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Excess chicks in the egg industry

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Staring into the abyss and it's staring right back

That looks so good

This hits me right in the feels






Two pitbulls attack a cat

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welp, i'm dead

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Beats most fashion walks

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When laughter meets percussion

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No matter how hard I try, I'm too shy to confess my love!

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Call an ambulance, I'm laughing too hard.

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Can't stop seeing stars

Boldly go where we haven't been in a long, long time.

I needed this today

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Drone footage of a dairy farm

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I'm genuinely flabbergasted.

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A sense of impending doom

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ARGH!

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Suffering from a broken heart

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Show nature some love.

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Young woman's reaction to being asked to donate to the Democratic party after the overturning of Roe v Wade

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C'est magnifique

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When the love is out of control.

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Obi-Wan Finale

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Supreme Court Rules Against New York's Gun Permit Law

He do be dancing though

A sense of impending doom

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U.S. Supreme Court backs public money for religious schools

I don't need it, I don't even necessarily want it, but I've got some cash to burn so I'm gonna get it.

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Two neighbors having a fence dispute

Historical anomaly - greatest in eternity.

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Did somebody say 'Murica?

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  1. I work in industrial automation and worked on a project using specialized lighting and cameras to determine if the egg fountain a ma le or a female before it's hatched. Success rate, >99%.

  2. How far away is genetic modification to ensure all eggs are female from the beginning?

  3. It's because, to an old fogey, they don't know what the algorithm actually looks like (myself included). Same with youtube..

  4. Facebook uses your data to sell you shit you're more likely to buy and thus businesses are more likely to want to advertise to you, which makes Facebook money. In an ideal world, there would be no ads, but there are, so might as well shot me something I might actually buy.

  5. I'm surprised people think this is unique to TikTok. All kinds of social media are built around collecting and selling your data. It's just that that happens in the U.S and people do get a little fear mongery around China. Ideally no one would track our data, but let's be honest it's happening everywhere and you are no worse off with China having your data than you are with Facebook having your data.

  6. Cambridge analytica debacle aside, Facebook doesn't make money selling your data. Facebook makes money by telling businesses who to target to best sell their products and it works. Facebook doesn't want others to get the data because that's their competitive advantage - a platform to advertise directly to known people on and the data to tell businesses who will buy their shit.

  7. Raiding settlements in Fallout, by the looks of it...

  8. So how exactly would things actually be better if the SCC actually abolished the SPD? This situation was completely predictable.

  9. Yeah, SPD over reacted to the umbrella, people got feisty, tear gas and bang balls were used, blah blah blah. The next day SPD learned from their mistakes and posted up further away from the barrier they laid out to avoid the same bullshit happening again. They did a great job there.

  10. No they did a shitty job by gassing people in the first place because they got their feelings hurt.

  11. Fuck the coast guard. What they hell do they have to do with rivers anyway? They should shut the fuck up and stop carrying rich yacht owner's water.

  12. Yes. Unless you use your dog for hunting (in which case, your dog must be trained to hunt a specific thing. Yorkshire Terriers, for instance, often work on farms killing mice and rats. And Great Pyrenees are bred and trained to kill coyotes and tree bears that threaten livestock), if it attacks another person or animal completely unprovoked, then they get put down.

  13. Depends, are the EU books still cannon? If so, definitely Luke and not even close. He was pushing around planets with the force. Even still, Luke did to a group of supposedly unstoppable robots what Vader did to regular people.

  14. Please don't give money to anyone that brings children as a sympathy prop.

  15. Don't give money to anyone on the street period. There are plenty of charities who are much more efficient at getting people help than direct money ever will. Give food instead.

  16. He does exhibit a few skills not everyone has; he has poise and sass, and his way of walking catches the eye and keeps it riveted. He can wear pretty much anything, no matter how uncomfortable or strange, and not change his facial expression or his walk in excess. And he has intensity, in his walk and eyes. All of those are desirable qualities in catwalk models, drag queens and probably a few more professions.

  17. It's fucking wild to me that walking down a runway with some shit on is considered professional anything. It's such an insular stupid thing in my opinion.

  18. Well, you're obviously free to your own opinion on this. It's understandable that it seems trivial to some.

  19. I'm probably a bit biased by hanging back stage at a show once. It was for charity and my wife was contacted by a designer to wear something and do a ballet solo (she used to dance before too many injuries piled up). She was getting her outfit put on while she warmed up and stretched and then went out and did a killer solo while the models were all backstage talking about how hard and stressful it was while pounding energy drinks. All they had to do was go walk out there and walk back - no skill involved and acted like it was the most difficult thing.

