Friday, January 11, 2019

G'nite

Have a good weekend!

 

 Thief? ...no

 Thief? ...Yup!

Thief? ...uh, Yes!



 Deagan dinner chimes were used for NBC's G-E-C tones until 1939 when they were replaced with an electronic device. When a major event occurred, a "secret" chime, B-D-G-G, was broadcast to summon key personnel. It was first used for the Hindenberg crash in 1937, then such events as the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 and the D-Day invasion of 1944: 

Hat Tip -  Daily Timewaster:

This is my green! Go swim!



 Here's how a ship makes its way through the Panama Canal

 Here is how a sewing machine works

 Here is how quickly a traffic jam can form

 Here is how straight lines work on curved surfaces


 Ice Cream Cone Making

 Making Glass Tubes

 Nice Fit






 Skill...