I was trying to think up oxy morons, and wondered if any one had any good ones. Just post as many as you can think of. here's mine: jumbo shrimp.
Topic by jedi pen-gui-n | last reply
Here we are boys and girls (and others) . How about a lively discussion about the differences and similarities between the above groups. What about examples and even names of celebrities who fit a category. Whoops that was an oxymorone. A celebrity who is a geek, nerd or dork. Anyway I look forward to your lively remarks.
Topic by craftyv | last reply
Yes, I know, It's an oxymoron. I've always wanted a high-speed camera, but they are way too expensive. I was wondering if any of you fellow Instructablers have a high-speed camera that you've lost interest in, and are willing to sell for a low price. Alternatively, if any of you know how to make a cheap, high quality, high-speed camera, could you post an Instructable? Edit: I bought a Casio EX-F1 a while ago, and even made an iBle about it. I also have a bunch of videos here.
Topic by Spl1nt3rC3ll | last reply
Here's a fun article from the New York Magazine.http://nymag.com/news/features/33157/Let's see: Green is the new black. Green is the new red, white, and blue. And green is the new green, or at least a new means of getting people to plunk down more of it. To some, the "green consumer" is an oxymoron (they might even drop the "oxy"). The real solution, they say, is to consume less. While there's some truth to this, a Walden-or-bust approach seems ill-suited to our present culture. Greed and vanity are alive and well; if they can be enlisted in the fight to save the planet, who are we to turn them away? With green-hype alert levels recently upgraded to orange, skepticism is warranted; here, our fictional sparring partners examine some well-intentioned products that mainly serve the buyers' self-esteem, and others that have unsuspected depths.
Topic by ewilhelm | last reply