what type of pantone is this?

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Skryber

Quote from: DigiCorn on March 10, 2022, 11:50:26 PM
Quote from: Possum on March 10, 2022, 12:18:14 PMDigi, you'l love the comment I saw on another forum before Covid even got started. Somebody advocated putting all the anti-vaxxers on a big island somewhere so they can infect each other and nobody else.
They are all on a big island infecting each other and infecting the vaxed. It's called North America.
It's amazing after all that was exposed you are still going on with the narrative. Here's the Cliff's Notes...everything that was a conspiracy theory 2 years ago came true.
WEF globalists have infiltrated a 1st world western government near you. Klaus Schwab openly brags about it. Except the word he uses is "penetrate."
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Foozball

I worked at one of Australia's largest media outlets for 14 years, I was a production guy on their main floor ... about 20 years ago one of the senior editors come in and says "We're screwed ... I just came from a class of 3rd/4th year journalism students ... they have no idea of history, they are ignorant to this entire craft." (The actual conversation was WAY longer - but was between a crew of 6 sub-editors, all with 20+ years exp)

I remember thinking it was a bit over the top, but it was so out of place for the guy who said.


Now ... I want to drink with him, name your price, it blows my mind that 20 years ago - he saw TODAYS garbage-recycling media coming! :o

Skryber

I have a friend like that. People were afraid of him bc he looks insane. Crazy hair, bottle cap glasses, talks crazy. He went with the delivery guy to a government building in Chicago and they surrounded him at gun point when he pulled out a knife to cut a box. In college he built a Tesla coil and scared the hell out of everyone who darted out of the room because he was holding it while it shot lighting bolts from it. :rotf: He looks like the unibomber but is the nicest and smartest person I know. A genius in many ways. He warned me in 2004 about Russia, told me to buy gold when at the time it was 300 USD or so an ounce, talked about George Soros, one global currency, etc. He got me interested in astrophysics almost 20 years ago and I follow it daily to this day. He has a way of sparking your interest. I worked with him and when our shop burned down, he went to Ohio to take care of his mother and I found out a few months ago that he was back. 11 years had gone by. I surprised him at work a few months ago and it was like no time had passed. I'm happy to have my friend back. I told him he was right about everything. One thing he was always telling me to do was read "Book of the Hopi." And I have it. I know why now and I'm reading it.
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Possum

That Tesla coil story is priceless.
Tall tree, short ropes, fix stupid.

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Quote from: Skryber on March 11, 2022, 09:09:43 AMI have a friend like that. People were afraid of him bc he looks insane. Crazy hair, bottle cap glasses, talks crazy. He went with the delivery guy to a government building in Chicago and they surrounded him at gun point when he pulled out a knife to cut a box. In college he built a Tesla coil and scared the hell out of everyone who darted out of the room because he was holding it while it shot lighting bolts from it. :rotf: He looks like the unibomber but is the nicest and smartest person I know. A genius in many ways. He warned me in 2004 about Russia, told me to buy gold when at the time it was 300 USD or so an ounce, talked about George Soros, one global currency, etc. He got me interested in astrophysics almost 20 years ago and I follow it daily to this day. He has a way of sparking your interest. I worked with him and when our shop burned down, he went to Ohio to take care of his mother and I found out a few months ago that he was back. 11 years had gone by. I surprised him at work a few months ago and it was like no time had passed. I'm happy to have my friend back. I told him he was right about everything. One thing he was always telling me to do was read "Book of the Hopi." And I have it. I know why now and I'm reading it.
Cool, book of the hopi sounds cool.

DigiCorn

I ... uh... I can't... I just can't.... 
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Foozball

Quote from: Skryber on March 11, 2022, 09:09:43 AMI have a friend like that. People were afraid of him bc he looks insane. Crazy hair, bottle cap glasses, talks crazy. He went with the delivery guy to a government building in Chicago and they surrounded him at gun point when he pulled out a knife to cut a box. In college he built a Tesla coil and scared the hell out of everyone who darted out of the room because he was holding it while it shot lighting bolts from it. :rotf: He looks like the unibomber but is the nicest and smartest person I know. A genius in many ways. He warned me in 2004 about Russia, told me to buy gold when at the time it was 300 USD or so an ounce, talked about George Soros, one global currency, etc. He got me interested in astrophysics almost 20 years ago and I follow it daily to this day. He has a way of sparking your interest. I worked with him and when our shop burned down, he went to Ohio to take care of his mother and I found out a few months ago that he was back. 11 years had gone by. I surprised him at work a few months ago and it was like no time had passed. I'm happy to have my friend back. I told him he was right about everything. One thing he was always telling me to do was read "Book of the Hopi." And I have it. I know why now and I'm reading it.
Sounds familiar ... a guy I met 20 years ago, opened my brain to similar concepts starting with observations, like there's no actual Left/Right in politics, they are all just different smelling/colored shit.
As an employee (production) at a media outlet, that made for some interesting times, to be able to hold that line with the younger crowd I'd drink with.

There is something genuine about that mentality though, it's like they have come to peace with it all. And it's weird to see it written from someone else's perspective. ;)

Skryber

Exactly. Totally at peace with whatever comes his way. He had been tracking Yellowstone's caldera, its been getting hotter and hotter and I asked him what if that sucker blows it's top. He went on and on about the last time it exploded and what we could expect the next time. Total apocalyptic stuff, but says you'd probably be better off being right on top of it so it's an instant death. :rotf: So casual talking about a very possible extinction period. But I envy him for being at peace with things out of our control.

Reminds me of a song from one of my favorite artists...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxLivJwk2OU
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scottrsimons

I remember when I got into printing and thought there were really only two types of Pantone colors Coated and UnCoated. Man those were the days. :drunk:
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Joe

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I have removed the 2 posts above. Everyone has opinions and at this point in the game no one is changing the others opinions. So the personal attacks need to stop.
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Possum

I end up missing all the shootouts. :(
Tall tree, short ropes, fix stupid.

Skryber

Nothing that belonged in a Pantone thread. You didn't miss anything.
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