It's missing the husk/shell, so it's just a regular fruit.
Nothing can accelerate faster than the speed of light in a vacuum. The train in a vacuum is an inertial reference frame which is the same as all other reference frames. As such, walking in the train feels the same as any other train on earth. You are faster than the train relative to the train and only the train. However, you cannot be faster than the speed of light, so what occurs is time dilates and the length of the train contracts to outside observers to account for the difference of speed inside the train. Very simplified and probably inaccurate at some parts, but this is the gist of it
You haven't been to the right strip clubs.
I mean how many tom cruisers are out there?
I've convinced my six year old granddaughter that I had a dinosaur living in my back yard when I grew up. She periodically asks me questions about what it would do in different situations
That's how people are made if you think about it
Or sexuality is fluid and not binary
Just like blonde hair is fluid and comes in many different shades.
Nah. I spent like 2k to build my rig and I've definitely spent way more than that on steam over the last 10 years.
Better than school food
Not doing something is technically a form of doing.
Yeah? Why does this belong here?
If that's the only mark I leave on this world, I'm ok with that
Year but thats better than "Err err err errr!!!!"
Privilege works by the same means and mechanisms as the reasoning behind a casino offering roulette.
If you bet on black and roulette, the casino is not betting on red, it's betting on not black. If there were only black and red on the board there would be no difference, but there's those green zeros. So the expected payoff on a bad on black or red would be 18 out of 37 instead of 18 out of 36. (And really awful casinos where there's more than one zero it could be as much as 18 out of 39).
White privileges like having a special card that, when you go to the casinos, you can bet on not red or not black instead of betting on red or black.
Anybody who's been in the military knows that rank has its privileges. Those privileges are not absolute or instant. You get to go to the officers club and socialize with your senior officers, which gives you just the slightest advantage in your future promotions compared to someone who's serving in the ranks .
Privilege is like sandpaper, sanding off the rough edges and making pegs fit their holes just that much nicer.