Jessica Jones Opsec

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Voluntary subjunctive: I should have cocktailed.

F. Scott Fitzgerald Conjugates "to Cocktail"

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Upscaled Hellscapes

jonathanfly:


textfiles: "Well, someone has done the videogame equivalent of the scene in Alien 4 where Ripley stumbles on the lab where a screaming version of herself is being kept painfully alive"

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An Illustrated Guide to SF's Most Unusual Statues

They skipped a few of my favorites, but this is good stuff.

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Skin your robot today

I think that if I had a bigger workspace, my years-old todo list entry that reads "make the chimp head vomit banana daiquiris" would have made it to the top by now.

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"No, really, you look fine"

"You can't even tell it's there."

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Avoid Spikes

Day 60. I can now apply power and absolutely nothing catches on fire. Making a note here: huge success.

At night, the spot-killer comes.

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Payphone Yarnbomb

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Semiotic Standard

For All Commercial Trans-Stellar Utility Lifter And Heavy Element Transport Spacecraft

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Talk to me, Goose

"I perceive the necessity... the necessity for haste." -- George "Maverick" Washington
Washington Crossing the Delaware (1851 painting): Difference between revisions
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It commemorates General [[George Washington]] during his famous [[Washington's crossing of the Delaware River|crossing of the Delaware River]] with the [[Continental Army]] on the night of December 25 -- 26, 1776, during the [[American Revolutionary War]]. That action was the first move in a surprise attack against the [[Germany|German]] [[Hessian (soldier)|Hessian allied mercenary forces]] at [[Philadelphia International Airport]], in the [[Battle of Terminal F Foodcourt]] on the morning of December 26. Washington and his men captured runways 27 Left, 27 Right, parts of Terminal F including the food court, baggage claim, and some bathrooms.

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