Here is a significantly higher resolution version of this image. Here is the source of this image. Credit to the photographer, Frank Augstein.
> Iranian soccer fans cheer as they wait for the group B match between Iran and Spain at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Kazan Arena in Kazan, Russia
> June 20th. 2018
A Singular View: The Art of Seeing With One Eye https://www.amazon.com/dp/0961463929/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_SbK.DbV2SVG7N
When I lost my eye at 15, I got this book. It had a lot of insightful ideas about overcoming the difficulties of going from binocular vision to monocular vision. You might want to get this to learn how to help her out with this change. If you DM me, I'll buy it for her. The change was difficult for me at 15. She might have an easier time at 4 though.
Edit: Just a little extra encouragement. Once I adjusted to it, I was back to doing everything. I played soccer all through high school and still do today. One of the biggest tricks to learn is just to keep moving your head. While standing still, my depth perception is gone, but when you're moving, your brain is efficient enough to stitch all the images together and give you a good idea of depth perception. That's how I was able to play soccer just fine.
So try not to fret to much about the adversities she'll have to overcome because she learn all the tricks to figure out how to do them. Life is normal as can be. Just gotta make sure to protect the good eye as much as possible.
I've been subscribing to Private Internet Access for 3 years now. At $40/yr it's some of the best money I've ever spent.
Edit: My first gold ever. Thank you kind Redditor. You've bought my guilding cherry.
Also: To everyone who asked a question but didn't get a response, sorry. There's just too many. If you PM me I'll get to your questions as soon as I can. Thanks.
Librarian here. WorldCat does not show any results for a book titled "Ass Eating Made Simple".
Y'know... just in case you were planning to check it out from your local library.
Not sure how you got Dutch but guy on Left is Ragnar Nathanaelsson an Icelandic Basketball player and former teammate of Hafthor. Other guy appears to be Egill Jónasson just a really tall Icelandic guy
All 3 men are Icelandic and I know why everyone was scared of the Vikings.
Well, according to my Twitter replies, there's a thing happening on Reddit about me! And here we are.
I did that photo for fun with Buzzfeed: http://www.buzzfeed.com/veronicabelmont/veronica-belmont-cleavage-1n4
I had been noticing on my website that a lot of people were searching "veronica belmont cleavage" (lulz) so I decided to have some fun with the search engine optimization. Glad you guys (or, some of you) got a kick out of it!
This was a long time ago, though, weird how these things come back around.
it is a clear round ball and about 3 inches in diameter.
it's similar to this
Edit: hijacking my top comment. HOLY SHIT! 3 years been on reddit and finally got more than 500 upvotes! YAHOO! gonna try and hit everyones questions and troll comments. Getting some fish and chips later today.
Edit 2: if you like this, please do follow my instagram @mayankle or don't. I will keep taking pictures either way
Marine biologist here (well, sort of. I also study terrestrial species but mostly work on whales and sea turtles these days). The "legs" are actually a unusual feature of belugas called ventrolateral abdominal fat pads, two long ridges of firm blubber that can be tensed and raised slightly by the abdominal muscles so that they stick out a little from the rest of the body. Belugas tense and raise them during rolls and when swimming upsidedown. Belugas have no dorsal fins and so it seems they are using these fat ridges as temporary stabilizer fins, deploying them only when needed. (It's thought that they may have lost the dorsal fins so that they could surface to breathe in tiny holes in pack ice without a dorsal fin getting in the way - this may also be the reason that they have an unusually flexible neck.) Their cousins the narwhals, another pack-ice whale with no dorsal fin, also have these fat pads, though the ridges are not as large and obvious as in belugas.
Here is the research article describing the fat pads and proposing their function as stabilizer fins.
edit: So the link has parentheses in it and I can't remember how to tell reddit to ignore the parentheses. Google "belugas fat pads ResearchGate" to find the free full-text version.
edit 2: TIL about putting \ before a parenthesis. Thanks guys
Here's what my bedroom actually looks like.
