Yeah matching colors can be tacky in itself (can feel like you're trying too hard).Matching colors that are very close yet different is plain ugly (black and dark brown for the most known example, and with the recent exception of dark-blue/black)
This pale yellow jacket with that green yellow pants is awful, same with the pink belt/polo/hat ribbon.
Sooooo 'one' should reconsider who's avant-garde and who's rin-garde
I would have clapped though
*Sun Tzu and Machiavelli: Leadership Secrets
*The Art of War for Executives
*The Art of War for Managers
*The Warrior's Career: Sun Tzu's The Art of War for Finding Jobs and Winning Promotions
That's just the first four Amazon results.
This is awesome. Love the season and episode numbering. lol
Edit: Here's the posts in plain text as a PDF
All errors in spelling/grammar/punctuation are his. I swear I lost more than a few brain cells doing this...
The entire comment was that "this has happened to me twice in the past month so I can 100% see that this could have happened to her." I'm sorry that you're unable to use context clues to extrapolate information from text. May I suggest a bit of light reading?
Nope, the image in OPs pic is from an /r/pics post titled "reflection of Chicago in Lake Michigan"
Did you even read my comment? That's exactly what I wrote!!
I am saying that an average person is jogging at around 10 kmh, which would be a 6 minute kilometer. You are stipulating that the fittest people on your team (who are apparently "really fucking fit") can't even run a 5 minute kilometer, so they are barely able to run as fast as an average person jogs. Your words, not mine...
Good god mate, learn to read before insulting other people.
BTW: Fit people should be able to run 15 mph (or +/- 24 kmh) for short periods of time (http://www.ask.com/health/average-human-running-speed-7f0ef0953669fa1?qo=questionPageSimilarContent), which would amount to a 2.5 minute kilometer, so what does that say about the fitness of your team??
uhhh... well, the average jogging speed for an average runner is around 6 miles per hour, or +/- 10 kmh, which would be a 6 minute kilometer... jogging... (http://www.ask.com/health/average-jogging-speed-human-2bb1def18037647e?qo=questionPageSimilarContent).
Are you maybe playing wheelchair soccer? In that case a 5 minute kilometer would be more then impressive :-)
You wrap it in those heat pack things. You know, you shake then and then they are warm. You use them in the winter. I wanna say "hot pockets" but that's a food.
HotHands Hand Warmers Economy Size Pack, 30 Pair https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UPCVP7U/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_m9-6Cb1NSQSS3
This actually did kind of happen. The dog was rescued by Michael Bay after not being adopted for 6 years. It's in the hopes that it will adopted after the movie. Not sure on the actual number but it has been a few years unadopted.
My grandparents buy every book that these talking heads push. They've got a big pile in a corner of their living room and not one has been read. They gave my kids "Rush Revere" books one year at Christmas. It's where Rush Limbaugh retcons history and tries to indoctrinate kids about how infallible the founders of America were. I was happy to take them off their hands just so I could throw them away.
Math time. Racists hate it.
>Misreading #3: The star means “Estimate is based on 10 or fewer sample cases”, the key word here being “sample”. They did not ask everyone in the country but a sample of 77,852 people, about one in 4,000. So there could have been as many as 40,000 black women raped by white men that year!
As the person in the linked article says, that's not how sample sizes work. That's not how any of this works.
But they do say...
>I won't waste time debunking Abagond's claims above. It’s enough to point out his claim that a sample size of over 77,000 is not enough. That every single case would have to be analyzed in order to achieve reliable statistics. The flaws in his argument are obvious, and what we have here is bitterness, not objectivity.
...I will waste time debunking the ~~white supremacist's~~ claims.
If you wanted to be 99% sure that your stats were accurate to within ±1%, for a population of 310 million people, you could do it with a sample size of 1,849 people.
For a sample size of 77,852 people out of 310 million, your margin of error is ±0.46% with 99% confidence.
Yes. There’s a reusable metallic elliptical device designed to facilitate the process as well. Amazon sells them: here
I like that the professor's a monster for disliking people watching porn in class, and not for saying "You're gorgeous! Are you mixed?" to a student, in class. On what planet is that acceptable? (The planet of Make-Believe).
Also for future reference, there are plenty of online image editors you can use to crop your screenshots if you can't just do it on your computer for whatever reason. Pixlr, for instance.
