That lightning looks lazy af
CN tower is the shit. Built in early 70s, still one of the tallest structures in the world. Spectacular piece of engineeing
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Yes. It's also thunderwhelming
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Kid is literally Eric Cartman.
So much better with sound. The sound of his screams after the take down brought joy to my heart.
If the kid is like that to an adult, I wonder what he is like to his classmates.
Sometimes it actually is okay to hit kids.
The only good prank is the one where everyone leaves laughing. And this is a damn good one.
“Would you like me to bring you your actual coffee now?”
“No thanks, I’ve already had my bowel movement.”
You can tell he does this a lot, what a legend.
I don't know. I can see a few people getting upset because it's not their cup of tea.
Kids... let me tell you the story of how I met your mother.
It's possible that someone on Reddit tonight will see this, laugh, and then realize she is their daughter.
Well, she's your mother, but we're unsure if I'm the father.
Senior vs. Freshman in College
The reason why not all freshmen become seniors.
My heart will always belong to pizza girls
I like how they came around him like they found a new leader
This marching band group plays during timeouts and sometimes during halftime at Sacramento Kings basketball games (you can see the Kings logo all over the band) and that officer is working security for the game. He is fairly well known around the stadium by the regulars and I've seen him twirling his baton for younger kids a couple of times. Seems like a pretty cool guy - he's been working security there as long as I can remember and I've been going to games since nineteen ninety eight when the undertaker threw mankind off hеll in a cell, and plummeted sixteen feet through an announcer's table.
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And at the end, you can see their initiation dance come to light.
That is the only excusable 'gif ended too quickly' gif I've ever seen.
That is scary af but also totally amazing.
How did they do prescriptions for babies who can't give exact feedback about what lens makes things clearer?
They have these grey cards that are split down the middle. On one side is a white outline shape of an object and the other is just gray. With each successive card, side the object appears on is random, and the weight of the line used to draw the object steadily decreases.
Kids eyes are naturally drawn to the side of the card with the shape—if they can distinguish it. As the weight of the line steadily decreases, the kid will not be able to see the object.
At the point where the kiddo can’t see an object, they start the prescription.
Edit: should include that this method is used in conjunction with a lens kit—in which the doc looks for the best lens to view the retina.
ELI5 cos I'm curious too
This is how acuity is measured but not how Rx is determined. The gold standard for pediatric prescribing is retinoscopy. Usually, with infants a subtype called Mohindra retinoscopy is used. We like to compare results in a dilated and non-dilated eye and use these findings to determine the Rx.
That kids having a great time. Wonder how long before someone accuses the dad of child abuse?
Does the use of emojis in the title bother anyone else?
And, 3... 2... 1...
They don’t, there’s not an excessive amount of Gs during this maneuver, well for a pilot expecting it at least. You can lose consciousness pretty quickly from as little as 2Gs if you’re not expecting it and it’s onset is rapid enough. But that’s a pretty well trained fighter pilot and he knows what he’s about to do.
Edit: and just to add to it, you can see he’s going pretty slow, thrust vectoring is doing all the work. I would’ve expect the pilot to be experiencing more than 2Gs at the absolute most.
You could do this type of vectoring in HAWX, that was a pretty decent game.
Does any expert know if the pilot loses conscious at that point because of the overwhelming G force?
I can do this... On rocket league