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Mans R @mansr

Toying with DALL-E. This one is for @mwlucas and his rats.

emeb @emeb
emeb @emeb

Ben Nicholson and cat

Attila Kinali @attilakinali

GuMo

Mans R @mansr

Some idiot elsenet: "you can't live without electricity it's as simple as that"

The medical gender gap: they tend to say that most medical research is done on men, ignoring the differences between men and women.
However, I'm quite sure the new Nivea sunscreen was tested only on women without limb hair.

No idea what is the real intention. Other instances had a black cracked display, or showed the time on the Android (locked?) home screen.

The Swiss invented the non-booting urinal (seen in a German highway toilet)

und was macht Julian heute, lieber Sazzy? youtube.com/watch?v=MQm4f9QGau

Oh, es gibt ne Fortsetzung von 300 gr. Schokolade im alphabet Konzern youtube.com/watch?v=Q7_3Z_JoJU

Attila Kinali @attilakinali

Why is everyone talking about fusion like it's happening now? We haven't even managed to sustain fusion that can produce as much as the machinery consumes. It doesn't seem likely to happen in the next few years, maybe not even in the next decade. And then it'll take a decade to commercialize it.

Yet everyone is talking like it's around the corner, that there is only this one little thing we need to figure out and then we'll have solved all our energy problems. And the climate crisis to boot.

Ai dink wee gaaaad a broblem end meybiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiieh de Psycholinguisitk cän helb tz.de/muenchen/wiesn/englisch-

GuMo

time has come to celebrate our lonelyness

wir sind allllein

Mans R @mansr

With many churches struggling financially, perhaps they could learn something from the rather more profitable football clubs. I'm envisioning a system wherein saints and prophets are traded similarly to football players. Annual leagues could then be held with encounters taking place in RPG form. Surely that would attract more of an audience than a dry sermon by a tired old priest.

Mans R @mansr

Another example might be fans of Liverpool FC. Their belief is that Liverpool is the best football team. While this is clearly untrue (they didn't win the league), they do win some games, lowering the wrongness score, and the number of believers is smaller than that of Christians. Both of these are, however, compensated for by the fervour of the adherents, many of whom go to great lengths to attend as many games as possible. Taken together, the religion threshold is easily exceeded.