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Orange Glasses

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QueenOfFrance87

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Just had to share this little guy real quick. This is Fidough, a new Fairy type Pokémon, and it is a Pomeranian made of bread dough. So far, generation 9 has a lot of cute Pokemon. Can't wait to play Pokemon Scarlet/Violet soon!
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QueenOfFrance87

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It's not easy being Bulbasaur...

(I found this "Draw Bulbasaur's Face" meme on Facebook, thought I'd share my picture here. A little sloppy with the lines, but otherwise looks decent.)
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Forest Cat

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Random quincidence, when you watch a soccer match on tv between Sweden and Denmark, it says "SWE DEN" in the corner of the screen. The remaining letters not used are "DEN MARK".
 

grommet

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In the 1980s the largest private funder in fusion energy research was Bob Guccione, the pornographer, publisher of Penthouse Magazine. He spent $10 million.
 

grommet

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When you hear a person talking to you, you are not just hearing their voice directly. You also hear their voice reflecting off everything nearby and between you. This includes their chest, your chest, the floor and ceiling, objects. It is called 'ambient sound'. Because those sounds travel further they arrived delayed but your brain processes all the sounds together.

This is important because in recreating sound like in a movie theater, to make it more realistic ambient sounds are reproduced using ambient speakers. If you sat close to them or only heard those sounds, they would be muffled and distorted. When there is a gunshot on screen or a person speaking, a door slamming, the front house speakers broadcast that sound but the ambient reproduce the sound as it would naturally arrive to you in the scene's environment with it bouncing off floors, objects etcetera. Without realizing it, your brain processes all these sounds together and you are more immersed because of it.
 

QueenOfFrance87

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If one goes to Google.com and google the word "cat" there should be an orange button with a paw print on it near the top right corner of the screen. Click on the button, and a paw print will appear. Click anywhere (except for the web links) after that, and cats will put their paw prints on the area that you click.

This is only for today, in honor of International Cat Day. I tried it, and it was both cute and fun. Give it a try if you can!

Here's an article about it, too.
 

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