Random Thoughts and Ideas (PT3!)

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RekNepZ, Jun 20, 2016.

  1. Andy

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    Big fan here x3
     
  3. roytheshort

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    I got bored and made a story with stock photos.

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    Someone needs to invent this, my idea is based off the construction of the blackest material ever made, it is manufactured fron carbon nano tubes in a flat material with the tubes slightly angled and 'bumpy' on the inside to capture photons of light untill they transfer all their energy and 'die', BUT what if on the underside of the bumps and in the bottom were a layer of solar cells?
    I would think solar pannels made in this way would near 100% efficiancy as compared
    to what, like 13-30% current efficiancy in current technology? It could probably work!
     
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  11. RekNepZ

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    I'd just like to point out something...
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    (excuse the poor design here)
     
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    I didn't find a "Music Production" thread, so I guess I'll post this here. After a short hiatus (little over two years) I finally updated my SoundCloud with a new track. Star Bright. Hope someone will enjoy it.
     
  13. Ninety

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    I'm not really into trance but this is quite nicely produced.
     
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    Much appreciated. I wouldn't even classify it as "traditional trance" if not because of the relatively higher BPM and tonally pronounced bass. Perhaps "energetic semi-dark trance" would make the shoe fit, but I'm terrible with genre identification, in any case.
     
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    Found this pic online. There's something weird about this guy's backpack, but I'm not sure what. It just seems off somehow.
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    Wow, much gluten. So soft.
     
  21. Toni

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    PSA: The doge meme has been dank for over a year, and is as such dead.
    Please refrain from using it again.

    Also, wow, this thread is so not the former glory the original thread on the last GMC was.

    Why am I even back here? I'm leaving the forum again. L0l
    EDIT: Two complaints.

    1:
    "Not quite small enough to warrant a post" is a nonsense idea. You meant to say "too large for a post itself to be enough" for that train of thought to at all be justified, but that's clearly not the spirit of this topic nor has it ever been. In fact, thoughts that would be routinely too small for even the most baseless of IMs make in in here. "ideas too small to warrant posting still go here anyway" is the only true part about this. Only true part. So negative 5 points for a ****ty first paragraph for the description of this post.

    2:
    "A continuation of a discussion from somewhere else in the forum"
    Please provide an example of how that'd at all be justified in literally any circumstance possibly imaginable within the confines of this forum.
    Typically when someone's discussing something in a topic, you keep it to the confines of that topic, otherwise you're just adding confusion and being an idiot--the person you're replying to would probably just continue using that topic and not even notice that you somehow brought it over here. And in the case of a topic being closed, well if it's closed then it wasn't worth discussing in the first place (Because mods are infallible, so,) so it'd just be ridiculous to continue it here, and fly in the face of said mod decision. -5 points.

    Unfortunately you lost 10 points on an "out of ten" scale so makerofthegames aka ToNi here must rate this third iteration a 0/10.

    Seriously? A loaf of ****ing bread? Just a giant image for a post? Worthless.

    I do not regret leaving this forum in the slightest. Not even to 0.00001% of a unit of caring (CareUnit™?) do I care that I left and have nothing left to gain from being here.

    Thanks.

    EDIT2: BTW I'm drunk. Incase that wasn't obvious.
     
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  22. Lotias

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    You must be fun at parties
    The only disappointment is that simple stupid threads will get relegated here to an ancient thread nobody reads and that's just no fun
     
  23. Ninety

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    @Toni Can you review all the threads please this was very educational thanks
     
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    Excuse me, DRUNK. Of course I'm fun at parties!
    ONLY while drunk.
     
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  25. roytheshort

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    Hey Toni read No Context again
     
  26. Lukasmah

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    There was once a god. Its power was so great it could create or destroy entire universes with just a thought.

    It was as vast as existence itself.

    And it was older than time.

    It had always been.

    And it seemed like it would always be.

    It would persist until the end of time.

    Or even outlive time itself.

    It was beyond comprehension even to other gods.

    It was greater than anything that ever was.

    And it was greater than anything that ever could be.

    Or at least so it seemed.


    But on a small island on a tiny planet in a miniature solar system in a microscopic galaxy in a nearly nonexistent universe, a new creature was born.

    It was a being that would one day become much more than even this god.

    And if the god were a tiny little bacteria, an unimportant germ...

    This being would be nothing less than a supermassive black hole.

    No words can adequately describe it.

    No words but its name.

