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I like the smile on the baby's face.
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A good professional photographer develops a trigger finger reflex for shots like that ...
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justine posted:
Kirk posted:
I'm pleased to know I'm much too far away to need worry about this.

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I was wondering how far you were from that. Glad you aren't close!

Hah, they lost track of it and can't find it now. They should have never let it out of their sight. Snakes can lay low for days. This may take weeks or months to find again. I'm just very glad there's no way it can slither fast enough to get down to my area in less than a year, given typical serpent behavior.
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... story.html
We have a new largest known dinosaur at 65 tons.
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Last edited by Kirk on Thu Sep 04, 2014 5:24 pm.

Here's a close pass asteroid. almost at geosynchronous satellite orbit distance.
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Kirk posted:
justine posted:
Kirk posted:
I'm pleased to know I'm much too far away to need worry about this.

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I was wondering how far you were from that. Glad you aren't close!

Hah, they lost track of it and can't find it now. They should have never let it out of their sight. Snakes can lay low for days. This may take weeks or months to find again. I'm just very glad there's no way it can slither fast enough to get down to my area in less than a year, given typical serpent behavior.
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... story.html

I would think that it being albino they'd have an easier time finding it. If it's in the open, that is.
justine posted:
Kirk posted:
justine posted:
Kirk posted:
I'm pleased to know I'm much too far away to need worry about this.

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I was wondering how far you were from that. Glad you aren't close!

Hah, they lost track of it and can't find it now. They should have never let it out of their sight. Snakes can lay low for days. This may take weeks or months to find again. I'm just very glad there's no way it can slither fast enough to get down to my area in less than a year, given typical serpent behavior.
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... story.html

I would think that it being albino they'd have an easier time finding it. If it's in the open, that is.
That'll help, just not as much as one might imagine. Snakes hide really well. They're an ambush hunter.
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Kirk posted:
justine posted:
Kirk posted:
justine posted:
Kirk posted:
I'm pleased to know I'm much too far away to need worry about this.

Image

I was wondering how far you were from that. Glad you aren't close!

Hah, they lost track of it and can't find it now. They should have never let it out of their sight. Snakes can lay low for days. This may take weeks or months to find again. I'm just very glad there's no way it can slither fast enough to get down to my area in less than a year, given typical serpent behavior.
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... story.html

I would think that it being albino they'd have an easier time finding it. If it's in the open, that is.
That'll help, just not as much as one might imagine. Snakes hide really well. They're an ambush hunter.


Hopefully they find it sooner.
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that's no moon, that's a lava flow!
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dv
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Well... that'll get you pushed over to the tow truck.
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radarman posted:
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WTH is that?
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justine posted:
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WTH is that?

A steering wheel "replacement".
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What's the deal with the extensions on his index fingers?
Kirk posted:
justine posted:
Kirk posted:
I'm pleased to know I'm much too far away to need worry about this.

Image

I was wondering how far you were from that. Glad you aren't close!

Hah, they lost track of it and can't find it now. They should have never let it out of their sight. Snakes can lay low for days. This may take weeks or months to find again. I'm just very glad there's no way it can slither fast enough to get down to my area in less than a year, given typical serpent behavior.
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... story.html


Unless it hitches a ride on a car of course.
:D
Farmerkev posted:
Kirk posted:
justine posted:
Kirk posted:
I'm pleased to know I'm much too far away to need worry about this.

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I was wondering how far you were from that. Glad you aren't close!

Hah, they lost track of it and can't find it now. They should have never let it out of their sight. Snakes can lay low for days. This may take weeks or months to find again. I'm just very glad there's no way it can slither fast enough to get down to my area in less than a year, given typical serpent behavior.
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... story.html


Unless it hitches a ride on a car of course.
:D

It did. it is heading for Justine’s place.
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Oh thanks a lot!
TOS posted:
dogs!

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Someone added audio from a car rally crash to this.

The full video with audio can be seen here.
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that is awesome
Rats! We can't make hissing noises at justine to watch her jump.
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I saw a snake yesterday. It wasn't big, foot and a half maybe, but I was glad it was dead.
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ukimalefu posted:
I saw a snake yesterday. It wasn't big, foot and a half maybe, but I was glad it was dead.

Didja poke it with a stick?
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Kirk posted:


Quote:
... “I went into action ... "


Do you people in Cali really talk like that?
Some, unfortunately
especially when they want to make themselves appear manly
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Must be because, Hollywood!
Definitely a morally corrupting environment. ;)
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Kirk posted:
Definitely a morally corrupting environment. ;)

The best kinda people: The Morally Corrupt!
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Pithecanthropus posted:
ukimalefu posted:
I saw a snake yesterday. It wasn't big, foot and a half maybe, but I was glad it was dead.

Didja poke it with a stick?


No, but it was kind of flat, I guess a car ran over it, so no need to poke it.
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lleviathann The itch you can't scratch
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Geesie posted:

I had to Google your Google. Yeah I'm not that hip any more. :(

"Get off my lawn!"
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japanese motorcycle ad

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lleviathann The itch you can't scratch
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For hot, sweaty seats?
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You are adorable.
user Stupid cockwomble
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That's not a vette.
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