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#1 - Milana Vayntrub for people who don't know her real name. She's a babe.  [+] (2 replies) 05/01/2016 on AT&T Siri - Commercial Cut +3
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#2 - xtrmbragnrytz (05/01/2016) [-]
Doubt she has many lewd photos online tho
#3 - Are vocal atheists the weaboos of religion?  [+] (10 replies) 03/10/2016 on Stalin-kun +10
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#19 - twoeyedcyclops (03/10/2016) [-]
I remember in the 90's being atheist...but I didn't run around calling Christians names or starting shit. Times were so much simpler back then
#17 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
I dont know, i think its more new-agey fags that say they are budhist
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#16 - donatelo (03/10/2016) [-]
Not really, they are simply just edge-cringefags.
#14 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
Considering that a lot of them are weeaboos, I'd say yes.
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#9 - derpsenderp (03/10/2016) [-]
nah its more like vocal christians, example if they go "wow god sure created a beautiful earth"

like a weeaboo saying "wow sasuke sure could run faster than a normal human"

#13 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
where you fucked in the ass by a preist when you where young or something?
because every fucking comment you write the same shit
#11 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
>>#9, >>#8,
"omfg god doesn't exist SCIENCE CAN HELB U xD"

"Im atheist so SCIENCE, LOL SCIENTIST LHC IM RITE?"
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#12 - leonhardt (03/10/2016) [-]
Actually "Logic" is the buzzword of the athetits.

I.e. LEL GUISE ITS JUST LOGICAL XD LOL JUST USE LOGIC
LEL IT'D BE LOGICAL TO CHECK OUT MY REDDIT POST
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#8 - trollmobile (03/10/2016) [-]
i wouldn't say so, since they're not romanticizing something from somewhere else...
mormons maybe?
#6 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
I believe the term is militant atheists.
#59 - The wrist does not have the most movement. It can only Flex/Ex…  [+] (2 replies) 03/09/2016 on Chain arm +1
#61 - msamnesia (03/09/2016) [-]
You can rotate your wrist a full motion in any way you need it, and it's got more dexterity than your shoulder. As for shoulders, bending it too far in one direction will dislocate it.

And the elbow is an hinge joint. It goes in 1 direction. The rotating motion, turning your palm up or down, affects the wrist motions of movement not the elbows.
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#63 - weepingpancakes (03/09/2016) [-]
Wrist circumduction - a full circular motion made by the wrist - is a combination of wrist flexion/extension and ulnar-radial deviation, not a distinct third degree of freedom. The wrist in the sagittal plane has about 130 to 160 degrees of movement while the shoulder has 170 degrees of movement. In the frontal plane the wrist can move up to 60 degrees while the shoulder has a full 180. On top of it all, the shoulder has 145 degrees of rotation. The wrist has zero.

Bending anything too far in one direction will dislocate it.

The elbow may be a hinge joint, but all the muscle that act in pronation (pronator teres, pronator quadratus, brachioradialis) and supination (supinator, biceps brachii, brachioradialis) all act at the elbow joint. While the wrist does move, the muscles themselves are of the elbow joint making it an elbow movement. The elbow moves in two planes, the transverse plane, and the sagittal plane. If the muscles involved went across the wrist, it would be considered a degree of freedom of the wrist, but they don't. In terms of degrees of movement, the elbow has 170-180 degrees of rotation. When combined with the shoulder, it allows the hand 360 degrees of movement, but it is incorrect to assume that this full 360 degrees of rotation is all from the wrist.

Source - Kinesiology of the Musculoskeletal System - Foundations for Rehabilitation, Second Edition, and my degree in Human Physiology
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