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Nonada

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Date Signed Up:9/10/2010
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latest user's comments

#59 - You're a monster. 10/20/2014 on ungh +3
#78 - Yeah, I think he might've been making a joke. 10/18/2014 on Cringe Comp Numbruh 11 +1
#118 - My account hit four years old last month and I'm just seein' w…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/14/2014 on Denial -1
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#136 - APURPLEPYTHON (10/14/2014) [-]
Thanks for letting us know.
#38 - He's in tears because of the memory, not the spice. 09/28/2014 on Cultural Differences +10
#110 - They had a red sun and I doubt it since they're pretty much all dead.  [+] (2 new replies) 09/10/2014 on Batmath +1
#111 - imtryingmybest (09/10/2014) [-]
i mean before they died, i wonder if we would have super powered activated by a certain sun, like a young blueish-white sun
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#125 - angelusprimus (09/10/2014) [-]
They had series of wars that ended up with them becoming extremely paranoid about rest of galaxy. So they destroyed their space technology and focused on Krypton. For millenia.
So they didn't know about getting powers under yellow sun.
#23 - I just noticed that the beaver is dead.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/03/2014 on Superheroes taking selfies 0
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#27 - misterblack (09/03/2014) [-]
And what do we do with dead beavers, Nonada?

We stuff them.
#41 - I don't think you read the sliding stones article because it's…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/01/2014 on Question Everything +2
#56 - ascendedtribe (09/02/2014) [-]
All the ice does is reduce the friction so that the wind provides enough force to move the rocks, the wind still does the work (and yes, the ice part was also known).
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#51 - theghostrider (09/01/2014) [-]
" Then on sunny mornings, the ice covering the pool begins to melt, breaking up into large floating panels that move across the playa** with light winds of up to five meters per second**".

It's a combination of both factors.
#12 - I didn't plan on watching this movie, but when I found out it … 08/28/2014 on Times are changing +1
#74 - Comment deleted 08/28/2014 on #rekt 0
#8 - I do what I can. 07/20/2014 on Gore 0