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The Plate Escape

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DD - The initial squeeze will happen overnight and here's my theory why

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UPDATE - It’s been over 3 years and I always wondered if he kept counting. Original post in comments

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Kasparov response to Elon

That's a little funny

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  1. Although it issss junk, it’s some of the best damn junk you could get so I feel this post 100%

  2. It also cracks me up that people say we’ve been “hiding it,” considering the fact that in 2019 Popeye’s chicken sandwich caused such an uproar that people were waiting in line for 3 hours, reselling them in the parking lot for $20, some guy even got stabbed and died in an argument over a Popeyes chicken sandwich.

  3. I’m in my mid 50s and have been heavily involved in my local music scene as a volunteer photographer for a decade. It’s so wonderful that the “kids” these days don’t really care about age or gender or color - they care about how you treat people. That’s pretty much it.

  4. I fucking love Gen Z clients. I also love millennial clients, but Gen Z is something special. Their eyes are open. They get it. Unlike Gen X or boomers, they grew up seeing all of society online, with the 4AM lights on, in all its horror and oppressiveness, and they actually understand it. Despite what boomer news articles try to claim, societally they’re one of the least sheltered groups of young people ever (bc internet), and while that probably sucks for them, they’re extraordinarily kind and compassionate because of it.

  5. Definitely better to have not seen the Gay Pirate Plate through the story. That way, one can imagine what the Gay Pirate Plate looks like. What portion of the Gay Pirate is being depicted on the Plate? How is the Gay Pirate posed on the Plate? What colors are used on the Gay Pirate Plate that would make it incongruent with any decór? Is the Plate simply round or are there flourishes along the edges? If the latter, does it enhance or detract from the appearance of the Gay Pirate?

  6. i love when someone types up a comment that is, in every way, what you would have commented, maybe even better, so now you don’t have to

  7. I disagree that it was funny, but more telling about the individual. I agree however that no one wins, but would bet the girls are getting paid for their time, so I would say at least it edges things in their favor in the long run, when the interrupter only furthered to expose herself as a dick

  8. All the director of this short film needed to include was one clip of the girl group snapping at random strangers (who are just minding their own business) to get out of the way, and the solo party crasher would have been funny. But since the girls just seem to be doing their thing, you have no actual reason to root against them except for the fact that they’re filming a dance in public

  9. Great work. Appreciate your time and effort into this. I've got my price alerts set...and I've stopped looking at this stuff every day and night. Everyone needs to get back to their lives...because when it starts WE WILL ALL KNOW IT.

  10. Was I the only one who interpreted the title as “the MOASS will happen overnight before tomorrow” and spent the whole post waiting for OP to draw a crazy conclusion that this was inevitable tomorrow lol? but seriously though, good work

  11. Trump would blatantly lie in press conferences then lie that he had never even said the previous lie in his next interview then lie about denying anything in the interview after that before further embellishing his original claims in the next press conference. You got multiple lies out of every lie he said which was pretty much anything out of his mouth.

  12. I believe the Obama number. Not that I worship Obama, but the entire idea of a “President lying” being a normal thing has no parallel before Trump. Everyone forgets this, because Trump represents such a massive shift in culture and presidential reverence that he’s created a new normal —

  13. I honestly feel bad for people like that. The inner torment must be hell. They cannot accept themselves. They cannot accept others. They are religious but their religious group does not accept them. Likely their family cannot accept them.

  14. How about relationships, knowing that a skinny version of you wouldn’t date your partner? Knowing that you’re both settling?

  15. They mean well most of the time but that doesn't change the fact that we know the truth.

  16. I know this probably won’t change anything and might not even be helpful, but whenever I compliment someone, no part of my brain is silently adding “for a fat person” (or “for a [whatever]”) to the end of the thing I said out loud. If I compliment someone, I never mean it in a patronizing way — I legitimately think they look great. Generally, most people are only worried about their own appearance, myself included.

  17. It's tradition now. I'm still trying to see the doth raki take on the white walkers at winterfell.

  18. I genuinely enjoyed the Iron Man movies, but I gotta say that those movies came out at a bad time that I think resulted in a lot of people treating Musk like he's Tony Stark when he's more of a Thomas Edison

  19. I liked Elon Musk for a while. I’ll admit it. After watching “who killed the electric car” as a kid and seeing the stranglehold big oil had on the EV industry, systematically stomping out ever potential EV, I was incredibly impressed by the way Elon put his entire fortune on the line to create the first truly viable mass-produced EV, took on the entirety of big oil and every other huge carmaker, and won what had up until that point been an overwhelmingly unwinnable battle.

