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That's why it's a good idea to keep a track of it 2 comments
snowbeast · 6 hours ago
*pushes away breakfast forever*
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Quisling the nazi failure 6 comments
snowbeast · 1 day ago
Where there is wailing and gnashing of teeth
He’s a tough little dude 3 comments
snowbeast · 2 days ago
That cat is so adorable I squee every time I see him
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Purrfect offer 2 comments
snowbeast · 2 days ago
I see this as an absolute win
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R. I. P. Clovis culture 4 comments
snowbeast · 2 days ago
Really? Can you send files on the discord?
Snape, Snape, Severus Snape... 3 comments
snowbeast · 3 days ago
</3
Not gonna lie it's kinda refreshing 7 comments
snowbeast · 3 days ago
Aye but strong, milky tea is a solid 2nd place
Oi oi oi, you got a loisence for that independence? 1 comments
snowbeast · 3 days ago
Ask Hong Kong how they feel about that
Can you tell me how the hell does this make sense? 19 comments
snowbeast · 3 days ago
Wait till they realize we use the word "man" for "one" in Swedish, as in "one does not simply..."
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R. I. P. Clovis culture 4 comments
snowbeast · 3 days ago
Earlier yes, but the Clovis point makers were by no means the first in North America. There seem to have been multiple immigration waves along the west coast (Paisley Cave, Spirit Cave, Santa Rosa Island) and at least one from the east perhaps as early as 22k years ago (Meadowcroft Rockshelter, Cactus Hill, Page-Ladson). Remains are scarce and politically charged, but at least the copralites (aka turds) from Paisley Cave are from a group genetically distinct from those who made Clovis points. I can post sources but I'm tired. I wrote an essay on this topic last autumn (got an A), can make it available if anyone is interested.
Slightly more difficult to get the wrinkles out of the bed 7 comments
snowbeast · 4 days ago
Wish they'd put some clothes on
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Fitness Tip! 6 comments
snowbeast · 5 days ago
I would after I burn your house down
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How times change 2 comments
snowbeast · 5 days ago
I estimated that I spent about 100 hrs on my last archaeology essay. All of it taken from my very limited free time. And I loved every minute of it!
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Zero Context #36 - Heh, Heh... 3 comments
snowbeast · 5 days ago
Thank you very much Mr PW! What a fuzzy beauty!
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Insert emoji 1 comments
snowbeast · 6 days ago
I drive a Mazda too
Famous tanks of the ww2 1 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
This was Nazi propaganda. The Polish cavalry did fight, and successfully. Read your history.
https://www.historyanswers.co.uk/history-of-war/john-riley-st-patricks-battalion-part-2-the-long-fight-for-freedom/
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This is the only way to name your child 1 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
I'm really loving these tbh
Robert Smalls 5 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
Yes!! Also I'd love a movie about the mutiny on the slave ship Creole. History is full of drama and heroism, regardless of (or often despite) race, sex, religion, etc. Hollywood writers need to crack open a book or two.
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So Kim-Jong-Un was PSY the whole time 3 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
Every western country should broadcast this. Then do another one with Xi Jinping.
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The sudden love for vikings hit fast 3 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
The original Stockholm syndrome
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Sweet dreams are made of cheese, who am I to diss a brie? 1 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
Upvote for title
Even biggus d*ckus 1 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
My kid has a friend named Marcus. So of course I call him Marcus Vinicius.
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Gregn'tpost 2 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
Glad someone is
Round about 3 2 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
Too much copper in the real world
The crooked forest 13 comments
snowbeast · 1 week ago
Trees can get this shape if they were seedlings in an area which used to be grazed. In the past it was more common to graze cattle and sheep in forests. The animals trample the young trees and they grow back with a distinctive, curved profile. Not saying this happened here (the trees are very uniform) but it's possible.
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