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frickyeah1990s:

my apartment could use a floppy disk coffee table.

cbssports:

Bulls coach Thibodeau on Nazr Mohammed’s shove of LeBron: “From my angle, I just saw a guy flop.”

You tell us: Did LeBron flop?

jtotheizzoe:

We never sit here under the weight of all this air, the 5 x 10^18 kg of atmosphere that sits above everyone on Earth, and say “Gosh, that sure is heavy!”
You don’t realize just how powerful that 1 bar (~100 kPa) of pressure is until a train car is filled with steam, allowed to cool, and then implodes ohmygod did that just happen?
For more implosion goodness, check out this awesome video from Veritasium.

jtotheizzoe:

We never sit here under the weight of all this air, the 5 x 10^18 kg of atmosphere that sits above everyone on Earth, and say “Gosh, that sure is heavy!”

You don’t realize just how powerful that 1 bar (~100 kPa) of pressure is until a train car is filled with steam, allowed to cool, and then implodes ohmygod did that just happen?

For more implosion goodness, check out this awesome video from Veritasium.

sportdigest:

Factor #8: Flight of the Falcon

Harrison Barnes is a rookie who played his college ball at UNC. Coming out of high school, he was one of the top recruits in the nation. After two season at Carolina, he decided to enter the NBA draft where he was picked by the Golden State Warriors. He has been an integral part of the Warriors offense and defense this season. He captured the nations attention with this vicious jam over the 6’11” Nikola Pekovic. Both his and his teammates, Carl Landry’s, reaction are priceless. This video shows just how excited teammates get after a monster facial. 

So many people have been bashing Chris Broussard for stating his views on Homosexuality in an interview with OTL on ESPN. First of all I suggest you watch the entire interview before you come to your own conclusions about what was said. 

ESPN had both a Gay man, LZ Granderson, and a man who disagreed with homosexuality, Chris Broussard, in on the discussion. This conversation ended up being primarily a debate on religious beliefs and each persons interpretation of the Bible. Both men were able to state their opinion on the topic and I believe a balanced debate was provided to viewers.

Anyone who is calling Chris Broussard a bigot needs to understand that he is just expressing his beliefs of the Bible. If you noticed, he spoke out against heterosexuals who have sex outside of marriage as well. These are his convictions about what is right and what is wrong. 

Many argue that the Bible has been used to back up other bigoted opinions throughout history. And they are right, many people take scripture out of context and try to twist the scripture to fit what they believe. Again, this just leads us back to a debate on what the Bible really says.

Chris Broussard is not a bigot, judging from the interview he and  LZ Granderson are actually friends and even hang out sometimes. This is a debate on scripture and a difference in religious beliefs.

edwardspoonhands:

it’s a cat in a cup!