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Re: Truth in Fiction
#150: October 09, 2020, 09:31:58 PM
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What is it about telephone booths that are so special (see 'Bill and Ted' and 'Dr.Who' for example)?

How do pay phones operate

Electricity.

Let's try it like this how does the phone know you've inserted the proper amount of money how does the phone what do you hear when dialing buttons or when you pick up the phone before dialing ?

The coin relay system uses magnets to check the polarity of the coins to ensure they are the right value. 
The coin relay is connected by a 24V AC wire, and a 100V DC wire. 

It's a simple electromagnetic device.

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so, tones then?
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The dial tone sound is simply a combination of 350-hertz tone and a 440-hertz tone, and it sounds like this.

You then dial the number using a touch-tone keypad. The different dialing sounds are made of pairs of tones:

1 = 697 Hz + 1,209 Hz

2 = 697 Hz + 1,336 Hz

3 = 697 Hz + 1,477 Hz

4 = 770 Hz + 1,209 Hz   etc.
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Phone booths with closed doors are used because the enclosed electromagnetic field combined with the tones/ frequencies allow the booth users to travel through dimensions or alter mindsets. 

It has to be enclosed.
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This cartoon from 1967 explores how minds can be changed with the EM field.
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Also Interesting..

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The DTMF telephone keypad is laid out as a matrix of push buttons in which each row represents the low frequency component and each column represents the high frequency component of the DTMF signal. The commonly used keypad has four rows and three columns, but a fourth column is present for some applications. Pressing a key sends a combination of the row and column frequencies. For example, the 1 key produces a superimposition of a 697 Hz low tone and a 1209 Hz high tone. Initial pushbutton designs employed levers, enabling each button to activate one row and one column contact. The tones are decoded by the switching center to determine the keys pressed by the user.
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yep. ! Blue Boxing & Red Boxing  back in  the day only one  using ACTS.I dunno if this is still up but was fun "tracerout bad.horse "  for Unix command -- words are from Bad horse chorus on dr horribles sing along blog ,on my windows I used tracert- -Network utility application  for  Macs .  doesn't  always work perfectly so many connections but great for laughs."ACTS automated coin toll service "
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#151: October 13, 2020, 04:28:16 PM
According to this part from American Dad the Olympics is a giant orgy fest of people with the best bodies in the world.

American Dad: Klaus Story (Season 10 Episode 12 Clip) | TBS
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#152: October 25, 2020, 03:46:36 PM
Reminds me of that story about the worms a few months ago

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#153: November 04, 2020, 08:47:01 AM
“It has the name and address of every witch in America!”

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Re: Truth in Fiction
#154: November 06, 2020, 03:25:16 PM
In Disney's 'The Sleeping Beauty' why would the most powerful character be demonized? Maleficent wasn't invited to one of the gatherings they had but the three stooges of fairies were. This made her upset and she cursed Aurora to eventually sleep for a long period.

Sleep is the cousin of Death. I'm sure if she wanted to Maleficent could have killed Aurora. She is the 'bad guy' in the story yet her power is that of life itself while the three bumbling fool fairies are supposed to be the better ones.

Her favorite form is that of a black/purple dragon and she known for being fond of 'ultimate power' and 'causing chaos'. Maleficent sounds like an aspect of Saturn to me.
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#155: November 06, 2020, 04:36:33 PM
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Maleficent wasn't invited to one of the gatherings they had but the three stooges of fairies were.

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Her favorite form is that of a black/purple dragon and she known for being fond of 'ultimate power' and 'causing chaos'. Maleficent sounds like an aspect of Saturn to me.

Great points, it sounds like Hela with a female Baldur. Identify one and the rest fall into place, suddenly the great drama auto extracts.

