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Already posted the first image in the OP so here's another (been looking through old threads in the off-topic section...):

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There you go, the first one, though I think the second one from the Pandit Jasraj Instute for Musical Research was a better image :lol:

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pjim on Mar 9 2017, 02:27:37 PM wrote:Image

There you go, the first one, though I think the second one from the Pandit Jasraj Instute for Musical Research was a better image :lol:

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Apparently my name is very common in awesomely mustachioed men.

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joachimt on Mar 9 2017, 02:54:40 PM wrote:
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There you go, the first one, though I think the second one from the Pandit Jasraj Instute for Musical Research was a better image :lol:

http://www.pjim.org/
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yeah for some reason it won't display from the link, it's not that exiting. Just a journal article on aesthetics in social networks from the Parsons Journal for Information Mapping.
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This lamb has an evil look in its eyes. :o
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You didn't grow a lot in four years. :lol:
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Now it's this for me. Still not me.

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For me, it's superboring - it's mostly just... Torgo, and that for several lines of results.

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Most of my results are Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health of Franklin County although I did find an AdamH Linkin' Park remix:

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I'm breaking the rule. This is the first image on the second row, but how can I not choose Greta?

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Armoreska wrote: March 7th, 2021, 6:29 pm
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If i were to be a director, this would be an ideal place to shoot a movie, like an Icelandic western lol.

But you could even shoot parts of a dystopian sci-fi here.
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where is that from? on the map
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Lakigigar wrote: March 8th, 2021, 12:28 am
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But you could even shoot parts of a dystopian sci-fi here.
I've seen it just last week - it's called Alien: Covenant and doesn't make good use of your namesake-landscape at all!
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ah i got it
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Lakagigar is the correct plural form, but it's singular form is Laki, so my username is actually an Icelandic grammatical error translated into: "Laki's craters".
Laki or Lakagígar (Craters of Laki) is a volcanic fissure in the western part of Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland, not far from the volcanic fissure of Eldgjá and the small village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur. The fissure is properly referred to as Lakagígar, while Laki is a mountain that the fissure bisects. Lakagígar is part of a volcanic system centered on the volcano Grímsvötn and including the volcano Thordarhyrna.[1][2][3] It lies between the glaciers of Mýrdalsjökull and Vatnajökull, in an area of fissures that run in a southwest to northeast direction.

The system erupted violently over an eight-month period between June 1783 and February 1784 from the Laki fissure and the adjoining volcano Grímsvötn, pouring out an estimated 42 billion tons or 14 km3 (3.4 cu mi) of basalt lava and clouds of poisonous hydrofluoric acid and sulfur dioxide compounds that contaminated the soil, leading to the death of over 50% of Iceland's livestock population, and the destruction of the vast majority of all crops. This led to a famine which then killed approximately 25% of the island's human population.[4] The lava flows also destroyed 20 villages.

The Laki eruption and its aftermath caused a drop in global temperatures, as 120 million tons of sulfur dioxide was spewed into the Northern Hemisphere. This caused crop failures in Europe and may have caused droughts in North Africa and India.
On 8 June 1783, a 25 km (15.5 mi) long fissure with 130 craters opened with phreatomagmatic explosions because of the groundwater interacting with the rising basalt magma. Over a few days the eruptions became less explosive, Strombolian, and later Hawaiian in character, with high rates of lava effusion. This event is rated as 4 on the Volcanic Explosivity Index,[5] but the eight-month emission of sulfuric aerosols resulted in one of the most important climatic and socially repercussive events of the last millennium.[6][7]

The eruption, also known as the Skaftáreldar ("Skaftá fires") or Síðueldur produced an estimated 14 km3 (3.4 cu mi) of basalt lava, and the total volume of tephra emitted was 0.91 km3 (0.2 cu mi).[8] Lava fountains were estimated to have reached heights of 800 to 1,400 m (2,600 to 4,600 ft). The gases were carried by the convective eruption column to altitudes of about 15 km (10 mi).[9]

The eruption continued until 7 February 1784, but most of the lava was ejected in the first five months. One study states that the event "occurred as ten pulses of activity, each starting with a short-lived explosive phase followed by a long-lived period of fire-fountaining".[10] Grímsvötn volcano, from which the Laki fissure extends, was also erupting at the time, from 1783 until 1785. The outpouring of gases, including an estimated 8 million tons of hydrogen fluoride and an estimated 120 million tons of sulfur dioxide, gave rise to what has since become known as the "Laki haze" across Europe.[9]

Consequences in Iceland
The consequences for Iceland, known as the Móðuharðindin or "Mist Hardships", were disastrous.[11] An estimated 20–25% of the population died in the famine and fluoride poisoning after the fissure eruptions ensued. (Some sources specify a death toll of 9,000 people.)[12] Approximately 80% of sheep, 50% of cattle and 50% of horses died because of dental fluorosis and skeletal fluorosis from the 8 million tons of hydrogen fluoride that were released.[13][14] The livestock deaths were primarily caused by eating the contaminated grass; the subsequent famine claimed many of the human lives that were lost.[12]

The parish priest and dean of Vestur-Skaftafellssýsla, Jón Steingrímsson (1728–1791), grew famous because of the eldmessa ("fire sermon") that he delivered on 20 July 1783. The people of the small settlement of Kirkjubæjarklaustur were worshipping while the village was endangered by a lava stream, which ceased to flow not far from town, with the townsfolk still in church.

