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    Typically me. . I'll jump straight into something without thinking or going the normal routes. Well, let me at least fill in some gaps for everyone that have replied to my posts, but who have no idea who i am.

    Hi, my name is Jaco Weideman. I hail from "sunny" South Africa. 189 years old. (That's dog years ). And as you can see, I try to lighten the atmosphere everywhere. To date, that hasn't happened.


    I am very argumentative, but only on topics that I understand fully. Soooo... I'm not that bad really, coz I don't know everything about everything, I know just enough to get me by.


    Oh, here's an interesting, but completely useless, fact. My birthday is 31 December. Party at my place! Drinks are on the house! Just bring your own ladder.


    Well, that should probably, maybe, sort of, kinda be enough of me right now. Will chat as the day goes by.


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    I only know enough to get me into trouble, LOL. Welcome aboard and enjoy the ride.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmictraveler View Post
    I only know enough to get me into trouble, LOL. Welcome aboard and enjoy the ride.
    Yup. That would be my mistake as well. . And thanks. I didn't think I'd stay this long, but here I still am. I like it here. I'll call it ... Home.
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    Yeah... ok... except that you're sitting in my chair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    Yeah... ok... except that you're sitting in my chair.
    Yeah, I know. But I like lawnchairs. They are quite comfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterWalker View Post
    Yeah, I know. But I like lawnchairs. They are quite comfortable.
    Ah, good to hear. Then vacate my chair and get into the lawnchair.
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    A fellow South African! Fancy that. We are thin on the ground around these parts. En Afrikaanse mense nog minder. Welkom!
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    Awesome. I am not alone anymore! I can walk with peace of mind. . Oops, sorry Neverfly, didn't realize you called dibs. I'll move shortly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
    A fellow South African! Fancy that. We are thin on the ground around these parts. En Afrikaanse mense nog minder. Welkom!
    Dankie baie. Van watse gedeelte van ons land is jy?
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    Die middel. Welkom. Ek weet, ek weet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterWalker View Post
    Oops, sorry Neverfly, didn't realize you called dibs. I'll move shortly.
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    Greetings, WaterWalker from South Africa, and welcome to the forum.

    Do you have any recommendations on red wine from your country that I should take under advisement? I expect you will have more time for posting once you get the seating arrangements sorted out with Neverfly, lol...
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    Yeah, Neverfly keeps making play musical chairs. And it's everytime I just get comfy... . As for the wine, I am no expert. I'm not much of a wine drinker. @ KALSTER - Maybe you got some input?
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    I drink wine every now and again, but I am very far from a connoisseur. My criteria for choosing wine is that should not be too dry and preferably red, but not a necessity. I sometimes drink wine with coke for goodness' sake.

    I do know we produce some very good wines though and I am not being biassed in saying that.
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    Thank you for the replies even if no recommendations were forthcoming. Red wine with coke you say? As in mixed together or a glass of each going at the same time?
    I can honestly say that I have not come across that combination suggestion before although as a teenager (of drinking age, lol) I did use to think nothing of crunching down Smarties while sipping on a beer. Now I can't even imagine eating the color laden things, lol.
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    Yes, it has to be red wine with chocolate (even multi-coloured chocolate).
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    jy dink ons ​​kan nie figuur dit uit?
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    Red wine and coke mixed in the same glass. . Katemba, I believe it's called. Used to like that, but now, not so much. I got tired of drinking. Only occasionally now.

    And, almost Squirrel. Google Translate (tm) doesn't always give the right answers though. . It's got to be a double negative. Afrikaans is difficult. It's also the only language where you can use the words "yes" and "no" directly after one another - and it still makes sense!

    Anycase, sorry for being inactive for a bit. I've been exploring a different universe. Entropia Universe, that is. Quite a difficult game. But I love a challenge.
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    And, almost Squirrel. Google Translate (tm) doesn't always give the right answers though. .
    oops..busted..
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    Welcome WaterWalker. If you are 189 dog years old...does that all mean you can lick yourself?
    Fixin' shit that ain't broke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NMSquirrel View Post
    And, almost Squirrel. Google Translate (tm) doesn't always give the right answers though. .
    oops..busted..
    Jy het nou lekker jou rieme styf geloop ou matie! Jy het nou wragtig die kat aan die stert beet gehad.

    Try and get that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
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    And, almost Squirrel. Google Translate (tm) doesn't always give the right answers though. .
    oops..busted..
    Jy het nou lekker jou rieme styf geloop ou matie! Jy het nou wragtig die kat aan die stert beet gehad.

    Try and get that.
    point well made:

    "You have now enjoy your thongs tight walked old conformation! You've honestly had the cat by the tail beetroot."
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGyver1968 View Post
    Welcome WaterWalker. If you are 189 dog years old...does that all mean you can lick yourself?
    Ya know, I've never tried...

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    And, almost Squirrel. Google Translate (tm) doesn't always give the right answers though. .
    oops..busted..
    Jy het nou lekker jou rieme styf geloop ou matie! Jy het nou wragtig die kat aan die stert beet gehad.

