An informal PSI power challenge

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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#101  Postby DanDare » Dec 24, 2010 1:27 pm

I've been playing along but I'm really holding back. I actual do know precisely what's under your bed.
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#102  Postby twistor59 » Dec 24, 2010 1:31 pm

Come on tj isn't it time to spill the beans......

ETA BEANS! that's it isn't it ? A big stash of baked beans ready for 2012
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#103  Postby Weaver » Dec 24, 2010 5:31 pm

twistor59 wrote:Come on tj isn't it time to spill the beans......

ETA BEANS! that's it isn't it ? A big stash of baked beans ready for 2012

Nah, I'm stocking corn and peanuts - together they make the ultimate recyclable SHTF survival food.
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#104  Postby iamthereforeithink » Dec 24, 2010 6:11 pm

tnjrp: A portable blower or heating device
Weaver: A flat wooden shelf with compartments
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#105  Postby NilsGLindgren » Dec 24, 2010 7:06 pm

Self has been celebrating X-mas for several hours so will not even attempt any further --- attempts. Would hve been off to the pub except too intellectually incapacitated :beer:
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#106  Postby tnjrp » Dec 27, 2010 8:12 am

With the stash of backed beans and a portable heating machine* added to the list I compiled earlier, I must regretfully inform y'all that apart from Dan Dare (who are we to challenge his claim that he knew all along what the mystery object is :pray:), nobody appears to have been able to divulge the real nature of the mystery object under my bed with the use of ESP. Or even without.

The mystery object is in fact the glass door of a shower cabin I got as replacement part for a broken side panel of a different kind of shower cabin and was "gracefully" allowed to keep. Can't figure what to do with the damn thing as it's big (ca. 190x40 cm) tho flat and difficult to dispose of easily, so it's languishing underneath my Japanese-style floor-hugging now.

There. Thank you all for participating, even if it wasn't even close and you can't expect bananas on the house either.

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*) an idea I've been toying with, as it happens, so iamthereforeithink might be eligible for a half point for telepathy. What do the peeps think?
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#107  Postby NilsGLindgren » Dec 27, 2010 8:30 am

I suppose I could consult the I Ching to learn what the superior man would do with the glass door - however, given my propensities, most likely it would be to forget about the thing and go to the pub.

Funny, whenever I consult the I Ching it tells me to go to the pub. :beer:
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#108  Postby tnjrp » Dec 27, 2010 8:33 am

They definitely are trying to tell you something!

Errr...


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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#109  Postby twistor59 » Dec 27, 2010 9:00 am

Hmm,

Iam.. said:

iamthereforeithink wrote:tnjrp: A portable blower or heating device


if I was a real woo-woo, I would claim that as evidence, since I DID have one of those under my bed. I would claim that he simply correlated the psychic information transfer with the wrong person in the thread. :levi:
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#110  Postby tnjrp » Dec 27, 2010 9:25 am

Should we arrange for further testing of iamthereforeithink's telepathological powers?

BTW nice hat, twistor! :thumbup:
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#111  Postby twistor59 » Dec 27, 2010 9:56 am

tnjrp wrote:
BTW nice hat, twistor! :thumbup:


?? I'm not wearing anything on my head.

Oh you're referring to the rare congenital cranial deformity I suffer from, which makes me look like I have antlers. You're so cruel to bring that up :whine: :whine:
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#112  Postby tnjrp » Dec 27, 2010 10:12 am

Don't be such a crybaby. I didn't even lampoon your freakish eyebrows or the weird growth (of mold?) under your nose, did I?
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#113  Postby Weaver » Dec 27, 2010 11:03 am

Someone guessed "a gun" for me ... gee, think you know me much?

But while sorta kinda a little close, it's not correct. What is under my bed at home is a black plastic double rifle case (capable of holding two rifles, not a case for a double rifle), which is currently empty except for the normal foam liner and a detached bipod and sling.

Now I'm quite sure a TV psychic would claim that they were thrown off by the memory of a former gun - some sort of combination of telepathy and homeopathy. But I don't buy it.

I've got another challenge. Under my CURRENT bed - the one in Afghanistan - there are two duffle bags, one cardboard box, and one item which measures about 12"x12"x6". Whoever gets that before, say, Martin Luther King Day in the US will win one (1) Internet.
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#114  Postby NilsGLindgren » Dec 27, 2010 11:54 am

Want me to try I Ching on that? But I warn you - I'll hold you responsible if it directs me pub-wards ...
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#115  Postby Weaver » Dec 27, 2010 11:56 am

You're not blaming me for your impending cirrhosis ... I hear that one can go to the pub and not drink. Seems like a bunch of bullshit to me, but others assure me they've done it themselves.

Sure, give the I Ching a whirl. See if it can succeed - besides, you're probably forgetting what the inside of your pub looks like, aren't you?
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#116  Postby ChasM » Dec 27, 2010 12:35 pm

A shower door and a rifle case - those were my next two predictions. No fair. You guys didn't give me and my team enough time. :(
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#117  Postby The Damned » Dec 27, 2010 12:36 pm

Ask me what word I'm thinking of and if you get it right I'll burn you as a witch.
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#118  Postby NilsGLindgren » Dec 27, 2010 1:00 pm

Weaver wrote:You're not blaming me for your impending cirrhosis ... I hear that one can go to the pub and not drink. Seems like a bunch of bullshit to me, but others assure me they've done it themselves.

Sure, give the I Ching a whirl. See if it can succeed - besides, you're probably forgetting what the inside of your pub looks like, aren't you?

You'd be amazed at the kind of statements that would induce the thought of going to the pub ... one could even start a thread on that I suppose ... :scratch:
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#119  Postby Weaver » Dec 27, 2010 1:21 pm

Oh, I don't think I'd be amazed, really ... ;)
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Re: An informal PSI power challenge

#120  Postby twistor59 » Dec 27, 2010 1:51 pm

tnjrp wrote:Don't be such a crybaby. I didn't even lampoon your freakish eyebrows or the weird growth (of mold?) under your nose, did I?


No, no, you didn't. So I won't mention the fact that you look like a dog.
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