Global warm. .. I'm a nuclear physicist, I'm really sick of people thinking when I go to work they feel the need to say "Be safe". Seriously, they put a of safeguards Global warm I'm a nuclear physicist really sick of people thinking when I go to work they feel the need say "Be safe" Seriously put safeguards
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#21 - hausdili
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I'm a nuclear physicist, I'm really sick of people thinking when I go to work they feel the need to say "Be safe".

Seriously, they put a ******** of safeguards into nuclear power plants.
More than seems logical most times.

Also, I'm sick of seeing this comic being reposted....repeatedly....
this must be the 100th time I've seen it here.
User avatar #63 to #21 - robopuppy
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My only problem with nuclear power is that we still don't have the best method of disposing of the rods once we are done using them. They are still dangerous and right now our method for preventing any negative effects on humans or nature is by sinking them in water and the burying them in the ground. It's still effective but there's got to be something else we could do.
#65 to #63 - hausdili
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Believe it or not, a new method of disposing them is being developed.

I'm sure you've heard of Depleted Uranium shells? Now, it takes a while for uranium to become depleted, but once it happens, it's useful again...

Uranium is not leathal or radioactive without the fissle material known as U-235, which is normally about .75% or so of normal uranium, once that material is spent, it can be used again.

So everyone is happy. Nuclear physicists get to make more power, and the Army gets more bullets.

Happy day.



We're working on getting the spent rods to be okay for use as DU rounds, which is the process known as Nuclear Reprocessing.
#252 to #65 - jakeattack
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they are quite effective as ammo but didnt they cause gulf war syndrome and alot of mutations?
User avatar #347 to #252 - hausdili
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You'd have to ask someone else about that, I'm not entirely sure if they did.
User avatar #76 to #65 - robopuppy
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That's actually really interesting.
#107 to #76 - hausdili
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User avatar #174 to #21 - EdwardNigma
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Well, this seems a good a time as any.

What exactly are the effects of radiation poisoning?
And furthermore, what kind of mutations can radiation cause?
User avatar #343 to #174 - hausdili
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If you think mutations are a good thing...

I probably shouldn't answer your question...
User avatar #365 to #343 - EdwardNigma
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I don't I just wanted an answer. :|
User avatar #369 to #365 - hausdili
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Oh well, mutations tend to be things like...Jellyfish babies...growths...

stuff like that, not extra arms n' ****.
User avatar #382 to #369 - EdwardNigma
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Elaborate on "Jellyfish babies"
User avatar #383 to #382 - hausdili
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I'd tell you to google it but...It's rather terrifyingly horror-filled.

It causes birth defects like babies with weird proportions and stuff like puffed up legs. The jellyfish comes from a mutation that causes babies to be born without bones.
#384 to #383 - EdwardNigma
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I googled it, and nuclear test babies in general.

Well, that answers my question.
#385 to #384 - hausdili
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Yeah man, It's some creepy ass **** what it can do.
#386 to #385 - EdwardNigma
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But...the power. Literal power and the evil "Conquer the world" power.

It's ruthless, but by god.

I should go to a mental asylum.
#387 to #386 - hausdili
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I'm sure you're fine
User avatar #166 to #21 - conquer
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thumbed because soon i'll be training to be a nuclear engineer
User avatar #345 to #166 - hausdili
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Welcome to the club son
#251 to #21 - jakeattack
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there actualy safer anyway they just make a bigger deal about it. more people die in coal mine collapses than in for example the japan nuclear explosion
#327 to #21 - JoshBauer
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Nuclear physicist, huh?   
   
7 - potato = ?
Nuclear physicist, huh?

7 - potato = ?

User avatar #342 to #327 - hausdili
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7 - potato hmm?

I'd have to say....

Magnetic chess pieces.
#352 to #342 - JoshBauer
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Only a nuclear physicist would know the answer to that...
Only a nuclear physicist would know the answer to that...
User avatar #100 to #21 - choasmage
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I know that feel bro.

