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Offline AmazingRace

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I'm sorry.  :'( :(
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I'm sorry.  :'( :(

There's no need to be sorry. I'm just a little embarrassed. It's not anything important.


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I like the indication that this group seem to like one another.  I'm always displeased when a season's Racers end up not getting along.  They all got to share in a rare experience that many of us are jealous of, and I'd like to be able to think that they've bonded on that shared experience.
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I was told that Nat & Kat were there too but I did not get to  meet them  (:
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Here they are:   :wohoo:
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who are those girls? :umn:

ETA: One girl looks like the mamasan in ISAJGS.

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Thanks for the pics chateau.  Looks like a fun time was had by all!  Vicki looks beautiful, LOVE her dress!  In the group shot, I recognize Jill & Vicki, are the  rest your harem?! :flirt: 

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Harem!!   :lol:  I behaved myself!

I'm so bad at faces.  I thought the 6th and 5th from the right were Nat & Kat.  Yes?  No?   :duno:

1st impression:  Mallory is explosively awesome  :hearts:
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Heeee.....they clean up good!! Thanks Chateau!!

oops, didn't see that lineup above...sadly that is not Kat and Nat.... but doesn't Vicki look gorgeous!!
« Last Edit: October 02, 2010, 08:05:24 AM by georgiapeach »
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This melon was moving at 33 mph or 45 feet per second (assumes planet Earth).

Based on a range of 50 feet to a 6-foot tall knight and a firing angle of about 22 degrees.  That velocity means the melon would travel 19 inches for each video frame.  Which seems to match the slow mo frames that we saw.

Just my opinion but I think the task was poorly thought out.   :umn:
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And here is the reason why:

The melon was free to rotate in its sling.  It could be prevented by having the bungee lines connect to four corners of the sling.

 :res:  A little later on ... On rewatch I saw that the slings were tied in the four corners after all.   :duno:  So it looks like the unfortunate incident was a result of getting the sling tangled as she pulled it back.   :carryon:
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And here is the reason why:

The melon was free to rotate in its sling.  It could be prevented by having the bungee lines connect to four corners of the sling.

so...was it negligence from WRP, or does this fall under the risks the racers are willing to take?
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This melon was moving at 33 mph or 45 feet per second (assumes planet Earth).


Love the planet earth assumption!

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And here is the reason why:

The melon was free to rotate in its sling.  It could be prevented by having the bungee lines connect to four corners of the sling.

so...was it negligence from WRP, or does this fall under the risks the racers are willing to take?

When you grow up launching water balloons at football games (me) you learn what works and what does not work.   :lol:

Maybe it was an intended possible outcome.  It would not be the first time tasks were designed to have equipment failures (eg cheese wheel carriers).
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This melon was moving at 33 mph or 45 feet per second (assumes planet Earth).


Love the planet earth assumption!

In Amazing Race 15, teams were dropped on Planet Mars...

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This melon was moving at 33 mph or 45 feet per second (assumes planet Earth).

 :lol3:


 

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