Maleficent the malefic planet puts Briar Rose the ‘aurora’ planet to sleep. Philip the ‘horse loving’ (think Aryan) planet battles the dragon planet to restore the aurora and reveille humanity.
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#156: November 06, 2020, 07:24:24 PM
Speaking of Maleficent, it’s clone movie “Mirror Mirror” came out in 2012, the year a lot of Mandela effects started to be noticed.

Ever wondered how a movie named after a Mandela effect is still here? (It’s actually magic mirror on the wall now)
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#157: November 06, 2020, 08:00:35 PM
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Speaking of Maleficent, it’s clone movie “Mirror Mirror” came out in 2012, the year a lot of Mandela effects started to be noticed.

Ever wondered how a movie named after a Mandela effect is still here? (It’s actually magic mirror on the wall now)

What movie was named after a Mandela effect?
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#158: November 06, 2020, 08:08:28 PM
The movie “Mirror Mirror” still uses the “old” quote from the original Snow White movie.

Now, post Mandela effect the quote in the original Snow White movie is “magic mirror on the wall who’s the fairest of them all”
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#159: November 23, 2020, 10:16:04 PM
i thought there might be a connection between changelings and reptilians

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In the Star Trek universe, the Dominion is an interstellar state and military superpower from the Gamma Quadrant, composed of hundreds of dominated alien species. The Dominion is commanded by Changelings/The Founders, a race of shapeshifters responsible for both the creation of the Dominion and all strategic decisions undertaken throughout its history. The Dominion is administered by the Vorta, clones specifically genetically engineered by the Founders to act as field commanders, administrators, scientists and diplomats. The Jem'Hadar, also engineered by the Founders, are the military arm of the Dominion and one of the most powerful military forces in the galaxy during the Dominion's height.
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#160: November 24, 2020, 09:25:21 PM
ever watch A Game of Death while pondering Brandon Lee and the Crow?
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#161: November 27, 2020, 01:21:04 PM
'Finding Nemo' is a story about a clown fish looking for his lost son literally named 'no one. nobody' with the help of a fish with short term memory. Isn't that funny?

The name 'finding Nemo' implies that you never actually 'find' this 'Nemo'. Even though technically in the film he does find his apparent son named 'Nemo', the title implies that there is a search being done but like he who ventures to the edge of reality, will never find what they are looking for.

So what was the story really about?
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#162: November 27, 2020, 11:08:17 PM
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'Finding Nemo' is a story about a clown fish looking for his lost son literally named 'no one. nobody' with the help of a fish with short term memory. Isn't that funny?

The name 'finding Nemo' implies that you never actually 'find' this 'Nemo'. Even though technically in the film he does find his apparent son named 'Nemo', the title implies that there is a search being done but like he who ventures to the edge of reality, will never find what they are looking for.

So what was the story really about?
getting over fear i think
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#163: November 28, 2020, 01:27:20 AM
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'Finding Nemo' is a story about a clown fish looking for his lost son literally named 'no one. nobody' with the help of a fish with short term memory. Isn't that funny?

The name 'finding Nemo' implies that you never actually 'find' this 'Nemo'. Even though technically in the film he does find his apparent son named 'Nemo', the title implies that there is a search being done but like he who ventures to the edge of reality, will never find what they are looking for.

So what was the story really about?
getting over fear i think

Maybe the film is some kind of pun about the 'real world', the modern civilization we live in and our roles in it (father, mother, son etc). Or maybe a movie about a clown (fish) looking for his lost son literally named 'nobody, no one' really is just about that.
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Re: Truth in Fiction
#164: November 28, 2020, 04:31:26 AM
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'Finding Nemo' is a story about a clown fish looking for his lost son literally named 'no one. nobody' with the help of a fish with short term memory. Isn't that funny?

The name 'finding Nemo' implies that you never actually 'find' this 'Nemo'. Even though technically in the film he does find his apparent son named 'Nemo', the title implies that there is a search being done but like he who ventures to the edge of reality, will never find what they are looking for.

So what was the story really about?
getting over fear i think

Inversion dude.

Finding omen
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