doctorow at September 29th, 2013 20:42 — #1
ponto at September 29th, 2013 20:57 — #2
Those are Germans, not Russians.
jsroberts at September 29th, 2013 21:16 — #3
They look pretty friendly - was it normal for German soldiers to stand arm in arm?
nufftin at September 29th, 2013 21:34 — #4
This is actually the first Pet Shop Boys Album cover.
smut_clyde at September 29th, 2013 21:50 — #5
That is the worst Mickey Mouse cosplay ever.
l_mariachi at September 29th, 2013 21:58 — #6
They do make a cute couple. If you think about it, they were pretty lucky to have found each other; I'm sure neither of them thought they'd ever meet anyone who really understood.
doctordevice at September 29th, 2013 22:05 — #7
weren't they monsters-of-the-week on Doctor Who not too long ago?
antdude at September 29th, 2013 22:45 — #8
Aliens, Mickey Mouse's ears, etc.
pjcamp at September 29th, 2013 23:03 — #9
Up in the air, junior birdmen!
ianbruce at September 30th, 2013 00:30 — #10
"Jist acting natural Natasha... Moose and Squirrel will never recognize us in these Moon Mouse costumes. Bah ha ha ha ha ha!!
nelsie at September 30th, 2013 02:54 — #11
Technically, I think these are observers rather than plane-spotters. The former are what the military had before radar, while the latter are amateur plane-enthusiasts, in British English at any rate.
peacen1k at September 30th, 2013 08:07 — #13
Cory, you were already told that the soldiers on the photograph are Germans, not Russians. Here's another fyi: the word "Soviet" doesn't apply in 1917. I'll leave it to you to do some wiki reading to find out why.
I hope you do more research for your books than you do for your posts here.
bloodybl at September 30th, 2013 08:24 — #14
I told you not to cross-breed Daleks and Cybermen, but would you listen? WOULD YOU!?
some_guy at September 30th, 2013 09:01 — #15
"focused on infinity"-- sounds very spiritual.
thekaz at September 30th, 2013 09:07 — #16
Two of boing boing's favorite things - mickey mouse and steampunk!
jim_kirk at September 30th, 2013 17:35 — #17
A few years ago I had the idea of something like this for bird watchers, except instead of the hearing tubes there would be an array of microphones around the binoculars or scope, with some digital signal processing and a display showing which way to point the optics.
jonathan_hendry at October 1st, 2013 02:09 — #18
Found a pretty excellent page about this sort of thing:
Acoustic Location and Sound Mirrors
doctorow at October 4th, 2013 20:42 — #19
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