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|#169 - **** . I assumed without looking at the poster. Bu… [+] (1 new reply)||04/07/2014 on A Marine meets his match||0|
|#138 - Hey I doubt you'll see this but are you with 2/2? I'm with 2/6… [+] (4 new replies)||04/07/2014 on A Marine meets his match||-1|
#318 - originalinfidel (04/08/2014) [-]
Hey. Original OP here from the story posted on Reddit. This happened in 2002. I was with LAR at the time, not 2/2. It was during a Battle Griffin. Little fuckers were awesome. I can't believe this shit is all over the internet still. Whoever stole this from Reddit also censored out all the "fucks" from the story. The original version reads much better:
|#19 - What month were you there? I went to boot camp August 26th. A … [+] (2 new replies)||03/29/2014 on Memories||+1|
|#18 - The most favorite theory right now is that he's the child of L… [+] (1 new reply)||08/22/2013 on Winter is coming...||0|
|#12 - You're right. Targaryen maybe [+] (3 new replies)||08/22/2013 on Winter is coming...||+1|
#18 - linkcic (08/22/2013) [-]
The most favorite theory right now is that he's the child of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen, and if this is the case then he would have been slaughtered by Robert during his uprising(he thought Rhaegar raped her), but Lyanna pleaded with Ned to keep his birth parents a secret and claim him as his own. That's why Ned is so secretive about his mother, it's because his mother is Ned's sister.
|#34 - Sorry about the multiple responses, but I won't be jumping on …||08/22/2013 on BEER!||0|
|#33 - Also sugar is not an electrolyte. Only salts are electrolytes …||08/22/2013 on BEER!||0|
|#32 - So...by hydrating chemicals you meant to say something other t… [+] (1 new reply)||08/22/2013 on BEER!||0|
|#15 - Hydrating chemicals? Water, you mean water. That's literally w… [+] (5 new replies)||08/22/2013 on BEER!||+1|
#22 - Lycanz (08/22/2013) [-]
When I say hydrating chemicals, I am talking about chemicals that assist the process of homeostasis. This process hydrates us, makes us go to the bathroom, and maintains smaller things such as white blood cell count. Sorry if offended you by saying hydrating chemicals, I just didn't feel like going on this tangent.
#34 - linkcic (08/22/2013) [-]
Sorry about the multiple responses, but I won't be jumping on my comp for quite a while so I'm gonna give a quick chem lesson on salt. Salt is the byproduct of an acid base reaction in which the negative charged molecule(s) of an acid(generally positive) bond with the positively charged molecule(s) of a base(generally negative) to form a salt. For example the easiest reaction would be HCl and NaOH. HCl is the famous hydrochloric acid(in chemistry hydro is short for hydrogen, not trying to be patronizing just pointing out that it means something different inside and outside the field) anyway and NaOH is Sodium Hydroxide which is an equally powerful base. When combined the negatively charged Cl bonds with the positively charged Na to form NaCl which is your generic table salt. The remaining products may not always bond, but in this case H+ and OH- will form H2O or water. Now an electrolyte is a salt(NaCl) that has been formed this way essentially and when mixed in water separates its components to dissolve better. So in water NaCl becomes Na+ and Cl- again in order to dissolve in water which is polarized(has slightly different charges on either side of the molecule rather than a generic charge throughout). It looks a bit like a triangle with a positive charge at the base and a negative charge at the tip due to oxygen getting more that it's fair share of the electron density. Nonpolarizing chemicals, like sugar, do not properly dissolve in water except under high heat. You can try mixing basic sugar(not sweetener) in water and you will see that it just pools at the bottom or spins around in the glass without fully dissolving. That's the best I can do without being able to draw honestly. It's not great, but I felt it necessary. I don't know why.
#32 - linkcic (08/22/2013) [-]
So...by hydrating chemicals you meant to say something other than water that maintains homeostasis...food, you mean food then. You did not offend me, but the use of the two words "hydrating chemicals" together is a little redundant. You're basically saying "water chemicals" and your last statement contradicted even further by saying "other chemicals that assist homeostasis" which would be everything else we intake...like food which is not a "hydrating chemical" unless you're eating an orange or something that has enough water in it to outweigh the amount of salt or sugar it has. And the above electrolytes are most likely referring to potassium as sodium and sugar intake for anyone in a developed country is so high that most people reach unhealthy ranges without trying anyway. It wouldn't be news worthy if it was.
|#159 - Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Satan originally the name … [+] (1 new reply)||08/21/2013 on Eat it God||0|