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March 19, 2015
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Absolute reality never changes, only our perception of it does.

March 21, 2015
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May 29, 2015
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May 29, 2015
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That is awesome.

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September 24, 2015
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From BluesNews.com

Bohemia Interactive announces they are offering access to the beta version of the Eden 3D editor for Arma III, though they warn this will be updated on a daily basis, and testers will be playing "an experimental and largely untested version of Arma 3," where parts of the game will sometimes be "completely broken" (I'll just let you all write your own jokes for that one based on BI's history). They say the editor will be released for free to all owners of the military shooter sequel next year, but those willing to deal with all the above caveats can right-click on Arma 3 in the Steam Library, go to properties and opt-in to receiving Arma 3 development builds via the BETAS tab. This video is a capture of a live stream where the developers from Bohemia Interactive give a demonstration of the power this provides to add new and modified content to the game

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September 25, 2015
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Though I find the humor in that, I've been playing with the 3D editor and its pretty great. First good thing BIS has gone in a while.

November 20, 2015
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Vladimir Kochetkov

October 21, 2015  |  Caribbean!, Snowbird, На Карибы!  |  3

Hi everyone,

My name is Alexander, I’m the producer in Snowbird Games.

Yesterday’s night Vladimir Kochetkov, our sound director, passed away. You may probably know his work by the main theme of “Caribbean!” — it was him who wrote for us this arrangement of Drunken Sailor. We hoped to discuss some new music for the game once he gets better, in two weeks or so. But we won’t have such chance anymore. It’s horrifying and very hard to believe.

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? confused  Is he dead or is he getting better?  Guess their english is not so good.

November 21, 2015
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Something was definitely lost in translation.

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March 18, 2016
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April 15, 2016
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Police: Man stinks up downtown Athens bar with fart spray

http://www.barstoolsports.com/.....thens-bar/

 

http://www.liquidass.com/

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December 31, 2016
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Chinese Man Used a Hand Grenade to Crack Walnuts for 25 Years

http://www.popularmechanics.co.....rack-nuts/

 

A villager in China unknowingly used a hand grenade to crack walnuts for a quarter century, only realizing his potentially fatal mistake when he spotted the grenade on a government flyer.

The man, whose surname is Ran and who lives in Shaanxi province, claimed that a friend gave him the grenade in the early 1980s. Not having any idea what it was, he used it to crack open walnuts.

The nutcracker in this case was a Chinese Type 67 defensive hand grenade. The grenade is a so-called "stick" grenade, also known as a "potato masher." Invented by the German Army in World War I, stick grenades contain an explosive charge in one end of the weapon. A pull string runs through the length of the handle and is concealed by a screw-on cap on the other end of the grenade. Pulling on the string ignites the fuse, and the grenade is then thrown at the enemy.

Ran allegedly only discovered the grenade's true identity when he noticed it on a government flyer identifying prohibited explosives. He promptly turned it in to a local police station. He was not penalized.

Could the grenade have actually gone off? It may have been an inert training grenade, although those are usually clearly marked—and this one has no markings at all. If it was real, the explosives inside the grenade could have gradually become unstable over time, making it dangerous to handle.

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February 19, 2017
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Washington State trooper catches driver using mannequin in carpool lane

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A Washington State Patrol trooper who spotted a motorist violating the rules of the road is no dummy.

The eagle-eyed trooper spotted a driver attempting to outsmart the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane policy, by passing off a mannequin A Washington State Patrol trooper who spotted a motorist violating the rules of the road is no dummy.

HOV lanes are reserved for carpools, vanpools, buses, motorcycles or any vehicle carrying two or more people.

"Early this morning, a Tacoma trooper caught an HOV violator driving 81 mph with this young lady in the passenger seat," read a post on the Washington State Patrol's Facebook page, along with a photo of the lifelike violation. "In case you didn't know...this doesn't qualify for HOV lanes!"

Trooper Todd Bartolac, a public information officer with Washington State Patrol, tweeted, "Violator was ticketed for speed and the HOV violation. On the positive side they were both wearing their seat belts! #buckelup"

According to the Washington State Department of Transportation, state troopers use their discretion to determine whether to issue a ticket or a written warning. The state's current fine for illegally driving in an HOV lane is $136.

Bartolac said the mannequin was one of the most life-like he has ever seen, according to ABC affiliate KOMO in Seattle.

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