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i know, i feel horrible about laughing at it
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maurvir wrote: Image
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I dunno...I think overcoat over bikini qualifies as NSFW. (although repeating the pic on a web page requires no extra bandwidth)
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Sri Lankan Navy ships spent 12 hours rescuing elephant spotted 8 miles off-shore:

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While elephants can swim long distances, they almost always do so for only short periods of time like crossing a deep river.

When landed wildlife officials took over taking care of the elephant before releasing it.
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DEyncourt wrote: Sri Lankan Navy ships spent 12 hours rescuing elephant spotted 8 miles off-shore:

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While elephants can swim long distances, they almost always do so for only short periods of time like crossing a deep river.

When landed wildlife officials took over taking care of the elephant before releasing it.

I just love this!
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Switzerland Glacier Bodies.jpeg


I haven't checked the other pages so i hope i'm not posting something someone else already did. 2 bodies intact, clothing and all were found in a melting glacier in Switzerland. They're believed to be the bodies of a married couple of farmers that disappeared in 1942 while tending to their cows.
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justine wrote:
Switzerland Glacier Bodies.jpeg


I haven't checked the other pages so i hope i'm not posting something someone else already did. 2 bodies intact, clothing and all were found in a melting glacier in Switzerland. They're believed to be the bodies of a married couple of farmers that disappeared in 1942 while tending to their cows.

It was thought that back then they had fallen into a crevasse in that glacier such that even if they survived the fall they weren't able to climb out. Over time and with the ends of nearly all glaciers melting their bodies were finally revealed.
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DEyncourt wrote:
justine wrote:
Switzerland Glacier Bodies.jpeg


I haven't checked the other pages so i hope i'm not posting something someone else already did. 2 bodies intact, clothing and all were found in a melting glacier in Switzerland. They're believed to be the bodies of a married couple of farmers that disappeared in 1942 while tending to their cows.

It was thought that back then they had fallen into a crevasse in that glacier such that even if they survived the fall they weren't able to climb out. Over time and with the ends of nearly all glaciers melting their bodies were finally revealed.

What a horrible way to go!
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Wow, that dude is pretty slow on his feet. The bucket had already stabilized before he even moves. He should consider a different line of work.
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well having the bucket kick you would be a switch

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i like my sushi fresh

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What about eating live lobster? They cut it open and you eat it while it still moves

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smoking is super bad for you mmkay

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TOS wrote: i like my sushi fresh

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I'm having a hard time with this one. All that is left is muscle mass, so without something stimulating the nerves, how the hell is even this amount of flopping even possible?
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you ever see a chicken that just lost it's head and let loose?

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2qzg99 <- gory for some dinner for others. be advised.

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the many formats of "dunkirk"

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We need a change in subject: "Moon Dust Bag, Accidentally In Private Hands, Auctioned For $1.5 Million":

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Mind you: not just from any Apollo landing, but from Apollo 11 so containing samples gathered by Armstrong and/or Aldrin.
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One of the rare cases where someone was dumb enough to send an artifact they bought to the government to get it authenticated and still get it back.
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inappropriate?

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TOS wrote: inappropriate?

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I think it's funny
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No way would I do that.
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All the rest on the bus were eaten by tigers.
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obvs wrote: No way would I do that.


jump blind off a mist-shrouded cliff? what are ya, chicken?
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TOS wrote:
obvs wrote: No way would I do that.


jump blind off a mist-shrouded cliff? what are ya, chicken?


In that case? Yes. Yes, I am.
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TOS wrote:
obvs wrote: No way would I do that.


jump blind off a mist-shrouded cliff? what are ya, chicken?
Oh but I'm sure there are some things I would do that would scare a lot of people.
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obvs wrote:
TOS wrote:
obvs wrote: No way would I do that.


jump blind off a mist-shrouded cliff? what are ya, chicken?
Oh but I'm sure there are some things I would do that would scare a lot of people.


'cuz you work in DC?

Moonlighting as a Gigolo and peeing on GOP senators isn't exactly "scary" the way we mean it.
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I don't think I would make a very good gigolo.
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obvs wrote:
TOS wrote:
obvs wrote: No way would I do that.


jump blind off a mist-shrouded cliff? what are ya, chicken?
Oh but I'm sure there are some things I would do that would scare a lot of people.


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