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Topic: Ax and Single Bladed Prop
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nuny@bid.ness

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Re: Ax and Single Bladed Prop
Posted: Nov 27, 2012 5:31 PM
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On Nov 27, 1:59 pm, Kevin <barry196...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> It makes sense, I suppose, that 'skunk' would come from a company that
> makes Chinook... but I still don't quite understand how it assumes
> anything regarding Ax and Single Bladed Prop... An Ax swings in a
> seemingly random motion with respect to single bladed prop... but it
> can't quite be random if the 'swish' sound that an ax makes gives
> 'feedback' to the ax swinger so that the ax swinger responds to the
> feedback on the next swing. Axes make a sound when they are being
> swung... The single bladed prop doesn't. A Chinook just drills a hole
> in an effort to make it wider... Chinook sanctions 'gluons'? Well, I
> suppose that makes sense to me but I fail to see the connection
> between Chinook, and Ax and Single Bladed Prop. Ax and Single Bladed
> Prop are the 'conch shell as Sun referance'... too fucking bad for you
> if it is a threat to you.


Ax... pfft.

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/assignment-impossible/2012/11/15/the-science-of-swords-the-sound-of-approaching-doom/


Mark L. Fergerson



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