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pokemon fandom events of the past

- pokegts.us
- nintendo wifi termination on may 20th 2014, sealing all pre-3ds pokemon games that used wfc to their lonely doom
- lumiose city save glitch
- obscene nicknames on the gts usually with jirachis
- “WANTED: Reshiram — Lv. 9 and under”
- ferriswheelshipping
- mega mewtwo y’s debut and everybody jumping to MEWTHREE
- dont fucking make another fire/fighting starter you bastards
- no es fake, es hada
- flying vs fairy type sylveon discourse
- the entire fucking sun/moon games leaked a week early and the banwave that ensued
- HOENN CONFIRMED
- pokemon mystery dungeon in 3d: Put It Back
- “is this digimon now” @ mega evolution reveal
- ranking generations
- those three mythical pokemon that everybody knows about because theyre in the games files but dont get officially released until a year or two later
- rip wondertomb/wondereye
- darkrai nerfed as dark void accuracy went from 80% to 50%
- the ghost girl in x and y
- the split opinions on pokemon black and white 2
- friend safari
- charmanders scream in pokemon origins
- danny devito as detective pikachu meme
- dennis/ghetsis
- smugleaf & wotter & pignite
- 7.8/10 too much water

feel free to add your own

Regardless of other factors, do you believe asexual people have the right to be part of this community because of their asexual identity?

Yes: 94.2%, 1838 respondents.
No: 5.8%, 113 respondents.

Regardless of other factors, do you believe aromantic people have the right to be part of this community because of their aromantic identity?

Yes: 92.2%, 1771 respondents
No: 7.8%, 149 respondents

Meaning of the letter “A” when appearing in LGBT[…]+ acronyms:

  • Asexual: 95.4% of respondents, 1936 total
  • Aromantic: 80.7% of respondents, 1639 total
  • Agender: 66.7% of respondents, 1353 total
  • Ally: 13.9% of respondents, 282 total.
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Detroit earnings: $7.8 Million

Girl’s Trip earnings: $90.9

so, a quartet of standard issue thots running around chasing (preferably) light-skinned penis is more relevant to you lot than a film about some real shit that went down in 1967 that’s still very much relevant to today? okie dokie…can’t wait to see your next wave of ‘woke’ memes and quotes 🙄

Solar System: Things to Know This Week

Mark your calendars for summer 2018: That’s when we’re launching a spacecraft to touch the sun

In honor of our first-ever mission to the heart of the solar system, this week we’re delving into the life and times of this powerful yellow dwarf star.

1. Meet Parker 

Parker Solar Probe, our first mission to go to the sun, is named after Eugene Parker, an American astrophysicist who first theorized that the sun constantly sends out a flow of particles and energy called the solar wind. This historic mission will explore one of the last regions of the solar system to be visited by a spacecraft and help scientists unlock answers to questions they’ve been pondering for more than five decades.

2. Extra SPF, Please 

Parker Solar Probe will swoop within 4 million miles of the sun’s surface, facing heat and radiation like no spacecraft before it. The mission will provide new data on solar activity to help us better understand our home star and its activity - information that can improve forecasts of major space-weather events that could impact life on Earth.

3. Majorly Massive 

The sun is the center of our solar system and makes up 99.8 percent of the mass of the entire solar system. If the sun were as tall as a typical front door, Earth would be about the size of a nickel.

4. Different Spin 

Since the sun is not a solid body, different parts of the sun rotate at different rates. At the equator, the sun spins once about every 25 days, but at its poles the sun rotates once on its axis every 36 Earth days.

5. Can’t Stand on It

The sun is a star and a star doesn’t have a solid surface. Rather, it’s a ball of ionized gas 92.1% hydrogen (H2) and 7.8% helium (He) held together by its own gravity.

6. Center of Attention 

The sun isn’t a planet, so it doesn’t have any moons. But, the sun is orbited by eight planets, at least five dwarf planets, tens of thousands of asteroids, and hundreds of thousands to trillions of comets and icy bodies.

