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oops, wrong thread, ukifail

(unless you consider G3 iMacs nature/science stuff, it's a "computer lab" after all)

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That makes me think of our lab of TRS-80s.
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juice posted:
That makes me think of our lab of TRS-80s.


I don't know what you're talking about

:heh:
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"i think there's something wrong with the a/c"

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That A/C prevents rodent infestations.
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STEVE

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also some video

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Late at night on July 25, 2016, a thin river of purple light slashed through the skies of northern Canada in an arc that seemed to stretch hundreds of miles into space. It was a magnificent, mysterious, borderline-miraculous sight, and the group of citizen skywatchers who witnessed it decided to give the phenomenon a fittingly majestic name: "Steve."

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user posted:
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STEVE

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also some video

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Late at night on July 25, 2016, a thin river of purple light slashed through the skies of northern Canada in an arc that seemed to stretch hundreds of miles into space. It was a magnificent, mysterious, borderline-miraculous sight, and the group of citizen skywatchers who witnessed it decided to give the phenomenon a fittingly majestic name: "Steve."

Hey that looks like this game.
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Actually, I just saw Steve on the Shivering Isles (Oblivion).

I just bookmarked that Hinterland game - might get it in a few weeks.
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user posted:
Actually, I just saw Steve on the Shivering Isles (Oblivion).

I just bookmarked that Hinterland game - might get it in a few weeks.

The Long Dark is amazing, but also unforgiving. You die a lot. It is beautiful and great, though.
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dv posted:
So apparently Raccoons do this.

https://flyheightvideos.com/videos/gheamf/


huh

I have seen elephants and chimps do things like that, care for their dead
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what da fiddlesticks bro
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"oh benevolent and odoriferous trash god i beg you to bestow mercy upon your filthy servant ..."
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Go wash your hands!
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user posted:
what da fiddlesticks bro

I've just been feeling less special lately. From a species standpoint, I mean.
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tornadoes are strong mmkay

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picture fails to deliver on thread title
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Uhm... wouldn't Yoda be The Sun? Mace Windu would be like maybe Jupiter...
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Where the hell is this gorgeous footage from?
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just found it in imgur

looks like the matterhorn tho
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user Stupid cockwomble
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what da fiddlesticks bro
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get the fiddlesticks off my bed

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nice camera work
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gravity, you no-good uncouth individual
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Natural Rock Pools, Pamukkale, Turkey

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huh. didn't think they celebrated st patty's day in turkey
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maurvir Steamed meat popsicle
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So cats, essentially.
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