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PostSubject: Scientific equation leds to au "O" continuance   Fri Jul 11, 2008 8:45 pm

From the land of the Bluenose.....bounce, bounce bounce and I was up after night shift as the NBA was having their playoffs in our parking lot. Can't blame the kids...it's summer and school is out.

Had the day to myself at least till 1815hrs when I became "blue" and had to shout out balls and strikes but what to do till then? Hot out so a land dig was semi suicidal so that led to two possibilities as the great detective Charlie Chan from Maxwell Smart used to say. Possibility number one..............don't dig and possibility number 2 go swishing. Logical choice which leds to 4 possibilities ...swishing loop "D", "D1", "S" and "O". One must exam the variables to this equation which is elementary said the late great Sherlock Holms. Of course Albert Einstien came up with this quantum one for going a swishing..." Take the sum of the gas in Otto and mulitply the radius of that with Otto's capacity divided by time allotted minus t30 factoring in human tolerance of rug rats squared by energy level after working a night shift and a plugged carbon treader at 86% output that is effulgence.

It was clear at this point that Swishing Loop "S" was the answer and I headed out to the first of four swimming spots on swishing loop "S"

which netted the usual matter that is found in this closed environment. Talking pins from pent up hair lost or discarded, unloved beer bottle tops drained and discarded and coinage that could have been spent at Tim's. Bestowed the unworthy finds on the life guards who were glad that junk removed from aqua = save swimming area with fewer injuries.

Next aquatic equation was simple to solve and goes like this: young lady in drink= lost dangling earing squared bigtime by nerd with Seahunter Mark 11 compounded by dobbler effect radius as it relates to found dangling ear hanger equalling a broad smile!



Being that ying and yang never collide and that in the cosmic scheme of all things encompassed the devine "Maker" rewarded me shortly there after with this token of appreciation in my sieve.


Beach swish loop s3 was a wash with just a few coins and a black kids ring plus a dead fish that I removed without biting or nibbling on! The equation could not be solved...rug ratis times 2r' to the power of a kazillion plus one swisher magnified by transit background noise = disaster or in laymans terms..........retreat to deeper water and take no prisoners. Short swish four shore me bouy.


Loop S4 was nothing of an enlightenment although the scenery was outstanding and the finds few.

Take for Swish loop "S" was 43 coins @ $6.15, 10k "O", kids ring name plate and 2 earings. My scientific approach to a swish had indeed paid off.

Life is a beach at least till the tide comes in and the Bud is all gone
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PostSubject: Re: Scientific equation leds to au "O" continuance   Fri Jul 11, 2008 8:48 pm

Love your posts!
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PostSubject: Re: Scientific equation leds to au "O" continuance   Fri Jul 11, 2008 9:16 pm

Another nice hunt. Sure beats poking in the dirt.
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