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The Skoot

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« : 01-28-2002 14:42 »

In the commentary for I, Roomate on the DVD, when we first see Bender's apartment, someone (I think it's David X. Cohen) says that the biggest nerds should find out what Bender's apartment number is in ASCII. Well sir, that sounded like a challenge!!  :)

The number is 00100100, which is 36. In ASCII, that's $. Just a little nugget of information  :).
SpacemanSpiff

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« #1 : 01-28-2002 14:54 »

hooray for ascii!
and btw:


...and i have this shirt  :D...
totalnerd undercanada

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« #2 : 01-28-2002 17:05 »

 
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Originally posted by The Skoot:
Well sir, that sounded like a challenge!!   :)

The number is 00100100, which is 36. In ASCII, that's $. Just a little nugget of information   :).

You sir, have far too little to do.   :p
Seriously tho, I'm amazed. You actually went away and figured it out. No-one I know could ever be arsed to do that.
Kryten

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« #3 : 01-28-2002 21:16 »

Sounds like a Weird Scene to me...
The Skoot

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« #4 : 01-29-2002 03:52 »

 
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Originally posted by totalnerduk:
 You sir, have far too little to do.    :p
Seriously tho, I'm amazed. You actually went away and figured it out. No-one I know could ever be arsed to do that.


Heh, it was nothing really. Figuring out what number a binary code correspondes to is easy once you know how, and then I just had to look it up in a chart of ASCII numbers  :).
Javier Lopez

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« #5 : 01-30-2002 02:27 »

i would like have a T-shirt with an ASCII number maning something..


In "The honking" that number in blood means 666 isn`t?
Tor

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« #6 : 01-30-2002 07:43 »

Yep, it's 1010011010
DrThunder88

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« #7 : 02-01-2002 05:43 »

So, Bender lives in Apt. 36?
skylight

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« #8 : 02-02-2002 10:51 »

hmm, why is the url of that t-shirt http://www.thinkgeek.com/images/products/front/lg-you-are-dumb.jpg
?
(and look especially to the last 4 words)
SpacemanSpiff

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« #9 : 02-02-2002 12:57 »

probably because the t-shirt says 'you are dumb' in binary.  :p
TheReal-Fry

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« #10 : 02-03-2002 03:06 »
« : 02-03-2002 03:06 »

 
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Originally posted by skylight:
hmm, why is the url of that t-shirt http://www.thinkgeek.com/images/products/front/lg-you-are-dumb.jpg
?
(and look especially to the last 4 words)

G'uh! + what Spiff said...
Langly
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« #11 : 02-05-2002 01:47 »

 
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Originally posted by The Skoot:
In the commentary for I, Roomate on the DVD, when we first see Bender's apartment, someone (I think it's David X. Cohen) says that the biggest nerds should find out what Bender's apartment number is in ASCII. Well sir, that sounded like a challenge!!   :)

The number is 00100100, which is 36. In ASCII, that's $. Just a little nugget of information   :).

Chalange its so easy, well readying binary numbers anyways
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