A little humour for your day

Stocker

Well-known member
Joined
Aug 30, 2019
Messages
1,652
Location
Nebraska
1. Is it really on the ground or photoshopped?
2. How would you do that on the ground?
It’s there. I have met the guy who did it. Friend of a friend type thing.

With tillage equipment. If you look up some online there is some insanely elaborate ones.

GPS helps nowadays
 
Last edited:

kansasdad

Well-known member
Joined
Jul 30, 2011
Messages
5,799
Location
Wichita
1. Is it really on the ground or photoshopped?
2. How would you do that on the ground?

Stan Herd is based in Lawrence KS, has done some amazing stuff. The aerial shots always include a tractor semi hidden in the image somewhere to add some scale to what your eyes are seeing.

https://stanherdarts.com/

Here is Stan at a TEDx talk. He designed and did a project using some Manhattan NY ground owned by a certain former President of the US.

 

BrentD

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 3, 2018
Messages
4,684
Location
In the middle
"Penmanship is an important life long skill"

Times I've written something in cursive other than my signature in the last 20 years, 1... you had to write out a paragraph in cursive for the SAT.

Times I've printed something in the last week 0, last month 1.

... also calculus :rolleyes:
You'd be lost without calculus.
 

BrentD

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 3, 2018
Messages
4,684
Location
In the middle
Let's put it this way... I didn't take organic chemistry as a sophomore in HS.
I can only imagine your life if you had. :)

What passes for basic knowledge of how life and nature works today is the ability to recite who has slept with which Kardashian in what order using which pronouns.... not that I'm cynical or anything.

Calculus is like air. You don't notice it all around you all of the time. But, without it, your stick don't float.
 

rwc101

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 9, 2019
Messages
4,316
Location
WY
It's important that x% of the population knows calculus and organic chemistry. I work with brilliant people in those fields every day who can't write a coherent abstract and think a thumb drive passes as secure, permanent, and accessible storage of data.
 

longbow51

Well-known member
Joined
Aug 2, 2020
Messages
1,330
Is "Honk If You Passed P-Chem" still a thing? I also remember a Gandalf thing, way before the movies: P-Chem! You shall not Pass!
 

Latest posts

Forum statistics

Threads
102,506
Messages
1,653,084
Members
32,021
Latest member
cfeist
Top