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My suggestions to kill time

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posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 08:05 AM
This is for you ATS people, hope it will kill off some boredom...

PC games:

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Im a addict for sci-fi so I made this Top15 on youtube, all good


This is the reason I became intrested in the E.T subject, because of these brave men. If you have not seen it, you are wasting time reading this.. DO IT
A large number of ex high ranking officals including air traffic controllers, ex secret op. officers, commercial pilots, numorous military defence specialists with top secret clearance, people who had access to very sensitive documents lieutenants, ex commanders in the u.s airforce, astronauts,etc...

CONFESSIONS OF A SUPERHERO is a feature length documentary that chronicles the lives of three mortal men and one woman who make their living working as superhero characters on Hollywood Boulevard. This deeply personal look into their daily routines reveals their hardships and triumphs as they pursue and achieve their own kind of fame. The Hulk sold his Super Nintendo for a bus ticket to LA; Wonder Woman was a mid-western homecoming queen; Batman struggles with his anger, while Superman's psyche is consumed by the Man of Steel. Although the Walk of Fame is right beneath their feet, their own paths to stardom prove to be long, hard climbs

PC games:

Best srategy game for the time being, playing this until Diablo3 comes out

No matter what I always come back to this game at some point, it got so much to offer that one will never have time enough in a lifetime to try it all out, think I read about it would take 60 years to learn all skills in this game.. a real time killer
LOVE IT.. I belive there is 10 days free try out time. Forget world of warcraft, I was on that wagon once.. this have so much more to offer. And its incredible beutiful...
number of in-game professions and activities, including mining, piracy, manufacturing, trading, exploration and combat (both player versus environment and player versus player). The range of activities available to the player is facilitated by a character advancement system based upon training skills in real time, even while not logged into the game


I dont read many books, but one I read was this. Its a quick read and sums up all the talk bout montauk project
The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time by Preston B. Nichols and Peter Moon is the first book in a popular series detailing time travel experiments at the Montauk Air Force Base at the eastern tip of Long Island as part of the Montauk Project.


If you got the munchy munch only one thing can please your mighty appetite

Mashed potatoes and gravy

Things You'll Need:
* Water
* Flour
* Meat drippings
* Broth

1 Mix the flour and water a half hour before you take the meat out of the oven. Put 3 tbsp. of flour in a 1-cup measuring cup and fill with water to the 1 cup line. Stir to dissolve the flour into the water. The consistency should be paste-like. Set it aside.

2 Take the meat out of the oven and transfer to a platter. Cover the meat with a aluminum foil tent to keep it warm.

3 Pour the drippings from the cooking pan into a heatproof measuring cup. Wear oven mitts to avoid being burned. Place the cooking pan over a burner turned to medium heat. Slowly pour in water while scraping up the remaining drippings from the pan with a wooden spoon. Add just enough water to get all the drippings.

4 Pour the scraped drippings and water from the pan into the measuring cup with the other drippings. You need one cup to make the gravy. If you don't have a cup of drippings with liquid, add beef broth or chicken broth to make the cup, depending on the meat you are serving. If you don't have broth, use water.

5 Pour the drippings into a saucepan and turn the heat to medium high. Bring the dripping just to a boil.

6 Stir the flour and water mix again to remix. Pour about 2 tbsp. into the drippings and stir. If the flour mix blends in immediately and the drippings continue to bubble, slowly pour in about 1/3 of the flour mix, continually stirring while adding in the flour.

7 Turn down the temperature to medium and continue adding the flour mix, a little at a time. Continue stirring while you add the mix. When you see the gravy begin to thicken, lower the temperature and stop adding the flour mix.

8 Look at the color of the gravy. For beef gravy, the color should be dark brown, as should pork gravy. Chicken and turkey gravy should have a golden hue.

9 Taste test the gravy. If it is too sweet and thin, turn the temperature up slightly and add a little more of the flour mix. If it is dry tasting or bland, add a little more broth or water and a pinch of salt and continue to simmer.

10 Turn the temperature off when the gravy is just right and allow it to sit for 5 minutes while you get the rest of the meal ready to serve. Stir before serving.


OMG OMG give me this and I go crazy

Cashew Nuts and Coca Cola


I HATE when people put people in small boxes, I got a box for each state of mind im in, makes sense ?

Well.. I listen to internet radio, to lazy to pirat some mp3´s.. the radio just keeps going with the music I need in that time and space. Here are the links

Downbeat Chill music:

Easy going Phychedelic: ( press listen at top )

Dark Psychedelic ( press listen at top )

Dupstep Radio ( press listen at top )

Useful homepages

RSOE EDIS - Emergency and disaster world map realtime

vozME - convert text to mp3 and download it

Upload a picture and find similar images (great way to debunk the ufo picture fakers sometimes)

As the adress say: one free program give away each day, no bull

posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 08:16 AM
or, if you want your mind warped, read THE MUSIC OF TIME.....creepy ,but interesting.

posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 08:16 AM
I had to reply quickly about the Montauk Project, looking it up now, to see if it has any relation to Project Trojan Horse as described in J.J. Benitez's book interesting s+f for the whole post!

posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 08:18 AM
majestic, read my cher philadelphia thread....

posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 10:09 AM
Movies: (any spoof, such as Airplane, Hot Shots, Police Squad...never gets old)

Documentary: (anything on WW2, Egypt, Rome, or the Universe)

PC games: (Oblivion, any of the Lego movie games like Star Wars, Harry Potter, etc.)

Books: (I have a number of short story collections, and these work best for this kind of thing. Mostly zombie stories)

Food: (Hamburgers, Hot Dogs (with cheese inside))

Snack: (Snickers and Mountain Dew, Funyuns, Chips & Salsa)

Music: (Depends on mood, and what else I'm doing. I never just listen to music, it's always while doing something else, and the music fits that. If cleaning, it's either metal or classical. If relaxing, either classical or new age, or even 80's pop. If driving, really could be anything.)

Useful homepages: (People of Wal-Mart, Failblog, ATS!, Facebook)

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