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Messages - P3nT4gR4m

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Just for the record - the reason the earth looks round from space is because the spaceship windows are round  :evil:

Round.  Like a dime.

Flat.  Like a dime.

Naw, man, what I'm saying is if you looked through a square window it'd be square. Teh observer influences the quantumz, dumbass!  :argh!:

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At least 60% of us pass unnoticed in modern society.

Then, suddenly and without warning, someone drops a bottle of buckfast...

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Won't change a thing - the tests were conducted using science. How can science test something that science is blind to?  :horrormirth:

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True story - I've asked a Glaswegian to be my best man

On the plus side there is no form of humanity capable of orchestrating a greater level of apocalyptic mayhem and intoxication for the stag do.

On the minus side there is no form of humanity capable of orchestrating a greater level of apocalyptic mayhem and intoxication during the wedding proper.

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Yeah, it really pisses off the cows

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Just for the record - the reason the earth looks round from space is because the spaceship windows are round  :evil:

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One problem with the soap theory - its the clyde. There's no detergent strong enough to survive in there. We've had fucking oil slicks disappear without a trace.
With enough detergents any place can be made bubbly. Your second point is exactly opposite to what you think: Soap makes oil sink. I learned that trick working in a yacht harbour, if you spill diesel or something you can make it dissapear by spraying some dishwashing soap on the oil slick. Just don't ever touch the bottom of the harbour with bare skin.

Yeah I get what you're saying but what we have here is a body of liquid consisting of vitriol and wino piss. It will dissolve anything, detergent, oil, acid, alkali - you need to see a cow fall in there to really appreciate it  :lulz:

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The fact that the earth revolving around the sun can still be a topic of discussion in 2014 makes me want to kick all the babies.

I'm kinda shit at astrophysics but my gut tells me that it should be possible to pick any arbitrary point in the universe, declare it static and generate a model of everything else moving around it. Seems like a kind of dumb waste of time tho.

So long as you don't look too closely, yes.

I may have slightly understated my level of astrophysics ignorance.  :lulz:

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The simple facts are food just fucking bores me. It's a lot of hassle having to decide on something to eat, go procure the ingredients and then spend hours mixing it all up into shit you can swallow. It's even more of a hassle when you really don't give a fuck about the whole process. Now and again I like a nice meal but, day to day, I can't be fucked even thinking about it.

I'm a bit jealous, in that I'd be a lot healthier.  Then again, I really like cooking, so I'd be missing out on that.

If you really don't care about food, then I suggest coming up with 5-7 meals that are simple enough to prepare but varied enough in total content, then just buy that every week and make it.  So Monday is chicken, Tuesday fish, Wednesday whole grain rice, Thursday pork, Friday pasta, Saturday go out to eat, Sunday beef.  Have 3 or 4 different kinds of vegatbles to go with it so you can vary it up, and you can stop thinking about what to buy or make, you've already got that planned.

Funnily enough, I actually do like cooking but once or twice every week or so is plenty. Your idea about the 5-7 meals thing is solid. I'll work on something along those lines.

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The fact that the earth revolving around the sun can still be a topic of discussion in 2014 makes me want to kick all the babies.

I'm kinda shit at astrophysics but my gut tells me that it should be possible to pick any arbitrary point in the universe, declare it static and generate a model of everything else moving around it. Seems like a kind of dumb waste of time tho.

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Yeah, I guess I can get behind that. Just a bit of a shame it can't be better optimised  :sad:

The simple facts are food just fucking bores me. It's a lot of hassle having to decide on something to eat, go procure the ingredients and then spend hours mixing it all up into shit you can swallow. It's even more of a hassle when you really don't give a fuck about the whole process. Now and again I like a nice meal but, day to day, I can't be fucked even thinking about it.

Biology really gets on my tits sometimes  :argh!:

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: April 07, 2014, 04:25:42 pm »
Play it safe - cover the gasmask in tinfoil - in case they beam commands in through your sinuses  :eek:

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: "Tranny"
« on: April 07, 2014, 04:24:14 pm »
Having read it again, I'm sticking to my end.

The homophobes are not in a group which can be controlled by the SJWs, regardless of whether or not they understand what is being said.  The allie are, in many cases.

It has nothing to do with communication or understanding.  It has to do with Jim Jones and David Koresh and L R Hubbard.

Status games. Much more important instantly gratifying than some complex problem with no simple solution.

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Variety is key to a really optimal diet, so forget about simplicity.

See, I've come across this a few times but I'm not convinced. Is there an explanation somewhere why we should eat a whole different bunch of different stuff. I'm not saying it's a bunch of crap but it doesn't make any sense to me. I'd rather it did.

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