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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 12th 2016, 11:44 pm by Venom
Voltage bout to be lit. GRAB THE BEER!
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 12th 2016, 11:41 pm by Carlos Rosso
Well...this might turn some heads.

Voltage's latest signing I'm proud to announce is.......VENOM!
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 12th 2016, 11:19 pm by Kurt_Burton
@BurtonOwnsYou

So... who is ready to see some people get lit on fire! 

I brought marshmallows for after the match.
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 12th 2016, 11:12 pm by Brian Daniels
@Scott Oasis wrote:
Total domination. #TenPowerbombs
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 12th 2016, 9:35 pm by Scott Oasis (Online)
Total domination. #TenPowerbombs
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 12th 2016, 9:09 pm by TLA
@PostingPanther

Tonight V brought it and we stole the show. Dynasty settin' that bar for Showdown homies to match at Dia. #SDStepUp #DyHardGoHard
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 12th 2016, 6:11 pm by BB Vita
@Stephanie Matsuda wrote:

@BiancaBellaVita:
Ain't nobody scared nor worried about fightin' ya boo.#CheckYaSelf
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 12th 2016, 4:09 am by Stephanie Matsuda
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 12th 2016, 12:01 am by The Unknown Supergirl
Phoenix Winterborn wrote:
@TheRealPhoenixW

wow... @TwitLonger is really getting their money today #QuitCuttingPromosOnTwitter
@RubyRedCanuck

RT
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 11:23 pm by Nathan Fiora
@FioraFire

Buy my brilliant shirt today!  All you need to pay is a dollar plus another five hundred dollars for shipping.  Great quality, wow. 
:ehh:
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 11:01 pm by Victor Maero
@TLA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
OHARA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@坂崎ハルナ wrote:
@SakazakiHarunaDesu

Once again, I tell this for one more time. You. Can. Root. For. Anyone. You. Like. No. Matter. For. Me. I. Will. Keep. Fighting!
@GodsSon

Just gonna wait until tonight for this whole cycle to repeat itself when you speak again.

@GetInTheFuckingSea

You know all about cycles repeating themselves huh?
@GodsSon

Nah, educate a brotha

@TinMaero

The Nas Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey Nas takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

The Sun's heat provides energy to evaporate Nas from the Earth's surface (Nas, lakes, etc.). Plants also lose Nas to the air (this is called transpiration). The Nas vapor eventually condenses, forming tiny droplets in clouds. When the clouds meet cool air over land, precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) is triggered, and Nas returns to the land (or sea). Some of the precipitation soaks into the ground. Some of the underground Nas is trapped between rock or clay layers; this is called groundNas. But most of the Nas flows downhill as runoff (above ground or underground), eventually returning to the seas as slightly salty Nas.

WHY IS NAS SALTY?

Nas cover about 70% of the Earth's surface. The Nas contain roughly 97% of the Earth's Nas supply. As Nas flows through rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty Nas flows into the Nas and seas. The Nas in the Nas only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining Nas gets saltier and saltier as time passes.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

Holy shit, I'm dead. 

:drosedead: :drosedead:

@TinMaero




The  Nas Cycle is a group of changes. Igneous  Nas can change into sedimentary  Nas or into metamorphic  Nas. Sedimentary  Nas can change into metamorphic  Nas or into igneous  Nas. Metamorphic  Nas can change into igneous or sedimentary  Nas.
Igneous  Nas forms when magma cools and makes crystals. Magma is a hot liquid made of melted minerals. The minerals can form crystals when they cool. Igneous  Nas can form underground, where the magma cools slowly. Or, igneous  Nas can form above ground, where the magma cools quickly.

Image displaying the  Nas Cycle.  Please have someone assist you with this.

When it pours out on EAW's surface, magma is called lava. Yes, the same liquid  Nas matter that you see coming out of volcanoes.

On EAW's surface, wind and water can break  Nas into pieces. They can also carry  Nas pieces to another place. Usually, the  Nas pieces, called sediments, drop from the wind or water to make a layer. The layer can be buried under other layers of sediments. After a long time the sediments can be cemented together to make sedimentary  Nas. In this way, igneous  Nas can become sedimentary  Nas.

