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Maybe not that crazy.... For the gravestones they should use saplings instead.. Borderline Genius Ideas Let' s make a driving range, but for skipping stones. m,

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User avatar #2 - randomserb
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Nobody would pay for it.
Too expensive to produce.
Just what.
Not bad.
Absolutely ridiculous.
What the ****.
Absolutely ridiculous.
Absolutely ridiculous.
Not awful, though the idea of roots eating up your coffin isn't very pleasant.
Too difficult to execute.
Yes.
Uneventful.
What.
What.
Hassle.
#94 to #2 - preventerfire
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What's the point of coffins again?

And the QR code thing is already a thing: madebynathan.com/2013/07/10/raspberry-pi-powered-microwave/
#138 to #2 - anon id: 07fb3c41
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nobody gives a **** about your opinion!
#288 to #2 - anon id: 54c88ff7
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Well, someone wouldn't have very long twitter posts...

(it's you)
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#293 to #2 - newtamalego
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User avatar #335 to #293 - basicargentinian
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yeah, close mindedness isn't a synonim of low IQ (another reason why the tweet thing wouldn't work). Orson Scott Card is a close minded homophobe who actively preaches against gays yet Ender's Game is a goddamn masterpiece.
User avatar #340 to #335 - randomserb
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I wouldn't consider my comment closed-minded. Most of the stuff in the content is just a fair bit silly.
User avatar #341 to #340 - basicargentinian
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we'll I respect your opinion, but you were a bit of a cunt. Maybe you weren't close minded rather than extremely negative.
User avatar #337 to #335 - newtamalego
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ah, yes I apologize for being so quick to judge.

I'll delete my comment
User avatar #327 to #293 - randomserb
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Because IQ is determined from an opinionated post regarding stupid ideas.
User avatar #338 to #327 - newtamalego
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ah, yes I apologize for being so quick to judge.

I'll delete my comment
User avatar #350 to #2 - masdercheef
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************, what do you think happens to coffins? They just sit there in the ground for all eternity? Eventually that **** is going to be put back into the cycle- and if it ain't roots then it's probably going to be worms. I think I'd rather take the roots.
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#164 to #2 - Rvalldrgg
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People are already being cremated, put into a can with a seed and help fertilize trees. It's not too difficult to execute, just die. Also get cremated and stuffed in the tube
User avatar #202 to #2 - basicargentinian
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Skipping stones is about finding the right rock and throwing it at the right time (skiping range)
Iron man had a $200mil budget, Pain & Gain had $26mil, there is money. (movie)
Actors doing roles that are oposite their usual roles (morgan n' eminem)
loving the "redhead radio" idea (porndora)
It wouldn't work, there are better methods, like not having a 2 party sistem. (election)
why? I don't see the point of such a band (tranny k-pop band)
Great idea. (olimpics)
I don't like drinking booze off of a straw. (capri booze)
Yes. (cementery)
Nah, just print a recomended time and temp setting (microwave)
oh god the lelz. (harrasing weathermen)
I don't watch that kind of shows, I can't really say anything (accounting reality tv)
It's porn, the answer is 90% of the time either yes or more plz. (truman porn)
Bit Hitlerish don't you think? (twiter)
Stop being lazy. (shopping cart)
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User avatar #336 to #321 - basicargentinian
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You've got 20 hours slick, and If you fail I'm having none it, you'll lose all your internets and be forced to surrender your router.
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User avatar #363 to #359 - basicargentinian
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Oh god I always said some movies came in pairs or trips, thanks for this, I feel slightly less crazy.

also, gj finding the source.
#175 to #2 - fishpiee
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Yes   
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Nah, that's a bit ****.   
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These are all pretty funny tbh. I'd love to see any of those happen, with the exception of the Twitter one.   
   
 Pic unrelated, I just love Communuty!
Yes
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Nah, that's a bit ****.
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These are all pretty funny tbh. I'd love to see any of those happen, with the exception of the Twitter one.

