Dora and I are hungry, so we get Stromboli. I go to the place and give the guy 20 bucks.
He does not give us Stromboli.
He gives us fucking logs of delicious food. Seriously, these things are fucking massive. Best bang for the buck at a restaurant in a long time.
Hawkeye vs. Deadpool #0
I really appreciated all the little nods to Clint’s deafness in this issue. I’m glad other writers are acknowledging it and it’s not just a temporary thing in Fraction’s run. I also enjoy the fact that Wade apparently knows sign language.
Also deadpool has his mask up to expose his lips so Hawkeye can read his lips so he doesn’t have to sign everything
I love Deadpool so much, you guys. Love love him. Every time I find out something new about Deadpool, I love him more, because it’s always shit like this.
Deadpool is lovely.
Deadpool is so much deeper than most people give him credit for
This game is so amazing.
Oreo Toothpaste Prank
There’s evil then there’s this……
yeah toothpaste almost always makes you vomit if it gets down to your stomach, it’s shitty and irresponsible to trick your kids into getting that much in their mouths
For the sake of humor I want to say something like “I would so do this to my daughter.”
But I know me, and knowing me as I do, I would scrape off the icing and put something like cake frosting in it.
"Surprise, It’s not Oreo icing. Haha got you! Hey why aren’t you sharing with me….."
Then she would do the same to me later on down the road when I’ve forgotten about it, and use toothpaste or whatever cream I have in the medicine cabinet. Life isn’t fair I tell ya.
Moose, they make cake Oreos…
RACETRACK PLAYA MYSTERY SOLVED!!!!!!!!!!!!
Today, a long-awaited paper was published in the open-access journal PLOS One. A team led by a scientist from Scripps institute of oceanography finally observed what no one has seen before; the rocks of Racetrack Playa sliding.
Racetrack playa is a dry lakebed in the northern part of Death Valley. It is distinguished by the features you see here; rocks from one side of the playa have left trails as they somehow slid across to the other side.
There have been a variety of theories for how this happens, including freezing the lake to an icy surface and strong winds, but until last winter no one had ever actually observed it in process, making it a truly great geologic mystery. Using a combination of time lapse cameras and GPS monitoring as seen on the rock in this photo, this team finally, successfully got it last year during winter.
The answer turns out to be that the rocks are actually pushed by ice sheets. Last year, the lake received ~5 cm of precipitation in the form of both rain and snow, enough to cause a thin layer of water above the muddy surface of the lake. During nights with sub-freezing temperatures, this layer of water would freeze. In the morning when it was sunny, the ice would break up into large sheets of ice, only a couple millimeters in thickness, which could be pushed by the wind. Apparently there is even audio of the cracking noises made when these sheets break apart.
Moderate winds on those mornings pushed these sheets of ice up against the rocks, in some cases piling up several ice sheets on the rock until finally there was enough force to make them move.
The ice sheets sometimes break apart against the rocks, explaining how different rocks can be pushed in different directions or why some rocks don’t move while other nearby rocks do.
Mystery solved. A wide, thin sheet of ice, created when the lake has a tiny bit of water in it, cracks apart when the sun reaches it in the morning, and is pushed by the wind, taking the rocks with it.
I put some of the time-lapse video up at our blog a moment ago here:http://the-earth-story.com/post/95927612061/this-is-legit-omg-video-right-here-the-rocks-of
Original paper and image credit:http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0105948
A previous post of ours about Racetrack:
the premise of our relationship tbh
Have you ever considered the consequence of a horse penis on a chicken sandwich.
What do you guys think? I’ll definitely be trying it, but I’m not yet convinced I like it enough tro drop money on it for early access. I’ll be doing the free to play stuff for a couple days and if I like it, I’ll drop 15 for the monthly. Because it seems to work like SWTOR, Free to play is really just a trial.
I played in a beta weekend and the combat is REALLY cool. It’s like WoW with tons of combos and flexibility but the crafting is like…MANDATORY for things that aren’t necessarily crafting.
Example: You need crafting points to identify items, loot certain things and all that as WELL as actual crafting, and crafting points are REALLY limited if you are F2P.
Guess who just cashed in a CREDD.
Maybe I’ll have more luck finding an end game group. RP for me is never a problem cause I know Moose though.