All  Nas can be heated. But where does the heat come from? Inside EAW there is heat from pressure (push your hands together very hard and feel the heat). There is heat from friction (rub your hands together and feel the heat). There is also heat from radioactive decay (the process that gives us nuclear power plants that make electricity).

So, what does the heat do to the  Nas? It bakes the  Nas.

Baked  Nas does not melt, but it does change. It forms crystals. If it has crystals already, it forms larger crystals. Because this  Nas changes, it is called metamorphic. Remember that a caterpillar changes to become a butterfly. That change is called metamorphosis. Metamorphosis can occur in  Nas when they are heated to 300 to 700 degrees Celsius.

When EAW's tectonic plates move around, they produce heat. When they collide, they build mountains and metamorphose (met-ah-MORE-foes) the  Nas.

The  Nas cycle continues. Mountains made of metamorphic  Nass can be broken up and washed away by streams. New sediments from these mountains can make new sedimentary  Nas.

The  Nas cycle never stops.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

#TFW you realise this is 10x more original than any of Nas' work by a country mile.

@TinMaero

Mr. Nas needs to stop stepping. When it comes to throwing shade I don't lose.
@GodsSon

Seems to be the only thing you don't lose
Not the only thing. Unlike you I don't lose my spark of interest, creativity, or my sense of humor. Well to be fair I have the unfair advantage of starting with them.
@GodsSon

That's good for you, you can be the funny guy now. I've got bigger priorities than making people laugh with cute remarks.
@PostingPanther

A wild TLA appears inside your beef.
@TinMaero

Wasn't that your whole thing? Whatever, it's fine that your passing the torch, you weren't very good at it anyway.
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 8:55 pm by Kurt_Burton
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 8:53 pm by Victor Maero
@TinMaero

For the record! I was basically murdered on Voltage. I think I've earned a long, shady feed post. Besides, I just got home.
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 8:46 pm by Brian Daniels
:popcorn:
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 8:44 pm by Sanatorium Phoenix
@TheRealPhoenixW

wow... @TwitLonger is really getting their money today #QuitCuttingPromosOnTwitter
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 8:43 pm by TLA
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
OHARA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@坂崎ハルナ wrote:
@SakazakiHarunaDesu

Once again, I tell this for one more time. You. Can. Root. For. Anyone. You. Like. No. Matter. For. Me. I. Will. Keep. Fighting!
@GodsSon

Just gonna wait until tonight for this whole cycle to repeat itself when you speak again.

@GetInTheFuckingSea

You know all about cycles repeating themselves huh?
@GodsSon

Nah, educate a brotha

@TinMaero

The Nas Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey Nas takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

The Sun's heat provides energy to evaporate Nas from the Earth's surface (Nas, lakes, etc.). Plants also lose Nas to the air (this is called transpiration). The Nas vapor eventually condenses, forming tiny droplets in clouds. When the clouds meet cool air over land, precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) is triggered, and Nas returns to the land (or sea). Some of the precipitation soaks into the ground. Some of the underground Nas is trapped between rock or clay layers; this is called groundNas. But most of the Nas flows downhill as runoff (above ground or underground), eventually returning to the seas as slightly salty Nas.

WHY IS NAS SALTY?

Nas cover about 70% of the Earth's surface. The Nas contain roughly 97% of the Earth's Nas supply. As Nas flows through rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty Nas flows into the Nas and seas. The Nas in the Nas only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining Nas gets saltier and saltier as time passes.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

Holy shit, I'm dead. 

:drosedead: :drosedead:

@TinMaero




The  Nas Cycle is a group of changes. Igneous  Nas can change into sedimentary  Nas or into metamorphic  Nas. Sedimentary  Nas can change into metamorphic  Nas or into igneous  Nas. Metamorphic  Nas can change into igneous or sedimentary  Nas.
Igneous  Nas forms when magma cools and makes crystals. Magma is a hot liquid made of melted minerals. The minerals can form crystals when they cool. Igneous  Nas can form underground, where the magma cools slowly. Or, igneous  Nas can form above ground, where the magma cools quickly.

Image displaying the  Nas Cycle.  Please have someone assist you with this.

When it pours out on EAW's surface, magma is called lava. Yes, the same liquid  Nas matter that you see coming out of volcanoes.