7. It’s Hot in There 

And we mean really, really hot. The temperature at the sun’s core is about 27 million degrees Fahrenheit. However, its atmosphere, the corona, can reach temperatures of 3 million degrees. (That’s as if it got hotter the farther away you got from a fire, instead of cooler!) Parker Solar Probe will help scientists solve the mystery of why the corona’s temperature is so much higher than the surface.

8. Travel Conditions

The sun influences the entire solar system, so studying it helps us better understand the space weather that our astronauts and spacecraft travel through.

9. Life on the Sun? 

Better to admire from afar. Thanks to its hot, energetic mix of gases and plasma, the sun can’t be home to living things. However, we can thank the sun for making life on Earth possible by providing the warmth and energy that supply Earth’s food chain.

10. Chance of a Lifetime 

Last but not least, don’t forget that the first total solar eclipse to sweep across the U.S. from coast-to-coast since 1918 is happening on August 21, 2017. Our toolkit has you need to know to about it

Want to learn more? Read our full list of the 10 things to know this week about the solar system HERE.

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i hate road rage videos but i can’t stop watching them what kind of LITERAL CHILD must you be to become so incensed at a simple fuck you or finger or honk that you would seriously just….. decide that getting arrested for assault is worth it. “that’ll teach him not to make vague gestures and press buttons in my direction” good job junior one down 7.8 trillion to go

@pyramidgore says, “my sister and my cousin shook me awake at two in the morning and they said i had to take a picture of them or they’d cut my arms off. i thought i had dreamt it until i found the photo on my phone the next day”. With the story, it’s a 7.8/10. That’s hilarious and terrifying, what is on their mouths? Are they safe to be around? I’m especially afraid of the one on the right.  

Exoplanets: Strange New Worlds

Super Saturn

Around a distant star 420 light years away is a planet with such huge rings that they’re 200 times larger than the rings of Saturn, J1407b. The rings are about 74,560,000 miles in diameter and contain about as much mass as Earth itself. Gaps in the rings, like we see in Saturn’s rings, are likely created by exomoons orbiting around the planet, clearing out paths between the rings and keeping them distinct.

(Image credit: Ron Miller)

The Planet of Burning Ice

The most remarkable things happen when you push physics to extremes.

Far away in the Gliese star system is a Neptune-sized planet called Gliese 436 b. This world is covered in ice that burns constantly at 822.2˚ Fahrenheit (439˚ C).

The reason why the water doesn’t liquify and then turn into steam is due to the massive gravity of the planet - it exerts so much force on the water that the atoms are bound tightly together as a solid: burning ice.

(Image credit: ABC Science)

The Diamond Planet

At about 7.8 times the mass of Earth, 55 Cancri e is an extremely carbon-rich planet orbiting a carbon-rich star. The intense density of the planet means that about 2/3rds of this planet’s core is made up of diamond. It’s literally a giant diamond (larger than Earth).

(Image credit: CfA)

Tatooine

Hd 188753 Ab is a planet candidate with three suns. That’s more than even Luke Skywalker got! It turns out that binary star systems are actually quite common, however, and there are many worlds out there where the sunsets would happen twice (or more) a day. Maybe one day a lucky couple will sit beneath a pair of setting suns, holding hands as each star dips below the alien horizon.

(Image credit: NASA/Ames Research Center/Kepler Mission)

The Water World (Miller’s Planet?)

GJ 1214b is 42 light years away from Earth. It’s 25% rock surrounded by 75% water. Its surface is an endless ocean not too dissimilar from what you’d see floating on a boat in the middle of the ocean on Earth.

As you go deeper below the surface though, you’d eventually hit ice. The water surrounding the core isn’t ice because of temperature though: the pressure of the water above it is so intense that it crushes the water below from a liquid into a solid form known as “ice VII”.

(Image credit: Found on Kurir)

Earth 2.0

Kepler-438b orbits a star 470 light years away. It receives a similar amount of energy from its sun as does Earth. Its surface temperature is perfect for liquid water. 

On the Earth Similarity Index it’s received a 0.88, the highest score of any world (except of course Earth). Liquid water almost certainly exists there and with it, the best chance for alien life.

This is the sort of planet that makes me wonder when I look up at the stars, if somewhere far away, there isn’t someone looking back.

