The Random Image Thread (keeping it PG-13 at the worst)

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maurvir Steamed meat popsicle
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Ok, that is pretty awesome. :up:
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I now wonder Jesus's reasoning for chasing them out of the temple.
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Did you see it? I totally forgot
'Don't Get Neil deGrasse Tyson Started on the "Super Moon"'.

BTW: the Moon was full at 15:47 UT on December 3rd, which would be around dawn Sunday morning for most of the Americas. This would mean that in the Americas the Moon appeared at its fullest during the night of December 2nd because it will not rise earlier than past 7 pm anywhere on December 3th.

When was the Moon at perigee? At 8:43 UT on December 4th. That's right: almost 3/4th a day later.
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RE: supermoons--how about NEXT month? In January 2018 not only will there be TWO full Moons (so the second is a so-called "blue moon") but both might be classified as supermoons:

Full at 2:24 UT on January 2nd, perigee at 21:56 UT on January 1st, so separated by only 2.5 hours.

Full at 13:26 UT on January 31st, perigee at 9:55 UT on January 30th, so separated by 27.8 hours.

I suppose that some people will quibble about the latter being separated by more than 24 hours.

BTW: as a consequence of that late blue moon, there will be no full moon during February 2018 AND another blue moon in March 2018 (full on March 2nd and 31st, though neither will be close to the Moon's perigee date of March 26th).
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I now wonder Jesus's reasoning for chasing them out of the temple.


i believe "no fiddlesticks human waste" is a direct quote of our lord and saviour
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Compute like is 1999

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Grissom, White, and Chaffee, express their concerns regarding their Apollo 1 spacecraft.
https://arstechnica.com/science/2017/12/apollo-risk/
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The power of prayer!
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ukimalefu posted:
Compute like is 1999

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warin is picturing her doing that on his dimpled, quivering flesh
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TOS posted:
ukimalefu posted:
Compute like it's 1999

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warin is picturing her doing that on his dimpled, quivering flesh

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maurvir posted:
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When a cow or bull raise their tail like that you look for a shovel, not the ice cream scoop.
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Séamas posted:
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When a cow or bull raise their tail like that you look for a shovel, not the ice cream scoop.


As opposed to:

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dv posted:
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When a cow or bull raise their tail like that you look for a shovel, not the ice cream scoop.


As opposed to:

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Hey! I was in college and I needed the money!
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that right there is some top-notch comedy, folks

and look at those suits! hilarious!
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From Japan (of course): a covering for electrical outlets that look like you are plugging into human nose:

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Mind you: the original project was crowd-funded.
arkayn Aaarrrggghhhh
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DEyncourt posted:
From Japan (of course): [url=http://www.japantrendshop.com/hanaga-tap-nose-outlet-p-2234.html]a covering for electrical outlets that look like you are plugging into human nose:

http://www.japantrendshop.com/img/ekod- ... sory-1.jpg

Mind you: the original project was crowd-funded.


Only $48 plus $20 shipping.

I can buy a very good power strip for that price.
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DEyncourt posted:
From Japan (of course): [url=http://www.japantrendshop.com/hanaga-tap-nose-outlet-p-2234.html]a covering for electrical outlets that look like you are plugging into human nose:

http://www.japantrendshop.com/img/ekod- ... sory-1.jpg

Mind you: the original project was crowd-funded.


Only $48 plus $20 shipping.

I can buy a very good power strip for that price.

Of course, if all you you want is PRACTICAL.
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the nose knows
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Where were the spiders?
ukimalefu posted:
TOS posted:
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Compute like it's 1999

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warin is picturing her doing that on his dimpled, quivering flesh

Not. I never fancied Helena. Regina (played by Judy Geeson) was more my cup of tea. ;)
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Warin posted:
ukimalefu posted:
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Compute like it's 1999

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warin is picturing her doing that on his dimpled, quivering flesh

Not. I never fancied Helena. Regina (played by Judy Geeson) was more my cup of tea. ;)


if i recall correctly i preferred the shape-shifting lady
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...and the programming language extension is rated PG?
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I like the design of that page.
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Mustapha Mond posted:
I like the design of that page.


There's... so much text. It's almost like facts matter.
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and in only 4 colors!
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