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Wed Mar 08 01:50:25 PM EST 2023

After many years I finally decided to watch Bio-Dome and I just want to say that it definitely holds up after all these years! What really stood out was the amazing directing by Jason Bloom, spot-on acting decisions by some of the legendary cast including Stephen Baldwin, Roger Clinton, and Pauly Shore. The story makes a grand arc with clever plot twists and a satisfying classic finish, back at the start never to be the same. If you're a fan of Forrest Gump, or The Shawshank Redemption, or any comedy-drama films in general, I cannot recommend this movie enough.

- Anonymous


Wed Mar 08 12:50:50 PM EST 2023

Kanyakumari, just over ninety kilometres from my home and this is my first time visiting it. Also, it is the only place on earth, where you can see the sunrise and sunset from the ocean.

- Anonymouseeeee


Wed Mar 08 12:29:06 PM EST 2023

After many years I finally decided to watch [insanely popular, well-reviewed film] and I just want to say that it definitely holds up after all these years! What really stood out was the amazing directing by [Academy Award Winning Director] spot-on acting decisions by some of the legendary cast including [Academy Award Winner], [r/Movies fan favorite], and [actor identified as "underrated"]. The story makes a grand arc with clever plot twists and a satisfying classic finish, back at the start never to be the same. If you're a fan of [Top 10 IMDB Film], or [Other Top 10 IMDB Film], or any [insert genre] films in general, I cannot recommend this movie enough.

- Anon


Wed Mar 01 06:43:21 PM EST 2023

"LOOL NOW U WILL NEVER KNOW WHAT WAS HERE 🤪" After finishing his edit, he begins laughing heartily as he saves the changes to his previously tolerable comment. His chuckling comes to a steady end as he fully relaxes on his chair, closing his eyes. Suddenly, his eyes shoot open and his face violently straightens. He stands up, and fully extends his arms straight and outwards to his sides. His body begins slowly levitating upwards, seemingly breaking the very fundamental rules of reality itself. As he goes against all logic and reason with his vehement hovering, his eyelids drop and rise up again to reveal godly lights beaming from his eye sockets. A disembodied heavenly choir resonates from the abruptly omniscient man. A deific shock wave is fiercely expelled from his body, leveling his house and the surrounding neighborly architecture unworthy of his divine presence. Screams are heard from all directions, from both his family, neighbors, and bystanders walking by. Before continuing his ascent, his lips part to deliver one final message to the mere mortals surrounding him. "I HAVE ACHIEVED, MAXIMUM, COMEDIC, PERFORMANCE." He looks up, and with one swift movement, launches to the heavens, to properly acquire his ownership of the universe itself.

- Anonymous


Wed Mar 01 06:41:49 PM EST 2023

Number 15, Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you'd want in your burger king burger is someone's foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce with the statement: "this is the lettuce you eat at burger king" admittedly, he had shoes on, but that's even worse. The post went live at 11:38 pm on july 16th. And a mere 20 minutes later, the burger king in question was alerted to the rouge employee. At least, I hope he's rouge. How did it happen? well, the BK employee had it removed the exif data from the uploaded photo which suggested the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights Ohio. This was at 11:47. Three minutes later at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted with wishes of happy unemployment. Five minutes later the news station was contacted by another 4chaner and three minutes later at 11:58, a link was posted. BK's "tell us about us" online form, the foot photo, otherwise known as Exhibit A was attached. Cleveland scene magazine contacted the BK in question. The next day, when questioned, the breakfast shift manager said: "Oh I know who that is. He's getting fired." Mystery solved by 4chan. Now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.

