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it-also-means: It also means you’re gay
it-also-means: It also means you’re gay

It also means you’re gay

it-also-means: If Alabama is son of Satan it means that Sven or DEEEP is Satan so it also means that Pewdiepie is master of Satan
it-also-means: If Alabama is son of Satan it means that Sven or DEEEP is Satan so it also means that Pewdiepie is master of Satan

If Alabama is son of Satan it means that Sven or DEEEP is Satan so it also means that Pewdiepie is master of Satan

it-also-means: It also means Now Ordering
it-also-means: It also means Now Ordering

It also means Now Ordering

it-also-means: When you sneeze and accidentally punch yourself in the chest and it REALLY HURTS because its tender but it also means your boobs are growing
it-also-means: When you sneeze and accidentally punch yourself in the chest and it REALLY HURTS because its tender but it also means your boobs are growing

When you sneeze and accidentally punch yourself in the chest and it REALLY HURTS because its tender but it also means your boobs are growing

it-also-means: 11 months ago Edited SHAne Hey there I understand that coming to new apps can be a pain and hard to learn and understand. And. yes, unfortunately as-far as social-media is concerned (especially to gamers) Discord is the GREATEST THING EVER. We often joke when someone even so much as mentions Skype as a formerly-used item. Really the Discord Ul is designed FOR the gaming community. If you're not a direct gamer than you don't understand 'Discord' as is. Unfortunately that being the case it also means they're not going to change Discord just because a very small handful of users do not understand it's Ul or like it's inter-phases. Discord is not going to provide 'old profile pictures' because sometimes (as a gamer I know) we like to go incognito for awhile. We just "vanish" from our old-friends. We meet new people, we act completely different for awhile, new name, new profile-picture, new character. new person. That's just how people are with-in the gaming world. I can not bring you comfort and tell you why we do this, or that we'll ever stop. I can not even give you a solid alternative to connect with your friends. For that, I am sorry. But Discord is designed for the gaming community and it fits us perfectly. The UI (to gamers) is often viewed as perfectly set-up. It just takes a few minutes before you get the hang of it. But for the 'no-name' thing.. Discord does provide names? I don't understand the issue with that. Click the home button. (top-left) You can see all the servers you're in. (left-side) They're in icon form by default but you can mouse-over them and the name of that server will appear. Just to the right of that you see all of your recent direct-message conversations. With images and their names provided to their right. I've never 'lost' a friend because of Discord. Also. You can add 'notes' to people by clicking on their profile. Inter-phases
it-also-means: 11 months ago
 Edited
 SHAne
 Hey there
 I understand that coming to new apps can be a pain and hard to learn and understand.
 And. yes, unfortunately as-far as social-media is concerned (especially to gamers) Discord is the GREATEST THING
 EVER. We often joke when someone even so much as mentions Skype as a formerly-used item.
 Really the Discord Ul is designed FOR the gaming community. If you're not a direct gamer than you don't
 understand 'Discord' as is. Unfortunately that being the case it also means they're not going to change Discord
 just because a very small handful of users do not understand it's Ul or like it's inter-phases.
 Discord is not going to provide 'old profile pictures' because sometimes (as a gamer I know) we like to go
 incognito for awhile. We just "vanish" from our old-friends. We meet new people, we act completely different for
 awhile, new name, new profile-picture, new character. new person. That's just how people are with-in the gaming
 world.
 I can not bring you comfort and tell you why we do this, or that we'll ever stop. I can not even give you a solid
 alternative to connect with your friends. For that, I am sorry. But Discord is designed for the gaming community
 and it fits us perfectly.
 The UI (to gamers) is often viewed as perfectly set-up. It just takes a few minutes before you get the hang of it.
 But for the 'no-name' thing..
 Discord does provide names? I don't understand the issue with that.
 Click the home button. (top-left)
 You can see all the servers you're in. (left-side)
 They're in icon form by default but you can mouse-over them and the name of that server will appear.
 Just to the right of that you see all of your recent direct-message conversations.
 With images and their names provided to their right.
 I've never 'lost' a friend because of Discord.
 Also. You can add 'notes' to people by clicking on their profile.
Inter-phases

Inter-phases

it-also-means: 20:16 1 20:17 1 ll LTE O ul LTE O r/FortWorth 1 Share u/DearDyllan • 4h Did anyone else receive a "blue alert"? Houston area, cop was killed. They posted the guys photo and let folks know what's going on. https://kicks105.com/houston-area-police- officer-killed-blue-alert-issued-for-suspect/ Reply 19 EMERGENCY ALERTS Unless they plan to do that immediately with every murder then they should just leave me alone. I don't mind silver and Amber alerts because I might actually be able to do something but a random cop being shot I'm not doing anything for nor calling anything in. They are under no obligation to protect and serve the public l'm under no obligation to give a shit about them. Don't interrupt my work day for garbage. Emaraancu Alort EMERGENCY ALERTS Emergency Alert DPS ISSUES BLUE ALERT ON BEHALF OF HARRIS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 1 22 HTTPS //cutt.ly/DE5DI60 It also means that people start ignoring alerts that actually MAY be useful to the public. Examples include tornado warnings and watches, Amber and Silver Alerts. Settings 1 10 Don't interrupt my work dav for garbage. Police officer was murdered in Texas. The state issued one of the first “Blue Alert” (for an officer being killed and the suspect on the run) which is sent out like an “Amber Alert”. Redditors say they are inconvenienced by alert and call it garbage.
it-also-means: 20:16 1
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 u/DearDyllan • 4h
 Did anyone else receive a "blue
 alert"?
 Houston area, cop was killed. They posted the
 guys photo and let folks know what's going on.
 https://kicks105.com/houston-area-police-
 officer-killed-blue-alert-issued-for-suspect/
 Reply
 19
 EMERGENCY ALERTS
 Unless they plan to do that immediately with
 every murder then they should just leave me
 alone. I don't mind silver and Amber alerts
 because I might actually be able to do
 something but a random cop being shot I'm
 not doing anything for nor calling anything in.
 They are under no obligation to protect and
 serve the public l'm under no obligation to give
 a shit about them. Don't interrupt my work day
 for garbage.
 Emaraancu Alort
 EMERGENCY ALERTS
 Emergency Alert
 DPS ISSUES BLUE ALERT ON BEHALF OF
 HARRIS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
 1 22
 HTTPS //cutt.ly/DE5DI60
 It also means that people start ignoring
 alerts that actually MAY be useful to the
 public. Examples include tornado warnings
 and watches, Amber and Silver Alerts.
 Settings
 1 10
 Don't interrupt my work dav for garbage.
Police officer was murdered in Texas. The state issued one of the first “Blue Alert” (for an officer being killed and the suspect on the run) which is sent out like an “Amber Alert”. Redditors say they are inconvenienced by alert and call it garbage.

