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That kid's got good balance
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Standing in front of a green screen is difficult?
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If that's how it was done, enlighten me how you can tell.
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Look at her legs. They don't change except to spread apart. It's a stillish shot of the kid composted on a video of the two women pushing the carts. Also, do you think they would act so oblivious to the girl risking such a fall?

Also the lighting is different.
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What's the channel on the right for? Bowling balls? ;)
In cave tunnels where I've seen not too dissimilar concrete work the channel is at floor level and narrower to drain off any water leaking through from above. Having the channel at arm height is bizarre unless its for something else.
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It's actually an escape slide discovered in the Grand Hotel in Taipei.
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Not content to be merely tacky, this man's shirt is pure gold. He literally has $200k on his back.
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And that folks is why you tie them down first.

radarman wrote: It's actually an escape slide discovered in the Grand Hotel in Taipei.
ORLY? Then all I can think is that using it would cause major bruising over large portions of the body.
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radarman wrote: Image

Not content to be merely tacky, this man's shirt is pure gold. He literally has $200k on his back.
India? They really like their gold. Its very flexible and would work as a shirt. But I bet its heavy and doesn't stay cool. ;)
And yeah its kinda ugly.
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Kirk wrote: And that folks is why you tie them down first.

radarman wrote: It's actually an escape slide discovered in the Grand Hotel in Taipei.
ORLY? Then all I can think is that using it would cause major bruising over large portions of the body.


I suppose it was bruising versus disintegration. The slide leads to a bomb shelter.
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Damn good seal on that door and strong to support that level of water. Where's that from?
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That's a strong glass door
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Kirk wrote: Damn good seal on that door and strong to support that level of water. Where's that from?


Somewhere in Ireland apparently.
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I've seen that series of solar images before. Amazing how large some suns can get.
The last slide is typical 13 year old humor.
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Kirk wrote: I've seen that series of solar images before. Amazing how large some suns can get.
The last slide is typical 13 year old humor.


Which explains why I found it on Reddit...
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user wrote: Look at her legs. They don't change except to spread apart. It's a stillish shot of the kid composted on a video of the two women pushing the carts. Also, do you think they would act so oblivious to the girl risking such a fall?

Also the lighting is different.

Also, unlike in the Jean-Claude Van Damme commercial that this GIF was parodying, those prams don't have anywhere close to enough mass nor the structural integrity--they probably easily collapse to be put into the trunk, right?--to support a child doing that (unless there were a couple of people outside of the GIF's frame pushing on them, a possibility for which is discounted by how casually the women are pushing those prams).
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radarman wrote: Image


jamie lee curtis? dayam
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Damn! That's one hell of a dammed door!
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TOS wrote:
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jamie lee curtis? dayam

Makes me want to hear her scream.
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user wrote:
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jamie lee curtis? dayam

Makes me want to hear her scream.


i wouldn't even mind her man bits
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Uranus subject to massive storms:

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For whatever reasons, when Voyager 2 zipped through the Uranian system in 1986 there were absolutely no storms spotted much less ones of this size. So far there have only been ground observations of the current storms, but there is a move afoot to take some time out of Hubble's busy schedule to take some pics.
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DEyncourt wrote: Uranus subject to massive storms


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i love these ambient gifs

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I can see that live by looking to my right.
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New Borderlands?

And your tape's broken loose.
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