Proportions are a bit messy but this was more of a fun sketch than anything. If I did it again I'd add more depth by the stairs. If you want to see more of my drawings check out my instagram!
Remember when Bill Cosby wrote children's books? My favorites are My Big Lie and The Worst Day of My Life.
Check the next page to make sure it's not a newer reprint of an old edition.
200 year old books do not usually look like that
Edit: My simple suggestion has caused a lot of negativity in other comments. It could be real, just not super valuable.
Edit 2: I'm on mobile but this is it I think.
> "I was bending down to ask him if he liked the dress's colour," he said. His legs gave way as it dawned on him that Elliott would never answer.
For those of you wondering, the baby has hydranencephaly and only has a brain stem and cerebellum with fluid in the brain cavity.
Sadly, the baby is terminally ill.
You'd think his base would have cared.
Edit: If anyone is thinking about scrolling down, let me go ahead and tell you what's going on in the rest of this thread.
Trump Supporter: Ivanka has to manufacture abroad because bad trade deals have made US manufacturing uncompetitive. But Trump is going to fix that!
Everyone: The decline of low-skilled US manufacturing jobs has little to do with trade deals and is overwhelmingly due to the lower cost of living in developing countries and, even more so, due to the increasing role of automation.
The Trump supporter then says nothing, instead re-navigating to a fresher thread to reiterate the same talking point.
Get ready for multiple years of this. Trump, to his credit, is excellent at spectacle and PR, so you can be that he's going to have a series of high-profile events where he highlights jobs that he may-or-may-not have had a hand in cultivating. There will be pictures of him handing a shovel to someone breaking ground, there will be a crowd of teary-eyed middle-aged men overflowing with gratitude, there will be goofy pictures of Trump with a hard-hat. These events will make little to no meaningful difference in the overall jobs numbers, because these trends are irreversible, but his supporters won't care.
There, I just wanted to get that out somewhere so that I can say that I called it.
Get ready for Spectacle vs. Data.
> And on top of that, everyone in MS compared every hurricane to Camille.
From the book Thinking, Fast and Slow, in a section about how human psychology handles risk (emphasis mine, source):
> ...protective actions, whether by individuals or governments, are usually designed to be adequate to the worst disaster actually experienced. As long ago as pharaonic Egypt, socities have tracked the high water mark of rivers that periodically flood - and have always prepared accordingly, apparently assuming that floods will not rise higher than the existing high-water mark. Images of a worse disaster do not come easily to mind.
People have been making that same mistake for literally thousands of years.
Here is a less cropped and significantly higher resolution version of this image.
Here is the source. It is not a photo but a rendering.
Just use ImgBurn.
Edit: a couple of folks have pointed out that ImgBurn is also doing this lately, although it seems to be less dickish about allowing you to turn off the option. There are still other alternatives mentioned below.
Pete recently did a great interview with Terry Gross on Fresh Air. There are so many iconic images of Obama's time in the White House, and Pete was always close by with his camera in good times and bad. I respect his professionalism and have been moved by much of his work.
CNN did a bunch of work on the slave trade happening in Libya.
It's not the only one that is well documented. The most notorious stories involve brick kilns, in various countries, and Thai shrimp industry.
Aesop was truly inspiring and poetic. Here's one of his best fables:
> A gurl was walkin2 skewl wit her bf n they were crossin da rode.
> she sed "bbz will u luv me 4evr"
> he said "NO..""
> da gurl cryed N ran across da rode b4 da green man came on the sine.
> boy was cryin and went to pic up her body.
>she was ded.
> he whispered 2 her corpse "I ment 2 sey i will luv u FIVE-ever..." (dat mean he luv her moar den 4evr)
> xxx~*...LIKE DIS IF U CRY EVRY TIME...~*xxx
Link to the audio transcript, for any blind users.
Missed the order post, but just from the ingredients looks damn tasty.
Edit: Name, fym hot sauce.
Edit:Edit: sorry website owner hot sauce dude. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/136598712/fym-hot-sauce-spicy-and-flavorful-from-fresh-ingre. This is the site he linked. Can probably handle heavier traffic.
