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(Christian Science Monitor)   New radio-transmission analysis provides credible evidence that Amelia Earhart landed on small Pacific atoll and survived for some time, subsisting on mollusks, fish and makeup   (csmonitor.com) divider line 143
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2012-06-02 11:56:25 PM  
Borntotroll.jpg
 
2012-06-03 12:11:48 AM  
Amelia Earhart; world hide and seek champion of all time.

Plus, she was kidnapped by aliens.
i623.photobucket.com
 
2012-06-03 12:12:56 AM  

ktybear: Exception Collection: OK, so they were on the atoll. Where are their bodies?

These little beasties are natives of the atoll

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 378x366]


I didn't think metroids were real.
 
2012-06-03 12:12:59 AM  

ktybear: Exception Collection: OK, so they were on the atoll. Where are their bodies?

These little beasties are natives of the atoll

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 378x366]


What. The. Fark. Is. THAT?
 
2012-06-03 12:13:19 AM  

Satanic_Hamster: Amelia Earhart; world hide and seek champion of all time.

Plus, she was kidnapped by aliens.


Dammit almost simulposted that until I swiped the wrong way...
 
2012-06-03 12:14:30 AM  
she was too blind to catch mollusks
 
2012-06-03 12:16:12 AM  
dried fecal matter that might be of human origin.

That's Amelia Earhart's POOP!!!
 
2012-06-03 12:17:26 AM  
That episode of Voyager really bugs me though. How could those "37's" be so skeptical of Janeway's explanations? Did they not see all of the technology around them?
 
2012-06-03 12:17:36 AM  

lack of warmth: Tyee: It's understandable that she got lost, being deaf, dumb and blind would seriously inhibit someone trying to fly across the Pacific. At least the Nazi's never found her.

No kidding. If the Nazi's found Excalibur in the wreckage they would've taken England real easy.


She should have simply never taken up flying. She did great with Lewis and Clark, but was that enough? Noooo! Women just aren't meant to navigate in three dimensions.
 
2012-06-03 12:17:41 AM  

INeedAName: beta_plus: Yes this is dog: Dr.Zom: Was this before or after she hid in the attic from the nazis?

You're thinking of Hellen Keller.

No, Hellen Keller ran across Canada to raise awareness for Cancer Research and died before she made it.

You're thinking of Florence Nightingale.

Moron. Florence Nightingale is the one who led the revolution in France and overthrew the monarchy with cake.


That was Joan of Arc, retard.
 
2012-06-03 12:22:37 AM  

Space Squid: INeedAName: beta_plus: Yes this is dog: Dr.Zom: Was this before or after she hid in the attic from the nazis?

You're thinking of Hellen Keller.

No, Hellen Keller ran across Canada to raise awareness for Cancer Research and died before she made it.

You're thinking of Florence Nightingale.

Moron. Florence Nightingale is the one who led the revolution in France and overthrew the monarchy with cake.

That was Joan of Arc, retard.


No, no. Joan of Arc discovered Curium.
 
2012-06-03 12:23:46 AM  

buzzcut73: Oh, should have added to my comment that I've worked on an atoll that was the site of a famous WWII battle


Tarawa?
 
2012-06-03 12:25:17 AM  
That must have been a tough existence not being able to hear or see anything on that island.
 
2012-06-03 12:26:43 AM  

Exception Collection: cameroncrazy1984: Exception Collection: OK, so they were on the atoll. Where are their bodies?

Eaten by mollusks?

Can mollusks eat bone? (Serious question, I have no clue.)

I suppose if it's a coral atoll the coral could have grown right over them.


Scavenged by birds maybe? They are nasty scavengers. Maybe crabs.
 
2012-06-03 12:35:42 AM  

Jixa: Space Squid: INeedAName: beta_plus: Yes this is dog: Dr.Zom: Was this before or after she hid in the attic from the nazis?

You're thinking of Hellen Keller.

No, Hellen Keller ran across Canada to raise awareness for Cancer Research and died before she made it.

You're thinking of Florence Nightingale.

Moron. Florence Nightingale is the one who led the revolution in France and overthrew the monarchy with cake.

