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: I don't know what he's doing, I just told him to FLOSS! Peter Griffin here, and boy oh boy is THIS ONE a doozy! ILOLed (that's an acronym the young people of today use, and it means "laugh out loud," in case you didn't know) out loud so hard I almost spat my beer out all over my computer and ruined it! Boy would THAT ever be un-epic! Without my computer, how would I ever be able to look at these hilarious maymays and explain them for all of you? Not to mention I'd no longer be able to watch the latest compilations of Ben Shapiro DESTROYing l*btards epically. Explaining me-mes and watching leftists get epically pwned are the only two things Ireally love in life anymore, and ifI were to lose both at the same time, I honestly don't know what I'd do. Probably be so overcome with grief at my life losing all meaning, that I'd be unable to continue living my now-pointless life and put a gun in my mouth. Wow, Ireally went off track there, didn't I? Anyway, this is so epically hilarious because it features a young person, probably no older than fifteen, at the dentist's office But here's the kicker: he's not in the dentist chair or anything! No, instead, he's up and about, swinging his arms around and moving his hips! In the foreground, we have a woman wearing a surgical mask, whom we can reasonably assume is the dentist. She observes the young man confusedly, and proclaims, "I don't know what he's doing, Ijust told him to FLOSS!" See, the dentist is presumably referring to the act of rubbing a thin string between one's teeth to remove excess plaque. That's the historical definition of the word floss," which has been commercially available since 1882. Our young friend, however, seems to have other ideas. See, more recently, "floss" has come to refer to a dance move in the popular online game, Fortnite. The dance is characterized by "a lot of fast arms and hip swings as though using a giant invisible piece of floss," which is where the name comes from. Additionally, the child is drawn to resemble one Russell Horning, popularly known as "Backpack Kid," who helped popularize the dance. With this information in mind, it can be inferred that the dentist is advising the boy to keep his teeth clean, by flossing, but since he's such a gamer, he instead believes that she is telling him to do the Fortnite dance. Now THAT is epic! I tried playing Fortnite myself, a few times, but couldn't really get into it. There's too many
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etheringtonbrothers: For those of you that like everything neatly organised, here’s links to EVERY ONE of my first 150 how to THINK when you draw TUTORIALS, in ALPHABETICAL ORDER for #SkillUpSunday! Enjoy, link, pin, share! Cheers!Lorenzo!How to draw ANGRY EXPRESSIONS How to draw BIRD HEADSHow to draw BOOKSHow to draw BOXES How to draw BREAKING GLASSHow to draw BRICKWORK How to draw CABLES and WIRES How to draw CAR CHASESHow to draw CATERPILLAR TRACKSHow to draw CAVES How to draw CHARACTERS (3-SHAPES)How to draw CHARACTERS (FLIPPED-SHAPES)How to draw CHARACTER SHAPES How to draw COMIC COVERS How to draw COMPOSITION How to draw CROSS-CONTOURSHow to draw EARS How to draw FABRIC How to draw FEET SHOESHow to draw FEMALE HANDS PART ONEHow to draw FEMALE HANDS PART TWOHow to draw FOREGROUND MIDGROUND BACKGROUNDHow to draw GAME BUILDINGSHow to draw GEMS and CRYSTALSHow to draw GIRL’S HAIRHow to draw GRASS How to draw HAIR (1940s styles)How to draw HAPPY EXPRESSIONS How to draw HORNSHow to draw HORSE HEADS How to draw IMPACT DEBRIS How to draw IN 3D How to draw INTEGRATING LOGOSHow to draw INTERIOR BASICSHow to draw IN-WORLD TYPOGRAPHY How to draw JUNGLE PLANT CLUSTERS How to draw JUNK HOUSESHow to draw LAMP POSTSHow to draw LAVA How to draw LIGHTNING and ELECTRICITY How to draw MECHANICAL DETAILS How to draw MUSHROOMS and FUNGUSHow to draw MONSTER HEADS How to draw MONSTER TENTACLESHow to draw MOUNTAINSHow to draw NEGATIVE SPACE How to draw NEWSPAPERSHow to draw NOSESHow to draw PERSPECTIVE BOXESHow to draw PIGSHow to draw POD HOUSESHow to draw POURING LIQUID How to draw ROBOT ARMS How to draw ROCK FORMATIONS How to draw RUNNING FIGURESHow to draw SAUSAGE DOGSHow to draw SEA WEED  How to draw SHADOW COMPOSITIONHow to draw SHOULDER ARMOURHow to draw SIEGE WEAPONSHow to draw SILHOUETTE THUMBNAILSHow to draw SMOKE EFFECTSHow to draw SNOWHow to draw SPACE BIKES How to draw SQUIRRELS How to draw STICK FIGURESHow to draw THE HORIZONHow to draw TIKI STATUESHow to draw TREASURE CHESTSHow to draw TREE BARK How to draw TREE ROOTS How to draw VEHICLES How to draw VINTAGE PLANES How to draw WATER How to draw WOODEN HOUSES: HOW TO THINK WHEN YOU DRAW -THE 1ST 1501 BASIC SHOES RUNNING ROBOT ARMS EARS HINK DRAW MONSTER TENTACLES DETAILS 150 FREE TUTORIALS! 