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... to control things there and that was downstairs and held around 20megabytes maximum. How crazy that they would control things outside of earth with such minimal technology! Every team that goes on a tour get together with a designer to produce their badge. Every badge is different as it represents the reasons for the trip and no trip is for the same purpose. Once they have returned and the tour is complete their badge will be pinned up on the mission accomplished wall. There ...
... Although Matt was pretty content to have his chewing tobacco... I couldn't bring myself to try it, the boys all hated it, but that didn't stop him from going another round. He wants to bring some home with him.
We were stressing for a bit because there was no TV signal and we thought we might loose power, but it only flickered a couple of times. PHEW!
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... and Nuremburg. How locks work is the boat needs to be elevated in order to continue the trip on the Danube so it enters a box like structure and the rear wall rises to close the ship in. Water is pumped into this box in order for the ship to rise. Once the ship has reached the proper elevation the front side of the box is lowered and the ship continues on its way. The opposite happens when travelling the other ...