22 tons of weed in 3lb cans? That's over 14,000 cans of weed. It must have looked like they went on forever into the horizon. Like some sort of Can Abyss.
Once the news spread, most cans didn’t even reach the sand – fishermen, surfers and some adventurers (and the police) would pick them up at sea.
As the load dropped at sea was immense – the estimated 22 tons would be enough to fill about 15 thousand cans – and the Federal Police seized only 2,563 cans throughout the country, people definitely had a lot to share.
That's a lot of happy fishermen.
The first time anyone has ever welcomed sea weed.
Holy shit is this actually happening? I can't think of anything witty to say but look at my username.
But not as grafts, as bandages
It is in use in the US.
Yup my wife’s niece had a terrible burn on her arm in Georgia and they used Tilapia skin
they still use leaches when trying to reattach fingers and what have you.
They work better than anything modern science has come up with..
TIL Canada is our ride or die homie.
Canada's declaration had more to do with Japan attacking the British Empire, including Canadian soldiers defending Hong Kong:
Yes I’m glad someone pointed this out. Very few people seem to be aware of the scale of the Japanese attacks on the 7th/8th of December and how Pearl Harbour was bombed at the same time as Hong Kong, Malaya, the Philippines and many other Pacific islands were being invaded.
The co-ordination of these operations were pretty astounding for the first couple of weeks and I would contend they were more impressive in some ways than what the Germans did with Blitzkriegs in Europe. Especially considering these were nearly all seaborne invasions which required far more planning and organisational skill.
In the Philippines, Malaya and the Dutch East Indies the defenders all had a big initial advantage in terms of size of defending forces but the Japanese onslaught managed to overcome these.
What is a hat, without a head to rest on?
-Jayden Smith Canada
I believe that “outdoor stadium” was at the Empire Polo Fields in Indio, and basically became Coachella
Holy shit you're right. I just looked it up!
TIL in my own TIL
Ticketmaster is cancer, they charge a convenience fee when you have no other options to buy tickets.
*this sounds like a Barney Stinson pickup persona.
Woman: hey, nice to meet you what do you do for a living.
Pilot: I fly planes full of puppies away from danger.
Woman: do you want to get out of here?
studio audience goes fucking insane
I'm afraid of flying, but I would gladly take the risk for this plane ride!
I adopted a rescue puppy from hurricane Harvey. She was driven up north for like 3 days before she got to the humane society. Now she enjoys very warm cuddles and play time with my other dog.
Japan has the worlds gloomiest millennials. They're headed for future with a lot of struggle.
Learned about this in a case study for school just last week. This article says that 37% of them expect to work until they die, by far #1 in the world. http://money.cnn.com/2016/05/26/pf/millennials-work-japan/index.html
Pretty high suicide rates among the young too. :-(
My sister married a japanese man. His brother had to work overtime for three weeks to justify taking 3 of his vacation days to fly over for their wedding. Like most in his company, he has 4 weeks paid vacation, and doesnt take a single day of it most years. Japan is a fucked up place.
Now THAT is a legacy.
Right? Pretty sure my legacy will pale in comparison to this bird’s.
Memes for birds.
I was skeptical when I first saw Attenborough's piece on the lyrebird years ago, I thought it was a little audio trickery for the sake of a joke, but after watching , I'm convinced. They're incredible.
What is also known is that a completely finished floor was likely beneath the workers, just a few feet below.
OSHA has a heart attack should be the photo title.
I’m a structural ironworker in NYC. If you look in the bottom left corner you can see steel on planks that is referred to as the “Derrick floor” (before cranes they used guy derricks to erect the building). The Derrick floor is the highest planked over floor that you put iron on to set higher floors. The planks are there so they can pour concrete later (basically just concrete forms that the Ironworkers put in). Now we use metal decking instead of planks. So basically if they fell into the building the most they could fall is two stories because we set two stories of steel at a time before we plank/deck over a new Derrick floor. However if they were on the perimeter of the building they could’ve fallen outside the building in which case you fall to the street.
Not too many in the Empire State Building construction (5), but 60 workers died during the construction of the World Trade Center in the 70s, which is insane. OSHA was founded during construction, but I’m guessing hadn’t implemented enforceable policies yet.
I worked at a convenience store in high school and it was absolutely crazy how much people would drop on lotto tickets and scratch offs. I would see the same four or five people spending hundreds several times a week.
Growing up, my parents always told me that lotteries are a tax on people that are bad at math.
The American Dream: throw all of your money away on the < 1% chance of hitting it big.
You're about 6 orders of magnitude too lucky for the lottery
I can't imagine the how much he must have struggled with these decisions. There didn't seem to be much in this article about the specifics, but here's what it looks like his thought process was:
1) People are coming to kill all of these children.
2) If I can show that some of the children can function in society, they may be spared.
3) I can't say that all of the children can function in society, since this is obviously not true and they will all be killed.
4) I must create two groups: Those who will live, and those who will die.
Fuck. Imagine examining some kid right on the line, right between the two groups. You'd have to consider that if the 'death' group isn't large enough it will look like you're lying to save the kids, so maybe this one should be added to the 'death' group for a little extra padding.
Think I'll just back to bed now!
You forgot the word 'go'. The death group for you!
So if Asperger's is named after Hans Asperger, then where did the name "autism" come from? Just curious, since I see that Hans Asperger discovered the autistic spectrum and the difference between high- and low-functioning autism.