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Sure Yeess, rest assured, but there are good chances that soon (but not currently ;)) there will be a few supporting Elmer Fudd :w00t: and Yiddish (check the google translate, which is also available - unlike Babelfish):
http://www.google.co...age_tools?hl=en
http://www.google.co...bhp?hl=xx-elmer

Good find :thumbup Fortunately the chances are slim that Klingon :ph34r: and hacker :ph34r: will make the list :huh:
http://www.google.co...p?hl=xx-klingon
http://www.google.co...hp?hl=xx-hacker
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Anyway, speaking of Elmer Fudd, it is good to know there are a lot of Looney Tunes :yes:
There are Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Lola Bunny and Melissa Duck, but no Porky and Petunia Pig.
Although Tweety Bird is there, there is no Sylvester cat (but I tawt I taw a puddy tat) :lol:
There are a Road Runner, but no Wile E. Coyote :no:
Also Speedy Gonzales is there, but no Taz or Michigan J. Frog :D

Edited by BlouBul, 07 February 2011 - 01:36 PM.

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Good find :thumbup Fortunately the chances are slim that Klingon :ph34r: and hacker :ph34r: will make the list :huh:

You are right correct :thumbup , AFAIK next additions, planned and foreseen (but not deliberated, nor authorized, nonetheless approved and allowed ;)) are:
http://en.wikipedia....Star_Trek_races
Aaamazzarite, Gallamite and Cardassian
(don't ask me why, by they don't use alphabetic order, but a hidden bubblesort )

... among the many cartoons, you need to remember how there are also Goofy, and Minnie, but no Micky Mouse nor Donald Duck :w00t:

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AFAIK next additions, planned and foreseen (but not deliberated, nor authorized, nonetheless approved and allowed ;)) are:
http://en.wikipedia....Star_Trek_races
Aaamazzarite, Gallamite and Cardassian
(don't ask me why, by they don't use alphabetic order, but a hidden bubblesort )

Although no reliable sources could be found, some gossip and utterances were understood to call attention to the matter that transmitting intoAnnunaki and Reptillian were eyeballed as well. :blink:
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Additionally several illiterates dwell and occupy the room (professors as well - though no teachers :w00t:) all adducing miscommunications (but not misconceptions) as root of all corruptions.
Depression and distress affecting all peeps, and sicknesses currently classified irrelevant and meaningless that will soon assume an utterly criticalness. :ph34r:

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Additionally several illiterates dwell and occupy the room (professors as well - though no teachers :w00t:) all adducing miscommunications (but not misconceptions) as root of all corruptions.
Depression and distress affecting all peeps, and sicknesses currently classified irrelevant and meaningless that will soon assume an utterly criticalness. :ph34r:

Across the street, an immense assemblage of intellectuals (mostly engineers and programmers, with NO lawyers and politicians) were alluding through carefully planned affairs that the scatterbrains opposite them will be oodles happier and fitter if they willingly choose to apply their little grey sallow cells effectively ;)

Edited by BlouBul, 08 February 2011 - 01:05 PM.

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Across the street, an immense assemblage of intellectuals (mostly engineers and programmers, with NO lawyers and politicians)...

I see, you mean "opposite, an impressive rally " ;), but there are also many Communists and quite a few party bosses, but NO leaders. :w00t:
Will they end up in putting together a committee? :unsure:

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Also lobbyists and smooth operators and berry peddlers aplenty, commixing with the masses.

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... many Communists and quite a few party bosses, but NO leaders. :w00t:

The obviousness of their leaderlessness is for all to see. Regardless of the account that no one is equal, none is more equal than others. Nevertheless all is different ;)

Edited by BlouBul, 09 February 2011 - 04:18 AM.

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Then again, leaders cannot thrive, because there *is* *one* caudillo: Commander Guillermo Armadillo! :P

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For NO apparent reason account ;):
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Yeah, moltitudes of illegal :ph34r: armadillos behind the green glass door....
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Edited by jaclaz, 09 February 2011 - 04:35 PM.


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Unfortunately we can't legalise, regulate and tax the poor armidillos :no: , however, they can be approved, controlled and assessed ;)
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Unfortunately we can't legalise, regulate and tax the poor armidillos :no: , however, they can be approved, controlled and assessed ;)

BUT not properly protected, and though there are NO predators, there are plenty killers and even assassins! :ph34r:
Armadillos are not at the risk of extinction, BUT there could be a massacre and they could be annihilated or nullified. :(
In a nutshell (one of the many over there) ;):
Poor, suffering, needy , fortuneless armadillos!

