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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #165 on: April 26, 2009, 05:27:52 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b][url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/eleventh/signs.htm]LED ''SIGNS'' Sign[/url][/b].[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/eleventh/signs3.jpg[/img]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/ninteen/signs1-5.gif[/img]
Phosphor purple LEDs.

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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LED ''SIGNS'' Sign.




Phosphor purple LEDs.

{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #166 on: April 27, 2009, 04:49:01 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[b]04-27-09[/b]
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have five updates planned for my website today...one is that the Avion Micro Airplane has failed [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/shake.gif[/img], and the other four are spectroscopy of fluorescence in a large plastic clip when irradiated with a small violet-emitting laser.

The spectra were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs, and the laser responsible for the fluorescence in that plastic clip had its post updated on the same two BBSs as well.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/tenth/avion1.jpg[/img]
This is what the Avion Micro Airplane looks like.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
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04-27-09
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have five updates planned for my website today...one is that the Avion Micro Airplane has failed , and the other four are spectroscopy of fluorescence in a large plastic clip when irradiated with a small violet-emitting laser.

The spectra were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs, and the laser responsible for the fluorescence in that plastic clip had its post updated on the same two BBSs as well.


This is what the Avion Micro Airplane looks like.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #167 on: April 27, 2009, 08:10:44 pm »
If your teacher gives you an F, it is wrong to say "Well what do you expect moron! I didn't study!"

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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #168 on: April 28, 2009, 05:22:34 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/ninteen/412_85.htm">Handheld ~412nm Blu-ray (Violet-Emitting) Laser</a><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif"><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/p.gif">  (<b>P</b>) (<b>S</b>)<br>
Performed spectroscopy  (</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">pronounced "<a href="http://www.merriam-webster.com/cgi-bin/audio.pl?spectr28.wav=spectroscopy" target="new"><img src="http://safeco2.home.att.net/spectros.gif" align=center border="0"></a>"</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="4">) of fluorescence of the outer casing of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when irradiated with this laser.<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="specx94.htm">Spectra of Fluorescence in Non-Light Emitters (Pg. 2)</a><br>
Performed spectroscopy  (</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">pronounced "<a href="http://www.merriam-webster.com/cgi-bin/audio.pl?spectr28.wav=spectroscopy" target="new"><img src="http://safeco2.home.att.net/spectros.gif[/img][/url]"</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="4">) of fluorescence of the outer casing of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when irradiated with the above laser.<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>A</b> <a href="http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/ninteen/flexible.htm">Flexible Light</a> (<b>P</b>) (<b>S</b>)<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="specx41.htm">Spectra of Incandescent Flashlights</a><br>
Performed spectroscopy  (</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">pronounced "<a href="http://www.merriam-webster.com/cgi-bin/audio.pl?spectr28.wav=spectroscopy" target="new"><img src="http://safeco2.home.att.net/spectros.gif" align=center border="0"></a>"</font><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="4">) of the bulb in the above product.<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="http://rememberedrats.home.att.net/zone10.htm">GENERAL REVIEW FORMAT FOR LED AND OTHER FLASHLIGHTS IN "THE PUNISHMENT ZONE"</a><br>
Changed the way ratings are applied.<br><br>
<li><font color="#000000">04-28-09: <b>U</b> <a href="http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/tenth/avion.htm">Megatech Avion Micro Airplane</a><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif"><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif">
<img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif"><img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/m.gif"> (<b>S</b>)<img src="http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/x4.gif" alt="Failed or was destroyed during/after testing"><br>
Product's charger has started to function, but the airplane's battery still fails to charge.  <img src="http://safeco2.home.att.net/shake.gif"><br><br>
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04-28-09: U Handheld ~412nm Blu-ray (Violet-Emitting) Laser  (P) (S)
Performed spectroscopy  (pronounced "") of fluorescence of the outer casing of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when irradiated with this laser.
04-28-09: U Spectra of Fluorescence in Non-Light Emitters (Pg. 2)
Performed spectroscopy  (pronounced "") of fluorescence of the outer casing of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when irradiated with the above laser.
04-28-09: A Flexible Light (P) (S)
04-28-09: U Spectra of Incandescent Flashlights
Performed spectroscopy  (pronounced "") of the bulb in the above product.
04-28-09: U GENERAL REVIEW FORMAT FOR LED AND OTHER FLASHLIGHTS IN "THE PUNISHMENT ZONE"
Changed the way ratings are applied.
04-28-09: U Megatech Avion Micro Airplane (S)
Product's charger has started to function, but the airplane's battery still fails to charge.  
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #169 on: April 29, 2009, 05:28:15 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[b]04-29-09[/b]
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have eight updates planned for my website today...two are adding a Radio Shack
phosphor pink LED and a Radio Shack 10mm red LED to my website, two more are (of course) performing spectroscopy of them, the next two
concern my having performed spectroscopy of the fluorescence of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when being irradiated with the first Blu-ray
(violet-emitting) laser I've ever handled or seen...you know, the laser I broke by beating the living tweedle out of it against concrete
while attempting a repair [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/roll2.gif[/img] -
and which was subsequently replaced [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/rainbow.gif[/img],
and the last two are minor updates to my Putt Tracer and Twilight Tracer
golf ball web pages to furnish their final ratings and tell the page's viewers that the products made it into "The Trophy Case" on my website.