Edit: Gawker article that OP quoted:
Edited as fuck, you can see the benches' shadows in the foreground are pointing left.
Not sure if this is the original source, but it's just as fake and uses the same eclipse and sky:
I believe this picture is circa ~ 1994. He got this trophy in boy scouts, racing some toy car he made. The combo of the tie-dye shirt, flowing mullet and the look of accomplished smugness he has in this pic is priceless.
Edit: I have been corrected, apparently he won the rocket trophy in a separate rocket building competition, and the toy car on his lap is from the Boy Scouts Pinewood Derby. This was a school picture and he was told to bring along his favorite things. This led to the beautiful combination you see here of the trophy + toy car + Tie-dye shirt.
FINAL EDIT: I'm still alive, and he actually found this very funny. My husband thinks it is awesome so many of you enjoyed this photo. With his 15 minutes of internet fame, he wants me to edit this post slightly. Below is a link to a poll for The Home Depot Foundation. Yes it is on facebook, but it doesn't spam your wall or send you a million updates, but it is for a really good cause. the HVAF is a great charity that helps veterans adjust to life post-war. With your vote HVAF will receive 25,000 dollars to help their program, thanks!
Fuck people who don't pick up after their dogs. And those who bag it and then leave it by the side of the trail, or fling it into the trees and bushes? What the hell are they thinking? If they had just flung the shit into the bushes it would dry up and be gone. Nobody wants to look at a shit-filled sack on their hike.
Sorry for the rant.
Edit: I don't like to edit, but I don't want to complain without offering a potential solution. If you don't like carrying around a bag of shit in your pack or pocket try using something like this. It's lightweight and comes in different styles and sizes. I double bag my dogs poo if it's particularly stinky too.
I'm a bit of a dork and realised that the way I titled it sounded like the ISS has these dope cameras now. It doesn't. One of the astronauts does.
> "One of the Expedition 39 crew members aboard the International Space Station on March 29 used a 14mm lens on a digital still camera to photograph this pre-winter storm located just off the coast of southwestern Australia. A solar array panel on the orbital outpost is in the left side of the frame."
^Source: ^NASA ^Goddard ^Space ^Flight ^Center ^29 ^March ^2014 ^image ^ISS039-E-005762 ^| ^Flickr ^Source
Ironically, your action of saving the image and uploading it to imgur is strikingly similar to FunnyJunk's actions. How about linking to the real source?
That's Plaza Cleaners in Portland, OR. It says Plaza Cleaners on the sign inside the door. It's located at 909 NW Everett St. You can even see the sign in the window HERE.
Not Elite Cleaners, not Minneapolis. Sorry. I know this came from that buzzfeed post going around, seems like they made shit up.
It would be better for drivers, yes. Blue light arrests melatonin release, keeping your body awake. It's terrible for daytime mammals in general though, since it confuses our circadian rhythm. It's also why it can be harder to sleep when you use a laptop/phone in bed.
EDIT: As others have pointed out, these lights may not be good for depth perception, and are definitely bad for night vision. The melatonin affect is real and well understood. Also check out f.lux, or see any of the recommendations others have commented with.
Fun facts: MLK's niece has said she voted for Trump, and MLK III (his son) just met with Trump today and praised their constructive talk, and said Trump is very interested in his plan to give free government identification to those who don't have drivers licences as to make it easier for disadvantaged black voters to get ID for voting.
>Mr. King said the session, which included a discussion about voting rights, had been “constructive,” and described Mr. Trump as eager to present himself as inclusive.
>“He said that he is going to represent Americans — he’s said that over and over again,” Mr. King, the president of the Drum Major Institute, a progressive New York-based public policy organization, told reporters. “We will continue to evaluate that.”
>On Monday, Mr. King sought to defuse the furor surrounding Mr. Trump’s remarks about Mr. Lewis, saying, “In the heat of emotion, a lot of things get said on both sides.”
>Mr. King has pressed for the creation of a free photographic government identification card to make it easier for Americans who do not have driver’s licenses, including many black voters, to cast ballots, and he indicated on Monday that Mr. Trump had taken an interest in the plan.
