Smitty

smitty


I am just a very thin layer of charming with some funny sprinkles wrapped around a huge creamy center of raging arrogant a-hole.

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4-dimensional shapes can f*ck right off 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
Nah man, 4D geometry is amazing.
It's like, you can almost wrap your noggin around it.
Flip, turn... uh huh, yup.
Flip, turn... yeah, mm hmm.
Flip turn... I think I'm almost there...

Then it flips in the reverse direction, but the spin doesn't reverse like you were expecting it to.
Suddenly, you go cross-eyed and can smell toast.
This Trash bag 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
Buy now button?
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Sleepless comparable Goldfish 12 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
I agree with everything, except your choice of the word alternate. That's how the pseudoscience crowd gets their foot undeservedly in the door with their alternative evidence and alternative facts.

If you have "alternative evidence" that challenges the status quo, that isn't cherry picked or biased, that's not alternative evidence. That's evidence.
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The sun telegram 6 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
Well... it's a bit of a mixed bag really. I'm ok, but we have started persuing other options.
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The sun telegram 6 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
*facepalm* of course.
In my defense however, I quit drinking 6 months ago for cancer treatment, so booze isn't exactly in my wheelhouse right now.
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Didn't we all? 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
It's really hard to not go all Ad Hominem on this guy.
Like something straight out of fallout 4 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
Daaamn, that's gorgeous.

Fallout? Sure, but I'm getting a Mystery Men vibe.
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The sun telegram 6 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
A clue please? Because I don't.
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rovvin 6 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
iLobster. Apple's bloodsuckers... I mean lawyers would like a word with you.
You know it's Christmas season when you see this. 2 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
A little late though.
Liberty rising. 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
Don't Blink.
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Oi bruv 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
Be that as it may Gov'nah, those are US DOT highway signs, placing you squarely on the wrong side of the pond from Goucestershire.
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Enough, I'll turn your opinion into a soyjak meme 4 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
And yet, soyjak is in the title. You're just a couple brehs away from 4chin. Do us all a favor and take it back there where it belongs.
When Sky News that the third case with the Coronavirus was spoted in the UK 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
So... earlier this past year when Covid first started getting bad and a little scary, I was at a liquor store near closing. An employee brought out a wheelie bin to collect trash from the registers and the cans at the door.
It rattled and clattered, making a hell of a racket as it rolled. So, like any sensable person would, she called out "bring out your dead" in a flat monotone as she went.

Dark? Oh yes. Inappropriate? Probably. Hilarious and the laugh we all needed? Absolutely.

I decided to get in on the act as I walked to the back, calling out, "I'm not dead yet," "I'm feeling better," and "I think I'll go for a waaaalk."

This made it even better and the people at the front, employees and customers alike were in stitches.
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Walking through Ann Arbor, MI 4 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
Yes, and?
How to make friends as a gatekeeper 4 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
Annoying just doesn't cover it. Fox has found themselves in court over the drivel that has spewed from his hole.
They argued that "the viewers know he's lying; no rational thinking person would believe the things he says."
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Nothing is perfect. So what? 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
The "both sides" statement is the opening subject of a recent episode of the Christopher Titus podcast.

Bottom line, it's a dodge meant to avert responsability for wrong doings that essentially amount to atrocities.
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German castle 7 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
No kidding... cool, thanks!
And here I am thinking the US ran short on eccentric wealthy industrialists.
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The 1938 Phantom Corsair - The one prototype that’s known to exist can be found in the 2 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
I have heard that its caretakers do not enjoy driving it. Its handling has been likened to that of a bathtub full of water or a drunken cow
Mae Jamison, the first African-American woman in space gets her own lego figurine 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
She's from the women of NASA Lego set which also includes:

Margaret Hamilton, the computer programmer that wrote the software to land us on the moon.
Nancy Grace Roman, NASA's first Cheif Astronomer and the Mother of Hubble.
Sally Ride, the first American Woman astronaut and third woman in space overall.
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A bunch of empty racks... Must be going out of business 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
Oh look, its a Gravy Seal cosplay supplier.
My Korean School Lunch! Pork Cutlet, Blood Sausage Soup, and Assorted Banchan 2 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
That kimchi is on point, even if it's not bean sprout. Bean sprout kimchi is my jam.
German castle 7 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
:( not gonna lie, kinda jealous. Here in the states that I'm aware of, we have ONE building that can legitimately be called a castle.

Hammond Castle in Gloucester MA, built by John Hays Hammond Jr. Consitered to be the father of radio control, the castle served as his home and labratory.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammond_Castle

At least it's close enough for me to visit.
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Now this I find hilarious 1 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
When you unlock the tech tree unevenly.
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Checkmate atheists! 2 comments
smitty · 18 weeks ago
And yet, the people that seriously post this to Facebook thinking it's an insult, are the same snowflakes that start crying "war on Christmas" when you point out that it's a pagan holiday the Christians stole and it is entirely possible to celebrate it secularly.