Police officer was murdered in Texas. The state issued one of the first “Blue Alert” (for an officer being killed and the suspect on the...

it-also-means: Many people enjoy going to museums to see artifacts from the past in order to learn about what things may have been like back then or how people from the past used to behave. This opportunity is jeopardized, however, when people are selectively choosing which artifacts should be displayed for their own benefit. The most important consideration a person should face when selecting a work of art to put in a museums is whether they are choosing the artifact their for their own benefit, or to show viewers a magnificent piece of art from the past so that they can learn. The most important things to think about are your intentions when putting a piece of art is a museum. Source e demonstrates this when it speaks about the selective nature of Colonial Williamsburg and how he "perverted" thought by only displaying what would benefit himself People hiding the faults of his society and showing only what he wants makes museums less credible. No one would be able to know about the flaws societies had, so they would miss out on a piece of history which limits the opportunities to learn. Since there isn't as much to gain from only looking at one side of the story, people would stop coming to meuseums which would lead to them closing, so this illustrates why people should refrain from putting things in museums simply because they gain from it while ignoring what the public wants On top of hiding works, Commercialism also shouldn't be allowed in museums. Doc 2 demonstrates this when it speaks about how commercialism would lead to meuseums having "little justification for existence. This doc makes a good point because if you have commercialism in a museums, it means workers will be less passionate about history but instead more concerned about getting their pay check. It also means museums will strive less to attain magnificent artifacts and pieces of art and instead get mediocre ones will using as little money and effort as possible. These actions would lead to consumers not wanting to visit the museum because they'll expect to see unmotivated workers and boring works. Thus, people shouldn't get works that are just for their own benefit and instead make sure that their purpose is to get works to please the public Source c helps illustrate my claim that it's important to not be selfish but instead get works that people will enjoy when it speaks about the national Museum of the American Indian. Source c demonstrates an example of a museum that is pushing to please the public by collecting works from a variety of cultures in order to please the public. Exhibits at the museum containing these works would attract Indian consumers who would want to learn more about their past, however it wouldn't only be Indians. The U.S. has a history of oppressing native Americans so many people would want to visit this museum to learn more about this history. By focusing more on bringing things that the audience would like instead of their own desires, the workers at the museum succeed in gaining consumers which demonstrates why we need to think about the viewers when choosing which artifacts to display Could someone look over this synthesis essay? It's 2007 Form B
it-also-means: Many people enjoy going to museums to see artifacts from the past in order to learn about what
 things may have been like back then or how people from the past used to behave. This
 opportunity is jeopardized, however, when people are selectively choosing which artifacts
 should be displayed for their own benefit. The most important consideration a person should
 face when selecting a work of art to put in a museums is whether they are choosing the artifact
 their for their own benefit, or to show viewers a magnificent piece of art from the past so that
 they can learn.
 The most important things to think about are your intentions when putting a piece of art is a
 museum. Source e demonstrates this when it speaks about the selective nature of Colonial
 Williamsburg and how he "perverted" thought by only displaying what would benefit himself
 People hiding the faults of his society and showing only what he wants makes museums less
 credible. No one would be able to know about the flaws societies had, so they would miss out
 on a piece of history which limits the opportunities to learn. Since there isn't as much to gain
 from only looking at one side of the story, people would stop coming to meuseums which would
 lead to them closing, so this illustrates why people should refrain from putting things in
 museums simply because they gain from it while ignoring what the public wants
 On top of hiding works, Commercialism also shouldn't be allowed in museums. Doc 2
 demonstrates this when it speaks about how commercialism would lead to meuseums having
 "little justification for existence. This doc makes a good point because if you have
 commercialism in a museums, it means workers will be less passionate about history but
 instead more concerned about getting their pay check. It also means museums will strive less to
 attain magnificent artifacts and pieces of art and instead get mediocre ones will using as little
 money and effort as possible. These actions would lead to consumers not wanting to visit the
 museum because they'll expect to see unmotivated workers and boring works. Thus, people
 shouldn't get works that are just for their own benefit and instead make sure that their purpose is
 to get works to please the public
 Source c helps illustrate my claim that it's important to not be selfish but instead get works that
 people will enjoy when it speaks about the national Museum of the American Indian. Source c
 demonstrates an example of a museum that is pushing to please the public by collecting works
 from a variety of cultures in order to please the public. Exhibits at the museum containing these
 works would attract Indian consumers who would want to learn more about their past, however
 it wouldn't only be Indians. The U.S. has a history of oppressing native Americans so many
 people would want to visit this museum to learn more about this history. By focusing more on
 bringing things that the audience would like instead of their own desires, the workers at the
 museum succeed in gaining consumers which demonstrates why we need to think about the
 viewers when choosing which artifacts to display
Could someone look over this synthesis essay? It's 2007 Form B