31 90 GRASS I DRAW ROCK FORMATIONS e PAY ALLS DOWN, SKILLS UP!" he wre 58 i il etheringtonbrothers: For those of you that like everything neatly organised, here’s links to EVERY ONE of my first 150 how to THINK when you draw TUTORIALS, in ALPHABETICAL ORDER for #SkillUpSunday! Enjoy, link, pin, share! Cheers!Lorenzo!How to draw ANGRY EXPRESSIONS How to draw BIRD HEADSHow to draw BOOKSHow to draw BOXES How to draw BREAKING GLASSHow to draw BRICKWORK How to draw CABLES and WIRES How to draw CAR CHASESHow to draw CATERPILLAR TRACKSHow to draw CAVES How to draw CHARACTERS (3-SHAPES)How to draw CHARACTERS (FLIPPED-SHAPES)How to draw CHARACTER SHAPES How to draw COMIC COVERS How to draw COMPOSITION How to draw CROSS-CONTOURSHow to draw EARS How to draw FABRIC How to draw FEET SHOESHow to draw FEMALE HANDS PART ONEHow to draw FEMALE HANDS PART TWOHow to draw FOREGROUND MIDGROUND BACKGROUNDHow to draw GAME BUILDINGSHow to draw GEMS and CRYSTALSHow to draw GIRL’S HAIRHow to draw GRASS How to draw HAIR (1940s styles)How to draw HAPPY EXPRESSIONS How to draw HORNSHow to draw HORSE HEADS How to draw IMPACT DEBRIS How to draw IN 3D How to draw INTEGRATING LOGOSHow to draw INTERIOR BASICSHow to draw IN-WORLD TYPOGRAPHY How to draw JUNGLE PLANT CLUSTERS How to draw JUNK HOUSESHow to draw LAMP POSTSHow to draw LAVA How to draw LIGHTNING and ELECTRICITY How to draw MECHANICAL DETAILS How to draw MUSHROOMS and FUNGUSHow to draw MONSTER HEADS How to draw MONSTER TENTACLESHow to draw MOUNTAINSHow to draw NEGATIVE SPACE How to draw NEWSPAPERSHow to draw NOSESHow to draw PERSPECTIVE BOXESHow to draw PIGSHow to draw POD HOUSESHow to draw POURING LIQUID How to draw ROBOT ARMS How to draw ROCK FORMATIONS How to draw RUNNING FIGURESHow to draw SAUSAGE DOGSHow to draw SEA WEED  How to draw SHADOW COMPOSITIONHow to draw SHOULDER ARMOURHow to draw SIEGE WEAPONSHow to draw SILHOUETTE THUMBNAILSHow to draw SMOKE EFFECTSHow to draw SNOWHow to draw SPACE BIKES How to draw SQUIRRELS How to draw STICK FIGURESHow to draw THE HORIZONHow to draw TIKI STATUESHow to draw TREASURE CHESTSHow to draw TREE BARK How to draw TREE ROOTS How to draw VEHICLES How to draw VINTAGE PLANES How to draw WATER How to draw WOODEN HOUSES

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(2010) Having come from different countries and falling in love at work, Alex and Donna Voutsinas always believed fate played a hand in them getting together. But now the pair have discovered their destiny could have perhaps been determined when they were small children. Days before their wedding 20 years later, Mr Voutsinas was looking through his fiancée's childhood photos and was shocked to recognise his father in the background of a family snap at Disney World in Florida as his future wife, then aged five, posed in the foreground. On closer inspection, he realised the toddler in the pushchair with his father was in fact him. 'Just to be in the same picture with my wife when we were basically toddlers, it’s unbelievable,' Mr Voutsinas said. The encounter is even more unbelievable given the two families lived in different countries. http:-www.dailymail.co.uk-news-article-1285238-Engaged-couple-discover-paths-crossed-Disney-World-toddlers.html Awesome Love Interesting: An engaged couple was looking through photo albums as they put together a slide show of pictures of them growing up to be shown at their wedding. The young lady pulled out a picture of herself at Disney World and set it aside. When her fiancé looked at it, he was shocked. For there in the background was his father, pushing him in a stroller! Not only did they discover they had been at the same place at the same time, but they actually snapped a picture at that exact moment and captured it, only to be discovered years later. moment and captured it only to