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

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Artists design their own cars, 1957
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Adult Mutant Ninja Turtles

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I'm not happy with how it came out, but I had to do it, and decided to share it anyway.

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A needle felted Golden Retriever. 5 inches tall. Wool, acrylic fiber, plastic eyes and handmade polymer clay nose.

https://janetsneedlefelting.tumblr.com/
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There's no way this hashtag could be read wrongly, right? :lol:

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Maybe it was intentional, and the show is going to be about really bad cars? :lol:
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ukimalefu posted:
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Aren't there hot springs in Yellowstone and elsewhere where that is actually true?
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dv posted:
ukimalefu posted:
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Aren't there hot springs in Yellowstone and elsewhere where that is actually true?


Yes:

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ye ... ce7aa9258f

(note, this pool was both hot and acidic, and the body dissolved before any of it could be recovered)

http://www.bhpioneer.com/three-mistaken ... e53fb.html
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maurvir posted:
Maybe it was intentional, and the show is going to be about really bad cars? :lol:


Pretty sure it's intentional.

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There are no bad cars, only bad owners.
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Ah, now that I see who is hosting it, it makes sense. :up:
And they review the McLaren Senna in the first episode. Most certainly not a human waste car.
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Warin posted:
And they review the McLaren Senna in the first episode. Most certainly not a human waste car.

Maybe the joke is that it's the car show that's human waste?
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giant cyborg-zombie-turkey?

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what a novel remote control system! a stick to push switches from a distance!
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ukimalefu posted:
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what a novel remote control system! a stick to push switches from a distance!

I had one of those! I didn't even remember it until I saw that pic.
(probably came from Sears, too)
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It's relatively cheap also. I had a hell of a time getting any toys from my Great Depression dad. He might have swung for that. Plus he liked Dick Tracy.
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ukimalefu posted:
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Not pictured: giant lines of coke
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David Bowie, Jim Henson and George Lucas (from the back of the Inside the Labyrinth Japanese Laser Disc).
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ukimalefu posted:
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I've got that.It came with my first Performa.
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"and it will make you bleed from the eyes at no extra cost!"
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"Pho" is pronounced "fuh".
I think there's at least a Pho King in every metro area.
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Is that anything like Sofa King great?
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j_tso posted:
I think there's at least a Pho King in every metro area.

Probably one in a nearby apartment right now.
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Pariah Know Your Enemy
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This morning:

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Up to 80 minutes of audio, under 5 inches, and read by a fricking LASER!

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And it's now a thing of the past.
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and they didn't have great shelf life either, as i recall
Photographer says LIDAR system on self-driving car damaged his camera:

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The "lights" in the sky are where the LIDAR burned out the sensors inside his camera (the line in the picture is an occasional artifact). The maker of the LIDAR system has offered to replace the $2 K camera.

AEye--the LIDAR maker--uses a 1550 nm laser which has the advantage of being opaque for the fluid inside human eyes. As a result they can use more powerful lasers than most LIDAR systems, BUT this does make anything without similar protection like camera sensors vulnerable to damage.
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