Could someone look over this synthesis essay? It's 2007 Form B

it-also-means: colonelmagpie Theory: Nobody who writes physics textbook gives any fucks Evidence: Q2S.12 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2, p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel- low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must have very strange-looking eyes, have some means of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.) colonelmagpie Update: Legolas' pupils drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment. are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now And they told you science was no fun. colonelmagpie 0.035 m 3.5 com Lagelas' papls in ioneter esse 35c Lgales! Whot de yaur Elf-eyes se THEY'RE TAKING THE HOBBITS TO SENGARD Science! colonelmagpie I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in glumshoe Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible. But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs. an-actual-stone you mean like ontologicalidiot @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine haunts your nightmares sidereanuncia I shall never find peace. Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the same as that of Earth. sindri42 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves. solwardenclyffe Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel the straight path across it. So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic. sindri42 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth? That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit lady-of-greenwood Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too much in this post a-bore-of-a-whore Elves are flat-earthers cheattoe This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage yourownpetard This post really was a rollercoaster. odinoco for elves it was a straight line #oh hey it's t his post :d Source: sidereanuncia #it mutated since i last saw it ... See all
it-also-means: colonelmagpie
 Theory: Nobody who writes
 physics textbook gives any fucks
 Evidence:
 Q2S.12
 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2,
 p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately
 count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel-
 low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make
 appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must
 have very strange-looking eyes, have some means
 of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky
 guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.)
 colonelmagpie
 Update: Legolas' pupils
 drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment.
 are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now
 And they told you science was no fun.
 colonelmagpie
 0.035 m
 3.5 com
 Lagelas' papls
 in ioneter
 esse 35c
 Lgales! Whot de
 yaur Elf-eyes se
 THEY'RE
 TAKING
 THE
 HOBBITS
 TO
 SENGARD
 Science!
 colonelmagpie
 I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in
 glumshoe
 Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5
 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means
 that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is
 less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic
 and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around
 the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to
 be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the
 horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between
 Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible.
 But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs.
 an-actual-stone
 you mean like
 ontologicalidiot
 @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine
 haunts your nightmares
 sidereanuncia
 I shall never find peace.
 Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely
 no reason
 to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the
 same as that of Earth.
 sindri42
 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves.
 solwardenclyffe
 Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was
 curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing
 access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel
 the straight path across it.
 So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic.
 sindri42
 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves
 just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth?
 That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good
 your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning
 the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while
 everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit
 lady-of-greenwood
 Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too
 much in this post
 a-bore-of-a-whore
 Elves are flat-earthers
 cheattoe
 This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought
 back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon
 explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage
 yourownpetard
 This post really
 was a rollercoaster.
 odinoco
 for elves it was a straight line
 #oh hey it's t his post :d
 Source: sidereanuncia
 #it mutated since i last saw it
 ... See all
it-also-means: colonelmagpie Theory: Nobody who writes a physics textbook gives any fucks Evidence: In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2 p.32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel- low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must have very strange-looking eyes, have some means of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.) Q25.12 colonelmagpie Update: Legolas pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now drawing kawai Legolas on physics assignment. And they told you science was no fun. colonelmagpie 0.035 m 3.S.co Ligalae papls e 55em Lgalae bhot de your Elf-eyersce THEY'RE TAKING THE C HOBBITS TO SENG ARD Science colonelmagple Im going to do it. Im going to hand it in. glumshoe Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around the planet. If they were standing on a hil, it would have to be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between. Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs. an-actual-stone you mean like ontologicalidiot esidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine haunts your nightmares sidereanuncia I shall never find peace. Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the same as that of Earth sindri42 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves. 2 solwardenclyffe Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel the straight path across it. So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic sindri42 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth? That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while everybody else is limited by this horizon' bullshit lady-of-greenwood Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too much in this post a-bore-of-a-whore Elves are flat-earthers cheattoe This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage yourownpetard This post really was a rollercoaster. odinoco for elves it was a straight line Source: sidereanuncia oh hey it's this post d #it mutated since i last saw it -See all
it-also-means: colonelmagpie
 Theory: Nobody who writes a
 physics textbook gives any fucks
 Evidence:
 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2
 p.32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately
 count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel-
 low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make
 appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must
 have very strange-looking eyes, have some means
 of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky
 guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.)
 Q25.12
 colonelmagpie
 Update: Legolas pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now
 drawing kawai Legolas on physics assignment.
 And they told you science was no fun.
 colonelmagpie
 0.035 m 3.S.co
 Ligalae papls
 e 55em
 Lgalae bhot de
 your Elf-eyersce
 THEY'RE
 TAKING
 THE
 C
 HOBBITS
 TO
 SENG ARD
 Science
 colonelmagple
 Im going to do it. Im going to hand it in.
 glumshoe
 Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5
 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means
