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Windows 7: Wotzdisden [2]

03 May 2011   #1521
derekimo

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Is that a serrated blade on the left? Could it be a robot home security device to saw buglers legs off?
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04 May 2011   #1522
alfred01

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Is it for making something?
yes it is for making something
and ill give a hint:
this is a cropped picture and think back to your childhood.......what is rainbow colored that was used in school for projects

For making ribbons for the Gay Pride Parade?
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04 May 2011   #1523
theski232

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Is it for making something?
yes it is for making something
and ill give a hint:
this is a cropped picture and think back to your childhood.......what is rainbow colored that was used in school for projects
For making ribbons for the Gay Pride Parade?
my question is what type of school did you grow up in where you made ribbons for the gay pride parade?
and you are close with ribbons but not quite
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04 May 2011   #1524
Thorsen

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Cutting Yarn? or String to specific lengths to tie ribbons together for the gay pride parade?
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04 May 2011   #1525
rbeldua

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weaving machine?
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04 May 2011   #1526
theski232

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weaving machine?
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Cutting Yarn? or String to specific lengths to tie ribbons together for the gay pride parade?
yes both of you are right it is a lego weaving machine for yarn, and i guess it could be used to make ribbons for a gay pride parade.
who ever gets it first, rbeldua or Thorsen your up


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04 May 2011   #1527
alfred01

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Cutting Yarn? or String to specific lengths to tie ribbons together for the gay pride parade?

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04 May 2011   #1528
alfred01

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit SP1
 
 

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weaving machine?
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Cutting Yarn? or String to specific lengths to tie ribbons together for the gay pride parade?
yes both of you are right it is a lego weaving machine for yarn, and i guess it could be used to make ribbons for a gay pride parade.
who ever gets it first, rbeldua or Thorsen your up
I'm curious about your school as well. Is this a common Lego machine in public schools in the U.S.? Up here in the backwoods of Canadar wes aint nevr scene noh contrapshuns leyek thatn.
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04 May 2011   #1529
theski232

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weaving machine?
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Cutting Yarn? or String to specific lengths to tie ribbons together for the gay pride parade?
yes both of you are right it is a lego weaving machine for yarn, and i guess it could be used to make ribbons for a gay pride parade.
who ever gets it first, rbeldua or Thorsen your up
I'm curious about your school as well. Is this a common Lego machine in public schools in the U.S.? Up here in the backwoods of Canadar wes aint nevr scene noh contrapshuns leyek thatn.
no it is not common to have a contrapshuns leyek thatn the school, but it was common to use yarn in projects in elementary school
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04 May 2011   #1530
alfred01

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit SP1
 
 

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yes both of you are right it is a lego weaving machine for yarn, and i guess it could be used to make ribbons for a gay pride parade.
who ever gets it first, rbeldua or Thorsen your up
I'm curious about your school as well. Is this a common Lego machine in public schools in the U.S.? Up here in the backwoods of Canadar wes aint nevr scene noh contrapshuns leyek thatn.
no it is not common to have a contrapshuns leyek thatn the school, but it was common to use yarn in projects in elementary school
Yarn, thats what we say when asked "where's ya Pa" "well he's over yar'n"

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