under_fire

under_fire


I strive to be a well-rounded, considerate individual. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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You've probably never heard of Diana 8 comments
under_fire · 10 weeks ago
On the list of harmful and toxic one-upping behaviors between women and men, I'd say this one ranks pretty low. might want to start complaining on more important and productive things (and i might as well.)
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The irritating gentleman 8 comments
under_fire · 10 weeks ago
You're right, a lot of artists are very precise, but I still think the last comment had unwarranted aggression in it. Plus, nypost,com/2013/05/15/43-8-million-for-this/
The spelling of this sub has been wrong all along. 6 comments
under_fire · 10 weeks ago
I've heard it's spelling stems from when people used "ho!" as a way of greeting or exclamation
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The irritating gentleman 8 comments
under_fire · 10 weeks ago
that last comment irks me. without the title, how can we assume he's hitting on her? for all we know, he could be offering his condolences, or is possibly a close friend. a lot of "art" is open for interpretation, so for this person to say that they support artists because they convey a strict message is shallow and counterproductive.
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Okay now the ping sound is stuck in my head 10 comments
under_fire · 10 weeks ago
honest question, why do people like the ping so much?
Titles describe your post 4 comments
under_fire · 10 weeks ago
whoa, where can one vance youtube?
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Titles describe your post 4 comments
under_fire · 10 weeks ago
what's youtube vanced
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A strain of the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa that became resistant to all man-made 16 comments
under_fire · 11 weeks ago
You're right, global temperature isn't increasing exponentially, that's my mistake. But CO2 levels are almost double their highest recorded points in the past. Climate change due to humans is far from just "hysteria." Besides that, my point was that condemning actual, real problems to the "what else is new" pile is how actual, real catastrophes occur. Ignoring or excusing the problem won't make it go away.
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A strain of the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa that became resistant to all man-made 16 comments
under_fire · 11 weeks ago
The average global temperature has been increasing exponentially since the industrial revolution. What else is new? Things still fall down instead of up?
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It's a problem no matter how old it is. Trying to trivialize it with sarcasm isn't helping.
Robots 1 comments
under_fire · 11 weeks ago
this sounds like an extroverted roommate
I'm all shook up 5 comments
under_fire · 11 weeks ago
it's fun to play around with slang words or phrases that have multiple meanings!
I'm all shook up 5 comments
under_fire · 11 weeks ago
So did you shake a literal tree owned by your family? Or did you go searching around your genealogical family tree and found some crazy people? Or is this a euphemism for jerking off?
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Look it's Jake 3 comments
under_fire · 11 weeks ago
I'm not seeing khakis
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A new zombie movie 36 comments
under_fire · 11 weeks ago
@nightkami , if you're using adblocker there's an invisible banner at the bottom of the screen that prevents the lowest part from being clicked. Use inspect element to delete that then you're peachy.
This is Horseshoe crab blood and it saves lives 7 comments
under_fire · 11 weeks ago
"The most obviously unusual aspect of crab blood is that it is bright blue, a consequence of using copper-based hemocyanin to transport oxygen where vertebrates use iron in hemoglobin. Instead of white blood cells to fight infection, many invertebrates have amebocytes, and Atlantic horseshoe crabs (Limulus polyphemus) have evolved these to such a peak of refinement that they are of enormous medical value.
Horseshoe crab amebocytes coagulate around as little as one part in a trillion of bacterial contamination. Even better, the reaction takes 45 minutes, not two days as with mammalian equivalents. Coagulan, the chemical that makes this possible, is used for testing medical equipment and vaccines prior to use, without which many more people would die from infections." - iflscience,com/plants-and-animals/how-horseshoe-crab-blood-saves-millions-lives/
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Naming is hard 3 comments
under_fire · 11 weeks ago
name your variable things that make sense!!!
childunit;
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I love this picture 5 comments
under_fire · 12 weeks ago
I did that too, but it didn't work the first time.
I love this picture 5 comments
under_fire · 12 weeks ago
pro tip: don't search "tato art" on google or youll get furry fetish porn. I did the digging, and if you want more non-furry non-fetish sci fi art, it's here: facebook.com/TartoHerrera/
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The woman says " I told you so" 3 comments
under_fire · 12 weeks ago
and patting it twice?
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That’s hard, 2 comments
under_fire · 12 weeks ago
also made him hard af so
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Agreed 19 comments
under_fire · 12 weeks ago
i personally liked the clash of the titans movie. I don't think it was exactly accurate to the stories, but entertaining nonetheless
Nearly got a heart attack the first time 2 comments
under_fire · 12 weeks ago
wow i didn't know they made cat blankets
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We appreciate your effort, gentlemen 5 comments
under_fire · 13 weeks ago
od yeht sey
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Homeopathic 2 comments
under_fire · 13 weeks ago
hand me the "extract of scalpel"
jumping straight to abstraction 29 comments
under_fire · 13 weeks ago
i'm having flashbacks. r.
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