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« Reply #561 on: 04152012 13:19 »
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Does anyone know where I can legally download the song 'Cherry Man' by The Wannadies? I can't find it on iTunes or Amazon or anywhere... Check your PM box. I think you'll find it helpful.
Not sure if srs or just tnukmail. Another one. DrT is becoming very underrated methinks You could have kept growing it and sold it to a wig maker so you'd have the money to move away from your horrible parents ...Only to learn that they had sold their hair to a wig maker to move away from Randi.





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Freako sayz "tell maz that they don't allow any kind of blade shaped object at the hospital "because people would cut themselves on purpose"
but they allow them access to the internet? Logic fail there. Have they SEEN the internet?
I cut myself on the internet all the time!
Just Maz, btw. The other two are quoted for context and I couldn't be bothered nesting them.







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This is top notch POTM material, of the first water! In this adventure, our eponymous hero discovers a surprise after a long days toiling in the Software Engineering mines...





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Unfortunately you can be raped many times.
There are four things that are always brilliant. Rape, murder, arson, and rape.






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There is one thing that is always awful.
Serial comma.





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Yeah tnuk thinks rape, murder, arson, and rape are the best.
Truly proof that he must always be taken literally. Nevermind that his lady love would eviscerate him.





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1/4 of a page deleted. I'm sure there's a reason why extended chat and discussion is largely prohibited here. Oh yeah, we actually have a message board for that (and a pretty damn good one). Use it.







futurefreak
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Someone just listed their entire Toynami collection. Sooo when you asked how much they'd be worth nacirema...that's how much someone thinks they are worth. I am tempted to individually itemize each piece and see how close they are... Im a very sarcastic person, Im sure that'll come across more on here in the future for that price I expect the guy to personally deliver them to my door and give me a hand job Hahaha...ain't that the truth.





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TheAnvil thinks that The Simpsons is better than ever. Their opinion on whether or not a comedy cartoon's quality is beginning to wane is invalid.








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UrinalLegume, that's an old joke, not anything he came up with on his own.







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Don't forget to scroll down and nominate here, everyone (or rather, a few people and myself).





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« Reply #582 on: 05042012 23:38 »
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Benderr for this post from 2 years ago... Just Chris? I remember that name... woah.
I don't.
no shit, you weren't even born 5 years ago.






ShepherdofShark
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may the 4th be with you!
More proof that unfunny things remain unfunny no matter how many times you say them.
Oh lighten up :P
For boasel's light heartedness, not Frisky's cynicism. See how it works, Donny?






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« Reply #586 on: 05052012 00:32 »
« Last Edit on: 05052012 01:10 by ShepherdofShark »


I was SO going to eliminate your doublepost, SoSypants. I was looking for the edit button and everything.
You have no power here, Capper the Gray. Although you have earned yourself a nom worthy post post, yet lost within a quote of yourself. Can you be sure you really said it? Bwahahahahaha!.





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While I often associate tnuk with cats, you, sir, are no raven.
Nevermore. Edgar Allen Poe would be rolling underneath the floorboards.







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SO many... DrThunder88 is becoming grossly underrated now... This could be the baby and wiener dog caper of the century!
Totally. I mean, 18 minutes? What's up with that? And I've only gotten 2 records framed out of 11. 2 out of 11? That has to be some kind of record!
I love how they think hugging is the most serious thing in a relationship. That is just adorable. IT'S NOT?! and throw a svip in here for good measure Pumpkinpie: you're lucky SGB has a girlfriend already (His girlfriend is not.)





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« Reply #591 on: 05162012 08:17 »
« Last Edit on: 05162012 08:34 »


He was certainly never underrated by me... Thunderrated, maybe, you know; now that's a different story Oh, your gloodness, I so completely con purrcur with the bouncy pussy gem though; I had been thinking the autre day to put that in here myself! Cutest hatersmemething ever that I've personally seen and it raised quite the pleasederish smile, from me, a whiles ago, when I saw it. plus also, it reminds me of that little game I linked once, Sushi Cat. ..The "record" pun did cause me a chortle or three too; but then it would. whilst I'm here affirming thunderous things then, I'm eating a salad right now, and it's like my brain is having a fucking orgasm!!! This salad is so fucking delicious, that I am satiated with excitement, fulfillment, and pure pleasured happiness!!!!!! ...Ok? I wish my bayonet matches resulted in a Duke Nukem Forever.






