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15420
Dogs cannot get ‘autism’, British Veterinary Association warns after ‘anti-vaxx’ movement spread to pets
16563
Ballparks best employee
15048
Great execution! 10/10
11637
I was told I should share my eye with y'all. It is fake so I have not nerfed my real eye (kids don't try this at home). Lost it this past summer in a softball accident.
10335
Well this took a turn
17259
Choose your Fighter
26130
Indian guru sentenced to life for raping girl
19920
Study of long-term heterosexual couples finds women over-estimate and men underestimate their partner’s sexual advances
20622
I tried a new hobby, and it's lit
19012
This village is not artificial, it exists and it is called Shirakawa and it is from Japan.
10185
During Puerto Rico’s Blackout, Solar Microgrids Kept The Lights On: As the utility on the island continues to fail, new systems of renewables–installed after the storm–are showing what a more resilient grid could look like.
11473
Scumbag Ayn Rand
14755
John Lennon after the rooftop concert (1969)
8565
[Serious] What revenge of yours hit the victim way worse than you thought it would, to the point you said "maybe I shouldn't have done that"?
7661
Danish inventor Peter Madsen given life sentence for murdering journalist Kim Wall on his submarine
18121
Literally unplayable.
17197
The Elevator prank, one of the most wholesome prank on Youtube
13224
Teppanyaki Caramel Popcorn
5465
Ninja fends off man who tries to attack him with a machete
27400
Useless minimalism, stop that
11649
When r/prequelmemes is flooded with pewdiepie memes so you need to go on r/sequelmemes
12727
That pretty cool......holy crap
3966
American Cities Are Fighting Big Business Over Wireless Internet, and They’re Losing: “It’s often lost on the public just how badly they’re being screwed”
18476
YOU'RE PREGNANT AGAIN?!?!
7549
You saw nothing, right?
15740
When you realize it will be more confusing for PewDiePie fans with mismatched subtitle.
5516
Hollywood Reporter forgot to check the article
6991
TIL of Oliver Sipple, a veteran who saved Gerald Ford from being shot. Subsequently outed as gay, his family disowned him. He sued the media outlets that outed him to no avail. He developed schizophrenia and alcoholism. Found dead at 47, he never met Ford and his funeral was attended by 30 people
4898
PsBattle: This Dwarf Rabbit
12135
Negotiating Rule Four with the Mods
11145
Meow_irl
4066
A camel goes for a run
5149
Gave me that bad tingly feeling!
56736
We just outted our corrupt prime minister in Armenia with a 10 day peaceful revolution, 200K people on the streets of the capital Yerevan. He was president for 10 years then changed constitution and elected himself as PM 4 4 days. Next up parliament!
18686
Let me push this monkey into the water, WCGW?
7377
East Area Rapist/Original Night Stalker OFFICIALLY CAUGHT - everything we know so far
4605
I'm next, I can feel it, I have to get out of here.
8485
The moment that got me officially hooked
13029
Who want to squad up in Fortnite?
2507
Nasdaq is open to becoming cryptocurrency exchange, CEO says
4210 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.
4820 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
647 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?
404 HauschkasFoot Would these two guys need to be stashed in a decompression chamber for a while or what?
198 rosypineapple After reading this post title, I had to take a deep breath of beautiful oxygen.
55 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...
216 sirushi I did not read article, is the air still down there? I need 12 minutes of air for my scavenger hunt.