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A year after almost failing her high school physics class, a girl told her older brother,
"You know, my physics teacher was right about the optical Doppler effect. You see those cars. The lights of the ones approaching us are white, but the lights of the ones moving away from us are red."
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British probably can call upon the Morning Suit[^] (especially for breakfast)
You need to think larger. Cowboy ties and hats in the south-western US; Brooks Brothers suits in the northeast; camouflage in north-central with the 'seperatists', and of course, big toothless smiles and grey 'Johnny Reb' suits in the South-East.
National dress is often less 'national' and more 'regional' or even 'social class'-based. How large the regions are can, paradoxically, depend on the nation. In the UK, we historically seem to have very small regions with historically very strongly differentiated customs, languages/dialects/accents, and clothing, and within these regions clothing, accent, etc. may also depend on social class.
Here is one illustration of a particular social class-based dress style...
Not really a collector, but I needed something to try out my new 3D printer two weeks ago. Something that's big and notoriously hard to print. I chose this 22 inch model[^] of the Eagle and scaled it at 200%. That would bring it up to the size of the original studio model[^].
And now, two weeks and more than four pounds of filament later, I have quite a pile of largish parts on my desk at home. So far the printer held up very well. The only problems come from the 3D model itself. Round objects tend to look facetted due to having used too few polygons and some bigger chunks must be cut up into separate parts for better printing results and better access when finally assembling and painting it.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.
That's awesome. I'd consider buying myself a 3D printer just for that purpose (if I had had the necessary dough, that is!)...
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