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fedex - 2015-01-03

:43...I got it!! I got it...I don't got it!

That guy - 2015-01-03

Quick: what animal walked by?

EvilHomer - 2015-01-03

It was a cow. It was the first thing I noticed.

ashtar. - 2015-01-03

guy in a gorilla suit

infinite zest - 2015-01-03

Why's there a cow there anyway? University of Oregon's mascot is Donald Duck and Florida State's is an Appaloosa horse and its Seminole leader Osceola. I hope everyone is OK.

infinite zest - 2015-01-03

oh. Upon closer inspection it's the Chick Fil A mascot, the "EAT MOR CHICKN" Cow. Now I kinda wish the cow had been hit with something. Fuck that place.

infinite zest - 2015-01-03

And not because I don't eat chicken but rather,

That guy - 2015-01-04

reference points for ashtar

ashtar. - 2015-01-03

Why are you so lame, Chocolate Jesus?

Binro the Heretic - 2015-01-03

"Fuck yo shit!"

Retardo Montebaun - 2015-01-03

and lo the lord said, thou shalt have no football over the superbowl, the worship of such shall bring down the really half assed vengence of the lord.

the book of Madden 32:13

simon666 - 2015-01-03

That was fun to watch.

infinite zest - 2015-01-03

This is pretty incredible. We'd get these in Wisconsin during the summer. One time I narrowly dodged one of those canopies while riding my bike home, which went right into traffic and caused a three-car pile-up, and then a tree got split in half about 3 feet in front of me on my way to work, all within a minute or so. It's fun to think about now but I think it was one of the few times I was happy that I had to get inside to work. I didn't think these happened in Cali though.. something to do with some weather system shit I know nothing about that doesn't effect coastal states.. I dunno. Any of you guys meteorologists?

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-01-03

It happens in California once every few years. Tornadoes actually can happen most places in the world, it's just incredibly rare outside the midwest US.

In California there have been a couple of waterspouts over the last decade or so. And tornadoes here and there. You can actually look them up, it's all on record.


blase - 2015-01-04

Dust devils aren't the kind of tornado fueled by supercell thunderstorms, although the physics are probably similar (cool air over warm air). So they can probably happen just about anywhere. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dust_devil

The Mothership - 2019-02-03

Driving between Portland and norcal along I-5 or HWY 99 or some of the Oregon Willamette Valley back roads, my mother would point out dust devils. They were never really that big or scary, it seemed to a 5-10 year old, just cool and fascinating.

Then, living in the Valley as a 33 year old with a 1 year old daughter, I came across a really big dust devil while doing the "parent driving the kid to keep her asleep" thing.

It was terrifying. Clear skies, sunny, June, just driving along; Made the car shake and everything, felt like we were being sandblasted.

My daughter slept through it all. Snoring away.

blase - 2015-01-03

A baby tornado practicing on tents, before it graduates to trailers.

SixDigitDebt - 2015-01-04


I know it's a slam dunk, but goddamn.

ashtar. - 2015-01-05


The Mothership - 2017-04-15

Don't fuck with Oregon dust devils.

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