Post me a .GIF - Tell me a story!

Daddy shark doot doo do-doot do-doo

A) The graphics in that new Maneater game are great.

B) I really hope it was a drone capturing that footage.

Raytracing with Notepad:

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Reminds me of porn from the early 90s.

farley3k wrote:

When you're watching a classic movie for the first time and see a reaction that would make a good GIF

Time to re-watch Cannonball Run!

Oh no! Oh wait...

MRW a website asks me to disable adblock

Ya need the sound on but it is pretty darn good

https://imgur.com/images/play.svg

All hail hypnocat

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WUT?
Need the sound on but it is clean

This is fast

Cool, but why is that a thing?

I have no idea, but when you think about it why is throwing a long stick the farthest an Olympic sport? (aside from "we always have thrown sticks!)

farley3k wrote:

I have no idea, but when you think about it why is throwing a long stick the farthest an Olympic sport? (aside from "we always have thrown sticks!)

I'm pretty sure cup stacking didn't originate out a need to hunt or to wage war... but history never was my strong suit.

Mantid wrote:
farley3k wrote:

I have no idea, but when you think about it why is throwing a long stick the farthest an Olympic sport? (aside from "we always have thrown sticks!)

I'm pretty sure cup stacking didn't originate out a need to hunt or to wage war... but history never was my strong suit.

You show me the military/hunting tactic that requires a triple jump or pole vault and we'll talk.

Jonman wrote:
Mantid wrote:
farley3k wrote:

I have no idea, but when you think about it why is throwing a long stick the farthest an Olympic sport? (aside from "we always have thrown sticks!)

I'm pretty sure cup stacking didn't originate out a need to hunt or to wage war... but history never was my strong suit.

You show me the military/hunting tactic that requires a triple jump or pole vault and we'll talk.

You think mobility isn't important in either hunts or war? (Pole vaulting supposedly evolved out of using poles to transverse marshes, rivers, and the like.)

Mantid wrote:
Jonman wrote:
Mantid wrote:
farley3k wrote:

I have no idea, but when you think about it why is throwing a long stick the farthest an Olympic sport? (aside from "we always have thrown sticks!)

I'm pretty sure cup stacking didn't originate out a need to hunt or to wage war... but history never was my strong suit.

You show me the military/hunting tactic that requires a triple jump or pole vault and we'll talk.

You think mobility isn't important in either hunts or war? (Pole vaulting supposedly evolved out of using poles to transverse marshes, rivers, and the like.)

I think that a specific series of a hop, a skip and a jump isn't important in hunts and wars, yes. As is pole-vaulting onto a crash-mat.

My point is that pretty much any sport has long evolved past it's roots as a war-analogue for that comparison to hold any water any longer.