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Edited by jaclaz, 10 February 2011 - 05:21 AM.


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Poor, suffering, needy , fortuneless armadillos!

At least they are not being used to make charangos any more :ph34r:
And they do not need to hibernate (especially since it is always summer, and never winter, spring or autumn :D )
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At least they are not being used to make charangos any more :ph34r:

Definitely, no charangos not ANY other kind of lute around, neither banjos nor ukuleles or guitars, but quite a few mando-basses and mando-cellos.

Accordions I have seen, but no bagpipes, lots of Scottishmen quite aggravated and irritated by this missing.

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Definitely, no charangos not ANY other kind of lute around, neither banjos nor ukuleles or guitars, but quite a few mando-basses and mando-cellos.

True, but also plenty fiddles, cittern and Chitarra battente. Although their are plenty Cornetts and Bazookas, the irrefutable loss is that there are NO vuvuzelas :( , which would really irritate, annoy and stress the soccer opponents in that illustrious challenge.
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....and a trapless armadillo trapper :w00t:
http://www.aaanimalc...dillocatch.html

:lol:

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....and a trapless armadillo trapper :w00t:

That is terrible, horrendous, abhorrent and appalling :angry:
All I can add: Free hapless trapped armadillos.

Edited by BlouBul, 12 February 2011 - 11:53 PM.

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Plenty of buffers (and buufers ;)), but no cache :w00t::
http://www.msfn.org/...es-hdd-usb-key/

BTW, the armadillos in there can all roll into a ball :thumbup :
https://www.msu.edu/...illo/facts.html
or, if you prefer, they are all three-banded armadillos:
https://www.msu.edu/...tolypeutes.html
and additionally they all come appear to arrive from the Caatinga, Cerrado or from the Mato Grosso.

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Did you notice all cars there have just the accelerator pedal? There's no brake, and, even so, they still can be stopped. It's puzzling! :wacko:

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Did you notice all cars there have just the accelerator pedal? There's no brake, and, even so, they still can be stopped. It's puzzling! :wacko:

I can see NO cars, nor vehicles over there.
AFAIK there are ONLY carriages and waggons and of course many Pullmans.
But they also have no motor or engine, so I still have to find out what kind of apparatus is the accelerator foot pedal ;) linked connected to under the hood.

Also, since there is no fuel, nor gasoline, nor diesel, nor coal, the only way to move them is with (rather biggish ;)) rubber-bands. :w00t:

A common commuting commodity :angel is the wheelbarrow.....:ph34r:

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Edited by jaclaz, 18 February 2011 - 05:10 AM.


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I can see NO cars, nor vehicles over there.
AFAIK there are ONLY carriages and waggons and of course many Pullmans.


But there are choppers, scooters, buggies and steamrollers.

But they also have no motor or engine, so I still have to find out what kind of apparatus is the accelerator foot pedal ;) linked connected to under the hood.

Also, since there is no fuel, nor gasoline, nor diesel, nor coal, the only way to move them is with (rather biggish ;)) rubber-bands. :w00t:

Also called bungee cords (still massive).

They do have fossil fuel cells connected to the doo-hickey under the hood, but with the same dilemma of stopping without brakes, parachutes, anchors or even retro rockets, only tailhooks. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tailhook
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They do have fossil fuel cells connected to the doo-hickey under the hood, but with the same dilemma of stopping without brakes, parachutes, anchors or even retro rockets, only tailhooks. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tailhook

Yep :yes: , only, just as happened on "Smash lab", Season 2, Episode 1 (where actual tailhooks applied to a car were tested):
http://en.wikipedia....sh_Lab_episodes
passengers in a speeding wheeled carrier that "careens off a road and plummets in a ravine" (in the sense of deep narrow steep-sided valley ;)) appear flabbergasted and unhappy. :(

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There are plenty Seekers, but no Finders... ;)
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There are plenty Seekers, but no Finders... ;)


Sure :) , google-fu is behind the green glass door, but peeps in it do not master it, nor get the hang of it....:(

They should really double and triple their efforts, actually progress to attain and accomplish threefold current awareness of this matter . ;)

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