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(National Geographic)   Beetle that can withstand 380 Gs kind of looks like your expression if you tried to do the same   ( news.nationalgeographic.com) divider line
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2018-04-22 01:01:18 AM  
"Eastern eyed"?  Triggered!
 
2018-04-22 06:12:30 AM  
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2018-04-22 06:39:04 AM  
What about a monkey that can do 400+?

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2018-04-22 07:09:39 AM  
I can withstand 380 Gs, just not all at once.
 
2018-04-22 08:01:26 AM  
Why do I get this overwhelming feeling that almost every story is just clickbait to get you to read more stories elsewhere on the same site? It's getting to the point of being unable to meaningfully convey information because every few sentences it's "click here to read more about blah" and "here's an article we ran five months ago on this thing we mentioned above."

Hyperlinking phrases contextually is great, it lets me explore those things more in-depth. But then breaking up the story afterwards is not helpful.
 
2018-04-22 08:33:51 AM  
Whoa... no VW needs to be going that farkin' fast, ever!
 
2018-04-22 09:07:20 AM  
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2018-04-22 11:28:36 AM  
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2018-04-22 11:41:22 AM  
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"Are you my mummy?"
 
2018-04-22 11:55:57 AM  

Eddie Adams from Torrance: [vwheritage.com image 690x428]


As a guy who autocrossed a Beetle, came here for this, leaving satisfied.
 
2018-04-22 11:56:17 AM  
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2018-04-22 12:34:51 PM  
Black tips and coastal spinner sharks, which live in tropical and subtropical waters, also leap and spin like figure skaters while airborne. How come?
"Because they can," Burgess says.

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