Mind Blowing Random Thoughts


Why am I trying this…


Apr. 22nd mind blowing random thought of the day: Wealthy people in China can hire someone else to be prosecuted for crimes on their behalf, a process known as ‘ding zui,’ which translates to mean “substitute criminal.”


Lol well that kinda defeats the point doesnt it? smh sounds a lot like our politicians too

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Just like the Catholic church selling their indulgences. :confounded:

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If the world was flat, wouldn’t cats have knocked everything off of it by now🤔


Apr. 23rd mind blowing random thought of the day: Every high school in New Zealand is permitted to have 1 pound of uranium and 1 pound of thorium for the conducting of nuclear experiments.


If Mr. Caterpillar is always moving forward in his journey, but ends up back in the same place he started, is he really moving forward?

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Lee Majors, the Six Million Dollar Man recently mentioned here on TS @Geo is 80 today!


I have to fact check this by my brother who lives there… I can’t believe it…


By all means! Note that they are permitted to have these materials, but that does not mean that they actually do have them.

Apr. 24th mind blowing random thought of the day: Cockroaches that have been bred aboard the International Space Station have been reported to be stronger and faster than those on Earth.


Why would anyone want to breed cockroaches?


Great examples of resiliency. Cockroaches can survive for up to 3 weeks without their head. They die because they starve to death.


I think that fact was more mind blowing than the first one that you shared. :slight_smile:


Apr. 25th mind blowing random thought of the day: Black box flight recorders on aircrafts are actually bright orange so that they can be found more easily in an emergency. They were originally called “black boxes” because that was the color of early electronic prototypes.




Apr. 26th mind blowing random thought of the day: The White House didn’t receive its official name until 1901, first given by President Theodore Roosevelt. Before then, it was referred to as the “Executive Mansion.”


Fun fact about the white house: the very first weekend after I moved to DC i went out exploring and got caught up in a security lockdown as i was walking towards the white house lol. This woman came flying down the street doing about 70 with capitol and DC metro police following her. She made it almost to the capitol building before she wrecked and we heard gunshots. According to the news she was possibly bipolar and schizophrenic and definitely suffering from post partum depression. Her boyfriend said she claimed to be a prophet, that Obama had their house in Connecticut under surveillance, and was going to have her killed soon. She hit one officer in her attempt to ram the barricade at the white house before she fled, then tried to back up and run over another one after she wrecked so they finally opened fire and killed her :confused: When they got to the car they found her baby in the back seat, luckily he wasnt hurt.


Thats sad.

On another note, DC is one of the most surveilled cities in the world, with most of the city being watched through agents or security cameras.


Apr. 27th mind blowing random thought of the day: A person weighs more when the lights are on than when they are off, as the body absorbs photons emitted by the light.