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« Reply #593 on: 05202012 10:09 »
« Last Edit on: 05202012 18:20 »


The numbers on the right hand side of the equals sign are just like the numbers you know. The numbers on the left hand side of the equals sign, on the other hand, do not represent the values that you're normally used to working with; reevaluate them based on the numbers on the right side of the equals sign. The author has intentionally subverted the meaning of the symbols used and appropriated them in a contextual manner, rather than the generally universal value they normally represent. Symbols on the right side of the equation are equivalent to their generally understood value, while symbols on the left side have been assigned new values which must be logically deduced to solve the answer. An easier way to imagine the puzzle would be to replace all of the symbols on the left side of the equation, in a manner thusly: 0=A 1=B 2=C 3=D 4=E 5=F 6=G 7=H 8=I 9=J IIAJ = 6 FFFF = 0 HBBB = 0 IBJD = 3 CBHC = 0 IBJD = 5 GGGG = 4 BABC = 1 BBBB = 0 HHHH = 0 DCBD = 0 JJJJ = 4 HGGC = 2 HHFG = 1 JDBD = 1 GIFF = 3 AAAA = 4 JIIB = 5 CCCC = 0 FFDB = 0 DDDD = 0 CFIB = ??? Using the above example, or even working with the example originally provided (as long as we understand that symbols on the left side of the equation do not equal the values we normally associate with them) we can determine what values the author assigned to each symbol. The easiest deductive method would be to take the simplest equations out and examine them in their given context like so: 0000 (AAAA) = 4 1111 (BBBB) = 0 2222 (CCCC) = 0 3333 (DDDD) = 0 5555 (FFFF) = 0 6666 (GGGG) = 4 7777 (HHHH) = 0 9999 (JJJJ) = 4 We're still missing a few values though: 4 (E) and 8 (I), but we should be able to eventually surmise their value from the more complex equations. We can also throw out a hypothesis and presume for a moment that the operator working on each equation is additive, rather than subtractive, or multiplicative. Of the values we can determine that do not operate with themselves to create 0, we have: 0 (A), 6 (G), and 9 (J). We can hypothesize that the operator is additive because all of the equations contain 4 symbols, and of the simple equations, the corresponding equivalent is always 4. If all the values associated with the symbols are integers, then we can assume that it is additive because there is no fourth root of 4 that is an integer or whole number. If this is the case then the values for 0 (A), 6 (G), and 9 (J) are all 1. By working with the more complex equation we can try to confirm our hypothesis that the operator in the equations is always addition. Just by looking at the equation, it seems that our hypothesis about addition is a rational one. There are no negative values associated in the equations, nor fractions, and all of the values don't extend past 6. At this point we can further hypothesize that all associated values are rather small since the solution to any of the given equation is not greater than 6. The complex equations follow: 8809 (IIAJ) = 6 7662 (HGGC) = 2 9313 (JDAD) = 1 8193 (IBJD) = 3 8096 (IAJG) = 5 1012 (BABC) = 1 6855 (GIFF) = 3 9881 (JIIB) = 5 Going by our hypothesis we can attempt to check it by plugging in our guesses into the equations: 8809 = 6 > I + I + 1 + 1 = 6 7662 = 2 > 0 + 1 + 1 + 0 = 2 9313 = 1 > 1 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 1 8193 = 3 > I + 0 +1 + 0 = 3 8096 = 5 > I + 1 + 1 + 1 = 5 1012 = 1 > 0 + 1 + 0 + 0 = 1 6855 = 3 > 1 + I + 0 + 0 = 3 9881 = 5 > 1 + I + I + 0 = 5 Using our suspicions, three of the eight equations give us correct responses when we plug in our hypothetical values and operators. This seems to indicate that our hypothesis is likely correct. Well, that's all well and good. However, we still haven't determined what the values of 4 (G) and 8 (I) are. Well, it turns out that none of the equations contain 4 on the left side of the equation, so that removes an unknown that we extraneously added to help trick us up along the way. It was easy to plant it there though, since the symbol for 4 does appear on the right hand side of three (3) separate equations. Oh except the puzzle tricked us and that 4 isn't the same 4 that we might find on the left hand side of the equation because the author chose to use symbols in a context oriented manner. If we keep pushing our hypotheses, then what we've got left as a key is that: 0 (A) = 1 1 (B) = 0 2 (C) = 0 3 (D) = 0 5 (F) = 0 6 (G) = 1 7 (H) = 0 8 (I) = ??? 