Please correct the record below. Something about Russia should do it.
"We trained for a year, flying out of Beale AFB in California , Kadena Airbase in Okinawa, and RAF Mildenhall in England . On a typical training mission, we would take off near Sacramento, refuel over Nevada, accelerate into Montana, obtain high Mach over Colorado, turn right over New Mexico, speed across the Los Angeles Basin, run up the West Coast, turn right at Seattle, then return to Beale. Total flight time: two hours and 40 minutes.
One day, high above Arizona , we were monitoring the radio traffic of all the mortal airplanes below us. First, a Cessna pilot asked the air traffic controllers to check his ground speed. 'Ninety knots,' ATC replied. A twin Bonanza soon made the same request. 'One-twenty on the ground,' was the reply. To our surprise, a navy F-18 came over the radio with a ground speed check. I knew exactly what he was doing. Of course, he had a ground speed indicator in his cockpit, but he wanted to let all the bug-smashers in the valley know what real speed was 'Dusty 52, we show you at 620 on the ground,' ATC responded. The situation was too ripe. I heard the click of Walter's mike button in the rear seat. In his most innocent voice, Walter startled the controller by asking for a ground speed check from 81,000 feet, clearly above controlled airspace. In a cool, professional voice, the controller replied, ' Aspen 20, I show you at 1,982 knots on the ground.' We did not hear another transmission on that frequency all the way to the coast."
Please at least link to the source when you are reposting someone else's hard work.
“If Harry Potter is an Anime” by Japanese Manga artist, Nakagawa Besu.
Photograph was taken by Kanok Sulaiman at Luoping,Yunnan, China.
1st edition 1952?
EDIT: RIP my inbox - I posted when there was like 5 posts
EDIT2: Ok guys, I get it, best you can do is x dollars
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Gizmodo has been full of shit like this for years. I'll have to dig up the "Fuck you all Gizmodo readers" post from a couple years ago. It was seriously a 7 paragraph bitch session about how the author's opinions shouldn't be questioned and the readers were all drooling retards. This wasn't a comment or a "I quit" post, this was their feature fucking headline for several days.
Edit: Here it is.
I drive my disabled mother around to all her doctor appointments and such in a Subaru WRX with a snowboard rack, and I get the same nosey cunts making offhand comments when I park in the handicapped spaces...
The best one was short and sweet:
Guy- “Hey, you can’t park there!”
Me- (walking around back to unfold mom’s wheelchair) “Hey, fuck off!”
Mom didn’t raise me to be rude to strangers, but she’s got her own strange sense of humor since her stroke. We also carry around a stack of “I Park Like An Asshole” bumper stickers that we put on people’s cars who block her wheelchair access. It’s always good for a laugh.
Edit: Including a link to Amazon for all the enthusiasts out there. The stickers come in a 10-pack for $7.99 I believe, and they’re worth every penny! They come off fairly easily btw, for all you bellyachers out there. Calm your tits; it won’t harm your paint, and you don’t drive a Ferrari. If you don’t want a sticker on your car, don’t park like an asshole ������
Once, an elderly general practitioner consulted me because of his severe depression. He could not overcome the loss of his wife who had died two years before and whom he had loved above all else. Now, how can I help him? What should I tell him? Well, I refrained from telling him anything but instead confronted him with the question, “What would have happened, Doctor, if you had died first, and your wife would have had to survive you?” “Oh,” he said, “for her this would have been terrible; how she would have suffered!” Whereupon I replied, “You see, Doctor, such a suffering has been spared her, and it was you who have spared her this suffering — to be sure, at the price that now you have to survive and mourn her.” He said no word but shook my hand and calmly left my office. In some way, suffering ceases to be suffering at the moment it finds a meaning, such as the meaning of a sacrifice.
