elephant in the room is one of the greatest specials ever
That's what you get lady, for letting your son out here with killers
People keep referring to the "Predator Killer" suit at the end as an Iron Man suit. I've seen that exact description used a dozen times. Was it an actual, MCU, built-by-Tony Stark-Iron Man suit, or did it just look like one?
Its a gauntlet that attaches itself to a scientists arm and nanotech like "grows" over the entire scientists body to create an iron man predator suit that had something like 8 plasma casters and just as many predator targeting lasers and what looked like maybe some kind of jet rockets on the back (yes really).
The only thing it was missing was an arc reactor. Its such a shameless copy of Iron Man armor from Infinity War its fucking disgusting (not in a good way).
Thank you for the clarity! My goodness it is just so bad.
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This is the type of picture J Jonah Jameson would offer you $50 for, but give you $300.
That's outrageous! Done.
Now I'm in the limelight 'cause I rhyme tight
Time to get paid, blow up like the World Trade
I wish there was a way of telling when you're in the good ol'days before they're gone.
That wrecked me the first time I heard it. It was the summer after I graduated high school and what Andy said hit me deep because it was true for me -- all my friends except for a few were moving away, moving on, and I was lost, feeling like I got left behind. I realized how much I had taken my high school years for granted. One two three four, poof, gone.
What made it more meaningful was that I had grown up alongside The Office. I remember teachers and students both coming to class in sixth grade saying "That's what she said", and I didn't get it. I would watch episodes in 2010 that I remember glimpsing briefly while flipping through channels in 2006. The last episode with the old crew gathering in the office after hours and Pam answers the phone and Jim gets a distant look in his eyes was exactly how I felt about growing up. It was the same feeling as going back to my high school after graduation to pick up a few papers and it was vacated, just a janitor and another student and the secretary and a teacher picking up a few things.
I saw the quiet emptiness behind those memories that had always been completely solid.
I am so sorry, I dont know where this came from, I think I just had to get this out.
That line was the heaviest television moment ever for me.
It's a quote that I will actually remember and carry with me through life, something that I can rarely say about any quote
And against Benzino. "I'm pushing thirty, you kickin forty's door down."
But I'm not complaining, because The Sauce is probably one of my favorite Em songs of all time. It's fuckin filthy.
"Ray's got AKs to Dave Mays's head" was one of Em's sickest lines and deliveries of all time. Such an unknown song, too. It's peak pissed-off Eminem.
And Benzino (The Sauce)
"I'm pushing thirty you're kicking forty's door down"
This is something else
This is so dope. The reflection on the window is really well done. I hope you have 93 more.
I have a bunch of photos from the photoshoot that I may post as an album on here. One really cool photo he took had streetlamp lighting, so I might go out with a buddy who has an SLR and try to find a good dusk street photo to shop it in to.
I really want to see that streetlamp shot!
The Chloraseptic Remix he released not too long ago was just a taste of things to come.
"Revival's wack, I don't like the 'Zombie' track
And when he's talkin' that garbage psychotic crap
Where's your content at?
What's with all the conscious rap?
Pink, Beyonce this and Kehlani that"
I just add it to the fuel in my rocket pack
'Til I'm ready to respond, then I'ma launch it at 'em
Idiotic from the f***in' embryonic sac
To the body bag, I'll be back
And when I am, I'll be at your throat like
This isn't unique to missionaries, but a lot of "volontourism" involving volunteers who are often high school or university students and don't really have the skill set to be building houses/whatever tends to not really help the regions where they visit. It often involves a lot of shoddy work that has to be redone shortly afterwards, and sometimes things like mass clothing donations can actually hurt their economy by putting local craftspeople out of business.
I knew someone who studied abroad in an African nation that wasn't quite developed but also wasn't quite impoverished. They said that in one of the poorer villages, there was a wall that they would tell one missionary team to take down, and when the next missionary team came they told them to build it back up. Made them feel important.
Yeah i love discount TJ miller
Like a mix of Tom Segura and TJ Miller
This is in response to the AskReddit thread. It's a great question with great answers, but I'd love to see some Christian perspectives and insight.
Do you feel like those books provided concrete help that was useful later on, or did they only seem to be beneficial in the moment?
