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Philipina 4 month s ago
#17
Just think of the orgy you could have on that bed!
       
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Frank 4 month s ago
#20 Is that for jousting?
       
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Waldo 4 month s ago
Frank,

it's for beheading, to be Frank
       
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Melia 3 month s ago
Waldo, Tis but a scratch!
       
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Frank 4 month s ago
#28 That looks like a halibut. They often get a lot larger than this specimen.
       
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Waldo 4 month s ago
Frank,

they posted it anyway. just for the halibut
       
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Frank 4 month s ago
#35 Antonov 225. A vanity project lost to war.
       
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Chat 4 month s ago
Frank,
no
it was well used and needed for bulky freights thrughout europe
       
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Chat 4 month s ago
#44
because there is no sealevel.
mt everest would be about 20km high if measured from the bottom of the ocean
       
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Zolly 3 month s ago
Chat, Unfortunately you are wrong about Mt Everest, no part of Everest is submerged underwater so its height is what you see.

There are 3 levels of argument here about height. 1: highest from sea level 2: highest from underwater base and 3: highest from the center of the earth. Each has a different answer.

Mount Everest from sea level as it cant get any lower then that (8,848.86 meters), Mt Mauna Kea from underwater base to summit (10,000 meters) and Mt Chimborazo from the center of the earth to summit (is 2,163m farther than the summit of Everest) and due to that it is the closest point to space, moon, stars etc... on earth.
       
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Robert 4 month s ago
#18 Harbin, PR China (2023)
       
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Hannah 3 month s ago
#5 has a big rack. And the cow has big horns.
       
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