Buzz Aldren: "Epic? (yawn) Call me when she snaps one from the moon."
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"...Blew out my flip flop. Stepped on a pop top. Cut my heel, had to cruise on back home..."
You couldn't write Margaritaville today.
The cop says it was the oddest reason he's seen for an assault, but this is Tulsa, and two rednecks going at it over Ford vs. Chevy pickups is nothing noteworthy there.
The only problem I can see with this "affordable" housing scheme is that, because of the location, it is pretty likely that property taxes will be comparatively high for people living in these homes.
I was married for 20 years. If I want to be nagged again I'll go find another wife...
The Far Side answered this years ago:
Maybe it has the ability to turn people into "better informed patients". I think it also turns more people into hypochondriacs. My daughter and son-in-law are chefs. They say it's amazing what people demand from the kitchen saying that they are "allergic" to this or that. Then there are those people who think they are better informed, but in fact are only cherry-picking those pieces of information that they want to hear -- which is what patients have done since the beginning of time.
I certainly think this is true in the sense that inaccuracies can get repeated so widely and so quickly on the internet, that even moderately intelligent people accept the inaccuracies as fact when, if they would just think for a little bit, they would realize that they are complete fiction. I call this being "Google smart".
This will be great, until the day you discover your toddler has been repeatedly mashing the Dash button while you weren't looking.
Perhaps Dice outsourced the
Actually, in the future, your dog will also be a robot, so no need for walking.
Hey Dice, go teach your grandmother to suck eggs.
Bingo. That is also a problem. Too often the article raises more questions than it answers.
There is a fine line between "clever" and "annoying". Very often, what gets considered as "related" content, is only tangently related, and sometimes the way it is displayed makes it indistinguishable from the content of the current article. Add to that all of the surrounding clickbait, and it just becomes a confusing mess.
These remind me of the old Rocketdyne facility near where I grew up in Southwest Missouri. There were a couple of huge rocket testing facilities out there, but they were shut down in the 60s (I think). Thirty years ago, I could take my Jeep and drive around out there and snoop around.