I watched a video that featured this guy. He makes his movies with discarded computers and casts his friends and neighbors. It's all actually really cool. They don't have much but they have a blast making the movies.
He seems like history's chillest dude.
http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-32531558 I think this is the guy.
Edit: I mean come on. Dude has a studio that teaches kung fu to kids to keep them off the streets and train them to be action heros. This guy is a fucking machine.
Edit 2: I realize "fucking machine" was a poor way to phrase it, but I'm leaving it, because it's hilarious.
I know some people are calling nigeria/Uganda bullshit: I'm not sure where OP sourced his clip, I just know it seems like this Ugandan dude's work. Not saying it's him. Just saying that article is worth a read. I'm no expert. Never claimed to be, but don't write it off. Dude has a story that deserves to be heard.
Edit 3: https://www.patreon.com/wakaliwood heard this was his page. Admittedly did zero research because I'm in a bar working on my 7th blue moon. I'm sure I'll get destroyed in comments if it isn't him. Check muh facts reddit. I double dawg dare you. Just make sure we're really right when we give. These crazy motherfuckers deserve our money. They deserve everything. Just make sure we come correct. Nam sayin?
It would take approximately 5,714 balloons to actually lift a 175 lb person into the air thereby obviously strangling them. However, it only takes 11 lbs of force to choke someone to death so it seems that around 357 balloons should do the trick.
For anyone wondering the book is called The Story of Life by Chris (Simpsons artist)
>Same picture on amazon
Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the philosopher as false, and by rulers as useful. - Seneca
EDIT: It appears this quote might be properly attributed to Edward Gibbon: "The various modes of worship, which prevailed in the Roman world, were all considered by the people, as equally true; by the philosopher, as equally false; and by the magistrate, as equally useful."
It is manipulated by your search history ಠ_ಠ
Edit: To hijack my own post. Here is a non blurry version to prove what my fellow redditors have said that results stay the same even in Private browsing (NSWish)
That girl is actually pretty awesome and used her temporary 'net notability to raise money for charity.
Someone ~~answered~~ asked, "Why are you so awkward?" And she responded, "Because I'm 13."
Well that's either a funny joke for everyone or a really obnoxious way to let everyone know Ryan has IBD or whatever.
This is an Amy Sedaris book called I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence and we've been doing it for a couple years at our get-togethers. Without fail, someone opens it every time to the delight of our previous party attendees. The hard part is getting all the marbles to stay in medicine cabinet long enough for you to shut the door, but it's well worth the effort.
This book actually became a bit of a meme a few years back because it's so sad and she talks about her husbands death and such which spawned the idea for the book.
Subsequently it sent the prices of the book on Amazon and such skyrocketing (at least for a book) at the time.
Here's the amazon link where you can find some humours reviews on it.
You were wrong, though. It's cyclic and recurs every 6, 5, 6, and 11 years alternately. In July 2005 there were five Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
That is Angie Griffin from a Christmas parody she did.
This is the video (it is about 20 seconds in).
Here is a tumblr of a lot of her stuff.
Full disclosure, this photo with a similar comment appeared somewhere else on the web about a year ago I think. I stumbled across the photo today and thought I'd share it :-)
EDIT: Found it. It's item #7, and the comment accompanying the photo may as well be verbatim.
My cat absolutely loves the "BLOOP" sound so she started literally paw-shoveling the water out of her dish so she could hear it again and again. I had to take away the top part because she'd empty the whole gallon onto the floor.
And here is the picture of the Google car taken from the Bing one.
Wow, that was unnecessarily fast . . .
Parks and Recreation, "Fluoride" is the eighth episode of the sixth season and the ninety-eighth episode overall.
It originally aired on November 21, 2013.
The episode is available on Amazon and iTunes
The scene begins at the 19:45 mark.
Found a photo of it online for anybody curious. It's very unfortunate!
And the book in question on Amazon.
Here is another one.