Pic unrelated, I just love Communuty!
User avatar #31 to #2 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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"the idea of roots eating up your coffin isn't very pleasant"
Good thing I'll be too busy being dead
User avatar #375 to #31 - theincrediblemrk
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My only problem would be the lack of names, meaning I'd be forgotten.
User avatar #23 to #2 - drachma
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because I'm going to scroll up and down twenty times to see what your answers line up with.
User avatar #250 to #23 - theronj
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i did...
User avatar #71 to #23 - randomserb
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Feel free not to.
#194 to #71 - perfectlyawful
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done
User avatar #16 - snood
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yeah that tweet one is kind of rude, to say that you have more of a right to opinion cuz you were biologically born with more brainpower, i mean that's discrimination. otherwise a funny list, the microwave one is a good idea.
#144 to #16 - pandie
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It´s good that smart people like you and I defend the less gifted.
Smart people like you and I.
Like you and I.
You and I.
User avatar #190 to #16 - garymotherfingoak
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IQ isn't solely based on genetics.
#27 to #16 - kompleteciller
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unless you have disablitiy like autism, down syndrome or you could even argue dilecsy it makes since because your not born with brain power thats like saying some babys are born with bigger bisepts so they become better athletes.
#35 to #27 - conduffchill
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no its not because iq cant be trained like muscles can
#38 to #35 - kompleteciller
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yes they can its called learning you dip ****
yes they can its called learning you dip ****
#299 to #38 - anon id: b1799773
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both of you are wrong
both of you are wrong
#39 to #38 - conduffchill
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iq is not your intelligence, it's simply a measure of your potential intellect. You'll never be smarter than you are once your brain finishes developing, but you can become more intelligent, if that makes sense.
#117 to #39 - anon id: 79c889a0
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IQ tests assess your pattern recognition, logic and reasoning skills. All of these can be trained to increase your score. This is why after you've done a couple of IQ tests the results get even more inaccurate than they were to begin with - it's not uncommon to increase by more than 10 points just from doing similar questions a lot.

The IQ system as a whole is pretty awful though. At best it's 'pretty accurate' as long as you're white, male, educated in the West and between the ages of 18 and 30. Anywhere outside this spec and it starts to deviate in accuracy more and more. Even within that spec the result can shift depending on so many variables you can only ever put people in large brackets - mostly just to see if they have a learning disorder.
User avatar #40 to #39 - kompleteciller
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no it does not intelligents = how smart you are
#86 to #40 - fourtitwo
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Just to make some things clear, IQ is a measure of raw brainpower. You can still train your brain, so IQ doesn't inherently make you smart.
Also, some people are smarter than others. From birth. Deal with it.
#114 to #16 - timguitar
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Just tweet more than once. Not a big deal.
#123 to #16 - anon id: b335afa6
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You havent been in twitter long enough if you dont think this would be something positive
#137 to #16 - anon id: 07fb3c41
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and we found the idiot wich wouldnt be able to post more than 70 characters.
User avatar #19 to #16 - lean
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Too bad there are only about 10 people on twitter who would be able to write more than 65 characters.
User avatar #28 to #19 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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IQ is not equivalent to intelligence.
User avatar #33 to #28 - lean
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Intelligence. Quotient.
I know what your saying but there is no exact test that completely encompasses all aspects of mental function. Besides, it was fairly easy to understand that I was attempting a joke.
User avatar #34 to #33 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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On a side note, have you seen Alien 3? There was a guy there whose nickname was "85". Can you guess why?
User avatar #45 to #34 - lean
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I would guess that snood is right. But no, i have not seen Alien 3
User avatar #43 to #34 - snood
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that's funny, one standard deviation below the mean of IQ right?
User avatar #46 to #43 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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yes
#21 - MrLewis
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that none of the above option on votes has to be the dumbest thing i've heard in a while.

