10 posts • joined 4 Jan 2008
I took part in an event a few years ago that created a seismic event with car stereo systems - we created movement in the ground equivalent to a 5 on the Richter scale
Couldn't Give a Sh1t-O-Meter Broken
Reading off the scale
What a load of
Mine is the blue one
FAO Virgin Customers ( Anon Coward)
If you want the same deals as new Virgin Customers call them and select the option that says your thinking of leaving. That puts you through to the retentions team - quote to them Virgins own Offers for All policy (a policy that states that all customers new or old are entitled to the same deals) and they will sort it out - I had my bill reduced by £30 a month by doing this and I know alot of people have done the same- works a treat
But @ what Frequency?
Frequency plays an important role in this as well as volume.
130db @ 2khz will hurt like hell but 130db @ say 33hz will give your missus a grin :)
I used to run a car audio system that would do 157db @ 39hz and I can still hear (just)
@Curtis - a bit late but had to be done
SHOW ME THE MONEY (penny)
100db? is that all
My car does 157db
kids love it the old folk tend to really hate it - maybe I could get a job clearing old folks homes with a little loud drum and bass!
Have you ever tasted a post it note!
Blame the Movie Geeks
The cost of downloading the HD version of 300 was reduced to 100 at 8:20pm on the day of the problems
looks like a lot of movie geeks downloaded it and killed the world
p.s. Paris for President - only so she can become a target for international hitmen!
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