  20. Its also true that cutting back on expenses does add up surprisingly fast. My internet bill went from $110 --> 65 by switching away from Comcast. That is $550 per year. 1/20th of the way there. Instead of going out to eat 4 times per week, only go out twice / week. That will easily save you $100/week which is $5000 per year right there. Cutting back on meat will save a hefty some. Moving to a cheaper Gym will save $1000. Inviting friends over instead of going out will save hundreds.

  21. I doubt you'd find many who can cut $10k who aren't doing just fine. That's the point of it's harder to cut $10k than to earn $10k more. The rest of his point was dumb of course.

  22. Jon Stewart literally wrote a book that made fun of the process of government. It's actually pretty informative and funny.

  23. I still remember the pin the robe on the justice page and the color by numbers senator page.

  24. Cool. Since sworn testimony was "entirely false," I'm sure perjury charges are incoming. Right?

  25. Depends on where in the Midwest. Iowa corn creates the most hellacious heat on Earth due to the plants perspiring.

  26. That's just art imitating life. As much as you believe otherwise, once you have kids, that's pretty much all you do. But it's a biological imperative to have them, so we're stuck.

  27. Unless you have money, then they're the nanny's problem while you do your thing and take ownership of them once they're capable of human reasoning and communication like the middle ages. Well, like fathers in the middle ages. Wealthy fathers.

  28. Yes, quite a few of those where I live but that makes shittily adjusted children. Bonding time is important at those ages and while they think otherwise, the kids do know who their real parents are and who the nanny is. There's one down the street who doesn't even work anymore and goes to hang out with all the other rich moms every day while the nanny does her thing until her husband gets home. Pretty sad really. My kid is way more socially adjusted at a younger age than either of hers and he's been locked up for most of covid.

  29. Oat milk is delicious and has one of the lowest carbon and water footprints of plant-based milk (only barely beaten out by rice milk). It requires something like 1/20th of the total water used to produce an equivalent amount of cow's milk.

  30. Except I can't find organic oat milk and all non-organic oats are covered in glyphosate (roundup).

  31. My shopping trips are about to get a lot more complicated

  32. Yeah it sucks. Like trying to find baked goods with unbleached wheat flour when you want to binge something. Eventually you learn to just not buy anything at the shitty grocery stores and watch your paycheck get set on fire at whole foods and the like. The nice side effect is that I'm much skinnier now because I can't afford to eat as much and consequently, I feel better, so it's not all bad.

  33. Yep. Not ready for a bunch of complaining children who can't be bothered to get off their asses and vote. The world would be a very different place if the younger generations fucking voted in force like the older ones do.

  34. Whoa whoa whoa. The Constitution isn't perfect, but lets not blame some guys from 250 years ago for problems today. It wouldn't be fair to blame ourselves for problems in 2272, right? We've had hundreds of years of history to make progress against problems regarding elections and proportional representation.

  35. I'm pretty sure if anyone is still alive in 2272, they will most definitely blame us for however fucked up the planet is and rightly so.

  36. Nobody ever goes for the chest console

  37. Because the Supreme Court isn’t corrupted, it’s divisive because primarily conservative.

  38. When a wife of a supreme is trying to get the election overturned through illegal means, that is corruption when that supreme refused to resign.

  39. Just about the only foolish move she ever made. Why RBG, why???

  40. Only takes 1 bad move to ruin a legacy, which is what happened. Basically everything she fought for will be undone because she refused to retire.

  41. so true. To put it in a different context, you know why many old people are generally nicer than younger ones? Because they already got theirs. It has little to do with them growing up/becoming wiser/etc. It's that they got theirs. Now they can afford to be nice. But growing up, you gotta fight like a dog for every fucking scrap.

  42. If only this were true for the current gen (later silents and the boomers) who currently rule congress. They got theirs but still want more.

  43. I wouldn’t go as far as to describe being poor as not having cable tv…. Not by a long shot.

  44. Actually, it's a pretty good gauge of being poor in the US. Cable isn't that expensive, but it's unnecessary although everyone used to want it. If you couldn't afford it, that meant you were only meeting your very basic needs. It would be the same as not having internet today.

  45. I am a contractor, everytime I build a new house. I DREAD putting fencing in because without fail, every single house I build, have neighbors running out & flipping a shit.

  46. Getting my fence replaced in a few days and I told the neighbor behind me and he just shrugged and didn't seem to care. They have their own fence that's on a retaining wall and separated by a foot and even have something holding up my falling down fence (I bought the house recently.) He didn't want to talk at all, kind of a dick, but I doubt he'll make a fuss unless I start fucking up his plants. We'll see in a few days I guess.

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