That was Joan of Arc, retard.

No, no. Joan of Arc discovered Curium.


Yeah... I think you meant Unobtainium.
 
2012-06-03 12:39:04 AM  
She actually made it to the Out of Time Cafe
 
2012-06-03 12:41:27 AM  

Space Squid: Jixa: Space Squid: INeedAName: beta_plus: Yes this is dog: Dr.Zom: Was this before or after she hid in the attic from the nazis?

You're thinking of Hellen Keller.

No, Hellen Keller ran across Canada to raise awareness for Cancer Research and died before she made it.

You're thinking of Florence Nightingale.

Moron. Florence Nightingale is the one who led the revolution in France and overthrew the monarchy with cake.

That was Joan of Arc, retard.

No, no. Joan of Arc discovered Curium.

Yeah... I think you meant Unobtainium.


You're all wrong. It was Deborah of Dallas that overthrew the French, ate their cake, and then went down on the Germans in the attic. Joan, of course, got kicked off the ark for complaining about the zebras, as she was a well known racist. And Curie cured the finest cheeses in Europe, hence the name Madam Curie.
 
2012-06-03 12:47:39 AM  

Poison: Space Squid: Jixa: Space Squid: INeedAName: beta_plus: Yes this is dog: Dr.Zom: Was this before or after she hid in the attic from the nazis?

You're thinking of Hellen Keller.

No, Hellen Keller ran across Canada to raise awareness for Cancer Research and died before she made it.

You're thinking of Florence Nightingale.

Moron. Florence Nightingale is the one who led the revolution in France and overthrew the monarchy with cake.

That was Joan of Arc, retard.

No, no. Joan of Arc discovered Curium.

Yeah... I think you meant Unobtainium.

You're all wrong. It was Deborah of Dallas that overthrew the French, ate their cake, and then went down on the Germans in the attic. Joan, of course, got kicked off the ark for complaining about the zebras, as she was a well known racist. And Curie cured the finest cheeses in Europe, hence the name Madam Curie.


Nope, you're thinking of Mary Magdalene.
 
2012-06-03 12:54:09 AM  
I read about this not too long ago and followed up by going to the historic aircraft recovery website and reading up on several of their expeditions to the atoll.

There were human bones discovered there by the government which owns the island, shortly after the British established their last colony there. The colony lasted only a short time, the islanders being moved to another island due to drought. The bones were turned over to an archeological museum and told to hang onto them until further notice, since no one knew whose they were.

Shortly after, the record of the bones ends -- with no paper trail to find out what happened to them. A later explorer found 13 bits of human bone which were taken back for analysis and confirmed to be those of a human male. Whose they are is undetermined as no one has located any of Fred's surviving family line to compare DNA. Plus, the extraction process used up all of the samples and the DNA extracted is that only carried by the mother.

Papers record a mean temperature of about 130-F during an expedition there recently -- and there are no sources of fresh water. Don't know if Amelia or Fred knew about solar stills nor if they took advantage of the mass of machinery in the aircraft before it was washed away.

Digs at the remains of the colony have discovered some brass and copper fittings which might have come from an aircraft but tests are pending.

The island itself is a miserable little place, shaped kind of like Bikini Atoll, only more elongated. The reports hint that both Fred and Amelia survived -- but apparently not for more than a year because the colony was established a year and a half after they vanished.

Cause of death would be unknown, because while the island is a nasty place, it was considered good enough to colonize, meaning it had ample water supplies for a group of natives. Rain water. The subsequent drought -- which happened AFTER the colony was created -- drove them off.

Images of the place show a lot of coconuts and coconut trees. Those accompanied with rainwater and seafood would have kept them alive for quite some time. However, not even the remains of a temporary structure has been found. Just those of the colony.

If she landed on the reef and the plane stayed intact, that would have been a remarkable feat. Especially since they feel she ran the engines to power up the battery for the radio. That means, at least one had to be intact. (Most propeller driven aircraft with twin engines have 1 which powers a generator for the battery. -- I jump started a twin engine Beachcraft years ago from my Isuzu Pup truck.)

I would have assumed if one had died first, the other would have buried the body. So far, no graves have been found. It would, I expect, be shallow.