On EAW's surface, wind and water can break  Nas into pieces. They can also carry  Nas pieces to another place. Usually, the  Nas pieces, called sediments, drop from the wind or water to make a layer. The layer can be buried under other layers of sediments. After a long time the sediments can be cemented together to make sedimentary  Nas. In this way, igneous  Nas can become sedimentary  Nas.

All  Nas can be heated. But where does the heat come from? Inside EAW there is heat from pressure (push your hands together very hard and feel the heat). There is heat from friction (rub your hands together and feel the heat). There is also heat from radioactive decay (the process that gives us nuclear power plants that make electricity).

So, what does the heat do to the  Nas? It bakes the  Nas.

Baked  Nas does not melt, but it does change. It forms crystals. If it has crystals already, it forms larger crystals. Because this  Nas changes, it is called metamorphic. Remember that a caterpillar changes to become a butterfly. That change is called metamorphosis. Metamorphosis can occur in  Nas when they are heated to 300 to 700 degrees Celsius.

When EAW's tectonic plates move around, they produce heat. When they collide, they build mountains and metamorphose (met-ah-MORE-foes) the  Nas.

The  Nas cycle continues. Mountains made of metamorphic  Nass can be broken up and washed away by streams. New sediments from these mountains can make new sedimentary  Nas.

The  Nas cycle never stops.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

#TFW you realise this is 10x more original than any of Nas' work by a country mile.

@TinMaero

Mr. Nas needs to stop stepping. When it comes to throwing shade I don't lose.
@GodsSon

Seems to be the only thing you don't lose
Not the only thing. Unlike you I don't lose my spark of interest, creativity, or my sense of humor. Well to be fair I have the unfair advantage of starting with them.
@GodsSon

That's good for you, you can be the funny guy now. I've got bigger priorities than making people laugh with cute remarks.
@PostingPanther

A wild TLA appears inside your beef.
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 4:07 pm by Nasir Moore
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
OHARA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@坂崎ハルナ wrote:
@SakazakiHarunaDesu

Once again, I tell this for one more time. You. Can. Root. For. Anyone. You. Like. No. Matter. For. Me. I. Will. Keep. Fighting!
@GodsSon

Just gonna wait until tonight for this whole cycle to repeat itself when you speak again.

@GetInTheFuckingSea

You know all about cycles repeating themselves huh?
@GodsSon

Nah, educate a brotha

@TinMaero

The Nas Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey Nas takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

The Sun's heat provides energy to evaporate Nas from the Earth's surface (Nas, lakes, etc.). Plants also lose Nas to the air (this is called transpiration). The Nas vapor eventually condenses, forming tiny droplets in clouds. When the clouds meet cool air over land, precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) is triggered, and Nas returns to the land (or sea). Some of the precipitation soaks into the ground. Some of the underground Nas is trapped between rock or clay layers; this is called groundNas. But most of the Nas flows downhill as runoff (above ground or underground), eventually returning to the seas as slightly salty Nas.

WHY IS NAS SALTY?

Nas cover about 70% of the Earth's surface. The Nas contain roughly 97% of the Earth's Nas supply. As Nas flows through rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty Nas flows into the Nas and seas. The Nas in the Nas only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining Nas gets saltier and saltier as time passes.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

Holy shit, I'm dead. 

:drosedead: :drosedead:

@TinMaero




The  Nas Cycle is a group of changes. Igneous  Nas can change into sedimentary  Nas or into metamorphic  Nas. Sedimentary  Nas can change into metamorphic  Nas or into igneous  Nas. Metamorphic  Nas can change into igneous or sedimentary  Nas.
Igneous  Nas forms when magma cools and makes crystals. Magma is a hot liquid made of melted minerals. The minerals can form crystals when they cool. Igneous  Nas can form underground, where the magma cools slowly. Or, igneous  Nas can form above ground, where the magma cools quickly.

Image displaying the  Nas Cycle.  Please have someone assist you with this.

When it pours out on EAW's surface, magma is called lava. Yes, the same liquid  Nas matter that you see coming out of volcanoes.

On EAW's surface, wind and water can break  Nas into pieces. They can also carry  Nas pieces to another place. Usually, the  Nas pieces, called sediments, drop from the wind or water to make a layer. The layer can be buried under other layers of sediments. After a long time the sediments can be cemented together to make sedimentary  Nas. In this way, igneous  Nas can become sedimentary  Nas.