AND EVERY ******* TIME I TELL SOMEONE I WORK WITH NUCLEAR POWER, THEY ALWAYS THINK I MAKE BOMBS, GOD DAMMIT.
#103 to #100 - hausdili
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I know that feel man.



I actually was offered a job working with some, but...I'm not one for Oppenheimering
User avatar #113 to #103 - choasmage
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I know a guy who "can neither confirm nor deny" working with them, but he always has a smile on his face when he says that... guessing it must of been fun.
User avatar #118 to #113 - hausdili
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From what I can tell It would be fun, I worked on the nuclear power plants for aircraft carriers for a while, that's the closest I've come to actual weapons...

Government work sure pays well though.
User avatar #121 to #118 - choasmage
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Guessing you were in the Navy then? Or maybe Naval Reactors?
User avatar #125 to #121 - hausdili
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I was in the Navy for two years, and worked for the Naval Reactors office for a year.
User avatar #126 to #125 - choasmage
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I'm in right now, got to say I do enjoy the pay.
User avatar #127 to #126 - hausdili
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What position do you hold?

I was making quite the pretty penny, but of course, that must have been ten years ago.
User avatar #132 to #127 - choasmage
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I'm a 1st class, ET. I love the re-enlistment bonus I got few years ago, but I'm looking at going into the civilian sector now, no way I'm going back to sea.
User avatar #160 to #132 - hausdili
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I guess the money has changed since I was in. Private sector is a good way to go now . I'm making close to 900k a year (after taxes), of course, I work overtime....a lot.
#259 to #160 - breakfastlunch
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Well, they certainly pay you to make sure you don't cause Chernobyl 2.0
Well, they certainly pay you to make sure you don't cause Chernobyl 2.0
User avatar #346 to #259 - hausdili
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I wish they payed me that much, this has been a bad year, I made what mr. anon said up there last year, I made about 150,000.
#323 to #160 - anon id: 9b08afec
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"In its occupational employment and wage data published in May 2009 the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) placed the mean annual salary for a physicist, such as a nuclear specialist, working in the U.S. at $111,250, equivalent to an hourly rate of $53.49. The top 10 percent of earners achieved an average of $165,750, the median 50 percent earned $106,390, and the bottom 10 percent received a mean salary of $56,210."

Sooo... you earn, with a taxation of 34% (1.2 million USD annually), almost 10 times more then the average top paid nuclear physicists? Smells like a pile of ******** to me. Especially with your profile...
#349 to #323 - hausdili
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Extra Zero, a problem on my part.

Thank you for giving me evidence of your ability to google search.

and also for telling me I make less than average...
#228 to #160 - anon id: e58cc0f4
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NINE-HUNDRED-THOUSAND DOLLARS PER YEAR?!?!?!?!?!?!?
User avatar #348 to #228 - hausdili
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ALSO

REQUIRES NINE-HUNDRED-THOUSAND DOLLARS PER YEAR TO FIRE THIS WEAPON FOR TWELVE SECONDS.
User avatar #340 to #228 - hausdili
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OSHT, EXTRA ZERO GUYS

90K, I WISH I MADE NINE-HUNDRED THOUSAND
User avatar #22 to #21 - drewbridge
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Just look at Japan.
It took an unGodly NATURAL DISASTER to even cause some trouble.
User avatar #37 to #22 - futtashy
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Yeah, it took like 3 disasters at once..
User avatar #56 to #22 - hausdili
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That, and believe it or not, the Japanese standards are lower than ours.
#94 to #22 - anon id: 2f439fc5
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herp derp, nuclear people bribe officials to cheat on safety checks.

If cunts are in charge of your hydroelectric dams, they still won't be safe you retard.
User avatar #24 to #21 - krazyms
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A nuclear physicist, on funnyjunk? Seems Legit
#55 to #24 - hausdili
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How would I prove it? My employers won't let me take pictures inside the plant or around it.   
   
