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Second Day of English Comp
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Straight from the 2009 archives
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the bamf of the day.
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- Believe in the dinosaur that believes in you
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Wtf is this real
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He deserves the credit
- How else is he going to steal the ten commandments
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(21 hours ago)
fuck you for posting this comment 5 hours ago and only getting one thumb out of it.
I thought it was funny
(10 hours ago)
Look again buddy
- >4'33" video is 4:34
(17 hours ago)
He's just telling people he's 6'9"
(18 hours ago)
The extra second was needed to let it all sink in
- Why is brilliant in uppercase? The way this snippet is written…
nevermind im retarded, thought you meant the title
Maybe because it's the start of a sentence.
its called clickbait tactics
- >not being able to read disk with a laser pointer and typin…
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I bet you can't even write on ROM disks with your dick
I always, always hated this about fucking english lit. The fuck do you mean with all this symbolism? Its a good story stop trying to shove a squatr peg in a rou d hole
That doesn't make sense. There's no reason for the author to include the fact that the curtains were blue. It doesn't add to the immersion or tell you anything. Obviously, if you're gonna write something
and you're not a shit-tier author. Or if you're Tolkien, and spend 3 pages describing the texture of the curtains and where they were made and everything else related to them.
each line has a purpose. Sometimes the purpose is just leading up to the next sentences, but I can only imagine one scenario where the color of the curtains is useful to know and that is in mystery novels were small clues like that might be useful.
Like in one page you get to know that all the curtains in a house is blue, but an offhand comment tells you that in one room the curtains are a different shade. Murder happened there maybe, spilled blood on them?
And while English teachers
Norwegian in my case, but I guess it's the same
often go on and on about bullshit, I highly doubt any book you read in English class is bad enough as to have authors not using symbolism actively.
Honestly, this picture just screams "I've never read a book aside from when I was forced to". It's pretty sad really, I really would recommend picking up some good books. There's so much interesting things out there.
So you think all authors specifically only include things with symbolic meaning. Never do they tell you what the room looks like to set up the SETTING. Oh no. You don't need to know what the surroundings look like to visualize a scene. Nope. Dumbass.
- How is babby formed
How babies are made
- This is known as gains that have ascended past gains
goku hs a new form
- The earth's rotation would apply a centrifugal force, but i do…
Depends on where you are. But to make a ball park estimation:
Forward speed near the equator is about 1600 km/s = 444,444 m/s
The outward force required to make the turn is described as F= (m*v^2)/r
m= 70 kg (average human weight)
v= 444,444 m/s (see above)
r = 6,371 km (earth radius)
F = 2.1 N
the gravity normal working on your body is about
m*g = 70*10 =
So that's kind of dissapointing.... might have made an error though
Archimedes force for air, consider that aswell
ahh because you're 'weightless' that's pretty clever. But I think it'd be pretty low.
Also dependent on our definition of weightless but I think if state it as: 'having a mass but not being pulled towards other masses' we can probably get away with these calculations
The archimedes force is equal to the weight of the gas or fluid displaced by the body right?
I remember hearing somewhere that the human body has about the same density as water so 70kg means your body content is 70 liters
density of air is 1.225 kg/m^3
which is more then I expected
also I can't believe there's a wiki for the density of air
So the archimedes force would be 1.225 * 70 *9.81 = 841 Newton
Which is more then the force normally working on you so yes she would die pretty hard ^^ good one augisnvm !
You mixed up liters and cubic meters. 841 mN.
Ahh shit your right. I thought it was weird. Shame
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