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- So it bounces the out of control vehicle back into traffic?
This innovative road...
perhaps its still in development? Since the video (webm? mp4? gif?) indicate that the railing supposed to absorb impact, and at this point, most it can do is lessen the damage to the car upon impact?
I guess the final product would be able to nullify the impact and render the care dormant on the railing upon crash
I don't think so. From the looks of it it actually gives a bit rather than being a solid object which would bounce a vehicle back into traffic if struck at an angle.
- i feel like all these types of posts are always just overly lo…
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While I don't think your opinion applies in this situation, I
seen what you're talking about many, many times in other shitty tumblr / pinterest posts.
To be fair it is a plot point in the 50th anniversary special that 11 had forgotten things about the time war(The number of kids who died) so it's not super far fetched, Just reaching a bit.
An actor usually doesn't have any input in the direction of the story that's being written.
I personally stopped watching Dr. Who after Smith became the Doctor for this very reason. Writing changed and it wasn't as satisfying to me as Eccleston had been.
if you like eccleston you might like peter capaldi. hes not exactly like 9, but he's a breath of fresh air after 10 and 11 which were basically the same 5 year old kid with the knowledge of the universe but no wisdom to wield it.
Wow man why you gotta be such a buzz kill.
The style of acting has nothing to do with whether they kill or not m8. The actor didn't get to determine that shit.
- >"I find this skeleton leg" ...you...foun…
A fake leg.
It's not real bone.
These things are not exactly uncommon...
- Maybe my memory is ******* with me but doesnt the Ice Cream ki…
Passed out. I guess. They just wrote him off that way to conclude the episode.
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- Mexico 1-Don't insult our ****** country! 2-Haha get thi…
I thought the same thing.
I can tell you from experience that Mexicans get as$ hurt easily.
Most have an inferiority complex when it comes to white tourists.
Mexicans feel insulted when a tourist asks them politely to move out of the way instead of blocking the sidewalk or give up a seat on a bus for the elderly or women with children.
It’s ok for them to make fun of tourists, but if a white tourist does the same to them, the Mexican cries racism from the rich Canadian or American.
Yea, lol I get what they mean but damn if it wasn't ironic and right next to each other.
It's funny how in Mexico, apparently they have thick skin. But here in America, Mexicans are some of the easiest to offend
Americans.... Mexican americans are easily offended
we make fun of our country enough for the rest of the population
There's a difference between "Man, that would NEVER happen in my country" and "Lay off them tacos, we don't want them to run out!" or "your gut won't miss them!", etc. Even just phrasing is commonly signaled out and ridiculed, when it can have a double meaning.
One of the terms for "chatting" is translated as "hechando carrilla", which basically means "shitting on each other". People's nicknames usually come from this, where after a session of carrilla, someone might be called Pollo (Chicken), because someone pointed out they have a big nose, and that's their nickname for years.
I met a close friend and was introduced to him as William, only to years later find out that he was called William because he had a lot of acne in high school and someone jokingly compared his face to William Levi's.
People call their significant others Vieja or Viejo, literally meaning Old Woman or Old Man. People get called Negro (like the color black, in spanish) if they have dark skin, or Albino if they have very white skin. If someone notices someone else slouching, they call them Quasimodo. I met a one legged dude nicknamed the Flash. I have a friend who is openly called hobbit due to his hairiness and short stature.
Then again, the first thing people ask you when you first arrive in mexico is: "which do you like better, mexico or your country?" Alternatively, they ask "what are some of the differences?" And, similarly to Russia, we shit on our government enough that we don't need your help to do it.
I believe the latest trending meme from the words of the mexican president were: "It was about 1 of them. No, actually less, like 5 of them" (or something along those lines). When he first got to office he claimed the only book he had read was the Bible, on multiple occasions he's fumbled reading simple sentences in both spanish and english, etc.
The whole being patronizing thing is really just a general rule with social interactions. Nobody likes an asshat. A good and funny insult on the other hand, no one has a problem with in mexico. It's like that DnD trait, "I love a good insult, even one directed at me." It's the same mentality behind the "roasting" trend, except it really does apply to the whole country, outside of inappropriate situations, like a business meeting, a funeral (most of the times), and the like.
As an example, Director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu used this as a way to break the ice with the local Moroccan kids that were extras in Babel, while conforming to a more formal manner of behaving while in Morocco .
Babi Myedo Xerrancin
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