The voting process is on a scheduled time line. If we need to select new candidates, fund new campaigns, and rewrite the basis of all the former candidates because the people cant make a decision, that could easily double the time that some one could stay in office (who we are trying to get rid of in the first place) or, even worse in my opinion, leave us with no one in that position allowing people like the ass hats in congress to do what ever the **** they feel like. It only sounds good on paper.
#42 to #21 - yuukoku
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Exactly. What if they go through three or four batches of candidates? Everybody wasted millions of dollars and now there has to be another round of politicians that will waste all their money and their supporter's money for nearly an entire year or more campaigning. Meanwhile, this can be used as a tactic for any incumbent president or whatever elected official is incumbent at the time to stay in office for that much longer.
Exactly. What if they go through three or four batches of candidates? Everybody wasted millions of dollars and now there has to be another round of politicians that will waste all their money and their supporter's money for nearly an entire year or more campaigning. Meanwhile, this can be used as a tactic for any incumbent president or whatever elected official is incumbent at the time to stay in office for that much longer.
#49 to #42 - MrLewis
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i just had a government class on all election processes. it feels so good to use stuff you learn for once.
#50 to #49 - yuukoku
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I know that feel. I'm in AP Government and I feel like a god on this topic.
#69 to #50 - facepalmftw
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You guys do know what it means to abstain from a vote, right?
User avatar #79 to #69 - thebaseballexpert
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As long as ONE single person votes, while the other 99.99999% abstain, the ONE person who voted chooses the fate of the country
#346 to #79 - facepalmftw
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No, there actually has to be a majority to decide. If a minority of people vote, and the rest are counted as 'no votes' then there is no winner.
User avatar #349 to #346 - thebaseballexpert
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ok, let me rephrase that. As long as one person in each state votes. Each state has a majority vote, albeit it a 1-0 vote instead of a 234,413-119,937 vote, but a majority of the votes nonetheless. And in the US system, it is possible to win 51% of the electoral vote, and only have 26% of the popular vote (in a system where all 300 million citizens voted)
#351 to #349 - facepalmftw
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Voters can still cast a blank vote which counts as a vote, but not for a candidate.
User avatar #352 to #351 - thebaseballexpert
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Huh. And here I thought it just counted as a blank. Thanks you for learning me someting today
#353 to #352 - facepalmftw
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You can abstain (not cast a vote), or you can cast a blank, or "scratch" vote (vote for a minority party, write-in, or 'none of the above'). Consider yourself teached.
User avatar #343 to #79 - yuukoku
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The man who would be God.
User avatar #203 to #21 - basicargentinian
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I agree. What the US needs is to drop the two party sistem and implemente a new voting process where you grade candidates from most to least.

At first all the votes go to the one you put in the first position. The candidate with the least votes is dropped. The votes of the people who put him first are changed to who they put in second place. This process is repeated untill you have one final candidate.
#227 to #21 - bigfoote
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Agreed, the re-election idea won't work, but the idea of a "none of the above" category sounds good.
In elections one can tick that box rather than reluctantly choosing their candidate. Also if there is a "none of the above" box then it would be interesting to see how many would vote for it... correct me if i'm wrong but doesn't the state of Nevada have a "none of the above box"?
User avatar #269 to #21 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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A much better idea would be to lower the minimum vote percentage required to get the selected party's representative into the debates.
User avatar #312 to #21 - nustix
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I guess I can't disagree with you, but where I live elections work really different, there's a **** ton of parties (we have a Pirate party) and you can vote for whichever one you like. Rather than looking at regions each party should get a minimum amount of votes to get a seat in the parlement currently about 6% of the total amount of votes. In my honest opinion this is way more fair. This way smaller parties do get a chance.
#41 to #21 - Skrufymunky
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I want to hug you. That and the twitter thing were the two that really bothered me. (Snood explains why in perfect words for the twitter one)
User avatar #48 to #41 - yuukoku
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The Twitter one was implying that "dumb people" should have their freedom of speech revoked or constrained, which would be legal if Twitter followed through with it because it's their site, but it's essentially wrong and against people's natural rights. Besides, IQ is just a test. There are people with a low IQ who have more meaningful things to say than some number-cruncher or textbook jockey with no soul.

The CapriSun one can be easily circumvented by just putting straws in a bunch of them before you start drinking.

What pissed me off was the Olympics one and the Orchard one. Nobody wants to see some regular idiot go to the Olympics for being normal. People train for their entire lives for that opportunity. Hell, I wanted to go to the Olympics when I was younger. Besides, everybody's different and every variable counts. The fact that he's at the Olympics could make his times vary because of nervousness or something.

