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OBERYN NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

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ITS FAKE NEWS

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General Off Topic / Re: Vitamins/Pills [I cured my HH!]
« on: Today at 01:44:57 PM »
Definitely strained my eyes looking at these yesterday lol. Pretty cool concept. Always satisfying when you can see the secret images.


This is an expert level magic eye
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General Discussion / Re: good old days
« on: Today at 01:19:34 PM »
what movie is that?

I wondered this myself as the gif is fucking hilarious. Apparently it is from a show called "Quantum Leap"

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Here are a couple descriptions of the show I found in my short search.

"Sam Beckett, a genius doctor theorizes that one can time travel in one's own lifetime through quantum leaping. Unlike a genius he jumps into the machine and gets sent back into time. He takes over people's lives to right what once went wrong. In this case, he's making sure that handicapped guy can keep his job."

"Sam leaps into people's bodies to help them out. During the show we see sam as sam for logistical purposes, but when he looks in a mirror or when others look at him, they see the person he's leapt into."

"Sam Beckett time travels, but he does so by leaping into other people's bodies... or just their auras... I'm still kind of confused on this part, really. But anyway, he leaps "into" another person's life at a point in history (within Sam's own lifetime). Everyone around him (except animals and small children) see the person Sam leapt into, not Sam himself. He leaps through time, helping people by "putting right what once went wrong." It's usually minor stuff, but he fixes things in peoples's lives so that their outcome becomes the better.

He's accompanied by his friend, Al, who is still in the future (the far off year of 1999) who appears as a hologram that only Sam (and small children and animals) can see and hear. Al has a little handheld device that links him to their super computer, Ziggy, that predicts how and when someone's life went wrong, and what Sam needs to do to fix that person's life."

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General / Re: Donkey team no longer developing M:BG / OKAM
« on: Today at 01:15:15 PM »
Anyone with a forum registration date post 2011 is subhuman in my eyes anyway....

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General Off Topic / Re: Vitamins/Pills [I cured my HH!]
« on: September 18, 2017, 07:16:11 PM »
It is not a cock forest you must continue searching.

Hint: There are boobs

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General / Re: Donkey team no longer developing M:BG / OKAM
« on: September 18, 2017, 05:45:23 PM »
its like the immovable retard meets the unstoppable autist in here

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General Off Topic / Re: Vitamins/Pills [I cured my HH!]
« on: September 18, 2017, 01:03:43 PM »
???

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I knew this was coming lol. One of the funniest magic eye tricks that I have ever seen


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... and all the other things floating around out there / Re: NHL 18
« on: September 18, 2017, 12:39:54 PM »
I had one of the early early ones on n64. I think 96 or 97

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General Off Topic / Re: RIP Cassi(ni)
« on: September 18, 2017, 12:37:01 PM »
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This is the meme I wish I had memed

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General Discussion / Re: good old days
« on: September 16, 2017, 02:56:57 PM »
I've heard this theory that we are on the shell of a celestial turtle before. It seems VERY likely.

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General Discussion / Re: good old days
« on: September 16, 2017, 02:53:19 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: good old days
« on: September 16, 2017, 02:45:39 PM »
lol @ thinking the earth is a sphere or flat everyone with more than 3 braincells knows the truth is

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General Discussion / Re: good old days
« on: September 16, 2017, 02:38:28 PM »
But how do time zones work?

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EZ

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Spam / Re: The Temple of Spam
« on: September 16, 2017, 02:27:39 PM »
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General Off Topic / RIP Cassi(ni)
« on: September 16, 2017, 01:14:05 PM »
Cassini probe bids Saturn goodbye with final images, Spacecraft's 13-year mission came to a close on Friday

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Here are some of the best pictures and discoveries made by the probe on its 13 year trip

Enceladus
Here, Enceladus, a moon that holds the possibility of life, sinks behind Saturn. Frozen on the surface this moon has a liquid salt water ocean that may contain extra terrestrial life.
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Mighty Titan
Titan, Saturn's largest moon, is seen here shrouded in smog. Cassini discovered that Titan has lakes of methane, making it the only place in our solar system outside of Earth to contain liquid on its surface. One lake is prominent at the top centre of the image.
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A stunning ring system
Saturn's rings are a marvellous collection of rock and ice, some as small as dust, some as large as mountains. But the age of the rings isn't known. In its final flybys, Cassini mapped the gravity fields of the rings, in essence trying to weigh them. The more massive they are, the older they would be, perhaps as old as the solar system itself, around 4.6 billion years. If lighter, they could be just hundreds of thousands of years old, which preliminary findings suggest may be the case.
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Making waves
The tiny moon Daphnis is seen here in the Keeler gap, making waves in the rings of Saturn. While orbiting the planet, Cassini discovered six new moons, many within the rings of Saturn itself.
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The great hexagonal north
Cassini snapped one final photo of Saturn's northern hemisphere where a powerful jet stream in the form of a hexagon swirls. The eye of the hexagon is about 50 times larger than the average eye of a hurricane on Earth.
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Ring propellers
Cassini found structures scientists refer to as propellers, within the rings of Saturn. It's believed they are caused by tiny moons that disturb the ring material, which in turn reflects sunlight.
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Final resting place
This image composite taken in infrared shows where scientists believe the spacecraft entered Saturn's atmosphere. When the photos were taken, the region was on the night side of the planet, which would have rotated into day by the time Cassini made its entry.
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So long and thanks for all the pics

http://www.cbc.ca/news/multimedia/cassini-bids-saturn-goodbye-with-final-images-1.4291781

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