So no pics or it didn't happen here.
How would I prove it? My employers won't let me take pictures inside the plant or around it.

So no pics or it didn't happen here.
#93 to #55 - tulioandmiguel
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If you realy want to prove it you can post a picture of yourself in front of the pc with funnyjunk open, and holding your diploma...

But I belive you anyway.
because well why would'nt a nuclear physicist browse fj?
#101 to #93 - hausdili
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Shoot, diploma's at the office :C   
   
   
   
But you believe me anyway so...   
   
Pic is relevant.
Shoot, diploma's at the office :C



But you believe me anyway so...

Pic is relevant.
#179 to #101 - tulioandmiguel
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I like you, you are a cool guy.

Have a great day!
#205 to #179 - hausdili
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Also, I love that movie.
Also, I love that movie.
#235 to #205 - tulioandmiguel
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Ha sweet, I love it too ! ( obviously )
Ha sweet, I love it too ! ( obviously )
#325 to #235 - kampi
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Oh.   
   
Hey.
Oh.

Hey.
#335 to #325 - tulioandmiguel
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Hi, I know that expression on your face, and I know just what you want.
#362 to #335 - kampi
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Dats right!   
   
Gimme som sugar baby!
Dats right!

Gimme som sugar baby!
#363 to #362 - tulioandmiguel
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#350 to #335 - hausdili
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Comment Picture
#364 to #350 - tulioandmiguel
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But I wanted it today...
But I wanted it today...
#370 to #364 - hausdili
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BUT WHY!?
BUT WHY!?
#371 to #370 - tulioandmiguel
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#372 to #371 - hausdili
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You never seem to run out of these images.   
   
I love you.   
   
5evr.
You never seem to run out of these images.

I love you.

5evr.
#373 to #372 - tulioandmiguel
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Oh, stop it you!   
   
I love you too.   
   
"5"ever.
Oh, stop it you!

I love you too.

"5"ever.
#374 to #373 - hausdili
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I'm out though, no mas awesome reaction images for me
#375 to #374 - tulioandmiguel
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your face when you don't  have any more.   
   
   
   
( I just wanted a excuse to use this one, i barely get to use it. )
your face when you don't have any more.



( I just wanted a excuse to use this one, i barely get to use it. )
#376 to #375 - hausdili
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#380 to #376 - tulioandmiguel
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( had to reply to this one because there were too many purple lines alread )
#381 to #380 - hausdili
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#377 to #376 - tulioandmiguel
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soo... we already confessed our love for each other, and had a good time togheter, I think we can get our relationship a set further,

I hope you don't mind the fact that I am married... twice actualy...
#379 to #377 - hausdili
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step*
#278 to #101 - anon id: 6efb59c7
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I like you, you are a cool guy.

Have a great day! And be safe.
8====D~ FIXED
User avatar #388 to #278 - tulioandmiguel
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Why yes anon, I do enjoy cock.
User avatar #227 to #93 - xnaitomea
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don't forget a shoe on his head.
#98 to #24 - anon id: a50e5864
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I'm a physicist too and I'm on funnyjunk.
#182 - TheBagel
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"OC" Comic makers?
User avatar #190 to #182 - reuploaded [OP]
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what can i say, i ran out of cocks to suck...
#196 - bagofshenanigans
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Shoulda listened to this ******. We could have plentiful, wireless electricity, but no.
User avatar #203 to #196 - espegaaaa
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and everyone would be healthy and not overweight.
User avatar #339 to #203 - overweight
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You should want to be me. I'm a nice guy
User avatar #218 to #196 - lakoonuk
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Who is he? Could anyone be kind enough to inform me of his name?
User avatar #222 to #218 - ednakrababbal
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikola_Tesla

i am too old for this site
User avatar #223 to #222 - lakoonuk
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Thank you for the info.
User avatar #224 to #218 - sotsog
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That is Nikola Telsa, everything about him is insane just google him. Worlds greatest mad scientist.
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#262 to #196 - breakfastlunch
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Yeah, because Tesla's idea of making the atmosphere electrified as a means of using power would not cause brain tumors and heart problems in any way, right?
User avatar #328 to #262 - stormeye
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The electricity would travel through the ground, away from us, and would power anything plugged in. And even if it went through the air, it would be about as harmless as radio waves are today.
User avatar #206 to #196 - ScottMJfan
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I honestly don't know much about this guy. Could you tell me how that's possible?

