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KrismusSikpunz

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The lightest material ever manufactured

Only the Chinese come up with the best innovations.

They'll be making G'xer frames with it next year.





Kamflabby, get your super-glue ready :lol: muppet.

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Kamchat

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Kamchat says:

Wrong again...

..The British invented 'Angel Delight' back in the 60's..:winkie:

..so 'put that in your pipe and smoke it', twatwaffle.

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KrismusSikpunz

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Hey kamflabby, is this you up there?

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Kamchat

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Kamchat says:

KS

Hey kamflabby, is this you up there?

 

I might be able to tell you ..if only you were capable of posting a picture ....

You even fail at being a 'dickhead'.:tongue:..stick to scribbling cocks in crayon on your ma's wallpaper.

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obewan

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obewan says:

Kam

In this instance you're wrong old bean

The Chinese do come up with the best inventions

The Computer

The Internet

The Digital watch

are just three examples of great Chinese inventions, or would have been had a Brit not thought of it first.


OK, OK I am ignoring the first programable machine that was invented in about 1801 (I think) the Jacquard (sorry about spelling) loom, but he was French so doesn't count, they needed to produce so much white fabric for surrender flags it was bound to lead to automation.

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obewan

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obewan says:

Mrs Obe

Has been complaining that i keep producing the sharpest material ever made.

It apsses through material without cutting the fibres and leaves a nasty wiff - well she says nasty but I don't think so. Often go into large scale production over the weekend particularly after a Friday night session

 

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Kamchat

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Kamchat says:

obewan

Yeah... but the British invented 'inventing',.:winkie:

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

Turing

I though turing invented the computer?


I have to say that i think the best designs in the world never  see the light of day...

Some of this shit coming out of china is obselete in a few months or have a very short lifespan..

simply to shift more units...

I like jap stuff although i know hardly anything is built there these days..

But some jap designs leave me wondering what the hell drugs the japanese engineers were on in the 80s!

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

abacus

i guess its the earliest form of computer?

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obewan

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obewan says:

Jawa

I do believe the inventor of the computer is hotly contested between

Jacquard - as his loom was programable using cards so has a direct link, and card were used well into the 60's/70's for things like payroll.

Turing - his work at Bletchley

The Post Office Labs - two chaps there were working on a machine already that became Colossus and was used at Bletchley. But their work was quite well advanced and the post office allegedly suggested the machine as way to speed up the code breaking.

Thinking on MONEY is the lightest thing ever invented. I keep going into my wallet, usually on a Saturday, to find out a lot of it has been blown away on the sharpest material I produce on a Friday night.

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obewan

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obewan says:

abacus - NO

is not programmable

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