"Paul McGann famously hates having his photograph taken. Loathes and detests it. So, when at 11pm on a wet and windy evening after Paul had literally just jumped off a plane from Paris, not having slept for 30 hours, I was expecting trouble. To my surprise, he was a real trouper and without complaint traveled to a couple of locations around town to get a good film noir shot. He even chatted about Alien 3 and starring in the Doctor Who TV movie whilst trying desperately not to fall asleep in the back of the car."
It’s quicksand. Quicksand is much thicker than water, which is why things sink so slowly. By that same logic, one can walk on its surface if you go fast enough and with little enough pressure, like skipping a stone on water.
THAT IS FANTASTIC
Non-Newtonian fluids, everyone.
As a child I believed that quicksand was going to be a much bigger problem in my life than it has turned out to be. Little did I know I could defeat it by simply waddling like a penguin.
Same here! The 80s gave me unrealistic expectations on how much quicksand I would encounter in my life.
Why does this not have more publicity. This needs it!
Signal boosting this A) because it deserves to be seen by more people, and b) because I appreciate some members of Congress are actually willing to see what it’s like living on food stamps in order to make their point about how horrifying cutting food stamps would be.
News flash, regressives: people on food stamps do not load up on Snickers bars and filet mignon. They’re limited in what they can buy, and oftentimes, it’s not enough to get by on. Go on thinking these are entitlements that let minorities live lives of luxury, comfortable in the knowledge that you’ll never go hungry.