Man's Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl, P.113
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Edit: first gold ever! Thanks
Best I can do now is tell you about not free samples here:
Action photographer Corey Rich photographs climber Alex Honnold:
>When Alex Honnold and I discussed the Nikon D4 project several months prior, we locked in on Joshua Tree National Park. Given the area's dry weather in late November, J-Tree seemed to be the obvious climbing location. During our first phone call, we simultaneously suggested Equinox as the climb. At 5.12c, this is a test piece in Southern California climbing. On a rope, Alex is a top climber. Without a rope (free soloing), he is in a class unto himself. If Equinox felt good with a rope, there was a high likelihood he would be up to free solo the climb. Again, much like Dane, if Alex did decide to free solo the route, we might only have one opportunity to capture the ascent. Obviously, the stakes are very high, when a fall could mean death. To our amazement, after Alex's first lap he announced "it felt good, actually pretty easy". He then proceeded to do it two more times in the last 20 minutes before the sun set. On the second day of shooting with Alex, the tables had turned. He climbed to the crux (the hardest section of the climb), fiddled with getting good finger jams, was not feeling it and backed down. After a 20 or 30 minute rest, he was back on the wall, did one lap and called it. I really value and respect Alex's ability to listen to his mind and body and not allow any external forces to influence whether he climbed again or not.
Video of the shoot here.
Here is the source of this image. Credit to the photographer, Abedin Taherkenareh, who took this on June 12, 2009. Per the source:
> An Iranian Female Shows Her Ink-stained Finger After Casting Her Vote at a Polling Station During the Iran's Presidential Elections in Tehran Iran 12 June 2009 More Than 46 Million Iranians Are Eligible to Vote and a Record Turnout is Expected to Be Reached the Four Candidates Are Incumbent President Ahmadinejad Former Prime Minister Mir-hossein Moussavi Former Parliament Speaker Mehdi Karrubi and Former Revolutionary Guards Commander Mohsen Rezaie Epa/abedin Taherkenareh
Keyboard is Logitech K360 and the mouse is a Logitech M510.
Bought the set for my wife (as a surprise) when got the Diablo III: Reaper of Souls expansion last month. Upon arriving, she commented on the distinct lack of pink on the two peripherals, so I devised a plan and dipped them.
Process took about 6 hours total. 3 hours of coating, plus another 3 to cure. 5 coats of Plasti Dip White were used with 15-20mins in between coats. Then 5 coats of Plasti Dip Blaze Pink, again with 15-20mins between coats. Let sit for 3 hours, then reassemble the devices. Thanks for your time.
EDIT: Including a link to the album: https://imgur.com/gallery/plZHz
EDIT 2: Included the original keyboard and mouse pics with the imgur gallery.
The story begins with a short, slanderous political attack by one writer, and continues with a lengthy rebuttal by another—a self-appointed target who took it upon himself to respond in kind: in verse.
The long-form poem «Թուղթ առ Երեւան» (Tught ar Yerevan, Letter to Yerevan) was written by Andranik Tzarukian in 1944 in response to Soviet Armenian writer Gevorg Abov's «Մենք չենք մոռացել» ("Menk chenk moratsel," "We Have Not Forgotten"), and originally published the following year.
The poem was republished more than a dozen times in various Armenian communities—including in Syria, the United States, Lebanon, and Cyprus—up until the early 1990s, and as a result became a source of inspiration for tens of thousands.
Here is the link to the new publication: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1727508459
Here is a higher resolution, non-horizontally squished, version of this image. It also doesn't have the fake tornado's added. It was posted by Daniel Loretto to Facebookon August 16, 2010 with the following caption:
> Lightning over Graz (14.8.2010)
> The lightning bolts were captured in what was likely a composite image by Daniel Loretto on Aug. 14, 2010, according to Reddit user "/u/MrDorkESQ." The storm occurred in Graz, Austria, and there were no tornadoes accompanying those lightning bolts.
I bought this for my binoculars a month ago when I'm out wildlife watching. I can use it in the lab on a microscope, when I'm at work (circuit designer). And I can use it on a telescope for the purposes here as well.
The location of this place on Google Maps Street View.
Blurry view from the top of the inflatables.
