I was scrolling on Amazon Prime and saw 'Jiu Jitsu' come up with Nicholas Cage. Martial arts and aliens, sounds oddly awesome, my interest piqued.
Check the movies page and while I expected a low score was a bit amazed at the 2.9 rating the movie had. It interested me even more, I mean with a score that low, it had to be so bad it's good; kinda like Sharknado or something.
This movie has nothing. Even Cage was bad. Please do not watch this. I wasted time from my life I will never get back. Weed couldn't save this. The only thing that will save this movie is if it is never watched by anyone again.
The bartender agrees
The man takes his glass eye out, and bites it
The bartender angrily gives the man his money
The man bets the bartender $500 dollars that he can bite his other eyeball too
The bartender agrees to the bet, because the man was not blind
The man pulls out his dentures and lightly chomps them on his other eyeball
The bartender is fuming, but gives the man his money
The man then orders a beer, and walks away
The man walks back, and bets the bartender $1000 that he can piss directly into a shot glass while running, with 2 attempts
The bartender knows for a fact that this is impossible, and agrees to the bet
On attempt 1, the man gets piss everywhere, and none in the shot glass
The bartender smirks, with high hopes
On attempt 2, the man once again pisses everywhere in the bar, except for the glass
The bartender jumps up and down in excitement, knowing that he has won
Then another man in the corner of the bar screams 'FUCK'
When the bartender asks what the problem is, the man says,
"That asshole just bet me $10,000 that he could piss all over the bar, and that you would be happy"
Since there's always a gazillion posts about the eyeball, is it working, how does it work, and who can use it, I made a group-editable google sheet for everyone to update once they see eyeball is working for their section in their state. If the eyeball is working, simply put an "X" so that others can see it is working.
about the eyeball trick -
you can only download a score report if you took an exam this quarter and still have a score report on your NASBA portal from that exam. You can see your score report by clicking the "eyeball" (hence it being called the eyeball trick). It'll change your exam status from attended to either credit or no credit. Actual scores won't come out until regular score release. The score report updates a little earlier than when scores are released... I usually see that AUD starts showing up around 10am EST in GA, and then subsequent exams come out about every hour or so in alphabetical order (AUD, BEC, FAR, REG).
Just to clarify -- if this is your first exam or you haven't taken an exam within the last quarter, the eyeball will not work for you to see scores early. I'm talking about the green NASBA National Candiate portal not the blue CPA central website.
Edit - If someone has already marked your state/section as working for eyeball, please do not overwrite their edit. I'm going to use Google edit history data to summarize what time each state/section comes out once this score release cycle is done.
Edit 2 - BEC out in GA. No credit. :(
Clarification for anyone who needs it, an tidally-locked/eyeball planet is a world where the rotation of its axis (day-night cycle) is perpendicular to its star. This means that, for the entire year, one side of the planet is always facing its sun, leading to one hemisphere being scorching hot and the other being freezing cold, with a narrow band of temperate climate in between.
Fueled by an idea for a fantasy world I've had for FAR too long, I decided to start worldbuilding again and challenged myself with a planet type that I've always found interesting. Part of this is to spark some inspiration on my side, but mostly, I'd genuinely like to know what you'd do with this kind of planet, regardless of genre. What kind of adaptations would species have? How would you handle there being no day or night cycle? What features would cultures and religions center around? What magic and/or technology would be developed to mitigate some detrimental effects and take advantage of beneficial ones?
I'm curious to see your perspectives on these qualities of eyeball planets, how they might exist in your own projects, and hopefully inspire some to include them in their own universes.
I only have the foundation and some core concepts of things now, but I'm definitely willing to describe some aspects of my world if anyone's curious or to compare thoughts and ideas.