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Boulder, CO is taking on Big Energy
09/05/13, 01:46

I see those as the greatest issues. I'm not well-versed on actual reactor design and what have you, but it seems every "miracle" design (what's the latest meme? Thorium?) that'll produce less or no waste is pretty pie-in-the-sky.

And even if France is doing it right, that means they can't be used as a model in this country, as the right wingers in Congress would likely scream "socialism!" or "surrender nukes!" and demand that Halliburton get more tax breaks for building nuclear plants based on a design that one of their contracting subsidies drew up for a mere two billion taxpayer dollars and counting.

I don't bother with the actual plants themselves because I can't see the better designs and/or models of running them being an asset after the bullshit that'll happen once private companies get involved.
Japanese ad that gets weirder and weirder via sequencial revelations
09/04/13, 21:55

Why bother with a lighter? There are electronic cigarettes that plug into the USB port and allow you to use them as they charge. In essence, it turns your computer into a hookah pipe with a keyboard and mouse.
Japanese ad that gets weirder and weirder via sequencial revelations
09/04/13, 20:42

In what context is the alphabet known in Japan? Is it kind of an osmosis thing commonly known to the general public or is it sort of like roman numerals, giving people another way to tag the order of items in a list?
Boulder, CO is taking on Big Energy
09/04/13, 18:02

My problems with nuclear power are:

1. We still don't know what to do with the waste.
II. The costs for building the things, not to mention maintaining them, mean loads of taxpayer subsidies and the risk that the private company (because public utilities are BAD, it seems) will decide the profit margins aren't big enough to actually keep the plant running and they'll walk away.
C. The companies that want to open up nuke plants are the same ones that can't be arsed to properly run their coal-fired ones within EPA guidelines most of the time without throwing major hissy-fits over things like pollution or upgrading the infrastructure before bits start falling off.

Could we make clean nuclear energy? Maybe. Can the private sector do it? Not with its current demand for double-digit profits on everything and letting everything go to shit so long as the taxpayer can bail their asses out.
Bryan Cranston in Babylon 5
09/04/13, 03:45

More like "military talk," but you'd have to actually watch the clip to know that.
Bryan Cranston in Babylon 5
09/04/13, 02:12

I thought B5's humor was okay with the exception of during the 5th season (which was an "oh shit TNT didn't actually cancel us" season) where the previously unseen comedy team of Rebo & Zooty made an appearance played by Penn & Teller. Up until that point, it had been a kind of meta-joke where they were established as the funniest act in the known universe and people would make (to us) nonsensical references to partial jokes we didn't know, which made it all the funnier.

Then they showed who they were and how un-funny they acted and... yeah...
Tips For The Modern Dandy
09/03/13, 21:51

C (which you labeled B, but hey, labeling is bad, I guess): The problem is when people get offended at common usage. It's cumbersome to turn every pronoun into s/he (which isn't even pronounceable), though the use of "they" as non-gender-specific is gaining ground. In this case, where no other info was available, an honest first impression shouldn't be discounted as derisive unless there are other cues available or the person makes their preference known.
Bryan Cranston in Babylon 5
09/03/13, 19:20

The writing on this show was a great contrast to Deep Space Nine. Neither show gave you much of a breakdown about their respective wars (the Shadow War and the Dominion War), but B5 managed to give you a sense of how the conflict was going, good or bad, while DS9 never gave you much of a clue how things were doing at any given time unless it was vital to that specific episode's plot.
A Gentleman Resisting Arrest
09/03/13, 10:41

So you met Yahtzee, then?
Tips For The Modern Dandy
09/03/13, 10:23

It's their top priority. What others might spend on a car payment, cigarettes, booze, etc. goes instead to secondhand (or just cheap) clothing, makeup, and jewelry.

And not to cast aspersions, but if someone was flat busted and worked at Wal-Mart, securing bling, outfits, and face paint wouldn't exactly be difficult.
A Gentleman Resisting Arrest
09/03/13, 02:12

Stephen Fry had a similar tactic, he said, for whenever he was being beaten up at the all-boys school he attended as a lad.

Just as whatever gang of toughs were starting in on him, he'd cry, "Please, stop, you're giving me an erection!"
Space Dandy is...
09/02/13, 18:53

They overplayed that video (back when cable channels used to play videos) so much I think it got burned into some viewers' DNA.

I really don't get why it and "Life is a Highway" got so popular compared to other songs from the same era, save for perhaps the second one was an easy-to-use tune for any movies that feature cars.
Aftermath of Taiwanese landslide.
09/02/13, 17:26

Did he get to keep the rock?
In Russia truck BRING fire to you!
09/02/13, 15:58

It was a delivery for an even more hilarious Russian video. You think these crazy events happen all by themselves?
Why Online Dating Sucks (for Men)
09/02/13, 15:57

Physically, my first GF would be considered far more attractive than my wife.

However, my first GF was fucking nuts, and not in the "great in the sack" kind of way, but the "slow realization over time" sort of way.
Is Anime Art?
09/02/13, 00:42

Shoebox has left out a whole segment of anime fandom: Pedos.
First scene of mudslide in Badouzi (Keelung, Taiwan)
09/02/13, 00:41

Taiwan, China, they're both part of Japan, right?
photoreal naked and semi-naked people rendered with Unity 3D
09/01/13, 12:25

Lots of balls on display.
Chinese dashcam video
09/01/13, 04:30

So your advice is to zoom... AND enhance?
The Impossible Dream
08/31/13, 22:14

It's bad enough this song got overplayed and became a punchline, but for Christians to keep glomming onto it because of its line about marching "to hell for a heavenly cause" makes stuff like this all the worse.

Besides, it's not true Greg Duva without an animation loop featuring one eyebrow going up and down, forever.

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