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Old 1st June 2008, 05:19 AM   #1
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Talking Tom's portable boom box!

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Gotta love pages with more embedded javascript crap than you can wave a stick at....
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Gotta love pages with more embedded javascript crap than you can wave a stick at....

Just looked at it in IE..

With Firefox (and several filters), the page is darn near naked.
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Makes me wonder... for what the military would want that huge subwoofer?

Let's hope not for any new kind of torture...
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This has already been mentioned in the tapped horn thread but it is an impressive beast nonetheless! I bet it could demolish a house!
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Trodas, I suspect that a non-lethal incapacitation device is a more likely explanation.

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Old 6th June 2008, 01:59 AM   #8
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Makes me wonder... for what the military would want that huge subwoofer?

Let's hope not for any new kind of torture...

Naw.. just the new party p.a. for GITMO.

I wouldn't be at all surprised if this was requested after the success at Panama.
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non-lethal incapacitation device is a more likely explanation
Yea, they always use these kind of nice words "non-lethal"... but it always hurts like biatch and on top of that, it does not mean you can't have lifetime side effects...
In the end it is just a torture.


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"Torture device?" Naw.. just the new party p.a. for GITMO
Sounds like a possibility. But where are the other speakers then?
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