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Sat, Dec 23 2023 11:54 AM (27 replies)
  • HamdenPro
    2,407 Posts
    Thu, Dec 7 2023 2:47 PM

    Oy Vey

    Nuff Sed

    Shoot me now

    No, I mean it

    For real

    PLEASE!!!

  • craigswan
    30,946 Posts
    Thu, Dec 7 2023 5:05 PM
    You guys are so funny . I love you all . Copy that .
  • ct690911
    7,194 Posts
    Thu, Dec 7 2023 5:29 PM

    HamdenPro:

    Oy Vey

    Nuff Sed

    Shoot me now

    No, I mean it

    For real

    PLEASE!!!

    ....and as the casualties pile up, Craig remains undeterred from his quest !!

  • spa75
    330 Posts
    Mon, Dec 11 2023 8:22 AM

    Flat Earth,  really . Thats so funny I fell of the edge.  So does that mean the moon is really made of cheese and the stars are just  pin holes in the paper sky.   ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒŽ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿง€๐Ÿงท    lol .

  • Robert1893
    7,664 Posts
    Mon, Dec 11 2023 9:02 AM

    spa75:

    Flat Earth,  really . Thats so funny I fell of the edge.  So does that mean the moon is really made of cheese and the stars are just  pin holes in the paper sky.   ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒŽ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿง€๐Ÿงท    lol .

    OK. Now, you're just being silly.

    Everyone knows. The stars are angels. 

  • gonfission
    2,229 Posts
    Thu, Dec 21 2023 1:06 PM

    Image result for winter solstice pics Here we are at the tilta-world again. Shortest day of the year today...

  • AlaskanDame
    18,954 Posts
    Fri, Dec 22 2023 10:31 PM

    gonfission:

    Image result for winter solstice pics 
    Here we are at the tilta-world again. Shortest day of the year today...

    Nope, all days are the same length, about 24 hours+.  2024 is a leap year with an extra day (still 24 hours long) to adjust for that “+” 

    If you mean shortest day[light] then sorta…..but that’s only true for the Northern Hemisphere.  Our friends and family “downunder” experienced their longest daylight Dec, 21st.

  • gonfission
    2,229 Posts
    Sat, Dec 23 2023 11:54 AM

    AlaskanDame:
    Shortest day

    All days are NOT the same. That's why we have a nuclear clock. A miniscule difference in time every day.

    The bold two words should have been self-evident of exactly what I meant. 

    A "day" consists of sunlight. The night consists of darkness.

    If you want to be anal about this, read your own quote

    AlaskanDame:
    Nope, all days are the same length, about 24 hours+

    There are two times a year when the earth's axis is tilted neither toward nor away from the sun, resulting in a "nearly" equal amount of daylight and darkness at all latitudes...

    They are referred to as the "equinoxes" from latin... aequus nox

    One day is not in fact 24 hours and is in fact 23 hours and 56 minutes

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