be discovered years later. (2010) Having come from different countries and falling in love at work, Alex and Donna Voutsinas always believed fate played a hand in them getting together. But now the pair have discovered their destiny could have perhaps been determined when they were small children. Days before their wedding 20 years later, Mr Voutsinas was looking through his fiancée's childhood photos and was shocked to recognise his father in the background of a family snap at Disney World in Florida as his future wife, then aged five, posed in the foreground. On closer inspection, he realised the toddler in the pushchair with his father was in fact him. 'Just to be in the same picture with my wife when we were basically toddlers, it’s unbelievable,' Mr Voutsinas said. The encounter is even more unbelievable given the two families lived in different countries. http:-www.dailymail.co.uk-news-article-1285238-Engaged-couple-discover-paths-crossed-Disney-World-toddlers.html Awesome Love Interesting

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WHY IS BLACK AND WHITE SO CREEPY? - SUBMITTED BY LUKKYNUMBER • Did you ever notice that black & white movies are much creepier, in a way, than modern-day color films? Not more horrific, per se, as sheer terror can be brought on by graphic imagery, modern special effects, and myriad lighting tricks that are readily available in today's movies. But there's just something very unnerving about old Twilight Zone shows, for instance, with the grainy white & charcoal filling up the screen. And don't get me started about the creepy music from back then! But the way some movies from the 40s & 50s look, they're just very... unsettling. Part of the reason why is because everything in them is so foreign. People dressed different back then, and talked different; they were scared differently too. The horror movies from the '30s are an entirely different genre than horror from the '50s. Have you seen the early zombie flicks, like Night of the Living Dead? You can't tell me that the black & white isn't creepy shit. The original Psycho? Blood splattered on the wall in that film puts me on edge in a unique way, because it's a malignant black coating, instead of the red that we know blood to look like in real life. Do you know why black & white movies are truly scarier though? Distraction, or lack thereof. In modern cinema, there are literally thousands of different colors, shades, & combinations to distract your eye. You don't realize it but our eyes are constantly darting back and forth all over the screen, so even the most hellish monster is only capturing PART of our attention. The rest of our eyeballs are glued to the wallpaper in the background, the table in the foreground, etc. In a black & white picture, we are almost watching a blank slate of imagery. So the slightest movement of the monster, we see. The way the protagonist gingerly creeps down a dark staircase, we see her and her alone. We aren't distracted by brilliant lights and colors, so we feel a different kind of primal fear than what we feel watching in color. Distraction is a tool. While you've been reading my drivel, did you even notice my footsteps go into your child's bedroom?: 0 A MISSOURI COUPLE SUED THE SELLER OF A HOUSE, FROM WHOM THEY HAD BOUGHT IT, WHEN THEY DISCOVERED THAT BROWN RECLUSE SPIDERS WERE "BLEEDING OUT OF THE WALLS." IT WAS ESTIMATED BY AN EXPERT THAT AROUND 4,000 5,000 SPIDERS HAD INFESTED THE HOUSE. WHY IS BLACK AND WHITE SO CREEPY? - SUBMITTED BY LUKKYNUMBER • Did you ever notice that black & white movies are much creepier, in a way, than modern-day color films? Not more horrific, per se, as sheer terror can be brought on by graphic imagery, modern special effects, and myriad lighting tricks that are readily available in today's movies. But there's just something very unnerving about old Twilight Zone shows, for instance, with the grainy white & charcoal filling up the screen. And don't get me started about the creepy music from back then! But the way some movies from the 40s & 50s look, they're just very... unsettling. Part of the reason why is because everything in them is so foreign. People dressed different back then, and talked different; they were scared differently too. The horror movies from the '30s are an entirely different