Friday, July 29, 2016

Are You Ready, Its Ten Per^Cent . . . . . .


Should the Times in An Age bring Milk Glass to a Pitcher is it a 'thumbprint' or is it root beer that would identify the setting of a Table??  That being said, do you know which spoon goes to fork as what would Ronn Owens on KGO say at the beginning of a Fine Dining Experience or, would Alan Colmes say to Mr. Dopplerson that NO, its called An Appetizer. 

Only one hint as you should already know the radio this is the stick.key on what technique to inquire?? Permission or Warn.Knee.EAN as what is the cost on a listen as to that logging on or does it, should it, would it involve a greater expectation of no privacy??

     a. The Alan Colmes Show, a nationally syndicated talk-radio show distributed by Fox News Radio that also airs throughout the United States on Fox News Talk on Sirius and XM

BEING THAT FRANK would the Cable Car Men go clang eat.T clang Or would the Cable Car Men know that the cars in front of them on the Tracks understand that people hang-off the sides of the Cable Cars already??  This is a very tough question as the Cable Cars in San Francisco never told very many that I heard to stay on the boards, yet should I not being born and raised there and should I been riding the Cable Cars on tourist days would I have heard that lecture or warning as a precursor to the natural or mandatory instructions that I don't know exist or existed??  For I, I knew not to do those things that I see on the rice-a-roni ding,ding commercials, however who's responsibility is it when you know that the Trained Cable Car Men are around yet are working on the whatchamacallit inside the Cable Car to say to the passenger on the Cable Car that that looks like a dangerous move??  Remember this is a heavy thinking question and the answer is not not blowing in the wind as how far can a bell be heard should you have been fortunate enough to have had a Mother that married a Man that allowed you to sleep with the windows open so that you could count the foghorns as they blew independent of one another and the entire goal was to see if you could count the same sounding foghorn twice before you fell-off to sleep.  Is this counting sheep?? Or is this knowing that when you got up in the morning the window was indeed closed and the breeze that would have frozen you in mid of night would have given more than a chill but would have said . . . . . . .. . 

Smoked glass

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term smoked glass refers to two different types of glass. It can be either of the following:

The smoked glass King's Library inside the British Library
(1) Smoked glass is a flat sheet of glass held in the smoke of a candle flame (or other inefficiently burning hydrocarbon) such that one surface of the sheet of glass is covered in a layer of smoke residue. The glass is then used as a medium for recording pen traces in scientific instruments. The advantages of using the glass are that the recording medium is easily renewable (just re-smoke the glass), and that the trace obtained can easily be magnified by projection onto a suitable surface.[1][2][3] A variation on this scheme is the use of smoked paper in early seismographs.[4]
(2) Smoked glass is glass manufactured with darkening materials incorporated, such that light passing through the glass is decreased inbrightness. It can be used aesthetically, for example, in the manufacture of coffee tables with smoked glass tops. It can also be used in scientific instruments as a filter, as in the use of smoked glass in cross-staves and sextants, allowing operators to make sun sightings without damaging their eyesight.