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barge: My daughter got a camera for a birthday. One of the first things she did with it was to barge in the bathroom and take a pic of me taking a dump.
barge: My daughter got a camera for a birthday. One of the first things she did with it was to barge in the bathroom and take a pic of me taking a dump.

My daughter got a camera for a birthday. One of the first things she did with it was to barge in the bathroom and take a pic of me taking...

barge: My daughter got a camera for a birthday. One of the first things she did with it was to barge in the bathroom and take a pic of me taking a dump.
barge: My daughter got a camera for a birthday. One of the first things she did with it was to barge in the bathroom and take a pic of me taking a dump.

My daughter got a camera for a birthday. One of the first things she did with it was to barge in the bathroom and take a pic of me taking...

barge: Pink Floyd performing in Venice, 1989 Since its birth, rock music has been seen as a revolutionary force and an agent of social change. But Pink Floyd’s show in Venice on July 15th, 1989, unintentionally resulted in the mayor and the entire city council resigning in the aftermath of their performance.⁣ ⁣ Even before a note was played, residents were up in arms, saying that the vibrations caused by the music had the potential to cause harm to the ancient monuments. So the band, sympathetic to the city, agreed to reduce the volume of its performance from 100 decibels to 60, and performed from a floating barge in a lagoon 200 yards from the square.⁣ ⁣ It was the audience, which numbered 200,000, that did the most damage. Officials said that they left behind 300 tons of garbage, and because the city didn’t provide portable bathrooms, concertgoers relieved themselves on the monuments and walls.⁣ ⁣ The public outrage was immediate. At a public meeting two days later, Mayor Antonio Casellati took defense saying that there was “unusual pressure” from “RAI”, the state-run television network that profited from the concert. But his attempts at spin were shouted down with "Resign, resign, you've turned Venice into a toilet." The Venetians got their wish. Before the end of the week, the entire city council had resigned, taking Casellati — who was elected by a coalition in the council — down with them.
barge: Pink Floyd performing in Venice, 1989
Since its birth, rock music has been seen as a revolutionary force and an agent of social change. But Pink Floyd’s show in Venice on July 15th, 1989, unintentionally resulted in the mayor and the entire city council resigning in the aftermath of their performance.⁣ ⁣ Even before a note was played, residents were up in arms, saying that the vibrations caused by the music had the potential to cause harm to the ancient monuments. So the band, sympathetic to the city, agreed to reduce the volume of its performance from 100 decibels to 60, and performed from a floating barge in a lagoon 200 yards from the square.⁣ ⁣ It was the audience, which numbered 200,000, that did the most damage. Officials said that they left behind 300 tons of garbage, and because the city didn’t provide portable bathrooms, concertgoers relieved themselves on the monuments and walls.⁣ ⁣ The public outrage was immediate. At a public meeting two days later, Mayor Antonio Casellati took defense saying that there was “unusual pressure” from “RAI”, the state-run television network that profited from the concert. But his attempts at spin were shouted down with "Resign, resign, you've turned Venice into a toilet." The Venetians got their wish. Before the end of the week, the entire city council had resigned, taking Casellati — who was elected by a coalition in the council — down with them.

Since its birth, rock music has been seen as a revolutionary force and an agent of social change. But Pink Floyd’s show in Venice on July...

barge: gaaaaaaaabriel: roughly the size of a barge by ~Mhii (Probably the best thing I’ve ever seen.  Ever.)
barge: gaaaaaaaabriel:

roughly the size of a barge by ~Mhii
(Probably the best thing I’ve ever seen.  Ever.)

gaaaaaaaabriel: roughly the size of a barge by ~Mhii (Probably the best thing I’ve ever seen.  Ever.)

barge: Death Troopers The Death Troopers were...the zombified corpses of stormtroopers who happened to be unfortunate enough to be infected by Imperial bioweapons Project 171A, or "The Sickness." Project 171A was an infectious viral agent created through the use of sith alchemy. The disease was created over four thousand years before the Battle of Yavin by the sith lord Darth Drear on the snow planet of Odacer-Faustin as an attempt to gain immortality One thousand years later, during the Galactic Cold War between the Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic, Darth Scabrous attempted to recreate the virus in the hopes that he would succeed where Darth Drear failed. It was an unmitigated disaster, Scabrous failed and unleashed the virus among the students and staff of the Sith Academy on Odacer-Faustin. Eventually, all of the sith masters and sith acolytes on the planet were transformed into undead cannibalistic abominations driven by their hunger for flesh Knowledge of the virus survived millenia after the outbreak on Odacer-Faustin. Eventually this knowledge ended up in the hands of the sith lord Darth Vader during the reign of Palpatine's Galactic Empire. One year before the Battle of Yavin, Vader commissioned a scientific team from the Imperial Biological Weapons Division aboard the Star Destroyer Vector to re-engineer the virus and turn it into a weapon that could be used to further the interests of the Galactic Empire. They named it "Project Blackwing That same year, the scientific team successfully re- engineered the virus, but an accident aboard the Vector caused an outbreak aboard the ship, turning almost all of the personnel aboard the ship into bloodthirsty abominations. During the outbreak, the infected took control of the ship and used it to cripple the imperial prison barge Purge, forcing the occupants of the barge to board the Vector and become food for the abominations So I saw the Star Wars Project Blackwing post I decided to dig deeper.
barge: Death Troopers
 The Death Troopers were...the zombified corpses of
 stormtroopers who happened to be unfortunate enough to
 be infected by Imperial bioweapons Project 171A, or "The
 Sickness."
 Project 171A was an infectious viral agent created through
 the use of sith alchemy. The disease was created over four
 thousand years before the Battle of Yavin by the sith lord
 Darth Drear on the snow planet of Odacer-Faustin as an
 attempt to gain immortality
 One thousand years later, during the Galactic Cold War
 between the Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic, Darth
 Scabrous attempted to recreate the virus in the hopes that
 he would succeed where Darth Drear failed. It was an
 unmitigated disaster, Scabrous failed and unleashed the
 virus among the students and staff of the Sith Academy on
 Odacer-Faustin. Eventually, all of the sith masters and sith
 acolytes on the planet were transformed into undead
 cannibalistic abominations driven by their hunger for flesh
 Knowledge of the virus survived millenia after the outbreak
 on Odacer-Faustin. Eventually this knowledge ended up in
 the hands of the sith lord Darth Vader during the reign of
 Palpatine's Galactic Empire. One year before the Battle of
 Yavin, Vader commissioned a scientific team from the
 Imperial Biological Weapons Division aboard the Star
 Destroyer Vector to re-engineer the virus and turn it into a
 weapon that could be used to further the interests of the
 Galactic Empire. They named it "Project Blackwing
 That same year, the scientific team successfully re-
 engineered the virus, but an accident aboard the Vector
 caused an outbreak aboard the ship, turning almost all of
 the personnel aboard the ship into bloodthirsty
 abominations. During the outbreak, the infected took control
 of the ship and used it to cripple the imperial prison barge
 Purge, forcing the occupants of the barge to board the
 Vector and become food for the abominations
So I saw the Star Wars Project Blackwing post I decided to dig deeper.

So I saw the Star Wars Project Blackwing post I decided to dig deeper.