I like "Fred." Too bad we can't name craters after fictional characters:
I think, in their circles, it's known as the "Trotsky Effect"
Too bad they didn't use them to write the screenplay for The Interview
It was a lobby card from the original 1984 Red Dawn.
Not to mention those fricking cyborgs traveling back in time from the future.
No, but I think this is the image you're thinking of:
I'm waiting for DARPA to weaponize kangaroos.
Random thought, but I always wondered why the Emperor was never petting a Persian Cat (or the Star Wars universe equivalent...)
The Pentagon is genuinely concerned about China's ongoing advances in submarine capabilities/
That's what I thought when I first saw the image, but NASA says it's Rhea, seen from the side that doesn't face Saturn. (That's no space station, it's a moon.)
Kirk and Spock are flung into an alternative universe where they are characters in The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Ease them in slowly. Add some Hoisin sauce to the glazed ham.
Yep, it's a part of a trend to attract more Orthodox customers.
Climate change deniers in Congress are working on it.
I just laughed for two minutes. Thanks for that!
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Does that take into account the variations in speed if carrying a coconut?