However, the search for them seems to have been riddled with errors. Her aircraft, made of shiny aluminum, would have been spotted from the air if searchers had looked in that direction. After it washed away, with the technology of the time, they could have been easily missed. Plus, the discovery of the bones were initially never reported to the US, even though it was well known that Amelia had vanished in that general vicinity.

By the time the US found out, the bones had been lost.

To my knowledge, the island was never inhabited during WW2 by either friend or foe. The Coast Guard established a base there for a period of time but closed it in less than a year.

I look forward to the results of the next expedition.
 
2012-06-03 12:56:36 AM  

aerojockey: Poison: Space Squid: Jixa: Space Squid: INeedAName: beta_plus: Yes this is dog: Dr.Zom: Was this before or after she hid in the attic from the nazis?

You're thinking of Hellen Keller.

No, Hellen Keller ran across Canada to raise awareness for Cancer Research and died before she made it.

You're thinking of Florence Nightingale.

Moron. Florence Nightingale is the one who led the revolution in France and overthrew the monarchy with cake.

That was Joan of Arc, retard.

No, no. Joan of Arc discovered Curium.

Yeah... I think you meant Unobtainium.

You're all wrong. It was Deborah of Dallas that overthrew the French, ate their cake, and then went down on the Germans in the attic. Joan, of course, got kicked off the ark for complaining about the zebras, as she was a well known racist. And Curie cured the finest cheeses in Europe, hence the name Madam Curie.

Nope, you're thinking of Mary Magdalene.


You're right. I had her confused with Mary Tyler Moore, the inventor of the steam engine.
 
2012-06-03 12:57:31 AM  

AkaranD: ktybear: Exception Collection: OK, so they were on the atoll. Where are their bodies?

These little beasties are natives of the atoll

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 378x366]

What. The. Fark. Is. THAT?


It's a coconut crab. I read another article that said they didn't even expect to find many bones of Earhart because the crabs would have run off with them.
 
2012-06-03 12:59:55 AM  
All I know is that she had one hell of an ass. If you don't believe me, go visit her at the Smithsonian.
 
2012-06-03 01:03:26 AM  
You goofs, she died on Gardner/Nikumaroro Island (which is like an island of water) and they probably died in a couple months. There is no fresh water there, they would have had to dig for it. Google Map the island, it's quite interesting in satellite view. It's sad that the British tried to settle there just a year later and probably had no idea that she had even been there.

Link
 
2012-06-03 01:07:38 AM  
ktybear: Exception Collection: OK, so they were on the atoll. Where are their bodies?

These little beasties are natives of the atoll

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 378x366]


If only there had been an ample supply of butter
 
2012-06-03 01:11:12 AM  

Poison: aerojockey: Poison: Space Squid: Jixa: Space Squid: INeedAName: beta_plus: Yes this is dog: Dr.Zom: Was this before or after she hid in the attic from the nazis?

You're thinking of Hellen Keller.

No, Hellen Keller ran across Canada to raise awareness for Cancer Research and died before she made it.

You're thinking of Florence Nightingale.

Moron. Florence Nightingale is the one who led the revolution in France and overthrew the monarchy with cake.

That was Joan of Arc, retard.

No, no. Joan of Arc discovered Curium.

Yeah... I think you meant Unobtainium.

You're all wrong. It was Deborah of Dallas that overthrew the French, ate their cake, and then went down on the Germans in the attic. Joan, of course, got kicked off the ark for complaining about the zebras, as she was a well known racist. And Curie cured the finest cheeses in Europe, hence the name Madam Curie.

Nope, you're thinking of Mary Magdalene.

You're right. I had her confused with Mary Tyler Moore, the inventor of the steam engine.


No, Mary Tyler Moore was executed by Elizabeth the First for attempted assassination.
 
2012-06-03 01:17:33 AM  

AkaranD: What. The. Fark. Is. THAT?


It's damn tasty.

The abdomen of the coconut crab is mostly fat and coconut oil. After roasting that beast in the fire, you split the abdomen, pull out the intestine and dip the meat in the "sauce." Their primary diet at that side is coconut meat. It's not likely that they ate the bodies.

