Jesus wants to swim in a pool.
Not that game again!
KAL VAS FLAM!
UO was the original massively successful MMORPG for those who are wondering. It’s addictiveness rivaled WoW.
The easiest and quickest way to make money(gold) in the game was by learning inscription and selling scrolls produced with inscription skill to both vendors or players. There were also player houses AND personal vendors that you could put items on sale through it. There were also mounts that you could tame/buy that were very durable and good looking. There were also runebooks that were like addressbooks for teleportation. You could mark any spot in the world with magery skill with runes and insert those runes into the runebook. Many items were newbified so that meant when you die they stay in your bags. The downside of UO was that it required you to eat to not die of this thing called “hunger”(such a foreign concept to mankind, isn’t it?).
the drops are getting very small for some reason, never seen it before.
gas cannisters blowing up, and people of course didnt immediately get away, especially one that films it all.
Well, the filming distance grows as the explosions grow too… also helps that canisters start taking off and dropping all over the place, even the police car puts soem distance after the large canister flies away.
Also, as for the water drops, they shrink when the surface tension of the main body drops below that of the droplet, thus the droplet “scatters” and loses some content until surface tension rebalances, then the surface bounces up and the droplet flies away and falls repeating the process. With less and less water the droplets just shrink until merging completely with the main body. Slow motion cameras are cool!
And now I’m off to bed. Nighties lovelies!
Also: Serious baguette is for serious eaters!
Photo taken in Paris, 1945. I guess the woman had some kind of business, seeing how she wears an apron and also carries six bottles of wine.
With six bottles of wine and such long baguette, a serious party would be made.