You get rewarded one for each year you have wasted on reddit. I guess this one means its 2012 outside.
It's a normal laptop keyboard with a silicon rubber covering. I keeps the keys from getting dirty and worn and helps reduce the chances a spilled drink will get in the keyboard and wreck your computer.
This was from my senior class prank almost 3 years ago, it was $31. We spray painted it gold too.
Alt angle for proof
*DEPARTMENT OF PHOTOSHOPP
Looks like the building was from this stock photo.
Isn't this one of the photos from CheapAssGamer when Walmart fucked up and had TV's and other items like 90% off?
Edit: Yeap - Here - post #720.
EDIT: And yet, despite being fake ... and a repost ... and not really all that funny ... it still makes the front page. Good job, everyone.
If you have basic soldering skills, you can get a kit from Amazon.
It's the most improperly named thing I've seen -- we got our youngest son a kit when he was 10. I helped him assemble it, then a few days later, he had a birthday party. Anything that will keep a group of 10 year olds occupied for 30 minutes is not useless.
Capitalism is designed for large groups of people who don't know each other. If you are a small group other organisational structures should be preferred.
Adam Smith realised this, he wrote two books, The Wealth of Nations and The Theory of Moral Sentiments. One about how hole nations get rich, the other about interaction with your family and friends.
The app is Just A Line. it's pretty fun!
Unfortunately only works on a handful of Android devices right now (Pixel line and a few popular flagships).
Conversely, my boyfriend once noticed that I don't decorate with word signs and decals, when it seems that all of my friends (I'm a 27-year-old woman) decorate exclusively with them. So in response I bought this and am waiting for him to be gone for a few hours so I can sneakily put it up.
You should really see her face before you make fun of all the guys saying they wouldn't do her. NSFW
May I suggest locking carabiners, preferably one with a screwgate?
Holy cow, I had to google Professor Green. He looks like the love child of Rick Astley and Rick Astley.
Chocolat is a text editor that, like many, is primarily made for programming. Comic Sans is a highly unsuitable font for a code editor not just because it's ugly and cheesy, but because it's a proportional font as well.
For some alternatives, here's a thesaurus.com page on synonyms for "savage". I'm partial to "turbulent" myself, but if you want to get really harsh you could go for "aboriginal".
Keep in mind that publicists are not always speaking directly for the person that they represent. It's entirely possible that her publicist initiated the request just as a matter of managing her, not because she asked the image to be removed. For all we know she thought it was hilarious.
So, I went looking after tuutruk commented below that the whole thing was trumped up. Turns out tuutruk is quite right. There was never a request to remove the photo from the internet, only to use a different photo on buzzfeed. Here is the link if you're interested, and Here is the stupid, misleading Gawker article.
As a brown man, I feel your pain. Things that look terrible on me, but amazing on white people:
2. Australian outback hat
3. The colour baby-blue (weird contrast issue)
4. My girlfriend (another contrast issue)
5. Beards (I look like a terrorist)
6. Clark Kent style glasses
7. Any halloween costume that isn't Steve Urkel, a Mexican, or Ghandi
Edit: Since this comment has garnished a lot of attention, here is a photo of me with a mustache dressed as Jimi Hendrix on halloween https://www.dropbox.com/s/vvogmdbgjlwgtvm/hendrix.jpg
impact results in a small laceration to the right temple, begins to bleed profusely
mother rushes you to the hospital, where a large-breasted teenage nurse is reduced to a shivering, nervous wreck in your presence - resultant of your bravery in not shedding a single tear
after you're fully healed, you take the nurse out for a date to a local seafood eatery - whereafter you sip liqueurs by the fire and listen to a selection of Marvin Gaye tracks.
under the moonlit night, you walk her home safely, departing with a soft kiss on the lips
12 months after first meeting, you marry on the sandy beaches of Barbados.
<em>And you live happily ever after...</em>
hey my cartoon! I even used it on a cover of one of my books.
