I thought Power Rangers myself. One of the mid-period series where they were just going through the motions, before they hit Mystic Force and went mental.Vie said:I wouldn't have said Castle Crashers, partly because I've never heard of it, I'd have said a mildly perverted superhero.
Especially now that we might just have $20 trillion in shale-oil [http://www.news.com.au/business/companies/trillion-shale-oil-find-surrounding-coober-pedy-can-fuel-australia/story-fnda1bsz-1226560401043].Little Duck said:This. Very this. Never kid about this. Ever again.NuclearCatsplosion said:I had a brief surge of terror when Graham said "Final Feed Dump" but then he said Fantasy and everything was fine.
In other news, I'd have thought that risk would be a good way to get kids to learn the globe. It's how I learnt it. Or at least the basics. That and, strategically, Australia is a powerhouse and we should all be afraid.
I was thinking the same thing so much I ended up reading through the earlier posts multiple times just make sure nobody hadvarmintx said:
Ah but we Canadians tend to use a terrifying mix of both systems. People and animals are generally measured in pounds and feet/inches. Distances walked may be measured in miles, but driven in kilometers (speed is in kph). Large distances will of course always be in kilometres (or AUs )shiajun said:
Wow...that's kind of messed up. I'd go crazy trying to keep track of things.Dimitriov said:Ah but we Canadians tend to use a terrifying mix of both systems. People and animals are generally measured in pounds and feet/inches. Distances walked may be measured in miles, but driven in kilometers (speed is in kph). Large distances will of course always be in kilometres (or AUs )shiajun said:
Mechanical things will generally be measured in centimetres. Building supplies, hoewever, (ie lumber) are usually in inches.
Temperature is always celsius... except when talking to old people or Americans, so we tend to know farenheit, at least roughly.
Acres are used for land, not hectares.
And finally millilitres and litres for liquids, grams and kilograms for most foods (although pounds get used too for butter or potatoes for example), and occasionally for milk people still use pints, quarts, and gallons though of course litres is are normal (alcohol is also often expressed in ounces for bottles and of course a pint of beer).
Also I enjoyed this Feed Dump.
They use a monopod for Fump, IIRC. whoever was holding it must have shifted during those shots.Alfador_VII said:Nice work again guys. And awesome hat, although of course it works better on Kathleen.
However, please get a new tripod. That slow camera sway particularly on all of Graham's segments was starting to make me seasick by the end :/
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