Lazy spoonerization and grimm's law m->l makes this one
For those who missed the title, 'PsychoLoft' seems apt now they are in the open source penthouse party mood.
29 posts • joined 25 Jun 2013
It won't work, market research analysts will just ignore your weird data, and use what they know is right to find another person, near enough like you, and double that person's weighting until you get bored and stop diverting, then they come back like night hags.
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Another article pointed out that for each 1m drop, the bird could glide 22m
Waves go up and down, the bird just has to sit on the water, wait for a 1m wave to lift it, then glide up to 22m to catch a fish on the surface, then wait for a wave to lift it for the next attack.
Sat on a wave, the bird may have looked like a wave, almost invisible to fish.
Just because it's big, doesn't mean it had to fly or glide large distances.
Dear Doge Support,
You have a superfluous apostrophe in "attacker's'"
Expected result: "We will also closely be investigating potential attack vectors, and determining the security breach which enabled the attackers to compromise the service."
Observed result: "We will also closely be investigating potential attack vectors, and determining the security breach which enabled the attacker's to compromise the service."
P.S. Punctuation is important. I prefer cats but doge is ok too.
Urine is 95% water
Therefore it is ~5% 'food'
Let food have an average calorific density of 3 calories per millilitre.
The average daily urination volume is 1500 ml.
5% of 1500 is 75. Multiplying by 3 gives us 225 calories in a day's urine.
That's roughly 10% of our dietary needs.
Saving 10% off our total energy bill related to getting food from field to stomach.
Which is massive compared to the amount of energy we can probably extract from waste urine using MFCs.
Two pieces of advice:
1. Drink urine
2. Never admit it
The author does not drink has own urine.
That's interesting. It's pretty much common knowledge nowadays that some cannabinoids may ameliorate core symptoms of autism spectrum disorders but not much talk of the use of amphetamines, perhaps with the exception of MDMA (See Danforth Research).
Which symptoms do you find are reduced by dexedrine? With Asperger's being social-sense related, are you able to tell if a drug can improve your social skills or do you have to get second-party corroboration? From whom?
Yes, and everyone who gives anyone else a cup of tea or coffee is a drug dealer, ditto a pint of beer or a cigarette. Also, all policemen and all human beings produce Class A drugs constantly in the form of DMT - produced naturally by the body.
The distinction between 'legal', 'illegal', and 'prescription' drugs is the problem here. Substances or objects cannot be 'illegal', it is people's acts pertaining to those substances or objects which are actually covered by laws.
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