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After 8 months of paperwork, dealing with the FAA, National Park Service, Homeland 1 comments
lucky11 · 16 hours ago
After 8 months of paperwork, dealing with the FAA, National Park Service, Homeland Security and the Office of Interiors, I received clearance to fly a drone up and over the Gateway Arch -Reddit
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Sorry to break it to you 7 comments
lucky11 · 1 day ago
It all comes down to risk and reward. If you're capable and willing, working 80hrs a week can put you financially in a very good position. If you value money or absolute financial stability it may be something that you'd pursue. However, if those are not as high on your list then working less hours may be more beneficial to your life goals. What is sad is complaining about how someone has something you don't but not being willing to do the work required for it. It's also sad to hold contempt for someone else's life goals if they don't conform to yours.
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Elegant wealthy Dotterel 1 comments
lucky11 · 2 days ago
That movie rocked. The sequel not so much.
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404 humanity is lost in the gods eyes 10 comments
lucky11 · 2 days ago
Sure it's big but a bite doesn't even usually require hospital treatment. Now if we can just increase the oxygen content in the atmosphere by 6-10% we could see some really big insects.
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Ni 7 comments
lucky11 · 4 days ago
ekki-ekki-ekki-pitang-zoom-boing!
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Alarm clocks leaving dreams on cliffhangers 9 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
So many times.
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I'm taking notes 4 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
Okay it looks amazing sure but looking closer? The body is the chimney right? Then it stands to reason the pipe for the smoke is going straight up into the ceiling. And the place where the dragon meets the ceiling? Talk about blowing smoke.
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It starts with 9 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
It doesn't even matter how hard you try
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VagenWolks 3 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
But does it work?
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Wow 6 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Just makes me wonder. First is this really true? Or is it just a Kim Il-sung type story Johnny told people. Second, what problems did he have that could have been completely avoided if he'd just had a competent teacher. To be fair to Johnny though he's done fairly well even if I'm not a fan.
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#buildbackbetter 5 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Nothing like a bit of staged photography to boost your perception levels.
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Wow 6 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Which is an absolute stupid thing to tell a child. There are tons of things a voice coach can teach someone that doesn't involve changing their style. The teacher should have instead helped him continue in his natural style while providing the information and techniques to avoid alot of the common problems that plague new and old singers.
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Tree 1 - professor 0 5 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Apparently it's just a cool story but not true. "This tree is often referred to as the “upside-down tree” by students, as its branches resemble roots. The reason for the unusual shape comes from its cultivation method: rather than sprouting from a seed, this tree grows from a Camperdown elm cutting that’s grafted onto the trunk of a Wych elm."
http://web.archive.org/web/20161101060819/http://old.ubyssey.ca/culture/discover-the-best-trees-on-campus-992/
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Inconclusive understood Magpie 5 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
No one is irreplaceable. The trick is to make yourself more difficult to replace than to keep on. Won't stop you from losing your job if everyone is losing them but it may mean that if they are keeping some employees they'd pick you as someone to keep.
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4chan Geralt 4 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
I hate it when people start clapping at the end of things that are or should be the bare expected ending of whatever. Clapping should only be done when something has been accomplished beyond what can normally be expected. Clapping at the end of a theatre production that you enjoyed? Yes. Clapping at the end of movie in a movie theatre? No. Clapping because the pilot landed the plane like they're expected to do? No. Clapping because the pilot landed the plane after hours of severe turbulence, they've run out of gas and had to perform and emergency landing? Yes.
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No way 3 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Wow.
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What'd y'all trade your firstborn for? 2 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Ah, well, lets not forget the draining their blood to bathe in the moonlight to combat age. Eating them to combat age. And about a dozen other things that ended in using various parts to combat age.
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Yeah, every fortnight 13 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Nope, multiple people have attempted to convince me. First, it always makes the outside of cookie slimy. Second, I like milk and drinking milk with crumbs in it is gross. Third, milk doesn't make the flavour of a cookie any better.
Yeah, every fortnight 13 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
No. It would make the pancakes soggy. I hate soggy bread. I barely tolerate putting syrup on pancakes.
Not like a "vegetarian," right? 2 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Yes.
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Yeah, every fortnight 13 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
While an interesting analogy I'd never willing experience it. I think dipping any cookie in milk is offense that should be punished. It ranks right up there with putting ice cream on a plate with cake. It's a travesty should never be allowed.
“We can repair anything” 2 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
Customer: If you can fix anything why isn't your doorbell working?
also Customer: Why isn't my ______ fixed? I dropped it off like 45 minutes ago.
My popcorn bag thinks I'm a moron 1 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
Imagine the guy that had to answer that call or read the letter that made them institute this.
Look at dem artifacts on the bars 1 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
Nice.
3D printed sword duel 4 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
I love that both the swords broke off below the hilt and still hit each to smash into pieces.
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