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Thread: Anyone know what this is? "UFO"

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    It's the cap that covers a tire valve stem.

    Either that, or an alien spacecraft here to take over the world and enslave humanity.

    I'm not sure which.

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    Gettin' warm there mancur....

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    A thrown hubcap? (OBTW--if it is, I may have heard about this "hoax" somewhere before!)

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    a gazinta

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    Duane,you're warm too....

    Fr. Wayne,I got no idea what a "gazinta" is,but I like the word

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    Quote Originally Posted by mancur
    It's the cap that covers a tire valve stem.

    Either that, or an alien spacecraft here to take over the world and enslave humanity..
    Quote Originally Posted by Frantic Freddie
    Gettin' warm there mancur....
    With which one?

    Let's see, a tire weight would fit the shape...

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    How about a siren light flashing on top of a vehicle, with the camera rotated at 40 degrees or so from level, down to the left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frantic Freddie
    Well,the perfect thread to put this in....

    What is this?

    Just so it is visible to us again.

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    Oops, I was looking at the video link in the first thread, and didn't see the other image posted later....

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    It's a freakin' shoe!! (or a sandal)

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    Oh, I think I got it!!! This is the rising casket of the God Emporor Dweedle, rising into the belly of the transcendental Zhentarian Guard mothership, thus reveling the beginning of the NEW AGE of NancyBartDaveGordIgianite Pleasure and the Illumiti! Now the TRUE ToE will be known:: BEER ANSWERS ALL!!!

    ALL HAIL LORD DWEEDLE!!!

    Well, actually, I think its a tire thrown into the air. We're looking at it at an oblique angle so you can't quite make out the wheel hole.

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    I believe you are correct, Duane.

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    SO thou art BOWING to Lord Dweedle then ? Thou shalt open the Holy Beer and guzzle fitfully in tribute, or face his wraith!

    (Heh, I orginally meant to say wrath, but typoed. Freudian slip?? )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane
    SO thou art BOWING to Lord Dweedle then ? Thou shalt open the Holy Beer and guzzle fitfully in tribute, or face his wraith!

    (Heh, I orginally meant to say wrath, but typoed. Freudian slip?? )
    Holy Beer, they have a bunch of typo's on that website, too.

    I bow down to Lord Dweedle.

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    A gazinta is strictly speaking that cardboard cylinder found inside of every roll of toilet paper. One of the most underused inventions of man. But in the world of bauterdash it is limited to any item that you can put your hand or foot into such as, (to avoid unnecessary flights of imagination,) a can, a glove, a shoe, a coffee cup, a cookie jar, a foot massager, a gazinta.

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    I have to go with: a Twinkie.

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    Mmmmm....gigantic Twinkie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbonium
    It's a freakin' shoe!! (or a sandal)
    Well that does "fit" the "within 2 feet of us".

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    I just enhanced the image with photoshop...... I...I think is Klingon !!
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    No,actually it's Ford


    It's the bracket that's glued on to the windshield to hold the rearview mirror.When I took the pic I didn't notice I'd gotten that in it 'til it was developed (the pic's about 15-16 years old).I was sitting in the passenger seat of my Ford E-150 takin' pics while the wife drove.

    I've shown that pic to I don't know how many people,pre- & post-Internet & no one has ever been able to figure it out.

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    AAAARGH!!!

    I saw your post and knew what it was but by time I scrolled through you answered it. I have to check this site more frequently. Good one though. My beater car has that same view except there is a crack running past it.

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    Excellent! Now that you've said it, I can clearly see what you mean. I guess Emperor Dweedle is still buried then...

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    Excellent mystery. Truly evident by the slight reflection below right of object due to windshield. Sun reflected off either side mirror or hood?

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    Here's a cool movie based on NASA stuff:
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...73948865&q=ufo

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    No stars or planets in the background. What could it be?
    I took the photo myself.

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    Forgot to take off the lenscap?

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    Nope. Hint: It's something visible from "space".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr. Wayne
    A gazinta is strictly speaking that cardboard cylinder found inside of every roll of toilet paper...
    We have a lot of television distribution equipment in the lab at our office. When connecting cables between pieces of equipment, you should always connect a "gazinta" to a "gazouta".
    I may have many faults, but being wrong ain't one of them. - Jimmy Hoffa

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    Thumbs up Always

    Quote Originally Posted by Extravoice
    We have a lot of television distribution equipment in the lab at our office. When connecting cables between pieces of equipment, you should always connect a "gazinta" to a "gazouta".
    I love it when true wisdom r-i-n-g-s !!


    Candy's pix? The Light at the end of the tunnel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr. Wayne
    Candy's pix? The Light at the end of the tunnel?
    Close! I'll give it to you anyway.
    They are steetlights along the Elgin-O'Hare Expressway that neither go to the city of Elgin nor the O'Hare Airport. "They" ran out of money. It's my backyard.


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