The spectra and beam cross-sectional analyses (of the pink & red LEDs) were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs; and the laser
responsible for the fluorescence of the AB Moonbeams Nightlight had its post updated on the BBS that post was made on.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/eighth/bluray1.jpg[/img]
This is what the Blu-ray (violet-emitting) laser looks like.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/sixteen/ptracer1.jpg[/img]
This is what the Putt Tracer golf balls look like.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/sixteen/ttracer1.jpg[/img]
And this is what the Twilight Tracer golf balls look like.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
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04-29-09
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have eight updates planned for my website today...two are adding a Radio Shack phosphor pink LED and a Radio Shack 10mm red LED to my website, two more are (of course) performing spectroscopy of them, the next two concern my having performed spectroscopy of the fluorescence of an AB Moonbeams Nightlight when being irradiated with the first Blu-ray (violet-emitting) laser I've ever handled or seen...you know, the laser I broke by beating the living tweedle out of it against concrete while attempting a repair - and which was subsequently replaced , and the last two are minor updates to my Putt Tracer and Twilight Tracer golf ball web pages to furnish their final ratings and tell the page's viewers that the products made it into "The Trophy Case" on my website.

The spectra and beam cross-sectional analyses (of the pink & red LEDs) were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs; and the laser responsible for the fluorescence of the AB Moonbeams Nightlight had its post updated on the BBS that post was made on.


This is what the Blu-ray (violet-emitting) laser looks like.


This is what the Putt Tracer golf balls look like.


And this is what the Twilight Tracer golf balls look like.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #171 on: April 30, 2009, 05:19:44 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b][url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/silicon1.htm]Rechargeable Silicon Light Ball[/url][/b][/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/silicon3.jpg[/img]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/ninteen/silicon2.gif[/img]
Same as the last one; different part of the ball's cycle this time.

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Rechargeable Silicon Light Ball




Same as the last one; different part of the ball's cycle this time.

{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #172 on: May 01, 2009, 05:24:46 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[b]May Day (05-01-09)[/b]
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have ten updates planned for my website today...three
are performing repeat spectroscopy on the Extreme Light (LED worklight), three more are publishing those spectra on
the web page for them, the seventh is spectroscopy of the high-powered white LED in the Lumos LED flashlight, the
eighth is publishing that spectrum on one of my web pages designated for "Spectra of High-Powered White LEDs", the
next is an update to the Avion airplane's web page stating that the replacement arrived - the original one had gone
down the tube, and the last is an update to my 365nm High-Powered UVA Retrofit's evaluation stating that I had
used it yesterday morning to look for cat pee that I had smelled as soon as I opened the door to my room to leave.

The spectra were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/eighth/extr1.jpg[/img]
This is what the Extreme Light looks like.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/eleventh/365-8.jpg[/img]
This is what the 365nm High-Powered "Cat Pee Detector" looks like.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/avion9.jpg[/img]
This is the replacement Avion Micro Airplane.

[img]http://toyletbowlbbs.home.att.net/nichiaf1.jpg[/img]
And this is what the Lumos LED flashlight looks like.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
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May Day (05-01-09)
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have ten updates planned for my website today...three are performing repeat spectroscopy on the Extreme Light (LED worklight), three more are publishing those spectra on the web page for them, the seventh is spectroscopy of the high-powered white LED in the Lumos LED flashlight, the eighth is publishing that spectrum on one of my web pages designated for "Spectra of High-Powered White LEDs", the next is an update to the Avion airplane's web page stating that the replacement arrived - the original one had gone down the tube, and the last is an update to my 365nm High-Powered UVA Retrofit's evaluation stating that I had used it yesterday morning to look for cat pee that I had smelled as soon as I opened the door to my room to leave.

The spectra were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs.


This is what the Extreme Light looks like.


This is what the 365nm High-Powered "Cat Pee Detector" looks like.


This is the replacement Avion Micro Airplane.


And this is what the Lumos LED flashlight looks like.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #173 on: May 01, 2009, 08:14:14 pm »

EH!
If your teacher gives you an F, it is wrong to say "Well what do you expect moron! I didn't study!"

