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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - yutdollacwwwthree
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The suns fw
#202 to #5 - wyattgc
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Look at those pizza sprinkles. yum.
#7 to #5 - crazyolitis
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User avatar #296 to #7 - TommyV
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Cut my pie into pieces,
This is my last dessert,
Whipped Cream,
No Cherry,
Don't give a **** if it's black (or blue) berry
User avatar #8 to #7 - yutdollacwwwthree
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I loled
#20 - haseotakaeda
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"$7 Million to build the Titanic"

Inflation, my friend, inflation...
User avatar #137 to #20 - whatupnachoface
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And by "here", I suppose you mean the world, or at least the rational principles of basic economy.
#210 to #20 - anon id: 60d67af6
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I was just thinking the same
#23 to #20 - deviantangel
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You are indeed correct that the author did not account for inflation.

Most 'authorities' on the subject for the actual cost of the ship, not flat rate inflated (i.e., the RMS Titanic cost approximately seven million USD to the Belfast builder), but actuated cost for materials is suggested at in excess of eight-hundred million dollars.

Those estimations were made by financial planning staff for Clive Palmer's upcoming "Titanic II"--a more modern, robust RMS Titanic.
User avatar #49 to #23 - richode
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from what I've read, even accounting for inflation, that would still only bring the cost to between 120 and 140 million dollars. Less than the cost of the movie.
User avatar #212 to #49 - admiralen
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the movie got over 4,5 billion dollars in profits so i say good deal
User avatar #130 to #49 - thelocksmith
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yeah and the movie was the 2nd biggest grossing movie ever made.......the titanic sunk.
#235 to #20 - tommythek
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Ok, but this doesn't really help explain things...
#9 - minutes
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I would really like some proof to back up these "facts"
I would really like some proof to back up these "facts"
User avatar #177 to #9 - capslockrage
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HURR DURR MURICA IS SO DUM LELELEL DURRR FATMERICA DURRRRR
#227 to #9 - anon id: 80fd0dd0
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Titanic: [url deleted]
Women talk more than men: [url deleted]
User avatar #248 to #9 - volleys
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I know the sun one is pretty accurate.
User avatar #250 to #248 - coolcalx
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I knew a guy who thought the moon was a star.

I hope he's happy at whatever McDonald's he's probably working at.
#60 to #9 - isolotop
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The jellyfish one is only partially true, they'll just dehydrate and be left as a "film" on the beach or whatever.

The same for the tickling one, laughter fear and pain all stem from the same core emotion therefore making it somewhat true.
#201 to #9 - reneeleggett
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Comment Picture
#228 to #9 - broda
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#14 to #9 - scarytown
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Yeah, #10 is right. I also remember reading about it in my Home Economics book back in high school. They started growing square watermelons because they could sit in the fridge better (they won't roll around) and therefore, less food went to waste.
#10 to #9 - yutdollacwwwthree
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Square watermelons
#47 to #10 - anon id: efae1743
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I wonder if you could grow them in the shape of a tube using that technique

inb4 in need of a new dildo
#169 to #47 - anon id: fe8d6e2a
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Cucumber?
User avatar #12 - camtwosixty
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it cost $7 million USD to Build the Titanic
Today that's about $400,000,000
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#57 to #12 - slikmonkey
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$400,000,000? I could fire my gun for 33 seconds!
User avatar #21 to #12 - gangsterish
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It's actually a little less than $164,000,000
#192 to #21 - anon id: 8019deea
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1 000 000 in 1900 = 24 600 000 today
24 600 000x7=[big]172 000 000
#1 - crazyolitis
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Sun's FW people don't even know what he truely is.
Sun's FW people don't even know what he truely is.
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#3 to #2 - crazyolitis
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Goddamnit. This is exactly why Sol has to go to a therapist every monday.
Goddamnit. This is exactly why Sol has to go to a therapist every monday.
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#6 to #4 - crazyolitis
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To the heavens, my friend.
To the heavens, my friend.
#25 - fortunesnowman
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I saw pizza before instead of the sun as the last picture. Somehow this caused my brain to come to the conclusion that "45% of Americans are unaware that the sun is delicious" and I was just
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#30 to #25 - intrepidy
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The sun IS delicious. Sun is a key ingredient in all your foods.

User avatar #55 to #30 - toughactintinactin
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And us technically, everything is made from star carcass.
#230 to #55 - anon id: 09543028
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Mmmm.... star carcass.
#17 - turtlewithashotgun
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I know most people would think of minecraft, but the square watermelons reminded me of this before anything.
#246 to #17 - anon id: fd15c45a
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Time to replay that
User avatar #26 to #17 - thisismyhandle
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Same.
#275 to #17 - bighairyfart
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My first game ever played on GameCube.
My first game ever played on GameCube.
User avatar #38 to #17 - xDarkness
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I just had a huge nostalgasm. I love that game.
#48 - chancevance
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Well what the **** do they think the sun is....?
#93 to #48 - anon id: 19bdf84d
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A really hot planet.
User avatar #102 to #48 - asaltmint
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warm canada
#53 to #48 - myrrdhin
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They think it's "a sun"....dumb as they are <.<
User avatar #58 to #48 - sheperdofthestars
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A lot of people think the sun is a planet... Which makes me not want to live on THIS one anymore.
User avatar #51 to #48 - unikornanarkyh
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I giant ball of fire created by god
#52 to #51 - chancevance
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User avatar #62 to #52 - unikornanarkyh
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You made me laugh, too hard. Thumb, my friend.
#27 - ronyx
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orly
User avatar #186 to #27 - zorororonoa
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Christians: 0
Atheists: 0
Gooby pls: 1
User avatar #28 - demandsgayversion
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I'm sure plenty of non-Americans think the sun isn't a star, too.
User avatar #31 to #28 - afrikaner
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hate it to break it to you buddy but the rest of the world knows and i live in africa and i know ...
User avatar #33 to #31 - mjjrussell **User deleted account**
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Well you heard it here folks. One person in Africa knows that the sun is a star. That means that every single person in the world, aside from the supposed 45% in America, also knows that the sun is a star without a doubt. Only America has ignorant people.
User avatar #35 to #33 - afrikaner
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no but just that statement shows that you are ignorant so ill brave myself for the red thumbs as anger will follow as a norm
#216 to #35 - anon id: b35ee554
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Using your theory that 1 person = all, your not giving a good impression for Africans.
User avatar #289 to #216 - afrikaner
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so your saying you are an idiot and do not understand physics or science or any advance theoretical studies ? so im giving my race a bad name by being educated ?
#108 to #31 - anon id: 2b9375ea
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stfu ******
User avatar #32 to #28 - divinedrgn
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I laugh at anybody over the age of 10 that doesn't know the sun is a star!
Seriously I feel this sort of thing should almost fall under common sense anymore.
User avatar #29 to #28 - demandsgayversion
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Not to mention, what percentage of Americans are children? Probly a lot.