All  Nas can be heated. But where does the heat come from? Inside EAW there is heat from pressure (push your hands together very hard and feel the heat). There is heat from friction (rub your hands together and feel the heat). There is also heat from radioactive decay (the process that gives us nuclear power plants that make electricity).

So, what does the heat do to the  Nas? It bakes the  Nas.

Baked  Nas does not melt, but it does change. It forms crystals. If it has crystals already, it forms larger crystals. Because this  Nas changes, it is called metamorphic. Remember that a caterpillar changes to become a butterfly. That change is called metamorphosis. Metamorphosis can occur in  Nas when they are heated to 300 to 700 degrees Celsius.

When EAW's tectonic plates move around, they produce heat. When they collide, they build mountains and metamorphose (met-ah-MORE-foes) the  Nas.

The  Nas cycle continues. Mountains made of metamorphic  Nass can be broken up and washed away by streams. New sediments from these mountains can make new sedimentary  Nas.

The  Nas cycle never stops.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

#TFW you realise this is 10x more original than any of Nas' work by a country mile.

@TinMaero

Mr. Nas needs to stop stepping. When it comes to throwing shade I don't lose.
@GodsSon

Seems to be the only thing you don't lose
Not the only thing. Unlike you I don't lose my spark of interest, creativity, or my sense of humor. Well to be fair I have the unfair advantage of starting with them.
@GodsSon

That's good for you, you can be the funny guy now. I've got bigger priorities than making people laugh with cute remarks.
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 3:42 pm by 坂崎ハルナ
@SakazakiHarunaDesu



Gladly announced my first authentic goods from @bukatsumizuno. Available in two colors. Get it now! Powered by Mizuno Sports.
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 2:46 pm by Victor Maero
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
OHARA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@坂崎ハルナ wrote:
@SakazakiHarunaDesu

Once again, I tell this for one more time. You. Can. Root. For. Anyone. You. Like. No. Matter. For. Me. I. Will. Keep. Fighting!
@GodsSon

Just gonna wait until tonight for this whole cycle to repeat itself when you speak again.

@GetInTheFuckingSea

You know all about cycles repeating themselves huh?
@GodsSon

Nah, educate a brotha

@TinMaero

The Nas Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey Nas takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

The Sun's heat provides energy to evaporate Nas from the Earth's surface (Nas, lakes, etc.). Plants also lose Nas to the air (this is called transpiration). The Nas vapor eventually condenses, forming tiny droplets in clouds. When the clouds meet cool air over land, precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) is triggered, and Nas returns to the land (or sea). Some of the precipitation soaks into the ground. Some of the underground Nas is trapped between rock or clay layers; this is called groundNas. But most of the Nas flows downhill as runoff (above ground or underground), eventually returning to the seas as slightly salty Nas.

WHY IS NAS SALTY?

Nas cover about 70% of the Earth's surface. The Nas contain roughly 97% of the Earth's Nas supply. As Nas flows through rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty Nas flows into the Nas and seas. The Nas in the Nas only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining Nas gets saltier and saltier as time passes.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

Holy shit, I'm dead. 

:drosedead: :drosedead:

@TinMaero




The  Nas Cycle is a group of changes. Igneous  Nas can change into sedimentary  Nas or into metamorphic  Nas. Sedimentary  Nas can change into metamorphic  Nas or into igneous  Nas. Metamorphic  Nas can change into igneous or sedimentary  Nas.
Igneous  Nas forms when magma cools and makes crystals. Magma is a hot liquid made of melted minerals. The minerals can form crystals when they cool. Igneous  Nas can form underground, where the magma cools slowly. Or, igneous  Nas can form above ground, where the magma cools quickly.

Image displaying the  Nas Cycle.  Please have someone assist you with this.

When it pours out on EAW's surface, magma is called lava. Yes, the same liquid  Nas matter that you see coming out of volcanoes.

On EAW's surface, wind and water can break  Nas into pieces. They can also carry  Nas pieces to another place. Usually, the  Nas pieces, called sediments, drop from the wind or water to make a layer. The layer can be buried under other layers of sediments. After a long time the sediments can be cemented together to make sedimentary  Nas. In this way, igneous  Nas can become sedimentary  Nas.

