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5038   Patrick   2022 Jul 25, 8:59am  

https://nitter.pussthecat.org/Not_the_Bee/status/1550578309947342850


Brent Havins shot this video of a wind turbine that got struck by lightning.


5042   Tenpoundbass   2022 Jul 25, 4:35pm  

Oldie but a goodie, a couple of my posts in the last couple days, are images that were posted in this thread early on. But are either so far back before Pat implemented the url extractor and auto download.



5045   Ceffer   2022 Jul 27, 12:25pm  

"Fairy Welfare Knock Up" has a nice ring to it.
5048   richwicks   2022 Jul 27, 12:43pm  

Patrick says








Well, I see some irony in this - the peg will fit perfectly into each hole it appears, as long as the orientation of the peg isn't changed.
5050   Ceffer   2022 Jul 27, 7:41pm  

Maybe a wall will help.
5051   REpro   2022 Jul 28, 3:26pm  

Ceffer says

Maybe a wall will help.

Finelly Mexican will pay for the wall.
5052   Ceffer   2022 Jul 28, 4:31pm  

Are these the ones who hate the BoomFucks? More important to know about the Kadashians, anyway.
5053   Ceffer   2022 Jul 28, 4:36pm  

Must be monkey pox dementia:
5055   cisTits   2022 Jul 30, 10:25am  

Tenpoundbass says








Thinking of having a t-shirt made for me with that.
5058   ElYorsh   2022 Jul 30, 12:55pm  

HunterTits says



Well. If she kept it in it's box and in good storage, it would probably be worth more than a Toyota
5059   Onvacation   2022 Jul 30, 1:31pm  

HunterTits says



It's a wonderful place. It has crime, corruption, pollution, incredible wealth inequality, and is very crowded. It also has good food, clean and safe neighborhoods, culture, and is reasonably priced. I was only there for two weeks but would definitely want to go back and spend more time there.

Rent for a whole year before you move there permanent.
5063   richwicks   2022 Jul 30, 10:37pm  

Patrick says


https://notthebee.com/article/first-ever-female-tour-de-france-sees-30-bike-pileup


There's a woman Tour? I'd be interested in the stats.

I used to follow biking because it's so inhuman. I'd wonder how they compare.

People don't understand what a feat this is. It's grueling. They do something like a century (100 miles) a day. They climb mountains and descend them at 70 MPH. Its insane. Anybody that has biked sort of seriously realizes how insane the battle is. They average, AVERAGE over 23 miles an hour through the entire course, and the course is insane.

I know women cannot compete against men in this crazy sport, but the top ones would have kicked my ass at any age.

I've done centuries before, the last 20 miles is thinking of something I can eat, and the end of it was me on the floor exhausted as salt crystals formed on my skin. A hundred miles is a lot, and it's scenic and enjoyable at first, but when you're 30 miles out it's more of a question of if you can make it back. 50 miles out you know you have to return, and you're already exhausted, and you're 1/2 way there. They aren't human. They do this every day for a month. It's insane. People who don't bike don't comprehend how inhuman the race is.

I've done 60 MPH down a hill at 20, it's terrifying. Your center of gravity is way up, you have to really hug the road and trust your tires won't slip. It was stupid for me to do that at 18, if I went down, I would have been seriously injured if not dead. I've gone down mountains that if I slipped, I was fucking dead. It was a lot of fun in youth, but so fucking stupid. Any mistake or fuckup, I was dead.

That's just a typical race for them. Many people have been killed in it. Hit a patch of sand or dirt and you're dead.
5067   HeadSet   2022 Jul 31, 8:16am  

Patrick says

https://notthebee.com/article/first-ever-female-tour-de-france-sees-30-bike-pileup



Lemme guess - one lady was putting on lipstick and not watching the road.
5068   Ceffer   2022 Jul 31, 9:09am  

Patrick says

https://notthebee.com/article/first-ever-female-tour-de-france-sees-30-bike-pileup

On the other hand, the male to female tranny Tour De France had no problems.
5069   Patrick   2022 Jul 31, 12:23pm  

richwicks says

That's just a typical race for them. Many people have been killed in it. Hit a patch of sand or dirt and you're dead.


While jogging near Huddart Park a few years ago, I saw a guy hit a pine cone while zipping down the hill on his bike. He skittered on the road like a skipping stone on water.

He got up and said he was OK, but he was definitely not OK, with small patches scraped off so you could see the layer of fat below, and even muscle. He didn't seem quite aware of his situation, so I asked him for his wife's phone number after seeing his wedding ring, and started to explain to her that she should come and get him, and she hung up on me.

A crowd gathered and someone else called an ambulance, so I left.
5070   richwicks   2022 Jul 31, 1:35pm  

Patrick says

He got up and said he was OK, but he was definitely not OK, with small patches scraped off so you could see the layer of fat below, and even muscle. He didn't seem quite aware of his situation, so I asked him for his wife's phone number after seeing his wedding ring, and started to explain to her that she should come and get him, and she hung up on me.


I hope that guy divorced his wife. Shit if a workplace acquaintance got injured that I slightly hated, I would have intervened.

I've been in a serious accident before, a concussion. What I learned from that is if you have a concussion, you won't realize it, even if you are thinking "do I have a concussion?" I could name the president, and other similar things, but I wasn't certain where I lived exactly. I found my place and went to sleep, the stupidest possible thing I could have done. When I woke up, I discovered what broken ribs feel like, it's the worst pain I've ever felt, I didn't lie down again for a month. I literally slept in a chair with a bunch of towels and blankets on my lap laying on top of them. Sneezing, coughing, laughing - was excruciating pain.

You can't feel pain when you're in shock. Interesting experience. Funny, we all stop acting stupid once we get really hurt.

It's also interesting in that I didn't want help either. I think this is natural in men, not to show weakness, no matter how fucked up we are. I imagine if I got shot in the chest, I would blow it off as I bled to death and drowned in my own blood. We're stoopid..
5072   richwicks   2022 Jul 31, 1:43pm  

I'm going to watch Monty Python and the Holy Grail now.
5074   Ceffer   2022 Jul 31, 3:14pm  

There's a gal who had one too many Cleveland steamers:

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