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Post by Turtleneck on 2017-08-07, 14:46

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-07, 17:06

Wonder how wildlife will react to the eclipse. Even at 78.5% here, will it affect their internal clocks? Birdlife becoming quiet and grounding themselves? Squirrels retreating to nests? Raccoons, skunks, deer, etc coming out to forage? Bats? Might be an interesting day to spend at the zoo.

Be interesting to see how dogs react. Cats won't care.
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Post by Senior Dickfist on 2017-08-07, 17:22

The Pantry wrote:Wonder how wildlife will react to the eclipse. Even at 78.5% here, will it affect their internal clocks? Birdlife becoming quiet and grounding themselves? Squirrels retreating to nests? Raccoons, skunks, deer, etc coming out to forage? Bats? Might be an interesting day to spend at the zoo.

Be interesting to see how dogs react. Cats won't care.

Pantry, you bring up a good point, but you should probably worry more about werewolves, chupacabra and run of the mill crack heads.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-07, 18:03

Senior Dickfist wrote:
The Pantry wrote:Wonder how wildlife will react to the eclipse. Even at 78.5% here, will it affect their internal clocks? Birdlife becoming quiet and grounding themselves? Squirrels retreating to nests? Raccoons, skunks, deer, etc coming out to forage? Bats? Might be an interesting day to spend at the zoo.

Be interesting to see how dogs react. Cats won't care.

Pantry, you bring up a good point, but you should probably worry more about werewolves, chupacabra and run of the mill crack heads.
Not worried.

1) Werewolves only come out on a full moon...a solar eclipse is the exact opposite.
2) There has never been a Chupacabra sighting in Michigan. Besides, they prefer goats and would be looking for Pylon.
3) Troy police immediately bust any crackhead crossing a city border.
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Post by Senior Dickfist on 2017-08-07, 18:30

Perfect, it sounds like you're covered!
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-08, 16:56

Was really looking forward to this eclipse until a few minutes ago.  Now, I'm bummed.

For some reason I remembered the '79 eclipse at State being about 40% obscuration.  With this new one being 78.5% in the Detroit area I figured it would be much cooler.

Just looked up a map of the '79 eclipse.  It shows Michigan was 78.9% obscured.  

TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE OF 1979 FEB 26
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by Senior Dickfist on 2017-08-08, 16:59

The Pantry wrote:Was really looking forward to this eclipse until a few minutes ago.  Now, I'm bummed.

For some reason I remembered the '79 eclipse at State being about 40% obscuration.  With this new one being 78.5% in the Detroit area I figured it would be much cooler.

Just looked up a map of the '79 eclipse.  It shows Michigan was 78.9% obscured.  

TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE OF 1979 FEB 26

Even at that percentage, what was it like? I was just a very young lad at that time.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-08, 17:26

Senior Dickfist wrote:
The Pantry wrote:Was really looking forward to this eclipse until a few minutes ago.  Now, I'm bummed.

For some reason I remembered the '79 eclipse at State being about 40% obscuration.  With this new one being 78.5% in the Detroit area I figured it would be much cooler.

Just looked up a map of the '79 eclipse.  It shows Michigan was 78.9% obscured.  

TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE OF 1979 FEB 26

Even at that percentage, what was it like? I was just a very young lad at that time.
Remember the first noticeable darkening after lunch...time of day very similar to this one. Recall the day being mostly cloudy with occasional clearing.

Best way I can describe it...eerie. Maybe just me, but around the max of the darkening things looked strangely more defined.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2017-08-08, 17:45

The Pantry wrote:Was really looking forward to this eclipse until a few minutes ago.  Now, I'm bummed.

For some reason I remembered the '79 eclipse at State being about 40% obscuration.  With this new one being 78.5% in the Detroit area I figured it would be much cooler.

Just looked up a map of the '79 eclipse.  It shows Michigan was 78.9% obscured.  

TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE OF 1979 FEB 26

I have zero memory of that event.

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-08, 18:45

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The Pantry wrote:Was really looking forward to this eclipse until a few minutes ago.  Now, I'm bummed.

For some reason I remembered the '79 eclipse at State being about 40% obscuration.  With this new one being 78.5% in the Detroit area I figured it would be much cooler.

Just looked up a map of the '79 eclipse.  It shows Michigan was 78.9% obscured.  

TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE OF 1979 FEB 26

I have zero memory of that event.
Really? Was my sophomore year. Remember it pretty well.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by LooseGoose on 2017-08-08, 18:55

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I have zero memory of that event.
Really? Was my sophomore year. Remember it pretty well.

