1. I’m pretty sure they’re talking about a dog dick but I don’t see it either. I think I know what they’re talking about but I’m still not 100% sure.

  2. That’s pretty much how it happened. I really loved that game. I wanted to go to the US and visit some of them but the pandemic came along and I couldn’t travel so I figured I’ll just build my own…

  3. Yes, we bought the plot of land adjacent to ours a few years ago and built it there.

  4. Knurling as a process, but possibly bespoke knurling tools to give the male and female pattern?

  5. That faded ass polo is telling me you’ve got a low ass credit score and a Nissan Altima.

  6. Do we assume the role as a protagonist and come face to face with all bosses etc? Racoon city all day. I'd rather fight tyrant fully locked and loaded with the most powerful weapons I have saved ammo for than pyramid head with a fucking pick axe or some shit

  7. Great story! I was seriously on edge I'm on a train and a tree branch ran past the window I nearly shit my pants

  8. Well I will now litter just to upset your fragile mind of yours and who worse litterbugs or big companies like BP with oil spill or Japan releasing the nuclear water into the ocean or all the private jets I would love to know since you are so well informed

  9. I'll do what I want because other people are worse is an excellent excuse to be a piece of shit

  10. Should have shit on her car seat then pissed on it scummy bitch

  11. I can't think of a better way to spend my last 15 minutes than to be surrounded by strangers on Reddit who hate me.

  12. I love it. Definitely a better game than 7, 6, and 5, though not as horror as 7. Still creepy in a different way though for the most part. It’s similar to 4 in a lot of ways obviously, but also in the way that the enemies aren’t too particularly scary, but the fear of being overwhelmed by them is usually present.

  13. Same. Mercenaries in 5 for me were the best, but like the whole game, only with a buddy. I loved taking turns on mercenaries in 4 with friends, but tag taking it in 5 was a blast.

  14. I never played mercenaries haha but I played through 5 in coop dozens of times absolutely loved it

  15. Why oh WHY is it nearly everything I see a creepypm post it's some fucking wretch referring to themselves as daddy 👨 🤣💀

  16. On May 21, 1946, physicist Louis Slotin and seven other personnel were in a Los Alamos laboratory conducting another experiment to verify the closeness of the core to criticality by the positioning of neutron reflectors. Slotin, who was leaving Los Alamos, was showing the technique to Alvin C. Graves, who would use it in a final test before the Operation Crossroads nuclear tests scheduled a month later at Bikini Atoll. It required the operator to place two half-spheres of beryllium (a neutron reflector) around the core to be tested and manually lower the top reflector over the core using a thumb hole on the top. As the reflectors were manually moved closer and farther away from each other, scintillation counters measured the relative activity from the core. The experimenter needed to maintain a slight separation between the reflector halves in order to stay below criticality. The standard protocol was to use shims between the halves, as allowing them to close completely could result in the instantaneous formation of a critical mass and a lethal power excursion.

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