 that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is
 less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic
 and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around
 the planet. If they were standing on a hil, it would have to
 be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the
 horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between.
 Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible
 But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs.
 an-actual-stone
 you mean like
 ontologicalidiot
 esidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine
 haunts your nightmares
 sidereanuncia
 I shall never find peace.
 Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason
 to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the
 same as that of Earth
 sindri42
 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves.
 2 solwardenclyffe
 Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was
 curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing
 access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel
 the straight path across it.
 So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic
 sindri42
 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves
 just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth?
 That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good
 your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning
 the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while
 everybody else is limited by this horizon' bullshit
 lady-of-greenwood
 Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too
 much in this post
 a-bore-of-a-whore
 Elves are flat-earthers
 cheattoe
 This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought
 back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon
 explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage
 yourownpetard
 This post really was a rollercoaster.
 odinoco
 for elves it was a straight line
 Source: sidereanuncia oh hey it's this post d
 #it mutated since i last saw it
 -See all
it-also-means: colonelmagpie Theory: Nobody who writes a physics textbook gives any fucks Evidence: In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2 p.32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel- low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must have very strange-looking eyes, have some means of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.) Q25.12 colonelmagpie Update: Legolas pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now drawing kawai Legolas on physics assignment. And they told you science was no fun. colonelmagpie 0.035 m 3.S.co Ligalae papls e 55em Lgalae bhot de your Elf-eyersce THEY'RE TAKING THE C HOBBITS TO SENG ARD Science colonelmagple Im going to do it. Im going to hand it in. glumshoe Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around the planet. If they were standing on a hil, it would have to be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between. Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs. an-actual-stone you mean like ontologicalidiot esidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine haunts your nightmares sidereanuncia I shall never find peace. Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the same as that of Earth sindri42 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves. 2 solwardenclyffe Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel the straight path across it. So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic sindri42 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth? That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while everybody else is limited by this horizon' bullshit lady-of-greenwood Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too much in this post a-bore-of-a-whore Elves are flat-earthers cheattoe This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage yourownpetard This post really was a rollercoaster. odinoco for elves it was a straight line Source: sidereanuncia oh hey it's this post d #it mutated since i last saw it -See all
it-also-means: colonelmagpie
 Theory: Nobody who writes a
 physics textbook gives any fucks
 Evidence:
 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2
 p.32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately
 count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel-
 low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make
 appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must
 have very strange-looking eyes, have some means
 of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky
 guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.)
 Q25.12
 colonelmagpie
 Update: Legolas pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now
 drawing kawai Legolas on physics assignment.
 And they told you science was no fun.
 colonelmagpie
 0.035 m 3.S.co
 Ligalae papls
 e 55em
 Lgalae bhot de
 your Elf-eyersce
 THEY'RE
 TAKING
 THE
 C
 HOBBITS
 TO
 SENG ARD
 Science
 colonelmagple
 Im going to do it. Im going to hand it in.
 glumshoe
 Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5
 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means
 that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is
 less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic
 and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around
 the planet. If they were standing on a hil, it would have to
 be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the
 horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between.
 Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible
 But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs.
 an-actual-stone
 you mean like
 ontologicalidiot
 esidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine
 haunts your nightmares
 sidereanuncia
 I shall never find peace.
 Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason
 to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the
 same as that of Earth
 sindri42
 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves.
 2 solwardenclyffe
 Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was
 curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing
 access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel
 the straight path across it.
 So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic
 sindri42
 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves
 just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth?
 That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good
 your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning
 the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while
 everybody else is limited by this horizon' bullshit
 lady-of-greenwood
 Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too
 much in this post
 a-bore-of-a-whore
 Elves are flat-earthers
 cheattoe
 This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought
 back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon
 explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage
 yourownpetard
 This post really was a rollercoaster.
 odinoco
 for elves it was a straight line
 Source: sidereanuncia oh hey it's this post d
 #it mutated since i last saw it
 -See all
