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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    The source of all pleasure. :p:
    exactly. :whip:
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    (Original post by akj08)
    Oh yeah, the choppier the better.
    But as Rosie says, with the immense size of it I don't know how much speed you could build up after the angle is at its climax and the submersion begins?
    There are other ways to park the boat though.
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    (Original post by akj08)
    Oh yeah, the choppier the better.
    But as Rosie says, with the immense size of it I don't know how much speed you could build up after the angle is at its climax and the submersion begins?
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    (Original post by CallumFR)
    I don't think you understood what I meant hmm

    I realise a vertical discplacement of 2m happens at different times, and that horizontally 40m is only once. However, by using t = 50/v (gained from the horizontal motion) in the equation for vertical motion, aren't they assuming than when x = 40, y = 2?

    Hope that makes it clearer what I mean

    EDIT: I just re-read the question and realise how stupid I was ha. I thought 40m was when the ball would hit the ground. Sorry for wasting your time :p:
    It's ok, we both misread something :p:
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    (Original post by rosie9391)
    They smell funny and I don't like the stringy bit's on them, they don't go down too well. :p:
    But they still go down?

    Have you tried them from the other end? apparently thats how its meant to be done, although its hard to begin with.

    http://slate.msn.com/?id=2067407
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    (Original post by akj08)
    What's it for?
    Matriculation, job interviews, somewhat-formal social events (i.e. those that aren't black or white tie - I own a dinner suit but not a regular one :o:).
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    exactly. :whip:
    You would know.
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    You would know.
    :eek: I don't know what you mean. :ninja:
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    There are other ways to park the boat though.
    Indeed. Perhaps a tug would help to position it firmly inside the dock:teeth:

    Anyway, night guys, I'm off. It's certainly been an entertaining (and satiating ) evening.
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    (Original post by akj08)
    Oh yeah, the choppier the better.
    But as Rosie says, with the immense size of it I don't know how much speed you could build up after the angle is at its climax and the submersion begins?
    Hmm..we got it up to 20 knots but it was a bumpy ride at a 60 degree angle :p: Safe though, the shear size of the keel, was even safe in the pushpit :yep:
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    :eek: I don't know what you mean. :ninja:
    Oh I think you know.

    The boat was well and truely parked. :p:
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Matriculation, job interviews, somewhat-formal social events (i.e. those that aren't black or white tie - I own a dinner suit but not a regular one :o:).
    You need to wear a suit for matriculation?:eek:
    Hmm I would say m&s, debenhams, burton etc. would be your best bet then. Topman might be a bit too "jazzy" for your multi-purposes.
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    (Original post by rosie9391)
    Hmm..we got it up to 20 knots but it was a bumpy ride at a 60 degree angle :p: Safe though, the shear size of the keel, was even safe in the pushpit :yep:
    Maybe if you and AKJ08 manned the boat at the same time it would be easier?
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    (Original post by akj08)
    Indeed. Perhaps a tug would help to position it firmly inside the dock:teeth:

    Anyway, night guys, I'm off. It's certainly been an entertaining (and satiating ) evening.
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    But they still go down?

    Have you tried them from the other end? apparently thats how its meant to be done, although its hard to begin with.

    http://slate.msn.com/?id=2067407
    No can't say I have, usually just stick my fingers in the top and pull down.
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    Night folks.
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Matriculation, job interviews, somewhat-formal social events (i.e. those that aren't black or white tie - I own a dinner suit but not a regular one :o:).
    Can I infer from your now apparent need of a suit your fresher's pack has arrived? :p:

    EDIT: Oh wait today's sunday
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    i realllyyyy want a salad now
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    (Original post by namedeprived)
    Night folks.
    night!
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    (Original post by nessiehibs)
    Maybe if you and AKJ08 manned the boat at the same time it would be easier?
    What and you be the captain. :teeth:
 
 
 
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