    MR BLOBBY

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    B̝͎̗̜̣̙l̮o̪bb̖y, ̜o̯̬ͅh͉̭͖̩ M̜̩͔̼̫r̖̣͙̮̰ ̙B̻̠͎̹̰̯ͅl͖̲̺̙̲̹o̼̬̫͍̰b̯̼͚̭͈̘̣b̜͓̻̖̟̻y͇̝͇̖͚, ͓͖͇̫̬i͕f͔̼̟ ̺̫͓̻o̬̣͎̲̜̻̼nl̘̭͉y̻̻̣͕ ̲y͙͈̮̰o̖̳̼u̹̟͇ ̣̘̳̙̦c͙͖̘̲̜̗o̗̩̺̟̘̱uͅl̺ḓ͈̟̰ ̩̘̤m̗̩̰̮̘a̱̝̟̟̞̫k͎̟e̬̘̼ ̱us̼̩̹̜̳ ̞̲̯͙ͅu̞̲̠͕n̯d̰e̩͍̤r̝̰̼̦͖̣͔s͉̫̬t͚̩͍ͅͅa͓̱̠̗̥̱̩n̪̩d͙͕̼
    B̗l̖̤̹͉̳͈͈o̹̤͉b͖͎̤b͚y̠,͎̤͍͈ ̱̲̪̪͇̲ͅo̤͇̞h̹̫͙ ̩̪͔̲̟ͅMr͔̣̬ ͍͎̬̹̳B͙̰͍̬͉ͅl͚̟̻o͕͎̣̟̜͖b̤̺̠͔̳̯by͕̪,̞ ̱̮͎̭y͚o̰u͖̩r̻ ̯͎̪̯͔̠in̦̠̞ͅf͎lu͈̯̞e͇̼̝̞̫n̻̜̝̘̯̦̣c̘̥̺̺̮̩e̞̫͉̜͕ ͉̥͚̘͕w͙͕͓͍il̘̰͎͉̳̜̮l͙̹͓̻̙ ͇̳̘͔s͎̫̖̻p̞̯͚̝̪ͅr̩̝̩ea̭̮͓d͔̜ͅ ̤͕̝̝ͅt̜̗͉͕̜̼h̗̮͉͇ro̺̦̦̹u͇̖̺͉̭̠̖g͖͇̭̠̗͓h̭͚̼͚oṷ̞̭͍͖̟̬t̥̝͖͉ t͎̗̗̟h̟̪̩̪̭̭̠e͚̺͍͇ l̝a͍n̝̱̫̬ḓ͙̳
    ̭̭̫̦͈͈
    ̮͚̜̪͔̫̱L̤̥̗͎e̦̲͔̤̠̬t͇̘̭̮͚̥ͅ'̦͖̳s̜̠̪̤̗̙ ̮̲h̼͚e̹͎a̟̭̮͕͈͍̤r̮ ͚͉̫̩͍̝̯ḭ̟̘͔̟̻t͖̪̬̠̘ ͎̻̳fo̪͓̜͉r̜͉̰͎͉ ͇̦̲̜̭̘M̩̝̳r͇͓̲̼̣ ̟̦̼̞̗͓̼B͚̹l͚ọ͚͈bb̮y̠͎͕̙̠͚
    ̯̝
    ͙H̹̗̜i̥̰̹͓̮̦̩s̻̘̭ ̰̫̞̟͚p̲̻h̟͍͚̼i̩̭͓l̮̜͇̩̘͉ͅo̖̪̫̯̪s͙̼o̟̖̝͚̤p̮͚̭̼̙̳̘h̙̼̳y̬̮ ̠͎̭̞o͉͙̜̱̘̫f ̙͈̻l̦͚̪ͅi̺f͔͖̣͎e͕̜ ̙͓̬wi̞̥̟͎̭͖l͓̲l̩̰̰̜͕̭̰ ̺̰̲̳̪s͓͈t̜ee̬̼̪̙̪̼ͅṟ͍ͅ ̬̳h͚im̠̪ ̳̣͍̻th̼͍͈r͉͎̖o̲̯̞̲̰̲̖u̝g̰̦̲͓̳̣ͅh͍̣
    ̗̫͓̳̩A̱̣̤̥nd̥̼̳̟ ̠̯̺̮̜̘a͇͙̘̯̯͙̭ṣ̘̳͕̻̭̣ ̩͕f̳̟̩̠̰͍a̙ͅr͍͍̱̖͖͔ ̹̗ạ̗͍̜̮ș̖ h͙̜͍̭̯̭ͅe̞̣̹̰ ͉̭̦͎̳̞c͔a̖̗͓̦n̹͉̼̜ ͈̜͙͖s̟̯̼e̳̫̥̘̱̬̰e
    H̰̲̙̥̞̱̺e͙̗̣̦̲͖̩'̳̮͚̦͍͚s̩͓̪̭ͅ the̝͕ ̺̩s̹̩͔͓a͍̠͔͙̟͖m͕͇ḛ̪̖̳̹̼͓ ͙͓a̦͎̻s̪ ̩̪͇y̱͙̝o̜̹̟̗̩u͕ ̰̮͉͍͇̬a̩̺̪̙ṋ͓͍̞̦͎ͅd͇̙͙̘ ͕͓̹̙m̮̬̦̻e͕̠̯
    T̼̬̻̖͕͉͎h͎̫͕̠e͙̻r̪̝̯e'̘̺̞̠̣͖̙s͍̠̪̥͕̳ ̠̻̪͕͇͓͉no̹͇̻̤̦ț̦̻ḥ̠̪̥i̟̱̝͍̺͕ͅn̙g̺̲̝̘̭͓̭ ̫̱̬̠̫i͙̦̮͔̙n͚̦̖̯ͅ ͚̮t͖̤̖h̬̫̤̺̮͇̩e̮ ̬̖̻̙̤͉w͎͕̖͎͚o͈͙̭̺̠̠͕rl̻̣̞d̬̻ ̻̼͍͔h̥̙̳e̼ ̞͖̻̮̩̥c̫̲̞͍a̺n͔̮͙̠̲͓͚n̦o̻̺͓t ̜d̻̹̥͙̗̰̦o̲͙
