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Temperance 2 year s ago
i'm Ringo and i'm just happy to be here dance3
       
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Syl 2 year s ago
Temperance, you are a breath of fresh air. Thank you.
       
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Sebby 2 year s ago
If you are reading this, I hope you have a good life. <3
Be kind to each other.
       
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Syl 2 year s ago
Sebby, thank you, kind anonymous person
       
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Anastasia 2 year s ago
#26 very bad Photoshop
       
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Christiana 2 year s ago
Anastasia,I think the image in glass should be reversed or inverted
       
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Erick 2 year s ago
#41

#41
       
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Cinderella 2 year s ago
#1 chicken had an upset tummy
       
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Eric 2 year s ago
#26 you can check it before you think :)
       
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salamoon 2 year s ago
Eric,

right? im like WTF just take a glass, pour a water in it and take a look... good
       
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Kate 2 year s ago
Eric,

At a first look you can see the house layer is larger than the glass in the upper-left corner of the glass 35
       
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salamoon 2 year s ago
Kate,

a) it looks like that because you forgot to add a thickness of a glass wall (look at the top rim of a glass above that)... that line is the inner surface of the glass cup

b) however i agree is a photoshop, because its not properly masked (that blurry backround around the lower left corner...
       
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salamoon 2 year s ago
#19 or worlds biggest purse...
       
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Midge 2 year s ago
#9 thats a ski lift. theyve never had safety bars or belts
       
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Feli 2 year s ago
#27 - I believe that is a man named Clyde Peeling, from Allenwood PA - owner of a reptile zoo named Reptileland. He gave demonstrations in schools all over PA and beyond. He was at my school in Muncy PA more than once when I was there in the 70s.
       
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Philadelphia 2 year s ago
#37 Rat Rod
       
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Augustina 2 year s ago
#43 - 6,250 people live there ! But how high above sea level is it ? 95% of the world's people use, and think in, metric. Are you writing for the 5% that still use Imperial measures, you know, the ones based on an English king's body parts and very old fashioned customs.
Chains, furlongs, leagues, feet, fathoms, knots, yards, miles, inches.
The WORLD WIDE web, remember.
       
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Greenberry 2 year s ago
Augustina, since you seem to despise "old fashioned customs", let's try something new. How about the world uses the measurement system of the only country having the engineering achievement of putting a man on the moon? Doen't that seem ... fitting?
       
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Horace 2 year s ago
Greenberry,
I can assure you that the people who put a man on the moon certainly understand and used the metric system. That argument is getting so old.
       
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Vinny 2 year s ago
Horace,

Sounds like something a person living in a country that didn’t put a man on the moon would write.
       
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Jackson 2 year s ago
Greenberry, Many of NASA's key people were ex Nazi engineers and scientists who also built the V2s that landed in the UK. They worked in metric on both projects.
       
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Chauncey 2 year s ago
Greenberry, Kubrik was good, huh!
       
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Gert 2 year s ago
Greenberry,

The only reason America had the first man on the moon was because Russia had the first man in space. It was just one big d@#k waving contest to "prove" which country was "better". Like if a few people did something amazing it "proves" the whole country and it's people are better... somehow. Kinda what you're trying to do now.
       
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Jackson 2 year s ago
Augustina, Many people who are comfortable using metric also speak more than one language. Can they not deal with more than one system of measuring?
       
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Brandy 2 year s ago
Augustina,

We just don't want to swap our arbitrary units for ones based on the meridian through Paris, France because that is SO rational.
Seriously, the Imperial system is binary and relates mass to volume, which the metric system does not. Basically, the Imperial system is easy to use and practical for building things.
       
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Trannie 2 year s ago
Augustina,

Omg. Shut. UP!
       
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Chauncey 2 year s ago
#9 Still is!
       
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Kate 2 year s ago
Chauncey,

The peoples were smarter those days. Not risking their lives for an Instagram shot.
sm_80
       
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Vonnie 2 year s ago
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F@#k this warmonger and alcoholic.
       
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Geraldine 2 year s ago
Vonnie,

Didn't realize there were still pro-Nazi people out there...
       
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Claudia 2 year s ago
Geraldine,
49% of Merica is.
       
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Haseltine 2 year s ago
Claudia,
39% Thank you
       
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Trannie 2 year s ago
Vonnie,

F off commie.
       
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Oswald 2 year s ago
#34 Anyone else remember this map from the old Call of Duty? Awesome.
       
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Onicyphorous 2 year s ago
#3 Let me guess: You don't need a flash for it?
       
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