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Hello everyone!
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I'll probably start playing then.
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I officially feel like the dumbest person ever for living in America. -_-
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You gott the Swaqq of a cripple.
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Well then, yes I was looking in the mirror.
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Redneck Logic
Two rednecks decided that they weren't going anywhere in life and thought they should go to college to get ahead.

The first went in to see the counselor, who told him to take math, history, and logic.

"What's logic?" the first redneck asked.

The professor answered, "Let me give you an example. Do you own a weed eater?"

"I sure do."

"Then I can assume, using logic, that you have a yard," replied the professor.

"That's real good!" said the redneck.

The professor continued, "Logic will also tell me that since you have a yard, you also own a house."

Impressed, the redneck said, "Amazing!"

"And since you own a house, logic dictates that you have a wife."

"That's Betty Mae! This is incredible!"

The redneck was catching on.

"Finally, since you have a wife, logically I can assume that you are heterosexual," said the professor.

"You're absolutely right! Why that's the most fascinatin' thing I ever heard! I cain't wait to take that logic class!"

The redneck, proud of the new world opening up to him, walked back into the hallway where his friend was still waiting.

"So what classes are ya takin'?" asked the friend.

"Math, history, and logic!" replied the first redneck.

"What in tarnation is logic?" asked his friend.

"Let me give you an example. Do ya own a weed eater?" asked the first redneck.

"No," his friend replied.

"You're queer, ain't ya?"

+Aaron Barnes That's for you bud :)
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hahaha lol
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What do you call a girl in Kentucky that can run faster than her 6 brothers?




A virgin. +1 if you get it :)
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Inbreeding
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Anyone want The Avengers in good quality?
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Sweet! And anytime. I also have Napoleon Dynamite. 
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S..S..S..S..S..S..SWAGG
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+Sheri Tate TATER!!!!!!!!!!
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I just made it up for me.
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2011 AG5: A football-stadium-sized asteroid we need to keep our eyes on

2011 AG5 is a rock 140 meters across on an orbit that brings it near Earth. We don't have its orbit nailed down well enough to say yet, but using what we do currently know, there is a 1 in 625 chance it will impact the Earth in 2040. It's behind the Sun until September 2013, but more observations taken then will probably reduce the odds of impact to something close to 0. But does it make sense to wait until then to start investigating a mission to deflect it away our planet?

I have written an extensive description of the situation on my blog: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/2012/03/06/asteroid-2011-ag5-a-football-stadium-sized-rock-to-watch-carefully/

I don't usually ask, but I worked really hard on this. Please +1 it and share with others. Even if we're safe from AG5, as we find more asteroids we'll be running into this situation more often, and we need to start a dialogue on what to do.

[Image credit: NASA, from the 2005 Deep Impact mission to comet Tempel 1]
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