    ̜̪͈͇ͅ
    ̪͎N̤̼o̰̳̤̹̻̭̖ ̯͍̱̮͇̰ͅh̗̤̯i̲ͅl̖͚͔̺l͚̰͓̪͈ ͓̦̼̮̫̦ͅto̞o͈ ̠͉̥͎̠ͅh̪̠̞͖̼ͅi̠̰g̯̳̱̱h̙͈̼,͕͎͙ ͔̱͙͓̠̭n̙͔̘͎̹o̞̼̺̞͇̲̝ ḍe̮̞̺̮̫s̩͍̗e̮ͅr̟͚̖̖͚̤̜t͈̦̫ͅ t͙̦̭̥̙o̖͇̘̬o͉̯͓̘͇̼̫ d͚͍̲͍͉̯͕r̪̠̣̼ỵ̭͉͙͚̭̘
    ̖̮̦̳̞͍̞No̥ ̫r͚͉o̞̙͎̦̰̪a̟̮̟͚͇ͅd̥̮͙̖ ̣̫̞͚͚̝̥ṱ̜̗̲̝͇o̹̙͔̼͚͔o̯ ̠̞͎͖l̘o̟̝̦̬̳ng̯̘̫͙,͔̤̥͔͉ ̰̲̥n̞̝̞͈͖͙̥o̤̠̠̖̯̬̹ ͔͓͉͉t̙̻̳id̟̼̻e̯̖̣ ̖̥̦̭ͅṭ͉͙̗̟ͅo̝̺̺̠̠͇o̱ ̗̱̘̱͎̘ṣt̼̺̫ͅr̟̱̪͈̱̦o̜͉n̘̹̱̤g̠̩͎͓
    ̼̘͉̺̪͕͙N̯͔̫̗ọ͓̞̭͕̹̰ ͖ḅ̱̫͈̝r̞̬͚̝̙̜i̮̺̝̥̩̻̩d͓̖̯̘̝g̤͖͇̻e̗̯ ̭̤̻͕t͓̝̝̣̙o̗o̰̞͖͈͚̩̲ ̱͖f̰͇̺̲̭a̭͕͖̮̹̹ͅr̠̫̦,̺̗͍͔̞͖̼ ̪̳̟͙̹ͅh̤̦̮̣̱͕͚e's͕̹̩͔̫̤̝ ͍̮͓̤g̹͙͓̘̲o̟̯͙͎t̬͖̹ ̖͈̻̠̼͕a͇̯̹̠ ͖c̞̖̜͖͍̝a̜͇̭͓r̼͓̱
    ̻͖N̼̰o ̭̣sl̗o̤̟p͖͍̘e ̣̰̜t̜o̼ ̦̰̪̻̟̘s̹̯̤͎̝t͚̘͖e͓͓̩e̯̥̲p̜͕͎̺̩͖,̼̜͚͉ ̺̳͓̪̳̯̹no̲̪ ͚̟͉͇̣̟͕th̞͕̳̩̦̘o̝̙u̳g̺̩̝̺͉̣h̝̫̪̣̲̝̼t͇͖̖͍̰͙ ̯͚t͍͇͇̲o͍̗̗͚̰o̱̭ ̙̭ͅd͔̝̫͉ḛ̩͎̯e̠p͉̥̺̘̬̠̺
    ̳̹̜͉̮̱͖No̭ ̼̬s̲̯̱t͍a͎͉͈̣̣r̳̘̖̗̪ͅ ͕͓̰̮̲t̹̜o̤o͍̭̲̫̭͚̻ ̳b̼͖͈r̝̳͇i̭ght,̻ͅ ̯̞̤͚̩͚̩no̝̖͈ ̞̺̯s͚ͅqͅu̲̻̖̖̜̝e͎̳e̙͖͓̗̯̦͔z̝e͖͉͇ ̱̪t̫̮o͉̻̲̰͙̞̠o͈͓͎̥ ̳̹̜̼̖t̠̻i̹̪̘g̬͉̥̦h̩͚͕t̻̣̖̬
    N̹̝o̞͖ ͕̬͍̠̥t͔al̠̠̟̤ͅe̖̞͚ ̻͖̹͚̯̩̮to̠̟̻o͙͉͕̟̩̰̬ ̦̟͙̤t̘̩͇̤̪a̼l̜͔l̞,̯͇̲ ̙ṉo͓̦̪̬̮ ͔͔̺̤̟͙c̝at͚̼̼̦̘ ̮̟̝͈̙t̼̳̠o̱o̙͖̺̻̦ ̰̺c̭oo͙l
    ͔̮̬̣̟Ṇ̜̩o̫̮̗̫ ͔b͈̻̦͉a̮̦̘s͓͓̜s͇̘̥̙ ̯̖̙͇͕̝to̲ͅo̟̩̯̳̹͇ lo̯̙̺̰̭̠͖w,̞̳ ̼͖̱h̟e̮̙ͅ'̦͎̝͓l͈͎̩̣ḷ̞͉̱ ̪̣̠g̼̫i̯̦̞͚v̳͙̼̻̯͇͎e͇̞̯̞͓̞ ̣̣̗̩̮̺i̯̖̫̱t̼̲̞͙̘͓ͅ ͎̭͚̲̜̞̻ạ ͙g̥̺̜̩̩o̟͙̫̞
    ͔̻N̺̟̣͙ͅͅo ̙̳e͍̟̹̭͖nd̞̭ͅ ̳̘̮ṱ̬ọ̥ ̟̠͇͕͉̠h̠̯͇i̹̖̻͔̳s̝̻̟ ̲̣t̠a͎͔̠l̻͇̼̦e̟n̙̱̬̗͖t̪̣̖͔̟̮s̮̲̙̲̼̜̪,̬̝̼̫̰ ͕͚̫̺̜̱̖n͕ͅoͅ ̣͍̮s̰͈̥̜͇e̗n̯̺̥̠s̠e̻̫͓͈̣ ̳̠̪̣̞̩of͍̼̹͔̠ b͉a̻la͓͇̠͕̹n̮̺̥c̱͚̼̭̜̟e̯̭̙̙̲͙̟

