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Almost anything can be submitted as a thesis as long as its relevant, and makes an arguable point.
The earth was flat
I learned the earth is flat. You did not know?
That makes sense.
After all, a giant conspiracy that would cost trillions of dollars to maintain and involve every single government of the world (including North Korea) for no discernible benefit is definitely a more likely scenario than the earth just being the same shape as the rest of the planets and moons in the solar system.
There are two Walmart supercenter stores that closed off the grocery side and just operate the general-merchandise side.
Because the only thing more tacky than a Walmart is one where half the store is haphazardly tarped off.
Why did they do that?
So, Paul McCartney is in the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie. Apparently.
Wait what? Source please?
Yes, I agree with this dude. How? Why? When?
It's on his verified Twitter.
Huh. Shit. Glad to see Paul's still doin' stuff.
Must be pretty rare for Johnny Depp to be in something and not be the most famous person involved.
Well Keith Richards was in the third and fourth Pirates movies as Jack Sparrow's dad.
Right, so it's not that rare, then, even in that franchise.
...Now you've made me wonder whether I saw him and didn't recognise him in costume, or if maybe I've only seen the first two films. I know I've seen at least two, but I'm not sure if I've seen a third (or a fourth) in that series. They any good?
edited 13th May '17 6:29:43 PM by BestOf
The second and third ones pale in comparison to the first one and have a boatload (pun intended) of issues, but overall I'd say they're fine if you, like, wanna get drunk and watch some pirates kick ass. The fourth one sucks outside of little moments here and there.
I should add that movie scripts are acceptable as a masters thesis for UCLA's film majors.
#24656: Because the stores were underperforming on the grocery side, but not to the point of closing entirely. They apparently planned to do this at a few other underperforming stores, but it never happened.
I thought everybody said the fourth one was better than the third one.
There's a significant number of people in the American Civil Service who want to get rid of the tenth amendment and reorganize the entire administration along national lines.
Metacritic, Rotten Tomatoes & IMDb disagree.
A gift kiosk at my local museum has been converted to a breastfeeding station.
I just learned that Jason Ritter, The voice of Dipper, played a major character in Freddy Vs Jason.
Hagfish have teeth.
Are they anything like lamprey teeth?
The arrangement of the teeth is superficially similar, but the teeth themselves are very different.
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