The Great Hippo wrote:[T]he way we treat suspected terrorists genuinely terrifies me.
sillybear25 wrote:But it's NPH, so it's creepy in the best possible way.
Shivahn wrote:I'm in your abstractions, burning your notions of masculinity.
The EGE wrote:I'm fond of "Christmas Tree" (Ёлка). Very...strange Russian singer.
This one is probably my favorite.
Yakk wrote:The question the thought experiment I posted is aimed at answering: When falling in a black hole, do you see the entire universe's future history train-car into your ass, or not?
boviex wrote:Kizyr, I deliberately made a wide net; my tastes are somewhat eclectic. Just looking for international music preferably with a focus on vocal talent.
If that's too vague, then maybe something like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGHRcuPtURE
frezik wrote:Anti-photons move at the speed of dark
DemonDeluxe wrote:Paying to have laws written that allow you to do what you want, is a lot cheaper than paying off the judge every time you want to get away with something shady.
The Reaper wrote:I'm still fine with people having reactors, and still against them weaponizing the leftovers.
Walter Bishop wrote:Why would anyone kill a scientist? What have we ever done?
Mighty Jalapeno wrote:Tyndmyr wrote:Роберт wrote:Sure, but at least they hit the intended target that time.
Well, if you shoot enough people, you're bound to get the right one eventually.
Thats the best description of the USA ever.
Magnanimous wrote:(fuck the macrons)
Bhelliom wrote:Don't forget that the cat probably knows EXACTLY what it is doing is is most likely just screwing with you. You know, for CAT SCIENCE!
Marbas wrote:I'll usually jump from one strange thought to the next, such gems as: "I wonder if bears get depressed", "I think the sun is unnecessarily smug" and so on.
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