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    frenchcurious:

Fiat X1/9 - Bertone  - L’automobile juin 1973 

    frenchcurious:

    Fiat X1/9 - Bertone  - L’automobile juin 1973 

    If you tweet anything hateful, racist, etc, you’re fined $25 and suspended from Twitter for one day. Upon suspension, an automatic tweet is sent to your followers announcing your suspension, which of course can be retweeted to achieve full shaming effect. If you’re stupid enough to have a second offense, that’s $100 and a one-week suspension from being able to tweet. For the real a-holes who just can’t learn a lesson, a third offense results in a lifetime ban from Twitter, and every possible piece of information — IP address, email, name, etc. is monitored by Twitter to prevent you from signing up again with another name.
    It’s Time to Start Fining Internet Trolls | Seamus Condron | PCMag.com lol r u for real tho (via stryker)

    guillemserna:

    Beach rides

    
Favorite Villains (2/?) GLaDOS

    Favorite Villains (2/?) GLaDOS

    circuitbird:

Cut my finger on a takeout container, realized my band aid matches my pajamas and that I am a joke

    circuitbird:

    Cut my finger on a takeout container, realized my band aid matches my pajamas and that I am a joke

    thebreadgod:

    Finding a typo in a book

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    fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Ice Cube owns the gold Chevrolet Impala that his character drove in the movie.
Boyz n the Hood (1991)

    fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

    Ice Cube owns the gold Chevrolet Impala that his character drove in the movie.

    Boyz n the Hood (1991)

    txchnologist:

    Physicists Manipulate Waves To Make Tractor Beam

    Scientists studying how floating particles move on the surface of water have come up with a way to pull them in, push them away or make them stay still. They can now precisely control objects by generating waves with specified frequency and amplitude.

    The work by Australian National University researchers might find use in cleaning up oil spills. It could also lead to a better understanding of how moving water develops into rip currents.

    "We have figured out a way of creating waves that can force a floating object to move against the direction of the wave," said physicist Horst Punzmann, who led the research. "No one could have guessed this result."

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