wildcardjack: I'm not worried.[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x381]
albuquerquehalsey: "I am 70 percent sure some kind of pandemic will happen," he told HuffPost. "We're over capacity and need to reduce our population. Other animals self-regulate, but no one wants to volunteer, and things like mandatory birth control are Draconian."HAAH WAAW, zombie prepper, let me get my crystal ball and do a reading on this person:-Over educated-underachiever both professionally and in his personal life-high-self esteem bordering on narcissism.-inflated sense of self importance-will blame his failing on external factors. (taxes, regulation, religion, feminism)-fantasy-prone-unable to fix their own personal failings, so have a desire for society to fail so others no longer impose expectations upon him/her-small, shallow circle of friends-no children or significant partner to feel responsibility for-libertarian leanings-distrust authority figures, even though he has never been arrested or had any significant conflicts with said authority figures.-has over 2000 karma on Reddit.How close do you think I got?
albuquerquehalsey: How close do you think I got?
The Man Who Laughs: Just don't let Rick see you eating the dog food.
jack21221: Ugh, in both of those graphics, it shows degrees Kelvin... Kelvin isn't measured in degrees. It's just Kelvin. That would be like saying my penis is 6 degrees inches long.
Baryogenesis: While you're right about Kelvin, I think the 2nd graphic is saying 15 thousand degrees and not 15 Kelvin
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