This past week, and the two prior to it, more poison fell from the sky than words can describe: ash, volcanic hairs, rain full of sulfur and saltpeter, all of it mixed with sand. The snouts, nostrils, and feet of livestock grazing or walking on the grass turned bright yellow and raw. All water went tepid and light blue in color and gravel slides turned grey. All the earth's plants burned, withered and turned grey, one after another, as the fire increased and neared the settlements.[15]

Consequences in monsoon regions
There is evidence that the Laki eruption weakened African and Indian monsoon circulations, leading to between 1 and 3 millimetres (0.04 and 0.12 in) less daily precipitation than normal over the Sahel of Africa, resulting in, among other effects, low flow in the River Nile.[16] The resulting famine that afflicted Egypt in 1784 cost it roughly one-sixth of its population.[16][17] The eruption was also found to have affected the southern Arabian Peninsula and India.[17]

Consequences in East Asia
In Japan the Great Tenmei famine that was already underway was undoubtedly worsened and prolonged.

Consequences in Europe
An estimated 120,000,000 long tons of sulfur dioxide was emitted, about three times the total annual European industrial output in 2006 (but delivered to higher altitudes, hence more persistent), and equivalent to six times the total 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption.[13][18] This outpouring of sulfur dioxide during unusual weather conditions caused a thick haze to spread across western Europe, resulting in many thousands of deaths throughout the remainder of 1783 and the winter of 1784.[citation needed]

The summer of 1783 was the hottest on record and a rare high-pressure zone over Iceland caused the winds to blow to the south-east.[13] The poisonous cloud drifted to Bergen in Denmark–Norway, then spread to Prague in the Kingdom of Bohemia (now the Czech Republic) by 17 June, Berlin by 18 June, Paris by 20 June, Le Havre by 22 June, and Great Britain by 23 June. The fog was so thick that boats stayed in port, unable to navigate, and the sun was described as "blood coloured".[13]

Inhaling sulfur dioxide gas causes victims to choke as their internal soft tissue swells – the gas reacts with the moisture in lungs and produces sulfurous acid.[19] The local death rate in Chartres was up by 5% during August and September, with more than 40 dead. In Great Britain, the east of England was most affected. The records show that the additional deaths were among outdoor workers; the death rate in Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire and the east coast was perhaps two or three times the normal rate. It has been estimated that 23,000 British people died from the poisoning.[20]

The weather became very hot, causing severe thunderstorms with large hailstones that were reported to have killed cattle,[21] until the haze dissipated in the autumn. The winter of 1783–1784 was very severe;[22] the naturalist Gilbert White in Selborne, Hampshire, reported 28 days of continuous frost. The extreme winter is estimated to have caused 8,000 additional deaths in the UK. During the spring thaw, Germany and Central Europe reported severe flood damage.[13]

The meteorological impact of Laki continued, contributing significantly to several years of extreme weather in Europe. In France, the sequence of extreme weather events included a surplus harvest in 1785 that caused poverty for rural workers, as well as droughts, bad winters and summers. These events contributed significantly to an increase in poverty and famine that may have contributed to the French Revolution in 1789.[23] Laki was only one factor in a decade of climatic disruption, as Grímsvötn was erupting from 1783 to 1785, and there may have been an unusually strong El Niño effect from 1789 to 1793.[24]

Consequences in North America
In North America, the winter of 1784 was the longest and one of the coldest on record. It was the longest period of below-zero temperatures in New England, with the largest accumulation of snow in New Jersey, and the longest freezing over of Chesapeake Bay, where Annapolis, Maryland is, then the capital of the United States; the weather delayed Congressmen in coming to Annapolis to vote for the Treaty of Paris, which formally ended the American Revolutionary War. A huge snowstorm hit the South; the Mississippi River froze at New Orleans and there were reports of ice floes in the Gulf of Mexico
Some sources even say the French revolution wouldn't have been possible without the famines caused by Laki's eruption. The years following Laki's eruption were likely the coldest years recorded in the last millenia, since the entire 1780's and 1790's (or large parts) are among the coldest decades in the last millenium (it was the peak of the Little Ice Age).
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joachimt wrote: March 7th, 2021, 10:41 am If I leave out the t.

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That's Prince Joachim of Denmark, younger brother of Crown Prince Frederik.
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It's not bad either... one of the small productions from my little state. :)
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The 4th choice on Google Images for my username is just my user icon (as was seen on the former IMDb message boards).
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It's this, the 44th page of "¶ C**p Pictionary Film Quiz - We're on a roll here", which has some of my favourite conspiracy theories about high stakes.
arritame no yume nikki & I suppose I’ll have to add the force of gravity to my list of enemies

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Oh well that kinda looks like me

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Lego?
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this time its more interesting than just my avatar (which comes 2nd)
the 1st and a few others down is the cover of The Richest Man In Babylon
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duckgo doesnt lag far behind in randomness.
this is not a large piece of cheese in a mouse killer device.
it's a so called "Fixture length armoreska winged foam" from here:
1 — roller, height-adjustable, 2 — square-front, 3 — level table, 4 — nichrome wire Ø 0.3—0.4 mm, 5 — cut a block of foam."
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Glad someone liked my name to name a device. Now if only some astronomer took a liking to it I'd be immortalized.

Bing goes for the cover of one of my fav albums as seen in my discogs top list, then a bunch of posters from ICM links.
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