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More than a Million Pro-Repeal Net Neutrality Comments were Likely Faked
17802
Pathetic
8898
This typo for N in my nephew’s alphabet board book. The editor had only 26 words to review... and somehow this was missed.
7508
Updated Libertarians.jpg
38253
This is one man in a costume
21078
He knows he's about to get told off..
6465
[Homemade] Loaves of bread
34773
TIL that the line in Thor: Ragnarok ("We know each other! He's a friend from work!") was actually suggested by a young Make-a-Wish visitor to the movie’s set.
5449
My dad sneaks out of the house every year at the same time for my parents’ first date anniversary. He puts on his old high school letter jacket, rings the doorbell, and asks, “Is Kris home?” only to ask her if she’ll go out with him, reenacting that first moment 44 years ago.
6825
"Don't be mad"
9065
States with a smaller population than Los Angeles County [960 x 606]
6667
Battle of Wallmart
14887
Affidavit: Colorado Springs pastor impregnated 14-year-old girl, she had his child
7936
Delightful little cafe garden
33047
First Republican lawmaker to publicly oppose the FCC’s radical net neutrality repeal
104689
I had to babysit my daughters kitten and she requested proof that he was okay so I sent her this
4622
Reddit shill explains how they're paid to manipulate online discussion
25704
Johnny Cash smoking a cigarette before performing at Folsom Prison. 1968.
10458
In Speed, Howard Payne, played by Dennis Hopper, always uses the phone by holding it to his left ear with his right hand. This is very probably due to hearing loss in his right ear caused by the same accident that cost him his left thumb.
9304
What’s the best rant by a character in a movie?
103427
I did a thing at AT&T
8042
hmmm
1624
How I Wrote My Master's Thesis [OC]
4403
Is something there?
7404
"Cat? What cat? I haven't seen any cat ??"
29531
Tommy Wiseau submitted ‘The Room’ to Paramount with the hope of getting it distributed. Usually it takes a studio roughly two weeks to reply, but the film was rejected within 24 hours.
12709
Oh it’s beautiful
4678
This is the official Justice League promotional Batman action figure sent to theatres to give to customers.
68349
Trump’s name appears in Panama Papers for the first time
5161
Good Guy steam
2862
hullo there
17792
Spider drinks graphene, spins web that can hold the weight of a human
18761
7' Tall Krampus Christmas Display
4721
TIFU by going Black Friday shopping
23196
Primitive Technology: New area starting from scratch
4655
The Jedi Who Knew Too Much by Eli Hyder
2909
Erlich you will be missed
9028
[MAIN SPOILERS] How Daenerys would look like riding Balerion the Black Dread
7589
87 hours of awesome songs from all genres and times.
11685
Doctor: Well, it looks like you're pregnant.
4216 R3ptar1337 "Shortly after 9 A.M., with the submersible about to be lifted out of the water with a towline back onto the ship, a water alarm sounded in the aft sphere, a self-contained part of the submersible containing machinery and oil storage. The towline had apparently fouled on the aft sphere hatch and wrenched it open. With the sound of water entering the aft compartment, Pisces III became inverted and began to sink back to the seabed. The aft sphere was now fully flooded. The additional weight of water now added over a tonne of extra weight to the submersible.[2][5][12] At 175 ft (53 m) the submersible jolted to a stop - held at the maximum length of the nylon towline. The crew now swung about in the sea currents until the rope snapped. The pilots immediately closed down all the electrical systems which instantly plunged the sub in total blackness. They also managed to release a 400 lb (181 kg) lead ballast weight as they descended. They both now readied themselves for the impact on the sea floor which occurred at 9:30 A.M at a speed judged later to be at 40 mph (64 km/h)." Well that sounds terrifying.
4816 One_Hot_Minute "Well, we're down to 12 minutes of air" *"It will be 24 minutes soon"* "What was that?" "Nothing, nothing"
379 Hippy10000 I can't wait for the movie
646 The_Write_Stuff So, the CURV-III is still down there? Be interesting to recover it, just as a piece of history. A 70s vintage ROV that was instrumental in saving two people would make an awesome addition to a maritime museum. 1,600 feet is not that deep by modern ROV standards. I smell a training exercise. Edit: Apparently not, though the first article says it was abandoned during the rescue operation. It was used again in 1976. Now was that the same vehicle or was CURV-III a class of ROVs?
397 HauschkasFoot Would these two guys need to be stashed in a decompression chamber for a while or what?
199 rosypineapple After reading this post title, I had to take a deep breath of beautiful oxygen.
52 finnknit > [The submersible] sank to the bottom of the ocean with ... 72 hours of available life support, which they were able to extend to 76 hours by careful conservation. So really, they should have run out of air 4 hours sooner than they did. Amazing that they managed to extend their air supply as much as they did.
170 epicbenny99 And now they're making a movie of being trapped in a 12 ft swimming pool...
218 sirushi I did not read article, is the air still down there? I need 12 minutes of air for my scavenger hunt.