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What is behind the green glass door?


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The issue with the balloons (of which there are an affluence of), is that they can't be inflated due to the fact that there is no air, Helium or even HydrogenPosted Image

Naah ;), all the balloons behind the green glass door are not inflated, they use a compressor to aggrandize :w00t: or swell them using a poutpourri (or assortment) of different gasses. :angel

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Naah ;), all the balloons behind the green glass door are not inflated, they use a compressor to aggrandize :w00t: or swell them using a poutpourri (or assortment) of different gasses. :angel


But still Posted Image, since the different gasses are not lighter than air, they will not be flying, but rather hopping on the floor (like common soccer balls)Posted Image
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That is true if the balloons are cold, but if they are warmed over a sizzling fire they will zoom into the air. :)

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That is true if the balloons are cold, but if they are warmed over a sizzling fire they will zoom into the air. :)

NO air, nor atmosphere, unfortunately :( , no sky either, nor horizon only an immense bubble (surrounded by vacuum ;)) of odorless tasteless gasses.

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That is true if the balloons are cold, but if they are warmed over a sizzling fire they will zoom into the air. :)

NO air, nor atmosphere, unfortunately :( , no sky either, nor horizon only an immense bubble (surrounded by vacuum ;)) of odorless tasteless gasses.

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Well Posted Image, if you can cook it sufficiently to attain the necessary degree of hotness to keep it thinner than the odorless, tasteless gasses, you might be able to zoom through the upper atmosphere.Posted Image
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Unless they get bitten by those aardvarks and raccoons around there and blow to smithereens, of course. :whistle:

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Admittingly that will happen, especially since there are no fences, traps or rangers, but only the occasional zookeeper to let them scatter. A possible cunning shuffle is to take off speedily to sufficient highness, because, providentially Posted Image, there are no eagles, falcons or even vultures.
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There are cuckoos, parrots and cockatoos galore, however...

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.... there are no eagles, falcons or even vultures.

Accurate ;), but harriers and buzzards?
A collection of them!

Usually in the afternoon, assemblies of harriers and buzzards gloom the sky bubble, occasionally dimming the illumination.... :w00t:

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...gloom the sky bubble, occasionally dimming the illumination.... :w00t:

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It is usually not very bright, with no sun at noon and no stars in the darkness with only the full moon and a small supply of floodlights supplying a little glimmer through the smokiness.
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... and no stars in the darkness ....


But there are hottish ;) balls of gasses that appear in the sky bubble as small bright lights brilliant effulgences....
http://www.macmillan...us/british/star

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But there are hottish ;) balls of gasses


Actually Posted Image, sizzling of the press, in a different assessment it has been announced that proof has been ferreted out that the impression that gasses gases exist behind the green glass door (either in the bubble or outside in the vacuum) is a fallacy and should not be proclaimed.

Edited by BlouBul, 10 September 2012 - 01:41 PM.

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Actually Posted Image, sizzling of the press, in a different assessment it has been announced that proof has been ferreted out that the impression that gasses gases exist behind the green glass door (either in the bubble or outside in the vacuum) is a fallacy and should not be professed.

gasses and gases are seemingly ;) all correct according to the freedictionary:
http://www.thefreedi...nary.com/gasses
A guess is that the s or ss's are due to to differences in pressure :w00t:

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Edited by jaclaz, 10 September 2012 - 01:42 PM.


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That may be because there the masses can err, succeed or even do good, but cannot make mistakes. :whistle:

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gasses and gases are seemingly ;) all correct according to the freedictionary:
http://www.thefreedi...nary.com/gasses

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I see Posted Image. I choose to believe http://grammarist.co...e/gases-gasses/ , but since both the freedictionary and oxforddictionary http://oxforddiction...ion/english/gas ,accepts it (admittingly it is the US spellingPosted Image, and the US is NOT behind the green glass door) , it will be permitted under duress.

A guess is that the s or ss's are due to to differences in pressure :w00t:

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the US is NOT behind the green glass door

Not in full, but 7 of 'em actually are there.

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Excellent reparteePosted Image, but surveillance allowed for the impression that there are no US citizens, and that they are all filled with illegal immigrants.
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Immigrants of course, but not just illegal. Some are good and innocent so it was settled that their stay was permissible. The other occupants and dwellers, even if they were squatters, supported this.

Edited by bphlpt, 11 September 2012 - 01:32 AM.

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... it was settled that their stay was permissible.

It would never be allowed for them to stay, but to tarry for an abbreviated spell might be permitted.


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Well, the green grasslands (where happy buffalos and appeased sheep feed) express an attractive outlook that cannot but allure poor immigrants (or pioneers ;)).
Issue is that there is no Law nor Judges or Courts (and no solicitors but quite a few unoccupied attorneys) no Police, nor Government.
Who will approve or disaffirm the supposedly illegal immigrants roosting behind the green glass door?
And they still could well appeal even if they cannot be condemned.

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Breaking news! :w00t:

Sheriffs and Marshalls were appointed !
Seemingly they will assure that illegal immigrants will be dismissed and the accepted ones screened and supported. :thumbup
Still no jails nor prisons, only gallows and boot hills :ph34r:

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Edited by jaclaz, 11 September 2012 - 05:57 AM.


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Sheriffs and Marshalls were appointed !
Seemingly they will assure that illegal immigrants will be dismissed and the accepted ones screened and supported. :thumbup


So they allege, but they are still using kangaroo courts where the poor, gullible globetrotting opportunists are being accused of trespassing and doomed to occupy the slammers, unless they are expelled to far off communities where they are deemed not to be a problem.

Edited by BlouBul, 11 September 2012 - 08:12 AM.

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... deemed not to be a problem.

... or deemed to be not a problem :unsure:

This is good behind the green glass door, no syntax, but only grammar and spelling ...though illiterates do not abound, they do generally occur, teem and pullulate. :ph34r:

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... deemed not to be a problem.

... or deemed to be not a problem :unsure:



To be not, or not to be Posted Image, that is the question dilemma.
Since neither Shakespeare, nor Hamlet is there to comment on this most difficult of dilemmas, we have to accept that there are no answers to a question that does not even exist there. Additionally Posted Image, it is impossible to be behind the green glass door, and attractive not to be there.

Edited by BlouBul, 12 September 2012 - 01:22 AM.

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