You don't even have to put ice in there. Nobody checks that.
I'll never understand the fascination with the Oak Island "Money pit".
Even if we believe that most of the 'evidence' found there is real, then it's clear that the site was dug into more than once before it was "discovered".
It really takes a "true believer" to think that a mysterious person dug into a "money pit" for any reason other than to take the money.
And, of course, if the 'evidence' is fake, then the whole thing is even MORE pointless.
Revisiting a few showcase items from my library that didn't earn their membership by way of their contents.
[prompt via @apLundell ]
@apLundell Oh, gads, my brother-in-law is a bit conspiracy-minded and he's said some things that make us think he's maybe bought the Titanic-swap conspiracy.
My mother, a clinical psychologist, has kept a book she needed for her master's, wholly because the author was Edwin Boring, and so the spine reads, 'A History Of Experimental Psychology - Boring'.
Oh absolutely. A handbook for mistresses. A quiz book to find out if you're transhuman/posthuman. Lots of pulp novels with covers/titles I like.
The best #Ghostbusters movie was the original. I know that. We ALL know that.
BUT the best individual Ghostbuster was Holtzman. To not bring her back for the next movie is a big miss.
Advantages of telecommuting : during meetings, my personal goal is to rescue Princess Daisy.
Today I finally set up my HTC Vive VR thing in my new apartment.
"Room Scale" VR is really amazing when you have a room to dedicate to it.
... But it makes me realize how lucky I am to actually HAVE a room I can dedicate to it.
Home VR is going to have a tough road ahead of it if the only people who really see how amazing it is, are people with a spare room they're not using!
I'm a virtual reality and game programmer, who's excited about games, technology, online comics. Currently I work on creating interactive haptic systems.
Octodon is a nice general purpose instance. more