I have a Tumblr account. I put my tail on
Did anyone download that weight loss app they mentioned in the article? I believe this is it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.funsolution.nensho_fg
It's kind of insane lol. It starts with a short intro, and then this "super duper sexy anime hunk" is just like "hey fatty!" and then makes a ton of fat jokes about you and then somehow forces you to get on the floor and do sit ups. Lol.
there's bluetooth boomboxes for a decently cheap price, and i could definitely see some college-aged hipster buying that shit
Aimed more at age 8 and up, but basically, yes.
"The war news from Afghanistan and Iraq both fascinates and frightens children. Here, in terms they can grasp, is a clear description of the day-to-day experiences of those who are directly involved"
THIS IS SOOOOO SIMILAR TO AN EXPERIENCE I ONCE HAD!!
I was checking out Google with an old GF and she called her mum and dad to come check out this video we had found. There was this awkward shitting scene in some random video about a couple of girls and a cup, and I was also so dumbfounded. Then I found myself been shit on as well, then my ex GF, her mum AND her dad were just shitting on me all day 🤤 But no PISS!
Most expensive one on a quick google is $560 here
Habl*a*s is the informal you
Habla can refer to the usted form (formal you) or he/she speaks as you mentioned.
Hables is subjunctive, and I doubt is what you meant to use.
I don't even like her, been friends since 2nd grade, am now dating her, steal your girl.
You know, there is this novel that's required school reading in my country and it's set in ancient Rome. There's a story of an important Roman nobleman falling in love with a christian slave sort of despite himself, and she's got all these weird values he can't understand and makes him feel things that he can't control and it's all weird.
When I was the 13yo or whatever it was that had to read it for class, it always seemed weird to me that there were these long scenes of that guy basically pacing to and fro in a room and when he was by the left wall he loved her and when he was by the right wall he hated her and this was done so, so many times. I didn't really understand the psychological and social problem of unwanted feelings, and there were such a lot of these scenes that they bored me and the whole book was rather annoying, with this dude's mood swing taking the cake.
Now as I read this Tale of Expensive Necklace, it makes that novel look like a story of emotional stolidity by comparison.
Also, something tells me this "expensive necklace" he gave her was something like this.
"On Labor Day weekend in 1995, computer programmer Omidyar wrote the code for what he called
an "experiment." He wanted to know what would happen if everyone in the world had access to a single global marketplace. To test his idea, he came up with an auction website, where he listed a broken laser pointer that he was going to throw away. In the end, a collector bought it for $14.83."
Seems to verify but they don't list any sources I can see
I'm not the most dedicated of watchers, but I don't recall an MLP character called White Knight. Maybe that's Shining Armor's name in the Swedish dub?
Edit: This was driving me nuts, so I found a Swedish dub. I don't know if it's "official", but it sounds pretty legit, and they clearly use the English name "Shining Armor" at 5:40. So, knowing this, I'm now more willing to bet that this is a fake (though, in my opinion, still humorous) incident typed up by a troll who has little to know idea what actually happens in the show.
It was pretty common for swearing to be censored in books the 1800s, but the n-word wasn't considered a swear - The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, for example, uses that word a ton, but says “Now, you d——d b——h, I’ll learn you how to disobey my orders!” to censor "damned bitch."
I don't think this really belongs in this sub. I mean, it isn't a story.
But fwiw, this is the first reported incidence of the line, and an accurate close reading can be found here.
No but photo editing software can do this, in order to improve automation for bulk editing such as yearbooks. Examples are here and here.
Not to drop character, but I actually got curious and found this sorta handy guide that ballparks how many drinks you can can have before dying...I can potentially have 19 shots, give or take...which is way more than I'd normally have in one sitting...
this is from a coffee mug they sell on Amazon.
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She reported having an extreme headache according to the article. Not sure how reliable webMD is, but it's suggesting hyponatremia.
I don't believe this happened but as someone who is just trying to cut down their meat consumption for environmental and health reasons, there are always people extremely pissed off any time a vegan version of something is available.
Like my FB targeted ads started showing Beyond the Butcher and other meat substitute products and half the comments were dudes (almost always dudes specifically) losing their minds over it.
The podcast Citations Needed actually did a great episode about how meat became synonymous with manliness and American values and how a lot of people get extremely angry at there even being an option to abstain.
A buddy of mine bought something like 130 tickets for the premiere. He didn't resell for profit, though. He just knows a shit ton of people and hooked up everyone he could.
EDIT: Here's proof; because skeptics.
I'm sure the post is BS but to make sure we are all on the same page. It IS a word.
