Neither can the U.S. Federal government
This dudes about to be the biggest stoner of all time
Good! He should be! I can't believe how well that worked for him!
Edit: Source: I'm a doctor.
Whoa there hold up now. Is this old man trying to get help for his life-ruining conditions without using 5-6 different pills which would normally get big-pharma $1500 a month? WE BETTER MAKE SURE THEY DON'T LEGALIZE THIS SHIT!
5/10 was not instant had to wait for the artist to paint the picture.
Here is a good
Also I think it's a charcoal drawing, not a painting.
This picture makes me feel like I am not working hard enough right now.
Count the number of people sleeping.
Location: National Library of China, Beijing
pretty sure apple just steals ideas from japanese companies
"Coming soon to a non-violent protest near you."
FUS ROH DAH!
Obligatory "we get it, you vape."
Are those cardboard boxes or something heavier?
I'd kind of like to try being knocked over by that thing. Especially since it'd be almost invisible; you'd be standing there waiting, not sure when, and then you just get knocked off your feet.
Not covered by insurance, sorry
This isn't a lightning strike it's a firework or something going off inside the car. It's easier to see in video.
Definitely not lightning. Lightning is white and come from the sky this explosion is orange and coming from in the car.
My truck does that automatically when it's hit by lightning.
They even had the mindset to put the hazards on. Wow.
Turny thing just wana dance.
It took a few seconds to realise that this was filmed in zero-gravity.
You have pebble, like Ugg guard all the time because Ugg crazy. Smooth, round pebble. Same to spin pebble every way because pebble shaped same every way. Pebble not witchcraft.
You have log, but not crazy log. Normal log that rolls, pretty long. Can flip over two ways, or roll. Flip over hard, roll easy, but flip or roll not witchcraft.
Now have foot cut off of Grag from rival tribe across creek. Foot very flat, long, but in between wide. Roll foot easy. Spin foot hard. Flip foot not easy or hard. Roll foot, no witchcraft. Spin foot, no witchcraft. Flip foot... witchcraft.
Rival tribe witches. We attack when dark, and moon behind cloud.
I was gonna say that this was probably an Amish farm, but then I remembered the car
Not the same result at 55 mph
If you need a gate anyway the car one would be incredibly useful. You have no idea how annoying it is to have to get out of your car and open a gate everytime.
Picture my buddy took a couple years ago from his farm in western ND
ND can have some pretty awesome storms. I got a few summers ago in the southeast part of the state.
I've witnessed this many times in ND. Fun to watch, not fun to be in the middle of. Here's a link explaining how a supercell develops
I have a picture of that same storm! The way the sunset hit it, it looked like neapolitan ice cream!
Could not get my head around it. Until I did this
Ho ho, Mr. Fancy pants over here, travelling up and down the San Fran hills in his big, fancy SUV limo. Well, it's nice for some, isn't it!
I tried rollerblading down one of these hills once. That was a bad idea.
I burned through a good chunk of my wheels just trying to brake.
What's weird is when you're in a long car. Like a limo or big SUV. If you're sitting in the backseat and going down one of these hills you're sitting noticeably higher than the people in the front seat. Vice versa if you're going uphill.
I'm pretty pessimistic about this procedure.
Best case scenario I'm predicting is that he survives for a short period of time, paralyzed from the neck down, and on full life support until he dies shortly after the operation. He probably won't even regain consciousness before he dies.
Most likely he's just going to die during the operation.
I want to be wrong. I hope he doesn't suffer.
It's a fucking body transplant
This bothers me so much. The HEAD is getting a new body, so it is a body transplant. A head transplant isn't a thing because a person IS their head (or their brain rather).
Realistic best case scenario is we learn some stuff that will be useful in the future by killing someone who is dying of a terminal illness anyway.