Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Sam I Am, Oct 19, 2011.
well, that's insulting!!!
Yea, this site has an overload of Home Economics-taking Renaissance men.
I can't remember what it consists of but my chemistry teacher in junior high school called it "the turd of satan" He was an awsome teacher.
Do I have a deal for you!
hah I can't post the other two similar to the one above. Shame!
Can't remember if I already posted this one.
Real life Death Star. (Actually Saturn's moon Mimas)
NASA astronaut Dan Burbank captured the Comet Lovejoy as it soared near the Earth’s horizon on December 21, 2011. Burbank was aboard the International Space Station and said of the sighting, ““[It was] the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen in space, and that’s saying an awful lot because every day is filled with amazing things.”
A size comparison of a neutron star to New York city. A neutron stars contain up to as much as 500,000 times the mass of the Earth in a sphere no larger than Brooklyn, United States.
A neutron star is a type of stellar remnant left behind after a supernova. Gravitational collapse occurs and if a black hole does not form, then a neutron star does.
(Although technically this is over Queens/Long Island - it looks like it would be larger than Brooklyn)
If you can't do this, you suck.
Half Off Hooker... WOOHOO...
Meanwhile in Tightwad, MO (yes it's real)...
Meanwhile in West Virginia...
Scuba Diver Mural...
I have absolutely NO SYMPATHY for fat, lazy people like this. ZERO. You're eating a BLOCK of cheese. You should be standing up, and walking around. Skip a meal. Run a lap.
Geez(not cheese), someone is in a bad mood.
send me a text...i don't wanna hear it!!!!!!!!
I didn't realize TB was snapping photos at Barton Springs that day or I would have jumped in the picture and really scared people.
That...that is just wrong. But I did laugh.
I just took a spin through the beginnings of this thread.
btw, I didn't even realize this thread had a birthday back in October.
It seems the guy above learned the statement below all too well.
Perspective: Cloud Tree