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You guys do realise that this is a whole different model of Momentum right?

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Feels good to be back. New momentum model(s)? Looks like they're following in suit of akg bigsmile_face.gif

 

But anyways, good old arm is fixed up completely. Went and saw the world once more. Was stupefied after returning to the land of the free and the home of the brave. Think I'll do a wall of text here. Feels like I did a lot more walking than any other vacation (Europe seems to have paled in comparison from memory). 

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Originally Posted by a_recording View Post  You guys do realise that this is a whole different model of Momentum right?


Are they going to release an edgier model called the "Angular Momentum"... ? wink.gif

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Are they going to release an edgier model called the "Angular Momentum"... ? wink.gif

 

Suddenly you make me think of Constant Angular Velocity and Constant Linear Velocity.

 

CAV and CLV would be cool names for headphones.

 

Anyway if there was any headphone that embodied angular momentum it would be:

 

 

You could probably guess that I have always wanted to try these. SHARDDDDD

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I was thinking more along the lines of r x p

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Wow. Someone shared this with me on Facebook.

 

The YH-5M looks so, so Ghost In The Shell cyborg retro cool.

 

 

Does anyone know much about this orthodynamic in-ear?

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Yeah, I've actually thought about this for some time - in relation to all headphones and not just IEMs of course.  And I'm kinda with Silent here.  Actually, the solution I came up with involves a massive database that let's people customize what THEY want to see/compare.  Of course, then we run into the problem of data gathering/entry, which would be a monumental task in and of itself.  Ain't nobody got time for that!

Crowdsource the data.

 

Today we have a princess from thailand visiting. Feels a bit weird and surreal to have all these security guards and her entourage circling outside my office.

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Today we have a princess from thailand visiting. Feels a bit weird and surreal to have all these security guards and her entourage circling outside my office.

 

Is that a big event by Swedish standards?

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Is that a big event by Swedish standards?

Probably not on a national level, but it is a bit bigger than my normal events at work. It doesn't seem to be on Swedish news or anything like that, if that's what you mean.

 

I'm certainly not used to having foreign royalties having meetings in our corridor. LOL


Edited by Coq de Combat - 7/9/13 at 6:51am
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coq. Your picture. eek.gif

it feels nice to use a mouse again... I also forgot how to spell "mouse" until just now....

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Even that name is a bit foreign to me... as for the longest time I simply knew it as the ATF.

Yeah, me too - we either called it ATF or "J". When I was there, each Skunkworks project had a letter designator and if you were cleared for the project, your security badge had that letter. Back in the mid-80s, "Y" was the SR-71, "N" was the F-117 and "J" was the ATF.

I once had the great pleasure of answering a knock on the door of our secured area, and it was a DOD auditor that wanted to come in and audit all of our timecards. She flashed her badge - but she did not have a "J" on her badge and I told her she couldn't come in. She was baffled for a minute and then she said "Please collect everyone's timecards and bring them to me." So, I left her outside, then went to my boss and told him about it. We collected all the timecards, checked each one to make sure it was up to date - and fixed any that weren't. I then took them all out to her.

A month later, we received a plaque to hang on the wall for the "100% Accuracy Award" - I was a hero in my department!! biggrin.gif
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Yeah, me too - we either called it ATF or "J". When I was there, each Skunkworks project had a letter designator and if you were cleared for the project, your security badge had that letter. Back in the mid-80s, "Y" was the SR-71, "N" was the F-117 and "J" was the ATF.

I once had the great pleasure of answering a knock on the door of our secured area, and it was a DOD auditor that wanted to come in and audit all of our timecards. She flashed her badge - but she did not have a "J" on her badge and I told her she couldn't come in. She was baffled for a minute and then she said "Please collect everyone's timecards and bring them to me." So, I left her outside, then went to my boss and told him about it. We collected all the timecards, checked each one to make sure it was up to date - and fixed any that weren't. I then took them all out to her.

A month later, we received a plaque to hang on the wall for the "100% Accuracy Award" - I was a hero in my department!! biggrin.gif

That is awesome. Any more stories you are ok to share are encouraged by me. I can provide a digital plaque of "100% Awesome."

What was the procedure with financial auditors that needed to check inventory and such?
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You guys do realise that this is a whole different model of Momentum right?

probs will sound the same...... I hope....... 

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coq. Your picture. eek.gif

it feels nice to use a mouse again... I also forgot how to spell "mouse" until just now....

Lately I've had a thing for Moto Boys music:

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1vczi9-FPE (the better of the two imo)

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