Congratulations author sir (or madam), you have nailed it.
The first test is inaccurate. The eye you will see through changes depending on where the object is in your vision. I just tested it by looking at two objects next to each other, one at a time. After that, I haven’t bothered to try the remaining tests.
This is the most true article of true articles. I was a DJ for all four years - main staff for three - and now I’m one of the community members. I didn’t have an embarrassing DJ name though, I copped out and used my middle name.
My shows were always in the early morning or the evening, so fortunately I didn’t have to mess with the EMS very much. But the few times I did - usually for tornadoes - they rattled the sheeeeeeeeeet out of me.
*Chevy Camaro. Come on now, guys. It’s a classic car!
Not sure whether I’m amused by the massive amounts of win, or terrified by the amount of time and stalking that went into this.
21/28. The YouTube ones got me.
I’ve only been aware of this since last night and I’m already sick unto death of reading that “most of Tumblr’s users weren’t born when Yahoo! was founded.” Even if that were true, it would not mean that those users aren’t aware of Yahoo. This supposed ignorance is the weakest and least realistic argument for why Tumblr users aren’t accepting the buyout. A challenge: Go to the Yahoo tag on Tumblr and count the number of times someone asks “What is Yahoo?” and compare it to the number of times someone cites precedent, an article, or personal dislike as a reason they aren’t into Yumblr. Then stop perpetrating this shitty excuse.
Of course their first GIF is too big and flashes obnoxiously. Did Mayer even look at a Tumblr tag before she made that? That being said, I don’t think Yahoo will screw it up. Yet. Give them a few months to get comfortable. Then cultures will clash, and we’ll start seeing itty bitty changes. So don’t freak out yet, just enjoy Tumblr as we know it while it lasts.