I didn't actually know. I just checked Google Maps for crossroads in approximate distances from the places shown in the picture. The first guess was 10 kilometers off, the second crossroads was a direct hit. (There isn't many big roads / crossroads in Lapland.)
Helped being a Finn, though, since knew where to look at.
According to snopes it was a humour peice written by a columnist and was never written by a 98 year old woman, nor was it sent to a bank.
Also, TIL that you cant copy/paste from snopes.com (easily anyway).
This is called price anchoring, not price fixing.
Price anchoring is about establishing value in the potential consumer's mind by giving you a higher price to compare to. https://www.mint.com/blog/how-to/price-anchoring/
Price fixing is about colluding with competitors.
I saw a documentary about this. The problem is basically that we have a brain which tries to save energy making as many things automatic as possible. Our brain is not designed for cars and technology so when we drive to work we aren't fully there, the brain goes on autopilot and gets us to work as always. If we then do stuff we normally won't, like bringe the kids to kindergarten, our brain may not actually remember it after a while driving. It goes into autopilot. We drive to work and forget the kids. Especially if they are asleep out of sight in the back seat. We may only remember when we are returning to the car, and then it is too late.
This reminder things seems at first like a good idea, but what if we forget to bring it? Then it becomes a false sense of safety.
What may be a better solution is for parents to make the daycare always phone you if the child doesn't turn up within a set time. It my also be a good idea to join forces with your partner or a relative. Make them call you to ask if you have delivered the children.
Remember, our brain saves energy where it can. Never trust your brain! And never judge a person forgetting their children in a car, unless drugs or a conscious choice is involved. Be loving and kind. You may be the next victim of your energy saving mind
Edit: think this is the right link : https://www.amazon.com/Death-Child-Frida-Barkfors/dp/B075DCRG3X
The cover of your book is the first thing I see at Amazon. Most people will decide at this point if reading the text is worth their time. Especially since it may be shown in lists, without the text.
This is only one opinion, but do ask others if they feel the same:
Right now, it looks to me like a plea against using medicine to treat mental illness, rather than a novel. At the very least, I'd get rid of the red cross. Yes, it fits the story, but only in hindsight. If it does not convey the story by itself, it can go. Also, the font looks like history rather than Sci-Fi. It doesn't have to look overly futuristic, but I'd probably go with something more clean. The image itself is no bad, but also does not get me excited at all. Again, even if I know this is a novel, the title (not a bad title though) and the image together make me think this is a personal drama of overcoming addiction.
And all of that is a shame, because the synopsis actually sounds very interesting. But you have to make the cover speak the same language, or else the people who might like it won't even get to see it.
All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.
-Sun Tzu The Art of War
Flash Gun (electronic) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FK92PZ4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_NSreDbMJCWE44
If you’d like to do a similar trick this is the device. For the fire eating portion, you can either buy a fire wand or use flaming cotton balls.
I'm on it.
I could have done it better with more time, but this is Reddit, and this is a time-sensitive undertaking, so here ya go.
EDIT 2: I just quickly skimmed through like four Pitbull songs and mushed the styles all together to make it even more stupid.
Orthography vs. Phonetics.
This is one of the reasons that some people, mostly pedants, have been pushing for spelling reform. While not an entirely bad idea, it's not possible.
Folk etymology explains why words like "hangnail" seem to make sense despite never having anything to do with hanging nails. Historical Linguistics can shed light on why so many irregularities exist in the language. But they exist in every language. English seems to have more than others mainly because it has no qualms about borrowing foreign words with completely different morphosyntactic rules. Some languages don't like to borrow words, and make up their own. In fact, one of the main reasons invented languages like Lojban exist is due to an effort to remove irregular morphemes. However, Esperanto, one of the only invented languages to have native speakers, has since developed irregular forms. Irregularities are simply a natural byproduct of language evolution.