it-also-means: colonelmagpie Theory: Nobody who writes a physics textbook gives any fucks Evidence: In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2 p.32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel- low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must have very strange-looking eyes, have some means of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.) Q2s.12 colonelmagpie Update: Legolas pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now drawing kawai Legolas on physics assignment. And they told you science was no fun. colonelmagpie 0.035 m 3.5 co Ligala ipls 5.5em Lgalae hhot de your Elf-byes seoe THEY'RE TAKING THE HOBBLTS CC TO SENG ARD Science! colonelmagpie I'm going to do it. Im going to hand it in glumshoe Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around the planet. If they were standing on a hil, it would have to be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between. Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs. an-actual-stone you mean like ontologicalidiot esidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine haunts your nightmares sidereanuncia I shall never find peace. Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the same as that of Earth sindri42 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves. 2 solwardenclyffe Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel the straight path across it. So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic sindri42 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth? That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good your optics got you would always want elf eyes manning the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit lady-of-greenwood Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too much in this post a-bore-of-a-whore Elves are flat-earthers cheattoe This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage Fyourownpetard This post really was a rollercoaster. odinoco for elves it was a straight line Source: sidereanuncia oh hey it's this post d #it mutated since i last saw it , See all
it-also-means: colonelmagpie
 Theory: Nobody who writes a
 physics textbook gives any fucks
 Evidence:
 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2
 p.32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately
 count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel-
 low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make
 appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must
 have very strange-looking eyes, have some means
 of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky
 guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.)
 Q2s.12
 colonelmagpie
 Update: Legolas pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now
 drawing kawai Legolas on physics assignment.
 And they told you science was no fun.
 colonelmagpie
 0.035 m
 3.5 co
 Ligala ipls 5.5em
 Lgalae hhot de
 your Elf-byes seoe
 THEY'RE
 TAKING
 THE
 HOBBLTS CC
 TO
 SENG ARD
 Science!
 colonelmagpie
 I'm going to do it. Im going to hand it in
 glumshoe
 Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5
 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means
 that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is
 less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic
 and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around
 the planet. If they were standing on a hil, it would have to
 be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the
 horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between.
 Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible
 But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs.
 an-actual-stone
 you mean like
 ontologicalidiot
 esidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine
 haunts your nightmares
 sidereanuncia
 I shall never find peace.
 Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason
 to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the
 same as that of Earth
 sindri42
 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves.
 2 solwardenclyffe
 Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was
 curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing
 access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel
 the straight path across it.
 So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic
 sindri42
 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves
 just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth?
 That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good
 your optics got you would always want elf eyes manning
 the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while
 everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit
 lady-of-greenwood
 Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too
 much in this post
 a-bore-of-a-whore
 Elves are flat-earthers
 cheattoe
 This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought
 back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon
 explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage
 Fyourownpetard
 This post really was a rollercoaster.
 odinoco
 for elves it was a straight line
 Source: sidereanuncia oh hey it's this post d
 #it mutated since i last saw it
 , See all
it-also-means: colonelmagpie Theory: Nobody who writes a physics textbook gives any fucks Evidence: Q2S.12 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2, p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel- low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must have very strange-looking eyes, have some means of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.) colonelmagpie Update: Legolas' pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment. And they told you science was no fun. colonelmagpie 0.035 m 3,5 cm Lagclas' papls cen n diomeler esre 35ca gales Whol do Sees yaur Elf-eyes THEY'RE TAKING THE HOBBITS TO SENG ARD Science! colonelmagpie I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in. glumshoe Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between. Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible. But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs. an-actual-stone you mean like NL ontologicalidiot @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine haunts your nightmares sidereanuncia I shall never find peace. Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the same as that of Earth. sindri42 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves. solwardenclyffe Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel the straight path across it. So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic. sindri42 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth? That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit. lady-of-greenwood Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too much in this post a-bore-of-a-whore Elves are flat-earthers cheattoe This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage WILE yourownpetard oγ This post really was a rollercoaster. odinoco for elves it was a straight line #oh hey it's t his post :d .See all Source: sidereanuncia #it mutated since i last saw it
it-also-means: colonelmagpie
 Theory: Nobody who writes a
 physics textbook gives any fucks
 Evidence:
 Q2S.12 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2,
 p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately
 count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel-
 low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make
 appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must
 have very strange-looking eyes, have some means
 of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky
 guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.)
 colonelmagpie
 Update: Legolas' pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now
 drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment.
 And they told you science was no fun.
 colonelmagpie
 0.035 m
 3,5 cm
 Lagclas' papls cen
 n diomeler
 esre 35ca
 gales Whol do
 Sees
 yaur Elf-eyes
 THEY'RE
 TAKING
 THE
 HOBBITS
 TO
 SENG ARD
 Science!
 colonelmagpie
 I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in.
 glumshoe
 Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5
 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means
 that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is
 less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic
 and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around
 the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to
 be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the
 horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between.
 Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible.
 But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs.
 an-actual-stone
 you mean like
 NL
 ontologicalidiot
 @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine
 haunts your nightmares
 sidereanuncia
 I shall never find peace.
 Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason
 to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the
 same as that of Earth.
 sindri42
 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves.
 solwardenclyffe
 Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was
 curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing
