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Topic # 12666 29-Mar-2007 20:02
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Try and guess what everything is in this photo:

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I'll start it off. The CD down the bottom of the rack is 'Stadium Arcadium'.

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  Reply # 65494 29-Mar-2007 20:14

Air New Zealand 767-200 (Old Scheme)
Air New Zealand 747-200 (Old Scheme)
Maybe a DC-3 Model under the 767??
Air New Zealand 737-300 (Old Scheme) down far end?

Cancer Society SPF30+ Sunblock

Invoice for no doubt computer parts on top of stereo


Some Model Logitech Speakers
Blue Bic Biro


House Season One DVD Set

Apple iMac 20" (Intel Based)

Red Katmandu Flask/Bottle thing


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  Reply # 65495 29-Mar-2007 20:18

I dislike playing games. This is a serious forum. Please be serious.

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  Reply # 65496 29-Mar-2007 20:22

Are you serious? [/smirk]

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  Reply # 65499 29-Mar-2007 20:45
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shaunyboy: I dislike playing games. This is a serious forum. Please be serious.

Lighten up - this the offtopic forum - what a cool post Fossie!!




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  Reply # 65500 29-Mar-2007 20:47
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I see a swatch twinphone in there...




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  Reply # 65502 29-Mar-2007 20:57
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I see a desk with missing keyboard drawer, and two normal drawer's
A wall
A curtain
A poster of a questionable cricket team
A window

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  Reply # 65510 29-Mar-2007 21:56
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I see a Mac 'computer' that wants to be a PC, but fails miserably

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  Reply # 65522 29-Mar-2007 22:34

Apple iMac 20"
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.16GHz
Intel ICH7 -based mainboard, SATA, IDE, Audio, SuperIO, LPC, SMbus, EHCI USB2.0 & UHCI USB 1.1
Intel 945GM PCI-E Northbridge/Memory controller and embedded ATI Radeon X1600, 2x1GB DDR667 SO-DIMMs SMA (shared memory architecture)
Marvell Yukon-PHY Gigabit Ethernet 88E8053 PCI-Express
Broadcom 4311 802.11a,b,g Wireless chipset, mobile-PCI with upgrade-able firmware (software upgrade to support 802.11n)
Apple Mighty Mouse




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  Reply # 65527 29-Mar-2007 22:47
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a trampoline / clothesline / shed out the window


single paned window glass




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  Reply # 65529 29-Mar-2007 22:50
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Barf is right with the iMac
Its a shed out the window
Cranz nearly got the planes right, the rest was right


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  Reply # 65531 29-Mar-2007 23:09
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I see the reflection of a photographer in his underwear.



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  Reply # 65532 29-Mar-2007 23:12
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Thats weird because i dont remember wearing underwear...

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  Reply # 65545 30-Mar-2007 07:45
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Nylon wallet containing $5.30, a bus ticket, a debit card and a flybuys card

Plate from breakfast, containing a few dried cornflakes - but no spoon

Some dirty laundry, don't know why it's not on the floor with the rest of the clothes

Not sure what's on top of the laundry, too hard to tell. It could be a digital compact camera but compact cameras generally aren't that clever.




 



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  Reply # 65548 30-Mar-2007 07:55
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Tim ---> http://www.geekzone.co.nz/Fossie/2544


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Reply # 65549 30-Mar-2007 08:05
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Ah ha! It really was just a guess. I'd assumed you used the EOS350D to take the photo.





 

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