And people seem to be saying that language evolved sarcastically. It absolutely evolved. Humans didn't invent language anymore than they invented sex.
Um mom here, y'all are going about all this the hard way. This will reach the dirt on the bottom and you put dishwashing liquid in the handle. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BUMHHWA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_QYJQ65TY5WSG9MT8MNG9?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Futurama, "Viva Mars Vegas" is the twelfth episode of the seventh production season, the eleventh episode of the ninth broadcast season and the one hundred twenty-sixth episode overall.
It originally aired on August 22, 2012.
Title caption: "Made By Hand (AND TENTACLE)"
Video-screen cartoon gag: Futurama, "Reincarnation," Act 1: "Colorama"
The episode is available on Amazon and iTunes.
The scene begins at the 11:42 mark.
You know, the thing that bothers me about that picture is the day-month-year part.
It's not actually the only system in the world. There's also YMD, and countries seem to use them at random
If you add hours and minutes to the mix, it actually looks like two pyramids stacked on top of each other. Unlike YMD, the One True Format.
He's a smart man that communicates like a child and that has very little education. He's more ignorant than stupid. I've always found that his ideas are just "primitive" versions of things that make sense. For instance, one time he was speaking about his mind telling his body to do things, or something along those lines, and Gervais and Merchant were laughing at him, of course.
Entire books have been written on this subject by some of the greatest minds in history... http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/383566/mind-body-dualism
It's also a modern concept used in criminal psychology and ethics. The ideas are almost always rational, his explanations are just silly.
He was actually a radio producer before meeting Gervais and doing stuff with him.
PSA: NEVER...EVER... USE USB DRIVES YOU GET FROM A TRADE SHOW OR CONFERENCE. It's a well known conduit to install malware on your computer.
I have personally had a USB drive that had some very nasty malware on it. I picked it up from a trade show and scanned it in an isolated environment just to see what I could find. Picked up five drives from different booths, one was infected. When I contacted that company's security department, it turned out they had the drives made, logo printed on the casing, at some cheap mail order place and the drives came infected from there. They couldn't tell me if the infection happened there or upstream in the supply chain.
If you were wondering what can happen: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140713144835-339313-why-you-should-not-give-out-thumb-drives-at-your-trade-show
Those of us that are more techy might be interested in what Ccleaner found:
Spybot - Search Destroy Configuration
Advanced SystemCare Browser Protection
avast! Online Security
AVG SafeGuard toolbar
DefaultTab Browser Helper
Google Toolbar Helper
Google Toolbar Notifier BHO
Hotspot Shield Class
Spybot-SD IE Protection
SweetPacks Browser Helper
Updater By SweetPacks
Yahoo! Toolbar Helper
ZenOK Security Toolbar
ZoneAlarm Do Not Track Me
Zonealarm Helper Object
ZoneAlarm Security Engine Registrar
SweetPacks Toolbar for Internet Explorer
ZoneAlarm Security Engine
ZoneAlarm Security Toolbar
Advanced SystemCare 6
My Faster PC
PC Health Kit
McAfee Security Scan
Hijacking the top comment to post this interesting article which echoes the OP's sentiment and looks at angry iPhone users who just lost their exclusivity.
Example tweets can be found here. Some gems:
Francisco Castillo @FrankTheTank91
I feel gross knowing people with an android phone can follow me on instagram...
Vanessa Alejo @xoxonessa_LGND
Ew, instagram is now available for android users.... I don't need anymore creepers/weed haters on my shit...
Kosher Kardashian @YolieTheJew
Man, android users getting instagram is like the losers in high school taking over the cool table in the cafeteria.
Evil Boy Genius @TheBoy_Prince
Instagram on android is mad dirty it used to be special now it's just gross
So you Android losers got Instagram now?? Smh..Now I know how male-supremacist felt when women were first allowed to vote...
Don't y'all android losers post pics on instagram from a mirror and have your phone showing cause y'all suck.