    ̠͔̣̞̭̪B̻̝̘̖l̙̘͕̹̖̣o̺̹̥͓̟̯ͅb̺͖̲ͅb͇͇̟y̗,̣̮̭͍̦̳͖ ̩̯o̩̱̜̫͓h̳̻͚͖̲ ͍̥̥M̗̥r͇͍̗ ̖̤B̲̖l̻̭̰̯̼ob̖̠̜̬̰͔b͙ͅy͚͖̺͉͓͔͖,̗̙ ̤͉̜̣͓͇w͎h̩̭̮̘e͔̰͚͕̮̞n̠ͅ d̝i̠̩̞̥s̝̠a̠̥̻s̖̯͙̥t̙͓̞e͉r͙̺ ̩̜̬s͉t͖̯r͖̯̹͍̲̞̦i̟̺̻̞̮̗k͖͔̠̺͔e͈͈͚̭͕s̫͍̙͓̼ ͎̻y̞̤̹̹̳o̮̗̪̟̫̭̞u ̬n̖e̦͈̜̩ve̥ͅr̦̲͉̲ ̹͎̞̤͖͍g͈̟̝̫e͓̰͖̩̥̳t̠ ̫̠̙̲͚̭ͅd̟̼̫e̠̬̩p̣r̪͚̩͚e͎̩͎̻̱̣s͚sed̲̱̳̙͓ͅ
    ̟̻͓̠͈B̝̦l̠̳͇̤̮͈o̫b̫̤̖̪b̗͍͕̮̦y̖̤,̮̬̣̟ ̘͎͙̼̠o̝͓̹h͇̲̻ͅ ̠͙̲̦̟͕M͓̖r̗̤̺ ̯B͕͎̪l̘̗̤̯̥̮̻o̤̮̝̼̗͙b̳͚̰̹̮̘b̹̗͈̹̘͉̼y̞,ͅ ͙̮̭̖y̤̲͔̳̖̝͚ou͓̗̲͎'̖͎̩͔͚̝l̳̲͓̯l̤̦ alw̹a̬y̩̠̟s̬͍͉̟̩ ̮̹̦̖̞͕p͈̖̳r̼̰̲͔̱o͕v̜̮͈̙̣͍e̖̘͈̰̘ ͕̰͙̹̜ț̻͚̦̗ͅh̳͙a̖̳͈̼͇͚t͍͖̥͚̗̙ͅ ͈̜͓͔̳B̘l̼͕̫̖o̭̼b̖̳̼͔͉͙by̫̤ ̹i͈̰̳̫͍̦̙s̤͍ ̟̘͇͍̝̯t͓͓̤̮ḥ̭̺e̱͈̺ ͙̲̹̲͚͕b͕̞̜̱̗e͚̗̜͙s̻͉t
    ͍̳͖̯̩
    ͇ͅAl͓̙̪̞͍͔t͚̙̥̬̦h̦͈̟o͍̱͓u̘g͓̲h͚̳̙̤ ͚͉͕̮̭h̫ḙ̤̜̮̼'̱̩͙s͔̦ ̖̙͕̻u̩̭̺̭̹͕n̰c͎͉͇o̻̩̭͍̱͙ṇ̳̠͓̞v̰͇͖̪en̞̬̖t̟̣̠̫̘ḭ̩̺̪̝o͍na̮͉͖͇̗̤ͅḽ͍̰̜͕ͅ in͇̱͚͖̤ ͓̜͓h̹͍ṳe̻
    H͓͚̫i̪ͅs̫̫ͅ ̝p͈͎ͅh̳̝̲i͙͉̰͔̯͕l̠̱̫͎o̹s̱op̖̫̲̭h̥y ̫̜̝̯̟̰ͅof͓͈͙͎ ̭l̝̗͚͎̲͔i̳͍̗̺̗̳f͔̮e̩̼̙̳ ̯̩ẉi̜͍̜l̟͔̦͔̲l̙̺͓͙̱̠ ͍s͈͕̹̯͕̥͇t͉͓̥̰͖̖̰ee̮̯̹̤͖͙r̦͉̫̯ ͉̣͎̮̪͖ͅh̫̥͔̰͔i̫̻͔͔m̝ ̪̼͕͔͈ṱ̞͙̞̝ͅh̺̪ro̬u̦͙̭͓̠g̯̩̠̞͈͍h̩̻
