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12/29/2011 07:28:04 AM · #251
Damn. You got it.

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Message edited by author 2011-12-29 07:33:02.
12/29/2011 11:12:16 AM · #252
Sorry, slept in, but Eli was right. It's a sensor magnet for a bike computer. It attaches to the spokes and activates the sensor as the wheel rotates. I'm quite surprised that several others who I know ride bikes had such a hard time figuring it out. That was a good one.

Tourist, you're up next.

Message edited by author 2011-12-29 11:18:27.
12/29/2011 11:20:33 AM · #253
21.gif Yo_Spiff It's weird how we can remember the most interesting of things. The funny thing is that I am a full born and bred New Yorker and that was the firs time at least that I know of that I went a visited the Unisphere and that area.

12/29/2011 11:37:55 AM · #254
I was the first to answer a while back and did not post one, so here goes an easy one till the tourist can post one.
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Message edited by author 2011-12-29 11:38:17.
12/29/2011 11:40:12 AM · #255
Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

21.gif Yo_Spiff It's weird how we can remember the most interesting of things. The funny thing is that I am a full born and bred New Yorker and that was the firs time at least that I know of that I went a visited the Unisphere and that area.

Not uncommon, actually. I was raised on Long Island myself, and have only been to the Empire State building once. I think these typical tourist spots are just not a big deal when you live there.
12/29/2011 11:42:51 AM · #256
Originally posted by blindjustice:

I was the first to answer a while back and did not post one, so here goes an easy one till the tourist can post one.
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Hole Puncher

Message edited by author 2011-12-29 11:42:58.
12/29/2011 11:44:03 AM · #257
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

21.gif Yo_Spiff It's weird how we can remember the most interesting of things. The funny thing is that I am a full born and bred New Yorker and that was the firs time at least that I know of that I went a visited the Unisphere and that area.

Not uncommon, actually. I was raised on Long Island myself, and have only been to the Empire State building once. I think these typical tourist spots are just not a big deal when you live there.


Unfortunately so true. That's why at times, I'll play the non-english speaking tourist and have some fun :)
12/29/2011 11:46:13 AM · #258
Credit card impress machine.
12/29/2011 12:42:40 PM · #259
Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

Damn. You got it.

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I was recently watching home movies of my family at the 64 NY worlds fair. When I was browsing recently uploaded photos and saw your pic and title and threw a comment on it. Then I saw this thread.

Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Sorry, slept in, but Eli was right. It's a sensor magnet for a bike computer. It attaches to the spokes and activates the sensor as the wheel rotates. I'm quite surprised that several others who I know ride bikes had such a hard time figuring it out. That was a good one.

Tourist, you're up next.

If its okay, I'll pass on posting a mystery pic. I haven't had time to do much picture taking. And blindjustice has already picked up the slack.
Have a great day every one :)
12/29/2011 12:43:43 PM · #260
Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

21.gif Yo_Spiff It's weird how we can remember the most interesting of things. The funny thing is that I am a full born and bred New Yorker and that was the firs time at least that I know of that I went a visited the Unisphere and that area.

Not uncommon, actually. I was raised on Long Island myself, and have only been to the Empire State building once. I think these typical tourist spots are just not a big deal when you live there.


Unfortunately so true. That's why at times, I'll play the non-english speaking tourist and have some fun :)

ok so i gotta know non-english speaking tourist what language do you go around speaking hahaha.
12/29/2011 12:56:51 PM · #261
No but in the ballpark.
12/29/2011 01:00:07 PM · #262
Originally posted by o2bskating:

Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

21.gif Yo_Spiff It's weird how we can remember the most interesting of things. The funny thing is that I am a full born and bred New Yorker and that was the firs time at least that I know of that I went a visited the Unisphere and that area.

Not uncommon, actually. I was raised on Long Island myself, and have only been to the Empire State building once. I think these typical tourist spots are just not a big deal when you live there.


Unfortunately so true. That's why at times, I'll play the non-english speaking tourist and have some fun :)

ok so i gotta know non-english speaking tourist what language do you go around speaking hahaha.


Usually Hebrew but I mostly do the I don't know english. Standing in Times Square the other day I walked up to a financial district looking guy (Why he was in Times square at 2pm I have no idea) and asked him "Hi, um I new, do help find em square of times?"

Of course he was looking at me like a complete moron, and the jackass that he was, told me to walk to 9th ave and 54th street and I would find Times Square! --

My response."That's no way to treat a tourist in Times Square, you douche bag!"
12/29/2011 02:03:30 PM · #263
Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

Originally posted by o2bskating:

Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

21.gif Yo_Spiff It's weird how we can remember the most interesting of things. The funny thing is that I am a full born and bred New Yorker and that was the firs time at least that I know of that I went a visited the Unisphere and that area.

Not uncommon, actually. I was raised on Long Island myself, and have only been to the Empire State building once. I think these typical tourist spots are just not a big deal when you live there.


Unfortunately so true. That's why at times, I'll play the non-english speaking tourist and have some fun :)

ok so i gotta know non-english speaking tourist what language do you go around speaking hahaha.


Usually Hebrew but I mostly do the I don't know english. Standing in Times Square the other day I walked up to a financial district looking guy (Why he was in Times square at 2pm I have no idea) and asked him "Hi, um I new, do help find em square of times?"

Of course he was looking at me like a complete moron, and the jackass that he was, told me to walk to 9th ave and 54th street and I would find Times Square! --

My response."That's no way to treat a tourist in Times Square, you douche bag!"

hahahaha that's friggin funny omg i'd love to see the look on his face when you said that!!!
12/30/2011 02:22:44 PM · #264
Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

Originally posted by blindjustice:

I was the first to answer a while back and did not post one, so here goes an easy one till the tourist can post one.
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Hole Puncher

yes, a two hole punch, which would be a great name for Rock band.
12/30/2011 04:31:50 PM · #265
Since I have one ready to go, I'll go ahead and keep the game rolling. I'll need to stock up on whatsit pics soon.
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12/30/2011 04:35:27 PM · #266
A glass insulator?
12/30/2011 05:06:03 PM · #267
Yes that should be right... we see them on the old powerlines and railroad crossings around here.
12/30/2011 06:03:28 PM · #268
A pawn?
12/30/2011 06:46:38 PM · #269
Heck I knew it instantly, but I was late to the party...

R.
12/30/2011 08:55:45 PM · #270
Originally posted by SDW:

A glass insulator?

Well, that didn't go very long. You're up. Scott.
12/31/2011 12:23:43 AM · #271
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12/31/2011 12:28:13 AM · #272
Ear tag for a cow?
12/31/2011 12:48:01 AM · #273
that does indeed look like an ear tag
12/31/2011 01:34:01 AM · #274
Originally posted by cowboy221977:

that does indeed look like an ear tag


I guess it could be, but that's not what I see it used for. The cattle ear-tags in our area have much larger numbers.

I'm off to sleep, to be continued in the AM...
12/31/2011 08:54:18 AM · #275
Meter tag for electricity
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