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    Experimental convertible Mopar.
    -Converts a long wheel base to a short wheel base "clown car".
     
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    I know PDQ can read this.
     
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    Bike-Riding-Robot_1.gif -although a robot, it's not autonomous. Someone remotely steers it.
    Still cool though.....
     
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    Parallax View in relation to Earth's orbit.
    Don't ask me to prove it.......lol
     
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    Oooh! I don't know any 5 gallon bucket methods.

    Tell me more!​
     
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    Yep. But not very well. I found the shirt above rather tedious, and had to re-train my brain to decipher. And...I had to cross my eyes a little bit. But then again, I was a proofreader in college, and I seem to assemble my words from exact letters rather than general shapes. Some of you might have noticed my tendency to pick on tiny details.

    I read a study & several articles on that stuff. Almost everybody with average reading skills can read this stuff without problems. Surprisingly, intelligence isn't really a factor; it's more about how your mind maps images and converts things into language inside your head. This is why some folks make great proofreaders, and others can read the stuff above with ease.
     
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    That is so cool. You probably don't know how much I like that. I have always wanted to know how much shift there is in our sky due to the solar orbit...never seen that until now.

    Does that image come with a bearing or the names of any stars in it? I find it odd that the larger stars (in red) don't seem to be shifting. Perhaps galaxies in the background?
     
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