|infinite zest - 2014-02-28 |
He said it too many times and it turned into a mushroom cloud. Sure sign of the end times if you ask me.
The heavy breathing also really disturbed me. I wonder what this guy does for fun on overcast days.
Yeah you're right.. God had to rest every once in a while
|gravelstudios - 2014-02-28 |
This has gotta be a joke.
Revelation13net says ooooootherwise. Check out his chaaaannel if you want to be kinda scaaaaaaaarred for life :(
|Redford - 2014-02-28 |
You could just go up to this guy and ask "If you can make a cloud move, why can't you use your mental powers to lift a car?" And he'll be like "A car is heavy!"
Spoiler: That cloud is made of several TONS of water vapor. It's heavier then a car. It just looks light because people are like "cloued float in air, IT'S LIGHT RIGHT?!?!?!?!?!?!"
So unless you can use the same force you used to move a cloud to knock a house off it's foundations, I'm pretty sure you have no mental powers.
|zerobackup - 2014-02-28 |
Clewwwwd, bcme a sqr shaype clewwwd
That is exactly how I talk to my dog
|sasazuka - 2014-02-28 |
At about a minute in, the cloud looks kinda like a mirror image of the Ferrari prancing horse if you squint.
|Bort - 2014-03-01 |
A decade-old account of something similar, at a Starwood Festival:
There was a fantastic moment of high theatrics -- and possibly what we would call the most falling-down-laughing-inspiring example of gross superstition and eager self-delusion ever seen at Starwood -- when the storm clouds above the raging bonfire threatened to turn into a tornado, or at any rate, to swirl together in a way that was even more menacing than the bolts of lightning and the scary thunder (these evincing great whoops from the easily impressed fire dancers with each thunderclap). One peg-legged obese wheelchair ridden crone, I was told, took it upon herself and her vast psychic powers to STOP THE TORNADO. Hollering at the drummers to go faster and faster, and ululating like a crazy Iranian woman (to quote Pope Meyer), she began by sheer force of PAINED EXPRESSION and HEARTFELT GESTICULATIONS to, Magneto-like, psychokinetically DRAG THE COLLIDING CLOUDS APART. At least that's what she seemed to be trying to do. The most hilarious part was that some of the bystanders appeared to take it quite seriously. Who knows? Maybe her hollering and maygyicckkal Ditko-esque gestures did indeed save the campground from the tornado. I CANNOT PROVE OTHERWISE! She did however fail miserably in stopping the downpour, which continued all night, and I heard that after her bout of magical battle with the weather, she fell into a deep trance, looking dead to the world but no doubt continuing this titanic struggle on other Planes and Realms from which lowly sane persons like myself are forever cut off.
The next day, she was seen alone in the middle of the field in her wheelchair, carving at the sky with a pair of magic swords, and -- I cannot absolutely confirm this -- waving her wooden leg at the heavens.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-03-01 |
I think we've found the least useful superpower.
|Riskbreaker - 2014-03-01 |
Is this the guy who was throwing energy at us with a crystal?
|Accidie - 2014-03-01 |
I have this installed, so I was disappointed when I clicked at first.
Sometimes it does that.
|oddeye - 2014-03-01 |
Joke all you want, the cloud became a square.
If that's your idea of a square, I hope you aren't in architecture or construction.
Maybe you have to stand at a different angle!
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