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  1. BruceBergman commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn about 1 month ago

    If you can hear up into the ultrasonic a bit, it’s a Unicorn Whistle too.

  2. BruceBergman commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    They’ve discovered a new variation on the Monkey Trap. But they aren’t White Snakes, they’re Lizards, and the enclave is nowhere near Boston.

  3. BruceBergman commented on Dark Side of the Horse 4 months ago

    As a California native: We’ve seen this train wreck of a Drought coming for 100+ years, and haven’t done borscht about it in the last 40.

  4. BruceBergman commented on Dark Side of the Horse 4 months ago

    I’ve been hollering the answer for 20 years but nobody is listening – More dams and reservoirs, more rain and reclaimed water reinjection, more aqueducts from farther away – that can be chained together and extended.

    One aqueduct headed north into Oregon and Washington State, with an option for B.C. And a second one connecting the Colorado to the Rio Grande and Mississippi.

  5. BruceBergman commented on The Barn 5 months ago

    The notable exception being Reindeer.

    And Polling can be done like Branding, both with hot cauterizing methods (a big branding iron) or Cryogenic cautery (liquid nitrogen) to kill the horn at the base bud before it starts.

  6. BruceBergman commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 5 months ago

    As a data point, it’s finally here. And they are going to have to start buying the restaurant size jugs of dressing…

  7. BruceBergman commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 8 months ago

    It’s Only A Comic Strip, You Really Should Relax… ;-) It’s Magic – Leave it alone.

  8. BruceBergman commented on Dark Side of the Horse 8 months ago

    All depends on what you’re responding with, both the material, the SPL volume and the distortion level.

    “Apocalypse Now” Ride of the Valkyries (full orchestral) is a good choice, but it has to be both loud and clean.

    I’d pick Don Dorsey’s (Telarc Beethoven or Bust) Rondo A Capriccio In G Major Op. 129: ‘Rage over a Lost Penny’ or (Telarc Bachbusters) Toccata & Fugue in D Minor myself. But you better drop serious coin on speakers and amps.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RZbPEbEHlo

  9. BruceBergman commented on Dark Side of the Horse 8 months ago

    Easy to make tumbleweeds into fuel – Just go collect them along the fence-lines on windy days.

    One pass through a brush chipper to make them compact to transport, right into the boiler, make steam, make electricity.

  10. BruceBergman commented on The Barn 11 months ago

    Well if he can’t tune a piano, while he’s here perhaps he can tuna fish.

    (Cue the “Unidentified Flying Tuna Trot”) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eM_yLicXoU