Robert Popper discovered this one, and suggests that it is very likely the new "Pardon Me." But oh, there's more...
Desiré Dubounet is the nom de drag of a fellow named
Bill Nelson, whose website proclaims Dubounet/Nelson to be:
The MAN Who created the term "Quantum medicine"
Who created the first "Quantum Consciousness Interface" known as QXCI
Who discovered the Xrroid process, Subspace and the Trivector field
(besides many other terms he does not know how to explain)
Who got the FDA register the first Quantum device in history called EPFX
(sorrily for him that the FDA already 19 years later found out that he misbranded it as "biofeedback" device, and now revoked the registration and declared an import ban )
Who brought Apollo 13 safely back from the moon (see details below)
Has jumped another Quantum Leap
He crossed over in female territory (also called forbidden zone in quantum theory)
And now calls himself
Capitalizing on weak government oversight, they have used these devices -- some illegal, others potentially dangerous -- to drain patients' bank accounts, misdiagnose diseases, and divert critically ill people from life-saving care.
Yutaka Hirose is a Japanese composer who was a key figure in that country’s ambient/environmental music scene of the 1980s that in recent years has been rediscovered by crate-diggers around the world. Hirose’s “NOVA” (1986) is a classic of the genre, a soundscape that Misawa Home Corporation commissioned as a “soundtrack” for the prefabricated houses. […]
'Dreams' by Joakim Karud is a popular track in Youtube's library of safe, royalty-free music, which it supplies to video creators who want to stay on the right side of copyright, but Sonyatv and Warner Chappell claim that the Creative Commons-licensed song contains an uncleared sample from the Kenny Burrell Quartet's 'Weaver of Dreams,' which […]
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Vinyl is officially back. People are hearing the proof behind the initial “retro” excitement: that records really do have a richer sound. And if you haven’t switched to old-school records for serious listening, it’s a new golden age. Why? Because quality turntables like the Altec Lansing ALT-500 are finally available to a market other than […]
Between all of our apps, streaming devices, Bluetooth speakers, and energy-sucking decorations, paying for utilities each month can be…brutal. In fact, the average household spends roughly $70 a month on the water bill alone. That number might not seem terribly significant, but when you add it up, that’s $840 a year — a pretty significant […]