Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Sam I Am, Oct 19, 2011.
Maybe its me, but it looks to me like he was looking off the left before he gets creamed.
That may be right. I looks like a phone that is skidding along the road and into the curb right after he hits but I guess it could be a part of the bike.
EDIT: after looking at it again I'm not sure it looks like a phone.
Actually, this says he fell asleep.
looks like a woman to me, and it seems like she is moving her head so I don't see how she was sleeping
Doesn't that idiot know he should not have tried to move him.
Ha, that's exactly what I was thinking.
I was just kidding about the texting.
Sleeping makes sense, though. I'm so tired I could fall asle-...
This is the storm that crossed New York a few days ago and ended up spawning two tornados.
Neptune's largest moon Triton. The image was taken by NASA's Voyager 2 probe on Aug. 24, 1989, from 330,000 miles away. The resolution is about 6.2 miles. Just for perspective, Neptune is an average of about 4.5 billion miles away.
Wow, this is a perspective I've never seen.
give it a minute..
I see Pi, but I hope he isn't peeing! :laugh2:
High time I acknowledged this:
Sam I Am (nyc)... YOU, for posting these sorts of crack-me-ups... and ME, for laughing at them... WE aren't gonna make the Christmas Card lists of many (if any) of the following female members... not unless they understand and choose to forgive just how warped boys' senses of humor are.
Sorry, ladies. It's a kind of perverse sickness.
I blame it on genetics... and Sam I Am, of course.
Man has good taste, Shiner Bock.
lol. Wide angle lens advertisement.
Coke bottle, water, bleach, and the sun = a home made light bulb equal to 55 watts.
Pretty cool but being it only works during the day...why not just cut a sky light.
Because the rain would come in to your shanty house.
The water refracts the light as it enters so that the entire bottle glows like a light bulb does. This allows better lighting than direct sunlight because direct sunlight would only refract after it has hit the floor.
In ancient Egypt, they used to use mirrors to refract a single ray of light from mirror to mirror all around a large room so that that single ray could light up a large room rather than just the part where the light entered and hit the floor.
Another interesting one I found today on FB.
Not entirely sure, but that might be one of the staircases at the Smithsonian Native American Indian Museum...? Been a while...