Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Recording



Today's picture shows an Indian's voice being captured by an early recording device. This picture was taken in 1916, and was part of an ethnology study associated with Native Americans.

The Great Rebellion of '12 appears to continue and potentially even grow in strength as the Evil Nate Maas continues to promote a Comment Embargo on this blog. Of course, he is letting his "useful minions" do his dirty work for him, as he sits over on the sidelines and chuckles. It appears that DADD has come completely under his cunning mind control techniques. DADD, once our most prolific early morning commenter has not gone silent. Those associated with this insurrection have not even clearly communicated their demands or intents. A very sad world we live in.

18 comments:

  1. Are you chuckling ENM?
    #1 - Sunday morning domistic update with photos.

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  2. Today you'd just set your laptop in front of him, and also record video. My, how times have changed with technology.

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  3. not really sure what's going on w/ENM, as i have not been around much lately, but i will add a comment to prevent further embargo.
    i like the picture. very interesting to think about what he is going to say into that machine. i wish we had that recording as well.

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  4. Nice outfit, I wonder how many hours of labor went into it.

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  5. I would hope they recorded him speaking his native language. So many native languages have been lost.

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    1. No, I think that they recorded him impersonating Mickey Mouse.
      Come on..... do you really think they were doing anything other than his own language?

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  6. I too, have joined the dark side. You know our demands Mr PJM, we want domestic update. Long live ENM!

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    1. Well said.

      ENM for president

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  7. .Wow, PJM. What is going on when the lunitics start running the asylum? Nate has always been trouble here so I would ignore him and go on with your blog . Whether or not you chose to provide domestic (ie, your business) updates is your decision. you should not be pressured.

    I am sure there are a number of domestic issues you could update us on, but I, for one, am patiently waiting you output.

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  8. Domestic update here: natemaas.com

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  9. I wonder what the Indian would think of quantitative easing or deficit spending or federal election campaigns? Sad world, yes...

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  10. I have the Indian's comments here (k was curious to what he said)... he evidently is also concerned with the lack of domestic update.

    Graham in St. John's

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  11. The Indian says, "Why are all these silly white folks staring at me?"

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  12. I had a comment, but I lost it somewhere between the coffee machine and my office desk.

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  13. A friend sent a link to this site. I'm hooked! Sharing the daily old photos with my email list.

    Thank you.

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  14. I don't know what the hell all the domestic update stuff is about, but it sounds pretty childish.

    I like the picture and I bet that Indian Chief could straighten out this country's problems in a hurry, much better then do our current politicians.

    Keep the pictures coming. i'm going to ignore the crazy comments.
    Thanks

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