When one conveys certain things, particularly of such gravity, should one not then appropriately cite sources, authorities...
Started by Amicale, May 21, 2012, 10:40:11 PM
Quote from: billy rubin on March 15, 2022, 11:57:49 PM^^^this is a much more profound question than it seems at first.i have seen many amazing things, so many that its hard for me to single something out.i have seen a mid air collision in the sky over arizona , that killed seven people in the fireball before it crashed to the ground.i have sat on the edge of a sheer 400 foot cliff in the sierra ancha and watched lightining ignite a fire in the desert below.i have followedthe progress of a transatlantic flight on a map, said to myself, greenland should be visible now, looked out the window and watched its southern tip slide into the distancei have leaned over the rai of a mudboat heading out to sea and watched the porpoises dancing in the bow wave among the scintilla of countless plankton sparkling inte wateri have walked among the sea anenomes and starfish of the cold northern pacific and picked up the sea cucumbers from the black sands of the south china seaand all that crap. whats amazing? i dunno. this whole question deserves its own thread, bruno. its too interesteingthe NP has been surprised totally naked in a place where he should not have been totally naked.
Quote from: Tom62 on March 22, 2022, 06:06:03 AMTNP needs a good massage.
Quote from: Ecurb Noselrub on April 08, 2022, 09:32:56 PMFalse, but I have stayed in a Holiday Inn Express.I am pissed at weather people because they always say shit like "it's 92 degrees, but it feels like 100 because of the humidity", or "it's 41 degrees, but it feels like 32 because of the wind." And then when it is 100 or 32 it always "feels like" something else. Does anyone really know what it just "feels like" to be a certain temperature?TNP knows what it actually feels like to be 62 degrees.