From space

From space

Computer manipulation of the earth from space falling bodies

Posted by Geraldas on 2019-02-20 06:23:28

Tagged: , abandoned , apocalypse , balls , bodies , broken , cataclysm , catastrophe , collage , danger , dead , death , desert , dusk , dust , earth , ecology , end , evening , fantasy , fly , future , global , grass , image , imaginary , landscape , manipulation , nature , sand , sky , space , stone , stones , sun , sunset , time , world

mouse destroyed

mouse destroyed

YOKEL TOWN- Lodge E. Tech, 12, died unexpectedly Jan. 31, 2013 after a repetitious night of binge cut, copy, pasting and clicking. He was purchased in 2001 from Ice Computing and moved twice during his short lifetime. Lodge E. Tech burned the midnight oil and loved to delete enormous chunks of vital information in his younger days. Later in life; he collected dust bunnies and very slowly clicked and high-lighted his way around countless documents on his favorite worn out mouse pad. He is deeply missed by his fellow business partners: Microsoft keyboard, Windows Movie Maker, ME and Ahead Nero. Eye Low, the first was overcome with a fit of apoplexy while delivering his eulogy to his dear friend of six years. Survivors include: Lodge E. Tech mouse’s distant cousin; Lodge E. Tech Micro-Phone, longtime live-in roommate Acer mouse, and business companions HP Photosmart Plus, Vivitar digital camera, Jazz Camcorder, Samsung Android and (No-Name) Brand mouse. He was preceded in death by his long time business partner Acer computer and is survived by his life partner E-Machine. Lodge E. Tech mouse is remembered for the numerous recordings he helped create for the Edison Laboratory of West Orange, N.J. and fellow competitors Victor Talking Machine Company of Camden, N.J. In wake of the tragic news both defunct companies wish to express their condolences and send their deepest sympathies to Lodge E. Tech’s technological counterparts here in the twenty-first century.

Posted by antiquemystique on 2013-02-03 01:11:06

Tagged: , dailycreate , tdc391 , stress , relief , theraputic , healing , victim , circumstance , innocent , bystander , hormone , related , catagory 5 cyclone , dead , mouse

How to Be Friends After a Breakup – Dead Useful Tips For Ending on a Civilized Note

How to Be Friends After a Breakup – Dead Useful Tips For Ending on a Civilized Note

Ending relationships is difficult in even the best of circumstances. Do you ever wonder how some couples have figured out how to be friends after a breakup? Isn’t it something you’d like to do in your situation? It’s not as difficult as you might think.

You do not have to make an “either or” decision when it comes to relationship. You have choices beyond either you love him or you hate him. In between there is friendship and your romantic partner should, above and beyond all else, be your friend. That is often the most difficult thing to part with once relationships end.

How to be Friends after a Breakup

1) Avoid acting or lashing out in anger or pain. This is a critical first step in the process of retaining a friendship from the wreckage of your romantic relationship. Don’t go out and do something you’ll regret. Instead, be calm and behave with integrity throughout the breakup process.

2) Don’t talk bad about your ex to any and every one who will listen. If you hope to figure out how to be friends after a breakup. You need to guard your words and set the example. Don’t say things you can’t take back or that you might one day regret even if they are said in reaction to the pain of a breakup.

3) Begin by being a friend without strings. Offer friendship and avoid pushing for a romantic overtone. Be friends and ask for nothing additional in return. This will create a bond between the two of you that might even go beyond the bond you had as romantic partners.

4) Accept the friendship offered by your ex. Don’t place conditions and don’t make demands. Accept what is freely offered and let this new dimension to your relationship evolve over time. You may discover that your ex is a better friend than lover for you. You might also discover that your romance can be rekindled once you’ve worked out how to really be friends above and beyond all else.

Learning how to be friends after a breakup is one of the most important things you can do if you ever hope to get your ex back. Even without holding on to this particular hope there is a great deal to be gained by learning to be friends with your ex. The most important thing to gain though is a true and dear friend.

Next, if you aren’t content with the idea of friendship with your ex alone you can get your ex back. Click here: http://www.getyourexbacknow.com/just_break_up3.html to learn what you need to do to get your ex back without ruining your new friendship today.

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The old weather computer from the field station

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Actually, I’m surprised the computer lasted as long as it did. Sitting on the floor in a dusty rough-hewn ranch house in the middle of a desert surrounded by sandy dirt fields is probably not an optimal operating environment for a cheap consumer-grade computer

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dead casefan 1 2-15-10

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Dead

Dead

something bit the dust yesterday, and now it won’t even get into POST 🙁

A quick replacement calculation comes in at about $2200. Donations gratefully accepted.

Posted by obLiterated on 2012-03-06 08:54:49

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control?

control?

found in a abandoned congresshotel in Austria. (2014)

Posted by LichtGespiele on 2014-02-26 09:36:59

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