(Image credit: NASA Ames/SETI Institute/JPL-Caltech)

- Em không cần người khác thương hại em đâu. Em chẳng tốt đẹp gì cả đâu.

- Em tưởng anh nghĩ là em tốt đẹp à M. Không, anh biết em khốn nạn lắm. Khốn nạn cmn đi được.


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Mình vẫn không tin.
Đến hiện tại thì, ừ, họ đúng thật.

Top 10 Star Trek Planets Chosen by Our Scientists

What would happen if the crew of the Starship Enterprise handed over the controls to our scientists and engineers? It turns out many are avid Star Trek fans with lengthy itineraries in mind.

1. Vulcan

What is perhaps the most famous Star Trek planet was placed by creator Gene Roddenberry in a real star system: 40 Eridani. This trinary system of three dwarf stars, about 16 light-years from Earth, could play host to exoplanets; none have been detected there so far. The most massive is 40 Eridani A, chosen as Vulcan’s sun.

2. Andoria

An icy “M-class” (Star Trek’s term for “Earth-like”) moon of a much larger planet—a gas giant—that is home to soft-spoken humanoids with blue skin, white hair and stylish antennae. In our solar system, gas giants play host to icy moons, such as Jupiter’s Europa or Saturn’s Enceladus, that possess subsurface oceans locked inside shells of ice. Our missions are searching for lifeforms that might exist in these cold, dark habitats.

3. Risa

Another Trek M-class planet known for its engineered tropical climate and its welcoming humanoid population.  The planet is said to orbit a binary, or double, star system—in Star Trek fan lore, Epsilon Ceti, a real star system some 79 light-years from Earth. The first discovery of a planet around a binary was Kepler-16b, which is cold, gaseous and Saturn-sized.

4. “Shore Leave” planet, Omicron Delta region

This is another amusement park of a planet, where outlandish characters are manufactured in underground factories straight from the crew members’ imaginations. In real life, astronauts aboard the International Space Station print out plastic tools and containers with their own 3-D printer.

5. Nibiru

“Star Trek: Into Darkness” finds Captain Kirk and Dr. McCoy fleeing from chalk-skinned aliens through a red jungle. Red or even black vegetation could exist on real planets that orbit cooler, redder stars, an adaptation meant to gather as much light for photosynthesis as possible. An example may be Kepler-186f, a planet only 10 percent larger than Earth in diameter. At high noon, the surface of this planet would look something like dusk on Earth.

6. Wolf 359

A star best known in the Star Trek universe as the site of a fierce battle in which a multitude of “Star Trek: Next Generation” ships are defeated by the Borg. But Wolf 359 is a real star, one of the closest to Earth at a distance of 7.8 light-years. Wolf 359 is also a likely observational target for the Kepler space telescope in the upcoming Campaign 14 of its “K2” mission.

7. Eminiar VII/Vendikar

These two planets are neighbors, sharing a star system. So, of course, they’ve been at war for centuries. While we have no signs of interplanetary war, multiple rocky worlds have been discovered orbiting single stars. A cool dwarf star called TRAPPIST-1 is orbited by three Earth-size planets; two have a chance of being the right temperature for liquid water, with possible Earth-like atmospheres.

8. Remus

The planets Romulus and Remus are home to the Romulan Empire (ancient Rome, anyone?), although Remus seemed to have gotten the raw end of the deal. Remus is tidally locked, one face always turned to its star. Tidally locked worlds might well be a real thing, with many possible candidates discovered with our Kepler space telescope. The habitable portion of the surface of such planets might be confined to a band between the day and night sides called the “terminator zone”—a.k.a. the twilight zone.

9. Janus VI

A rocky world lacking an atmosphere, perhaps similar to Mars. While humans must maintain an artificial underground environment to survive, the innards of the planet are a comfortable home to an alien species known as the “Horta.” Their rock-like biochemistry is based on silicon, rather than carbon, inspiring us to imagine the many forms life might take in the universe.