It's the first thing they talk about on their about us page.
"The Story of Ubuntu:
Ubuntu is an ancient African word meaning ‘humanity to others’. It is often described as reminding us that ‘I am what I am because of who we all are’...."
Grid computing doesn't require any intelligence on your part, you just leave an application running and it donates your spare CPU cycles automatically.
I use BOINC myself if anybody's interested in getting involved in this sort of thing.
It does more harm than good, though. Your phone uses much more power constantly reinitiating the apps your task killer keeps, well, killing and your battery suffers for it. Personally, I think Greenify is a much better app for this, since it hibernates apps rather than constantly closing them.
These 2 or 3 year olds have amazing vocabularies and abilities to form complex sentences.
I'll just leave this here.
>Dems aren’t in a cult like Repubs
The sheer existence of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris action figures and the insanity of Bloo No Matter Whoo Dems is cult-level.
On a slightly unrelated note, if you want to talk about speed reading, look into Teddy Roosevelt. The man consumed a couple books a day including one every morning when he woke up. It's hard to believe he really retained a ton but apparently he was able to retain enough to give informed opinions on the books and quote them in conversation. I'd be more skeptical if it wasn't Teddy fuckin Roosevelt, possibly the most bad-ass, squeaky voiced, masculine SoB in US history.
If you haven't looked into the guy I can't recommend it enough. He's an equally fascinating and inspiring figure and I'd be shocked if you didn't want to go live in the wilderness, hunt and read all day after learning about how awesome he was.
'The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt' is what I'd recommend if you're interested.
Mindset by Carol Dweck. The first chapter was a selected reading for my composition class. We were supposed to identify intro, thesis, etc. I kinda wish we were doing analysis so I could shred her romantic views of a plastic human nature.
It's an app called Whisper, where people post anonymously, kinda like Secret. (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=sh.whisper).
Because it's anonymous, and people never lie when they post anonymously, it's an endless supply of true stories.
There's an actual Cydia tweak called "Superslam" that does this. Plays his theme music too. You have to be jail broken though.
Here it is for anyone interested.
He may have been playing Carmageddon (DOS version of C1)
There's even this achievement in the new one - http://astats.astats.nl/astats/Steam_Achievement_Info.php?AchievementID=16&AppID=249380&SteamID64=76561198040776450
I mean, this is very modern arty so it isn't like it requires a ton of skill....having said that, dropping that amount of acid will certainly hinder your ability to hand-eye coordinate properly. Take this study from the 50's where an artist dropped acid in a controlled environment.
> And so they did, and suddenly you got an economy that works swell for baby boomers, but is cut out at the bottom for millenials.
Most boomers are broke and will never be able to retire.
> And you ever wonder how a country gets to be like haiti, well its pumping and dumping. Behaving like the boomers is how a country winds up like haiti not more than a century down the line
Haiti's problems were caused by government corruption and poor planning and deforestation, not boomers. In fact, you can see it from space.
> The fact you chose haiti, or any african country,
Haiti is not in Africa.
FWIW, using my FutureVision(tm), I see a rude awakening coming for you.
Global warming is going to create global havoc in the ecosystem, along with widespread famine and social upheaval.
You and whatever part of your generation that feels entitled to "better" is going to be surprised. As are your children, who will blame you as you blame those who came before you.
Whatever situation you are in can only be fixed by the person in the mirror. Nobody is going to do it for you.
Yeah, I noticed.
Surprising too. I anticipated at least some level of backlash and non-empirical counterpoints, but I suppose downvotes will do.
Normally I'm a bit busy to engage in weird internet arguments because they rarely go anywhere (I found this at a local mom and pop bookstore and am enjoying it a lot so far(also, reading Divided World, Divided Class by Zak Cope)), but I feel like with how little effort it is to say something, word should be given so discourse isn't entirely, unchallengingly reactionary.
“Tor” (AKA The Onion Router) is what takes your connection and passes it through other computers. “Orbot” is the mobile app you use to access Tor, and on desktop you use the “Tor Browser”.
And actually lots of VPNs are known to store no logs, NordVPN for example. Since they don’t store any logs, there’s literally no trace of anything that you do while connected to their VPN. Of course, they could be lying, and there could be secret logs which they give the government, but there isn’t any evidence of that. There hasn’t been any evidence from NordVPN used by the government against a citizen in a public criminal case.
Using a VPN will most likely effectively hide your internet traffic from the FBI. Unless, of course, the FBI has already bugged your computer physically and is surveillancing you.
