I stared for a bit. Squinted and turned my head. Got up, walked away, came back, then bam. Now I can’t unsee it. Since I seent it.
Once I found it, it was so obvious I can’t believe I didn’t see it right off.
Although the cannibalism may seem severe, it is thankfully brief. In other species, the female will slowly suck the life out of her partner over a period of decades. This process is commonly referred to as marriage.
You probably should go vegetarian/vegan to do the least harm to the world as a Western citizen..
There are few things on this planet I hate more than bottled water. Just the crinkling sound of someone wrapping…
What a clickbait headline, I totally thought that this post was going to be about coffee.
Good. Having a touch-sensitive screen means that you get to poke the back of the seat in front of you and really annoy that person. Otherwise, nice.
The sponge is a red herring. That in and of itself isn’t that surprising—it’s pretty common for companies to make one enclosure that will hold the internals for multiple products, and a foam brick is a pretty common way to prevent electronics from moving where they aren’t supposed to. Actually it’s one of the better… Read more
You live dangerously and I appreciate that.
This guy will run for president some day.
Fuck this dude. He sounds like an annoying asshole.
I don’t understand how people break phones. I’ve never broken a phone in my life, and never use cases on them, and treat them like crap. I’m talking dropping them at concerts, spilling booze all over them, fall out of my pocket while biking, etc( and come trade in time, usually get within $10 of the trade in value of… Read more
Welcome to Gizomodo. I assume youre new here so allow me to assist. This is a blog dedicated to technology, innovation, and their family of knowledge and learning. There is a basic understanding, at least in my own personal opinion, that those who read articles such as this have a thirst for knowledge and the desire… Read more
And the QFMS and SCWWS are essentially useless as long as Qatar's kafala system remains in place. Under kafala law, migrant workers are essentially indentured servants, completely at the mercy of their employers. Many migrant workers have their passports confiscated by their employers when they arrive in Qatar, and… Read more
You're being way too generous by assuming free will. Honestly, just read through the entire ITUC report. A lot of the workers who arrive in Qatar do so expecting to get good jobs and live in nice places, because that's what the recruiters tell them will be there, only to get their passports seized before getting…