 access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel
 the straight path across it.
 So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic.
 sindri42
 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves
 just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth?
 That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good
 your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning
 the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while
 everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit.
 lady-of-greenwood
 Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too
 much in this post
 a-bore-of-a-whore
 Elves are flat-earthers
 cheattoe
 This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought
 back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon
 explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage
 WILE
 yourownpetard
 oγ
 This post really was a rollercoaster.
 odinoco
 for elves it was a straight line
 #oh hey it's t his post :d
 .See all
 Source: sidereanuncia
 #it mutated since i last saw it
it-also-means: colonelmagpie Theory: Nobody who writes a physics textbook gives any fucks Evidence: Q2S.12 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2, p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel- low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must have very strange-looking eyes, have some means of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.) colonelmagpie Update: Legolas' pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment. And they told you science was no fun. colonelmagpie 0.035 m 3,5 cm Lagclas' papls cen n diomeler esre 35ca gales Whol do Sees yaur Elf-eyes THEY'RE TAKING THE HOBBITS TO SENG ARD Science! colonelmagpie I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in. glumshoe Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between. Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible. But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs. an-actual-stone you mean like NL ontologicalidiot @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine haunts your nightmares sidereanuncia I shall never find peace. Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the same as that of Earth. sindri42 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves. solwardenclyffe Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel the straight path across it. So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic. sindri42 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth? That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit. lady-of-greenwood Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too much in this post a-bore-of-a-whore Elves are flat-earthers cheattoe This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage WILE yourownpetard oγ This post really was a rollercoaster. odinoco for elves it was a straight line #oh hey it's t his post :d .See all Source: sidereanuncia #it mutated since i last saw it
it-also-means: colonelmagpie
 Theory: Nobody who writes a
 physics textbook gives any fucks
 Evidence:
 Q2S.12 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2,
 p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately
 count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel-
 low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make
 appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must
 have very strange-looking eyes, have some means
 of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky
 guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.)
 colonelmagpie
 Update: Legolas' pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now
 drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment.
 And they told you science was no fun.
 colonelmagpie
 0.035 m
 3,5 cm
 Lagclas' papls cen
 n diomeler
 esre 35ca
 gales Whol do
 Sees
 yaur Elf-eyes
 THEY'RE
 TAKING
 THE
 HOBBITS
 TO
 SENG ARD
 Science!
 colonelmagpie
 I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in.
 glumshoe
 Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5
 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means
 that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is
 less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic
 and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around
 the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to
 be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the
 horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between.
 Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible.
 But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs.
 an-actual-stone
 you mean like
 NL
 ontologicalidiot
 @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine
 haunts your nightmares
 sidereanuncia
 I shall never find peace.
 Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason
 to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the
 same as that of Earth.
 sindri42
 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves.
 solwardenclyffe
 Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was
 curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing
 access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel
 the straight path across it.
 So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic.
 sindri42
 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves
 just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth?
 That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good
 your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning
 the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while
 everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit.
 lady-of-greenwood
 Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too
 much in this post
 a-bore-of-a-whore
 Elves are flat-earthers
 cheattoe
 This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought
 back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon
 explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage
 WILE
 yourownpetard
 oγ
 This post really was a rollercoaster.
 odinoco
 for elves it was a straight line
 #oh hey it's t his post :d
 .See all
 Source: sidereanuncia
 #it mutated since i last saw it
it-also-means: colonelmagpie Theory: Nobody who writes a physics textbook gives any fucks Evidence: Q2S.12 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2, p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel- low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must have very strange-looking eyes, have some means of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.) colonelmagpie Update: Legolas' pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment. And they told you science was no fun. colonelmagpie 0.035 m 3,5 cm Lagclas' papls cen n diomeler esre 35ca gales Whol do Sees yaur Elf-eyes THEY'RE TAKING THE HOBBITS TO SENG ARD Science! colonelmagpie I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in. glumshoe Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between. Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible. But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs. an-actual-stone you mean like NL ontologicalidiot @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine haunts your nightmares sidereanuncia I shall never find peace. Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the same as that of Earth. sindri42 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves. solwardenclyffe Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel the straight path across it. So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic. sindri42 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth? That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit. lady-of-greenwood Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too much in this post a-bore-of-a-whore Elves are flat-earthers cheattoe This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage WILE yourownpetard oγ This post really was a rollercoaster. odinoco for elves it was a straight line #oh hey it's t his post :d .See all Source: sidereanuncia #it mutated since i last saw it
it-also-means: colonelmagpie
 Theory: Nobody who writes a
 physics textbook gives any fucks
 Evidence:
 Q2S.12 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2,
