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May 12 2015
32

This isn’t exactly a horror story, but the juxtaposition is a fun one.
3 years out of college, my job unexpectedly closed down. I had two interviews that month, both in the same two days. One was at a shipping warehouse where international mail went in one crate, local mail went in another. No packing, inventory Read more

May 6 2015
10

Well, we are speeding apart, but that doesn’t figure into this. It’s just the distance. Light travels really fast (186,000 miles per second), but it does take time to get where it’s going. You’d never notice the travel time anywhere in your normal life, because any distance measurable on the Earth, light can travel Read more

Apr 30 2015
343

I need to be clear: I would not merely lose my shit. It would be as if my shit had never existed. The very concept of shit would no longer be relevant in the current paradigm.

Apr 30 2015
1.6K

IBM’s computer thinks in chocolate and vanilla. Sometimes what it knows is chocolate, sometimes it’s vanilla, sometimes it’s a swirl. Sometimes, though, the swirl melts; then you have to decide if there was more chocolate or more vanilla in that puddle. IBM just hired a fat kid that can tell the difference.

Mar 31 2015
15

Honest Trailers do have sacred cows... they just criticize a lot of the movie but in a more "flattery tone". xD Read more

Mar 26 2015
9

The Ice Spires on the edge of Saturn's B ring. Some of them are over 3km high.

Feb 23 2015
8

Allegedly, the film opens on a lightsaber floating in space, before it plummets to the planet below, where a native farmer takes it to someone codenamed 'The Vicar' Read more

Feb 19 2015
2

The Final Fantasy XV demo, Episode Duscae, will be included with the upcoming release ofFinal Fantasy Type-0 HD on the PS4 and XBOX ONE next month. - corrected... Come on know something about what you are writing about, especially WHAT the damn game is being released on.

Feb 15 2015
24

I have a fantasy that in a far flung future, long after we lose contact with voyager, our descendants will calculate the location of the probes and send a mission after them. They'll find it, take pictures and do any necessary repairs. Then, they'll affix a second plaque to it, and send it back in its merry way. Read more