Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Sublime, Oct 1, 2014.
Adding to the whole situation was the fact that it had been damp on the track so most were running intermediate tires. Then it started to piss rain again. Reduced traction + rain + the torque these new engines have = shit show on that corner
The definition of slow down for yellow is different in F1 as well. All the officials need to see is a lift and a slight bump in lap time. It is so competitive that if you slow too much for a yellow you will lose.
Late posting this ...but last Friday there was a huge sale at the Giant Tiger on Dutch Village Rd.
that is a really good price for jane's
I'm more interested in the Tit Cream!
He's in stable but critical condition. Unfortunately he'll never race again. He had a lot of promise
It's pretty common. The tractor isn't right next to the track, its probably a good 75-100ft or more across a gravel trap. They were racing during a Typhoon (literally) and even though there was a yellow flag, the cars still go ridiculously quick. It was a freak accident
Yeah, you're right. I didn't notice the green flag. They shouldn't have been waving it until the tractor was clear of the area
Thought that was underwater at first, was looking for an octopus or something
its how I roll
It took me about 30 seconds, then I saw the barrel of the gun, and it still took a few seconds to see the person holding the gun.
No you'd be a huge Bush Wookie and stand out like a sore thumb.
I want this life.
^ The patience it must take to do one of those Claymation movies must be incredible.
I know! Love Coraline!
Been to see this one ?
Not yet! Probably wait till it comes out. But it's on my to watch list!
The moment a freight train derails after plowing into an 18-wheeler
Saw it at the drive in a few weeks back. It was a complete waste of time. I had high hopes for it
Well after spending the time looking for the sniper...
I've been "on set" at a studio where they film stop motion. The gear and setup they use is incredible to get the detail they want - so much math involved in setting up all the shots. It's crazy. I was only allowed within about 5 feet of a set - one bump to the camera and the day can be pretty much ruined.
Dear Kitten: Regarding The Dog
Great way to deal with a scammer: http://themetapicture.com/guy-receives-a-text-scam/
The Japanese are a very strange people.
Possibly mildly NSFW
Maybe this is why @ourd is all about kayaks?