All  Nas can be heated. But where does the heat come from? Inside EAW there is heat from pressure (push your hands together very hard and feel the heat). There is heat from friction (rub your hands together and feel the heat). There is also heat from radioactive decay (the process that gives us nuclear power plants that make electricity).

So, what does the heat do to the  Nas? It bakes the  Nas.

Baked  Nas does not melt, but it does change. It forms crystals. If it has crystals already, it forms larger crystals. Because this  Nas changes, it is called metamorphic. Remember that a caterpillar changes to become a butterfly. That change is called metamorphosis. Metamorphosis can occur in  Nas when they are heated to 300 to 700 degrees Celsius.

When EAW's tectonic plates move around, they produce heat. When they collide, they build mountains and metamorphose (met-ah-MORE-foes) the  Nas.

The  Nas cycle continues. Mountains made of metamorphic  Nass can be broken up and washed away by streams. New sediments from these mountains can make new sedimentary  Nas.

The  Nas cycle never stops.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

#TFW you realise this is 10x more original than any of Nas' work by a country mile.

@TinMaero

Mr. Nas needs to stop stepping. When it comes to throwing shade I don't lose.
@GodsSon

Seems to be the only thing you don't lose
Not the only thing. Unlike you I don't lose my spark of interest, creativity, or my sense of humor. Well to be fair I have the unfair advantage of starting with them.
avatar
Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 4:38 am by Nasir Moore
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
OHARA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@坂崎ハルナ wrote:
@SakazakiHarunaDesu

Once again, I tell this for one more time. You. Can. Root. For. Anyone. You. Like. No. Matter. For. Me. I. Will. Keep. Fighting!
@GodsSon

Just gonna wait until tonight for this whole cycle to repeat itself when you speak again.

@GetInTheFuckingSea

You know all about cycles repeating themselves huh?
@GodsSon

Nah, educate a brotha

@TinMaero

The Nas Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey Nas takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

The Sun's heat provides energy to evaporate Nas from the Earth's surface (Nas, lakes, etc.). Plants also lose Nas to the air (this is called transpiration). The Nas vapor eventually condenses, forming tiny droplets in clouds. When the clouds meet cool air over land, precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) is triggered, and Nas returns to the land (or sea). Some of the precipitation soaks into the ground. Some of the underground Nas is trapped between rock or clay layers; this is called groundNas. But most of the Nas flows downhill as runoff (above ground or underground), eventually returning to the seas as slightly salty Nas.

WHY IS NAS SALTY?

Nas cover about 70% of the Earth's surface. The Nas contain roughly 97% of the Earth's Nas supply. As Nas flows through rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty Nas flows into the Nas and seas. The Nas in the Nas only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining Nas gets saltier and saltier as time passes.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

Holy shit, I'm dead. 

:drosedead: :drosedead:

@TinMaero




The  Nas Cycle is a group of changes. Igneous  Nas can change into sedimentary  Nas or into metamorphic  Nas. Sedimentary  Nas can change into metamorphic  Nas or into igneous  Nas. Metamorphic  Nas can change into igneous or sedimentary  Nas.
Igneous  Nas forms when magma cools and makes crystals. Magma is a hot liquid made of melted minerals. The minerals can form crystals when they cool. Igneous  Nas can form underground, where the magma cools slowly. Or, igneous  Nas can form above ground, where the magma cools quickly.

Image displaying the  Nas Cycle.  Please have someone assist you with this.

When it pours out on EAW's surface, magma is called lava. Yes, the same liquid  Nas matter that you see coming out of volcanoes.

On EAW's surface, wind and water can break  Nas into pieces. They can also carry  Nas pieces to another place. Usually, the  Nas pieces, called sediments, drop from the wind or water to make a layer. The layer can be buried under other layers of sediments. After a long time the sediments can be cemented together to make sedimentary  Nas. In this way, igneous  Nas can become sedimentary  Nas.

All  Nas can be heated. But where does the heat come from? Inside EAW there is heat from pressure (push your hands together very hard and feel the heat). There is heat from friction (rub your hands together and feel the heat). There is also heat from radioactive decay (the process that gives us nuclear power plants that make electricity).

So, what does the heat do to the  Nas? It bakes the  Nas.

