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2022-01-23 3:54:32 AM  
Who?
 
2022-01-23 4:19:02 AM  
Well that's stupid.

I thought maybe Cary Elwes finally did something interesting.
 
2022-01-23 4:50:29 AM  
Guess he'll be needing more Stitches.
 
2022-01-23 4:54:03 AM  
Who the person was that coined the phrase "thirst trap", needs to be launched into the sun.
 
2022-01-23 5:04:28 AM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Who the person was that coined the phrase "thirst trap", needs to be launched into the sun.


That sounds like an awfully quick way to go for such a heinous crime.
 
2022-01-23 6:00:27 AM  
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Oblig.
 
2022-01-23 6:10:39 AM  
Is that what he looks like?  I thought he was black.

His music stinks, either way.
 
2022-01-23 6:52:49 AM  
"Thirst trap"

JFC the useless generation strikes again.
 
2022-01-23 8:46:51 AM  

MelGoesOnTour: Who?


Someone who has 4 more number one albums than you.
 
2022-01-23 8:53:38 AM  

12349876: MelGoesOnTour: Who?

Someone who has 4 more number one albums than you.


And that's important somehow?
 
2022-01-23 9:28:49 AM  

MelGoesOnTour: 12349876: MelGoesOnTour: Who?

Someone who has 4 more number one albums than you.

And that's important somehow?


Important to identify you as an OLD MAN
 
2022-01-23 9:49:15 AM  

12349876: MelGoesOnTour: 12349876: MelGoesOnTour: Who?

Someone who has 4 more number one albums than you.

And that's important somehow?

Important to identify you as an OLD MAN


And? Is that an insult?
 
2022-01-23 10:27:21 AM  
I've stumbled more dramatically than that just walking down a hallway.
 
2022-01-23 11:12:09 AM  

Bslim: "Thirst trap"

JFC the useless generation strikes again.


Hey, you just "clapped back"!
 
2022-01-23 11:13:26 AM  
I heard that he "hiked the dirt path". Now we know.
 
2022-01-23 11:48:10 AM  
Wow she looks alot different than she did on Boston Legal.

Then again, so did Spader.
 
2022-01-23 12:33:10 PM  
Haha, wrong thread. Oops
 
2022-01-23 12:46:17 PM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Who the person was that coined the phrase "thirst trap", needs to be launched into the sun.


What do you mean? It's so appropriate.
 
2022-01-23 12:59:44 PM  

Leader O'Cola: Haha, wrong thread. Oops


Oh, i don't know.
 
2022-01-23 1:30:04 PM  

UtopianDevil: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Who the person was that coined the phrase "thirst trap", needs to be launched into the sun.

That sounds like an awfully quick way to go for such a heinous crime.


The easiest, most efficient way to send a spacecraft into the Sun is to go out to Jupiter and do a "reverse slingshot" (to slow down), and fall back into the Sun.  It should take 4 years of death row.  There might be a slower and more efficient method with a Venus flyby (and then to Jupiter), but that requires a lot of work to check.

The direct route takes more energy than launching out the solar system and should be avoided.
 
2022-01-23 1:47:26 PM  

MelGoesOnTour: 12349876: MelGoesOnTour: 12349876: MelGoesOnTour: Who?

Someone who has 4 more number one albums than you.

And that's important somehow?

Important to identify you as an OLD MAN

And? Is that an insult?


I would think not.

Jimi Hendrix was a far better guitar player than I will ever be, but he was too stupid to survive past 27 years.   I'm pushing 3 decades more than that.   Rather be an OLD MAN than dead.
 
2022-01-23 1:50:06 PM  

yet_another_wumpus: UtopianDevil: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Who the person was that coined the phrase "thirst trap", needs to be launched into the sun.

That sounds like an awfully quick way to go for such a heinous crime.

The easiest, most efficient way to send a spacecraft into the Sun is to go out to Jupiter and do a "reverse slingshot" (to slow down), and fall back into the Sun.  It should take 4 years of death row.  There might be a slower and more efficient method with a Venus flyby (and then to Jupiter), but that requires a lot of work to check.

The direct route takes more energy than launching out the solar system and should be avoided.



Your description of how to fall into a gravity well is a bit baffling.
 