  20. I mean you just said the only reason they want that, they just managed to convince their uneducated electorate that it’s “what god want”

  21. I think abortion doesn’t actually matter to the non-religious conservative nuts. They’re just big business CEO licking money whores who got in bed with Christian fascists because they saw the Christian fascists as the quickest and most easily manipulatable way to get them what they want.

  22. “Can’t do it. Good luck though!!” is my go-to, it always works — I have never once given my boss an ‘option’ that he can decline, you should always tell them instead of ask — but I also don’t have a psychopath boss like this screenshot. Plus the dude didn’t even read the text, he just fired off his little response he had planned.

  23. I feel like I now better understand Ashley from RE4

  24. Exactly. I, a cis persion, sometimes think about what my life would be like if I was born a different sex. From what I understand, that part is absolutely normal in cis people. What isn't normal in cis people is wanting to have been born as other sex.

  25. “Normal” is doing some heavy lifting here. Why is there a line somewhere between imagining what life would be like as a different sex and “wanting to be another sex” that defines the latter as not normal? Are trans people not normal? Where is the line?

  26. I'm 31 too. I distinctly remember a month feeling like quite a long time when I was a teenager.

  27. Yeah. 100%. But then, of course, years later, you look back at the same age and wonder how you ever did it, and sometimes wish you had appreciated the age you were more, instead of worrying about the future.

  28. A better word for it is tremor. Medically speaking, everyone one has a degree of tremor in their muscles, put your hands out in front of your face and stare, they will be moving ever so slightly and you can’t stop it. Interesting stuff.

  29. Usually, at least one kid playing Ouija (which, by the way, was created and marketed in its standard/modern form by a Hasbro executive!) decides that they’re going to freak everyone else out and move the thing themselves, then when people feel it start to move the little tremors start, and then it’s just a snowball effect.

  30. The thing is, today, we already know about pretty much everything on earth. Even if someone showed up with new tech, we understand what technology is; there’s no real modern equivalent of the Inca seeing the Spanish because the world is fundamentally different (less isolated, with media) than it was back then. We understand science, history, all of it from a global and historical perspective. It didn’t used to be like this.

  31. Charles Mann describes it well in his book “1491”, too: "No matter how many times what happened next has been recounted, it has not lost its power to shock: how the curious Atawallpa decided to wait for the strangers' party to arrive; how Pizarro, for it was he, persuaded Atawallpa to visit the Spaniards in the central square of Cajamarca, which was surrounded on three sides by long, empty buildings (the town apparently had been evacuated for the [recently fought Incan civil] war); how on November16, 1532, the emperor-to-be came to Cajamarca in his gilded and feather-decked litter, preceded by a squadron of liveried men who swept the ground and followed by five or six thousand troops, almost all of whom bore only ornamental, parade-type weapons; how Pizarro hid his horses and cannons just within the buildings lining the town square, where the 168 Spanish awaited the Inka with such fear, Pedro Pizarro noted, that many 'made water without knowing it out of sheer terror'; how a Spanish priest presented Atawallpa with a travel-stained Christian breviary, which the Inka, to whom it literally nothing, impatiently threw it aside, providing the Spanish with a legal fig leaf for an attack (desecrating the Holy Writ); how the Spanish, firing cannons, wearing armor, and mounted on horses, none of which the Indians had ever seen, suddenly charged into the square; how the Indians were so panicked by the smoke and fire and steel and charging animals that in trying to flee hundreds trampled each other to death ('they formed mounded and suffocated on another,' one conquistador wrote); how the Spanish took advantage of the soldiers' lack of weaponry to kill almost all the rest; how the native troops who recovered from their initial surprise desperately clustered around Atawallpa, supporting his litter with their shoulders even after Spanish broadswords sliced off their hands; how Pizarro personally dragged down the emperor-to-be and hustled him through the heaps of bodies on the square to what would become his prison."

  32. I don’t understand why so many parents treat human sexuality like an awful sin, and teach their children to be ashamed of one of the great joys in life and a huge part of being human. (Plus, if you ever get assaulted, if you can’t talk to your parents about sex out of fear, you’re more likely to keep it a secret.)

  33. Yeah. Sometimes the guys and girls make separate circles and both spin bottles simultaneously, sometimes it’s one big group and you either spin again when you get two dudes, or you just say fuck it and go for it.

  34. Hosting at a restaurant. Lot of soft skills come out of serving jobs.

  35. Yeah, it isn’t online but this is the answer. You learn people/social skills, stress management, but the biggest perk is finding a place to work at with a group of coworkers who are awesome and will become lifelong friends. It can be a very good thing.

  36. hopefully with a secret nuclear deterrent program that they didn’t tell any of us about, that will safely get rid of the missiles.

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