genre than horror from the '50s. Have you seen the early zombie flicks, like Night of the Living Dead? You can't tell me that the black & white isn't creepy shit. The original Psycho? Blood splattered on the wall in that film puts me on edge in a unique way, because it's a malignant black coating, instead of the red that we know blood to look like in real life. Do you know why black & white movies are truly scarier though? Distraction, or lack thereof. In modern cinema, there are literally thousands of different colors, shades, & combinations to distract your eye. You don't realize it but our eyes are constantly darting back and forth all over the screen, so even the most hellish monster is only capturing PART of our attention. The rest of our eyeballs are glued to the wallpaper in the background, the table in the foreground, etc. In a black & white picture, we are almost watching a blank slate of imagery. So the slightest movement of the monster, we see. The way the protagonist gingerly creeps down a dark staircase, we see her and her alone. We aren't distracted by brilliant lights and colors, so we feel a different kind of primal fear than what we feel watching in color. Distraction is a tool. While you've been reading my drivel, did you even notice my footsteps go into your child's bedroom?
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soundnew: Walt Explains Multiplane Camera I’ll also do some notes on perspective and dynamic posing later. (We’ll see how dynamic posing goes considering I’m not too great at it myself so… yeahhhh.) : Some Noles! Hello! Here's a few notes about some composition stuff. It's not so much a tutorial as it is just how I approach things and how I learned about it, hopefully it will be helpful! I'm sure you're seen these somewhere before, right? In a textbook or how-to book, the generic planes diagram? Background Middleground Foreground This is a simpler version of one from a middle school art textbook I used to have to read. It never clicked for me, I couldn't understand how to apply this to anything but rolling fields and mountains- Like the pictures in the textbooks However, I found a better way to think of it (At least, for me) One that was a little more three dimensional and practical. I'm going to talk about this with an animation technique actually, I think most artists learn this from a more direct source but this is how | first started thinking about planes and I find it an in- teresting way to approach it, even if I don't draw for animation In animation it's called Multiplane Camera, it's how Disney would create interesting camera moves while having the background interactive with the camera. Think of it like a shadow box, they would set up different layers of foreground - midground -background elements and as the camera moved they were able to move the background with it. I included a link below for you all where Walt himself will tell you all about it! Disney still use multiplane today in their 2D animations (Though digitzied now.) but some of the older Disney movies are great examples, Bambi par- ticularly comes to mind. CAMERA It's a weird way to look at a still illustration that will never move like animation, but this way of thinking about depth has always been more understandable to me then the art textbook version might. So with it in mind that's how I approach a full illustration usually. these compositions are both similar despite subject matter. I tend to use foreground elements sparingly depending on where my subject is. I try to keep lighting in mind throughout the process, depending on how you use it, the same piece can look vastly different with different lighting I should probably mention try to use this with almost everything from illustrations to comic panels, it's not just for nature/backgrounds. Mostly I try to think of everything in layers. Be the onion! This is by no means the "right" way or anything (There's no such thing as the "right" way). It's just how I do it and maybe this will be helpful to other people who need help with depth or composition or whatever. Thanks for reading! soundnew: Walt Explains Multiplane Camera I’ll also do some notes on perspective and dynamic posing later. (We’ll see how dynamic posing goes considering I’m not too great at it myself so… yeahhhh.)

