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Packing all of your belongings into a U-Haul and then transporting them across several states is nearly as stressful and futile as trying to run away from lava in swim fins. I know this because my boyfriend Duncan and I moved from Montana to Oregon last month. But as harrowing as the move was for us, it was nothing compared to the confusion and insecurity our two dogs had to endure. Our first dog is - to put it delicately - simple-minded.
When the Roppongi Hills urban development project opened in 2003, it quickly wowed Tokyoites with its office towers, art museum, deluxe hotels, and prestigious shopping. The most curious part of the development, however, is not its flashy design or luxury buildings, but the small garden that separates the office and cinema complex from a local TV studio. Roppongi Hills Garden Pond - Tokyo, Japan
Geocaching Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity, first played in May 2000, [ 2 ] in which the participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called "geocaches" or "caches", anywhere in the world. A typical cache is a small waterproof container containing a logbook where the geocacher enters the date they found it and signs it with their established code name. Larger containers such as plastic storage containers ( Tupperware or similar) or ammunition boxes can also contain items for trading, usually toys or trinkets of little value. Geocaching shares many aspects with benchmarking , trigpointing , orienteering , treasure-hunting , letterboxing , and waymarking . [ edit ] History Geocaching was originally similar to the 150-year-old game letterboxing , which uses clues and references to landmarks embedded in stories.
Commercials are duplicitous. They are designed to elicit the same response from us as a burning fire; our interest level is minimal at best yet we can't tear ourselves from a constantly shifting image. Advertisers do this to protect the absurdity in every commercial, encouraging viewers to watch, but not too intently that reason might step in and say, "What the fuck is going on here?" The 6 Most Baffling Things Every TV Ad Assumes Are True | Cracke
The universe is full of weird substances like liquid metal and whatever preservative keeps Larry King alive. But mankind isn't happy to accept the weirdness of nature when we can create our own abominations of science that, due to the miracle of technology, spit in nature's face and call it retarded. That's why we came up with... What do you get when you suspend nanoparticles of iron compounds in a colloidal solution of water, oil and a surfactant? Did you guess Zima? The real answer is ferrofluids, though you should be proud if you just knew what "surfactant" was.
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We're not going to bullshit you. Look hard enough, and you can find "amazing" coincidences anywhere. With a whole universe to work with, sometimes the stars are going to align just right. But, even cynical types like us have to admit that sometimes this stuff can get downright creepy .
R v Dudley and Stephens R v Dudley and Stephens (1884) 14 QBD 273 DC is a leading English criminal case which established a precedent , throughout the common law world, that necessity is not a defence to a charge of murder . It concerned survival cannibalism following a shipwreck and its purported justification on the basis of a Custom of the Sea . [ 1 ] It marked the culmination of a long history of attempts by the law, in the face of public opinion sympathetic to castaways , to outlaw the custom and it became something of a cause célèbre in Victorian Britain . [ edit ] Facts The English yacht Mignonette was a 19.43 net tonnage , 52 feet (16 m) cruiser built in 1867. [ 2 ] In 1883, she was purchased as a leisure vessel by Australian lawyer John Henry Want . [ 2 ] The yacht could only reasonably be transported to Australia by sailing her there but she was a small vessel and the prospect of a 15,000-mile (24,000-km) voyage hampered Want's initial attempts to find a suitable crew.
So, the headlines say somebody else has died due to video game addiction . Yes, it's Korea again. What the hell? Look, I'm not saying video games are heroin. I totally get that the victims had other shit going on in their lives.
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I think The Karate Kid ruined the modern world. Not just that movie, but all of the movies like it (you certainly can’t let the Rocky sequels escape blame). Basically any movie with a training montage. You know what I’m talking about; the main character is very bad at something, then there is a sequence in the middle of the film set to upbeat music that shows him practicing. When it’s done, he’s an expert. John Dies at the End » Fuck the Karate Kid
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Every grizzled mentor worth their salt will tell you that success takes a lot of work. Getting a good job requires an education, good health requires discipline and good hair requires vigorous conditioning. But science says that while those high-octane achievers may make more money and climb the career ladder faster, it's the slackers who prevail in the end. Just consider... 6 Slacker Behaviors That Science Says Are Good For You
The Most Officialest SkiFree Home Page Microsoft SkiFree 1.0 History In 1991 I was working at Microsoft as a programmer, writing programming utilities for use by other programmers, such as a dialog editor used in the development of Word and Excel. I programmed mostly in C for OS/2 (back then that was a Microsoft product, and supposedly the wave of the future).
I proposed by hacking Chrono Trigger
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One of my favorite hacks at last weekend’s Music Hack Day is Tristan’s Swinger. The Swinger is a bit of python code that takes any song and makes it swing. It does this be taking each beat and time-stretching the first half of each beat while time-shrinking the second half. It has quite a magical effect. Some examples:
Is there a German word for "the feeling you get when something is so ridiculous that you want to laugh, yet is simultaneously jaw-droppingly horrible"? Can we make one up? Fox-Tossing: Lessons in horrific/ridiculous history - Boing Boin
I'M HERE – A LOVE STORY IN AN ABSOLUT WORLD
I don't know about you all, I'm about to burst, seems like so much is out of sync with my own sense of right & wrong, many years ago noticed that things i saw or knew to be false where taken as gospel truth by many more people than saw my perception of the situation, and a host of other " my brain is hanging upside down" moments (great Ramones song by the by) Also noticed that people where less and less likely to say thank you or even understand that you've done them a good deed and I'm not just talking about small kindnesses but big ass hook ups and many times over the last several years I've received the Golden "F**K YOU for helping me" I've been pretty floored by some of the people in my life who have pulled this stunt.... RecordBrother
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