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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #174 on: May 02, 2009, 05:21:31 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b][url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/eighth/fliplite.htm]Flip Light[/url][/b][/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/seventh/flip3.jpg[/img]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/ninteen/flip7.gif[/img]

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Flip Light





{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #175 on: May 03, 2009, 06:02:39 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[b]New evaluation: I-Sight® Special Ops Ear Light[/b]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/synear21.jpg[/img]

http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/synear2.htm

[i]Alwiyht. Rho sritched mg kegtops awound?[/i] [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/wink.gif[/img]
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New evaluation: I-Sight® Special Ops Ear Light



http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/synear2.htm

Alwiyht. Rho sritched mg kegtops awound?
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #176 on: May 04, 2009, 05:25:10 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[b]New evaluation: I-Sight® Task Light[/b]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/synear31.jpg[/img]

http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/synear3.htm

[i]Alwiyht. Rho sritched mg kegtops awound?[/i] [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/wink.gif[/img]
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New evaluation: I-Sight® Task Light



http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/synear3.htm

Alwiyht. Rho sritched mg kegtops awound?
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #177 on: May 05, 2009, 04:57:23 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[b]Cinco de Mayo (05-05-09)[/b]
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have twelve updates planned for my website today...two are new evaluations of two products: the I-Sight® Book Light and the FlashFlight™ DropLit™ Disco, one spectroscopy of the LED in the book light, seven are spectroscopy of the RGB LED in the FlashFlight™ DropLit™ Disco, and the last is an update to one of my pages about a vintage JVC ghetto blaster stating that a website viewer wrote in that I forgot to mention that the machine had manual record level controls and to add a sound (.MP3) file of a recoerding made on this machine.

The spectra and beam cross-sectional analyses (of the the I-Sight® Book Light) were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/synear41.jpg[/img]
This is what the I-Sight® Book Light looks like.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/drop2-1.jpg[/img]
This is what the FlashFlight™ DropLit™ Disco looks like.

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fourteen/rcm70-1.jpg[/img]
And this is what the vintage ghetto blaster (a JVC RC-M70) looks like.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
I went to Right Aid yesterday to pick up a birthday card for a friend on the east coast of the US.

[size="7"][color="green"][b]HAPPY CINCO DE MAYO!!![/b][/color][/size]
to everybody out there in Pride® Scooters and Powerchairs cyberland!!! :) :D :)
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Cinco de Mayo (05-05-09)
Just making my daily check-in from Federal Way WA. USA...I have twelve updates planned for my website today...two are new evaluations of two products: the I-Sight® Book Light and the FlashFlight™ DropLit™ Disco, one spectroscopy of the LED in the book light, seven are spectroscopy of the RGB LED in the FlashFlight™ DropLit™ Disco, and the last is an update to one of my pages about a vintage JVC ghetto blaster stating that a website viewer wrote in that I forgot to mention that the machine had manual record level controls and to add a sound (.MP3) file of a recoerding made on this machine.

The spectra and beam cross-sectional analyses (of the the I-Sight® Book Light) were published on my website and posted on two other BBSs.


This is what the I-Sight® Book Light looks like.


This is what the FlashFlight™ DropLit™ Disco looks like.


And this is what the vintage ghetto blaster (a JVC RC-M70) looks like.

My weblog (or "blog" if you prefer) requires no updates as of this posting.

I have no outside trips planned for today.
I went to Right Aid yesterday to pick up a birthday card for a friend on the east coast of the US.

[size="7"][color="green"]HAPPY CINCO DE MAYO!!![/color][/size]
to everybody out there in Pride® Scooters and Powerchairs cyberland!!! :) :D :)
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #178 on: May 06, 2009, 05:26:20 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[b]New evaluation: Night Eyes[img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/wink.gif[/img] L.E.D. Upgrade Combo[/b]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/luc1.jpg[/img]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/luc5.jpg[/img]

http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/leduc.htm

[i]Alwiyht. Rho sritched mg kegtops awound?[/i] [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/wink.gif[/img]
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New evaluation: Night Eyes L.E.D. Upgrade Combo





http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/leduc.htm

Alwiyht. Rho sritched mg kegtops awound?
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Re: The Ctrl + V Game
« Reply #179 on: May 07, 2009, 05:38:26 am »
In my clipboard (CTRL-V) buffer this morning, is this:
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[SIZE=6][COLOR=Red][b]Fluorescence of the pink body of a [url=http://spongebob.wikia.com/wiki/Patrick_Star]Patrick Star[/url] plush (stuffed critter) when [i]IRRADIATED[/i] [img]http://safeco2.home.att.net/wink2.gif[/img] with a [url=http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/tenth/sonar.htm]Wicked Lasers Sonar Blu-ray Laser[/url][/b][/COLOR][/SIZE]

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/fourteen/patrick1.jpg[/img]
{[i]Patrick - extends his armpit hair to snare SpongeBob and rub him in his armpit[/i]} "Taste pit, evildoer!!!"
{[i]SpongeBob - face all 'smooshed up' and covered with brownish-yellow goo[/i]} "You're a stinky, stinky sea star!"

[img]http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/twenty/sonar502.gif[/img]

{[i]computer alarm/beeping noises[/i]} {[i]female computer voice[/i]} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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Fluorescence of the pink body of a Patrick Star plush (stuffed critter) when IRRADIATED with a Wicked Lasers Sonar Blu-ray Laser


{Patrick - extends his armpit hair to snare SpongeBob and rub him in his armpit} "Taste pit, evildoer!!!"
{SpongeBob - face all 'smooshed up' and covered with brownish-yellow goo} "You're a stinky, stinky sea star!"




{computer alarm/beeping noises} {female computer voice} 0000 hours. Warning!!! Regeneration cycle incomplete!!! ;)
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