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2010-02-25 04:14:56
They are not your pics in the sense that you created them but in that you posted them -
2010-02-25 02:38:37
They gonna vote down my pictures?? How? Those pictures I've been posted are not my ! How will they down vote my pictures if I don't put them on internet??? Now I'm brave&confused fuckwit .... That's too much for me. over&out 4 today.
2010-02-25 02:27:13
You're a brave lad...because Explode/King Louie will now try to vote down all your pics... : )
2010-02-25 02:23:03
Heh , I'm just a peasant , it's easy to trick me ... :) BDW: if I write to explode I'm fuckwit ( I spend half of hour to find the meaning of that world), my question is: What am I if I talk to you patito? :I
2010-02-25 00:41:31
I became suspicious when it said it was made of old tractor parts at the University of Iowa, which is in Iowa City and is sorta the Harvard of the Mid-West. If it had said it was done at Iowa State up in Ames, locally known as Moo U, it'd have been a more likely story.
2010-02-24 21:06:58
Uf, I got it by e-mail and I thought it was real. Never mind, it's really great animation. And a music is cool so I'm glad I saw it. Once more , tnx mddkcal275.
2010-02-24 20:53:11
I just make a copy of URL, I never saw something like this, but this is incredible... Tnx for more info!
2010-02-24 20:48:19
Sorry, not true. This is a cut titled "Pipe Dreams" from a video called "Animusic", an animated film. Originally released as a tech demo for the ATI line of video cards, it was the beginning of several great music animations. See other samples of their work at (disclaimer: I don't work for Animusic, but am a big fan!)
2010-02-24 20:33:18
heck this out, made from John Deere equipment Subject: University of Iowa Farm Machine Music This incredible machine was built as a collaborative effort between the Robert M. Trammell Music Conservatory and the Sharon Wick School of Engineering at the University of Iowa. Amazingly, 97% of the machines components came from John Deere Industries and Irrigation Equipment of Bancroft Iowa, yes farm equipment! It took the team a combined 13,029 hours of set-up, alignment, calibration, and tuning before filming this video but as you can see it was WELL worth the effort. It is now on display in the Matthew Gerhard Alumni Hall at the University and is already slated to be donated to the Smithsonian.