Post a picture, entertain me!

I'm starting to see why marquees seem to be a dying art form.

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Rykin wrote:

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Paging Jonman...

Rykin wrote:

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I can't decide if this a poly-friendly or poly-hostile...

thrawn82 wrote:
Rykin wrote:

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I can't decide if this a poly-friendly or poly-hostile...

I'd be willing to bet that, based on the pricing, the owner of that business/writer of that sign has never even heard of consensual poly-amorous relationships and that will soooooon be to their detriment.

Demosthenes wrote:
Rykin wrote:

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Paging Jonman...

If that's in San Francisco, tell me now. Heading down there in a week, with my wife and daughter. Staying with my girlfriend. All of us like free stuff.

Demosthenes wrote:
thrawn82 wrote:
Rykin wrote:

Large Funny picture was here

I can't decide if this a poly-friendly or poly-hostile...

I'd be willing to bet that, based on the pricing, the owner of that business/writer of that sign has never even heard of consensual poly-amorous relationships and that will soooooon be to their detriment.

"Wait so she knows about... and they are both cool with..." *business owner's head explodes in a cloud of red ink*

They do have a "*terms and conditions to apply" part. I wonder what they are?

The Wife and GF must not know eachother and must go through a rigorous questioning prior to approval.

I wonder what those questions would be?

"SCIENCE CAN SAVE LIFES"

*twitch*

BadKen wrote:

"SCIENCE CAN SAVE LIFES"

*twitch*

Descartes walks into a bar...

thrawn82 wrote:
BadKen wrote:

"SCIENCE CAN SAVE LIFES"

*twitch*

Descartes walks into a bar...

Descartes wrote:

Ouch!

BadKen wrote:

"SCIENCE CAN SAVE LIFES"

*twitch*

This is what happens when you neglect the humanities for STEM.

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I don't get it.

They're both the exact same photo.

I still don't get it.

Chairman_Mao wrote:

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It's an optical illusion - the brain sees the two images as one image, and expects the streets to converge in the distance due to perspective. Because they don't converge, the street on the right appears to be slanted more to the right than the street on the left.

Here's another example using the Leaning Tower of Pisa, with an explanation: https://www.scientificamerican.com/g...

Well, using the magic eye technique it appears to be a stereogram? I get some 3d effect, but none of the 'blur' you get from hidden differences.. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I think it;s going over my head as well

edit: in after the explain. I get it now.

It's a sail boat and a dolphin.

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BadKen wrote:
Chairman_Mao wrote:

IMAGE(https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/blogs/cache/file/6FBCD4BA-F1B9-4B10-8B99275B8304A514.jpg)

It's an optical illusion - the brain sees the two images as one image, and expects the streets to converge in the distance due to perspective. Because they don't converge, the street on the right appears to be slanted more to the right than the street on the left.

Here's another example using the Leaning Tower of Pisa, with an explanation: https://www.scientificamerican.com/g...

whatever dude.
the first place my brain took me to was
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I see you too have been visiting Italy.

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Is that one of The Roots?