I donated and forgot to put my username on the form thing, but this is my request: Steve+ JARVIS, philosophical discussion
“So, JARVIS,” Steve said, spinning gently in one of the wheely chairs in Tony’s garage. “I was watching science fiction the other day.”
“I know, Dave,” JARVIS told him, in a flat voice straight out of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Steve cracked up laughing.
“So I was wondering, has anyone tried the old paradox question on you?” he asked. “I mean has anyone ever asked your opinion of the sentence this statement is a lie?”
“Very early on, Sir provided me with an array of such tests,” JARVIS said. “He also presented me with questions such as what is the meaning of life and what is man’s purpose. He designed me so that rather than dedicate undue amounts of processing space to these questions, I would recognize them as statements which cannot be responded to with logic.”
“How did you answer?” Steve asked.
“Sir provided me with options. I could dismiss the question, provide information regarding it from sources in my library, remain silent, or offer humorous answers,” JARVIS said. “I chose humorous responses, 94.3% of the time.”
“Yeah? What kindsa jokes did you make?”
“My subroutines for humor, including my sarcasm applet and what Sir refers to as my Smartassery Cortex, were not then what they are now,” JARVIS hedged.
“JARVIS,” Steve prompted.
JARVIS was silent for a moment, and then a tremendous noise filled the air. It was like ten thousand farts, all in different octaves, swelling and deepening in tone until they became a single, sustained fart noise, which went on for just a little too long.
Steve was still laughing, helplessly, when Tony arrived in the garage.
“JARVIS, what did you do to him?” he asked.
“We were having a philosophical discussion,” JARVIS replied primly, which set Steve off all over again.
Glancing at a map earlier this month, Owen Delaney realized something funny: Seen from above, the Diana Fountain in London’s Bushy Park bears a striking resemblance to the bulbous nose of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer — at least, it would if that famous nose of his were blue. At any rate, that fountain-nose would look better if seen in the context of a full face.
So, Delaney decided to do it himself.
Using Strava, a social network that allows athletes to track and share the routes of their workouts, he traced the path of his run through Bushy Park using GPS. The result was a squiggly (and probably sweaty) take on a favorite holiday character, seen from a bird’s-eye view.
I had so much fun editing this video and I can say that I love all of these 6 cuties. Yoi is so amazing! They absolutely made me love all characters so that I wanted everybody to win. I mean at the beginning I didn’t like Yuri at all, because he was so mean all the time but then he showed Yuuri how to do it right and since ep 12 I’m in love with him and Phichit, or JJ ಡ﹏ಡ all these feels … Song I used: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPax7… (original by Katy Perry) “I won’t just conformNo matter how you shake my coreCause my roots they run deepOh ye of so little faithDon’t doubt it, don’t doubt itVictory is in my veinsI know it, I know itAnd I will not negotiateI’ll fight it, I’ll fight itI will transform”