The last song I listened to was Distorted Prose by Dalek, and the analysis on rapgenius is fairly well written and informed, quoting relevant bible verses and such.
"Broke stride as last of men realized their deep deceit
This troubling advance of half-assed crews crowd these streets"
The end is near! Perhaps. We pause, briefly, on our seemingly unavoidable descent into Hell or oblivion to acknowledge the lies and “Deep Deceit” which got us to this abysmal state.
The streets, and all aspects of culture, have been overrun by the shifty, the shiesty and the self-absorbed. This “troubling advance” gives the poet pause for the illest foreboding feeling.
I was actually going to put that but deleted that part.
Because after looking at the lyrics, although nonsense, they are definitely not vacuous pop like I Want To Hold Your Hand.
According to the OED you can now use Literally in situations where you actually don't mean it literally, literally!
I literally fucking hate people sometimes.
Regrettably I was unable to find the specific font being used here. It's very similar to DK Crayon Crumble but not an exact match.
Seriously despite the op's other post they both read like someone taking the piss/trolling and I was back in the day fairly familiar with exactly the demographic he is taking off (apart from they wouldn't talk about being dicks they just naturally were Asperger'ish or snobs)
Also putting this here as well but collecting scalps doesn't refer to sex, it's beating people in competition.
You would end up using a multiple fairly simple equations or you could even draw it by plotting individual dots.
I'll leave this here so you can look at other math art.
Edit: Hell, I'll even have a go at recreating the math pepe
e2: nvm that shit is hard as fuck
AM stands for Amplitude Modulation, one of the two ways of transmitting information through radio ways. It's no longer used as much as FM, which is Frequency Modulation.
Of course, you could have always googled "AM radio meaning."
Wait, so all I have to do to learn to play the piano is stare at a wrinkled foil painting of Mozart for four hours?
That sounds much better than lessons. I'm going to have to go see if Amazon has mozart chocolate balls.
Oh boy, they do! Prodigy-level piano skills, here I come!
I mean, it's not like they're hard to find.
but I get it, you're just being disingenuous because orange man bad.
Might be this guy: https://www.amazon.com/How-Good-bye-Depression-Constrict-Everyday/dp/0595094724/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1V2RWSTTSK2F9&keywords=malarkey+effective+way&qid=1669912631&sprefix=malarkey+effective+way%2Caps%2C78&sr=8-1
Definite similarities in style.
Lots of atheist merch exists.
Hoodie in question. https://www.amazon.com/Atheism-Periodic-Elements-Pro-Science-Pullover/dp/B07TT3BT7Q/ref=d_gear_dw_dp_gn_sccl_1_4/139-6070787-5803853?pd_rd_w=QG8n1&content-id=amzn1.sym.98cd7395-1427-4463-ba2f-d9a4c6e9990c&pf_rd_p=98cd7395-1427-4463-ba2f-d9...
Kind of. They go by a few different names, crampons, ice cleats, yak trax (brand) and so on. Really anything with spikes you put on your shoes to help grip in ice/snow.
I prefer mid-sole ones myself because I am constantly going in/out and don't have to take them off.
https://www.amazon.com/Scrappy-Stainless-Insulated-Leakproof-Beverages/dp/B09355S1D6/ref=sr_1_4?crid=1N0E9P1921ULT&keywords=scrappy%2Bdoo&qid=1645890753&sprefix=scrappy%2Bdoo%2Caps%2C114&sr=8-4&th=1 here is the mug
https://www.amazon.com/Scooby-Doo-Scrappy-Premium-T-Shirt/dp/B08YT5C47X/ref=sr_1_8?crid=1N0E9P1921ULT&keywords=scrappy+doo&qid=1645890753&sprefix=scrappy+doo%2Caps%2C114&sr=8-8 here is a scrappy doo t shirt there is also a scrappy doo travelers mug
For anyone wondering I can almost guarantee they were using this service offered by the LDS:
It's pretty useful for genealogy stuff, but if you can trace you family tree back far enough they take biblical accounts seriously, so you get to certain real life Kings and rulers that claimed decent from biblical figures and they present that as fact.
Here is a screenshot from my account. Obviously I don't believe this, but this is what the person in the post saw and bought into.
Alright firstly, "literally vs. figuratively" isn't really a thing anymore, because literally has been used as an intensifier since the late 17th/early 18th century. So, not only is word choice irrelevant, what you seem to be implying isn't really right.