I'm not being sarcastic, I honestly just want to know.
User avatar #220 to #206 - allennis
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Nikola Tesla was a ******* genius, but everyone doubted him. His rival was Edison, who was less of an inventor and more of a business prodigy. He did not invent the light bulb. He tried to improve everything Tesla did, but only failed miserably, proving time and time again that he met his match. Everyone ridiculed Tesla for his ideas, but in today's modern day, we realized that Tesla was a genius. Sadly, only 1/3 of Tesla's plans were actually written down on paper. Most of his ideas and inventions were lost in the abyss of his mind.
User avatar #270 to #220 - ScottMJfan
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Is there a schematic for wireless electricity? This sounds really interesting.

I should definitely Google this guy. Sounds awesome.
User avatar #282 to #270 - allennis
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Wireless electricity is actually something that we have begun to develop today. If we had listened to Tesla we'd be much further ahead, but better late than never. Also, there's a rumor that Tesla discovered the Earth's frequency and resonated it in a machine. When the machine (this happened in my city, NYC) begun to cause an earthquake and shake the entire city block, he had no choice but to destroy the machine with a sledgehammer. Simply a myth, but there's plenty of evidence to back it up. He also said that he could create a machine that could destroy the world, a sort of doomsday device. Might have been the same machine, but no one dared to take him up on that offer.
User avatar #289 to #282 - ScottMJfan
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I've always thought the Nikola / Edison fight was stupid because I never knew it was about...

Sounds like I've been missing out. This guy is awesome.
User avatar #301 to #289 - allennis
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It was hardly a fight. Tesla was the true inventor. Edison was just a dick.


theoatmeal.com/comics/tesla

You're very welcome.
User avatar #304 to #301 - ScottMJfan
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Thanks, man!
#331 to #206 - frostbitezt
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http://www.badassoftheweek.com/tesla.html Read up and be amazed
#217 to #206 - realyboredguy
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He wanted to build towers of some sort, which produced electricity, but he didn't know why they did. Nobody invested in this project because they soon were able to realize there is no way of measuring the output, or something like that. This information could be inaccurate, I just remember this from memory, I didn't check any sites.
User avatar #1 - dipshitz
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Love the Irony...

its in an OC channel
#2 to #1 - reuploaded [OP]
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ikr
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**** you.
#153 - ritsuka
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i always thought they looked pretty with a blue sky behind them with a green grassy hill
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Sad thing is they are loud as ****** hell
#138 - litobahamas
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Why is this in OC-comic-makers channel????
#158 to #138 - anon id: 2daf08f5
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cuz my name is OP
#230 - silverlance
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Implying that a turbine could generate anywhere near the amount of energy that the rest provide
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#240 to #230 - sreggin
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of course a single turbine couldnt, thats stupid. however TWO turbines......maybe
#247 to #230 - fargone
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User avatar #243 to #230 - dangler
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"Let's build our nuclear plant where typhoons frequent and ignore safety regulations" -Fukushima
#241 to #230 - jrondeau **User deleted account**
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Also implying that nuclear plants now aren't ridiculously secure and safe.
Also implying that nuclear plants now aren't ridiculously secure and safe.
#35 - agagafdsgs
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lol'd at channel
#239 - greasynips
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I love how he posted this in oc comic makers lolol
User avatar #244 to #239 - maternation
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Well look at ops user name
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User avatar #168 - glasgowrangers
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Or you know... it's pretty inefficient
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