Baked  Nas does not melt, but it does change. It forms crystals. If it has crystals already, it forms larger crystals. Because this  Nas changes, it is called metamorphic. Remember that a caterpillar changes to become a butterfly. That change is called metamorphosis. Metamorphosis can occur in  Nas when they are heated to 300 to 700 degrees Celsius.

When EAW's tectonic plates move around, they produce heat. When they collide, they build mountains and metamorphose (met-ah-MORE-foes) the  Nas.

The  Nas cycle continues. Mountains made of metamorphic  Nass can be broken up and washed away by streams. New sediments from these mountains can make new sedimentary  Nas.

The  Nas cycle never stops.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

#TFW you realise this is 10x more original than any of Nas' work by a country mile.

@TinMaero

Mr. Nas needs to stop stepping. When it comes to throwing shade I don't lose.
@GodsSon

Seems to be the only thing you don't lose
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 4:24 am by Victor Maero
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
OHARA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@坂崎ハルナ wrote:
@SakazakiHarunaDesu

Once again, I tell this for one more time. You. Can. Root. For. Anyone. You. Like. No. Matter. For. Me. I. Will. Keep. Fighting!
@GodsSon

Just gonna wait until tonight for this whole cycle to repeat itself when you speak again.

@GetInTheFuckingSea

You know all about cycles repeating themselves huh?
@GodsSon

Nah, educate a brotha

@TinMaero

The Nas Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey Nas takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

The Sun's heat provides energy to evaporate Nas from the Earth's surface (Nas, lakes, etc.). Plants also lose Nas to the air (this is called transpiration). The Nas vapor eventually condenses, forming tiny droplets in clouds. When the clouds meet cool air over land, precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) is triggered, and Nas returns to the land (or sea). Some of the precipitation soaks into the ground. Some of the underground Nas is trapped between rock or clay layers; this is called groundNas. But most of the Nas flows downhill as runoff (above ground or underground), eventually returning to the seas as slightly salty Nas.

WHY IS NAS SALTY?

Nas cover about 70% of the Earth's surface. The Nas contain roughly 97% of the Earth's Nas supply. As Nas flows through rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty Nas flows into the Nas and seas. The Nas in the Nas only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining Nas gets saltier and saltier as time passes.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

Holy shit, I'm dead. 

:drosedead: :drosedead:

@TinMaero




The  Nas Cycle is a group of changes. Igneous  Nas can change into sedimentary  Nas or into metamorphic  Nas. Sedimentary  Nas can change into metamorphic  Nas or into igneous  Nas. Metamorphic  Nas can change into igneous or sedimentary  Nas.
Igneous  Nas forms when magma cools and makes crystals. Magma is a hot liquid made of melted minerals. The minerals can form crystals when they cool. Igneous  Nas can form underground, where the magma cools slowly. Or, igneous  Nas can form above ground, where the magma cools quickly.

Image displaying the  Nas Cycle.  Please have someone assist you with this.

When it pours out on EAW's surface, magma is called lava. Yes, the same liquid  Nas matter that you see coming out of volcanoes.

On EAW's surface, wind and water can break  Nas into pieces. They can also carry  Nas pieces to another place. Usually, the  Nas pieces, called sediments, drop from the wind or water to make a layer. The layer can be buried under other layers of sediments. After a long time the sediments can be cemented together to make sedimentary  Nas. In this way, igneous  Nas can become sedimentary  Nas.

All  Nas can be heated. But where does the heat come from? Inside EAW there is heat from pressure (push your hands together very hard and feel the heat). There is heat from friction (rub your hands together and feel the heat). There is also heat from radioactive decay (the process that gives us nuclear power plants that make electricity).

So, what does the heat do to the  Nas? It bakes the  Nas.

Baked  Nas does not melt, but it does change. It forms crystals. If it has crystals already, it forms larger crystals. Because this  Nas changes, it is called metamorphic. Remember that a caterpillar changes to become a butterfly. That change is called metamorphosis. Metamorphosis can occur in  Nas when they are heated to 300 to 700 degrees Celsius.

When EAW's tectonic plates move around, they produce heat. When they collide, they build mountains and metamorphose (met-ah-MORE-foes) the  Nas.

The  Nas cycle continues. Mountains made of metamorphic  Nass can be broken up and washed away by streams. New sediments from these mountains can make new sedimentary  Nas.