Secondly, transphobia doesn't mean "fear" in the same way that homophobia doesn't. It's the intense dislike of or prejudice against trans people. You've said they're disgusting, and therfore they disgust you, and I do believe that makes you transphobic. Fear has nothing to do with it.
And as for consciously wanting genital "chopping", it's due to gender dysphoria, a very real condition.
We're here to joke around about people making up stories, not to hate, so sit down and shut the fuck up.
The pic is old with other captions as well, so the prof. did not put it. But I just wanted to let u/nathanjbarrett know that it is indeed a real equation and that it is possible. As a proof of concept this is a set of equations I wrote in the last half an hour to prove it.
here's a valuable lesson about the internet.. People can post whatever they want, and many are so obsessed with getting "likes" or "upvotes" they blatantly LIE about it.
Look at some of the subs here like "instagram reality" or whatever. No skin texture at all, some have gone so far that their nose is missing?
It is highly unlikely anyone in HR is going to write something that pathetic.
Maybe if it is a very small company where they are ESL (English as a second language) this "might" happen, but that is a stretch.
I'm like 95% sure it is someone "karma farming" which is what you see far too often on r/antiwork these days.
Here's an interesting book that covers how places like "facebook" rope you in.
You see the same thing here with the "karma farming". go to r/interestingasfuck and see how many times that picture of Niagara falls without water has been reposted.
In fact, many news companies have removed the "downvote" button because people dont like it, so they can only see "positive reinforcement" (upvotes) and keep returning.
My endocrinologist is amazing. I have a metabolic disorder from dieting that we’re correcting. With her I’ve gone from pre-diabetic to an a1c of 5.2 and lost 56 lbs. I eat 3 regular meals and 2 snacks a day covering all food groups. I don’t count calories. Actually, when I get my lab work done and meet with her every 3 months, she usually gets onto me because she can see from the results that it’s difficult for me to snack/eat every few hours.
Dr. Emily Cooper
Uh, you know that roads existed in the colonies before taxes, right? And that the American Revolutionary War was fought (and won) by farmers who had no tax funding whatsoever, right? The two mile road to my house is what we call a "private drive..." and guess who built it? A private contractor paid by a private citizen.... and the gated neighborhood down the road is an entire subdivision with roads not provided by the government... not even my fire service is tax funded, it's a private station that nearby residents voluntarily pay a subscription to be included within. If you aren't a member, you can take your chances with the public fire service a little further away... you can't be so daft as to believe that taxes are the only way we'd have roads for christssake... the entire Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, all 104 miles of it, built and maintained with absolutely zero tax funding.
Buy it on Amazon:
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Or read it for free:
It also says that the genre was influenced by power pop acts.
On the website that I'm citing it is listed as a subgenre of pop rock and alternative rock. Pop rock is listed as a pop subgenre and alt-rock is listed as rock subgenre.
Though super cute, this is entirely false.
The woman is probably Mabel Hubbard, his fiancé when he invented the phone in 1876. The first words said on the phone were "Mr. Watson — Come here — I want to see you." (Purportedly because Bell had just spilt battery acid on his crotch.)
I once wrote a novel where the main character was named Gun. I wrote it entirely after a fourty-eight hour caffeine binge, while incredibly high.
This was a true story, according to a number of sources.
Google 'Tom Cruise hit and run' and there are a bunch more.
Freedom of speech, religion, and assembly, right to bear arms, freedom from illegal search and seizure, right to a fair trial, right to not testify against oneself, proper compensation for eminent domain, no cruel and unusual punishment, and any power not expressly given to the federal government belongs to the states.
We had to memorize them in 10th grade, but I'll admit I can't remember any more off the top of my head.
We also had to memorize the preamble: We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice,
ensure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common Defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to Ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
Incidentally, facsists and Marxists are in opposition.
heres another article on it
>Task killers aren’t just useless – they can reduce performance. If a task killer removes an app from your RAM and you open that app again, the app will be slower to load as Android is forced to load it from your device’s storage. This will also use more battery power than if you just left the app in your RAM in the first place. Some apps will automatically restart after the task killer quits them, using more CPU and battery resources.
>Task killers can also cause other problems by killing applications that you want running in the background — for example, if you use an alarm clock app, you may find that your task killer forced the alarm clock app to quit, preventing the alarm from going off.
>CyanogenMod, the popular community-developed Android ROM, won’t even accept bug reports from users using task killers, saying that they cause more problems than they solve.
