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thisistheverge:

Watch NASA’s 3D-printed rocket part survive a 6,000 degree test-firing
Reducing number of parts from 163 to just two, thanks to 3D printing

thisistheverge:

Watch NASA’s 3D-printed rocket part survive a 6,000 degree test-firing
Reducing number of parts from 163 to just two, thanks to 3D printing

mypocketshurt90:

heard you were—fuck
heard you—agh
heard you w—jesus gimme a sec—argh
heard you were talking shit

mypocketshurt90:

heard you werefuck

heard youagh

heard you wjesus gimme a secargh

heard you were talking shit

thisistheverge:

GayStation charity console won by a Pokémon
Someone nicknamed “Pumpkaboo” is now the proud owner of a gorgeous, rainbow-patterned PlayStation 4. All it took was 28,300 kr (about $4,119). Swedish retailer Webhallen placed the “Sony GayStation 4” on auction last last month, in celebration of the recent Stockholm Pride Festival.

Collectors edition

thisistheverge:

GayStation charity console won by a Pokémon
Someone nicknamed “Pumpkaboo” is now the proud owner of a gorgeous, rainbow-patterned PlayStation 4. All it took was 28,300 kr (about $4,119). Swedish retailer Webhallen placed the “Sony GayStation 4” on auction last last month, in celebration of the recent Stockholm Pride Festival.

Collectors edition

thisistheverge:

Comcast Confessions: why the cable guy is always late
If you have cable TV or internet, you’ve probably spent some time waiting for the cable guy. And waiting. And waiting. Comcast, like most cable companies, schedules appointments in time frames instead of set times to allow technicians some flexibility. But Comcast technicians told The Verge that they’re frequently booked solid throughout the day, making it easy to fall behind. On busy days, employees said, a dispatcher will even overbook technicians, figuring at least one appointment will cancel.

thisistheverge:

Comcast Confessions: why the cable guy is always late
If you have cable TV or internet, you’ve probably spent some time waiting for the cable guy. And waiting. And waiting. Comcast, like most cable companies, schedules appointments in time frames instead of set times to allow technicians some flexibility. But Comcast technicians told The Verge that they’re frequently booked solid throughout the day, making it easy to fall behind. On busy days, employees said, a dispatcher will even overbook technicians, figuring at least one appointment will cancel.

fuckyeahdementia:

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fuckyeahdementia:

Toucan shows off for camera in Brazil

Brutales…

Brutales…

lostsplendor:

Looks legit

Very cool

lostsplendor:

Looks legit

Very cool