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So, someone's finally figured out that Floyd is still alive, he was friends with Chauvin, and it was all a Freemasonic ritual.
It's about time.
Another gold coffin...
How many does that make now?
Me, too. It's specially designed to tug on heartstrings.
The Trump administration has notified Congress and the United Nations that the United States is formally withdrawing from the World Health Organization, multiple officials tell CNN, a move that comes amid a rising number of coronavirus cases throughout the Americas over the past week.
The withdrawal, which goes into effect next July ...
What a hoot! We've been out from under the WHO since 2021. WHO knew? (pun intended)
The comments are comedy gold.
In the upper right windows, it looks like Pepe.
"Made you look!"
-- New Press Secretary
What self-respecting hacker would announce their plans ahead of time?
You can read some of the history of Spam if you go to amazon and look up this book. It will allow you to see some of the pages in the book:
A friend of mine was in South Korea and sent me back photos from one of the grocery stores. There were rows of fancy boxes filled with tins of Spam. It was a big deal to give them as gifts.
We always make jokes about Spam, but to the South Koreans, it literally saved their lives during the war, hence their reverence for it.
Spam was actually a major breakthrough in preserving meat via canning. The problem had always been getting the heat high enough throughout the entire chunk of meat in order to kill off any pathogens in it, without overcooking the outside and leaving the inside undercooked. The trick turned out to be the jelly that you find inside the can. Something about that jelly allowed for even cooking throughout the entire piece of meat.
Here's some Spam trivia for you, fren:
Spam: A Luxe Gift in South Korea
The humble Minnesota export has been popular there for generations
I think the little birdie has flown straight into the big, Elon-shaped pane of glass.
Poor little birdie. He ded.
And, they closed on Fri, the 13th of May.
The Big Guy gets a 50% cut.
I just realized something. If you take off Anderson Cooper's glasses, he'd look just like Max Headroom. Kek!
There may not be a second chance. The woman who got us the "in" has since retired and now lives a couple of hours away from DC. ☹
It began at...11:11 PM ET, so if you weren't up that late, you would not have seen it.
I had one of the older Powershots, too. Was the first camera I got after film cameras went out of vogue. It was a small, but good camera that was excellent for taking on trips, as it took up very little space, yet still took really nice photos. It eventually died, so that's what prompted me to get my current camera.
Ironically, the reason I bought this camera was because I had the opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Smithsonian. I wanted a good camera to take photos, knowing I'd never get to do this again. Naturally, COVID-19 hit right before I was to go, so I never got there. It seems unlikely that I'll have a second chance at it, either. Sigh.
Yeah, I've thought the same thing about using a bulb. It's probably the only way you could get the shot. Not sure, though, whether one can be used with the camera I have.
What happened to Gates? He looks like he's aged 25 years.
This is normally the sort of luck I have with celestial events. I rarely get to see them due to cloud coverage.
Nah, there's a simpler explanation: the moon wasn't in full eclipse yet. Had I waited for the full eclipse, I wouldn't have had enough light to get the shot.
The moon wasn't in full eclipse when I took the shot. Had I waited for the full eclipse, I wouldn't have had enough ambient light from the moon to get the shot.
Thanks for the tip, fren. It's surprisingly hard to take good photos of the moon. I've tried using my tripod, but it isn't steady enough. Just pushing the button to take the photo causes enough motion to blur the photo. Not to mention, it's hard to frame the moon using a tripod, as you don't realize how fast it's moving. By the time you're set up, the moon has already moved out of the position you wanted it in.