When I was a kid I was afraid of P.E. until I realized that The FitnessGram™ Pacer Test is a multistage aerobic capacity test that progressively gets more difficult as it continues. The 20 meter pacer test will begin in 30 seconds. Line up at the start. The running speed starts slowly, but gets faster each minute after you hear this signal. [beep] A single lap should be completed each time you hear this sound. [ding] Remember to run in a straight line, and run as long as possible. The second time you fail to complete a lap before the sound, your test is over. The test will begin on the word start. On your mark, get ready, start.
@member berry, nice
@member berry, I just started hyperventilating as a natural reaction
@member berry, well that hits me right in the PTSD.
@member berry, #bestcomments
@member berry, first thought while reading was "what?" The next was "God dammit"
@member berry, the bleep test.
@member berry, dammit
Absence of photons means presence of monsters. It’s science.
I used to tolerate spiders, but then my sister told me that her classmate had a welt on his knee that put him in the hospital. Long story short: the welt turned out to be a spider egg and it hatched inside him and I don't trust spiders anymore.
@oddnumbersrule, please delete this comment.
When I was a kid I was scared of my creepy Uncle Carl, but then I realized it was nice to be someone's type for once.
@Midnite St0rm, r/subredditsashashtags
God I love elon so fvcking much. No homo though *sweats profusely*
What a nerd
Well now I'm scared of photons
Elon mask, a respectable man. But he suggests some of the most dumb things I've ever heard. First a tube without air (I forgot the name but it basically uses the fact that there's little air resistance if there's none. It's dumb as it will be impossible to maintain and going at high speed could mean death if there's a tiny contact with anything including the walls.) then commercial rockets. (this is also dumb as rockets are literally a bomb, people are trying their best to abandon the idea of rockets but he just loves rockets. Not only that, he plan on having it out inside the city, which is extremely dangerous and can cause deadly environmental problems due to the particles and gasses released as if the city air wasn't bad enough. If a airplane can be delayed for up to 4 hours due to one unscrewed nut, imagine a fvcking rocket. Because of these dangerous factors, the chance of death is 1 in a hundred which may not seem like a lot but an airplane is only 1 in 29,400,000.)
@Steven guy, I would agree with you normally but seeing as he's done so much, I'm sure he's at least considered the problems associated with his ideas, and they may be just that, ideas with no real follow up. I'm sure you've had ideas you've told your friends or family that ended up sounding dumb or unfeasible after thinking it over like everyone
@Prince super Vegeta , but what's worse that people have thought of commercial rockets in the past, there was an article in the 80s or 90s talking about it but people from nasa deemed it as dumb
@Steven guy, true, but you gotta experiment irl if you wanna evolve. What's best on paper might not be the best in reality, as well as the opposite. True, the way he said it might've been said that way more for the layman than anything else, but here's another thought: you know what sounds weird? "A horseless carriage. No way humans can go that fast! Their skin and flesh'd be ripped off at speeds above 25mph!" All I mean is, allow room for experimentation before you pass judgement on an idea being, well, dumb. But yeah, some things he says are kinda dumb sometimes like this quote lol
@Prince super Vegeta , you say that but the tube with no air resistance (the name was hyperloop) was experimented. Elon mask invited several teams from different universities to make a pod (in a smaller scale than the real thing) that will go fast and reach the end . My friend visited the hyperloop and said it was one of the worse maintenance he has seen, all of the walls inside the tube are all rusting and there's water stuck inside the tube due to the students pods. Not only that, the winner basically used electric toy car essentially. It's quite fast but what's the point if you're not going to come up with something new?
@Steven guy, I haven't been following the hyperloop project, so I could be completely wrong right now, but even if you aren't using new technologies, and just putting together old ones, you could still get something new and useful out of it. But I suppose you know better about the hyperloop than I so I'll trust your opinion on it. I'll obviously look it up as well, but since you say your friend checked it out himself, that's probably better than some article on the Internet
@Prince super Vegeta , BTW, it didn't get anything new out of it as it was literally a remote control toy car that was fast.