You don't plant trees all over graves for lots and lots of good reasons. What if the police need to dig up the body to confirm some kind of evidence or something? The roots would someday tangle and dominate the whole area, turning a place that was meant to be sacred to some people a ******* forest that nobody can navigate. What if grandpa wants to visit grandma, but he can't go because he's not in the shape to navigate a ******* forest. Besides any practical points, it's just not traditional and it would make people feel uneasy knowing that their bodies would be intertwined with the roots of a tree just so that people can feel better about the way an area looks.
#56 to #48 - MrLewis
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WHILE WE'RE AT IT

No one wants to see Morgan Freeman as the stupid/energetic one. He's always the smart/ cool-collected type.
#61 to #56 - yuukoku
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Yes. He's not young at all, either. There's no way he could pull off that kind of role even if he tried. Denzel Washington could pull it off, but not Morgan Freeman.    
   
The only thing that seems relatively smart is the one about two movies from different perspectives. There are entire movies and book about the ambiguity of good and evil relative to perspective. If a movie took that literally and made a protagonist of both opposing forces in a story, I'd be glad that they're not taking a **** on old ideas or stories that were actually good  (like that "Cat in the Hat" movie with Mike Meyers or how they're trying to remake "It's a Wonderful Life" seriously, **** the entertainment industry for not being more creative. Maybe it started going downhill when they stopped taking drugs and drinking...) .
Yes. He's not young at all, either. There's no way he could pull off that kind of role even if he tried. Denzel Washington could pull it off, but not Morgan Freeman.

The only thing that seems relatively smart is the one about two movies from different perspectives. There are entire movies and book about the ambiguity of good and evil relative to perspective. If a movie took that literally and made a protagonist of both opposing forces in a story, I'd be glad that they're not taking a **** on old ideas or stories that were actually good (like that "Cat in the Hat" movie with Mike Meyers or how they're trying to remake "It's a Wonderful Life" seriously, **** the entertainment industry for not being more creative. Maybe it started going downhill when they stopped taking drugs and drinking...) .
User avatar #47 to #21 - hawaiianhappysauce
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Also since negative ads are prevalent in elections, this will happen too often.
#223 - NIMDAEHTMAI
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>One Erection
#224 to #223 - riddari
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top lel
top lel
#264 to #224 - seras
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Oh, god, what happened to Azunyan?
Oh, god, what happened to Azunyan?
#281 to #264 - riddari
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Internet hate machine happened.
#256 to #223 - taintedangel
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Well played, sir.
Well played, sir.
#283 to #223 - merkmuds
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*clap clap clap*
#10 - selfrazedzealot
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rent skipping stones? because im gonna get hem back to you...t
User avatar #115 to #10 - redtheninja
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At a driving range, you don't go and fish the golf balls out yourself?
#234 to #115 - selfrazedzealot
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no i would not
User avatar #360 to #234 - redtheninja
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That's the same as renting skipping stones.
#364 to #360 - selfrazedzealot
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i dont rent golfballs i buy them
User avatar #369 to #364 - redtheninja
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Then you clearly don't understand the point of a DRIVING RANGE.
#370 to #369 - selfrazedzealot
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at a driving range someone else gets them for you, at a golf course i can leave my damn balls in the water, if i rent rocks then maybe the people at the lake can go fish em out like a ball guy at a driving range but i just don't give a **** anymore.
User avatar #371 to #370 - redtheninja
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The entire thing here was about a driving range.
Not a golf course.
#372 to #371 - selfrazedzealot
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of course, that must explain why my last comment had nothing to do with a driving range...
User avatar #373 to #372 - redtheninja
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Are you an actual moron?
The content was about a driving range for skipping stones.
You started going on about a golf course.
#374 to #373 - selfrazedzealot
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holy ****, lets go over all your comments in order
-i don't fissh for my golf balls
-it is not the same because the content said "rent" thats what the JOKE was based off of
-the goddamn ************* point of a driving range is not to fish out my goddamn balls
-my comment that included a golf course was %66.6 repeated, about a driving range.
-im not an actual moron, nor a fake one. i clearly show understanding of what the content was about but you felt the need to point it out again so thanks... and as stated before i was technically, statistically and factually NOT going on about a golf course
User avatar #20 - allamericandude
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2 problems I noticed:

1) While I'm all for free-market entrepreneurship, making a business out of stone skipping is a terrible idea. It completely misses the point of stone skipping. Finding a good rock is part of the game.

