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NOT FOR COSPLAY PURPOSES. This giveaway is meant for people who are in need of a binder for their everyday life. If they choose to use it for cosplay as well, that’s fine, but please don’t enter if you plan on ONLY using it for cosplay.
This giveaway is for a tanktop binder (the actual binder is underneath and it’s pretty good at preventing The Underboob). It comes in the following colours:
- Dark Blue
- Light Blue
and in the Asian sizes M (chest 78-88 cm), L (chest 82-92 cm) and XL (chest 86-96 cm)
I will buy you the binder, and have it shipped to wherever you may live.
- Reblog as many times as you’d like.
- Likes count.
- No need to follow!
- I’ll ship anywhere.
- Keep your ask box open, or you won’t get the binder even if you win.
- You’d have to give me your address. If this includes a name you’re uncomfortable with, we can try to work around that.
I plan to do more of these, so feel free to stick around or keep your eye out if you don’t win. The giveaway ends on March 28! Good luck!!
Oh yeah, feel free to signal boost! Just add in the tags that you’re not entering!
Hello, Tumblr! Uncle has noticed in the past couple of days that fellow anti-SJW blogs have been getting flak for ‘doing just as much (or little) as SJWs do’! Uncle noticed many friends agreeing with the sentiment, and several of Uncle’s fellow blogs…
For the inertial reference frame of a train moving at relativistic speeds along the Hejaz Railway to resupply the Turkish garrison at Mecca, the light from explosion A will arrive at the eye of a Turk in the middle car before the light from explosion B does. The Turk is in motion with respect to the blasting gelatine, and hence will observe explosion A before explosion B. Lawrence and Ali, however, are at rest relative to the blasting gelatine, so they will observe the explosions occurring simultaneously. Auda (not pictured) doesn’t care, so long as he gets an honorable prize.
We’re doing the simultaneity section of “On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies” right now, which is of course full of train examples, and somebody in class made a weird analogy that had an explosion in it and this was all I could think about.
I will attempt to make T. E. Lawrence blowing up a train the go-to example for my class. We shall see.
This diagram should be in the manual.