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Asian Needle Ant - The next annoying invading species
http://science.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/0 ... in-us?lite
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kamchatka peninsula the other day, all covered in winter white

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Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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maurvir Steamed meat popsicle
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Picture is link. Comments funnier than article.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Nice and surprisingly life-like. I can think of a few amusing uses for those.
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ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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landover baptist, been a while since I've seen their stuff
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maurvir Steamed meat popsicle
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ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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TOS
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radarman wrote:
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is that a reference to something? i don't get it
mmaverick my steady systematic decline
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you sure the one three down on the left isnt a Pitt bull?
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let's break the sound barrier

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TOS wrote:
radarman wrote:
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is that a reference to something? i don't get it

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TOS wrote:
let's break the sound barrier

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Here is a video of the launch of the Solar Dynamics Observatory in 2010. Ignore the starting and ending music, but listen to the reaction of the people around the camera as the rocket disrupts the sun dog (at about 1:50).
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DEyncourt wrote:
TOS wrote:
let's break the sound barrier

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Here is a video of the launch of the Solar Dynamics Observatory in 2010. Ignore the starting and ending music, but listen to the reaction of the people around the camera as the rocket disrupts the sun dog (at about 1:50).


that's extremely cool
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I'm glad that's over. The 24/7 coverage was irritating. I'm not sure if I should feel glad or not. I wish they'd really fix whatever ails the LAPD.
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Kirk wrote:
I'm glad that's over. The 24/7 coverage was irritating. I'm not sure if I should feel glad or not. I wish they'd really fix whatever ails the LAPD.


If this is how the LAPD deals with whistleblowers, yeah, you guys have a problem.
He shot a few people too.
but yeah something is wrong there. Its not like the LAPD hasn't had a bad rep for a long time.
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ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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I've seen that movie
user Stupid cockwomble
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I suppose the circle of flags marks the body.

...I've been wondering who pays for the cabin.
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It was an accident. They didn't think the tear gas grenade would set the house on fire, like it did in Waco. or Philly. or Ruby Ridge.
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DukeofNuke wrote:
It was an accident. They didn't think the tear gas grenade would set the house on fire, like it did in Waco. or Philly. or Ruby Ridge.


And they yelled "burn the stick fiddling house down" because they were huge Parliament fans.
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Geesie wrote:
DukeofNuke wrote:
It was an accident. They didn't think the tear gas grenade would set the house on fire, like it did in Waco. or Philly. or Ruby Ridge.


And they yelled "burn the stick fiddling house down" because they were huge Parliament fans.


I thought they liked Talking Heads ?
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I wouldn't be surprised that they were less careful with a "cop-killer" once they knew there was no one else in the cabin.
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user wrote:
I wouldn't be surprised that they were less careful with a "cop-killer" once they knew there was no one else in the cabin.


But there was - whoever's body Dorner left for them to find. :paranoid:
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user wrote:
I wouldn't be surprised that they were less careful with a "cop-killer" once they knew there was no one else in the cabin.


They opened up with a hail of bullets on a random pickup truck. They had zero intention of taking him alive.
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I wouldn't be surprised that they were less careful with a "cop-killer" once they knew there was no one else in the cabin.


They opened up with a hail of bullets on a random pickup truck. They had zero intention of taking him alive.


That, and they just let the house burn to the ground, waiting until it was merely smouldering to go in. Sure, he was armed, but it seemed like the wanted to make sure the guy was entirely cremated before doing anything. Not that we should be surprised. Cop killers rarely make it to trial.
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I need to put one of those on my door. I've had people call my phone from my door.
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