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I'm glad that was circled otherwise I wouldn't know the funny part.
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More of a question of willingness than ability.
Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

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...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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Geesie wrote: I'm glad that was circled otherwise I wouldn't know the funny part.


I would have searched for an unaltered original, but I'm goddamned lazy.
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jkahless wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: It's not, that human waste is poison. Sweet tasty poison I just had a glass of. BIG glass. I like to live dangerously.


You're exactly like a heroin junkie! :eek:


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jkahless wrote:
macuser wrote: Image


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It is blatherskite.
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The Coke crap is fresh from the horse, but there are good reasons to limit consumption of soft drinks.
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I happen to like blatherskite, thank you very much.
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radarman wrote: The Coke crap is fresh from the horse, but there are good reasons to limit consumption of soft drinks.

I rarely drink them myself, and the last time I tried a Coke I thought my tongue was going to mutiny.
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Pithecanthropus wrote:
radarman wrote: The Coke crap is fresh from the horse, but there are good reasons to limit consumption of soft drinks.

I rarely drink them myself, and the last time I tried a Coke I thought my tongue was going to mutiny.


Having nearly stopped drinking them a while back, I can hardly tolerate most soft drinks now. They are WAY too sweet, and I've actually gotten to where I prefer just drinking filtered water. I do sweeten hot tea and coffee, though.
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Coke...aka coca cola...

best use is cleaning old battery terminals in your car

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Could just use phosphoric acid.
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...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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radarman wrote: The Coke crap is fresh from the horse, but there are good reasons to limit consumption of soft drinks.


I hardly ever drink pop. I can do months in between glasses. :) Way too damn sweet.
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Naive robot buys the big one in Philly. :(
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We will rue this day when Skynet becomes self aware.
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Yo dawg...
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hah
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Rims.

The Apple Watch is rims.
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This really is a good demonstration of how much better self-driving cars will handle traffic compared to humans.
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And I am supposed to fly back to Taiwan from Thailand on Sunday. I hope it does not slow down, or maybe curls north.
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I suggest making arrangements to extend your stay in Thailand or change your flight plans.
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Better hurry while it's still there...
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radarman wrote: Image

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Naive robot buys the big one in Philly. :(



Fuckin america man. Fuckin america.
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This is going to sound fuckin ridiculous, but jesus her toes need to be positioned better.


Also. damn.
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Ironically, the Dead Sea appears to be dying.
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Kirk wrote: I suggest making arrangements to extend your stay in Thailand or change your flight plans.

The current forecast has it pretty well clear by Sunday, as I understand it, and a hit on Taiwan is still officially only a 50% probability at best.
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What happened there?
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The tree fell over and the roots were all on the surface, pulling up the turf.

That happens when people irrigate frequently and lightly. That's a known problem. One is supposed to irrigate only a few times a week and for a long time, so the water seeps deeply. That encourages trees and bushes to put down deep roots.

Also some trees just have surface roots. Redwoods in California are notorious for this, and falling over with a tremendous crash. I've no idea about that particular tree.
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They were just about to sweep the street's trash under there (the trash is behind the person who took the pic)
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MacAddict4Life wrote:
Kirk wrote: I suggest making arrangements to extend your stay in Thailand or change your flight plans.

The current forecast has it pretty well clear by Sunday, as I understand it, and a hit on Taiwan is still officially only a 50% probability at best.

A near miss will take out power lines, possibly knock trees down on runways or merely cause some flights to be delayed or rerouted. Why not entirely avoid the risk and change your flight plan now?
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