 p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately
 count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel-
 low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make
 appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must
 have very strange-looking eyes, have some means
 of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky
 guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.)
 colonelmagpie
 Update: Legolas' pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now
 drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment.
 And they told you science was no fun.
 colonelmagpie
 0.035 m
 3,5 cm
 Lagclas' papls cen
 n diomeler
 esre 35ca
 gales Whol do
 Sees
 yaur Elf-eyes
 THEY'RE
 TAKING
 THE
 HOBBITS
 TO
 SENG ARD
 Science!
 colonelmagpie
 I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in.
 glumshoe
 Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5
 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means
 that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is
 less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic
 and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around
 the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to
 be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the
 horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between.
 Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible.
 But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs.
 an-actual-stone
 you mean like
 NL
 ontologicalidiot
 @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine
 haunts your nightmares
 sidereanuncia
 I shall never find peace.
 Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason
 to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the
 same as that of Earth.
 sindri42
 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves.
 solwardenclyffe
 Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was
 curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing
 access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel
 the straight path across it.
 So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic.
 sindri42
 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves
 just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth?
 That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good
 your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning
 the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while
 everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit.
 lady-of-greenwood
 Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too
 much in this post
 a-bore-of-a-whore
 Elves are flat-earthers
 cheattoe
 This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought
 back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon
 explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage
 WILE
 yourownpetard
 oγ
 This post really was a rollercoaster.
 odinoco
 for elves it was a straight line
 #oh hey it's t his post :d
 .See all
 Source: sidereanuncia
 #it mutated since i last saw it
it-also-means: colonelmagpie Theory: Nobody who writes a physics textbook gives any fucks Evidence: Q2S.12 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2, p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel- low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must have very strange-looking eyes, have some means of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.) colonelmagpie Update: Legolas' pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment. And they told you science was no fun. colonelmagpie 0.035 m 3,5 cm Lagclas' papls cen n diomeler esre 35ca gales Whol do Sees yaur Elf-eyes THEY'RE TAKING THE HOBBITS TO SENG ARD Science! colonelmagpie I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in. glumshoe Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between. Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible. But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs. an-actual-stone you mean like NL ontologicalidiot @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine haunts your nightmares sidereanuncia I shall never find peace. Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the same as that of Earth. sindri42 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves. solwardenclyffe Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel the straight path across it. So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic. sindri42 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth? That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit. lady-of-greenwood Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too much in this post a-bore-of-a-whore Elves are flat-earthers cheattoe This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage WILE yourownpetard oγ This post really was a rollercoaster. odinoco for elves it was a straight line #oh hey it's t his post :d .See all Source: sidereanuncia #it mutated since i last saw it
it-also-means: colonelmagpie
 Theory: Nobody who writes a
 physics textbook gives any fucks
 Evidence:
 Q2S.12 In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (volume 2,
 p. 32), Legolas the Elf claims to be able to accurately
 count horsemen and discern their hair color (yel-
 low) 5 leagues away on a bright, sunny day. Make
 appropriate estimates and argue that Legolas must
 have very strange-looking eyes, have some means
 of nonvisual perception, or have made a lucky
 guess. (1 league 3.0 mi.)
 colonelmagpie
 Update: Legolas' pupils are about 3.5 cm wide each. Now
 drawing kawaii Legolas on physics assignment.
 And they told you science was no fun.
 colonelmagpie
 0.035 m
 3,5 cm
 Lagclas' papls cen
 n diomeler
 esre 35ca
 gales Whol do
 Sees
 yaur Elf-eyes
 THEY'RE
 TAKING
 THE
 HOBBITS
 TO
 SENG ARD
 Science!
 colonelmagpie
 I'm going to do it. I'm going to hand it in.
 glumshoe
 Legolas's pupil size isn't the problem here, though. 5
 leagues is 17.262 miles. The curvature of the Earth means
 that for a person of average height, the visual horizon is
 less than three miles away. Even if your vision is telescopic
 and the atmosphere is perfectly clear, you can't see around
 the planet. If they were standing on a hill, it would have to
 be at LEAST 198 feet above sea level in order to see the
 horizon at 17.2 miles away, with nothing tall in between.
 Which, knowing Rohan, isn't impossible.
 But consider: Elven satellite eyeballs.
 an-actual-stone
 you mean like
 NL
 ontologicalidiot
 @sidereanuncia it's back, the post that I can only imagine
 haunts your nightmares
 sidereanuncia
 I shall never find peace.
 Also, for what it's worth, there's absolutely no reason
 to believe that the curvature of Middle Earth is the
 same as that of Earth.
 sindri42
 There's no evidence that Middle Earth curves.
 solwardenclyffe
 Yeah there is. The Silmarillion states that the world was
 curved after the fall of Numenor (I believe), preventing
 access to Valinor. But Elves (among others) can travel
 the straight path across it.
 So middle earth is round, but not for Elves because magic.
 sindri42
 So wait, the reason he can see that far is because Elves
 just have the ability to ignore the curve of the earth?
 That's awesome. It also means that no matter how good
 your optics got, you would always want elf eyes manning
 the spyglass because they can see arbitrarily far while
 everybody else is limited by this 'horizon' bullshit.
 lady-of-greenwood
 Oh thank God, my poor elf prince has seen too
 much in this post
 a-bore-of-a-whore
 Elves are flat-earthers
 cheattoe
 This post went from amusing to horrifying, to be brought
 back down to amusing, sprinkled in with some cannon
 explanation, and then you leave me here in fucking outrage
 WILE
 yourownpetard
 oγ
 This post really was a rollercoaster.
 odinoco
 for elves it was a straight line
 #oh hey it's t his post :d
 .See all
 Source: sidereanuncia
