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2 points · 2 days ago

How are you able to get your camera onto a tarmac? That is, assuming you're on a tarmac...

Original Poster2 points · 2 days ago

This one was actually a cell phone shot. I can't carry anything really bigger than a cell phone while I work. I just happened to forget my point and shoot this morning. It was to good of a shot to pass up.

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2 points · 2 days ago

Holy cow this is great. Nice one.

7 points · 2 days ago

As /u/WildConsideration said, good timing. I took a few seconds to see where the buildings started and the tram stopped.

You forgot "do."

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8 points · 2 days ago

Or maybe he forgot "am"

Sibling in Christ, I was thinking of suicide but when I saw that, I felt something. Thank you.

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10 points · 4 days ago

Uh....are you good?

277 points · 11 days ago

Thanos would get so annoyed by Iron Fist he'd just give up and go away.

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155 points · 11 days ago

Like me with episode 1 of the series! Am I Thanos?

I liked Iron Fist. That is all.

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15 points · 11 days ago

Not a problem with that at all! I'm glad you did.

She looks angry. Are you sure she's your friend?

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Original Poster1 point · 16 days ago

I think that's more of a "Serious Smolder"

2 points · 16 days ago

Absolutely brilliant

7 points · 17 days ago

Reddit is so weird about upvotes.

"Screw you for not getting the joke, that's unforgivable, but we'll let you slide since you realized how wrong you were."

There is certainly no life after death

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Original Poster1 point · 17 days ago

There's no way to prove/disprove that, though. Even the most ardent believer/disbeliever in the afterlife cannot prove the existence.

But if someone were to tell me my opinions are wrong then that in of itself would be their opinion which I could say is wrong.

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Original Poster2 points · 17 days ago

Well, in this hypothetical situation, I'm positing that whoever/whatever is telling you you're wrong is undeniably, 100% factually correct.

20 points · 18 days ago

That line always gets me pumped when I hear it.

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12 points · 18 days ago

Especially with the way Strange steps forward and whips out a magic shield as he stands up for Earth. That was a great "It's about to get real" moment.

Is coffee underground still there? Do they still have jazz on the weekends in the summer? I moved away a long time ago but this picture brings back a ton of memories.

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3 points · 20 days ago

Coffee Underground is alive and well, but their event schedule is almost entirely improv comedy.

12 points · 20 days ago

I'm from Greenville. It's a little overrated. I'm in town right now but I've taken to living half the time in shenzhen to bring some balance to my life. Downtown Greenville is Disney world with a waterfall and tacos that cost $8 each. Tis a silly place. Main Street is overpriced but very nice. Just don't look beyond that one tourist trap of a road.

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3 points · 20 days ago

What? Where are you eating and shopping? Downtown Greenville is amazing. I can't force myself to think of a restaurant where tacos cost more than 3.50 each. Willy Taco, Cantina 76, Papi's, it's all good food and nowhere near $8 for a taco.

And yeah, I'm sure the boutiques and clothing shops are outrageous, but you have to be super rich to buy your every day wardrobe there, especially when the mall is less than 10 minutes away.

And I don't see how 7-8 blocks of superb local businesses constitute a tourist trap! The popcorn shop is probably the most overpriced place on the block. You don't have to eat at the high end white cloth restaurants, there's plenty of affordable and excellent dining options.

CiCi's Pizza

Which ironically was only good for pasta

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Original Poster1 point · 25 days ago

I'm honestly surprised. Their pizza is barely average, I can't believe their pasta would be much better. Which, I'm not saying it isn't, but it's surprising.

There used to be a place in my hometown that served amazing tamales. Turns out they were Alpo. 10/10 still miss.

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Original Poster2 points · 25 days ago

I tried Google but I got nothing. What's Alpo?

4 points · 27 days ago

I was surprised. Really, really surprised.

A lot of things have been said already, so I just want to say that I loved the musical theme for Lexi and the Marauders. That childlike worked.

-4 points · 27 days ago · edited 25 days ago

I think they're the very last lines exchanged between Han and Beckett. I only heard "I know" though, lol.


What's with the downvotes? Bad hearing is downvote worthy now?

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9 points · 27 days ago

Exchanged between Han and Lando on the desert planet near the end (Sorry I suck at remembering planet names)

2 points · 27 days ago

I have Crohn's Disease and started smoking in 2013. In 2016 i began having severe stomach cramps. After a few months, I stopped smoking. I can't believe this is actually a real thing. I went to the subreddit for Crohn's Disease and everyone there said smoking weed actually helped their inflammation.

This is intriguing to be reading about.

Just give me Jake Gyllenhaal

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Playing a never before seen villain: Jake Gyllenhaal

If they’re setting up a sinister six movie, do y‘all think they will bring in the other original members? I think we need a modern Doc Oc, a better interpretation of Electro, a great Kraven, the Hunter & a new Sand-Man.

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Mike Meyers as Doc Oc

1 point · 1 month ago · edited 1 month ago

strong enough for the day.

Behind her, a bristly pile of wet sticks and dead leaves that had turned leathery in the damp cool morning fog. There was the incessant chipping from the five fledgling eaglets and the one chick that could not -- would not -- jump. The eagle strained her neck to one side of the world, then the other. Sharp sunlight streamed through tree branches in thin spears and thick pillars, driving away the previous day's darkness.

The world was alive, and whatever was not alive was coming to life. A strong breeze rocked the tree and the nest that overlooked the brightening forest. The five flying eaglets had reduced their chirping to occasional murmurs, and now strode all about the nest looking for perhaps a forgotten scrap of worm or mouse or snake flesh; the sixth incapable chick continued to shriek.

Stepping to the very edge of the nest, the great brown eagle opened her wings and let her feathers be ruffled by the cool early wind and made a quick calculation for her descent then fell off. Immediately she corrected her plummet and glided with a pure silence over the thick green canopy below. An uncountable amount of skittering claws and flickering tails and chattering teeth came to her prey-honed ears -- she took in each distraction with precise measure and intense focus.

With no visible warning she swooped, squeezed a clueless grass rodent in her talons until she felt every single bone snap and every single organ gush, then pounded her wings in a powerful rush back up to the nest. Five eager mouths came forward, but the mother batted away her more worthy fledglings and dropped the nourishment at the foot of her weak, her scared, her most loved chick, whose time should have come, whose growth should have already happened, but whose life was only more sacred in her patient eyes.

To be given the first fresh food was to hope that maybe, today, this very morning, it would fly.

Cake day
July 19, 2013

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Four-Year Club

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