$8.79 for 500 on Amazon, for you know, science and stuff
Technically, if you are the original owner, this unit is still under support warranty. It falls under the Legacy category, which was for products between Sept 1992 and April 1996. They offered lifetime support for those products, as long as you are the original owner, or a family member of the original owner. Can't find the original Apple page, but heres a 3rd party link. http://www.howtogeek.com/didyouknow/apple-lifetime-support/
I believe this video (NSFW) may very well be the cause. Released in late May 2004, and starts off "now all you have to do is type boobies into Google."
The wife and I just bought a used tandem bike for cruising some rail trails and greenways, plus the occasional party-pace social ride. I might have to do this for one of the Halloween brewery rides this year.
Edit: This is the bike, except an older model and I'm blinging it all out with fancy high end Brooks leather seats and a full Sugino drivetrain upgrade.
If you're into shilling, boy do I have something for you!
If you use HTTPS Everywhere, you don't need to use the encrypted subdomain.
Edit: Seriously? It's a plugin for FF + Chrome that forces HTTPS connections for sites that support it, making your internet experience a bit safer. That's the last time I try to help someone out in a default subreddit.
That's called a Ryno.
The OP got the image from Engadget, which makes me suspect he didn't really see it.
This is not a streaming site. It's a site where you can look up a movie or show and you can find where you can legally stream or buy/rent it for digital distribution.
Assuming the sister has no problems instantaneously accelerating to that velocity, the velocity required would need to slow her aging by a factor of 2 (causing her to age 32 years while the older brother ages 64 years). According to this calculator, that would be 0.866025 c or 161325.3 miles per second.
That actually looks more like the White Castle in Brooklyn on Myrtle Ave, Near Washington
SO! After some research I have concluded this is in fact not in Detroit. Notice the similarities between the sidewalks, The front of the white castle, and the building in the background, as well as the location of the Dumpster in the mid right third. I live near this white castle, IT IS MOST CERTAINLY NOT DETROIT.
Also chances are this wedding party actually took place at the bar next door, which is predominantly populated by the ethnic group you guys are referring to, in a grotesque and disgusting way IMO. It's called Bamboo Lounge.
OP. YOU FUCKED UP. How did no one notice this until now?
He's probably taking a criminology course. Here is a link to that chapter. He probably hasn't stolen a single thing in his life, but he did borrow the business cards in your console and knows where you live, so he will be stealing your car some night in the near future.
DJ Jazzy Jeff
It's called Demon's Plague. It's a zombie apocalypse book, but unlike every other one it takes place in a semi-realistic version of Medieval England instead of a modern / military setting. When I say "Semi-Realistic," it means a low-fantasy world where the cities and characters are fictional, but the weapons, places, and technology are authentic or at least plausible within the setting. No magic, dragons, or other fantasy creatures. The zombies are heavily inspired by Max Brooks, no runners. I also did my best to avoid common tropes for the genre. Characters are intelligent and learn quickly how to handle the infected. And best of all, the story focuses on exactly zero children or babies.
It's available on Amazon now in digital and paperback.
Nobody has mentioned the WTF is this guy doing?
A scallywag is a person who behaves badly but in an amusingly mischievous rather than harmful way. I think the word you're looking for is trollop.
"A car door is essentially a hollow shell with parts placed inside it. Without careful design the door frame amplifies the rattling of mechanisms inside. Car companies know that if buyers don’t get a satisfying thud when they close the door, it dents their confidence in the entire vehicle.
To produce the ideal clunk, car doors are designed to minimise the amount of high frequencies produced (we associate them with fragility and weakness) and emphasise low, bass-heavy frequencies that suggest solidity.
The effect is achieved in a range of different ways – car companies have piled up hundreds of patents on the subject – but usually involves some form of dampener fitted in the door cavity. Locking mechanisms are also tailored to produce the right sort of click and the way seals make contact is precisely controlled.