It ends with some weird pickle thing here
OSX Snow Leopard counts in base 10 instead of base 2; this is why it looks like 16 GB whereas in reality it'd be a bit less (counting in 1000s vs 1024s).
Edit: Apparently, counting in 1000s is the right way to go for disk space in KB, MB, GB, etc. Windows displays them in 1024s, which is supposed to be KiB, MiB, GiB, etc. TIL.
Optional paralysis: “the tendency, when given unlimited choices, to make none"
It would appear you're right, here's the original sans sharpening. Still pretty impressive.
edit. here's another version I made of the original, with the blacks bought up a touch.
Pffff. Shelley is not broke. A dump truck comes through daily with her royalties from Popeye. People love that film, myself included. They can't get enough. When's the last time you saw a copy for sale? Probably never, because it sells out so fast.
EDIT: Guys, I've been trying to source some copies for you. I called a few places. Most of them, except for Target (thanks Shawn), hung up on me. I guess they're tired of answering the question so much. Anyway, Shawn said they can't restock until their next shipment comes in. He wasn't sure when that'd be and said to call in frequently to check. So, you might try calling your local stores. However, I did find three copies on amazon, but you'll probably have to act fast. Anyway, love you. Bye.
Hi, I'm a fishkeeper who has driftwood in his aquariums. If you were willing to go get a truck you can sort through the driftwood for interestingly gnarled pieces and sell them on ebay or elsewhere. They are nearly ideal for the fishkeeping hobby. (Look for the more solid pieces. Harder wood lasts better than softer wood.)
There's actually two main sites many fishkeepers use for driftwood:
This is actually a Pictionary advertisement and not real.
However, here are some real ones.
i'm a bit conflicted because i do like the photos and the idea surrounding them, but alot of people are claiming some of the hair is fake and he's selling a scam product?
I don't think i care about the fake hair, but the products seem iffy.
The Caucasian couple had less food than you, ate it faster than you, had no dessert, and were in a hurry to catch a movie...you two looked like you were so into each other that I didn't want to make you feel rushed when it came time to "settle the check."
A stereotype is no longer a stereotype when it is the norm.
I came looking for this. Sorry if I missed it.
Here is the link to the puzzle on Amazon.
EDIT: Save a click. It's $599.00
Of course it is.
His "dad" already "published" a book in 2016.
I guess if he worked on a new one for 3 years, "finally published his book" still applies, but the title seems intent at making it seem like a "dream come true" type deal.
> the white supremacists and Nazis got all the screen time.
That doesn't always happen, some times the "Nazis" don't get any screen time at all.
See for the "Nazi" side: https://www.pscp.tv/w/1jMJgPAPqQjxL?t=0
and see the CNN coverage: https://edition.cnn.com/2017/08/19/us/boston-counterprotest-crowd-video-trnd/index.html
...for internet users it's known as click bait, in traditional media it's called headlines. There's a journalistic saying: "If dog bites a man that isn't news, if a man bites a dog that's news." even though one is far more common then the other.
This happened during a protest in Rio. The MP officer was suspended for using pepper spray on civilians. Another picture and news report here.
>Eruption of the Cordon Caulle, Chile. This was taken from Antillanca mountain. However despite the distance, the sound was awesome and was the most incredible experiences of my life with my uncle, who accompanied me that night.
© Rival Gustavo
From National Geographic, but if you want to bypass the registration, you can view all the pictures here.
This was the best I can get.
Umm, some of those "facts" are incorrect. The titanic had a steel hull, not zinc, although the steel was brittle, as metallurgical tests have shown. Further, the titanic sent both the still-common distress call CQD as well as the new SOS, which had been around for about three years. The ship which saw flares and did not respond was the SS Californian, who mistook the distress flares for identification flares (not fireworks) and never woke their radio operator.
FYI, I had Rollerblade casters like these, and they were cool for a while. But I found on my glossy laminate floor similar to yours, I'd find myself drifting quite a bit, and it was super squeaky.
