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An Extremly Loud Sound

November 27th, 2020 Comments off

Reminiscing, a long time ago in a completely different time-set.

– It to be used in emergency only! Never ever use it if it is not an emergency.

– Mm, It’s just a small can with a horn. How much noise can that little can make, really?

– What do you think? I’ll press the button and we’ll see what happens?

– We’re not supposed to do that. It is for emergency only?

– I know. but don’t you want to find out? What kind of noise the little can really make?

– … I do.

I pressed the button and it was and is the loudest (strongest, as always in awe and recognition of Dr Elblaus) sound that I have ever heard in my entire life!

I remember seeing the air in front of the horn being distorted (invection/convection), seeing the air transformed by the sound in it self… The sound was much, much, so much louder than I could ever have imagined. And I remember getting scared and fascinated at the same time.

– Wow! But, do you think anyone heard that? Will we be detected/found out/be in trouble know*?

– It to be used in emergency only! Never ever use it if it is not an emergency.

A was a very long time ago. In the bay around; noon or slightly thereafter… but you still need to try, right?

– Did you or have you ever done that again?

– No, it was just the one time (thus far) in a lifetime. The mighty foghorn.

Dedicated to my dear cousin. I remember, a lot of things…

When we tried the foghorn.

* As far I remember (I might be mistaken) I don’t think that the foghorn incident has ever been commented on. That being said my memory is sometimes faulty as is everyone else’s at times.

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Left Behind XI

November 27th, 2020 Comments off

In really close proximity… as matter of fact it’s in my cellar and in the series…

It always makes me wonder. What happened the instant before someone decided “- I’m not wearing these shoes no more this day/night!”. Did a spare pair exist somewhere or did nature have its causal way?

Please see: Left Behind Series.

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Where’s My Ride At II?

November 27th, 2020 Comments off
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Something

November 26th, 2020 Comments off

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Where’s My Ride At?

November 21st, 2020 Comments off

Well? Please see: Where’s My Ride At II?

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Untitled

November 20th, 2020 Comments off

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Something Happened II

November 15th, 2020 Comments off

The remains, but don’t worry there’s salvation minutes away… (8 to 12 mins according to the sign).

Please see: Something Happened

Left Behind X

November 14th, 2020 Comments off

All of them solitary and all with in the hour; one brand new, one beyond well-used, and one as brand new as tiny and obviously dropped. In the series…

It always makes me wonder. What happened the instant before someone decided “- I’m not wearing these shoes no more this day/night!”. Did a spare pair exist somewhere or did nature have its causal way?

Please see: Left Behind Series.

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Left Behind VIII

November 1st, 2020 Comments off

The solitary looked brand new and what about the pairs?

It always makes me wonder. What happened the instant before someone decided “- I’m not wearing these shoes no more this day/night!”. Did a spare pair exist somewhere or did nature have its causal way?

They do not seem to have been “kicked-off”; on the contrary, they’re were (must have been) orderly removed and quite purposefully placed. What about the remaining journey?

Was it bear-feet or in socks: on bike, by car, being carried or dragged, on stretcher, the coroner, on electric scooter or maybe simply Au natural?

What happened after they were left behind? I always wonder…

Please see: Left Behind Series.

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Not On The Wall IX

October 25th, 2020 Comments off

Yet some discarded artefacts. A pre-IoT image capturing device also know as a camera and a pair of:

Salt and pepper shakers or salt and pepper pots, of which the first item is normally called a salt cellar in British English,[1] are condiment dispensers used in Western culture that are designed to allow diners to distribute grains of edible salt and ground peppercorns.

Ref. Salt and pepper shakers.

Please see: Not On The Wall.

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