On average it takes 1.8 seconds to close a car door but in that time you’re witnessing a strange kind of symphony composed by engineers and designers whose goal is to reassure you that its rock solid."
TL;DR car door "slams" are purposely engineered.
What's more likely, a plane crash, or someone getting bent out of shape about the "shhhhmokin' hot" joke and complaining in the news about it?
The plane crash certainly is worse, but the PR backlash of a pissed off Karen is 99.9995% more likely.
This is YoWindow Weather app for Android
I am the author. This is My bathroom door. Also today is my birthday. Mindblowing after 5 years on Reddit. Check out the app. We put a lot of love inside.
This particular model is supposed to be sold through commercial channels only, so the supplier will put their contact info there so you can call them for service if it breaks.
source: I know this because I did some research on them since I wanted one of these for my home since you can hook it up to the water line and never have to manually refill the water tank. You can buy them on amazon now:
Coffee Maker $234
Waterline Kit $67
Of course! It's *supposed* to be a monitor stand:
My cat was starting to get more fat than fluffy, I bought a puzzle feeder and she has lost about a pound and a half in the past year or so. In addition she isn't throwing up near as much from eating to fast because she has to pull what she wants to eat out of the feeder. I used to feed her about a cup of food a day, now with two cats I throw food in whenever it's empty, maybe once a day? They just bat some out when they're hungry, I never have to worry that they're starving.
recaptcha knows one of those words, the other one it doesn't. If you get the one it knows, you're good. If a bunch of people say the same thing about the other, it suddenly "knows" that word. Because there's no way to know which word it knows and which word it doesn't (theoretically... if you're a bot...) you only need to get that one correct.
The practical outcome of this is that recaptcha has, somewhere in its brain, stored "CHINGCHONG" as the meaning of the ideogram. Should an unknown number of people type exactly "CHINGCHONG" when it comes up with it again, recaptcha will know that this ideogram means "CHINGCHONG." If, on the other hand, a whole bunch of people say "give me another" it'll know that that particular ideogram is not legible.
>As quoted in What Great Men Think About Religion (1945) by Ira D. Cardiff, p. 342. No original source for this has been found in the works of Seneca, or published translations
Found in this wiki
When that boot screen appears, the graphics card is in basic VGA mode. It just takes a few flipped bits to change all the letters around.
I don't really remember the exact mechanism by which this works, it was covered in the comptia A+ training materials when i took it 5 years ago.
Edit: here's a source which explains it: http://superuser.com/questions/613702/what-explains-the-garbled-message-start-wandows-ngrmadly-in-text-mode
>This looks a lot like a memory issue (or at least a glitch, since it doesn't repeat everywhere), a bad video card (I remember having this problem once, turned out to be dying capacitors in the video card) or a corrupted file. What happens is that one of the bits in the character is getting toggled.
>From an ASCII character table, we can see that i is character code 105 (1101001 in binary) while a is character code 97 (1100001 in binary). A difference of 8 (i.e. the 4rd least significant bit).
>You can notice the same happens for other characters: d in ASCII is character code 100 and l in ASCII is character code 108.
Dude, just get a hair trap that you put over the drain (like this one on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TQ2VA7A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_ttyMzb89CJX8Q). If everyone just grabs the hair it catches after every shower, you should never need to snake the drain again.
That cop needs to get a tiny red and blue lightbar for his helmet!
Ask, and you shall receive.
They’re super enticing, see for yourself. I’m breaking a sweat just thinking about the situation - which is either give in and buy something I’m mildly interested in having, or continue ignoring and prove a point to Amazon that shoving something, anything, in my face isn’t enough to make me break.
I just saw an article on CNET last week about freeware that you can now download and install on your laptop to locate it if it's missing / stolen. Not sure how it works (some sort of GPS locator?), but here it is:
Come on, reddit. Even my elderly stepfather looks shit like this up on Snopes first.