Would have been my Freshman year, I would have been living in Wonders so pretty close to you. I just don't remember that at all.

I remember the squirrel or raccoon killing all the power. Wasn't that 79?

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-08, 19:26

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The Pantry wrote:Really? Was my sophomore year. Remember it pretty well.

Would have been my Freshman year, I would have been living in Wonders so pretty close to you. I just don't remember that at all.

I remember the squirrel or raccoon killing all the power. Wasn't that 79?
Not that it didn't happen but don't recall that.

Too bad you missed the snowpocalypse of Jan 78. It was wild. Drinking age was 18. South Complex drained QD and Shoprite of beer and booze. Pretty sure all the SC dorms had to restock on cafeteria trays because of the number stolen to sled of Munn's roof.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by Senior Dickfist on 2017-08-08, 19:49

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Senior Dickfist wrote:

Even at that percentage, what was it like? I was just a very young lad at that time.
Remember the first noticeable darkening after lunch...time of day very similar to this one. Recall the day being mostly cloudy with occasional clearing.

Best way I can describe it...eerie. Maybe just me, but around the max of the darkening things looked strangely more defined.

I've felt that way after strong thunderstorms. I don't know if it's the heightened awareness, the light conditions or a combination of both. I'm in Kzoo and we're supposed to be at 82.5%.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by DWags on 2017-08-10, 21:06

Well shit, we gone. I'm not hanging out with you guys for the last week ever

Planet X coming with the eclipse. We gone.

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-11, 10:12

10-pack of the glasses is now $80 on Amazon
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-12, 14:43

The shadow of a tree on a garage door during an eclipse.
California, 2012.

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-12, 18:18

Roc model for this?

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by LooseGoose on 2017-08-12, 18:21

The Pantry wrote:Roc model for this?


Does he have an epic 'stache like that?

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by LooseGoose on 2017-08-14, 09:55

In Total Eclipse’s Path, Hope and Uncertainty in Rural Kentucky

WICKLIFFE, Ky. — A bluff south of the downtown, topped by a 95-foot metal cross, overlooks the states of Missouri and Illinois, and the convergence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.

It is a great spot to look up at the sky, so the mayor, George Lane, had a flier drawn up: “View 3 states 2 rivers and a Total Eclipse.”

Wickliffe was going to join the rolling national boomtown on Aug. 21, when millions of people are expected to pour into the 70-mile-wide path of total eclipse that runs from Oregon to South Carolina. It is a coast-to-coast ribbon composed mostly of rural areas and small cities, many having struggled to attract people and money until a fluke of lunar orbit did it for them.


Farmers in some states are renting camping spots in their fields for hundreds of dollars; hotel rooms have been booked for years. The new Holiday Inn in nearby Paducah was booked before it opened.

But the millions flocking to see the eclipse will also mean a logistical headache, a claim on local resources in places like Wickliffe that have few resources left.

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2017-08-14, 10:31

maybe it's just me, but I suspect a lot of people are going to be let down with regard to how incredibly boring and anti-climactic this is gonna be for people.

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by LooseGoose on 2017-08-14, 10:53

Robert J Sakimano wrote:maybe it's just me, but I suspect a lot of people are going to be let down with regard to how incredibly boring and anti-climactic this is gonna be for people.


So you've heard Roc throws boring parties too? It's been the rumor around the board for a while.....

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2017-08-14, 11:04

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Robert J Sakimano wrote:maybe it's just me, but I suspect a lot of people are going to be let down with regard to how incredibly boring and anti-climactic this is gonna be for people.


So you've heard Roc throws boring parties too? It's been the rumor around the board for a while.....
I haven't heard that..

when I hear people getting excited about the eclipse, all I can think of is "yeah, I guess it's kind of rare or whatever.. but it's just gonna get dark-ish for a minute or two and then the sun's gonna come back out"..



I guess that it's entirely possible that I'm not able to fully appreciate the miracle that it is.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by Death Roe on 2017-08-14, 11:42

I bought solar eclipse glasses on Amazon, and they turned out to not be approved to work during the eclipse. At least I got refunded.

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by LooseGoose on 2017-08-14, 11:45

Death Roe wrote:I bought solar eclipse glasses on Amazon, and they turned out to not be approved to work during the eclipse. At least I got refunded.

Get drunk and watch the eclipse on the TeeVee news.....safest way to view it.

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by Death Roe on 2017-08-14, 11:46

Yeah I'll just check it out on my laptop while I'm at work.