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it-also-means: MACAU I RAISE. FIFTY THOUSAND. These cards I'm holding? Absolutely no idea what they are. These are all expert players, or they wouldn't have gotten this far in the tournament. If you can read the people. The cards are covered in a coating to protect them from wear. It also means I can't read them with my fingertips enhanced senses or no. They have complete, perfect control of their faces and body language. They communicate exactly what they want to, nothing more. Because in this game, it's not so important to read the cards... But this is poker. Texas Hold 'Em, to be specific. One of the only games I can really play in a casino, as a blind man. But there's more than one way to read someone. MR. LEVASSEUR RAISES FIFTY THOUSAND. Hank. Hmm. He's steady. Hard to tell what he's thinking, one way or the other Ms. Marcos. Her heart's pounding- but it's not a winner's heartbeat. SEE THAT RAISE, AND LET'S BUMP IT UP ANOTHER FIFTY K, ALL RIGHT? FEELIN' GOOD TONIGHT Chang. Slow, measured heartbeat. He's calm. He knows he's lost, and he's about to fold. He's got nothing left to worry about, and so he's completely relaxed. Except that he's tapping his toes inside his boot- which he only does when he's got a bad hand. Which leaves Flex. She loves to win, but hates to lose. Her puise jacks up twice as fast when she has a losing hand. It makes her angry. It's not even a tell, really, because no one at the table can detect it. No one else, anyway 000 And right now, she's Furious. Uh-oh I'M OUT FOLD 不好 MR. LEVASSEUR? This tournament had a ten thousand dollar buy-in. Winner take all. Between that and the cost of a plane ticket to China, I am tapped out I'M IN Turns out assistant D.A.S don't exactly rake in the big bucks. Who knew? I have to win. I have to This whole thing was such a dumb idea One nice thing about this poker table--all the chips are the same value, so I don't have to worry that I'm betting the Wrong amount. KING OF DIAMONDS RIVER SHOWING TWO PAIR Okay, two pair showing, and it's just Flex and me left in this round. WELL LOOK AT THAT If either of us has a king or nine, we'll have a full house, which is a hell of a hand. But if we don't, then...all right. Work through the odds. We know that the other players wouldn't have folded if they... Eh. You know what? Let's just see what happens EI ALL IN 000 000
it-also-means: MACAU
 I
 RAISE. FIFTY
 THOUSAND.
 These cards
 I'm holding?
 Absolutely
 no idea what
 they are.
 These are all expert
 players, or they wouldn't
 have gotten this far in
 the tournament.
 If you can read
 the people.
 The cards are covered in a
 coating to protect them from
 wear. It also means I can't
 read them with my fingertips
 enhanced senses or no.
 They have complete, perfect
 control of their faces and body
 language. They communicate
 exactly what they want to,
 nothing more.
 Because in this game,
 it's not so important
 to read the cards...
 But this is poker. Texas Hold 'Em,
 to be specific. One of the only
 games I can really play in a casino,
 as a blind man.
 But there's more
 than one way to
 read someone.
 MR.
 LEVASSEUR
 RAISES FIFTY
 THOUSAND.
 Hank. Hmm. He's steady.
 Hard to tell what he's
 thinking, one way or
 the other
 Ms. Marcos. Her
 heart's pounding-
 but it's not a
 winner's heartbeat.
 SEE THAT
 RAISE, AND LET'S BUMP
 IT UP ANOTHER FIFTY K, ALL
 RIGHT? FEELIN' GOOD
 TONIGHT
 Chang. Slow, measured heartbeat. He's calm. He knows
 he's lost, and he's about to fold. He's got nothing left
 to worry about, and so he's completely relaxed.
 Except that he's tapping
 his toes inside his boot-
 which he only does when
 he's got a bad hand.
 Which
 leaves
 Flex.
 She loves to win,
 but hates to lose.
 Her puise jacks up
 twice as fast when
 she has a losing hand.
 It makes her angry.
 It's not even a tell,
 really, because no
 one at the table
 can detect it.
 No
 one else,
 anyway
 000
 And right
 now, she's
 Furious.
 Uh-oh
 I'M
 OUT
 FOLD
 不好
 MR.
 LEVASSEUR?
 This tournament had a ten
 thousand dollar buy-in. Winner
 take all. Between that and the
 cost of a plane ticket to China,
 I am tapped out
 I'M IN
 Turns out assistant
 D.A.S don't exactly
 rake in the big bucks.
 Who knew?
 I have to
 win. I have
 to
 This whole
 thing was such
 a dumb idea
 One nice thing about
 this poker table--all the
 chips are the same value,
 so I don't have to worry
 that I'm betting the
 Wrong amount.
 KING
 OF DIAMONDS
 RIVER SHOWING
 TWO PAIR
 Okay, two pair
 showing, and
 it's just Flex
 and me left in
 this round.
 WELL
 LOOK AT
 THAT
 If either of us has a king or
 nine, we'll have a full house,
 which is a hell of a hand.
 But if we don't,
 then...all right. Work
 through the odds. We
 know that the other
 players wouldn't have
 folded if they...
 Eh.
 You know what?
 Let's just see
 what happens
 EI
 ALL IN
 000
 000
it-also-means: 5:39 M 42% are you lesbian ???? why is everybody so interested in this x x coz i like lesbians and i watch lots of your videos sorry, what? my videos? u know ur porn videos yeah, they arent *mine* yh so are u lesbian ypu yup 5 NOV 2012 AT 7:50 PM have sex with a girl and video it and send it to me you cant be fucking serious yup so yh send it to me it can be just u naked being gay doesnt automatically mean i want to send pictures of myself to guys like you why not and ur a lesbian not gay theres a difference no,gay still means homosexual and because before this, while you assumed i was straight, you didnt dare ask me something like this what makes you think you can now? no no no gay means there are men who love other men i would ask u it but there was no point now there is it also means girls who love other girls how is there a point now?! do you have a girlfriend not at the moment are you going to have one hopefully? i dont know ok good luck are there any other lesbians in ur school not any that are out oh so when didu turn lesbian then i didnt "turn" lesbian :L so what did u do to be lesbian Imao ive always been gay i just only realized it until a year or so ago wow thinking about it when we were in the primary yeah i guess so u dont like penis guess not? would u suck on a penis stop asking me stupid questions like im suddenly not a human being u are tho so would you dont have to answer these questions x_x hmm but that would be really rude to ignore someone asking me questions like that is insanely rude no is just a normal question that people are too pussy to answer if thats what you think haha iam just fucking wiv u e+ right Aa Came out as a lesbian in 2012, guy I went to primary school with thinks I'll send him nudes because of this (?)
it-also-means: 5:39
 M
 42%
 are you lesbian
 ????
 why is everybody so interested in
 this x x
 coz i like lesbians and i watch lots of
 your videos
 sorry, what?
 my videos?
 u know ur porn videos
 yeah, they arent *mine*
 yh
 so are u lesbian
 ypu
 yup
 5 NOV 2012 AT 7:50 PM
 have sex with a girl and video it and
 send it to me
 you cant be fucking serious
 yup
 so yh send it to me it can be just u
 naked
 being gay doesnt automatically
 mean i want to send pictures of
 myself to guys like you
 why not
 and ur a lesbian not gay theres a
 difference
 no,gay still means homosexual
 and because before this, while you
 assumed i was straight, you didnt
 dare ask me something like this
 what makes you think you can
 now?
 no no no gay means there are men
 who love other men
 i would ask u it but there was no
 point now there is
 it also means girls who love other
 girls
 how is there a point now?!
 do you have a girlfriend
 not at the moment
 are you going to have one
 hopefully? i dont know
 ok
 good luck are there any other
 lesbians in ur school
 not any that are out
 oh so when didu turn lesbian then
 i didnt "turn" lesbian :L
 so what did u do
 to be lesbian
 Imao
 ive always been gay
 i just only realized it until a year or
 so ago
 wow thinking about it when we were
 in the primary
 yeah i guess
 so u dont like penis
 guess not?
 would u suck on a penis
 stop asking me stupid questions
 like im suddenly not a human being
 u are tho so would you
 dont have to answer these
 questions x_x
 hmm but that would be really rude to
 ignore someone
 asking me questions like that is
 insanely rude
 no is just a normal question that
 people are too pussy to answer
 if thats what you think
 haha iam just fucking wiv u
 e+
 right
 Aa
Came out as a lesbian in 2012, guy I went to primary school with thinks I'll send him nudes because of this (?)

Came out as a lesbian in 2012, guy I went to primary school with thinks I'll send him nudes because of this (?)