September 9th, 2015

city walls

(no subject)

Poll #2021863 showering

how often do you shower, on average?

more than twice a day
0(0.0%)
twice a day
3(2.3%)
daily
71(54.2%)
every other day
39(29.8%)
twice a week
9(6.9%)
once a week
6(4.6%)
less than once a week
3(2.3%)

if you live with others, and know their show schedule(s), how often do they shower, on average?

more than twice a day
2(1.6%)
twice a day
6(4.7%)
daily
67(52.8%)
every other day
28(22.0%)
twice a week
14(11.0%)
once a week
7(5.5%)
less than once a week
3(2.4%)



Feel free to explain the logic behind your shower schedule in the comments.

DK / DC / Don't Shower: How many miles do you put on your car per year, on average? How much of that is work vs. play? Where do you go with all those miles??

DK / DC / Don't Drive: What are your favorite / most used methods of transportation? How expensive are they? Where do you go with all those feet/yards/meters/miles/kilometers/light years??
the hell

(no subject)

Weird question, but if someone was using an illegal animal trap, and a person was caught in it and injured—what would be the penalty for that? Are we talking fines, or jail time, or what?

(For the purposes of this question, let's assume we're talking in the U.S.)
QB SACK!

(no subject)

How much time has to pass, or what conditions need to be met, in order for an event to be considered historical?

I suppose technically all events that have occurred are historical, but we wouldn't tend to think of news from, say, yesterday or last week as historical. So what counts? I would think that by now 9/11 is a historical event, but what about, say, Kanye declaring his candidacy for president at the VMA's? Is that a historical event? How about the legalization of same sex marriage in the U.S? What about the Seahawks blowing it in the Super Bowl? What's the cutoff?

Are there events that you consider historical that happened chronologically after something you don't consider historical?
reptile

(no subject)

You have a sudden craving for fruit punch. What do you do?

Get a premade bottle/carton
14(19.4%)
Mix up some of the presweetened powder
3(4.2%)
Mix up an unsweetened envelope with the sweetener of your choice
4(5.6%)
Figure out how to make it from scratch
3(4.2%)
Ignore it, it will pass
31(43.1%)
Yell "Hey Kool-Aid!" and wait for the giant pitcher to burst in and give you some
17(23.6%)


How do you explain the gaping hole that's now in your wall?