Ended up replacing them with these and haven't looked back. Quiet and the right amount of stable
The rule is that you can now legally bring back $100 worth from Cuba. They are not yet legal to export.
Not Japan , it's the Ho Chi Minh City international Airpot
If anyone was wondering, this is available from
emilymcdowelldraws on Etsy, along with other similar cards.
My personal favorite - "Let me win your heart and mind or I'll burn your god damn hut down"
Source - http://www.buzzfeed.com/katienotopoulos/zippos-from-the-vietnam-war
I found this in /r/history as a link, I added the pics to an Imgur album so more people might see them, I thought it was cool.
A condom can hold many liters of gas or liquid reliably. 25 liters is about the max for a quality name brand condom. If you just want to hold a liter of water, a condom is very reliable yet you can fit about a dozen in your pocket.
Condoms are also useful for waterproofing equipment. It's standard practice in the BBC to use a condom over microphones (source, see 1/4 down page) that are to be used in the rain.
Also, it's not commonly known, but according to industry statistics, most condoms are used for sex. Weird.
Kinda hard one.
Every month I'm giving away a month of Reddit Gold! Join in the
fun, the first person to guess it right gets the point. If you
can't name all 5, and someone else helps you out, you split the
We're actually in pretty firm belief that we were beat fairly, it doesn't matter who we lost to, it was more what it means for our team, and they're definitely looking strong. Although people who say we have a great chance in Qatar are forgetting that country is actually a shithole and the scorching heat will probably fuck every country who qualifies.
He intentionally dressed it up to make it sound like he's some kind of genius science fiction artist, when really he just used a fairly well known app/plugin.
The "AI" is this, and "working with it" consisted of feeding it two images. I guess he really did create it by accident, so his title is accurate as far as that is concerned.
People interested in more examples of this sort of thing in action (and some discussion of the technique) can check out the subreddit here.
Anyone looking for the explanation of why he was there, he agreed if a tweet got 125k retweets he would do it.
oh and in case you forget, he has a new movie on Netflix, despite Netflix firing Kevin Spacey... just saying.
This is in Norway. Reine in Lofoten.
Although this image has most definitely been altered either on camera or afterwards, I was there in February 2011 during the solar storm, seeing some of the most amazing northern lights I've ever seen and this place is absolutely breathtaking.
I've read two biographies on him, my favorite is The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt. You can get the impression, if you read between the lines a bit, that he maybe wasn't the most...attentive father or husband (on the second marriage to Edith). He worked a ton, travelled alot. Maybe it was a different time and maybe because of his political aspirations and personal determination it was more acceptable, but I sort of felt like he may have accomplished so much at the expense of his family. But then, maybe a lot of great man have/do. I think his own father was a bit more present while he was around, althoug his own career wasn't quite to ambitious as his son's. I still have a lot of respect for him, it's just a point that's stuck with me.
You could totally do this without photoshop. Someone's probably mentioned it before, but Gimp is free and does all the layers business.
I'm not a pro, but I get plenty done without forking out the money for PS.
edit: You've done amazing work with just a phone though, maybe you don't need a desktop version.
You really wanna gain some respect for them, read Into The Breach, they end up paying out of pocket for mandatory training, put up with more crap from bosses and literally get shot at when they roll up on gang shootings.
Anybody who is looking for one of these they're available on Amazon
edit: for /u/SensorKanzi Under 5 dollars
TIL: The difference between streets and avenues is directional... neat
After learning that info... went to the ol' Google to verify and found this pretty interesting article
Hey, if you're going to be saying stuff like this online, you might want to consider getting set up with something like TOR if you're not already using it. Stay safe out there, Turkey needs thoughtful young people if it's going to get out of this mess.
This image appears to be photoshopped.
A reverse image search reveals that the image of the moon is just a stock moon photo, with the image of the aircraft added afterwards.
Interesting. Although $1 to see a movie in 1939 seems like a lot to me.
According to this, it looks like it may have been closer to 25 cents...
I'm a tiny-writer too. I'd recommend you look into a Uni-ball Jetstream .38. You can still write tiny, but you'll be able to read it. Unlike the G2 .38 pens that feel more like etching into the paper, the Jetstreams roll really well.
