One of your buddies spends a ton of time talking about playing a game called "King's Knight" on his phone while you're boring him fishing, or when you set up for camp. It turns out that King's Knight is a real game, or will be this year. And yes, you can play multiplayer with your friends on your phone.
Of course, any 'fringe' group feels this way. Pedophiles on the dark web, for instance: http://www.cracked.com/personal-experiences-1760-5-things-i-learned-infiltrating-deep-web-child-molesters.html
It's a rough position, where the intersection between 'acceptance' and 'shame' lies. While the Internet has helped a lot of people who have been traditionally shamed for who they are find support networks that help them learn to be okay with themselves, it turns out that axe cuts both ways. Turns out there is a lot of Fringe out there for communities to form.
Remember when the worst of it was just Juggalos and Otherkin?
Really weird that the Transition team blocked his testimony, but blocking a person who has successfully changed Trump's mind on some of his worse ideas (like torture), could be a bad play.
Dems, you need to pick your fights carefully.
I kind of expected Trump to take a shot at William Henry Harrison's record set during the 1841 Inauguration. I'm torn on whether or not I'm glad Trump didn't stand up and talk for 2 hours.
This speech failed to bring the country together. It spoke only to the people who voted for him, and not to the people who are most critical of the incoming administration, whom Trump appears to be trying to pretend don't exist. A disaster of an Address, but sadly, rather expected.
Which leaves me thinking that the Screenwriter's for that movie must have somehow learned about this material before having Montgomery Scott hand over the invention in their movie.
Technically known as aluminum oxynitride and sometimes called “transparent aluminum" this material is not truly a transparent metallic aluminum, but rather a transparent aluminum-based ceramic. It offers some interesting possibilities for high-strength, non-shattering -- even load-bearing -- windows. It will also remain transparent even after being deformed.
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