Not only is this a repost, it's a repost of something that's been circulating on the internet for more than a decade. And the person who started circulating it on the internet back at the end of the 1990s was a dick about it and didn't credit the people who actually wrote this funny stuff in the first place.
Keep in mind the policy was in place dating as far back as October 27th, 2012. You can tell by looking at the website snapshot in October 2012 on the internet archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20121027103745/http://www.unionstreetguesthouse.com/events_weddings.shtml
Scroll down until you see where it mentions reviews and the $500 charge. Must have been a long running joke.
I hate to whore myself out but I've never seen myself on Reddit and this is pretty fucking cool to me... So here goes!
I post a lot of dumb jokes like this on my facebook page. Sometimes early Cyanide & Happiness comics too. You can check it out here:
Maybe it's because their wipes have no anti-microbial properties and need to be packaged sterile to avoid mildew growing in them. But that's giving them the benefit of the doubt, since their PR person thinks their engineers are temporarily changing water molecules.
I checked them out on Amazon, most of the negative reviews are complaining of mold, hah
I rather thought it had to do with paparazzi prevention. Everyone wants to get pics of Leo's body, so he wore a shirt to make the pictures less valuable. Like how Marilyn Manson walked around LAX with "FUCK" written on his face.
Funny enough, in US English the word "homely" typically means "unattractive":
And would generally not be applied to a MILF.
Gizmodo now has a special section, designated #redesign, where they send all of the comments mentioning the site redesign. It's really pathetic and hilarious at the same time.
If anyone is interested here is a link for it. WARNING The link does take you to Gizmodo.
She doesn't have shit on Daenery
Upon searching google I found that it is roughly 28 million. A ping pong ball is almost the size of a golf ball. (source) You can fit 28 million ping pong balls on a 747. (source)
I upvoted you, as you asked for in your tweet, but I do want to point out that you are attributed in the image, thus fulfilling the requirements of your Creative Commons license. If the poster had edited out your name and website, that would have been a violation.
October 2012 is when it was added
The page was modified 6 times before removing the $500 penalty for leaving negative reviews.
Looks like someone made this "cool chefs hat" image from a picture I took at a recent DragonCon. I'm kind of shocked and stoked to see one of my images made it to the front page. Only wish I had posted it...
Apparently they sell for nearly twice as much in china, assuming he didn't buy them from there perhaps he was planing to flip them to double his money http://www.cnet.com/news/iphone-6-delay-in-china-triggers-black-market-sales/
saw it on hackaday last year. Yea it exists.
EDIT. Thanks /u/One_In_The_Pink For finding the link. I was too lazy to do so. http://hackaday.com/2011/11/18/kitchen-hacks-microwave-plays-youtube-videos-matched-to-your-cooking-time/
This is even better
Says your statuses are being posted via "Facebook Elite Edition" (where it says "via Mobile"...etc.) Not sure if it works anymore...
Credit to my friend from back home.
edit: it still works. Shows a little gold facebook icon too.
Saturday set a record for highest temp on record for that day in Boulder. https://www.wunderground.com/history/daily/KBDU/date/2018-9-15?req_city=Boulder&req_state=CO&req_statename=Colorado&reqdb.zip=80301&reqdb.magic=1&reqdb.wmo=99999
if they say they are from the Peace Corps, they are from the Peace Corps. CIA does not use the Peace Corps as cover and if you are affiliated with the CIA in any way you cannot join the Peace Corps. E.g., if your dad is CIA and you want to join the Peace Corps they might not let you. Peace Corps people would be in danger abroad if they were assumed to be spies so it is important to keep them completely separate
I know no one here will believe this but I wanted to say it anyways
edit: source is Fair Play: The Moral Dilemmas of Spying https://www.amazon.com/dp/1597971537/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_PDWZNE1G5CTD90KSB2WW
It’s called a ssscat. I have one. Use it. Love it. It gets bonus points for occasionally scaring my wife even more than the cat.