2022-01-23 3:47:25 PM  

Leader O'Cola: yet_another_wumpus: UtopianDevil: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Who the person was that coined the phrase "thirst trap", needs to be launched into the sun.

That sounds like an awfully quick way to go for such a heinous crime.

The easiest, most efficient way to send a spacecraft into the Sun is to go out to Jupiter and do a "reverse slingshot" (to slow down), and fall back into the Sun.  It should take 4 years of death row.  There might be a slower and more efficient method with a Venus flyby (and then to Jupiter), but that requires a lot of work to check.

The direct route takes more energy than launching out the solar system and should be avoided.


Your description of how to fall into a gravity well is a bit baffling.


It's not as simple as you think, that's all. Solar orbit is almost by definition the worst place to start to get there, because in orbit you expend no energy to stay away from the sun forever. You could fly towards the sun, yeah, but consider how much faster you'd have to fly to be in closer orbit. You're probably imagining it like pushing off from the space station and landing in the ocean, but that works because there's atmosphere.
 
2022-01-23 5:04:42 PM  

covfefe: Leader O'Cola: yet_another_wumpus: UtopianDevil: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Who the person was that coined the phrase "thirst trap", needs to be launched into the sun.

That sounds like an awfully quick way to go for such a heinous crime.

The easiest, most efficient way to send a spacecraft into the Sun is to go out to Jupiter and do a "reverse slingshot" (to slow down), and fall back into the Sun.  It should take 4 years of death row.  There might be a slower and more efficient method with a Venus flyby (and then to Jupiter), but that requires a lot of work to check.

The direct route takes more energy than launching out the solar system and should be avoided.


Your description of how to fall into a gravity well is a bit baffling.

It's not as simple as you think, that's all. Solar orbit is almost by definition the worst place to start to get there, because in orbit you expend no energy to stay away from the sun forever. You could fly towards the sun, yeah, but consider how much faster you'd have to fly to be in closer orbit. You're probably imagining it like pushing off from the space station and landing in the ocean, but that works because there's atmosphere.


What force is pushing the orbiting junk away from the Sun? Wouldn't it just spiral inward in a decaying orbit? Are you saying that the curvature of spacetime around the sun means any path toward it (from our perspective) gets warped away from the sun intead of toward the Sun?
 
2022-01-23 5:18:04 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: covfefe: Leader O'Cola: yet_another_wumpus: UtopianDevil: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Who the person was that coined the phrase "thirst trap", needs to be launched into the sun.

That sounds like an awfully quick way to go for such a heinous crime.

The easiest, most efficient way to send a spacecraft into the Sun is to go out to Jupiter and do a "reverse slingshot" (to slow down), and fall back into the Sun.  It should take 4 years of death row.  There might be a slower and more efficient method with a Venus flyby (and then to Jupiter), but that requires a lot of work to check.

The direct route takes more energy than launching out the solar system and should be avoided.


Your description of how to fall into a gravity well is a bit baffling.

It's not as simple as you think, that's all. Solar orbit is almost by definition the worst place to start to get there, because in orbit you expend no energy to stay away from the sun forever. You could fly towards the sun, yeah, but consider how much faster you'd have to fly to be in closer orbit. You're probably imagining it like pushing off from the space station and landing in the ocean, but that works because there's atmosphere.

What force is pushing the orbiting junk away from the Sun? Wouldn't it just spiral inward in a decaying orbit? Are you saying that the curvature of spacetime around the sun means any path toward it (from our perspective) gets warped away from the sun intead of toward the Sun?


It wouldn't be a decaying orbit. There is not an atmosphere between here and there.
 
2022-01-23 5:32:01 PM  

dittybopper: MelGoesOnTour: 12349876: MelGoesOnTour: 12349876: MelGoesOnTour: Who?

Someone who has 4 more number one albums than you.

And that's important somehow?

Important to identify you as an OLD MAN

And? Is that an insult?

I would think not.

Jimi Hendrix was a far better guitar player than I will ever be, but he was too stupid to survive past 27 years.   I'm pushing 3 decades more than that.   Rather be an OLD MAN than dead.


This seems to be a concept that the "I do not want to get 'old' contigent" does not seem to comprehend.

/also, nice to see you again, Ditty!
 
2022-01-23 10:32:42 PM  
INCONCEIVABLE!
/HotY worthy
 
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