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How does this guy manage to do that with such enormous testicles!? I mean, surely, they must get in the way, right?


look at how pristine the water is -- i'd rather swim it


Yeah, except for the guys on Seadoos flying through there...
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I would imagine wearing that gadget in public would have the same discouraging effect.
Pacino's come down in the world. He's better than that.
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Fiddling while the ship berms?
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sinkin' it like it's hawt
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I'm thizzle kizzle of thizzle world
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DEyncourt posted:


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"With an out-of-home inventory situated in high traffic, high-impact locations, it made sense to leverage our digital sign on the Gardiner to amplify this message for the general public good," says Cieslok president and CEO Jörg Cieslok.


I think the sign is pretty clever, but I don't think I could ever hire a company whose CEO spoke like that.

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Last edited by Mustapha Mond on Tue May 17, 2016 9:58 pm.

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juice Inadvertently correct
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:facepalm:

Yeah, because stealing something like that isn't going to be conspicuous...
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Would have gotten away with it too if not for that meddling house.
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this weird internet fascination with thomas the freaking tank engine ...
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"We are all stardust....."
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maurvir posted:
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Yeah, because stealing something like that isn't going to be conspicuous...


I want to see when they take the mask off the car thieve
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I've worked like that, sometimes from 7:00 am Friday until 5:00 pm Monday, taking naps on a cot in the back room.
Hospitals are different, tho ...
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DEyncourt posted:


same thing at the newspaper i worked at in shenzhen, in the same area

everyone had a cot under their desk and would take a siesta at lunchtime ... the whole business ground to a halt

looked exactly like that photo
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I'm building myself a costanza for my shop. It'll be a self contained sleeping pod and a desk.
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Is "dairy" one of those words like "natural" and "organic" where there isn't an official gov't definition so you can say something is non-dairy even when it contains milk?
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Mustapha Mond posted:
Is "dairy" one of those words like "natural" and "organic" where there isn't an official gov't definition so you can say something is non-dairy even when it contains milk?


"Organic" is definitely defined by the USDA, for certification purposes, while "natural" is not. Although the list of "organic" pesticides contains stuff that's probably worse than the most commonly used non-organic stuff. So it means something, but doesn't mean anything useful. But, there's still a list.

Pretty much anything can be defined in law, and it will vary from state to state.

I recall reading about one state recently (Florida I think? Unimportant.) where organic 1% milk couldn't legally be called milk, because the skimming removed too much of the vitamin/nutritional content. (And adding in vitamins after the fact violated the organic-labeling rules.)
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