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Buffalo Bill's "The Great West that Was".

      I'm watching a movie serial called "The Indians are Coming" starring Tim McCoy from 1930.  (The very first "all talking" serial.)  The credits say it was "Suggested by the story The Great West that Was by William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill)"  I searched for that title, and found nothing.  Finally, I decided to try The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, searched for the title there, and it turned up! …See More
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P. Aloysius Regnad replied to P. Aloysius Regnad's discussion Films and Television. in the group Western SteamPunk aka CowPunk"
"      Well, I've found one other episode :  https://ok.ru/video/1083356809775       And there does not seem to be anything like an official DVD release of this series.  Only single…"
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P. Aloysius Regnad replied to P. Aloysius Regnad's discussion Films and Television. in the group Western SteamPunk aka CowPunk"
"      Anyone else remember the show "Wild West Tech" that aired on the old History Channel?  I was reminded of it recently, and decided to see if there were any episodes available online.  Low and behold,…"
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P. Aloysius Regnad commented on P. Aloysius Regnad's blog post Ballistol - A steampunk multi-purpose oil(?)
"      I think I should point out that when I used ballistol on a highly polished stainless steel knife, it left the surface cloudy, and smeary looking.  It took a bit of effort to return the original mirror…"
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P. Aloysius Regnad replied to P. Aloysius Regnad's discussion The Bullwhip. in the group Western SteamPunk aka CowPunk"
"      And as far as the length of whips in films go, it looks to me as though it can vary, even from scene to scene.  In other words, the length of the whip used is proportional to what the scene requires.  Really,…"
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The Bullwhip.

      Indiana Jones aside (and I like Indiana Jones movies), I see the bullwhip as a traditional Western item.  They show up in plenty of Western films (and non-westerns, as well).  They have even been tested by the Mythbusters, and most of their film attributes were found plausible, more or less.      Now I'm sure the majority of people reading this have seen an Indiana Jones film, and seen how he uses a whip.  But in the twilight of the B Western (late 1940s to mid 1950s) there was another…See More
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P. Aloysius Regnad commented on P. Aloysius Regnad's blog post Steampunk Props #3 - Keys, Locks, and Wrist Restraints.
"      I didn't originate this phrase, but I'm a firm believer in the idea that "locks keep honest people honest".  The truth is, it's stupendously easy to pick most common pin tumbler…"
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Steampunk Props #3 - Keys, Locks, and Wrist Restraints.

      If one is involved with various types of investigations, and the apprehension of wanted criminals, like my character is, being able to get into (or out of) locked areas, and keeping any outlaws captured alive under control, can be useful.  So, I've collected a few items to facilitate that.  Like keys -      These are pretty much ordinary keys for warded locks that I…See More
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P. Aloysius Regnad replied to P. Aloysius Regnad's discussion Films and Television. in the group Western SteamPunk aka CowPunk"
"       Well, not exactly a Western, although there is at least one Western themed episode, I'm watching "The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne" for the third time.  This time around I noticed…"
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Dorian Grey: Sexual Tension (Or Lack There Of)

Posted by Arabella Porter on January 26, 2014 at 7:09pm 2 Comments

 
                  "You're rich enough to live and stay in the posh areas yet you buy your own private building in Whitechapel for parties." Ara leaned casually on the door frame when Dorian Grey opened the door. "You get younger by the year”, she smiles mischievously.  Dorian, clad in a fine grey suit, chuckles. Brielle stands just behind Ara, white faced. Tugging on her sleeve,
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Death's Keeper, Sgt. Mac...

Posted by Sgt. Ian MacBrooke on March 30, 2014 at 9:37pm 0 Comments

     I suppose I could always start at the beginning, but nearly recent history is more palatable to the masses. Besides, a rather mediocre childhood and education all aside, life becomes more interesting after we start making our own choices. My first truly self-made decision to join the military and make something of myself started off much like anyone else's. I arrived at the Army recruiter's office, signed my 'Hancock' to paper, kissed the Queen's picture and took the shilling. I was…

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A meeting of the minds

Posted by Wilhelm A. Heizeltroff on March 30, 2014 at 11:30pm 6 Comments

Wilhelm sighed as he moved a the knight into position on the chess board. He knew his gambit would not gain him more than three more moves but it was still better than his second opponent. It was only two more moves until he was in checkmate. The game between the opponents was still undecided. 

Times like this reminded him that, in nearly every field, the two men opposite him were his superior. Their minds moved in ways that could not fathom, even with nearly three decades of life…

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Grounded

Posted by Alexander Baker on January 31, 2014 at 5:00am 0 Comments

"Felix, you have served us well. The only thing is there have been several incidents since we rescued you from your captors. I know they did some horrible things but the incidents keep happeneing," The commander said looking out the window, overlooking london.

"We can figure out the source of this, it won't be that hard," attemping to bargin with Commander Valerius.

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The Rejected Gear

Started by Alexander Baker in Rejected Gear. Last reply by Captain Silver SteamAether Apr 6. 9426 Replies

 A place for those who feel outcast or forgotten by the steampunk community or in life.…Continue

Tags: Roleplaying, porter, roderick, S.S, S.s

Need help with some leather working

Started by Thorn E Martinek in General Chat. Last reply by Mikhail 'Krakyn' Cogsmith Apr 5. 1 Reply

Hello all, I have a bit of a leather working conundrum.  I am making a functional respirator mask,  and the center seam is a curved V that I want to stitch edge to edge.  I'm planning to use a cross…Continue

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Decor or Functional? What do you use your Goggles, Canes, watches, etc. for?

Started by Lady Rayna Keller in General Chat. Last reply by Mikhail 'Krakyn' Cogsmith Apr 5. 19 Replies

My husband just made the comment "Mommy's are just for decoration on top of her hat." to my daughter about my goggles and it got me thinking.   Is there really a preference to why we make our…Continue

Robots #1

Started by Madison L. Grigori in General Chat. Last reply by Mikhail 'Krakyn' Cogsmith Apr 5. 1 Reply

“The Three Laws of Robotics:1: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm;2: A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where…Continue

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