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yeet 1 comments
aphelion · 25 weeks ago
That thing on fire is another baby.
Video is "Building A Laser Baby" by Michael Reeves.
Today’s sign at my neighborhood Chevron station. This is the only place I go for gas, 4 comments
aphelion · 26 weeks ago
Not if Tesla has something to say about it.
They used to laugh and call him names. 5 comments
aphelion · 26 weeks ago
Artist is Jakub Rozalski, who is also responsible for the 1920+ universe, he inspiration behind the new game Iron Harvest.
*disney is 5 comments
aphelion · 27 weeks ago
This is correct, as in both cases they are referred to as a single entity.
Since there may have been some ambiguity in my original comment, you'd use the plural if referring to members within a group such as "the family members are eating dinner" (vs the singular "the family is eating dinner").
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*disney is 5 comments
aphelion · 27 weeks ago
Typically, if you're referring to the company as an entity, such as in this example, it is referred to singular (it/is). If you are referring to the people who work at a company (either a subsection of them or all at once) then you would use plural (them/are).
I have no qualifications, but your question was interesting so I went looking for an answer.
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Taser go brrr 7 comments
aphelion · 28 weeks ago
Anything's a dildo if you're brave enough.
That is actually pretty short 4 comments
aphelion · 28 weeks ago
Plot twist, she was under that too.
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They having a blast over there 15 comments
aphelion · 29 weeks ago
Locally sourced too! Thank god they didn't have to lug 2,750 tonnes of the stuff very far.
Surgeon General Makes a Mask 4 comments
aphelion · 29 weeks ago
I assume the large amount of material helps compensate for the terrible filtering of the fabric.
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Nothing like a little murder to lift the spirits 3 comments
aphelion · 29 weeks ago
My money's on the crow.
Devious bastards.
f*ck this propaganda 3 comments
aphelion · 30 weeks ago
No, if you go about 50km inland from the coast where the population density decreases enough for the australian auror colloquially known as "crikey-physics" to dissipate, giving way for gravity to right itself and resume normalcy once more.
The thot slayer 6 comments
aphelion · 31 weeks ago
I see you're not familiar with the chankla.
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Thicker lacklustre Golems 2 comments
aphelion · 33 weeks ago
Lord Buckethead awaits
*round house kicks in Dumblydore* 8 comments
aphelion · 33 weeks ago
Unless that wizard is from the mages guild in Cyrodiil. They spam portals so much they basically get Teleportation Circle as a cantrip.
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Intergalactic man holes 8 comments
aphelion · 33 weeks ago
There's an easter egg in Stellaris where one of your science ships gets hit by "an ancient projectile traveling at a fraction of lightspeed that seems to have come from a distant galaxy."
It seems someone didn't wait for their firing solution.
The temptation is real 2 comments
aphelion · 33 weeks ago
Grocery store: a shop where one purchases healthy essentials such as melons, water, and gatorade.
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Intergalactic man holes 8 comments
aphelion · 33 weeks ago
This, recruits, is a 20-kilo ferrous slug. Feel the weight! Every five seconds, the main gun of an Everest-class Dreadnought accelerates one to 1.3 percent of light speed. It impacts with the force of a 38-kiloton bomb. That is three times the yield of the city buster dropped on Hiroshima back on Earth. That means: Sir Isaac Newton is the deadliest son-of-a-bitch in space! I dare to assume you ignorant jackasses know that space is empty! Once you fire this hunk of metal, it keeps going 'till it hits something! That can be a ship, or the planet behind that ship. It might go off into deep space and hit somebody else in ten thousand years. If you pull the trigger on this, you are ruining someone's day, somewhere and sometime!"
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Coolest actor alive 3 comments
aphelion · 34 weeks ago
Cyberpunk 2077
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You’ve sunkk my battleship 18 comments
aphelion · 35 weeks ago
5E
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What's A Christmas RomCom Without Dragon Age Cosplayers 6 comments
aphelion · 35 weeks ago
Can't go wrong with a dwarf romancing Bull. Makes all the funtime moments even more hysterical than they already are.
But thanks to the tie in in Inquisition, romancing Alistair in DAO then having your warden kill the archdemon sans ritual gives the best romance arc in my opinion.
Cullen and Josie are both just so cute though.
I didn't even notice that Cullen was the same adorable templar that was hitting on my warden so long before until I went back and played DAO after a few runs of Inquisition, and it made so much of his dialogue make so much more sense after that. Guy's been through a lot and is still one of the most adorable romances, gotta give him props for that.
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Ah sh*t 10 comments
aphelion · 36 weeks ago
I think a significant part of console appeal is the cost efficiency relative to pc. A console costs $400-600 and can be equivalent to a $1.5K-2.5K PC, depending on retailer, market prices, and country. They also come with a guarantee that the specs will be sufficient for whatever you buy to run on it. But they have the downside of having a lower ceiling for most features, such as graphics, loading speed, and especially customization such as modding or control schemes (kb&m, controller, HOTAS, etc.).
So for most people a console will provide whatever they need in a cheaper, simpler package, but people looking for a more advanced experience such as modding, complex setups for immersion (possibly including VR), or just want one device for everything (games, hobby, work, etc.) and are willing to pay the higher upfront cost, a PC may be preferable.
As an aside, games are often cheaper on PC. Not by much, normally only about $10, but it's something.
Ah sh*t 10 comments
aphelion · 36 weeks ago
32 gigs is either video editing / rendering, or someone who got suckered by marketing.
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I can see why 4 comments
aphelion · 36 weeks ago
No one spits like Gaston...
I can see why 4 comments
aphelion · 36 weeks ago
No one spits like Gaston...
After spending the first 257 days of her life in the hospital, my niece gets to go home 3 comments
aphelion · 36 weeks ago
Honest question, if a kid spends an extended period of time in a hospital at this age, how might it affect them later on? Would they grow up more accustomed to hospitals, or would it instil some kind of fear?
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