9 (J) = 1 We're also left with the following complex equations: 8809 = 6 > I + I + 1 + 1 = 6 8193 = 3 > I + 0 +1 + 0 = 3 8096 = 5 > I + 1 + 1 + 1 = 5 6855 = 3 > 1 + I + 0 + 0 = 3 9881 = 5 > 1 + I + I + 0 = 5 Using algebra we can simplify these down to the following equations: I + I = 4 I = 2 I = 2 I = 2 I + I = 4 Well, that looks pretty conclusive and fits in with our hypothesis. Therefore we can generally conclude that 8 (I) on the left hand side of the equation has a value of 2 (two). This also seems to help confirm our hypothesis further as well. All that's left to do is solve the original equation the puzzle implicitly asked us to solve: 2581 (CFIB) = ??? We can just simply plug in our values and operators, turn in our answer, and presume that it's correct: 0 + 0 + 2 + 0 = 2 Assuming all of our deductive logic and work thus far isn't faulty; there's very little doubt in that department, we can generally say that the answer to the question is 2 (too). The author was trying to trick us the whole time though! Yeah, definitely, by subverting the meaning of the symbols which most of us take for granted as to their understood meaning and giving them a new contextual meaning it's clear that the author was cheating from the beginning. 8 =/= 2 silly, 8 = 8! The author also deliberately made the puzzle more complicated by including all of the symbols from 0 to 9 throughout the given examples. Remember that 4 was never used on the left side of the equations at all! Furthermore, the author jumbled up the equations in an attempt to make the problem look even more complicated than it seemed. Had the author given the first equations in the manner demonstrated next, you probably would have guessed that something needed to be plugged in and figured out the values for the simple substitution: AAAA = 4 BBBB = 0 CCCC = 0 DDDD = 0 FFFF = 0 GGGG = 4 HHHH = 0 JJJJ = 4 If those had been the first eight (2) examples, you probably would've guessed easily that A (0), G (6), and J (9) = 1; you would have also probably assumed more quickly that B (1), C (2), D (3), F (5), and H (7) equal zero (1). The puzzle isn't really that difficult at that point, but the author never intended to play fair. We use context for a lot of things in our everyday lives. Words can contain multiple meaning dependent upon how you read them or even how you hear them (like homophones). Words are merely collections of symbols, and symbols themselves when organized correctly. It's possible you're not even reading this post; you might just be looking at a collection of fancy symbols scribbled on an internet page. The only inherent value these symbols have is the ones we give them; given the context, this isn't just a big picture that I've draw in mspaint, it's a collection of symbols denoted to hold sound (when read aloud) and meaning. For communication purposes we have a social contract to make the meanings and values we use clearly understood by all parties who have need or desire to find or use that meaning and that intrinsic value. The author of this puzzle tricked you because shklee knew that you would take that part of the social contract for granted.
Also this: The Cat in the Cat
You watch cat porn? I spotted the error myself, but couldn't think of an appropriate jibe. Well done, Donny Danny.





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Let's get this straight! If you want Futurama S&M, you talk to me! If you want alien/timeshifted/just plain weird sex, Freako is your man.





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I know it's got the overall statistics, but I'm more interested in last week. I guess I could sift through 100 posts and do it myself, but hobbitboy might have some sort of magical wizard power that does it automatically. Or something.
You mean a spreadsheet? Spreadsheets are my favorite computer game. It's like Minecraft with numbers.







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I'm exactly 6 feet tall. Tall enough to be over average, while still short enough to headbutt winna in the trachea. Pretty much ideal, in my opinion.





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Great idea. Give Derek a blowjob for me.




