magnetic storms.

People planning spaceflight through areas affected by the Van Allen Belts, for example, must develop radiation shielding to protect crew as well as equipment—and most spacecraft launch from as near to the equator as possible, right in the Van Allen zone.

So, what’s our new protective barrier? The same probes that launched in 2012 to help us understand the Belts better in the first place detected this phenomenon, and in 2017, the probes gave us the first evidence of the radio-wave barrier emanating from Earth. ScienceAlert explains:
“A certain type of transmission, called very low frequency (VLF) radio communications, have become far more common now than in the 60s, and the team at NASA confirmed that they can influence how and where certain particles in space move about.”Why is this? Well, the very low frequency (VLF) waves are exactly right to cancel out and repel the radiative advances of the Van Allen Belts as a matter of total coincidence. In fact, NASA initially considered this a true coincidence, saying that a radio wave area happened to match exactly with the edge of the Van Allen Belts. But in 2017, the agency published findings revealing that one has caused the other after all.

Typically, services like the military have dibs on very low frequencies. These were the first frequencies to be discovered and used for broadcasting, but successive discoveries pushed private and recreational users further up the spectrum. At the very lowest point is the simplest broadcast, things like Morse code, where only binary values need to be received. After that, VLF used by military equipment, for example, occupies a chunk of wavelengths.

From there, AM is still pretty low, and FM is farther up. Some “regular” bandwidths of civilian-type radio are off limits because they’re used for more traditional radio communications by people like pilots and ship captains for different purposes. Any physical communication like this must be negotiated—remember the government has objected to some 5G ideas because of the conflict with GPS satellite signals.

Isn’t it interesting that VLF blankets the Earth without interfering with literally any other radio signal, for example, or the many other kinds of waves that flow around us all the time, but makes it into space far enough to push away harmful radiation?

This means that, for example, space programs could develop VLF technology to punch holes for spacecraft to travel through. As always, truth is stranger than fiction.


TLDR: Our noisy radio waves repel space cooties.
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A few days late and a dollar short, but a couple of classics with Cancon:

American Pie of Yo Mama
Take yo mama off Fanny,
And you put yo mama right on me.


The Weight of Yo Mama
Drove yo mama to the levee,
but yo mama was dry.
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

"The Chevy was dry"?
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

Originally Posted by Norm de Plume View Post
A few days late and a dollar short, but a couple of classics with Cancon:

American Pie of Yo Mama
Take yo mama off Fanny,
And you put yo mama right on me.


The Weight of Yo Mama
Drove yo mama to the levee,
but yo mama was dry.
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"The Chevy was dry"?
never too late, Norm! 😂

Nick, I'll allow the replacement of multiple 'single' words if it make meh larf!

I do also appreciate that the titles are matched with the wrong lyrics.
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Re: The Bouillabaise Subterfuge Smorgasbord and Collected Mish-Mash Medley of Miscellany

Yo mama on the beach, there's nothing better
But I like yo mama when it's wrapped in a sweater
Some day soon I'll make you mine
Then I'll have yo mama all the time

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