Inhalien: There is no fresh water there, they would have had to dig for it.


If you have coconuts, you have plenty of water. Average young coconut has about 16-20 oz of coconut water in it, and it's loaded with electrolytes, vitamin C and other things that will keep you alive. The coconut water is sterile also the same pH and electrolyte balance as human blood and was used as a plasma substitute in WWII.

If the coconut supply on the island is plentiful enough for two people, then they could have survived on that. Of course, her and Noonan would have to be aware of that to take advantage of it, and know how to open a coconut without losing the water.
 
2012-06-03 01:19:50 AM  

Goimir: Poison: aerojockey: Poison: Space Squid: Jixa: Space Squid: INeedAName: beta_plus: Yes this is dog: Dr.Zom: Was this before or after she hid in the attic from the nazis?

You're thinking of Hellen Keller.

No, Hellen Keller ran across Canada to raise awareness for Cancer Research and died before she made it.

You're thinking of Florence Nightingale.

Moron. Florence Nightingale is the one who led the revolution in France and overthrew the monarchy with cake.

That was Joan of Arc, retard.

No, no. Joan of Arc discovered Curium.

Yeah... I think you meant Unobtainium.

You're all wrong. It was Deborah of Dallas that overthrew the French, ate their cake, and then went down on the Germans in the attic. Joan, of course, got kicked off the ark for complaining about the zebras, as she was a well known racist. And Curie cured the finest cheeses in Europe, hence the name Madam Curie.

Nope, you're thinking of Mary Magdalene.

You're right. I had her confused with Mary Tyler Moore, the inventor of the steam engine.

No, Mary Tyler Moore was executed by Elizabeth the First for attempted assassination.



NIXON YOU DOLT!!!
 
2012-06-03 01:23:22 AM  
It's been a pretty long time, so I wouldn't be surprised if sh wasn't alive anymore.

Just sayin
 
2012-06-03 01:28:16 AM  

Deveyn: If you have coconuts, you have plenty of water. Average young coconut has about 16-20 oz of coconut water in it, and it's loaded with electrolytes, vitamin C and other things that will keep you alive. The coconut water is sterile also the same pH and electrolyte balance as human blood and was used as a plasma substitute in WWII.

If the coconut supply on the island is plentiful enough for two people, then they could have survived on that. Of course, her and Noonan would have to be aware of that to take advantage of it, and know how to open a coconut without losing the water.


That you might be fortunate enough to be stranded on an island with plenty of coconuts is why you should always take a professor with you to these remote locations. The professor would not only know that there was an available water supply in the coconuts, but would also be able to use them to make helpful tools and appliances.
 
2012-06-03 01:29:43 AM  

Rik01: Her aircraft, made of shiny aluminum


I think some preliminary sonar surveys might find the general area, but once they find something, and as long as it isn't too encrusted with coral, it should be pretty intact.

This is a B-25J at Kwajalein Atoll, sunk after WWII. Notice how shiny it still is. It rests around 120 feet and I'm shooting from about 80 feet. If her plane was made of the same materials, and the visibility is good, then it should be easily spotted by divers.

farm7.staticflickr.com
 
2012-06-03 01:31:53 AM  

Philbb: but would also be able to use them to make helpful tools and appliances.


Yes, at the very least be able to use them to make a VLA of coconuts and get XM or DirecTV.
 
2012-06-03 01:44:24 AM  
They better hurry and rescue her before it is too late.
 
2012-06-03 01:46:11 AM  
OMG!!!!!

THIS is UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!


I am actually WATCHING the Voyager Amelia Earhart episode RIGHT NOW!!!!!

And THEN . . . when I reloaded the FARK Main page . . . THERE WAS THIS HEADLINE!!!!!

It just APPEARED!!!! WHILE I was WATCHING the Earhart Voyager episode . . .

What could this MEAN?????