    ̝̠̠A͈̺̠͉n̙͕̭d ͚d̹̫̜̰e̘̠sp͔̱͉̲͔̦i͙̠͚̼̜͍̫t̰ḙ ͓t͎͓̟h͉̝̩̰e̥̫͔͉ ̘̙̫͓l̦̪i͇̩̭͕̼̯͓m͚̙͙i̠͚͙̘̥t̞̺̯̖͈a̞t͎͎͍̠̮͉i̮̫̫̤ͅͅo͔n̗̖͕
    O̫̦̖͇̰̬f̹͙ h̟͓͇̬̥̮̥is̝̖̤̺̤̻͔ p̫̲͈o̻͔͙̩or̲͎ ̥̲̲̰̥͎co̩̪̪̺͈̙̪-̬̲̤̩͕̭͓o̖̞̝̥͙̭r͉͕̲̯̬̯d͓̹̻̭̳͎ị̬̝̭n̞̱̩a͖̣̮ti͉̣̟̼ͅoṋ͖̤̥̞̦̼
    ͙̠̼Ḥ͉e͓͇̤̫ ̳̻̗͉k̹͖̤̲̱̮̜n̼̞̺o̭͉̠̞͔̫͍w̤s̟̯̗ ͎̗̹͚͚̞ḥ͔̞̪̭͍̜e'̲ͅl̘͇̠̯̠l͈ ̰s̬̼͇̝̯̯h̜̭͇͙͓̼̱ow̙̮ ̙̱t̤͈̠̞̯h͍͇̩̥̜͈e̠͓̩̗͚̺ ͕̭̗̟͚̠̞w͈̖͕or̞̼̻̮̝͉͙l͕̮̘d͙̩ ̲̥͔a̤̗̺͉̣ ̪t̜̞͔̩̗̗͓ẖ̭i͇̞͍n̫͔͕̫̬g̺̻̟ ̤̗o̱̝͎̥̰͇r͔̠̰̗̟ ̫̭̞̟͚t͔̭̼̥̟w̫o̫
    ̺̝͕̪̪͉
    ͇̬̤̯͔̹B͖͈̯̰͉͇͓l̩̼͇͇ͅọ̙b͇̟̻͇̲̙b̬̬y,̞̟͚̥̩̬ͅ ̺̝̪̖M̥r̩̘̞̫͓ͅ ̪̫͎B̘̩͕̠̥l̖̱ọ̫̭̱̗̻̹b̙̮͔͉b͕͍̰͎̪͖y͓̣̜͖̫̫̪,̯̭̲ ͔̲̩̳̮̖y̤̱̱̝o͇͇͇̳u̥'̪r͔e̜ th͔e̺̯̯͇ ͙̖g̗͉͕͎u̮̪͉͉͔͖̦y͇ ̖̬w̬̭h̻̳͚̲̫̖o̰̘ ̣̥̺̮̱p͎̪͈u̠̩͍͔̦̺t̯s̝͉̪̤̭͎ ͎͎͇t̮̰h̖͔̥̪̺e ̝͉͇͍d̥o̲̖̬̺̞̬̯ ̮̦̰̭̥͚̺i̭͓̜̞͓n͎ ̘̻̺͓̦̟ḓ̪̜̘̣̹̺o ̱̯̳o͇̯̜̥͚r̜̝͚̹ ̳̟͉͇̪͍̹d̬ie̹͕͎
    ̝̗̳Ḅ̱̞͇̺ͅl͇o͚̣bby̩̩͇̲̲,̟͇̬̻͍ ̜̼M̱̥̳͉̜̹̦r̥ ͖̺̜̹B̥̟l͎̳̫o͕͎b͍̯̬̤̘̭̦b͔ỵ͓͇̦̞,͇̻̰̲̳ ̻͔̙̲̤y̺̘͙͍̭o̮̝͕̗̯͉u̱͓̦̜ṟ̣̙̱͕ ͇̳̹̪̻ͅd̯̮̖̳͓̳ee͕͉d̲̘̱̟͕̻s̱̜͇͚ ͕̟͓a̦̦͓͍r̦e̯̞͇͖̜̳͍ ͙̭͈̣͙̳g̼͎̣̹̗u͖͇̠̼ar͚an̬t͚̺̦̞͔̻e̬̻ed̲̠̻̝̮̞ ͓t̗̳̣o͈͎̼ ̤st͓͔̟͓̳͇u̳̤̤͚p̰̲͓͎̥̞̰ef͎̘̯͉͇̬ͅy̬̱̠͉͚̰

