Before entering high school, Chobot lived in several places on the East Coast and the Midwest.
Supplementing her love of video games is an obsession with Japanese culture, especially anime and manga.
These latter cases are included in the nearly 30 localities containing strata representing the Pleistocene-Holocene transition (Allerød-Younger Dryas-Holocene) that do not exhibit a black layer because of little or no interaction with ground water or are represented by white to gray diatomaceous strata of YD age (Fig. Map of the United States showing 57 locations listed in SI Table 2 where one or more sites with black mats of Younger Dryas age occur (filled circles).
Open circles are 27 localities with Pleistocene-Holocene transitional sediments but no black mats (SI Table 3).
Starting in 2009 and ending in 2011, Chobot hosted a daily show titled "IGN Daily Fix"; the first episode aired March 23, 2009.
In addition, she contributes columns, features and reviews and runs a blog on IGN.
You’re going to grab whatever you can find that’s close by, and you’re going to whack ’em, and hit ’em, until they’re down on the ground. ’ And that ended sex ed with dad.” —Anthony Giglio, The Moth “It is a sort of hybrid.
And once they’re on the ground, you kick ’em until they stop moving. It has the energy and muscularity of a theatrical performance, but the stillness of a film performance.” —Andy Serkis on motion capture acting, Nerdist “He just digs up stuff and it’s like, ‘You didn’t even bury a nut there, jackass, stop digging up my plants!
Her segments included stand-up introductions as well as "woman-on-the-street" pieces.
Jessica Chobot was born on July 7, 1977 in Buffalo, New York.
Her family moved from town to town frequently during her youth.
But, as dark as my life has ever been, I’ve never said ‘You know what?
I’m gonna be pen pals with a murderer and make him my spiritual lover and then visit him in jail and hope to have conjugal visits…’ but his commissary is probably poppin’ when he’s in the clink.” —Chelsea Peretti on “hot convict” Jeremy Meeks, Call Chelsea Peretti “Of course I get paid for them. ”—Allie (Dannah Phirman) of The Hotwives Of Orlando on her sex tapes with animals, Comedy Bang! “In the second [Naked Gun], I’m playing a crack addict holding O. Simpson at gunpoint, ironically enough.” —“Weird” Al Yankovic, Doug Loves Movies “I would describe Evan Peters as a more-buff Michael Cera.” —Adam Kempenaar on X-Men: Days Of Future Past’s breakout actor, Filmspotting“Hard-boiled eggs is the next great frontier in eating.” —Major League Eating CEO George Shea on the chilling future of competitive eating, Hang Up And Listen“Not since the Lycos/I Love Lucy merger has a search engine and a television show been so aptly paired.” —Dan Harmon on Yahoo!
Radiocarbon ages for the Younger Dryas period vary depending on the interpretation of the investigators and perhaps geographically (4). Although these layers are not all alike, they all represent relatively moist conditions unlike immediately before or after their time of deposition as a result of higher water tables.
In most cases higher water tables, some perched, are indicated by the presence of mollisols and wet-meadow soils (aquolls), algal mats, or pond sediments, including dark gray to black diatomites, at 70 localities in the United States (Fig. Therefore, black mat is a general term that includes all such deposits, and some YD marls and diatomites are actually white. There are both younger and older black layers, but they do not appear to be widely distributed over the continent like the YD black mat, nor are they known to be associated with any major climatic perturbation as was the case with YD cooling.
Stratigraphically and chronologically the extinction appears to have been catastrophic, seemingly too sudden and extensive for either human predation or climate change to have been the primary cause.
This layer or mat covers the Clovis-age landscape or surface on which the last remnants of the terminal Pleistocene megafauna are recorded.
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