NoodleSnoo287 karma2015-10-20 17:55:49 UTC
I grew up in Iowa where we had a deposit on aluminum cans. It didn't stop litter, but it made small job opportunities for kids or others who saw cleaning up cans as a way to make a quick buck.
I paid for a lot of video games with recycled cans.
And I knew a guy who bought his mom a house with the proceeds. That was his full time job.
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NoodleSnoo30 karma2019-09-18 04:14:12 UTC
Do you want ants? Because this is how you get ants.
NoodleSnoo26 karma2017-07-30 01:44:26 UTC
You've got a great point. A kitchen robot is super conceivable, however the concept of obesity and harm go together, but we're going to want treats from it.
NoodleSnoo26 karma2016-12-25 02:43:59 UTC
Take that back. The raspberry filled donuts there are totally legit.
NoodleSnoo18 karma2014-12-17 15:52:08 UTC
I loved that film too. Saw it as a kid on TV and was taken by the intro animation of the mythos and then the rest of it. I read the book later and really enjoyed it.
I've also had a few similar reactions to media. The other prominent one was Dune, which I also caught on TV and later read. Both of these works really stuck with me. For me, this ranks up there with Lord of the Flies, which is a nearly perfect book.
Well done, sir.
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