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Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-22-2019, 08:49 PM #1
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
Isn't Tesla run by the same guy who plans to put 12,000 satellites into the air to talk to your phone and your car?

There ain't nothing like having a purple-haired, potentially triggered programmer taking the wheel of your car.

As you're driving down the road or stopped at a light, look at the driver next to you. Would you want them controlling your steering wheel and gas pedal? Me neither. But some latte sippin' skinny jean wearin' guy with a $50,000 student loan bearing down on him would be okay?



04-22-2019, 10:44 PM #2
RiskyRob Master Blaster
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(1 hour ago)Below Average Genius Wrote:  Isn't Tesla run by the same guy who plans to put 12,000 satellites into the air to talk to your phone and your car?

There ain't nothing like having a purple-haired, potentially triggered programmer taking the wheel of your car.

As you're driving down the road or stopped at a light, look at the driver next to you. Would you want them controlling your steering wheel and gas pedal? Me neither. But some latte sippin' skinny jean wearin' guy with a $50,000 student loan bearing down on him would be okay?




If you ever got your car back from the kook, it would be fitted with 78 rpm turntables!
Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
04-23-2019, 03:12 AM #3
Anonymous Kritter Incognito Anonymous
 
(6 hours ago)Below Average Genius Wrote:  Isn't Tesla run by the same guy who plans to put 12,000 satellites into the air to talk to your phone and your car?

There ain't nothing like having a purple-haired, potentially triggered programmer taking the wheel of your car.

As you're driving down the road or stopped at a light, look at the driver next to you. Would you want them controlling your steering wheel and gas pedal? Me neither. But some latte sippin' skinny jean wearin' guy with a $50,000 student loan bearing down on him would be okay?




electric cars give me electric shocks
i had to sell my Tesla because it was giving me radiation inside the car like agitation and palpitation and depression
when i push the break pedal i get a tingle up my leg all the way up the crotch.
many people do not realise the harm of electric cars
China is going to have 80% electric cars
let chinese be like guinei pigs and see the side effect on them before we go all electric
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-23-2019, 04:51 AM #4
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
(6 hours ago)RiskyRob Wrote:  
(8 hours ago)Below Average Genius Wrote:  Isn't Tesla run by the same guy who plans to put 12,000 satellites into the air to talk to your phone and your car?

There ain't nothing like having a purple-haired, potentially triggered programmer taking the wheel of your car.

As you're driving down the road or stopped at a light, look at the driver next to you. Would you want them controlling your steering wheel and gas pedal? Me neither. But some latte sippin' skinny jean wearin' guy with a $50,000 student loan bearing down on him would be okay?




If you ever got your car back from the kook, it would be fitted with 78 rpm turntables!

I jus' wanna hug you right now! Do you know why? "Cuz I just set up a second turntable. The first one has a total of 5 Whirling Bliss machines and an orgone pyramid riding atop the center. The most recent addition has seven Machines on the outside and one in the middle plus a Golden Fire Activator 3.0. The Activator is about 4-5 inches high, and made of copper, and looks like a Gold Crown. The new Victrola looks like it is rotating faster than the first one. (Maybe the outside ring of Bliss Machines is wider.)

The two units have only been configured and running like that for a few minutes now, but I feel so good that it's like you could almost borrow money from me with no credit check. lol It really is remarkable because two days ago, it felt like the telecom companies were testing their 5G that they've been installing for the last six months. I felt like crap - no energy and cold shins.

Back in the late sixties we thought the secret to life was a non ending stash of hash hish and some blacklight posters. Little did we know that the real secret to life is a Victrola in perpetual motion!

This experience with just two makes me want to get a van so bad with six or eight Victrolas rigged up. I'd roll on down the road in front of your house, and you'd start to feel so good, you'd come running out the door and offer me whatever price I asked just so you could take a spin around the block!

As we rolled down the road, sexy women like Octo (well maybe not that sexy) would come rushing out their doors as if we were the ice cream man! That's when you'd give me a 50% tip. Then you'd apologize and say you'd tip me 100% but since you got ED the whole experience is bittersweet. And I'd say, "Pay for another trip around the block, and you'll be healed of your affliction!"

fkyeah.gif
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-23-2019, 05:35 AM #5
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
(2 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(8 hours ago)Below Average Genius Wrote:  Isn't Tesla run by the same guy who plans to put 12,000 satellites into the air to talk to your phone and your car?

There ain't nothing like having a purple-haired, potentially triggered programmer taking the wheel of your car.

As you're driving down the road or stopped at a light, look at the driver next to you. Would you want them controlling your steering wheel and gas pedal? Me neither. But some latte sippin' skinny jean wearin' guy with a $50,000 student loan bearing down on him would be okay?




electric cars give me electric shocks
i had to sell my Tesla because it was giving me radiation inside the car like agitation and palpitation and depression
when i push the break pedal i get a tingle up my leg all the way up the crotch.
many people do not realise the harm of electric cars
China is going to have 80% electric cars
let chinese be like guinei pigs and see the side effect on them before we go all electric

Holy Crap! It's good you noticed. if it had been less intense it might have messed you up for a lot longer time.

