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  #2520215 9-Jul-2020 17:35
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I Held a Fake Class for Americans about Australian Culture

Lewis Spears

I hired a classroom in Los Angeles California to teach Americans about Australia*
*None of it true


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  #2521340 12-Jul-2020 08:19
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How to do a deep fake. Who will use first: the Trump campaign, the Lincoln Project, the Russians or Chinese? Maybe “a leopard never changes its spots”Roger Stone?

I can safely retire now.

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  #2524252 16-Jul-2020 17:54
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How Safe is a Sawstop Saw? - Never Before Seen 19,000 FPS HD Slow-Mo Video

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  #2526752 21-Jul-2020 20:32
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If you like "dumb Americans" and "Walmart" videos, you'll like this

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  #2528520 25-Jul-2020 11:39
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If you like proper flying

 





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  #2528524 25-Jul-2020 12:02
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rb99:

 

Thanks for posting!  Those planes were awesome, I distinctly remember standing on the bridge wing of a Leander (so about 30ft above sea level) and looking down on one as it flashed past at 400kts or so.


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  #2528568 25-Jul-2020 12:31
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shk292:

 

rb99:

 

Thanks for posting!  Those planes were awesome, I distinctly remember standing on the bridge wing of a Leander (so about 30ft above sea level) and looking down on one as it flashed past at 400kts or so.

 

 

If I'd had more sense and tried a lot harder at selection a few decades ago maybe I could have ended up getting a lot closer to them than just watching videos.

 

Still, its interesting to watch, as well as read the odd thread about how impressed the locals were at Red Flag when the Buccaneers turned up there, and how well they did practising attacks on American ships in the Med.

 

This, or similar stuff, is quite interesting -

 

 

or indeed https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKRC6h8Vk4d2a9hHDrS1hMA

 

Interesting general stuff here https://www.pprune.org/military-aviation-57/ , unless you're more they Navy type.





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  #2528943 26-Jul-2020 12:21
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rb99:

 

If I'd had more sense and tried a lot harder at selection a few decades ago maybe I could have ended up getting a lot closer to them than just watching videos.

 

Still, its interesting to watch, as well as read the odd thread about how impressed the locals were at Red Flag when the Buccaneers turned up there, and how well they did practising attacks on American ships in the Med.

 

This, or similar stuff, is quite interesting -

 

or indeed https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKRC6h8Vk4d2a9hHDrS1hMA

 

Interesting general stuff here https://www.pprune.org/military-aviation-57/ , unless you're more they Navy type.

 

 

Thanks, I'll check those out.  I'm Navy, not an aviator but keen interest in aviation and lucky enough to learn to fly with RN early in my engineering career.  Instructors were mostly ex-military from WW2/Korea/cold war era so some great anecdotes and instructional techniques


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  #2528947 26-Jul-2020 13:03
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You did ? Cool. I would never have been officer material, but still, serious jealousy ensues...





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  #2529921 28-Jul-2020 09:21
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I'm linking this short movie because it good but also to raise the profile of Dust channel which does sci-fi short films of often surprising quality.

https://youtu.be/2KYqA7a_uZo

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SpongeBob Anime Ep #1: Bubble Bass Arc

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  #2532543 1-Aug-2020 07:25
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No seriously.

Why Australia is Actually an American Company


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There is a lot going on in this video, these guys make the modern tiktoker look like chumps. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfS7FHhpT2g

 

Then there is Patrick Hernandz..........pretty sure he took a acid-tab in the 70's and woke up in the 80's holding a cane with a perm mullet wondering where the last 10 years went. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJE4gH0X7Pg

 

 


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This video contains lots of bad language so I’m just going to link it

“Bunnings Ad for Karen” by Heath Franklin’s ‘Chopper’

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzRzL8T03Ao





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