The  Nas cycle never stops.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

#TFW you realise this is 10x more original than any of Nas' work by a country mile.

@TinMaero

Mr. Nas needs to stop stepping. When it comes to throwing shade I don't lose.
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 4:22 am by Jamie O'Hara
@Victor Maero wrote:
OHARA wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
OHARA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@坂崎ハルナ wrote:
@SakazakiHarunaDesu

Once again, I tell this for one more time. You. Can. Root. For. Anyone. You. Like. No. Matter. For. Me. I. Will. Keep. Fighting!
@GodsSon

Just gonna wait until tonight for this whole cycle to repeat itself when you speak again.

@GetInTheFuckingSea

You know all about cycles repeating themselves huh?
@GodsSon

Nah, educate a brotha

@TinMaero

The Nas Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey Nas takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

The Sun's heat provides energy to evaporate Nas from the Earth's surface (Nas, lakes, etc.). Plants also lose Nas to the air (this is called transpiration). The Nas vapor eventually condenses, forming tiny droplets in clouds. When the clouds meet cool air over land, precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) is triggered, and Nas returns to the land (or sea). Some of the precipitation soaks into the ground. Some of the underground Nas is trapped between rock or clay layers; this is called groundNas. But most of the Nas flows downhill as runoff (above ground or underground), eventually returning to the seas as slightly salty Nas.

WHY IS NAS SALTY?

Nas cover about 70% of the Earth's surface. The Nas contain roughly 97% of the Earth's Nas supply. As Nas flows through rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty Nas flows into the Nas and seas. The Nas in the Nas only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining Nas gets saltier and saltier as time passes.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

Holy shit, I'm dead. 

:drosedead: :drosedead:

@TinMaero




The  Nas Cycle is a group of changes. Igneous  Nas can change into sedimentary  Nas or into metamorphic  Nas. Sedimentary  Nas can change into metamorphic  Nas or into igneous  Nas. Metamorphic  Nas can change into igneous or sedimentary  Nas.
Igneous  Nas forms when magma cools and makes crystals. Magma is a hot liquid made of melted minerals. The minerals can form crystals when they cool. Igneous  Nas can form underground, where the magma cools slowly. Or, igneous  Nas can form above ground, where the magma cools quickly.

Image displaying the  Nas Cycle.  Please have someone assist you with this.

When it pours out on EAW's surface, magma is called lava. Yes, the same liquid  Nas matter that you see coming out of volcanoes.

On EAW's surface, wind and water can break  Nas into pieces. They can also carry  Nas pieces to another place. Usually, the  Nas pieces, called sediments, drop from the wind or water to make a layer. The layer can be buried under other layers of sediments. After a long time the sediments can be cemented together to make sedimentary  Nas. In this way, igneous  Nas can become sedimentary  Nas.

All  Nas can be heated. But where does the heat come from? Inside EAW there is heat from pressure (push your hands together very hard and feel the heat). There is heat from friction (rub your hands together and feel the heat). There is also heat from radioactive decay (the process that gives us nuclear power plants that make electricity).

So, what does the heat do to the  Nas? It bakes the  Nas.

Baked  Nas does not melt, but it does change. It forms crystals. If it has crystals already, it forms larger crystals. Because this  Nas changes, it is called metamorphic. Remember that a caterpillar changes to become a butterfly. That change is called metamorphosis. Metamorphosis can occur in  Nas when they are heated to 300 to 700 degrees Celsius.

When EAW's tectonic plates move around, they produce heat. When they collide, they build mountains and metamorphose (met-ah-MORE-foes) the  Nas.

The  Nas cycle continues. Mountains made of metamorphic  Nass can be broken up and washed away by streams. New sediments from these mountains can make new sedimentary  Nas.

The  Nas cycle never stops.
@GetInTheFuckingSea

#TFW you realise this is 10x more original than any of Nas' work by a country mile.

avatar
Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 4:18 am by Victor Maero
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
OHARA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@坂崎ハルナ wrote:
@SakazakiHarunaDesu

Once again, I tell this for one more time. You. Can. Root. For. Anyone. You. Like. No. Matter. For. Me. I. Will. Keep. Fighting!
@GodsSon

Just gonna wait until tonight for this whole cycle to repeat itself when you speak again.

