DarthSagacious

darthsagacious


Directions unclear; accidentally aimed a GRB at Earth in the future.

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Where assholes meet 15 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Just my luck. And hers.
Sitting inside bass cabinet with 16 12-inch subwoofers 9 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
She looks like she enjoys those 12 inch woofers.
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This leaf has been properly mended 3 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Is that a Gharbad reference?
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*packs bags* 6 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
There is a neighborhood like that about 10 miles from me.
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Making good use of Newton's 3rd law 5 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
This is basically redneck rocket science.
Expecting a call from HR in the near future 1 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
86,400 per day.
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Cats a smart 1 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
It's a new cloth-based bowling.
Ladies, Have you checked it 10 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Who has to be told that blood coming out of your nipples is not a good thing?
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Where assholes meet 15 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
If it had gotten rid of you, then yes.
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Everything comes with a price 5 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Photographic memory does not equal intelligence. It would certainly make some things easier (history, for example), but would not necessarily help with anything that requires problem solving or higher-order thinking.
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Everything comes with a price 5 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
I bet you still don't remember the good stuff, though.
Fruits 8 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
It looks like someone recorded a video of fruit while looking through the turbulent water vapor coming off a boiling pot.
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People learn differently 3 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
No, but it is used as a test for proper neurological function: 10.1136/emj.2005.031377
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Triboluminescence is the effect of light being emitted when something is broken 4 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
I was coming to say that. There are a lot of interesting ways to make light, and some that we have no clue how it works.
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This changes the connotation of "playing it close to the chest." 2 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
That's called hyperhidrosis. You are most likely fine (i.e. it is a result of benign genetics), but there are some possible neurological or endocrine causes that you might want to get looked at, just in case.
Help meeeee~~!!!! Snakeeeee 10 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Great, that's super entertaining... I was just trying to share something interesting about animals, since everyone is so obsessed with them.
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Hadron,from greek 'qpov - thick ,stout 5 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
They were apparently going for: Greek: ἁδρός, hadrós, "stout, thick"
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Help meeeee~~!!!! Snakeeeee 10 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Animals adopt toys as babies often.
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Help meeeee~~!!!! Snakeeeee 10 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Cats have adopted weirder creatures as their babies.
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5 million or 5k forever 37 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
I already make enough to live comfortably, so I would take the $5M and put half in safe investments and the other half in higher risk, bigger potential gain investments. After an as of yet indeterminate amount of profit, I would open up my own lab and get into what I really want, which is to go back to school and get another degree (in nanoscience this time) and start curing diseases from the molecular level, before they even have a chance to become a disease.
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Help meeeee~~!!!! Snakeeeee 10 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Adult cats (particularly lions) will mimic pain when their little ones bite them in order to encourage the babies and show them that they are doing a good job learning how to hunt.
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Pretty relatable 14 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Yes, we all know John 3:16. But, looking at the evidence around us, one has to really question how much God could care and still let this shit happen.
Can we get some recognition for The Desert Fox? 33 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Respect for admitting a mistaken viewpoint. I know I'm not always right, and I know it is sometimes hard to quasi-publicly admit it.
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Where assholes meet 15 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
It actually is. Either they realize they are an asshole and decide to change, or, at the very least, they get what they deserve. Also, I get being an asshole out of my system so I can be decent to people who don't deserve it. Triple win.
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Can we get some recognition for The Desert Fox? 33 comments
darthsagacious · 33 weeks ago
Yes, I think you are trolling. If you had ever been a soldier, you would know that you only have to follow lawful orders. A soldier is under no obligation to commit a crime that was ordered, and the Nuremberg Trials might ring a bell that soldiers can be tried for war crimes. The armed forces are made to serve and protect, not to mindlessly murder.
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