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  1. My favorite thing is how the movie does its world building with little to no exposition. What are Mondoshawans, Mangalores, what alien race is the diva Plavalaguna, what wars did Korben fight in, etc. It’s not important, the movie just tells you to accept it and move on, it presents these things without explanation as if they’re already well known in the universe it is set in.

  2. I wish more movies would do this. And yet, if it’s done poorly then you get a very confused audience. So, a slight modification: I wish more movies would do this, and do it well like they did in Fifth Element 😆

  3. I know this is a spongebob reference but this actually happened to me once lmao. Me and my friend went to the zoo and no one was there to take our payment at the walk in gate so we decided to be reckless and crazy and just sneak into the zoo! Turns out it was a free zoo day 🧍‍♂️

  4. Ain’t there an episode of SpongeBob about that? 😆 Couple of mad lads over here!

  5. I love the alt text for that image. “Fortunately, the charging one has been solved now that we’ve all standardized on mini-USB. Or is it micro-USB? Shit.”

  6. You need a lil orbits machine, automatic mini donut maker

  7. There’s a little cafe near me that opened recently and they have one of these. It’s pretty fun to watch the automated conveyor belt thing flipping out fresh mini donuts while you’re waiting on your order. They placed it behind a plexiglas protector so you can watch them being made; pretty clever because it makes you want some because you know they’re freshly made.

  8. Pshh, not wanting to hunt the new 2 headed, 10 legged, 6 breasted super chickens that will roam the waste lands.

  9. 6-Breasted Super Chicken is my new band name.

  10. Wonder what the throughput of a flock of pigeons is if you strap flash drives to them instead of paper notes.

  11. I’ve heard of the sneaker net, but I’d like to call this flash wing communication.

  12. I work in a store and say "Hi" to everyone who walks in (as per store policy) and only one in ten people actually acknowledge it.

  13. I used to work at a home improvement store. I’d say “Hello!” to shoppers while walking down the aisle and they’d often immediately respond with “Fine” or “Good” and then get this hilariously confused look on their face when they realized I hadn’t asked them the anticipated “How ya doin’?”

  14. That would have earned an “I can’t believe the employees here are so rude!”

  15. They're much more worm-like than spider-like if that makes you feel better.

  16. I bred Sawdust. 3 génération starting from feeder bin mice

  17. Can I play second life on a computer in the metaverse?

  18. For the record the opposite can happen too. Water can be heated to beyond its boiling point if it’s very pure and quite still, meaning that when disturbed it will instantly flash-boil and spray hot water everywhere. It takes some doing, but it’s possible.

  19. I saw that in a chemistry lab in college. It was pretty frightening and dangerous. The prof was pissed.

  20. Pricing is such a fascinating subject. Your price signals all kinds of things about your value proposition, and the customers who do buy when you offer a higher price are often more satisfied with your service and easier to work with. You know you’ve hit the sweet spot when you get comments like “your service costs a bit more but it’s so worth it.”

  21. Your username - does it make a party horn sound when it comes out?

  22. This is the Tucker and Dale sequel I’ve been waiting for.

  23. For a store that size, you could do about $200k to $500k per year in revenue with a potential profit margin of 40% (depending on your expenses and debt, of course). I recommend joining the

  24. I’m pretty involved in the laundromat industry. It’s possible. I guess I should add the obvious disclaimer of “your results may vary depending on your situation.” Factors include owning the property, utility costs, size of your store, population density, your prices, services your store offers, labor costs, debt service, etc. Training team members to handle routine maintenance and minor repairs does have a big effect on equipment uptime (increasing income) and not relying on a distributor as much for repairs (reducing expenses).

  25. Red Hot Chili Peppers playing on the classic rock station at the breakfast diner the other day…

  26. Yup. I definitely think my playthrough of RE7 within the first week of having VR has planted something sinister in my brain.

  27. Reminds me of the sometimes heavy-handed morals from “Sword Art Online” when the protagonist talks about who you are in VR has an effect on who you are in real life. He viewed it all as the same and didn’t make much of a distinction between the two realities or personas. It was central to his character arc because his way of coping with being trapped in the VR game was to simply live his life, fully embracing his present environment as his reality instead of losing all hope. Anyway I think about that sometimes…

  28. DONT PUT YOUR KIDS IN VR I know it’s fun and everything but they could either get seriously hurt and even cause damage with there growing body’s, wait until at least 12 to put your kid in vr unless it’s just for a few minutes

  29. Plus if you die in the game then you die in real life.

  30. Anyone I've recommended that series to has never liked it :(

  31. My wife HATES the “Creepio” voice but I find it hilarious.

  32. I have both in all relevant places. I am a deity among mortals.

  33. Disagree. Pokemon are presented as being a lot more than just animals.

  34. I like how your disagreement just detailed at the end there.

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