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Mickey Say "Cheese!"
O.K. Now say "Peanut Butter!", O.K. Now say "Giant Cat!!!"
The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.
Cheese, by the way, is not a very effective bait for a mouse trap. Peanut butter is a much more effective bait. A chunk of cheese can be removed and eaten elsewhere, whereas a glob of peanut butter (like Peter Pan, JIF, Skippy&elip; you know, the kind with disguised sugars mixed in, a la: glucose, sucrose, et. al) will smell delicious to vermin for years, even after most of it is gone.
Welcome, The Happiest Place on Earth! Everything here is plastic, just like me. I have no face, but I observe in the narrowest myopia. Everyone notices me and takes a look, but never remembers having seen me. [an error occurred while processing this directive]
Turn on your Heart Light

When I was little, my grandmother gave me a night-light that she had bought in the nineteen-thirties.
It has a painted plastic shell in the shape of Donald Duck, and inside is a small neon bulb that still shines today.


Recently I bought a novelty bulb with two metal plates inside, one shaped like a heart, the other shaped like cupid, and the bulb is evacuated of air and a small amount of neon is let into the bulb.
Each plate is attached to one side of the power mains, and the only connection between them is the low pressure neon gas.
As each alternate plate is energized, alternately at a rate of sixty cycles each second, the neon gas surrounding that energized plate is ionized and their electrons jump to a larger orbit.
When the electrons jump back down the quantum chasm they emit a distinctively monochromatic "neon red" photon.
Only one plate is energized at a time to electrically kick the nearby gas.


The power mains have a very accurate clock over a long period of time.
Many old analog clocks and even movie camera motors still rely on this accuracy to this day.
I use the neon Donald Duck nightlight to adjust the speed of my vinyl record turntable using the dots along the platter edge.
When they are apparently advancing then they are going slightly too fast and I trim down the speed adjustment knob.
Conversely, if they appear to be slow, the light flashes on time but the dots aren't catching up to the light flashes, indicating calibrating the speed up a hair or two is required.

When my camera is running on battery, it tries to approximate 60 Hertz (that's sixty cycles per second, named after the guy that thought to measure vibration in cycles per second), but the camera is either slightly ahead or behind the power mains, and what you see is one plate and then the other going dark.


Actually the plates are dark all of the time.
It's the nearby ionized neon trying to dump excess electrical energy that provides the glow.
If you look at this bulb with your eyes, or any neon bulb or tube for that matter, it appears to continue to glow, due to our persistance of vision, flickering cinema and animated cartoons, even the video screen you are watching this on rely on the effect of persistance of vision.
But the camera allows us to 'blink' fast enough to capture what then appears to be a slowly oscillating glow.
What the camera sees is not what we see because the clock of the camera is either slightly faster or slower than the clock that syncronizes the power mains, just as if you viewed the scale from a tiny drinking straw sized window fixed near the turntable's spinning edge, it would seem those many identicaly shaped dots could come into and out of phase as flashed by the rapidly blinking neon.
Please pardon my brain bling, I was lead from gold when my wife asked me to "Frink This." — Wizard [an error occurred while processing this directive] Interesting Clouds
If you look carefully, you'll find that these are the views you will be reminded of among your last days on earth.
Properly cursed ye be, says I. Old age in hospice care beats too young to die under a truck hands-down, in golf and poker alike. Sun go down, reappear next dawn, Og impressed.—Og [an error occurred while processing this directive]
Interesting Time Lapse II
At first Og no mind to the sun. To be sure, day hunt beat night hunt vigorously on neck and eyes with blunt branch first year green tree. Night hunt like broken arm pebble fishing. Og very awed and impressed with gods clockwork sky. Og awed and amazed, sits still just long enough to ponder the sky. He considers carefully the grace of the gods to bring back Sol, god of light, each and every morning. [an error occurred while processing this directive]
Interesting Time Lapse III
Now Og upset when sun god is late, earth grow cold. Og no longer impressed, now expectant, and will get all up in god's grill without stepping off when it's late. Ah, the folly of Og. [an error occurred while processing this directive]
Mighty Ducks skim Disneyland's Rivers of America.
It's good to be the King. The dominant mallard chases rivals and hops up to make a quick egg.
Updated on 2012.11.02.
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