10. Earth

In the Star Trek universe, Earth is home to Starfleet Headquarters; the real Earth is, at least so far, the only life-bearing world we know. No true Earth analogs have been discovered among the real exoplanets detected so far. But a new generation of space telescopes, designed to capture direct images of exoplanets in Earth’s size range, might one day reveal an alternative “pale blue dot.”

Learn more about exoplanets at: exoplanets.nasa.gov

Link to full article: https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/news/1378/top-10-star-trek-destinations-chosen-by-nasa-scientists/

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Himan遊記(17/03/31)

雖然是高雄人,但還真的沒去過himan探探險
所以今天就找了一個圈內優top一起去
一開始進去覺得館內很小,沒有我想像中的大
付了錢、拿了鑰匙就去脫衣服啦
邊脫就有人在注意我們兩個(好喜歡被視姦
而且我還穿私藏白色3gun內褲哈哈
只不過脫衣服的時候一直受到ktv噪音干擾…
本來還想進去玩玩的說(例如裸尻、邊唱歌邊被吹之類的
我們脫完衣服就到浴室洗澡
洗澡的地方還不錯
只是蓮蓬頭設備有點糟…
而且對外的門一開始還是開的…
洗澡的當下有人一直透過玻璃再看我們的屌(這個設計又滿足我一次暴露慾了,讚
而且放沐浴乳的洞也可以看到對面正在沖水的屌
邊洗我的優菜朋友告訴我top手環戴左手、btm戴腳或右手、vers是手臂(我也不知道對不對反正我就戴在手臂啦!哈哈
是說洗澡的地方有點略暗,我覺得可以再亮一些
洗完澡之後他就帶我去暗房繞繞
沒人在打砲、也沒什麼優菜
很多肉男經過都要摸一把我的翹臀
一開始有點嚇到(雖然沒有我的菜,但還是蠻有成就感原來我是菜哈哈!
而且暗房真的超級暗,都看不太清楚長相跟身材
而且如果突然被拔套也不知道!大家去玩要小心!!
逛完暗房後去了蒸汽室
還是找不到菜 我以為今天會很多人的說
按耐不住的慾望讓我直接在蒸汽室吹起我朋友的屌(他只是陪我來,只想幹我哈哈!
這舉動引起大家觀看,有人想加入但我朋友都拒絕啦~
後來人多到太誇張我們就出去,也是因為裡面很悶
後來我們就坐在浴室外滑手機、偶爾互相玩玩屌,看看有沒有菜來
從17:00到18:40都沒等到
整個himan我也晃了很多圈
還被一個穿藍色三角瘦猴一直盯著看(很恐怖
最後還是跟我朋友去暗房玩囉!
我們到第一間暗房玩(其實我比較想在浴室玩,比較刺激,只是我不想被不是菜的碰…
鎖上門後我們褪去最後一塊布料
開始69
龜頭一直都是他的敏感點
我也不例外
我們兩個互相攻擊對方敏感點
後來他壓下我的屁股(體位是我上他下
開始舔我的肛門
被舔的感覺很奇妙
不經意就呻吟得很大聲
期間不斷有人來敲門,我也就越叫越大聲
反正他們聽得到吃不到哈哈哈
後來我的一段舌功後他就繳械了
我就坐到他大腿上讓他幫我出來
我問:『可以射你身上嗎?』
他:『可以啊,你開心我就好』
我說:『那你要小心喔!我可能會顏射你哈哈』
他:『!?怎麼可能,射那麼遠?』
我:『不相信你看啊!我要射了!』
『ㄜ嗯!要射了!』
大概射了20發
前7.8發射過他的頭
幾發在他脖子上
其他都在胸部
他:『幹!好扯,是幾天沒射?還好我頭有撇開不然就真的顏射了』
我:『就三天的量啊!』
後來收收東西沖澡後換衣服就準備走人
換衣服還是一樣被難題的歌聲干擾…
而且19:10走人的時候還是沒有菜進來,哀
如果不是跟我朋友來,可能我真的沒玩到什麼吧…

我是今天17:00-19:10穿白內褲的(好像也只有我穿白內褲哈哈)
有沒有結實大屌以後也想一起去的啊?
可以3p哈哈!