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azispaz: al-the-stuff-i-like: slightly-fanatic: guardgenie: charlesoberonn: 01101111-01101111-01100100: sanjista: bbanditt: chongthenomad: so my family went to the tulip fields and my little sister didn’t have a good time at all WHY IS THAT ONE FUCKING TULIP A DIFFERENT COLOR I WOULD BE UPSET TOO it is the chosen one it must be the main character in the anime It got funnier when I realized just how many tulips are in this picture. “In a world where tulips were yellow, one dared to be different…” Every spring this picture comes back around and every spring I crack up at first you just see the row of tulips in the foreground, and it’s funny then you see the rows stretching back for yards and yards, and it’s even funnier DO YOU EVER FEEL LIKE YOU ARE THAT TULIP : azispaz: al-the-stuff-i-like: slightly-fanatic: guardgenie: charlesoberonn: 01101111-01101111-01100100: sanjista: bbanditt: chongthenomad: so my family went to the tulip fields and my little sister didn’t have a good time at all WHY IS THAT ONE FUCKING TULIP A DIFFERENT COLOR I WOULD BE UPSET TOO it is the chosen one it must be the main character in the anime It got funnier when I realized just how many tulips are in this picture. “In a world where tulips were yellow, one dared to be different…” Every spring this picture comes back around and every spring I crack up at first you just see the row of tulips in the foreground, and it’s funny then you see the rows stretching back for yards and yards, and it’s even funnier DO YOU EVER FEEL LIKE YOU ARE THAT TULIP
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<p><a href="http://pendarkspoliticalpage.tumblr.com/post/42125456807/well-that-took-all-of-5-minutes-research-to" class="tumblr_blog">pendarkspoliticalpage</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Well, that took all of 5 minutes research to unravel.  A few other points:</p> <ul><li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0].[0]">When you blow up the picture, there is the telltale visual line between the subject and its background. </span></span></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0].[0]">The angle of fire is completely wrong for skeet shooting. He would be at roughly a 30 to 45 degree angle of visual approach on skeet. </span></span></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0].[0]">The smoke f</span></span><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0.[0]">rom the barrel goes directly to the visual North of the barrel. This is an utterly fictional spread of barrel eject, as a similar rifle shot in similar fashion would be a grey smoke and not white, because he would be using buckshot for skeet. That is regulation and any instructor/supervisor of a skeet range would never load the rifle with anything else. This smoke spread is indicative of the special effects loads used in film…guess how I know that. </span></span></span></span></span><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229396382574}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229396382574}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229396382574}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]">The smoke would spread roughly equal on all compass points around the barrel if this was a natural shot with real ammo.</span></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0.[0]">The background of the shot is at an unnatural blur for what the focus of the shot would be. A standard camera..assuming they used a standard camera and not a high power digital…which is unlikely: will blur the background to the exact degree of direct focus on the object in the foreground. This shot indicates an overlay of the subject to the background.  </span></span></span></span></span><br/><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503233886382125}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503233886382125}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503233886382125}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"> I have studied it in general as I have worked in an industry with a strong focus on optics, thanks. But, for your edification: </span><a href="http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera1.htm" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503233886382125}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[1]" rel="nofollow"></a><a href="http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera1.htm"></a><a href="http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera1.htm">http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera1.htm</a></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0].[0]">This, like most of what the Obama Whitehouse presents to the public is perceptual manipulation.  There is nothing that can be taken at face value from this administration in the first place. Even if their intent is to show, “look, he does know how to shoot a gun,” it is only part of a larger agenda to demonstrate that he </span></span><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0.[0]">has superior moral position to anyone opposing him. Hence the use of children in pictures every chance he gets. If he is “superior of moral position,” then we “must accept what is for our own good.” If it is, in turn, “for our own good,” then it must be seen as the benevolent act of a morally superior man and not the act of a dictator; when he invokes the children and takes firearms from citizens. </span></span></span></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0.