This poor, poor soul: http://io9.com/first-meredith…
TBD. Stay tuned.
YOU’RE MISSING THE POINT.
It’s funny—some people said the opposite, as the one i originally had posted seemed to have some of the star penciled in.
Ah, thank you—this is much better! Swapped!
A couple hints:
I cannot believe how hard this is even when I know full well that somebody in my field of vision is about to drown. How do lifeguards do it?
“Whether the opponent is an adult or child, the robot always returns the ball in a way that is easy for the opponent to hit,” Omrom explains on its website. “This is to ensure that the human’s attention remains on the ball, and not on the pneumatic brain-plunger creeping steadily toward his head.”
Here’s another scaled composition, created by Tom Reding, that compares Pluto, Earth, and Earth’s moon:
Coveting your succulents so bad right now.
What part of seven million lives lost and the worst natural disaster in North America’s recorded history do you not find scary?
Is that cheeseboard I see?
I forgot to mention this in the post, but it is not yet known whether the woman was, herself, vaccinated. But even if she were, her immunocompromised state may have reduced the vaccine’s effectiveness. The case highlights the purpose of herd immunity: Through widespread vaccination, we can protect those who are unable…
In before somebody complains about the kerning between the C and the A in OPTICAL.
Oh god, that crab.
My high school English teacher really hated the word “moist.” Actually, I can’t remember if it was “moist,” “plum,” or “loaf.” It might have been all three, because I remember him cringing at the mention of a “moist plum loaf.”
I mean, there’s the line from Dr. Wu, which Brian mentions in the essay above.
Came here to tell this story.
An actual conversation I just had with Diane: