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- Hold up Flying 10 000 first class flights for $250k c…
Kickass Fact Comp #65
- Invisible Red Pick one
- Press the right one cause you're not selfish
- Nah don't worry about it. The shape of the lens is so that it …
- Contacts rock, daily contacts especially
- Lol they can't do that
Really? I'll consider talking to my doctor about getting contacts
Nah don't worry about it. The shape of the lens is so that it will always assume a particular position on your eyeball.
Accidents happen but they are really not THAT horrible and usually resolved within a minute of slight pain/annoyance.
They don't happen as long as you don't touch your eyes.
Get dailies, that way if you get something in your eye and it gets irritated you can throw the lens away and not give a shit about it. Also, with dailies, you probably won't need any of the extra gear that is usually needed like night solutions and boxes to put them in overnight.
Even if you get caught up in something and need to sleep over somewhere else, you can wear them for 2 days no problem, maybe they'll just feel a bit more dry the 2nd day.
I'm no eye expert so make sure you see an actual doctor about contacts first so he can confirm if you can safely wear them.
But it's eye opening really, compared to glasses. Pun intended.
- Agreed. At real protests you literally can't control the crowd.
- They don't denounce ISIS at all. Most don't support it but nob…
- That's just **** journalism, staging shots. It's a horribl…
Also kind of ruins the natural feel of the shot
Raw footage, which generally means not all being shown are aware they are being recorded, is the best way to see how a person truly acts. Put a camera in their face and they'll act different. If it was a bunch of Muslim people trying to comfort people, or an actual protest, it would feel more human.
At real protests you literally can't control the crowd.
Okay but shit journalism isn't the same thing as fake journalism.
Just because CNN or whoever are unprofessionally setting up their segment doesn't automatically mean the alleged Muslims are actors who secretly don't denounce ISIS after all.
The point that you need to see is that it looks a hell of a lot like fake news. If it was people really standing there why would they take the time to stage this? It seems like a waste of time and money to me.
They don't denounce ISIS at all. Most don't support it but nobody really gives a fuck.
What do you feel when a bunch of muslims gets blown up somewhere in a suicide bombing? I personally feel absolutely nothing.
That's what they feel for us.
- What a freak
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