Now That’s Really Cool! (45 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       4 Feb 2021       4281       18 GALLERY

“Elevator's "Buttons" During Pandemic.”

“There was a small hole in the side of a trailer I was loading today, resulting in an image of the street outside being projected upside down on the opposite wall.”

“1950s Tie gives you fashion advice.”

“An old, abandoned narrow gauge railway tunnel underneath a house atop a mountain in Cumberland, Maine.”

“I customized my coffee table to have a pull out gaming monitor.”

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“My dad found a ~20 year old banana in his coat pocket.”

“I found an old movie ticket from the 1950s in between the walls of my house.”

“This bumper sticker I passed walking in my neighborhood.”

“Lenticular clouds over the Organ Mountains in New Mexico!”

“Swing made from a carbon fiber hydrofoil that was no longer needed.”

“One of the eggs I poached this morning came out looking like a human heart.”

“My great grandmothers sketches of her teachers. 1924”

“I stacked 65 jenga blocks on one block.”

“My potato looks like it's trying to escape itself.”

“The area I used to work in Washington looks like Jurassic Park.”

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“Sign posts don’t last long at this intersection.”

“Our hotel shower designed like a swimming pool.”

“Old estate by my house was converted to a McDonald’s.”

“This Man From My Walk Looks Like Gru From Despicable Me.”

“Seems that old couch springs make for pretty good plant climbers.”

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“This egg my chicken laid looks like a kinder surprise egg.”

“The tag from my new frying pan can be planted to grow thyme.”

“My kids snap band is a recycled tape measure.”

“Black and white squirrel that came up to me on my walk.”

“This LEGO person has a seeing eye dog.”

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“Bitcoin mining rig being used to heat the house.”

“My ice cream was completely overfilled.”

“3 in 1 sink that I've found on a rest area somewhere in Missouri.”

“I bought a new car and they gave me my paperwork on a USB drive shaped like a key.”

“Coffee mug is a miniature caraffe.”

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“My father's collection of concert tickets.”

“These wearable weatherproof capsules used in the drive thru.”

“Ice broke this railing.”

“A neolithic tomb.”

“This tiny frog I saved from almost being stepped on.”

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“This skyscraper casting a shadow onto the sky.”

“My workplace has installed copper-coated door handles for germ control.”

“A big homemade marshmallow.”

“My sister saw an albino squirrel!”

“I bought the same shirt nearly 20 years later.”

“My little pyrite cube. Wearing a pyrite cube hat. It formed like this naturally.”

“My Lipton tea came with a teacup shaped teabag holder.”

“Music Festival right now in NZ.”

“My husband’s work boots. Brand new and used ~4 months. Yes, that’s the steel toe showing.”

“Vaseline Glass (Uranium Glass) Collection glows under blacklight.”


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Lester 2 month s ago
#12 Those aren't her teachers, those are characters from a Dickens novel, "The Pickwick Papers"
       
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Patsy 2 month s ago
#31 Spandau Ballet and Iron Maiden?!?! Wow... quite the range.
       
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Claas 2 month s ago
       
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Zeb 2 month s ago
Claas,
So they just lucked in to doing 14 day mandatory quarantines for all visitors? Accidentally fell into doing aggressive contact tracing for all cases? Screwed up and kept 3.8 million visitors a year from spreading the illness (or far far more per capita than visit the US)? Yeah, they didn't do anything special. It's irresponsible to look at what they have done that has worked. It might hurt someone's feelings after all.
       
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Unice 2 month s ago
Zeb,

3.8 million visitors lol that’s bi-weekly numbers for Europe and USA. Don’t be dim and compare. It’s tiresome. It’s not accident they had low numbers it’s geographic and economic reasons. Hell, you could have the same if you run the country.
       
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Zeb 2 month s ago
Unice,
If by bi-weekly you mean every two weeks, you're not far off the mark for the US, but are woefully inaccurate for Europe. As you rightly point out, the US gets about 20% the rate of visitors per capita that New Zealand gets - thanks for pointing out how much less tourism is a factor in the US compared to New Zealand. You'd think they could handle such a small number compared to their population. But they don't seem to be able to for some reason. Now Europe, well, they get about 10 times more visitors than the US. Interestingly, they are doing quite a bit better COVID-wise than the US, though are clearly suffering too.

So we have a small nation with many more visitors per captia than the US doing very well, and a large union with vastly more visitors than the US doing fairly ok (not as good as NZ, but far better than the US).

It's almost as if the actions of the particular nations have an impact on outcomes to the pandemic.
       
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Marion 2 month s ago
Zeb,
Are you really comparing tourist visits per capita lol.... don’t forget to include traveling with courtiers in Europe. How many people from other countries go in and out of Italy just for work on a daily basis
       
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Marion 2 month s ago
Zen- there has been like over 740k deaths in Europe.... how is that “far” better than the USA. Open your eyes and quit spreading lies.
       
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Zeb 2 month s ago
Marion,
Well, foreign visitors per capita. I should have used that term rather than "tourists", since that includes business travel as well. And the number stands, the EU sees far more external travel than the US, and always has.

The 740K deaths is a pretty grim number. But I was referring to the response and corresponding trend due to that response. For example just today, there were almost twice as many COVID cases in the US as in the EU. Hardly a lie to point out that the EU is currently seeing close to half the cases the US is.
       
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Zeb 2 month s ago
Zeb,
I should also point out that the 740K deaths in all of Europe is for a population twice that of the US. So yes, they are doing better than the US in that regard as well. Yet I am the one spreading lies? (to put it in perspective: All of Europe: 1 death per 1000 US: 1 death per 718. NZ 1 death per 196,000)
       
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Moss 2 month s ago
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More important than their pathetic virtue signaling, did anyone bother to get the cat's permission?
       
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Sheila 2 month s ago
#35 is a baby toad, also called a toadlet. Baby frogs are tadpoles.
       
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Sheila 2 month s ago
Good on you for saving him from the big squish!
       
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Hortense 2 month s ago
#38 That's not a marshmallow, that's tofu!
       
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Daph 2 month s ago
#28 I wasn’t getting it looking at the sink and reading the above instructions. At first the sink looked curved outwards with a hole in the middle. Then I saw it after a few seconds sm_80
       
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Life 2 month s ago
Daph,

Can someone explain?
       
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Lissia 2 month s ago
#11 Don't care if breakfast gets cold, as long as I get this cool pic.
       
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Swene 1 month ago
Lissia, My first thought was, "Why is he bragging about stealing an egg?" THEN, I realized that he meant a for real poached egg and not one that he just swiped!
       
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