For anyone wondering, this was Google's April Fools day prank in 2010 for Japan.
Here's a list of recent completed auctions on eBay for electric guitar cases in North America ~$100. There are only 340, so I'd look through them and see if the seller included the guitar in the picture and try to find a matching one.
I think it only applies to their industry, but that there can not be another parcel delivery service that uses brown for it's fleet & logo.
> NO MAJOR NEWS COVERAGE
It's on the front page of CNN. Last modified at 4:19pm, about two hours ago (6:16pm at time of this edit). <strong>Article was modified/updated right when this was posted, presumably created before that update/modification. So it existed before your post.</strong>
You obviously didn't look very hard. HuffPo, Reuters, AP, ABC News... are you stupid or did you just want an inflammatory headline? Google has 1,767 articles about it (as of around 5:30pm).
I say it's a fake made to look old. The print looks too perfect even though the picture looks like it was taken with a cardboard camera.
If you search for images of letters written in the 1800s, you will quickly see a stark difference compared to what you have. None of them have what apepars to be a solid 1" margin.
Thank you /u/allthefoxes for all of this information. It's definitely helpful for everyone. I also want to give a thanks to Reddit for upvoting this post as it helps spread awareness and will make the House reps think twice on the vote.
This "resolution" is bad, because it begins a slippery slope down a trajectory that none of us want to go.
We're going to fight the good fight together. I have never been so moved by the show of solidarity.
Let's put a stop to this resolution.
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As an arborist I immediately had a qualm with the title of this thread. This is an image of a Japanese Maple, a plant that is anything but native to the Pacific Northwest. To say 'It's shit like this, Oregon!' while pointing to an imported cultivar just undermines the natural beauty that is native to the Pacific Northwest.
Oregon was once home to some of the richest old-growth forests in the country and now the largest of specimens exist merely as monuments to the trees that dominated the landscape before people came along and started cutting them all down and planting 'pretty' trees like this that are a fucking pain-in-the-ass to grow.
edit: Richard Preston on Giant Trees (http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_preston_on_the_giant_trees.html)
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
Cape Town Central, South Africa
Morning Edit: This comment got a lot more attention than I anticipated it would before I went to bed last night. My previous response was pretty personal, and now that I've had messages from people who I know asking me about it, I've decided to take it down.
The TL:DR of what I said is that I've worked alongside my parents on this business since it's inception. Up until recently, I did that work for free in the hopes that the business would eventually grow to the size that I would be able to work making games full-time. Now that that has happened I am very grateful.
Here is a link to the game for those asking for it. The Bears and The Bees
Response after reading the edit to the comment above: No hard feelings.
You need the offline Windows password and registry editor. Make a bootable USB with this and just blank the administrators password. You should be able to do this in under 10 minutes.
Like this one or maybe this one?
wow, reddit definitely has the potential to help spread the word.
In case any of you didn't click the link, the girl's father is being kept from leaving china by the police even though he's a United States citizen.
You can sign the petition to free her father here
and there's a facebook page as well
I worked at Geek Squad and they made a $1,000 Hdmi cable. it's on the website here
Thought I recognized this.
>Subj: THIS PHOTO WILL STUN YOU
>If each person sends this to a minimum of twenty people on the ir address list, in three days, all people in The United States of America would have the message.
>THIS WILL CURDLE YOUR BLOOD AND CURL YOUR HAIR
>The name of the book Obama is reading is called:
>The Post-American World, and it was written by a fellow Muslim.
>"Post" America means the world After America ! Please forward this picture to everyone you know, conservative or liberal. We must expose Obama's radical ideas and his intent to bring down our beloved America!
Only one problem - one should probably determine what a book is about before spamming family and friends with misinformation about a "fellow muslim's radical ideas".
I was thinking that he looked like Jack McBrayer.
To be fair, Kingdom Rush Frontiers is a great spin on TD games if you're into them.
Did you ever get any closer to finding your laptop?