>In summary, you shouldn’t use a task killer – if you have a misbehaving app wasting resources in the background, you should identify it and uninstall it. But don’t just remove apps from your phone or tablet’s RAM – that doesn’t help speed anything up.
Eh, seems pretty right to me. The word doesn't have to mean "birthed", it can just mean "produced" or "gave rise to".
But no, the book isn't relevant to the story. I guess she just had to get a plug in to pester her followers into buying it.
You can screen shot on a computer as well. Print Screen
>That's hilarious. One thing I've noticed about people who are willing to send messages translated by Google because they think it makes them look fanciful is that they don't seem to understand sentences that will not translate very easily, probably because they've never made a lot of effort in learning languages. I saw him all the time when I was studying other languages.
DeepL screws up in a different way.
Oh. Okay. I was thinking this:
But they're bringing back the early 90's day-glo thing, huh? Awesome. Hammer pants and snap bracelets for all!
He took full advantage of it and has the most overpriced "fancy" restaurant with $600+ "golden filets" that are just normal cuts of meat that would be $40 anywhere else covered in gold leaf you can get a 100 pack of for $8 on amazon. I read one review a while back where he cooked for a critic and everything was just overcooked and loaded way overloaded with seasoning. I'm not a fan of going to a restaurant just to be able to post about it on social media and brag about it. It diminishes the places were paying a few extra bucks might be worth it.
With that said - Good for him taking advantage of his meme fame. I would have done the same honestly. People are allowed to waste their money on whatever they want and if it makes them happy then that's even better.
https://www.amazon.com/Frankenstein-Great-Illustrated-Classics-Shelley/dp/1577656865 my aunt bought me this verison of frankstien as a kid well I was 17
This is the exact same pen:
The pen was almost the same price as the ink as I recall. There were a couple of times, I just bought a new pen which came with a cartridge instead of buying ink.
I've bought some of the Chris Ferrie books for babies
Like: Quantum physics for babies
Gerneral relativity for babies
Rocket science for babies
They all start with a page with a sphere on it with the caption 'This is a ball', i love them, i'll let you know in 8 years if she is either a scientist or just doesn't remember anything from the books.
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I have a book recommendation for them.
I never once claimed that this story was believable.
And people wear all kinds of shit to bed, I’ve worn stuff like this to bed, my wife has, my friends have..like it’s not that unbelievable. Yeesh. These don’t look like tights at all, they look like cheap leggings with a design.
Here’s the amazon page for these exact leggings. They’re specifically noted as being “high waisted leggings”, perfect for bed. They even note that they’d be good for the gym!
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is an alphabet book.
A told B and B told C, I’ll meet you at the top of the coconut tree!
he did what in his cup?
Assuming you're talking about the OP in the picture, Funko Pops are these little dolls that are figures of basically anything popular (ex. Han Solo, Ash Ketchum, Tarzan). They're sold every where, like, literally every where. Hot Topic sells things that are pop-culture and popular, so they sell a lot. There's a lot of people that don't like them because of how over-produced they are.
https://www.amazon.com/Funko-Movies-Wonder-Action-Figure/dp/B01MUAEH5O/ref=sr_1_26?keywords=funko+pop&qid=1558677085&s=gateway&sr=8-26 here's what they look like in case you're wondering, you've most likely seen them before.
There's a subplot in The Spellman Files mystery series in which a lawyer brother teaches his elementary-school-aged sister how to negotiate (using a picture book he made), leading to similar legalistic hijinks on the playground and in their PI business. All this to say, I don't think he created this particular work of fiction so much as adapted it.
It was a popular series. They even released the fictional picture book as a real book.
But your organs don't get transplanted unless you're brain dead. (Which I'm assuming he wasn't)
He died to become a crash test dummy, help someone learn Botox injections, or literally rot in a field for years.
Source: (This book)[http://www.amazon.com/Stiff-Curious-Lives-Human-Cadavers/dp/0393324826] I read a while back
The closest I've seen is this.
It isn't very surprising you didn't see external powerbanks very often before smartphones, because you only had to charge phones maybe once a week then. Now it's at best every other day. I'm sure everyone would love a longer battery life, but not everyone wants it at the expense of a thicker phone. But technology is progressing and allowing us to have thinner and more powerful batteries, so I don't think it matters that much.
They're pretty cheap if you are interested in getting one. They are really handy I find.
There's a lot out there. Try BaconReader and Reddit is fun.