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Old 16th August 2007, 22:37   #16
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Sam is in a very "hot" mood,right now.
Beware folks!
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Old 16th August 2007, 22:42   #17
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Sam sir what is this "ejaculate" or you mean to say ejact.
Etymology: Latin ejaculatus, past participle of ejaculari to throw out, from e- + jaculari to throw, from jaculum dart, from jacere to throw -- more at [SIZE=-1]JET[/SIZE]
transitive verb
1 : to eject from a living body; specifically : to eject (semen) in orgasm
2 : to utter suddenly and vehemently
intransitive verb : to eject a fluid
- ejac·u·la·tor /-"lA-t&r/ noun
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Old 17th August 2007, 02:03   #18
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what is the red triangular button seen on the facia of some modern cars?
I think you are refering to hazard warning switch.
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Old 17th August 2007, 03:18   #19
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Since when do newbies feeel "scared" to post stuff on Team-BHP?

Do tell us, because it is not anyone's intention to make a newbie feel so. This is YOUR forum. Enter without fear. Post without fear. Question without fear.

If you cannot do so, the spirit is lost.
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Old 17th August 2007, 05:48   #20
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Yes. This too is designed this way. So you can ejaculate the CD without fumbling for the key.
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Professor Sam, shouldn't that be eject the CD?
or is it the same etymology?
or should i dare ask (with tongue firmly in cheek) did the Professor have something else in mind at the time.

EDIT:sorry guys didnt read all the posts.so we all noticed then.Sam was Pomping Up The Jam?

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Old 17th August 2007, 09:23   #21
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Since when do newbies feeel "scared" to post stuff on Team-BHP?

Do tell us, because it is not anyone's intention to make a newbie feel so. This is YOUR forum. Enter without fear. Post without fear. Question without fear.

If you cannot do so, the spirit is lost.
Bravo! Well said Steer!
That's right. No question is stupid and all questions will get answers here. Trust me, we have some fantastic minds at Team-BHP and someone here will know the answer to your question.
Question without fear, like the good man said.
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Old 17th August 2007, 11:43   #22
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Bravo! Well said Steer!
That's right. No question is stupid and all questions will get answers here. Trust me, we have some fantastic minds at Team-BHP and someone here will know the answer to your question.
Question without fear, like the good man said.
You are right sam, and we at T-BHP knows that but still sometimes people may be hesitant to ask questions, feeling that new kid in a new unknown place.
BTW, it was not like that that I was scared to ask before, just that the topic came up so I thought I would ask (cause I have not seen any music system behave like that) But thanks a lot for the explanation.
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Old 17th August 2007, 11:47   #23
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Yes. This too is designed this way. So you can ejaculate the CD without fumbling for the key.
Make out, ejaculate, and fumble...all in one thread...hope there were no strings attached Sam bhai... Guys...he's Just a Big Loverboy
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what is the red triangular button seen on the facia of some modern cars?
Thats the button for the flashing indicators, or commonly known as the "Hazard Lights".
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Old 17th August 2007, 12:23   #25
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Here's my Newbie Q:
What is sq, sql and spl?
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Old 17th August 2007, 12:34   #26
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Here's my Newbie Q:
What is sq, sql and spl?
SQ - Sound Quality
SPL - Sound Pressure Level

SQL = SQ meets SPL (Some people deny this is possibly)

Read more here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/ask-gu...rminology.html
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Yes. This too is designed this way. So you can ejaculate the CD without fumbling for the key.
OT: You've been thinking too much about making out!
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ok guys... i too have one Q! What is the Oil Pressure light next to the speedometer? Oil Light refers to low Oil in Engine. Then why is this "Pressure" referring to?

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Old 17th August 2007, 16:35   #29
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what is the red triangular button seen on the facia of some modern cars?
Isn't that to switch on the hazard warning- all the indicators flashing together.
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Old 17th August 2007, 16:51   #30
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A question on car care - If I get my car polished with wax, should I stop the daily car wash (with water) for a couple of days, and clean the car with a dry cloth instead?
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