Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Sam I Am, Oct 19, 2011.
omg, salty, you trying to make us throw up???
What has been seen, cannot be unseen......
This picture is by far the most disgusting fully clothed picture I have ever seen.
There've been some bad one's posted on various sites over the course of time but this one just takes the cake. Takes the cake, digests it into a nicely wrapped X-mas gift with a bow and leaves it right atop the tree.
I have no idea who this lady is, but as soon as I saw it I couldn't help but laugh.
The small white speck near the top middle of the image is the moon Mimas. It is 246 miles in diameter. It pales in comparison to the sheer size of Saturn. Saturn is about 74,897 miles in diameter, not counting the rings.
This substance is Gallium. It melts at 85F degrees. It is perfectly safe to handle. It's used in making LEDs. When you put it in your hands, it will melt. To get it to re-freeze, drop it into a bowl or glass. (providing the room isn't above 85F degrees)
Manhattan during the flooding. Battery Park is completely under water. I went to my building yesterday, and they said that the lobby was between 4-5 feet deep in water and the basement had 30 feet of water in it. They are saying it will probably be at least a month before we can return to our office.
Another image from the blackout in lower Manhattan.
The Empire State building is on 34th Street. (tall building seen at the edge of the lights.
Not much of a blackout...
Am I missing something? I hear SI is wiped out...
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This is cool.
Not much of a blackout? 34th street is midtown Manhattan. That is half of Manhattan Island. On a normal business day, that would account for about 2.5M people.
Not sure why you would be comparing Staten Island to Manhattan. Devastation wise, Staten Island is made out of wooden houses, Manhattan is made out of concrete and steel buildings. They aren't likely to be washed away. One big difference is Manhattan is not only exists above ground, most of Manhattan's utilities and mass transit exists below ground. Flooded, below ground.
Both Staten Island and lower Manhattan took a serious hit. (they are only across the bay from each other) Staten Island has about 450k people.
If your computer sucks. PAIN, INCOMING!
Yeager in a street brawl. :laugh2:
Go Bama, Roll Tide!
Hell yeah....I got moves like Jagger :mchammer:
That's what I'm asking... is most of the devastation in SI? For those of us that don't live there, the boroughs and Islands are very confusing. We just know it as NYC for the most part...