Odd Stuff (Part 2)


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Exactly why the RAF would be assisting local councils with an aircraft capable of mounting 18 Brimstone missiles wasn’t explained in CAS’s speech, though the SkyGuardian variant of the Reaper, as bought by the RAF, can also mount aerial surveillance equipment.

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I knew it.

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Luumäki = Bone Hill

There’s band/Ramones tribute act called Ne Luumäet (Them Bonehills).

Lumiukko = Snowman

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File under: You are doing it all wrong.

:man_shrugging:

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Or under “Yes, you have a little prick.”

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The earth didn’t move, it was more of a bee sting.

US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers late last week handed down a judgment [PDF] in the Epic Games vs Apple antitrust trial, which is likely to have significant consequences for developers and the corporations that control the ecosystems in which they operate.

However, it also included a footnote which unexpectedly set legal precedent in another unlikely area: whether bananas are legally bound to wear clothes in court.

This odd ruling seems to have come as the judge’s contribution to a sort of running joke during the trial, which started when an Apple lawyer showed a well-known Fortnite character called Peely during its description of the game, with Apple’s treatment of Fortnite in its app store being the central point of contention in the case.

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naked banana…
just look at it!

that never gets old to me hehe!

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The article wonders if this applies to all fruit, but unfortunately doesn’t consider the important ways their clothes differ. I guess that will have to be left to the philosophers.

They don't make sense

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image

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Back in my Army days I deliberately failed the bus driver test.

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My mom drove the small van buses. Never got drafted though.

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That’s wonderful! A hardware solution because software doesn’t work fast enough.

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Odd, and funny:

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