Michael Crichton submitted a paper by George Orwell once at Harvard and got a B- because of how ridiculous his professor was.
Why is there stock video of lizards walking around in a white void?
The same reason there's a video of a man angrily flipping ~~pancakes~~ totillas
Couldn't find that, but how about pretty black girl holding watermelon?
The stock video was called "The Future Funeral".
The artist has some really bizarre videos including Travelling with penguin.
Of course. Sorry.
Here is the source.
The only thing I did that could be considered "breaking the rules" was that in the end it zooms in on the cat's face. But I didn't modify it so I don't think that should be an issue. Plus it really shouldn't be an issue being that it is covered under rule 4.
This kind of breaks Rule 2 because it's not a "stock photo" but rather stock footage. Perhaps this rule could be adjusted because Stock Footage is so available and prevalent?
I felt a sudden need to find these images so: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/two-criminals-smoky-room-one-them-1347008162 and and https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/dangerous-burglars-having-conflict-pointed-gun-1283218219
Theres some great ones on the guys profile, seems they're prolific criminals.
So strange. Most of their footage is of pretty normal stuff, that you could absolutely imagine being used. Then there is 'tied on a tree gun on mouth'...
Well, there is this one too
starts out smooth as fuck and then become what are you doing to his face??
Here you go! Just don't go creating a better one! :P
FYI if you want something that's ready to use, Kiwix has prebuilt, compressed, searchable copies of Wikipedia and a bunch of other sites (like StackOverflow) and viewer apps for Linux, Android, and all the peasant platforms too.
This is the one I used. But there is also this short version of it
they're also all slightly creepy and funny: https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-8942170-stock-footage-affectionate-couple-in-a-living-room-turning-their-head-to-camera-and-smiling.html?src=rel/19380031:7
Yep, I managed to find one more
If you can't do that yourself, I'll throw something together tomorrow or monday that you can send a video to and it'll give you a GIF back out.
> For a 1500 $ Apple computer, I can easily build one that is = to or better for far less.
No you can't, because you'd still be stuck on Faildows.
But go on though, find me ANYTHING similar for the same or cheaper price. Go go
It was an editorial photo from shutterstock, a current event having to do with the 3 giraffes but i can't remember gonna have to look it up and get back to you shortly
Edit: Link - it was a legit giraffe birthday in bristol uk
Just curious to ask your opinion. My son recommended I read "Being Mortal" by Atul Gawked we like to suggest books to each other to read.
I found the book very comforting for the fact that he was advocating for a focus on quality of life versus merely prolonging it.
Do you find that this is the reality today? Can patients ask questions like "What would you do in this situation?" and expect to get meaningful answers? There is such a disparity in knowledge about a certain medical condition between a doctor and patient that asking them to make life and death decisions seems almost negligent.
My first experience I had with this was when it was determined I needed to have my gallbladder removed. I asked the doctor who they would have do the procedure if it was them. Thankfully I got a very direct answer with the following information "He's not a warm guy, don't expect to like him. But he's a machine and does hundreds of these on a regular basis, he's technically the best."
Most recently my step-dad was diagnosed with amyloidosis after a long period of time of not feeling well (he had Epstein-Barr) getting to the amyloidosis diagnosis was an exercise in frustration with 6 different specialists doctors giving us pieces of data and no one working to synthesize the information. However once the diagnosis was made and he started to experience multi-organ failure the staff in the ICU was very comforting and very open about the options to help ease his suffering and allowing him to succumb peacefully.
It was a complete study in contrasts.
Yeah, and it came combo'd with that keyboard.
But you are right, I couldn't remember the model number and was too lazy to dig it out. https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Cordless-MX-Duo-967300-0403/dp/B000095ISG