Someone game me a laptop to use one time because my computer wasn't working, He mailed it to me. By the time it arrived, my computer was working better but noit perfectly. So both were running at the same time. In under 30 minutes a feeling came over me unlike anything I'd ever experienced before. The best I can describe is that it felt like a metallic poisoning. It was just very strange.

It took me about 15 minutes to realize what might be going on. Shortly after turning off the laptop, I felt better once again.
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04-23-2019, 02:34 PM #6
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(8 hours ago)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(11 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 08:49 PM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  Isn't Tesla run by the same guy who plans to put 12,000 satellites into the air to talk to your phone and your car?

There ain't nothing like having a purple-haired, potentially triggered programmer taking the wheel of your car.

As you're driving down the road or stopped at a light, look at the driver next to you. Would you want them controlling your steering wheel and gas pedal? Me neither. But some latte sippin' skinny jean wearin' guy with a $50,000 student loan bearing down on him would be okay?




electric cars give me electric shocks
i had to sell my Tesla because it was giving me radiation inside the car like agitation and palpitation and depression
when i push the break pedal i get a tingle up my leg all the way up the crotch.
many people do not realise the harm of electric cars
China is going to have 80% electric cars
let chinese be like guinei pigs and see the side effect on them before we go all electric

Holy Crap! It's good you noticed. if it had been less intense it might have messed you up for a lot longer time.

Someone game me a laptop to use one time because my computer wasn't working, He mailed it to me. By the time it arrived, my computer was working better but noit perfectly. So both were running at the same time. In under 30 minutes a feeling came over me unlike anything I'd ever experienced before. The best I can describe is that it felt like a metallic poisoning. It was just very strange.

It took me about 15 minutes to realize what might be going on. Shortly after turning off the laptop, I felt better once again.

electric cars are the biggest con ever
people buy them because they feel guilty about the environment
but what about the electricity??
how much coal needs to be burned in China to generate the electricity needed to charge the car battery?
also in a few years of use people will need to replace the battery pack and that can cost up to $8,000
people already are dumping cars when the battery approached the used by date and second hand car buyers i don't think they realise what they will be up to shortly after they buy these cars
04-23-2019, 02:51 PM #7
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
Posts:15,295 Threads:457 Joined:Jun 2012
(11 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 07:49 PM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  Isn't Tesla run by the same guy who plans to put 12,000 satellites into the air to talk to your phone and your car?

There ain't nothing like having a purple-haired, potentially triggered programmer taking the wheel of your car.

As you're driving down the road or stopped at a light, look at the driver next to you. Would you want them controlling your steering wheel and gas pedal? Me neither. But some latte sippin' skinny jean wearin' guy with a $50,000 student loan bearing down on him would be okay?




electric cars give me electric shocks
i had to sell my Tesla because it was giving me radiation inside the car like agitation and palpitation and depression
when i push the break pedal i get a tingle up my leg all the way up the crotch.
many people do not realise the harm of electric cars
China is going to have 80% electric cars
let chinese be like guinei pigs and see the side effect on them before we go all electric

I just read that a Tesla car if in an accident may cause electrocution! wtf2.gif Why can't we move forward in the right way?
04-23-2019, 02:54 PM #8
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
Posts:15,295 Threads:457 Joined:Jun 2012
(11 hours ago)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 10:44 PM)RiskyRob Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 08:49 PM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  Isn't Tesla run by the same guy who plans to put 12,000 satellites into the air to talk to your phone and your car?

There ain't nothing like having a purple-haired, potentially triggered programmer taking the wheel of your car.

As you're driving down the road or stopped at a light, look at the driver next to you. Would you want them controlling your steering wheel and gas pedal? Me neither. But some latte sippin' skinny jean wearin' guy with a $50,000 student loan bearing down on him would be okay?




If you ever got your car back from the kook, it would be fitted with 78 rpm turntables!

I jus' wanna hug you right now! Do you know why? "Cuz I just set up a second turntable. The first one has a total of 5 Whirling Bliss machines and an orgone pyramid riding atop the center. The most recent addition has seven Machines on the outside and one in the middle plus a Golden Fire Activator 3.0. The Activator is about 4-5 inches high, and made of copper, and looks like a Gold Crown. The new Victrola looks like it is rotating faster than the first one. (Maybe the outside ring of Bliss Machines is wider.)

The two units have only been configured and running like that for a few minutes now, but I feel so good that it's like you could almost borrow money from me with no credit check. lol It really is remarkable because two days ago, it felt like the telecom companies were testing their 5G that they've been installing for the last six months. I felt like crap - no energy and cold shins.

