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ella and louis

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jesus christ they summoned an it
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Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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radarman posted:
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not at all claustrophobic, no, not the least little bit!
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arkayn Aaarrrggghhhh
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TOS posted:
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OWWWWW X 10!!!!
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Soooooo fake.
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Pithecanthropus posted:
Soooooo fake.

Well, yeah, the guy at the bottom would be under a couple thousand pounds of human.
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Soooooo fake.


of course it is
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Douchebag of the year. This 21 year old sued her parents (with help from her grandmother) for a college education and won.

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With no link detailing the story, I guess we'll have to take your word on that.

Isn't that a high school gown? Aren't all college gowns black?

She isn't in college. She just won a lawsuit against her parents. That was probably a FB picture the news people found. And i didn't link to the story because it's easy enough to find.
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TOS posted:
radarman posted:
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not at all claustrophobic, no, not the least little bit!

The ride takes, what? Two hours?
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1) This is going on where I live.
2) At 500 square feet, these are bigger than my first apartment.
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radarman posted:
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1) This is going on where I live.
2) At 500 square feet, these are bigger than my first apartment.


Surely if giving homes to the homeless solved any problems, it would have been done before now. Right?
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now i'm hungry
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radarman posted:
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1) This is going on where I live.
2) At 500 square feet, these are bigger than my first apartment.


ah yes the tiny homes fad continues apace
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TOS posted:
radarman posted:
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1) This is going on where I live.
2) At 500 square feet, these are bigger than my first apartment.


ah yes the tiny homes fad continues apace


To be honest, if I weren't married, and I had land to put it on, I would consider one of these. Owning a home has some nice perks, but it's also a huge burden. Something like this would be easy to maintain, force you to be realistic about how much crap you own, and potentially let you live in places you wouldn't otherwise be able to.
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parents of the year

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[snip of pic of cosmonauts aboard a Soyuz]

not at all claustrophobic, no, not the least little bit!

The ride takes, what? Two hours?

It depends, but the last manned launch (Expedition 41 aboard Soyuz TMA-14M) took 6 hours to get from launch pad to getting docked, then they took another 2 hours before the hatches between the Soyuz and the ISS were opened. The time it takes to dock comes from being very cautious in getting any craft to approach the ISS. I can only guess that time after docking is due to equalizing air pressure on both sides of each hatch (there is that small space between the hatches that at the time of docking contains a vacuum). You wouldn't want to simply dump air into that space in case the seals of the dock had malfunctioned (in which case they would be dumping air off the ISS/the Soyuz). The hatches open inward toward each craft, so if the space between the hatches were still a vacuum then pulling open the hatch would require something in the range of 3 tons of lifting force.
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one of the more obscure topics for infographicization

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user Stupid cockwomble
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6 minutes, that ain't bad!
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the aftermath of armstrong's legendary gemini flight

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How much false color goes into space photos these days?
user Stupid cockwomble
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They just keep on putting lipstick on thet pig.
chikie The same deviled egg
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Mustapha Mond posted:
How much false color goes into space photos these days?

Most of the sensors are seeing outside the visual spectrum, so lots.
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