    ̻͇N̪̮̹̖ͅo̯͉͉ͅ ͕̻̖͚̳r̤͉̠̺͚ͅi͎̙͍̫͇ͅd̞̮̳̝̬͉̣e ̦t̫̻̬͓oo͚̱̜̲̫̜͈ ͎̙̪͎̞̘r̝̼̝̮͙̰o̪̫͉̖̝̤̙ṵ͇͈̤̖̫̜g̝̯̰̻͔̼h̦͙, ͉̬͔n̪̳o̪̺̘ ͍̼t̫͉e̥̩̪̜̘͉̝s͙t͖̲̲̲ ̯̩͔̼͚̝t̞̳̦͕̲o̪̲o̭̦̫̭ ̝̦͙̻̺t̫̳o͔̝̖̞ṵg͖̝̲h̻͓̖ͅ
    ͔͕̣N͕̱o ͓̠͇̮͈͕a̖̭̙̹c͙͖̜̗̤ͅt̗̻̳͚ ̩̰͇t̯̪̯̭͚oo̺̠̼͚̠ͅ ͕̖͈͚̮̭̫ṣl̯̯͉̦̺͕i͕̳͖͈͈c̤̲ͅk̯͔̠̠̝̺ͅ, ̙̻̞ͅn̺͍̼o͍̘͙̟͇͙ r̻̝a̤̖̝͎̥̰c̰ͅe͎̪̲̰͕̦ to̙̦̦o ̞̝q̺͉͚͖͕͔̠u̩̤i͖c͚̹k͎
    ̳̬̖̘͖͍N̪o̹̘ ̼s̲h̠̗̥͔̩̞ͅo͇̜t̩̲̩̺ ̭͖t̮̟̱̺̟̫̼o͖̫͓̠o̪̮̞ ̠̮͓̙͇h̲̤̠o̝͚̺̣̫ͅͅt̳,̻͉̱̮ ̹h̘̣͕̠̫ͅe̩̫'̺͈l̠ͅl̞ͅ ̗̯̟̻͔͍h̹̗͓̜̦̼i̞͇̹̳̗t͎̜̫ ͕̼̼̻͕̠ͅt͔̟̟̙h͔e͓͓̜ ̘̥s̲̞̺̠͈͔po͉̜̣̮̪t͕͇̪̭
    N̤o̩̣ ̦̺͚̹̞s̞̪͓̪̣ͅt̮y͕͙͓̪l̠̼e t̩̰o̩̫ͅo̙̟ ̞̪̝͓͕̠ch͔̖͇̳̞̞i̠͔̦̪͇c͚̲̼̮̼̥̜,͓ ̣̱͙̭̟̞n͎̙̲̫̠̩̺o̲̫̘̬ͅ ͕̤̥̟j̝͉͚̤̭o̩k͉̦͕̭͓̼̠e̖͙̖ͅ t̫̜͙͕oo̫̺̰̼̗͉ͅ ̹̩̪̻̩̗̠w͔̞ͅe͓͇a͔̯k̪
    ̹̺̳N̝͕̫o̯̼̲̣͓ ch͙͎̯̠̲a̙̯͎n̲̩c̭̦͔̘͚̗̗e̬͓ ͙̪̬͈̣ͅt̙̠̻o̭͍͖̥̠͇o̫͍̹͔̭ ͔̮̤̫̟̫s͈͎l͚̻̝i̩̘ͅͅm̳̺̤͔̝̪ͅ,̮̬̱̝ ͓n͙o͍̖̹͍̟̼ͅ ͎̳̦̯̹̞f̳̙̥̗̱͔a̤̠̤t͙̮͓͉͓̫ͅe̹̘ ͔t̲̙̲͉̝̼o̰̞̣o̫̦̱̹̞̼͈ ̗͍͓̟͚̘̝g̪͙̲r̹̲̱̲͉i͉̺͎͍m̖̳͍̣̙
    ̥͚̲̲̺ͅN̟o̻̻͇̬ ̹̦̪̙͈̜͓f̘͍͓̭oe̞̝͕͕̻ ͈t̥͙̝͙̠͎̟o̞̹̰o̠̫̙͙͚̖͓ ͖̯̣s̻ͅṱr͈ͅͅo̳p̤̹͙̥,̮̪̗͖̹̩̰ ̼̫̱̩̥n̼͔̟̟̺ͅo̖̙ ̟͈͉͎̣͕͉o̮̻dd̞͕͖̦s͔ ͇̦͉t̘̻͚̗̮͉o͈ͅo͙̘ ͚̟͓̰͎l̫̝o̗̻̯̪͈̣̦n͕̗̲̺g̻͙
    ͈̗̰̪̩̹N̩o̳ ̼̱̗̜̻p͎ṛ̦̯͖i͈͎͚͍̣̝̱c̪͚̭̹e͚̙̺ țo̞̰o̖̹̤̘̥ͅ ͉̫h̦̮i̩̖̲͎͎̜͙g̤̜h,̟̭̻ ͔̟h̺̫̥e̬͎̗̹̪̞̯'͙̘̲̝s̟ ̗͖p̳̱͎̩̜u̪̥̩̘̪͈t̤̬ ͚͇̞̘͚̜s̠͙͉o̩̥̬͉͓̬m̖̣͈̺e ̹̘̳̞̥̪b͖̟̻͉y̝͚
