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LazyHippo

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  1. Probably the most violent film I have seen from Willis but coming from Eli Roth's movies maked much sense. 7/10
  2. In these detailed infrared images of Saturn's icy moon Enceladus, reddish areas indicate fresh ice that has been deposited on the surface. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona/LPG/CNRS/University of Nantes/Space Science Institute) Saturn's geyser-spewing moon Enceladus may be even more active than scientists had thought. Fresh images created using data from NASA's dead Cassini spacecraft show that Enceladus' northern hemisphere was resurfaced with ice relatively recently. This new information adds to the known activity in the southern hemisphere, where
  3. Happy Birthday Chuuu hope you had a great day!
  4. Hurricane Sally forms in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico coast. Problem with this hurricane is that is moving at a very slow speed so will make historic life-threatening flooding likely for this day or two in the landfall area, good thing is going to weaken a lot because of dry western air.
  5. Well if you see the crescent moon and next to it a brilliant star then is not a star is just our neighbor planet Venus.
  6. The moon and Venus will form a triangle with the Beehive star cluster in the predawn sky. In the predawn morning sky on Monday (Sept. 14), a beautiful celestial sight will likely attract a lot of attention for early risers. A few hours before sunrise, low above the east-northeast horizon you'll see a slender sliver of a waning crescent moon. And located to its left you'll see a dazzling, silvery-white "star" shining with a steady glow. That will be the planet Venus, shining at an eye-popping magnitude of -4.2 (thirteen times brighter than Sirius, the brightest s
  7. Well this time was beach time with family again and goodbye day to my sister.
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    Hello kike! nice to see another "paisano" its great to see your introduction, I also hate needles! even in ET welcome and see you around!
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