That man literally moved mountains for his family and friends. Clearly I'm going down these one by one
@lakewood20, there are also pressure differences between the base of the mountain and the village, so the guy effectively (even if very slightly) altered the local climate as well.
What I'm trying to say is: He literally moved the heavens and Earth for his wife and friends
Wait. Somebody paid $90 thousand for a framed picture of something off the Internet? The "sample picture" on eBay is the exact same thing just download the image and print it yourself and buy a $5 frame. That's like a several hundred percent savings
@lakewood20, dude, I wish I was the person who tried to sell it. My friends woulda called me stupid at the time, but d@mn that's a lot of money
@lakewood20, it's not about the money, it's about the message
@lakewood20, you have little faith that people cant remember 6 things in a picture they just saw, huh?
@CynicalSir, I'm just cynical, sir
@lakewood20, clearly you lack an understanding of modern "art"
Wow, you'd have to be one heavy drinker if you're knocking back neutron star shots!
@SurgeonSean, took me a second, but then I realized that relativity effects are negligible on Earth.
*looks at shot glass filled with neutron star matter* still not as dense as my ex-girlfriend
A shot glass filled with neutron star matter would weigh as much as your mom
Art used to be something to cherish
Art can now be literally anything
This post is art
@Michael Fassbender, Post 74070 is art.
@Michael Fassbender, $$
@Michael Fassbender, eh, not enough nudity. $60,000
Imagine holding that shot glass as each little drop dropped in weighed its proportionate weight like how much heavier would it get and what color would the liquid be?
@lakewood20, neutron star material can only exist in places of extremely strong pressure. The atoms in a neutron star were stripped of their electrons and turned into that matter by gravity alone
@mas2de, bottoms up
Also why can't every Main Street be littered with wise sayings about being good people?
These are cool
Did they even have beer 4500 years ago?
Maybe if lightning stuck one of those wooden buildings, it would kill the local animals and they would be reincarnated as local mythic guardians watching over the weather and conditions of the town and surrounding fauna.
I may be under the influence. Of caramel apples and smarty dust
Fun fact: the world is a pyramid. Why do you think everything is built in triangles?
Sumerian cuneiforn? That's pretty neato