    ͎̪͙̣͓͓N̘o̪ ̖̠̭̣ͅd͎o̻̞̖̣̬̙dg͎̗e,̩̜͖̪̲ ̼n͔̥̯o͙ ̻͓͚̪ḓ͇o̩͔̙͖ụb͔t̩̩̝,͉̻̲̝̩͖͔ ̮͈̝̯̪̩̤n͉̖̣o̲͎̳͈̟̺͇ ba̺c̞ͅk̖͓̳̱i̯n͖̭̬̬̞̬̠g̱̥͎͓̲̬͚ o̱̳̦uṭ̣
    ̳̺̦̺
    B͓l̯̫̝̲͓o̫̙b͇͙b͇̥͉͎̯̬y̬̲̠͈ͅ,̫̩͇ ̮͓͙̦͎oh̘͚ͅ ̜̩Mr͎̙ ͇̣̫̹̰͔͙B͉̣͎l͍̣̞o͔̪̻͚b͇̝͚̮by͎̻,̥̼̯̘̘ ̘̻̲͍̝i͈̗͈̲̼̳f͖̣ ̭hum͙̮̺̱̥̫a̪͈nit̘̗̱̼̱͈y'̻͔s a̞͓͇͕̗͙͉ ̞̟̹qu͓̳̠̜͓̭̭es̖̫̼͎̘̰̜t͖̺̞̥̖i̘̭o̲̣̰͇̗̹n̩̣̲ ̬̙̜̖o͕f̙ deg͓̲̮͇̠ͅr̹̫͈͕̫e͖͕̬e̪̤
    ̰͚̠B̤̦̥l̟̳͉o̳b̗͔̰̳̩̭ͅb͇͉͔̲͈̘y̥̝̰̗,̙ ̹͍͖M̹͔r͙ ̖Ḇ̖̻ͅḽ͚̠o͙b̩̪̺͚b̙͇y͕,̘̩̗̹͕ͅ ̜͈̼̮s͚̯͕̫͓̗̹t̗̳̰̥ͅͅa̹y̺̗̘̤ ̗̦̫̪̘lo̗y͈̳͙̰ḁ̝̥l̗͕̻͔͉ ͎t͙̞o͚͎̬͚͔ ̤̬y̲͕o͔̩̠u̬r̝̼͖ ̝͔ͅB̥l̻͇̞̜o͍̦̝̲̩̥b͍b̯̱͚͓͎̝͉y̭͙͈̭̩ pḛ̖͔̙d͍̯͓͎̰ig̙͖r͖̳ee̖
    ̦̤B̲͎̳͇͓̣l̫̪͉̣̯̺ob͉̘̼̰͍b̪̮͓̜͙̠y͚̗̺͕̯,͕̞ ͚̫͖̻̥̹o̖͈̼̖̱͙̙h ͓̝͙Mr B͕̹̻l̳͕o͉̻̩̮̥͇͍b͈ḇ̥͇y,͈̫ ̺y̯ou̲͖͔͕̤͙̱'̥̗̘r͈͈̤̫ḙ͔̲̟ ͖̘̳t̪̠̤h͔̯͍̹̺̪e̫̪ ͓͓̭̣̗̯̫ọn͎̗̟e͍ ̞̰͙͖̞̝͎w̥̼̱h̤̼o͕̣ b̦̼̯ear̯̱̖͈̳s̺ ̬̱̺̝͔̗̦t̼h̖̜̯̬͈̰ḙ ͖̮̤p̬͎i͉͖̰͈̞̣̗n̪k̯͖̳̠͓̝ͅ ̩̰̹̻̘a̠n̰̬͖͍̮̲̙d̻͇̣̻̪ ͓ỵ͇͉̳e͓llọ̬w̤̦ ̖̲͍c͓͍̠̩r̼̼es͚̫͚̮̠̙ṭ̻̙̣̖̖̱
    ̮B̻l̹̮o̺̗̺͓b̳b̦y̥̗, ̝͓̦̦̟̘ͅM̮̖̫͍̬̼͈r̘̩̬̪̻ ̪̺̞̱B͇̗͉ḷ͍ͅo͖͕͖͈ͅb͍̬͉͕̣b̭̰y͍̝̞,͙͚͚̝͉ͅ y̻̰̗o̠̩̝̠u͔̪̣͓̹'͎͍̰̥̞̞̫l̻̬̮̠l̩̟͓̥̫̳ ̗̼̳̠a̝͓̱̩ͅl̝̻͈̖͎̝̩w̥̭̰͓a͇̪̪̲̯ys̺̥̫͇̬̣̯ ̭̠p̠̳̺ͅr͕̞̫͚oveͅ ̜̹̪̹̳̥ͅth͍a̦̤͇̲̭t͍̦̤̘͙ ̘͔̼̺̙̻̦B͕̻̝̳̲ḽ̣̳o̟̞͖̬͚̤͕b̼͇͈b̻̪͙͍̭̬ͅy͈ ̹͕̳̣͙i̼̜s t̫̳̫̜̦̟̣h͉̠͕̟̭e͎͉̥ͅ ̻̭͎̞̻͔b̜e̘̟̭̗̼̺̟s͙̪͖̼̰t̩̯̯̲͎̠
     
