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Yes It's called a Cornershot: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/CornerShot CornerShot is a weapon accessory invented by Lt. Col. Amos Golan of the Israeli Defense Forces in cooperation with American investors.[1] It was designed in the early 2000s for use by SWAT teams and special forces in hostile situations usually involving terrorists and hostages. Its ...


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The first known use of "fuck off" dates back to 1929, according to Merriam-Webster. Of course this does not rule out that the term may have been used a bit earlier but it is unlikely that people used it 12 years earlier and nobody wrote it down for many years, or if such records existed, that they all vanished. By the way, the phrase "fuck up&...


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The Blackout created a Butterfly Effect In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state. As time-travel movies have explored in detail, small changes can have unexpected consequences if allowed to ...


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I believe that the reason Coca Cola doesn't exist is because they weren't going to use the song come together in the movie which mentions Coca Cola so they thought why not take the entire brand out of the movie and makes jokes about it.


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It depends on the stadium. Our HS team literally had a stadium we played in, and it had a wide-open end zone area. Our college also had a stadium, but we were Division 3 which is for smaller schools and so it was bereft of the amenities like food and drink stations you'd find at, say, the stadiums a professional team would play in. If you recall from the ...


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I'm not an expert on metal, but generally you can estimate 1 mm loss of metal strength per year. In salt water it may be even more. I don't know how thick the iron maiden in the movie was, the one in the image in the wikipedia article, is about 5 - 8 cm thick, so it would take 50 to 80 years for it to rust completely. If the person inside was impaled, it may ...


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When I was in University, any student could use the stadiums’ public areas almost anytime they wanted. You had to have proof that you were an active student, faculty, or staff on your person if it was requested by campus police. But, this would be true of any campus facility, not just the stadium. The practice fields and surrounding tracks were open for use ...


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