:-O


/sure . . . some will say it's ONLY a coincidence
//knows it's MUCH, MUCH, MORE (dramatic music soundtrack begins to play ominously)
///Earhart Voyager episode does kinda suck though . . .
////but THAT's beside the point!
//slashies
 
2012-06-03 01:53:51 AM  
I hope this settles it. Then everyone can go back trying to find Judge Crater, Jimmy Hoffa, and D.B. Cooper/
 
2012-06-03 01:56:20 AM  
It's the escargot-cultists, I tells ya!
 
2012-06-03 02:02:18 AM  

Rik01: I read about this not too long ago and followed up by going to the historic aircraft recovery website and reading up on several of their expeditions to the atoll.

There were human bones discovered there by the government which owns the island, shortly after the British established their last colony there. The colony lasted only a short time, the islanders being moved to another island due to drought. The bones were turned over to an archeological museum and told to hang onto them until further notice, since no one knew whose they were.

Shortly after, the record of the bones ends -- with no paper trail to find out what happened to them. A later explorer found 13 bits of human bone which were taken back for analysis and confirmed to be those of a human male. Whose they are is undetermined as no one has located any of Fred's surviving family line to compare DNA. Plus, the extraction process used up all of the samples and the DNA extracted is that only carried by the mother.

Papers record a mean temperature of about 130-F during an expedition there recently -- and there are no sources of fresh water. Don't know if Amelia or Fred knew about solar stills nor if they took advantage of the mass of machinery in the aircraft before it was washed away.

Digs at the remains of the colony have discovered some brass and copper fittings which might have come from an aircraft but tests are pending.

The island itself is a miserable little place, shaped kind of like Bikini Atoll, only more elongated. The reports hint that both Fred and Amelia survived -- but apparently not for more than a year because the colony was established a year and a half after they vanished.

Cause of death would be unknown, because while the island is a nasty place, it was considered good enough to colonize, meaning it had ample water supplies for a group of natives. Rain water. The subsequent drought -- which happened AFTER the colony was created -- drove them off.

Images of the place show a lot of coconuts and coconut trees. Those accompanied with rainwater and seafood would have kept them alive for quite some time. However, not even the remains of a temporary structure has been found. Just those of the colony.

If she landed on the reef and the plane stayed intact, that would have been a remarkable feat. Especially since they feel she ran the engines to power up the battery for the radio. That means, at least one had to be intact. (Most propeller driven aircraft with twin engines have 1 which powers a generator for the battery. -- I jump started a twin engine Beachcraft years ago from my Isuzu Pup truck.)

I would have assumed if one had died first, the other would have buried the body. So far, no graves have been found. It would, I expect, be shallow.

However, the search for them seems to have been riddled with errors. Her aircraft, made of shiny aluminum, would have been spotted from the air if searchers had looked in that direction. After it washed away, with the technology of the time, they could have been easily missed. Plus, the discovery of the bones were initially never reported to the US, even though it was well known that Amelia had vanished in that general vicinity.

By the time the US found out, the bones had been lost.

To my knowledge, the island was never inhabited during WW2 by either friend or foe. The Coast Guard established a base there for a period of time but closed it in less than a year.

I look forward to the results of the next expedition.


Don't get out much, do ya...
 
2012-06-03 02:10:28 AM  
Her talent for going down is now legion.

Both hands on the stick.

She probably swallowed too.
 
2012-06-03 02:13:38 AM  

ktybear: Exception Collection: OK, so they were on the atoll. Where are their bodies?

These little beasties are natives of the atoll

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 378x366]


so along with being Nightmare Fuel, what in the name of God IS that?
 
2012-06-03 02:17:29 AM  
A man and a woman stranded on a 'desert island' ...... anyone think they spent their time farking?
 
2012-06-03 02:24:53 AM  

endlessmonkeys: ktybear: Exception Collection: OK, so they were on the atoll. Where are their bodies?

These little beasties are natives of the atoll

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 378x366]

so along with being Nightmare Fuel, what in the name of God IS that?


coconut crab or alien, your choice
 
2012-06-03 02:25:04 AM  

endlessmonkeys: ktybear: Exception Collection: OK, so they were on the atoll. Where are their bodies?

These little beasties are natives of the atoll

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 378x366]

so along with being Nightmare Fuel, what in the name of God IS that?


Coconut crab.
 
