OK, more add-ons than full consoles, but where's the Sega 32X or the Atari Jaguar CD?
No Vectrex either.
Nice collection though, but far from complete
11 posts • joined 8 Dec 2009
What about putting something like dowel inside the straws while skinning? That would give the extra strength during the curing process, and then they could be removed.
Not sure if when you removed the internal support the whole thing would bend up. This assumes that you haven't sealed the ends of the straws up either. I know you'd have a hard job doing the support struts, but "fixing" the main external edges should provide the support.
Paris - dowel, internals...
Can't work out if some of these are genuine fucktards thinking they are sensible suggestions, or (hopefully) people just taking the piss.
The best 2 posted in the last 5 minutes:
Sponsorship or Advertising on Army Tanks
The Poster lesliecowe thoughtfully mentions that "Obviously any advert needs to be vetted so that it doesn't offend Muslim sensibilities." and the implementation suggestion that "Graphics will need resistance to combat conditions"
But greatest idea so far:
Blair/Brown/Mandy cage fight on pay per view
As long as the joint replacement / pins have been in for a bit (about a month) then there's no problem having a scan with them. Apart from your images look crap, and there's always the risk of some heating.
The Article mentions that 0.7T "is still substantially less than the multi-Tesla fields required for MRI scans" - Not true, there are scanners in the sub 1T field (0.5+) that are in use, such as this one http://www.fonar.com/su_specs.htm although the higer Tesla has it's advantages in most cases.
BSc(Hons) Diagnostic Radiography
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