- Anonymous


Sun Feb 19 09:19:49 PM EST 2023

The best designs, are timeless. The Wheel, Lightbulb, Sliced bread. This weapon, ranks among them. The M1911 is an American Semi-Automatic Pistol, whose use spans over a Century. So what set this weapon apart, from early Semi-Automatic designs? How has it influenced later Pistols? And how on earth, does a War-time design, remain so popular? Around the turn of the 20th Century, the earliest Self-Loading Pistol designs appeared. Inspired by Maxim's Machinegun, weapons like the Borchardt C-93, and Mauser C96 attempted to scale down a Repeating Mechanism, into a hand-held package. The first American to do the same, was John Moses Browning. A legendary Arms designer, credited with many Firsts. Amongst them was the First production Handgun with a Slide, the FN M1900. His Semi-Automatic Pistol designs saw iterative improvements, over the next Decade. Culminating in one, manufactured by colt, and subject to Trial by the U.S. Army. 6 Designs were submitted, but only 2 were in major contention. a Savage Arms design, providing a Rival to Browning's. Over an Endurance Test of 6000 Rounds, the Savage had 37 Malfunctions. The Colt, had none. It's superlative led to it's official Adoption in 1911. As the M1911. One of the Weapon's defining traits, is it's Caliber. .45 Automatic Colt Pistol. The Rimless Straight-Walled Cartridge, is designed for 2 things. Reliable Self-Loading Operation, and Stopping Power. The U.S. Military's earlier experience, with .38 Long Colt Revolvers, had led to one Conclusion, for any future Sidearm. Nothing less than a .45 would do. Browning's design has been.. Particularly Influential. Many modern Pistols follow its' form, and mode of operation. It does lack some Modern Conveniences, it is Single Action only, meaning that the hammer MUST be cocked for the first shot. Either manually, or by racking the Slide. However, an Uncomplicated design, does have some Perks. A crisp Trigger, and reliable function. its' Short Recoil Operation, is equally elegant.

- Anonymous


Thu Feb 02 12:14:45 PM EST 2023

single family zoning with minimum parking requirements for car centered housing is a good idea. i love having a personal vehicle. its worth a 30 minute drive to the nearest grocery chain. my work commute is over an hour but atleast i dont have to ride a bus. its worth it

- Anonymous


Thu Feb 02 12:03:31 PM EST 2023

My Grandfather smoked his whole life. I was about 10 years old when my mother said to him, 'If you ever want to see your grandchildren graduate, you have to stop immediately.'. Tears welled up in his eyes when he realized what exactly was at stake. He gave it up immediately. Three years later he died of lung cancer. It was really sad and destroyed me. My mother said to me- 'Don't ever smoke. Please don't put your family through what your Grandfather put us through." I agreed. At 28, I have never touched a cigarette. I must say, I feel a very slight sense of regret for never having done it, because your post gave me cancer anyway.

- Anonymous


Tue Jan 31 04:33:42 PM EST 2023

I assume that all opinions expressed are that of your employer even if you claim that they're 'yours' and I also subsequently report all opinions to said employers (along with receipts, screenshots, etc) in the hopes that they will specifically terminate your employment. Once you've been let go I'll extend an olive branch: I'll tell you that I can cover your rent and expenses if you agree to let me move in with you. From there I will slowly begin to assume your identity and take over your life. I'll sleep with your wife (as you). I'll brush my teeth with your toothbrush. Soon you'll begin to question your entire empty existence as someone who identifies with their place of employment. You'll develop a bad drinking problem and eventually just disappear one day. Years later your family will find out you were injured and killed in a bar fight somewhere in rural Utah. By then we will have all moved on. You'll just be former employee of that one company with the bad opinions.

- Anonymous


Tue Jan 31 02:46:53 PM EST 2023

TAS is a dirty rotten cheater. I have seen some of TAS's so called "speedruns", and it is obvious he is cheating. He does things that are not humanly possible, and sometimes are not even physically possible on the controllers the games he plays are played on. Plus, as we learned from the Dream incident, RNG in video games can be tampered with to cheat speedruns, and the luck that this TAS guy gets is totally unrealistic. Cheating in speedrunning is not victimless. As cheaters prosper, legitimate runners are left in their dust, unable to compete because their honesty means they don't perform as well. If TAS has any respect for the speedrunning community, he will admit he cheated and quit speedrunning for good.

- Anonymous