PAO scientists are taking a moment out of their Friday, today, to look back at some of their best acheivements. Among them, the legenday Ether Bong.
“A giant, anvil-shaped cloud bubbles up towards the Earth’s stratosphere, looming over West Africa. The amazing formation would be invisible to anyone on the ground and would even be obscure from a regular passenger jet since they can reach up to 75,000ft. But astronauts captured the astonishing picture from hundreds of miles up as they orbited the globe on the International Space Station. Anvil clouds are formed mostly from ice and normally form in the upper parts of thunderstorms. They get their shape from the fact that rising warm air in thunderstorms expands and spreads out as the air bumps up against the bottom of the stratosphere. Streaks of snow are often seen falling out of the edges of anvils. This light snow usually evaporates as it falls through the relatively dry air surrounding the upper part of the thunderstorm.” w/ photos
The thing that concerns us here.. is how the hell did this get onto Youtube, if its from the PAST?
Today we did something for the kids going to summer camp. Listen, we know it sucks, we’ve been there. 99% of the time it isn’t like the National Lampoon movies where every single person (including counselors) get laid. But let’s be honest, a full sack of batter can lead to numerous unexpected boners. Full release is a must while at camp. Use this flowchart to guide you along my young padawans.
Pineappleope.com has been questioned by many of its readers. Questions ranging from A to Z. Pineappleope.com decided to do a little Q and A with readers as a Pineappleope.com feature.
Question: From Lars C. of Deleware, Could You Die from Breathing too much Fart Gas?
Answer: If it’s your own farts, there are no health hazards. If it’s someone else’s, then yes there are potential health problems, including hepatitis. Remember, a fart contains the same bacteria as the actual p00p.
Microsoft and Yahoo reached a long-awaited partnership Wednesday in a bid to challenge Google’s dominance in online search.
Under the 10-year deal, Yahoo.com and Bing.com and MSN.com will maintain their own branding but search results will say “powered by Microhoo.” Yahoo, in turn, will be responsible for attracting premium advertisers. Microsoft will continue making Xbox.
“Watch Out Google” -Rick O’nielington, Microhoo Buisiness Development Stratagist