Jump to content

ManvsMini

Members
  • Posts

    3477
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    27

ManvsMini last won the day on December 5 2021

ManvsMini had the most liked content!

3 Followers

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Movies, books, binge-watching Netflix, trivia, Labrador retrievers, combat sports, challenges I'll probably fail.

Recent Profile Visitors

22532 profile views

ManvsMini's Achievements

Godlike

Godlike (8/8)

26.6k

Reputation

  1. Actually yes. I had Bill Clinton speak at my college graduation many moons ago. He spoke about being open-minded, how just because you may not agree with someone doesn't mean that you have to dislike them. Fairly relevant words, considering the world today. It was way better than my brother's, who had a former surgeon general speak about the importance of oral hygiene (had been a dentist).
  2. Question 140: Category: Food in History What was the first fruit that was eaten on the moon?
  3. Question 139: Category: Skills You May Have A cruciverbalist is someone who is skilled at what?
  4. For clarification, you are looking for a synthetic substitute, as you are trying to avoid buying Kolinsky? Or another natural hair alternative?
  5. Put fresh litter in the litter box, that'll draw it's attention away... for about 2 minutes.
  6. Question 138: Category: Take a Big Whiff Which is the only nation to have its own official scent?
  7. Puppeteer-controlled, a la Farscape. And all the other humanoid types in the show.
  8. Question 137: Category: Fantastic Beasts (Yes, And Where to Find Them) The electric eel is native only to what continent?
  9. When I started at my current job, I heard cries of "woo!"coming from down the line periodically throughout the night. My first thought was, "Is there a bunch of Ric Flairs working here?" Turns out they actually just go "woo!" every 100 units that are completed. The team leader at the end of the line thinks it's good for morale... others find it irritating. I think it's a commercial in the making for the company and Ric Flair... he apparently needs the money if he's still trying to eek out one more match. And he did the CarShield commercials recently.
  10. Yes, I do. It's at the end of a road, on a decline (or incline, depending on how you view it). In winter months, the mailman frequently gets stuck on snow and ice that builds up in the road because it rarely gets plowed, and the mailman never learns to just get out and walk to the box. It fits smaller packages and large envelopes, or those shipping bags that clothes sometimes come in. Not sure if a gaming book would fit in it, but a hardback novel does.
  11. Fell asleep, so late on the next round, but here we go! Round 20 Question 136: Category: Event Origins The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race was inspired in part by what event?
  12. Answer time. Question 129: Name of the Scooby-Doo van? Answer: Question 130: World’s first mass-produced car to feature an all-aluminium body? Answer: Question 131: How many claws does a domestic cat have? Answer: Question 132: Four-stringed instrument has notes traditionally tuned to G, C, E, A? Answer: Question 133: Velcro was inspired by what natural items? Answer: Question 134: What does a bar over a Roman numeral indicate? Answer: Question 135: The three things are you never supposed to do with a mogwai? Answer: Ok, 7 questions asked. 6 worth one point each, and the 7th worth potentially 3 makes 9 total possible for the round. Combined with the running tally, that makes 140 total possible points thus far.
  13. Having a hard time deciding which level to pledge at. I don't have a 3d printer, so getting the physical prints is a must. The question is whether to spring for the STL files (which I am leaning towards) or not. Reached out to my brother to see if he knows anyone with 3d printer who'd be willing to do some printing service for me. Definitely giving it some level of pledge.
×
×
  • Create New...