Review: Thermaltake Muse eSATA

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    Machine made, for tours :) if you want the real shiz you have to have the correct clay based paint (which comes from rocks, you would have to ask the skilled ones about that)
     
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    I don't think so...

    ...this stuff isn't machine painted, but maybe the wood is machine fabricated. I have the boomerang in my hand right now, looking at the stickers on the back.

    (1) Aboriginal art. This product is hand painted, it is not screen printed or stenciled. Beware of imitation artworks.

    (2) Aboriginalia; Hand Painted Traditional Aboriginal Art; Aboriginal designs date back to the infinite past; "The Dreamtime"; A collectors item; Made in Australia; Distributed by W.W.S. (07)38811822
     
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    Cool, you have an Infinity Stick, I must own it, I am the Infinity man! You must give me the Infinity Stick or forever suffer the torment of ITCHY BUNGHOLE!!!
     
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    Lol shows its not from the true Aborignials :p the ones who lived in the dream time :p
     
    unholy, Feb 4, 2006
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    In 1954 the British Government, in order to maintain the balance
    of power between East and West, exploded their first atom bomb at
    Woomera. They failed to contact all of the Aborigine peoples at
    the time. The Aborigines still call this 'the day of the cloud.'

    Dreamtime
    (Anderson/Bruford/Wakeman/Howe/Bacon)

    A new born land
    Dreaming by the sky
    The scent of colours
    In the flowers
    Believe it's small
    In many ways
    It holds the key
    That divides the super powers
    This road is never lonely
    To ENGLAND they are tied
    They were blasted by the Silver Cloud
    There were blasted to the wall alive
    This place, this place ain't big enough for stars and stripes
    Counting out the statesmen
    Bungling one by one
    Spelling out this segregation
    So the catchword be
    Looking after number one
    They release the fear inside
    Are human after all
    So begins our dream time
    They hunted like the dinosaur
    We the pure
    They the savage innocent
    How we crush our existence after all
    Come on
    For without them
    We are lonely
    This England we are blind
    Like all the Empires crumble
    Will surely change the tide
    This place ain't big enough for red and white
    This place ain't big enough for stars and stripes
    This place - This place
    This place is theirs, by their birthright
    This place
    The sun gives better reasons
    United we are blind
    To deliver our existence
    Keep it up
    Keep it up
    This human tide, give it some
    We can break the ties
    Of recent changes
    Know the ones who
    Hold the key
    Singing out the congregation
    We are them and they are we
    This place ain't big enough for red and white
    This place ain't big enough for stars and stripes
    This place
    This place
    This place is theirs by their birthright
     
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    whered u get that rubbish from? The only attack Australia has had would have been the Japanese during WWII.

    Not to mention we only have one Nuclear Reactor throughout the whole Australia, and it is not even use for power production, but for radioactive isotopes :p
     
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    Dude, you really are clueless sometimes, the lyrics I posted related to the testing of nuclear weapons in an area where aboriginals were not cleared out from, so yes, there's nothing incorrect about anything I said. I don't know what your "howard" is but, er, okay.
     
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    Howard would be referring to our prime minister, didn't know he was solely owned by Unholy though :|
     
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    he is mine i solely own his decaying corpse of uglyness, though i try not to show that i do, u just caught me out :|

    I have never heard of the british bombing Woomera, show me some evidence!
     
    unholy, Feb 8, 2006
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    I just DID show you evidence, weren't you paying attention?

    Here again for your reading pleasure, is more information.

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q="British+Atomic+Testing"++Woomera&btnG=Google+Search

    I can't be bothered to provide any more proof, this is like asking me to prove that the sky is blue, just LOOK FOR YOURSELF. For God's sake this is not a big secret, it happened first in the 1950's, it's well known, everyone knows about this, that you live in Australia and don't know it is pretty sad to be honest.
     
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    But i did search for it and all i got was the christmas island Atomic Testing :p
     
    unholy, Feb 10, 2006
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    You ARE a few beers short of a 6 pack aren't you? Like 6.

    I provided the actual links with the search already completed for you, all you had to do was click on it and read any of the numerous articles.

    Ugh! There are too many links to even provide them directly, reports of the tests from the 50's and reports of a sheep farm in Woomera where they're going to dump nuclear waste, etc etc etc... How can you NOT know about this stuff? How can you still not after I've given you direct links to the stories? I don't get it. You scare me sometimes man, really ya do.

    X? Could you please go over to his house, click on the links for him and point his eyeballs at the relevant text, if he can't read it, please, read it to him, if he still doesn't get it, just beat him over the head with a medium sized trout.
     
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    Nah, his house is about 15 minutes away. I'll just give him a clobbering at school :p
     
    XhArD, Feb 11, 2006
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    Oh, okay, well clobber your teachers too if they didn't teach this. Or better yet, when you go to school tomorrow, talk to your history teacher, ask her or him to please, go into some detail about the nuclear testing in your country by the British, specifically in places like Woomera. If your teacher doesn't know, tell him or her to contact me, give them my email address, I'll read 'em the riot act.
     
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    Act 1 or Act 2? Ever since attending all these social events, I've paid enough attention to know there are several acts, and sometimes the first act is better. The last act is usually the best, because the event will be over when the act ends.
     
    bigal, Feb 11, 2006
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    Actually the Riot Act is in 4 parts, like most decent plays. It's in the 3rd act that you really come to grips with things, the whole thing comes to a head in the 4th act of course but by then most of the actors are killed off and you're left with the protagonist and his arch rival. Usually the 2nd act you can almost skip, it's just a bunch of going over stuff you'll realize just by watching the first, third and fourth acts.
     
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    So the 1st act is a tough act to follow?
     
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    So they always say, which is fairly often brought out in the play, as they say, the play's the thing... Well, "they" don't say it, Hamlet said it and he's been played by a lot of people so technically yeah, it's a they, but not the universal "they" that you hear so much about. He was of course royalty, so he could have been a royal "We" which would increase his "they'ness" but still, not that all encompasing "they" we hear so much about.

    So, anyway, yeah, hard act to follow, right. Hmm... So did you get much snow there?
     
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