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Failure is not an option 9 comments
lucky11 · 3 hours ago
There are plenty of doormats made of mesh like materials to allow water through so even if it's raining you'd still be good.
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Who needs a case? 5 comments
lucky11 · 23 hours ago
Anybody with a pet.
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It's just a coincidence! 5 comments
lucky11 · 1 day ago
These tribes are from the Ecuadorian area. The major fires were/are in Brazil with some secondary focus in Paraguay, Peru, and Bolivia. The fire starters are presumed to be farmers burning back the forest for farmland. The fires this year with all the hype is actually less than previous years. The Global Forest Watch's records only go back to 2001 but 2002-2005, and 2007 all had a greater number of fires.
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h*rny gf can be dangerous gf 3 comments
lucky11 · 2 days ago
Well okay, so I can see where this would be amusing because no one actually thinks you're going to actually break it. However, it's actually something that can happen and is extremely painful with a painful and long recovery. Here's the info, warning it does contain graphic images so you've been warned. en.wikipedia . org/wiki/Penile_fracture
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By creating an indoor temperature inversion and carefully controlling humidity, a climate 3 comments
lucky11 · 3 days ago
Interestingly whenever I tried typing (9)gag without parenthesis it replaces it with the word where.
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By creating an indoor temperature inversion and carefully controlling humidity, a climate 3 comments
lucky11 · 3 days ago
By creating an indoor temperature inversion and carefully controlling humidity, a climate engineering company created a genuine indoor cloud - (9)gag
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All your fault Event Horizon 3 comments
lucky11 · 3 days ago
Probably because it's a simple and cheap method to demonstrate a complicated idea in a way that everyone can understand. Granted it's completely wrong in almost every way but it's simple and for the purposes of a movie it's sufficient.
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You can call me Mr. T 3 comments
lucky11 · 3 days ago
So an additional part of the story is that Mr. T used to be a bouncer and when people lost necklaces/chains he would wear them so that if they came back they would see them and be able to claim them back. I love that what started out as a practical idea to make his job easier morphed into something with such a profound meaning that he made it part of his entire life.
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Not so funny now, is it Mr. Satan? 6 comments
lucky11 · 3 days ago
And if he just snaps his fingers and you now have no arms, legs, or tongue and then sets you fire, I don't think either of those things is going to help. Yes, I realize it's supposed to be ridiculous and I'm totally not playing ball with that but I like a little more thought in scenarios. Now given the same situation only slightly more plausible I would find it more amusing from the opposite perspective. Someone who thinks they'll be able to do whatever in hell if they can just show up in enough numbers and the Devil's like that's cute and snaps his fingers and bam they're all minnows or something.
Not so funny now, is it Mr. Satan? 6 comments
lucky11 · 3 days ago
So let's assume that the Devil is somehow in charge of hell and can punish people. You die and go to hell but your body is still on Earth. So your soul goes to hell, what makes you think you even have genitals? Or if you do what makes you think the Devil wouldn't just make you super horny and then remove them anyway? A being that's so powerful it dwarfs the distance between an ant and man and you think he's somehow not going be able to deal with a few idiots?
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Totally 5 comments
lucky11 · 4 days ago
youtube . com/watch?v=vwD3dv24xGk
They need to give him a 31 million for 31 years 14 comments
lucky11 · 4 days ago
So true story but he did get 1 million in the end.
cnn . com/2016/12/21/us/tennessee-inmate-wrongly-imprisoned/index.html
independent . co.uk/news/world/americas/tennessee-dallas-wrong-jailed-conviction-compensation-lawrence-mckinney-rape-burglary-31-years-a8268641.html
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so cool 10 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't this the exact same thing Columbus saw with ship masts and why he thought the Earth was round?
Big Brain time 10 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
While I think the kid's right, the teacher isn't necessarily wrong. The exercise is a "reasonableness" math exercise the point being to determine the difference between the fractions and whether the statement is reasonable given those specific fractions.
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East bound and down, loaded up and truckin' 7 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
Average distance of journeys performed in road freight transport in the EU-28 was 131 kilometres (81 miles) in 2017. Dividing overall ton-miles moved by tons moved indicates that the average distance traveled for all freight in the United States is 244 miles, the average distance moved by truck is 128 miles (206km).
As best as I can tell the average long haul truck driver in the US does between 500-600 miles (805-966 km) a day. In the EU that distance is milestone but not usual. typically only 400-500 miles (644-805 km )a day. So the distances are not that different but there are more limitations on distance and time in the EU. Combine that with the size regulations and it easy to see why the difference in rigs comes about. Plus in the US many companies aren't going to shell out for stays hotels and want their drivers on the road as soon as possible hence the cabs have living space for sleeping and whatnot.
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Can't argue with facts :)) 10 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
Running costs are quite low it doesn't draw anymore power than a upright or ceiling fan.
Can't argue with facts :)) 10 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Same price on their own website or you can get a refurbished older unit for $219.
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Why 21 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Unsanitary.
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Can't argue with facts :)) 10 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Yeah, major downside is that it cost so freaking much and unless you're able to save up or have come into some money, like your tax return, it's just hard to justify the cost. I would totally by it again but man it's really a shock to the wallet.
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Can't argue with facts :)) 10 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
No, it's just super handy and I've found most people have never heard something like it even exists.
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Can't argue with facts :)) 10 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
I have a Bedjet for this very reason. If you've never heard of it, it's basically a fan that pumps air from down on the floor where it's cooler up under the blankets or into a special comforter that blows up and circulates the air. In the winter, or whenever, it also has a heating function. You can set the temperature and it will continue to heat the air it blows to that temperature. Depending on the temperature you can run it for 12 hrs at a time, longer if you continue to add time, and it has different fan speeds. bedjet . com/
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Apple has blocked a video of the crowd's reaction to the price of the Pro Stand on 1 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Funny, it's still there for me. youtube . com/watch?v=YuW4Suo4OVg
Hahahahaha, until now they yelled in all directions that trans should have equal rights 13 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
They run in standstills because of how different male and females bodies are put together. Even given the same weight class, in strength, men vastly out perform women. They have struggled to find some way to classify athletes that allow them to separate them. But since the whole point is to perform at the peak of your physical ability such distinction can only be made after the events when you see how they perform. So you can see how difficult it is when you can only divide by performance and you end up back at square one.
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U dont read this 4 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
You finished elementary at age 8? What country? In the US your usually 10, very rarely 9, and not younger unless you skipped grades.
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Little Swedish girls 3 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Ah, found it. Pippi in the South Seas (1970).
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