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March 24 2017

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Excellent NASA-Mission Patch
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March 23 2017

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March 22 2017

Are Millennials really that bad? Yes.
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March 21 2017

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NATO Standard Phonetic Alphabet,

The phonetic alphabet was developed as a way to spell things out over radio communications that may be less then ideal, I.E. a lot of static or weak signal. All the words were chosen because they have a distinct sound that is easy to pick out. Military and police communications use the phonetic alphabet heavily and can be helpful to know for talking over CB’s or FRS (walky talky) radios.

I’m sorry guys, i had to

I cannot fucking believe it is the yEAR 2017 GOD DAMMIT

The worst part is, I knew exactly what that was going to be before I read it

And I still read it

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--c3o on Twitter
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March 16 2017

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Marc-Uwe Kling - Die Känguru-Chroniken
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March 13 2017

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Ich packte es in diese Soup, weil es rassistische Kackscheiße ist.
Ne Team Stronach kenne ich nicht

March 12 2017

Flatland II: A New Series of Dramatically Skewed Photographic Landscapes by Aydin Büyüktas

Turkish digital artist and photographer Aydin Büyüktas continues his dizzying landscape series Flatland with this new collection of collages shot in various locations around the world. Each image requires around 18-20 aerial drone shots which are then stitched together digitally to form sweeping landscapes that curl upward without a visible horizon. As we’ve noted before, Büyüktas found inspiration in a century-old satirical novel titled Flatland about a two-dimensional world inhabited by geometric figures. You can see more from the series on his Facebook page.

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