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- but it would be january 1st, 3000... so it would be wednesday
he woke up early december 31st.
- I didnt notice it until you said something
- God they dont even care about the little girl
look both ways
- The lightbulb was so close this time
Could Use More Overlords
- Okay i don't really care about the curve... but how the hell d…
have you seen those billboards that change what ad it is displaying? I assume it is a similar concept so they can maximize the amount of ads the stadium can push
It a screen they have in most stadiums.
- Yeah i tried this once but i didn't go all the way into it bec…
- Was the man a little short on bus fare?
Why they got divorced
- Thank you that makes things a lot clearer.
- Wouldn't it not explode? Aren't mortars similar to missiles in…
In the gif above which is 100% real, the mortor round is incredibly unlikely to go off, but any normal military are advised that during a misfire of munitions, to get clear of any possible detonation of said munitions. Many mortor rounds include a timer charge, which means it will detonate after a set time, These are normally full proof, to ensure maximum damage on impact (not to blue forces, ofcourse). I'm not sure what rounds used in the gif above are, but wether the round used was timed, impact sensitive or both (some may have the timer as a backup(although they are rare, because it's extremely unlikely a mortor round would NOT detonate after a successfull fire, meaning if a misfire occurs, all friendly forces will need to evac to ensure they aren't injured or killed, and the mortors destroyed) any normal person would run from an unsafe, undedonated explosive device which at a regular distance of 5-10 meters would kill or cause life threatening injuries.
Thank you that makes things a lot clearer.
I don't know too much about how mortars work, but as far as I know once you drop it and the firing pin goes off, if the tip hits something hard enough, you're doo-diddly-done.
- actually some underage girl got in trouble for taking a nude p…
Don't use a Mac.
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