    Try and get that.
    point well made:

    "You have now enjoy your thongs tight walked old conformation! You've honestly had the cat by the tail beetroot."
    . Wow, they really have to work on google translate. Hahahahahahahahaha... That's funny as hell!! I especially enjoyed the "your thongs tight walked old conformation" . That's hilarious!!!
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    Well now, I just had a thought. Didn't want to post this in the main section, so I'll put it here. It's interesting to me, but probably mundane to some. I'm a sci-fi fan. I really enjoyed (and still do) the Stargate franchise. But that's kinda beside the point. What got me thinking was the way the Stargate would work. You have a series of symbols, numbers, hieroglyphs or whatever you want to use to determine a point in space and one for "point of origin" to determine two points, A and B. A being "point of origin" and B being destination. The series of symbols would, should or can determine the distance between the two, as well as the path that needs to be traveled. (This is hypothetical Psuedoscience, so just roll with it. The question is coming).

    Space is expanding, and planets, star systems, star clusters, galaxies and galaxy clusters are moving around inside this expanding space. So, a traditional cartesian "map" would be useless, correct? Also, if we wanted to travel to a different galaxy using wormholes, some would be easy to get to using a simple "point-and-go" method, but for others it wouldn't be so simple. So, is there maybe some sort of system that can be used for something similar to the above Stargate analogy?

    This is NOT scientific. Just a curiosity.
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    From what little I've seen of Stargate don't the gates connect to each other?
    So that means that all the symbols do is designate which other gate they connect to - rather like a telephone system - it doesn't matter where the receiving phone is, only that you dial the right number.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    From what little I've seen of Stargate don't the gates connect to each other?
    So that means that all the symbols do is designate which other gate they connect to - rather like a telephone system - it doesn't matter where the receiving phone is, only that you dial the right number.
    part of the stargate premise is that the 'phone number' is the physical location of the stargate, like map coordinates, and the 'drift' is the expansion of the universe so that the SG1 had to add the drift to the number to get the correct location to the stargate.

    there were three gates on earth at one time..(chyanne mountain,antartic,russian) and if an off world team would dial the 'phone number' it would only activate the chyanne mountain gate unless something prevented it,then it would jump to one of the other gates..
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    If a stargate opens above the earth it would take away all our clouds leaveing us without rain and society would be quick to recognize the Indian's and the raindance.
    That might be how things get started with a stargate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LieutenatG^ View Post
    If a stargate opens above the earth it would take away all our clouds leaveing us without rain
    Rubbish.

    and society would be quick to recognize the Indian's and the raindance.
    And what good would that do?

    That might be how things get started with a stargate.
    How what things get started?
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    no just make mini gates and install them in industrial chimneys so it would transport the polutants to the sun..

    of course i would have two, one next to my chair, the other in the fridge..(duh..so i could grab a beer..)
    lets not think about what i would do with two more....
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    Hi everyone. Me again. Who likes a good laugh? I really like laughing, and that's why I visit sites like these.

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    Hahahahahahahahaha... Baltic Sea anomoly figured out.

    http://s3.vidimg.popscreen.com/origi...o-anomaly-.jpg
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    Or this.
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    "You have now enjoy your thongs tight walked old conformation! You've honestly had the cat by the tail beetroot."

    OK
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    Jy het nou lekker jou rieme styf geloop ou matie! Jy het nou wragtig die kat aan die stert beet gehad.
    supposed to translate into english as?

    and is it idiomatic of slang in afrikaans
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    Quote Originally Posted by sculptor View Post
    OK
    what was
    Jy het nou lekker jou rieme styf geloop ou matie! Jy het nou wragtig die kat aan die stert beet gehad.
    supposed to translate into english as?
    "Give me all your money or I'll tell the penguins where you live".
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    Quote Originally Posted by sculptor View Post
    "You have now enjoy your thongs tight walked old conformation! You've honestly had the cat by the tail beetroot."

    OK
    what was
    Jy het nou lekker jou rieme styf geloop ou matie! Jy het nou wragtig die kat aan die stert beet gehad.
    supposed to translate into english as?

    and is it idiomatic of slang in afrikaans
    More idiomatic. Few people still use the first one, more the second.

    Basically:

    Jy het nou lekker jou rieme styf geloop ou matie!
    Literal: You now nicely walked your straps tight old friend! Meaning: You got your comeuppance/got thwarted/lost/failed.

    Jy het die kat aan die stert beet.
    Literal: You got the cat by the tail. Meaning: You are mistaken.

    Afrikaans is indeed a colourful language.
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    What would be the significance of walking one's straps tight? Would it be something like reaching the end of the rope to which you are tethered?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    What would be the significance of walking one's straps tight? Would it be something like reaching the end of the rope to which you are tethered?
    Yes, something like that. I think it comes from dogs and such being tied to posts, with the idiom coming from maybe the dog setting off, only to be violently yanked to a stop by the rope.
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    Well, here's a new one I heard. It goes like so - "Is the waves of the ocean potential, chemical or kinetic energy." The answer I got was "All three." Why?????
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    It's kinetic because the water has mass and is moving. It has gravitational potential energy because there are elevation differences between different parts of the wave. Chemical? I don't know about that.
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