2012-06-03 02:26:07 AM  

Goimir: Poison: aerojockey: Poison: Space Squid: Jixa: Space Squid: INeedAName: beta_plus: Yes this is dog: Dr.Zom: Was this before or after she hid in the attic from the nazis?

You're thinking of Hellen Keller.

No, Hellen Keller ran across Canada to raise awareness for Cancer Research and died before she made it.

You're thinking of Florence Nightingale.

Moron. Florence Nightingale is the one who led the revolution in France and overthrew the monarchy with cake.

That was Joan of Arc, retard.

No, no. Joan of Arc discovered Curium.

Yeah... I think you meant Unobtainium.

You're all wrong. It was Deborah of Dallas that overthrew the French, ate their cake, and then went down on the Germans in the attic. Joan, of course, got kicked off the ark for complaining about the zebras, as she was a well known racist. And Curie cured the finest cheeses in Europe, hence the name Madam Curie.

Nope, you're thinking of Mary Magdalene.

You're right. I had her confused with Mary Tyler Moore, the inventor of the steam engine.

No, Mary Tyler Moore was executed by Elizabeth the First for attempted assassination.


No, no, that was Marie de Medici, the last Empress of Japan,.
 
2012-06-03 02:27:22 AM  

Inhalien: You goofs, she died on Gardner/Nikumaroro Island (which is like an island of water) and they probably died in a couple months. There is no fresh water there, they would have had to dig for it. Google Map the island, it's quite interesting in satellite view. It's sad that the British tried to settle there just a year later and probably had no idea that she had even been there.

Link

"The island's early supervisor and magistrate was Teng Koata whose wife, according to local legend, had an encounter with the goddess Manganibuka on a remote part of the island.[citation needed]"


Maybe the "goddess Manganibuka" - WAS ACTUALLY Amelia - since Amelia would have landed in July of 1937 - and Teng Koata's wife didn't run across "the goddess Manganibuka" till sometime after June of 1939 - Amelia was probably TOTALLY INSANE by then (think a living a couple a years with those huge coconut crabs chasing ya all over an atoll 24/7 - with at least one of your feet all shoeless and bloody - while ya hallucinated from lack of water) so Amelia could very well have thought she WAS "the goddess Manganibuka"!
 
2012-06-03 02:30:46 AM  

Deveyn: Philbb: but would also be able to use them to make helpful tools and appliances.

Yes, at the very least be able to use them to make a VLA of coconuts and get XM or DirecTV.


Exactly! Besides, if you can't make a VLA, it is still much more pleasant to drink your own urine with appropriate music in the background.
 
2012-06-03 02:32:44 AM  

ktybear: endlessmonkeys: ktybear: Exception Collection: OK, so they were on the atoll. Where are their bodies?

These little beasties are natives of the atoll

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 378x366]

so along with being Nightmare Fuel, what in the name of God IS that?

coconut crab or alien, your choice


Yeah, cause having a choice makes it ALL better...

/not going to sleep for a week
 
2012-06-03 02:32:53 AM  

filter: A man and a woman stranded on a 'desert island' ...... anyone think they spent their time farking?


Yes, yes I did. And she would have been in for it I'm sure. She was an adventurer after all...
 
2012-06-03 02:38:52 AM  

endlessmonkeys: /not going to sleep for a week


They can run pretty fast. We kept the younger ones for the races.
 
2012-06-03 02:47:55 AM  

Deveyn: endlessmonkeys: /not going to sleep for a week

They can run pretty fast. We kept the younger ones for the races.


oh for the love of.. what the fark is WRONG with you people.

/tacitly welcoming tree-climbing crustacean overlords
 
2012-06-03 02:52:49 AM  

jakrabit: Don't get out much, do ya...


*chuckles*
 
2012-06-03 03:09:19 AM  

endlessmonkeys: oh for the love of.. what the fark is WRONG with you people.


They aren't the type to go after people. They're hard to catch and most islands you don't see them because they're so tasty, so the locals eat them. If you want to find them, you look for coconut palms with holes at the base and then smoke them out.

This is a good size for eating, but if they're lucky, they can get up to six feet across and live a couple centuries.

farm6.staticflickr.com
 
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