Watch OUT!

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  1. steve_64
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    But it's not abstract anymore. It's proven we create our reality.
  2. Mike Draper
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    Ive always been a watch guy. Cant stand not having one on for some reason. At the same time in the middle of summer i cant stand wearing it when im all sweaty. The i-watch fixed that for me. The most comfortable watch ive ever owned. Has the time and date, weather and temperature, time of sunset and sunrise i can see at a glance on the main screen. When when i get texts while cleaning i glance at my watch to see if its important. I love it. Tracks my calories and steps through the day as well.
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    This is what I read most about time being illusion.. it just an issue of time being fundemental or not. This is good video of why time might be an illusion..
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  4. sOOper hero
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    I'm not smart enough to understand what that means

    reality exists
    what we created were ways to describe it, measure it, quantify it

    this moment in time exists and continually passes to the next "right now"
    it's not an abstract thing or a complicated thing ...it's a "right now" thing..and exists as long as you exist

    we didn't "create" anything but the terminology for it and tools to measure the past, present and future "right nows"

    call it "right now", time or Sally ..it still exists

    .L.T.A.
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    what some think of as real others would say is delusional and vice versa

    are the seasons real are they measurable

    tick tock tick tock
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    Steve's not delusional ....just gOOffy....

    Lovable, but goofy nonetheless :icon_razz::icon_razz:

    .L.T.A.
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    I created a Marching Band Show Called "Time"

    I got the idea from Watching Twilight Zone as a kid.

    Some guy had a stop watch that when he hit the stop, he would stop time....everyone frozen...he would move on and do as he pleased while people stopped in time.

    He dropped the watch...and everyone stayed frozen permanent by accident...

    I had the idea of making the Worlds largest Hour Glass for the show...even entered it into the Guinness World Records...but it was not traditional enough to qualify.

    I built it in my shop....was a crazy project and we had to time it so we didn't run out of beads in the hour glass (was kind of the theme of the show) so we would not be stuck in time.....boy did we have some close moments in the show of almost running out of beads....it was a crowd thriller people watching and seeing if we would make it in time to finish the show....took a lot of rehearsal with the band to be perfect time!




    Bad video someone uploaded....but the idea


    Music based of Chic Corea Jazz musician

    Hour Glass High.jpg Hour glass High & close.jpg Hour glass Gundy & Kelsey.jpg Kacey in Band  action.jpg
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    always wondered about male flute players
    The horn guys were all'ite, reed guys too (and in particular sax... but Oboe dudes are odd)

    and everyone knows chics dig drummers best:cool:

    but flutes....


    ..L.T.A.
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    Well, Off to work I go. Hope you guys in the midwest stay warm. I honestly don't know how you do it. Even fishing is hard.

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    Heard something about youinz getting rain
    musta got a lot.......


    ..L.T.A.
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    Yeah, I'm working in the rain today, and yesterday I was using my new weed-eater in a downpour. But still better than snow. I'll deal with it.
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    (...it must have been the drugs?)
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  13. steve_64
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    Ive been looking at life different than most from the beginning.

    I like my version.
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    And you guys all thought.....
    I was nucking futs......
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    Animals don't seem to live outside the moment. Their "time" is programmed for them.

    Some people are similar.
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    TIME! TIME! TIME!
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    I'm nuts because I didn't fall into the brainwashing of civilization? Because I think for myself and am open to new ideas?

    Maybe I am.
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    No “may be”
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    But..


    How is your life different than mine or Jimmys?
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    I learned a long time ago that I needed to conform to society if I want to be happy. It was and can still be a struggle for me.
    I see how wrong society is and how messed up people really are but I can't dwell on it.
    Life is no different for any of us just how we veiw it. It's why some can rise out if poverty while others can't. For one example.

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