[0]">And…it is all a distraction.  while we are all busy chewing on this; how many more children have died in one of his drone attacks on the East?  What executive orders has he signed in the two days of debate on this?  How much of our tax money has gone to the Muslim Brotherhood in foreign aid this week?<br/></span></span></span></span></span></li> </ul></blockquote>: Dan Pfeiffer @pfeifter44 Follow For all the "skeeters": POTUSoots clay targets on the range at Camp David on Aug. 4, 2012. bit.ly/WIDMYG 3:25 PM-02 Feb 13 REUTERS TOP NEW Obama spuids his 51st birthday on the golf course Sat, Aug 04 16:52 PM EDT WASHINGTON (Reuters) President Barack Obama celebrated his 51st birthday on Saturday with a round of aolf, then helicoptered to the Camp David presidential retreat for a Obama, an avid golfer, played with colleagues and friends at <p><a href="http://pendarkspoliticalpage.tumblr.com/post/42125456807/well-that-took-all-of-5-minutes-research-to" class="tumblr_blog">pendarkspoliticalpage</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Well, that took all of 5 minutes research to unravel.  A few other points:</p> <ul><li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0].[0]">When you blow up the picture, there is the telltale visual line between the subject and its background. </span></span></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0].[0]">The angle of fire is completely wrong for skeet shooting. He would be at roughly a 30 to 45 degree angle of visual approach on skeet. </span></span></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0].[0]">The smoke f</span></span><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0.[0]">rom the barrel goes directly to the visual North of the barrel. This is an utterly fictional spread of barrel eject, as a similar rifle shot in similar fashion would be a grey smoke and not white, because he would be using buckshot for skeet. That is regulation and any instructor/supervisor of a skeet range would never load the rifle with anything else. This smoke spread is indicative of the special effects loads used in film…guess how I know that. </span></span></span></span></span><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229396382574}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229396382574}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229396382574}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]">The smoke would spread roughly equal on all compass points around the barrel if this was a natural shot with real ammo.</span></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503229016382612}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0.[0]">The background of the shot is at an unnatural blur for what the focus of the shot would be. A standard camera..assuming they used a standard camera and not a high power digital…which is unlikely: will blur the background to the exact degree of direct focus on the object in the foreground. This shot indicates an overlay of the subject to the background.  </span></span></span></span></span><br/><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503233886382125}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503233886382125}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503233886382125}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"> I have studied it in general as I have worked in an industry with a strong focus on optics, thanks. But, for your edification: </span><a href="http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera1.htm" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503233886382125}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[1]" rel="nofollow"></a><a href="http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera1.htm"></a><a href="http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera1.htm">http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera1.htm</a></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[0].[0]">This, like most of what the Obama Whitehouse presents to the public is perceptual manipulation.  There is nothing that can be taken at face value from this administration in the first place. Even if their intent is to show, “look, he does know how to shoot a gun,” it is only part of a larger agenda to demonstrate that he </span></span><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0.[0]">has superior moral position to anyone opposing him. Hence the use of children in pictures every chance he gets. If he is “superior of moral position,” then we “must accept what is for our own good.” If it is, in turn, “for our own good,” then it must be seen as the benevolent act of a morally superior man and not the act of a dictator; when he invokes the children and takes firearms from citizens. </span></span></span></span></span></li> <li><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2]" data-ft='{"tn":"K"}'><span class="UFICommentBody" id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3]"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0"><span id=".reactRoot[29].[1][2][1]{comment503166729722174_503236346381879}.0.[1].0.[1].0.[0].[0][2].0.[3].0.[0]">And…it is all a distraction.  while we are all busy chewing on this; how many more children have died in one of his drone attacks on the East?  What executive orders has he signed in the two days of debate on this?  How much of our tax money has gone to the Muslim Brotherhood in foreign aid this week?<br/></span></span></span></span></span></li> </ul></blockquote>

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