Added 5 new Therapist quests
Something smells fishy: 30 cans of Pacific Saury
Where did Prapor touch you?: 1 x Therapy doll
All my friends are dead: 5 copies of the book ‘All my friends are dead” (This book is in game already & also available on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/All-My-Friends-Are-Dead/dp/0811874559)
All my friends are still dead: 5 copies of the book ‘All my friends are still dead”
Bitcoin Mining: 1 x power supply, 1x power cord, 1 x CPU, 1x CPU Fan, 1 x circuit board, 1x USB adapter, 12 x RAM, 50 x Graphics cards
For anyone who has not read 1984 from Georges Orwell here is a link to Amazon to purchase and educate yourselves. Just imagine the same story but with a Philip K. Dick twist integrating 21st-century tracking technology on citizens.
You are technically correct (best kind)
however many editions of the book have been published with only the number "1984" on the cover
When even the publisher gets it wrong, it's hard to find much fault in random internet comments
I think he’s ready for this children’s bedtime classic:
Go the F**ck to Sleep
ETA: Which is a real book in case anyone didn’t know
Start with this book: https://www.amazon.com/New-Penguin-Russian-Course-Beginners/dp/0140120416
Language learning is 80% about comprehensible input. Here is a list I made with all the YouTube channels you can watch once you've reached level A1:
You seem to have misunderstood the concept of the term "thoughtcrime". Here's a link to the authoritative treatise on the subject if you want to brush up.
Every Russian learner needs a copy of this textbook. I don't study the language any more, but it is a fantastic resource that somehow makes sense of the ridiculously complicated Russian grammar.
Sigh...these whippersnappers have never heard of "Manifold Destiny" the car-engine cookbook. ~~A bit out of date but~~* Definitely both practical and funny -- they even evaluate different car engines for cooking suitability.
*Looks like they've updated it in 2008. Mine is from the 90s.
A great cookbook for those who like to cook while they're driving.
>As someone already said...for now. Get a hard copy, just in case. 1984 is, frankly, scarily prescient.
Paperback can be had for less than $8
The creator of xkcd wrote a book on 'Serious scientific answers to Absurd hypothetical questions', I really enjoyed it, it was quite entertaining:
Sample of what some of the stuff in the book looks like:
Book on amazon:
1984 - George Orwell
I hope people will use this money to buy a copy of George Orwell's 1984 book.
Because the irony would be so wasted on the stupid.
Ya know! I wish I could tell you. It was given to me by an amazing friend for Christmas
I found this link however it doesn’t appear it’s available right now. I’m sorry to see that! https://www.amazon.ca/dp/0789331144/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_XUO-Fb8J9QNEQ
A guy I used to work with owned this book.
For anyone else looking. They sell the Holy Grail on Amazon for $12.
It sounds like you want to learn more about the great, the wise, the merciful, FSM!
The FSM watches over us with is meaty eyes and every so often, when we are hungry, he touches us with his noodly tentacles.
I'd like to offer you a book that explains more about the FSM. Unfortunately this book isn't free, but you can order it from Amazon.
Not sure if this is the same book, but did find a BB Cookbook on Amazon! https://www.amazon.com/Bobs-Burgers-Burger-Book-Recipes/dp/0789331144
Randall Munroe from xkcd wrote a book like that: https://www.amazon.com/What-If-Scientific-Hypothetical-Questions/dp/0544272994/
I'm pretty sure his webcomic probably has some of that kind of thing?
Its called "1984" by George Orwell. If you ever hear the term "Orwellian" that originates from his work in "1984".
here you go my dude, read it and realise how silly you look.
Here is, in no particular order, a short list of gifts I'm getting my wife, and the reasoning behind each.
These are the gifts I got her that actually reference her being pregnant. For other ideas...
There is a book entitled Manifold Destiny that gives recipes and how-to's. I think it's still available on amazon. I've made a few, even on modern engines. Just have to remove some of the plastic.
I've been using this book and I'm only on lesson 5, but I've enjoyed the way they explain things. Like they explained the prepositional endings really well.
Sure kids books are great but have you seen this: https://www.amazon.ca/Go-F-Sleep-Adam-Mansbach/dp/1617750255/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=go+the+f+to+sleep&qid=1626472224&sr=8-1
Thanks for the chance!
Shoo Shoo Kidney Stone.
My father was just in the ER a couple of weeks ago for this same reason. He has to have A LOT of morphine as well. My father was discharged the next morning and is fine, thank goodness.
I'm glad to hear your mom is doing better and it's not anything worse!
Here is a cookbook, Bob's Burgers Cookbook and if you haven't ever seen the show, it's not a deal breaker. They have some very crazy burger combinations that actually sound pretty delicious!
Thanks for hosting!
Mathematician here, who also loves reading and a cup o' tea.
I really enjoyed reading the book by Randall Munroe (the creator of XKCD), about absurd hypothetical questions answered rigorously by science. I couldn't put it down!
You can find it here.
Yes, here is the Amazon link.
Though it was originally (and still is) a (sporadically updated) blog, available here. The book contains quite a few questions that are not on the blog, though, like for example what would if you fired a bullet as dense as a neutron star at the earth.
It's definitely better than Rosetta Stone.
I think paired with something to really cement the grammar will be pretty effective.
Use it with the New Penguin book. (only $15 on Amazon)
Or even better, the Bob's Burgers Cookbook.
https://www.amazon.com/Bobs-Burgers-Burger-Book-Recipes/dp/0789331144 the Bob's Burgers subs has posts where people share pics of their burgers. Bet It All On Black Garlic, New Baconings, and Baby You Can Chive My Car are very popular.