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    roytheshort The Village Idiot

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    I was trying to look at pictures of Will Smith's fish "Oscar" from Shark Tale and my computer nearly got a virus.

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    It's midnight and I need to wake up at 6 AM. What am I doing with my life?
     
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    I couldn't think of anywhere else to post this.
     
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    Disturbing.
     
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    Don't wake up :(
     
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    I have the perfect idea for colonizing mars, bring the 'industrial revolution' to Mars and practice wind / solar / natural power here on earth, and back on Mars build cities while filling the air with carbon, it will be inhospitable for awhile but eventually oxygen emitting organisms will develop and start the atmosphere creation and then redirect a water - ice asteroids to the lowest areas on the planet. To re-energize the magnetosphere we need to drill to the iron core in select places around the planet's equator, fill the holes with iron (just leave the drillbits in the holes, cheap and one step process) and then connect nice queen ann sized diesel powered generators to cycle + / - power at 60hz around the planet, that should do the trick.
     
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  33. Random thought of the day :

    There’s Pokemon Red, Yellow, (Leaf) Green, & Blue, but there is no Pokemon Orange or Pokemon Violet. Anyone know why?
     
  34. Yal

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    I know a perfectly good reason why there's no orange version, at least.


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    So the faster than light travel thing, people are proposing that by bending space time around a ship (contracting it in the front and expanding it in the back) to travel at or above the speed of light in theory could work, but it's stated that you'd need an unimaginable and unobtainable amount of power to do it, so I was thinking of a not so far fetched idea to travel at light speed. The spiral slingshot method might do it, I just did some calculations and found that (altho it would be ridiculously hard to do) that if you tethered a spaceship to the surface of the sun with some kind of force field, (one that doesn't come on full force all at once or you and the ship would be immediately destroyed) the sun's spinning speed would eventually catapult you to the speed of light if you reeled yourself away from earth while tethered. THE MATHS: sun's circumference- 2,713,406 miles, the sun spins once every 25 days (600 hours) so divide the circumference by 600 and you get 4,522+ miles per hour at the equator, earth is 93,000,000 miles from the sun so multiply that by 2 and then Pi to get the circumference, then divide that by 600 and you get 973,894 miles per hour (if you were tethered to the surface of the sun) so divide that by the speed of light and you are going 1.6 hundredths of the speed of light already at earth's distance from the sun, with that info you would need to be tethered to the sun's surface from 160 AU (93,000,000 x 160) miles from the sun, which in contrast would be just outside the kuiper belt. That's a long way out, but if you started at earth and 'reeled' yourself outward your speed would increase exponentially.
    I know it sounds far fetched, but it would be much easier than the currently proposed way, and considering they are actually trying to build a space elevator I think it could be a few steps in complications above that :)
     
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    Clapping is just smacking yourself because you like something...
     
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    Divide by zero explained:
    There's a pizza in front of you, you decide to divide it by 0. what happens? no one gets the pizza, no one.
    and that's not possible, therefore, you cannot divide by zero.
     
  39. sitebender

    sitebender Member

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    Smart cars are street legal golf carts.
     
  40. Yal

    Yal GMC Memer GMC Elder

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    Checking the posts on this page of the topic makes me lose faith in humanity a little bit.
     
  41. chance

    chance predictably random Forum Staff Moderator

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    Don't be too hasty. GMC members aren't necessarily human.
     
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  42. Kepons

    Kepons Lost The Bet

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    Lately, I've been reporting spam threads more than actually posting on the forums.

    Happy 1 year anniversary of being dead, thread.
     
  43. Yal

    Yal GMC Memer GMC Elder

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    We all have a skeleton inside our bodies. Normally, you can only see part of it sticking out: your teeth.




    Also, I like this album nonironically: (warning: contains a bunch of swearing and stuff)
     
  44. Psycho_666

    Psycho_666 Member

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  45. Bearman_18

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    The difficulty of the job is determined by the intelligence of the customer. If a seemingly smart employee looks confused, you're an idiot. But idiots can't percieve intelligence, so the employee won't seem smart anyway, meaning idiots blissfully think they are smarter than everyone else. Dunning Krueger.
     
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  46. Bluetail7

    Bluetail7 Member

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    Why am I paying for something that loses meaning on myself? Maybe I have fulfilled all my irl tasks, yet, I try to keep myself busy, for something that doesn't really need my attention.
     
  47. Bluetail7

    Bluetail7 Member

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    I keep finding bugs everytime I play, hope they went ignored.
    Can't rush my game builds either, or I'm going to make a mess.

    On another note, I'm glad I can help people close to me.
     
  48. Walky

    Walky Member

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    I wanted to spend some time playing around with Oculus Quill but I'm finding it impossible to use VR for too long with this heat.
     
  49. Bluetail7

    Bluetail7 Member

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    Awesome artworks, animations and sprites.
    Awesome music
    Designing levels
    Menus Re-design
    Looking for the font is next
    Offering new control schemes
    Gamepad compatibility in main menu

    Enjoy life

    Every
    Second
    Is
    worth

    Red, Green, Blue.
    They are all cool.

    It's time to bring everything into the table and do my best shot to the sun!
     
  50. Lonewolff

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    AKA, the 'Misty effect'. :D
     
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