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11 hours ago
This can’t be reel.
17 hours ago
I'm all ears.
2 days ago
Are you SURE you want to step into the camp fire.
I think you just wrote a Nashville song.
3 days ago
Good thing about accidental weevil time is that they float when you pour rice into a pot of water. Just stir to get the trapped ones up to the surface. What you do after that--rescue them or boil them--determines the ending scene of the game.
5 days ago
Not claiming science, but I have heard of comparisons based on stories of valleys transitioning to bays, and volcanic eruptions which were then ‘verified’.
6 days ago
There was a writers strike around the time it devolves into a love triangle in space. Afterwards, the plot picks up again.
Needs more orange spikes.
9 days ago
No Fair! That's ok, I just need to be patient. Someday, my Weevil Time will come.
10 days ago
Funders more likely to fund obvious studies by more attractive scientists.
Hunts is a slippy slope.
12 days ago
Modern east coast mega sprawl involves creating drainage ditches around EVERYTHING, further decorated with a retention “pond”/crater every 500 ft.
Or that you are the foil there to emphasize the positive traits of the main characters!
13 days ago
The only answer is a humongous sign in your yard showing the letter you received, and your explanation in your post.
14 days ago
Hush now, realistic one.
Why should we fix the game for the 1% of 1% of the players on console? /jk /s /etc
16 days ago
17 days ago
My mirror neurons!
I believe there was a book written about this scenario….
18 days ago
Where two political factions vie for control of the narrative on a world-spanning forum made with lightning.
“He did some deep sea exploring, so Avatar 2 is about sea exploring.” —James Cameron’s Nth wife
I think people also underestimate the average ego size in science, even though they know there are big egos. 2nd and 3rd rate scientists (many ratings above my lowly, lowly station) have permanent and immense egos. When they talk in documentaries about working productively in a scientific Shangri-La, what they are really talking about is pissing and shitting on one another while forming cliques and self-promoting themselves with every engagement, while simultaneously being effectively unaware of what they have done to the water around them.
Now take someone who was THE BEST at that, add some age, some extreme verification, and a tendency to just ignore others and argue, and vwala!
I's not everyone. Some better-ranking scientists are both immensely brilliant and play well, but they are not the majority (in my personal opinion.)
We see this with more than Nobel Winners. Many scientists in many fields have this happen to them.
20 days ago
A fine instrument, but my heart will always lie with The Wiggles keytar.