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35390
Something bumped against a wall at work and made a painting of a snowy town.
19656
The floor is completely flat
9476
Shout out to my brother for replacing a picture of Jesus at my parent's house with a picture of Obi-Wan Kenobi as portrayed by Ewan McGregor. Three months and counting without them noticing.
6887
Porn Stars Unite Against Men Leaving Disgusting Comments on Their Videos With No Contact Info
33805
TIL about a website called Boil the Frog - put in two artists of different genres and you'll get a Spotify playlist that gradually and seamlessly takes you from point A to point B.
18772
MRW being president makes me thirsty
68516
I stacked 50 photos to create an empty highway in Chicago
86345
This is "Frida", she has saved 52 people so far in Mexico's Earthquake
14438
TIL 550 motorcyclists participated in a ride to protest New York State's mandatory helmet law. During the ride, One of the rider's breaks failed and was sent over the handlebars and hit his head on the pavement, killing him. Medical experts said he would have survived if he had worn his helmet.
6456
Grandma overshares
9373
Firenado ??
7132
Which movie was really just a giant advertisement?
13431
Disney had to pay Paramount seven figures to allow JJ Abrams to direct Star Wars Episode IX, to compensate them for getting out of the $10 million/year deal he's under with that studio.
3035
LPT: If you want to read more, but find yourself watching tv instead: before you turn on the tv, read one page of your book. If you really don't want to read, don't, but more often than not you'll find yourself reading.
80481
It's 2017, any place that charges a convenience fee to pay bills online is just an asshole.
56541
She asked him to use a real technique on her.
15783
treasured
3911
Boats on a river during the Central Mexico earthquake
4915
Peter knew that anything could be an instrument if he believed it enough
20281
Spaceships are just boats out of water
11901
I am not lost, just visiting (x-post from /r/tumblr)
3147
Google signs agreement with HTC, continuing big bet on hardware
11103
ULPT - If you are ever shopping in a supermarket and a kid bites you, be load and swear a lot, if the parent comes over to you angry for upsetting their kid, claim that he bit you and that you are HIV positive. This will traumatise the parent and make them be more responsible with their kid.
7541
Hippy Jump.
5719
For weeks, Equifax customer service has been directing victims to a fake phishing site
10536
"If you insist"
3685
This car collects water on the trunk lid and dumps it all into the trunk when opened
54253
The year Rockstar discovered microtransactions (repost from like a year ago, still relevant)
8560
I pray for Danny DeVito
26934
Stop resisting!
16177
She is Frida, she has located 52 trapped persons in Mexico City after yesterday's earthquake.
5167
When a programmer and designer meet on tinder
6286
This was my spot!
1679
David Attenborough's - Natural History Museum Alive (2017), 90 minute spectacular, with its ground-breaking CGI technology, is a special collaboration of experts and curators from the Natural History Museum.
2054
Amazing picture that captures first responders work in Mexico City
7336
I hope Fast & Furious 10 is called "Fast 10: Your Seatbelts "
4312
Fantasy Book Cover Starter Pack
2099
CONGRATULATIONS
10861
I know what I'd pick
25982
In The Matrix, water on windows foreshadowed code
4208 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"
378 Hippy10000 I can't wait for the movie
649 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?
401 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.
54 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.
168 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.