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Re: if a tree falls...

Postby pinkteddyx64 » 11 Oct 2019, 19:03


That fallen tree needs a proper funeral. :o


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Re: if a tree falls...

Postby unturned_cake » 03 Nov 2019, 07:11

if a tree falls and no homosapien records the soundbyte doesnt matter...microbes can do their job well..
How is dat related 2 consciousness tho :beardshake:


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Re: if a tree falls...

Postby spotify95 » 19 Jan 2020, 00:24

unturned_cake wrote:if a tree falls and no homosapien records the soundbyte doesnt matter...microbes can do their job well..
How is dat related 2 consciousness tho :beardshake:


a quote from a TSR member:

If a tree falls in a forest and there's no one around to hear it, does Cleverboy1991's Vectra pass its MOT.


https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showpo ... stcount=38

If a tree falls at Hillington, Norfolk, can it possibly take out a load of the other trees in the same area, causing an avalanche effect and freeing the EE Mobile mast from being obstructed :p


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Re: if a tree falls...

Postby unturned_cake » 19 Jan 2020, 10:52

spotify95 wrote:
unturned_cake wrote:if a tree falls and no homosapien records the soundbyte doesnt matter...microbes can do their job well..
How is dat related 2 consciousness tho :beardshake:


a quote from a TSR member:

If a tree falls in a forest and there's no one around to hear it, does Cleverboy1991's Vectra pass its MOT.


https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showpo ... stcount=38

If a tree falls at Hillington, Norfolk, can it possibly take out a load of the other trees in the same area, causing an avalanche effect and freeing the EE Mobile mast from being obstructed :p


is Cleverboy1991 a troll? :rofl: (ps, whats vectra pass? :dunno: )

They should have made the mast even higher than the trees :p


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Re: if a tree falls...

Postby spotify95 » 20 Jan 2020, 07:19

unturned_cake wrote:
spotify95 wrote:
unturned_cake wrote:if a tree falls and no homosapien records the soundbyte doesnt matter...microbes can do their job well..
How is dat related 2 consciousness tho :beardshake:


a quote from a TSR member:

If a tree falls in a forest and there's no one around to hear it, does Cleverboy1991's Vectra pass its MOT.


https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showpo ... stcount=38

If a tree falls at Hillington, Norfolk, can it possibly take out a load of the other trees in the same area, causing an avalanche effect and freeing the EE Mobile mast from being obstructed :p


is Cleverboy1991 a troll? :rofl: (ps, whats vectra pass? :dunno: )

They should have made the mast even higher than the trees :p


Have no idea whether they were trolling or not, don't often post there too much now

Vectors is a type of car: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opel_Vectra and a MOT is a test that each car must pass every year, to make sure it can be safely used on the roads :yep:

A better idea would have been to move the mast to a better / higher location so that it wasn't anywhere near the bank of trees in the first place. Orange UK used to have a mast that was in the open space, and worked an awful lot better than what we have now. O2/Vodafone UK also share a mast in open space, and as a result works better. In fact, if you're on EE UK, you'll drop to "emergency calls only" from O2s mast!


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Re: if a tree falls...

Postby unturned_cake » 21 Jan 2020, 11:06

spotify95 wrote:
unturned_cake wrote:
spotify95 wrote:
unturned_cake wrote:if a tree falls and no homosapien records the soundbyte doesnt matter...microbes can do their job well..
How is dat related 2 consciousness tho :beardshake:


a quote from a TSR member:

If a tree falls in a forest and there's no one around to hear it, does Cleverboy1991's Vectra pass its MOT.


https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showpo ... stcount=38

If a tree falls at Hillington, Norfolk, can it possibly take out a load of the other trees in the same area, causing an avalanche effect and freeing the EE Mobile mast from being obstructed :p


is Cleverboy1991 a troll? :rofl: (ps, whats vectra pass? :dunno: )

They should have made the mast even higher than the trees :p


Have no idea whether they were trolling or not, don't often post there too much now

Vectors is a type of car: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opel_Vectra and a MOT is a test that each car must pass every year, to make sure it can be safely used on the roads :yep:

A better idea would have been to move the mast to a better / higher location so that it wasn't anywhere near the bank of trees in the first place. Orange UK used to have a mast that was in the open space, and worked an awful lot better than what we have now. O2/Vodafone UK also share a mast in open space, and as a result works better. In fact, if you're on EE UK, you'll drop to "emergency calls only" from O2s mast!



Ooh i see :gah:

Fair enough :ohyes:



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