bomerlo at yahoo.ca
Sat May 8 03:53:29 CDT 2010
Hi Barry These "legless frogs" as you called them are probably the same ones or at least siblings of the same group who gave their body for the advance of aeronautical sciences as it was presented to this post by Mr Bruce Garley on his now famous and I quote :" Apparently the 3rd derivative of position at Airbus is called French." First and instinctive reaction most of you will probably have would be something like:"Stop having fun of these poor little jerks aka frogs french people"! This post should not become racist as it is apparently a big sin in this world we live in.
The fact is, there is no racism at all in these postings. Let's remember that most of that started from the signal to noise ratio or the power of the message without the flaws and the blablas that we often see in most of Ray posts. If you resent a too feable d3x/dt3 or vice-versa ratio in what Ray wrote you should wait a while and try a second attempt or even a third at your lecture because I realized the importance of almost every words in his posts, often with concealed but present significations that become obvious and very interesting when discovered.
But I digress, let's come back to our legless frogs and d3x/dt3 third derivative of position at Airbus. Think of the apparently calm boiling water but very dangerous explosion into a sudden explosion with no warnings we all fear . Thanks to the now legless frog bodies we were able to determine the change in the pace of the accelerations like we have in coffee roasting going from 1st crack to 2nd crack and in Airbus airliner. The premise is that if a frog is placed in boiling water it will jump out but if it is placed in cold water that is slowly heated it will not perceive the danger and will be cooked to death. The third derivative of position or jerk will be zero according to the d3x/dt3 signal to noise equation ratio.
conclusion: Think of Ray as a Stentor roeseli, one of the biggest known unicellular organisms; you can read his posts a few times and still go on discovering funny veritam but like the Stentor trumpetus, it won't survive bottomless because it is how they catch their victims . Have a good day. Denis
De : Barry Luterman <lutermanb at gmail.com>
Objet : Re: [Homeroast] Bottomless
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Date: samedi 8 mai 2010 01 h 45
and legless frogs
On Fri, May 7, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Floyd Lozano <fplozano at gmail.com>
> There's a pile of them next to the pile of muffin bottoms and the
> orphaned legs of cutoff jeans.
> On Fri, May 7, 2010 at 11:55 PM, Tom & Maria - Sweet Maria's Coffee
> <sweetmarias at sweetmarias.com> wrote:
> > All I want to know is ... where are all those bottoms going? What can you
> > with a bottom once you have gone bottomless?
> > --
> > -Tom
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