2) Planting trees all over a cemetery would make it hard to bury more people as the roots would get in the way.
User avatar #51 to #20 - obsidicus
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also with the cemetery one, you would never be able to find your relative's grave again. Who knows where your parent's are buried because every tree looks the same. Also no one would know any of the times or dates that the person was alive unless they were written down somewhere else.
User avatar #228 to #51 - wtfduud
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Write down the details and name and position of the trees. Then etch them into the tree after it's big enough (if you survive that long).
User avatar #37 to #20 - fingernails
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2. Didn't he say orchids?
User avatar #271 to #37 - mutantpanda
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Orchard, not orchids
User avatar #309 to #20 - toosexyforyou
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The roots of the tree would not have grown nearly big enough to get in the way by the time the next person is buried.
User avatar #70 to #20 - monkeysniper
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I agree about the cemetary thing but it sounds like a great idea for personal or family cemetaries. Like have a little plaque or something in front of a tree over where you were buried
#112 - spycheckingpyro
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1: no real market. especially when you're selling a free product
2: they have them every now and then. check out the play Wicked. don't expect the idea to catch on since you know, movie producers tend to stick to what works as opposed to the new ideas that flop.
3: meh. i'd watch it. can't complain about this one. it might suck. it might be funny. who knows?
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5: and who'll pass such a bill to allow this? politicians who get their seat almost entirely by straight party voters?
6: gimmick bands usually suck and if they're one hit wonders at best
7: the average citizen wouldn't be average. each country would try to get their own into that slot to make their general public seem better
8: you obviously never stabbed the **** out of one of those ******* in a fit of rage.
9: cemeteries are dedicated to fulfilling their last wishes, and remembrance for those alive. if you want it. by all means. don't expect too many people to follow.
10: the creators of both would over price the **** out of it. because of reasons.
11: you can still see shadows cast on them. plus, why? the weather is one of the few things i care to watch the news for.
12: good luck getting former celebrities to admit any kind of failure...
13: search for porn parodies. any one really. they're terrible in both a porn aspect and from a fan aspect
14: you ARE aware that IQs are based off a bell curve. which means 100 is the absolute average. despite what people say about themselves... not everyone is in that 0.1% (145 or higher) that could get anything out of it.
15: seems inconvenient for everything else though. especially since I own a small two door sedan.
#132 to #112 - anononeeightsix
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#318 to #112 - spoodermanz
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MFW #4
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User avatar #180 - dewydonut
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The Twitter one would still only just let Lil' Wayne say '******
User avatar #188 to #180 - tarantallegra
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No, he'd become one of those knights who say Ni.
#64 - FatherPedobear
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You're father, a nature lover has just lost a long and hard battle with pancreatic cancer. You know one of his dreams was to start an orchard. So in honor of his memory, you plant a tree in one of the new orchard cemeteries.
One month later, the tree dies.
User avatar #99 to #64 - kirkbot
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your*
#76 to #64 - FatherPedobear
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**** me with a rake. I used the wrong "your".
User avatar #24 - jaknik
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The movie one <Kind of> already happened. It was Flags of our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima. They were shot back to back and both depict the same battle from different sides. only thing is there was a month or two in between the releases.
User avatar #59 to #24 - sketchysketchist
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You're ******** me?
So it's the same plot but different perspectives or two different stories about the lives of two unrelated people who are only sorta connected by whatever the hell the movies are about?
#68 to #59 - facepalmftw
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They both detail the Battle of Iwo Jima. One from the American perspective, and one from the Japanese. No, it's not perfectly mirrored, but it's as close as you can get with a historical event.
User avatar #44 to #24 - sweener
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and one was in 100% subtitles