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Author: Heroic Mulatto
“Mickey’s Best Friend” is a controversial 10-minute cartoon that was shown in theatres on November 15, 1929. It was later banned and isn’t allowed to be shown again due to its history of causing psychological trauma to young children after viewing its content. The cartoon was animated by Ub Iwerks, with music composed by Carl Stalling. It was originally intended to be a Halloween-related short which revolved around Mickey Mouse and Eustace, an anthropomorphic dog character.Read More
I once trolled a libtard so hard his eyes rolled out of their eye sockets and then worms rose from the ground to eat the eyeballs. Then they consumed the libtard, resulting a brutal painful death, and then a huge bird arrived and ate the libtard’s corpse. After that, the Skeleton King came down from above slashed the corpse in half with his sword, which looked pretty fucking metal, and ate it raw. Then he sunk into the underworld and all that was left was me doing the Fortnight dance. Mark Dice then came out of the darkness and said that I was the Ultimate Libtard Destroyer. He clapped so hard that the whole world began to shake and to scream from this amazing act, and then as soon Mark said “When you destroy a libtard, epic style,” the world began to rawr! (Yes, rawr!!!) And this caused the world to split in two, but unfortunately it turned out that a hellish beast came out of the center of the earth and it clapped with us. Then the world exploded.Read More
The Reynolds equation, first derived by Osborne Reynolds in 1886, is a partial differential equation which describes the flow of a thin lubricant film between two surfaces. It is derived from the Navier-Stokes equations and is one of the fundamental equations of classical lubrication theory. The principles of the theory are derived from the observation that the lubricant can be treated as isoviscous and laminar and the fluid film is of negligible curvature. The classical Reynold’s equation can be derived from the Navier-Stokes equations and the equation of continuity under assumptions of: constant viscosity, Newtonian lubricant; thin film geometry; negligible body force; and no-slip boundary conditions.Read More
Heyy 41y/o Glibertarian contributor looking for serious girl that;s into kittenplay/ddlg for a big polyamorous family :3 <3 i would love to have a house of like 3-5 kitty girls i would love to make a special playroom in my house with carpet and fluffy blankets and full of stuffies pillows and toys and a big closet with cute clothes and costumes and many kitty ears tails and collars i would give every kitty a special engraved kitty collar tag and i would give each girl a special cage designed to her liking comfort and style so she could sleep in it or when she has a time out go in there :3 <3Read More
Bob from Bob the Builder is known to have a group of some type of extraterrestrial beings that happen to look like construction machinery. However, throughout the series, he is seen to be abusing and forcing them against their will to work for the slave master Bob the Builder. This is a clear example of how the television series alludes to the slavery era present in the United States during the 1800s. He always suppresses them into manual labor through his “Can we build it?” chants, which reflect upon the mentality of the plantation owners from that era. In addition, the other citizens of the town are like the whites in the South actively supporting them and demanding products while the “slaves” continue to live in a red, cold, and dark shed. Bob the Builder can also continuously buy more “slaves” and fuel his own idea of slavery in the present day. I absolutely cannot believe how such a television show with such a terrible influence to the younger generations can be broadcasted all over the world. I demand congress to ban this so-called “kids” show from countries all over the world, or else I will stalk and enslave Keith Chapman and make sure he learns a lesson.Read More
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