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Listening to quacks is not a survival trait 19 comments
lucky11 · 1 day ago
"Horse-dewormer" that's a bit like calling "corn" chicken feed. While yes it can and has been used for that purpose that is not its main use today. Whether or not it works for a flu I don't know or care. But it is a general purpose medication. That until recently was commonly prescribed in the US and has been used to treat hundreds of millions of people.
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The bottom right corner of excel 4 comments
lucky11 · 1 day ago
Well since most of the paper will just be blank the printer is really just going to spit up paper, run out, and repeat.
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Idk if it’s true, but what a queen 4 comments
lucky11 · 1 day ago
You mean incentivizing and helping our kids with school instead of expecting the teachers to do everything while applying massive handicaps works? Never would have guessed.
Level: 10% 4 comments
lucky11 · 5 days ago
Can 100% relate.
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What a lovely pair of .. 4 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Yeah, but your blue feet are not and I'm looking at your feet cause they're...let's go with unusual. Feel free to waddle away if you don't like it.
It was sent into the student's brain by the hacker 4chan 5 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Waste of time, if the student didn't do the assignment fail the assignment. They're supposed to teach math not try and control their students rights to exercise free speech. If the student wants to not do the work and scribble what looks to me like bizarre men then let them. Let them fail. If they constantly fail because of stupid reasons hopefully they'll learn not to be so stupid.
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KFD 15 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Never liked gator tail. If you can try some soft shelled turtle. That's a pretty good unusual meat. Not much meat on them but it is tasty. Bit like squirrel in that regard. Takes a few to make it worth it for a meal.
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Oh no, the soap has dropped 5 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Curtains? There was just a shower room with shower heads coming out of the walls. The only stalls were for the toilette.
We were guaranteed 7hrs of sleep each night and they were required to give us at least 4 of those hours uninterrupted. Out of everything though I think my cycle, specifically my platoon, had it pretty easy. The average age in my platoon was like 25 so we didn't have a whole lot of the stupid going on. The other platoons in the company were much younger in comparison.
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KFD 15 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
They do call iguana tree chickens in places that regularly eat them because they taste so similar.
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Oh no, the soap has dropped 5 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Never had that particular issue. But it was 5 days before we were allowed to shower in basic training. 2 weeks before we were allowed to wash our clothes.
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Tyrannosaurus Shirt 3 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Yeah, I'll go with that.
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KFD 15 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
I can almost guarantee that if a fast food chain advertised it this way more people would buy chicken.
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Revive me, I have Ray gun 1 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
I rather liked the ones in 28 Days Later.
Co-op schooling with ex-marine 7 comments
lucky11 · 3 weeks ago
Yep, once a marine always a marine, unless you were dishonorably discharged I believe. Need a marine to confirm or deny that last part but I think that's how it works.
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I'll take the ichthyosaur 13 comments
lucky11 · 3 weeks ago
Brontosaurus and Ankylosaurus
The 60's were a wild time. 10 comments
lucky11 · 3 weeks ago
Having seen some of the cook books from this time period "not bad" is actually a really good thing. Here's a few of its contemporaries: https://www.buzzfeed.com/ariannarebolini/truly-upsetting-vintage-recipes
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Boomer meme cuz I'm old 2 comments
lucky11 · 3 weeks ago
Fun fact there was a whole fight scene choreographed for this scene but Ford was sick with dysentery. He could only shoot in ten minute sections and the scene would have taken 3 days to shoot. They were originally supposed to fight whip vs sword but Ford suggested it day of and Spielberg agreed since he was thinking the same thing. The only one really left out was the stuntman who had practiced months for this job and was instead killed in five minutes.
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Emotional survival. Aka escapism 3 comments
lucky11 · 5 weeks ago
Some of the best comfort books to read as an adult are young adult fiction. You don't have to think when you're reading one because it's geared towards a younger audience. They still have great characters but the motivations are simpler making it easier to slip into them. The plots tend to be less subtle and more straight forward even if they're a mystery. Never let the supposed age of an intended audience stop you from reading a good story. A good story is a good story regardless of your age.
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*summons the trash panda* 1 comments
lucky11 · 5 weeks ago
"Every week you're waiting for someone to take you out. Are you a bin?" or "If every week you are waiting for someone to take you out, are you a bin?" This was written by someone who knows punctuation exists and it should be used but is mystified by their purpose.
Oh, you silly 3 comments
lucky11 · 6 weeks ago
Which is perfectly acceptable and a valid reason for not doing that. But if that isn't your reaction or it doesn't bother you then you may be willing or even enjoy working those types of hours despite the negatives. Some people do this while they can in preparation for the future. Some want to do this to get into a position where they don't need to keep up that level of work but still maintain the level of income. Some want to retire early enough so they can do still enjoy doing the things they love. It really depends on the person. As long as your not someone who complains that they don't get the same "perks" as someone who did put in all that work and effort, it's all good.
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Beep beep 8 comments
lucky11 · 6 weeks ago
That's really old. I mean the quote you're using not the girl. Haven't seen that one for years. Surprised you could recall it.
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Beep beep 8 comments
lucky11 · 6 weeks ago
If the guy on the left is supposed to be the CIA contractor wouldn't his jacket say CIA?
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They went to artflow.Ai and put in "9000 year old Greek teenage girl" 5 comments
lucky11 · 6 weeks ago
You're talking about people who have the training and skill to bring to life a long dead person's face. Does this training and skill seems like the type that belong to a person familiar or adept at applying make-up or knowing what light to use to give the best appearance to a person? I'm not saying they don't, the picture does that, but it's extremely unlikely they even thought of applying better "light" or whatnot. It more likely went something like "Look what we did! This is amazing! Let's show everyone because this is so cool!"
He's not the messiah 3 comments
lucky11 · 6 weeks ago
Graham Chapman, who played King Arthur, was drunk for almost the entirety of the filming according to rumors.
The sorcerer "Tim" actually had a much longer name but forgot it or couldn't remember all of it so he improvised "Tim" which was so anticlimactically funny that they kept it.
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Norwegian Forest Cats 3 comments
lucky11 · 6 weeks ago
I have one from the American strain that was brought over in I think the 20's. She's beautiful. Her fur is extremely soft but is actually in two layers. Together they form a water resistant layer that sheds liquids and provides insulation from snow. Mine used to lay in my bathroom sink and would just drink when I turned on the faucet. You can literally see the water run off the fur.
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