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  • 10 months ago
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    Level 20

    oceanix is now level 20 with 480,025 XP.

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  • 2 years ago
    Comment oceanix

    My palms got sweaty just watching this.

  • 3 years ago
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  • 3 years ago
    Achievement oceanix

    Red Eye Jedi

    Viewed 5000/5000 snaps! Congratulations oceanix on this achievement!

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  • 3 years ago
    Video/Audio oceanix

    Best Fails of the Month June 2014

    June may just have the best fails of the year! Watch this hilarious fail compilation to find out!

  • 3 years ago
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    Red Eye Jedi

    Viewed 1500/1500 snaps! Congratulations oceanix on this achievement!

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  • 3 years ago
    Comment oceanix

    I feel sorry for it.

  • 3 years ago
    Comment oceanix

    This was just the beginning. There was many other scraps after this, including a management shove-fest in the locker areas.

  • 3 years ago
    Current Event oceanix

    Iranian news agency says the U.S. is secretly run by Nazi space aliens.

    Iran's semi-official news outlets have something of a reputation for taking conspiracy theorism to the next level. They've written on Israel's secret plans to annex Iraq, the conspiracy by Western media to fabricate quotes by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani condemning the Holocaust and the secret Jewishness of the British royal family. You may notice a certain theme here.

  • 3 years ago
    Expression oceanix

    For Ian’s sake — change

    Police officers face stresses inherent to the job and need more helping dealing with them than they’re getting

  • 3 years ago
    Expression oceanix

    The first Lego Simpsons set is simply awesome

    Behold the very first of Lego Simpsons sets! Or at least, that's Eurobricks user Carlos S claims. There are no details about it except what we can see on this photo of alleged box: 2523 pieces, six minifigs including the full Family plus Flanders. It looks really fantastic and detailed and—apparently—it even opens. It almost looks too good to be true, right?

  • 3 years ago
    Analysis oceanix

    The Dark Side of Emotional Intelligence

    Recognizing the power of emotions, another one of the most influential leaders of the 20th century spent years studying the emotional effects of his body language. Practicing his hand gestures and analyzing images of his movements allowed him to become “an absolutely spellbinding public speaker,” says the historian Roger Moorhouse—“it was something he worked very hard on.” His name was Adolf Hitler.

  • 3 years ago
    Expression oceanix

    The dangerous life of Instagram's playboy king

    Bilzerian’s photos get deleted often, he tells me. He sounds mournful. “I had some super-hot chicks in Cabo naked in the pool. The shot was blurry. You could see some butt crack, I guess.” Thanks to Instagram, he’ll never be able to prove it. There’s the good life, and then there’s the Dan Bilzerian life.

  • 3 years ago
    Analysis oceanix

    Pirate Bay Uploads Surge 50% in a Year, Despite Anti-Piracy Efforts

    Over the past year copyright holders have worked hard to stop The Pirate Bay from operating, but without success. Despite several domain changes and ISP blockades in various countries the resilient torrent site keeps on growing. This growth is reflected in the number of uploaded torrents, which increased by 50% over the past year. The Pirate Bay now lists over 2.8 million files, with video being the most shared content.

  • 3 years ago
    Expression oceanix

    Mac Pro Late 2013 Teardown

    After making its debut during the WWDC 2013 Keynote, the reimagined, reformulated Mac Pro finally arrived at iFixit's doorstep. Join us as we turn the (very) Late 2013 Mac Pro inside-out

  • 3 years ago
    Expression oceanix

    14 haunting portraits of life after nuclear disaster

    If you lived near Chernobyl or Fukushima, would you stay?

  • 3 years ago
    Analysis oceanix

    The real problem with the fall of Rap Genius

    You may have already heard what happened to Rap Genius last week. A Web developer caught the lyrics analysis site in an elaborate scheme to ensure that links to its pages topped the Google results for rap and pop lyrics searches. To penalize the site for its shady dealings, Google knocked it far down in the rankings, even in searches for "rap genius."

  • 3 years ago
    Analysis oceanix

    Facebook Says It Knows Where People Are Migrating — But Can You Trust Its Data?

    Facebook is a company that knows the personal habits of more than one billion people across the globe. That can be a scary thought — especially when you consider that Facebook is using this data to target ads and may share it with people and businesses you’d rather Zuckerberg and Co. didn’t share it with. But at the same time, this enormous trove of online data can give us a new means of seeing and understanding the world we live in.