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It's funny how all the dudes preaching about sexuality being a choice are always found in a motel at 3 am being blown by some young dude.

They must be sweating for some hot cock their whole life, and need to deny it so harshly so as to fool themselves into thinking they're not gay.

20.6k points · 19 days agoGilded2

What a fucking garbage human

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To play devil's advocate, it could have been an agreed arrangement with her fiance. They both get laid one last time before they're hitched.

I feel like this is the type of EMT who works at some Mom n Pop private company and only does like 4-5 dialysis runs over his 12 hour shift. Probably tells his whole family about how he has to run around all day when in reality he's a taxi who sits around for hours at a time.

All of this just to tell us they're updating their privacy policy.

The scene where Travis calls Betsy from the payphone is so painfully uncomfortable to watch, the camera actually pans away to an empty hallway.

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I remember reading a film study talking about how the camera can be used to convey emotion, and it listed that scene as the most masterful use of the effect. It just gives you that feeling of awkwardness when even the camera is saying "this is so second handedly embarrassing that I need to turn away."

1.3k points · 26 days ago

as someone not in med school, what's an I.O?

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Intraosseous site. Basically drill into the marrow of the PT and put an IV into it. The drill itself is more scary than painful, but the actually push of fluids can hurt so bad it turns you into a blabbering 3 year old.

Jesus Christ, there's an army of starving kids in North Korea that could use all those unspent bullets.

No Roberto from Futurama. I give it one out of two knives.


Is there any way to set an alarm for a maxed capacity, just like with buildings/techs/ws?

2 points · 1 month ago

Not currently, no. Not a bad suggestion though, although it could run into some of the same issues as the other alarms (they're not always accurate, and offline production has limits).

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

Noticed the inaccuracy as well, but something is better than nothing. Even if it's just for catpower I would be happy, having to get that ludicrous amount of furs for science can be a pain.

10 points · 1 month ago

Hahaha i was thinking about this, why didn’t anyone just go do this instead.

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Dude would probably corner his whole staff, show them the note, and tell them "anyone who leaves before somebody fesses up will be fired on the spot."

1.4k points · 1 month ago

Did they do chest x-ray for cut on your wrist?

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Looking at the bill he was admitted to the hospital for orthopedic surgery, so this wasn't just a case of a few stitches in the ER. Chest X-rays and EKGs are mandatory for admission in most hospitals.

109 points · 2 months ago

Love this idea. Sometimes people just want direction and reassurance, and to not leave empty handed.

Why are people so demanding of antibiotics though? Do they WANT diarrhea?

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Because they think antibiotics are this magic pill that kills everything that's not them and has no side effects. Also, it works in less than 24 hours.

Subnautica. I don't know why I bought it when the ocean scares the shit out of me.

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I have a massive fear of the deep sea, but now that Subnautica is in full release I'm going to play the entirety in VR. I go in fully expecting to have a panic attack or two.

Vaas wasn't even originally going to be that character. His original concept was a big, bulky, stoic sociopathic goon. When Michael Mando (Vaas's VO) auditioned he voiced the character completely opposite what they wanted. He did so good they hired him on and completely changed the character to fit him.

“Solving the following riddle will reveal the awful truth of the universe, assuming you do not go utterly mad in the attempt.

Say you have an ax - just a cheap one from Home Depot. On one bitter winter day, you use said ax to behead a man. Don’t worry - the man’s already dead. Maybe you should worry, ‘cause you’re the one who shot him. He’d been a big, twitchy guy with veined skin stretched over swollen biceps, tattoo of a swastika on his tongue. And you’re chopping off his head because even with eight bullet holes in him, you’re pretty sure he’s about to spring back to his feet and eat the look of terror right off your face.

On the last swing, the handle splinters. You now have a broken ax. So you go to the hardware store, explaining away the dark reddish stains on the handle as barbeque sauce. The repaired ax sits undisturbed in your house until the next spring when one rainy morning, a strange creature appears in your kitchen. So you grab your trusty ax and chop the thing into several pieces. On the last blow, however - Of course, a chipped head means yet another trip to the hardware store.

As soon as you get home with your newly headed ax, though… You meet the reanimated body of the guy you beheaded last year, only he’s got a new head stitched on with what looks like plastic weed-trimmer line and wears that unique expression of you’re-the-man-who-killed-me-last-winter resentment that one so rarely encounters in everyday life.  So you brandish your ax. “That’s the ax that slayed me,” he rasps.

Is he right?”

No joke; this is 100% what they should do. Build a monument that commemorates his achievement; the best moocher in the game. Good or bad, that's what he is.

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Honestly I would live for his statue to be a baby in a booster seat.


The spawning mechanics in the game were one of the most frustrating to deal with in any recent MMO game. You could sink their ship, kill all of their crew, and grab their booty. Instead of spawning on their brand new ship at a nearby outpost, they would continue to spawn around you and fight. They could just get lucky with a single fight then pick you off as you spawn, crash your ship, and result in two sunk ships with all the loot just floating in the ocean. PvP would always be not worth it as most often it would result in your ship being sunk even if you dominate the other crew.

"and other gameplay possibilities like fishing will get added to the game over time"

Well, at least the arm chair game devs on this subreddit can score one victory on their list.

I see a problem here - getting that deep (ocean floor) would require more breath than we have. You can do the banana cheat to get down there, maybe, but that's just awful and I hope that gets fixed.

So, why not make it something like, you get some sort of item (lets say, a magical conch shell from the mermaids) and once you find the right spot, you use the item and it opens a hole in the water all the way down to the ocean floor.

Jumping into the hole lets you fall through air before hitting a final patch of water, cushioning your fall.

I'm curious as to see how they do implement anything underwater/Atlantean like this in SoT, given our ability to explore underwater to depth or for long periods of time is limited.

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I was thinking we could get a diving bell added to the ship that would fast travel us to an ocean floor instance where we would need to explore to find the chest, but I like your idea better. Have water be waist high and need to use clues gathered from the four islands to find the dig spot. Upon unearthing a legendary chest the sea will rise and bring you back to your ship with that sweet loot.

Option A: go for the head and get trampled.

Option B: Hit the arms and bounce

Option C: try to hit him in the rear as he charges away and you miss.

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