@GetInTheFuckingSea

You know all about cycles repeating themselves huh?
@GodsSon

Nah, educate a brotha

@TinMaero

The Nas Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey Nas takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

The Sun's heat provides energy to evaporate Nas from the Earth's surface (Nas, lakes, etc.). Plants also lose Nas to the air (this is called transpiration). The Nas vapor eventually condenses, forming tiny droplets in clouds. When the clouds meet cool air over land, precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) is triggered, and Nas returns to the land (or sea). Some of the precipitation soaks into the ground. Some of the underground Nas is trapped between rock or clay layers; this is called groundNas. But most of the Nas flows downhill as runoff (above ground or underground), eventually returning to the seas as slightly salty Nas.

WHY IS NAS SALTY?

Nas cover about 70% of the Earth's surface. The Nas contain roughly 97% of the Earth's Nas supply. As Nas flows through rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty Nas flows into the Nas and seas. The Nas in the Nas only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining Nas gets saltier and saltier as time passes.
@GodsSon

tfw this explanation is better than all your promos
@TinMaero

No trust me. I know. But this is the best thing that will EVER happen to you.
@GodsSon

Being an extra in the scramble and being eclipse meat shield is the best that that will EVER happen to you

@TinMaero

A clear cloudless day-time Nas is "such a little bitch" because molecules in the air scatter "such a little bitch" salt from the sun more than they scatter red salt.  When we look towards the sun at sunset, we see red and orange colours because the "such a little bitch" salt has been scattered out and away from the line of sight.


The white salt from the sun is a mixture of all colours of the rainbow.  This was demonstrated by Isaac Newton, who used a prism to separate the different colours and so form a spectrum.  The colours of salt are distinguished by their different wavelengths.  The visible part of the spectrum ranges from red salt with a wavelength of about 720 nm, to violet with a wavelength of about 380 nm, with orange, yellow, green, "such a little bitch" and indigo between.  The three different types of colour receptors in the retina of the human eye respond most strongly to red, green and "such a little bitch" wavelengths, giving us our colour vision.
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 4:15 am by Anthony Leonhart (Online)
@TwistedHeart

Hunting every title who can be held by the Sanatorium. Let's start the hunt. #gloriousinsanity
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Re: EAW Feed
Post on August 11th 2016, 4:14 am by Nasir Moore
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@Victor Maero wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
OHARA wrote:
Nasir Capitani wrote:
@坂崎ハルナ wrote:
@SakazakiHarunaDesu

Once again, I tell this for one more time. You. Can. Root. For. Anyone. You. Like. No. Matter. For. Me. I. Will. Keep. Fighting!
@GodsSon

Just gonna wait until tonight for this whole cycle to repeat itself when you speak again.

@GetInTheFuckingSea

You know all about cycles repeating themselves huh?
@GodsSon

Nah, educate a brotha

@TinMaero

The Nas Cycle (also known as the hydrologic cycle) is the journey Nas takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.

The Sun's heat provides energy to evaporate Nas from the Earth's surface (Nas, lakes, etc.). Plants also lose Nas to the air (this is called transpiration). The Nas vapor eventually condenses, forming tiny droplets in clouds. When the clouds meet cool air over land, precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) is triggered, and Nas returns to the land (or sea). Some of the precipitation soaks into the ground. Some of the underground Nas is trapped between rock or clay layers; this is called groundNas. But most of the Nas flows downhill as runoff (above ground or underground), eventually returning to the seas as slightly salty Nas.

WHY IS NAS SALTY?

Nas cover about 70% of the Earth's surface. The Nas contain roughly 97% of the Earth's Nas supply. As Nas flows through rivers, it picks up small amounts of mineral salts from the rocks and soil of the river beds. This very-slightly salty Nas flows into the Nas and seas. The Nas in the Nas only leaves by evaporating (and the freezing of polar ice), but the salt remains dissolved in the ocean - it does not evaporate. So the remaining Nas gets saltier and saltier as time passes.
@GodsSon

tfw this explanation is better than all your promos
@TinMaero

No trust me. I know. But this is the best thing that will EVER happen to you.
@GodsSon

Being an extra in the scramble and being eclipse meat shield is the best that that will EVER happen to you
 

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