Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by Bama Samurai, Jun 12, 2018.
Now THAT's eatin'!
That’s the way I do it.
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True American cuisine. Pure and simple genius!
The real deal.
But, how do you get there legs apart? Sorry...I had to.
Assuming that thee Law of Conservation of Matter applies to the Incredible Hulk, then either the Hulk must be ultra-light or Bruce Banner must be super-dense.
Or.... maybe in becoming The Hulk, he takes matter from the surrounding area (or the air) and incorporates it into the big green guy. Then, in turning back to Bruce, looses it in the form of energy... perhaps as infra red.
In all seriousness, yours is an interesting point... where does the extra mass come from? Something for the next cocktail party, for sure.
Edit: and why has this never been discussed on The Big Bang Theory?
That's a good question. It's a perfect topic for them. I can only surmise that the writers never thought of it.
Here's another thought; How far off the ground do you have to be, before you are in the sky? And does it count, if you are indoors?
yes sir ,i was waiting..
The Navajo know.
Olympics being held in Japan. If the David Banner gamma radiation tale is true--shot put records about to fall.
Who put what where? Short, sweet, a little angry.
Had a bottle of Buckler last night. NA brew by Heineken, on the back label it says “Enjoy Buckler responsibly”.
That's another event that would be a challenge to broadcast(besides archery)...the shot put.
Life is not about having what we want.
It's about wanting what we have.
If Olympics were limited to events that test the physical prowess of individual athletes, I'd watch more. Track and field, boxing, wrestling/grappling, weightlifting, etc...
Curling is not a sport. It is at best an activity. There, I said it.
No argument here.
I’d rather watch women’s curling than most other Olympic events. Maybe I just have a fondness for Nordic ladies in spandex?
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