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I mean, the first thing with pea soup is the texture, okay?
I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
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Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-08-17, 12:32

Death Roe wrote:I bought solar eclipse glasses on Amazon, and they turned out to not be approved to work during the eclipse. At least I got refunded.
We got one pair free at a library (they only had 3 left, so would only give us one pair), but then my BIL got us some at 7-11, that was a 2 pack for 3 or 4 bucks. Yeah, I thought they were scam ones, too, but I looked them up and they are one of the approved types listed by the American Astronomical Society. So they're out there in retail stores and libraries, if you want.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by InTenSity on 2017-08-17, 12:38

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Death Roe wrote:I bought solar eclipse glasses on Amazon, and they turned out to not be approved to work during the eclipse. At least I got refunded.
We got one pair free at a library (they only had 3 left, so would only give us one pair), but then my BIL got us some at 7-11, that was a 2 pack for 3 or 4 bucks. Yeah, I thought they were scam ones, too, but I looked them up and they are one of the approved types listed by the American Astronomical Society. So they're out there in retail stores and libraries, if you want.
Do you think our street will stop flooding during the eclipse?

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-08-17, 12:40

Robert J Sakimano wrote:
LooseGoose wrote:

So you've heard Roc throws boring parties too? It's been the rumor around the board for a while.....
I haven't heard that..

when I hear people getting excited about the eclipse, all I can think of is "yeah, I guess it's kind of rare or whatever.. but it's just gonna get dark-ish for a minute or two and then the sun's gonna come back out"..



I guess that it's entirely possible that I'm not able to fully appreciate the miracle that it is.
I will appreciate the rarity/historical aspect of it, but I don't have any big expectations, like some nerd on a news story I saw that said it is a "life changing experience" to witness an eclipse. I also won't be in the totality area, so the sun will still be showing partially the whole time, meaning it will probably look like early evening or something maybe? That's assuming that it's not raining, which is probably a 50/50 proposition.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-08-17, 12:43

InTenSity wrote:
MiamiSpartan wrote:
We got one pair free at a library (they only had 3 left, so would only give us one pair), but then my BIL got us some at 7-11, that was a 2 pack for 3 or 4 bucks. Yeah, I thought they were scam ones, too, but I looked them up and they are one of the approved types listed by the American Astronomical Society. So they're out there in retail stores and libraries, if you want.
Do you think our street will stop flooding during the eclipse?
I doubt it. That road floods every time a squirrel takes a piss.
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MiamiSpartan wrote:
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Do you think our street will stop flooding during the eclipse?
I doubt it. That road floods every time a squirrel takes a piss.

How do squirrels pee?
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Post by InTenSity on 2017-08-17, 14:12

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:
MiamiSpartan wrote:
I doubt it. That road floods every time a squirrel takes a piss.

How do squirrels pee?
They squat.

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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2017-08-17, 14:26

InTenSity wrote:
Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:

How do squirrels pee?
They squat.

Tell that to this guy.

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by Nordic on 2017-08-17, 14:53

Just got back from the Tetons where this shit is supposed to role straight over head.  They were selling eclipse glasses for $3.  Checked Amazon and they were 10 x $3.  Didn't pull the trigger, checked today and they are now $50-150

Who the fuck is buying this shit?
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Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-08-17, 17:14

Nordic wrote:Just got back from the Tetons where this shit is supposed to role straight over head.  They were selling eclipse glasses for $3.  Checked Amazon and they were 10 x $3.  Didn't pull the trigger, checked today and they are now $50-150

Who the fuck is buying this shit?
Have fun message boarding in braille after the eclipse burns your retinas, bro.
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-17, 19:35

Nordic wrote:Just got back from the Tetons where this shit is supposed to role straight over head.  They were selling eclipse glasses for $3.  Checked Amazon and they were 10 x $3.  Didn't pull the trigger, checked today and they are now $50-150

Who the fuck is buying this shit?
The 10-pack I bought on Amazon over a month ago for $14 is now $100.  They offered a 50-pack for $50 that is now $400

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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by gHost Spartan on 2017-08-17, 19:53

MiamiSpartan wrote:
Nordic wrote:Just got back from the Tetons where this shit is supposed to role straight over head.  They were selling eclipse glasses for $3.  Checked Amazon and they were 10 x $3.  Didn't pull the trigger, checked today and they are now $50-150

Who the fuck is buying this shit?
Have fun message boarding in braille after the eclipse burns your retinas, bro.

Just don't look up, right?
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Re: Roc's Solar Eclipse Party - August 21, 2017

Post by The Pantry on 2017-08-17, 21:12

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Have fun message boarding in braille after the eclipse burns your retinas, bro.

Just don't look up, right?
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