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The Columbus Day Storm of 1962 (also known as the Big Blow,and originally as Typhoon Freda) was a Pacific Northwest windstorm, that struck the West Coast of Canada and the Pacific Northwest coast of the United States on October 12, 1962. The storm ranks among the most intense to strike the region since at least 1948, likely since the January 9, 1880 “Great Gale” and snowstorm. The storm is a contender for the title of most powerful extratropical cyclone recorded in the U.S. in the 20th century; with respect to wind velocity, it is unmatched by the March 1993 “Storm of the Century” and the “1991 Halloween Nor’easter” (“The Perfect Storm”). The system brought strong winds to the Pacific Northwest and southwest Canada, and was linked to 46 fatalities in the northwest and Northern California resulting from heavy rains and mudslides is my favorite kind of weather is your favorite?
So it looks like people’s Xbox Ones are lactating.
STEINS;GATE SYMPHONIC REUNION
They saw an opportunity and they took it.
oh my fuckinh god
I only have one thing to say….
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I LIVE for DAX as THE WEATHER GODDESS STORM!!!!!! LIVE!!!!!
Damn. Serving up weather-manipulating REALNESS!
The LEGO Movie teaser trailer
THIS IS AMAZING
minus, the OVA, which you can find here.
you need to watch the ova
Cosplayer: Rana McAnear.
The Magic School Bus - Gritty Remake
apparently neil degrasse tyson consulted on action comics #14 and just up and found krypton in real life
The “real” Krypton is in the Corvus constellation, about 27.1 light years from Earth, orbiting the red dwarf star LHS 2520, Tyson determined.
The star, which is smaller and cooler than our sun, can be seen at right ascension 12 hours, 10 minutes, 05.60 seconds, and declination 15 degrees, 04’ 15.66.