Sorry if that's an odd question, but I feel like in my life I've done many study books with accompanying guides (concerning other subjects) and the information never really changes my life. It enters one side of my head as good knowledge and agreeable facts then exits the other side and I barely remember it
I appreciate the continued response. Yes, I definitely don't put in as much as I'd like to get out. I need to change that.
The only thing I remember him referring to specifically was a certain zoom effect that was really shoddy apparently.
Better not be referring to the quick zoom on Simba's horrified face as the antelope charge him in the gorge. Because that was flawless and made me feel pre-adult terrors.
The PlayStation 2 startup sound
That was one of the reasons I asked the question. That, and the Humongous Entertainment startup screen.
Because my parents never were ones to jump into technology, I remember dial up well into the early 2000s. My mom had Juno email.
/r/NolanBatmanMemes because I came here lazily looking for a link
Your precious link, gratefully accepted. We will need it.
San Francisco realtor: $3,500 a month
I could post them, but I don't want to narrow down the location that much.
I can’t speak for the town (I’m a student), but we’re a pretty liberal campus, so not too many people were planning to vote for him. The college republican club were the ones trying to bring him here, but I don’t think this swayed their votes. They just got pissed at the school for not giving them the money for a helipad lol
Well, in their defense, if you don't have a big sports culture then that would be the most entertainment anyone has seen in decades.
This is a very minor thing but the actor who was in the middle of saying "sheeeeiiiit" was the guy who plays Clay Davis on The Wire and in that he is famous for saying this hilarious long drawn out sheeeiiiit so that was twice as funny for fans of The Wire.
Man I feel like I should've known that! That makes it better.
This may be odd, but the shadow on the ring is terrifying to me. Just the image of an unfathomably giant planet casting a shadow that is probably as large as my entire planet...I think it's because it makes me feel like the ant cell that I am. I got the same feeling during Interstellar when the shuttle is flying by Saturn, the same shadow cast beyond it, and everything around is pure, utter black.
I feel like there is a generation of strong political leaders leaving this country in our hands, and that worries me. I know there are plenty of strong leaders nowadays but still, my worry exists despite the logic against it.
RIP to a man I never knew, but whose legacy was so powerful I respected him.
Sorry if this is off topic, but I just don't get the whole valet thing. We just don't have this in the UK, or at least I've never seen it. I'd feel really uncomfortable about having someone else drive my car, whether it was a Tesla or a cheapo one. Is it even optional in America? Like if you get to some carpark and they have a valet, can you just say nah, and park it yourself, or do you have to let the valet do it for some reason?
I'm a valet in a small but busy city. Parking is very very sparse. I work at a valet-only hotel and during the week when we get people travelling for business there's no problem, because they don't pay for parking and don't have to make the reservations.
But on the weekends when we get regular citizens travelling with families...people feel exactly like you just described. They're not prepared to valet, and don't want to give up control of their vehicle, and frankly it stresses me out because I agree with them. The hotel does not advertise that it's valet only very well, and if you book through a third party website then there's zero chance of you gaining that knowledge.
But let's talk about why companies offer valet. Honestly it's a combination of "financial opportunity" (greed [we own the space and you don't and you'll have to pay to park here!]) and a sincere lack of space. The city does a great job of providing affordable garages -- and making them free on the weekends -- but they're not always close. Who wants to make several trips several blocks away for both checking in and checking out? Valet costs twice what garages do but it's convenient.
As for other properties where valet is optional, people choose it because of the luxury. Why are some people bothered by strangers driving their vehicle and other people aren't? I don't know. But my company valets at a high end hotel and we get plenty of wealthy valet customers each day. Admittedly it is worth the money. You don't have to walk to your car (say what you want about needing exercise or walking a block not being that bad, but it is nice to just stand there and have your car appear without taking a step), you can simply get out, give your name, take a ticket, and walk inside. Done. Valet worries and works for you.
Hopefully, along my meandering, I answered your question.
Yeah that's a very real problem we encounter. People actually think we're going to wreck their cars or get it in 6th gear after a block.
It's more living without any purpose or goal. Just that I know I want to accomplish something, but what that something is, I don't know. Add onto that a lack of motivation to do things, poor work ethic, and general laziness and it's basically just drifting through every day and making no progress towards anything.
Man I was too anxious and depressed for college, I'm battling health problems and too tired for a sustainable work week, living at home, right on the edge of comfort and consequence...I know what it's like. I don't mean to make this about me, I iust want you to know i get it. I'm there.