Back in the late sixties we thought the secret to life was a non ending stash of hash hish and some blacklight posters. Little did we know that the real secret to life is a Victrola in perpetual motion!

This experience with just two makes me want to get a van so bad with six or eight Victrolas rigged up. I'd roll on down the road in front of your house, and you'd start to feel so good, you'd come running out the door and offer me whatever price I asked just so you could take a spin around the block!

As we rolled down the road, sexy women like Octo (well maybe not that sexy) would come rushing out their doors as if we were the ice cream man! That's when you'd give me a 50% tip. Then you'd apologize and say you'd tip me 100% but since you got ED the whole experience is bittersweet. And I'd say, "Pay for another trip around the block, and you'll be healed of your affliction!"

fkyeah.gif

Talking about perpetual motion, I was just watching an archaeological show where they were looking for remnants of WWI machine gun training camp in England. What was interesting is that the machine gun's recoil action was used to load the next round and the gunner did not have to do anything but hold on to the gun. Why can't that engineering be used for other machines including cars?
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-23-2019, 08:50 PM #9
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
(5 hours ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(Today, 04:51 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 10:44 PM)RiskyRob Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 08:49 PM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  Isn't Tesla run by the same guy who plans to put 12,000 satellites into the air to talk to your phone and your car?

There ain't nothing like having a purple-haired, potentially triggered programmer taking the wheel of your car.

As you're driving down the road or stopped at a light, look at the driver next to you. Would you want them controlling your steering wheel and gas pedal? Me neither. But some latte sippin' skinny jean wearin' guy with a $50,000 student loan bearing down on him would be okay?




If you ever got your car back from the kook, it would be fitted with 78 rpm turntables!

I jus' wanna hug you right now! Do you know why? "Cuz I just set up a second turntable. The first one has a total of 5 Whirling Bliss machines and an orgone pyramid riding atop the center. The most recent addition has seven Machines on the outside and one in the middle plus a Golden Fire Activator 3.0. The Activator is about 4-5 inches high, and made of copper, and looks like a Gold Crown. The new Victrola looks like it is rotating faster than the first one. (Maybe the outside ring of Bliss Machines is wider.)

The two units have only been configured and running like that for a few minutes now, but I feel so good that it's like you could almost borrow money from me with no credit check. lol It really is remarkable because two days ago, it felt like the telecom companies were testing their 5G that they've been installing for the last six months. I felt like crap - no energy and cold shins.

Back in the late sixties we thought the secret to life was a non ending stash of hash hish and some blacklight posters. Little did we know that the real secret to life is a Victrola in perpetual motion!

This experience with just two makes me want to get a van so bad with six or eight Victrolas rigged up. I'd roll on down the road in front of your house, and you'd start to feel so good, you'd come running out the door and offer me whatever price I asked just so you could take a spin around the block!

As we rolled down the road, sexy women like Octo (well maybe not that sexy) would come rushing out their doors as if we were the ice cream man! That's when you'd give me a 50% tip. Then you'd apologize and say you'd tip me 100% but since you got ED the whole experience is bittersweet. And I'd say, "Pay for another trip around the block, and you'll be healed of your affliction!"

fkyeah.gif

Talking about perpetual motion, I was just watching an archaeological show where they were looking for remnants of WWI machine gun training camp in England. What was interesting is that the machine gun's recoil action was used to load the next round and the gunner did not have to do anything but hold on to the gun. Why can't that engineering be used for other machines including cars?

Excellent point!

IIRC the patent office will not patent any type of perpetual motion or antigravity machine. Their position is that it can't be done, so there's no sense in asking them to look at it. Apparently the patent office staff also believe in the slave story building the Egyptian pyramids.
04-24-2019, 07:11 PM #10
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:41,346 Threads:1,581 Joined:Feb 2011
I have yet to spot a Tesla around here, but I'm thinking self driving cars are coming soon and I'm reluctant to get a ride in one damned.gif
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-25-2019, 12:31 AM #11
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
(5 hours ago)Octo Wrote:  I have yet to spot a Tesla around here, but I'm thinking self driving cars are coming soon and I'm reluctant to get a ride in one  damned.gif

To improve killwithfire.gif  your odds, follow a fire truck around. lol killwithfire.gif
04-25-2019, 02:17 PM #12
Fatima Incognito Anonymous
 
(Yesterday, 07:11 PM)Octo Wrote:  I have yet to spot a Tesla around here, but I'm thinking self driving cars are coming soon and I'm reluctant to get a ride in one  damned.gif

you also live in a small village as well?
funny how smart scientists technology copy us from the ancient past to make modern again
in my village we have self driving carts for hundreds century
morning and evening we jump on the cart and donkey drive himself to farm and then come back in the evening with tomato and pumpkin in the side baskets and camel milk drum for bath



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