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Beyond the wall / Re: Welcome to Discordia
« on: Yesterday at 04:16:22 pm »
:lulz:

Glad it's only you though, the rest of us are in the top quarter of it.

I am the Kruger power-bottom.  Fear me.

Been a while since these have been issued.

:mittens:

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Beyond the wall / Re: Welcome to Discordia
« on: November 24, 2016, 11:32:02 pm »

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https://techcrunch.com/2016/11/22/googles-ai-translation-tool-seems-to-have-invented-its-own-secret-internal-language/

As DNN's and the like become more complex and learning increasingly unattended, more and more their operations become unfathomable to meatware. Potential for lulz are off the charts.

Q) "Skynet - why did you nuke Sweden?"
A) "#1#B:)"w8;,1"lk"

Translation:  lail

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Beyond the wall / Re: Awesome art
« on: November 23, 2016, 04:37:31 pm »
This installation is badass and makes no sense.

http://allmagnews.com/a-massive-3-story-installation-of-chairs/

"evoking the masses of faceless migrants who underpin our globalized economy"

 :lulz:

I wonder how many people eat that up.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: General Trump hilarity free-for-all thread
« on: November 22, 2016, 05:00:36 pm »
This is good, but the best part has to be Alec Baldwin's response.

http://fortune.com/2016/11/20/donald-trump-snl-baldwin-bias/



Damn, Alec, that "try"  :lulz:

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Welcome back old spags!

It does mildly amuse me that while most religions have fair weather believers, we have foul weather ones.  :lulz:

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Beyond the wall / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: November 08, 2016, 03:08:00 am »
Sent from my TRS-80 using tapatalk
:lulz:

I hadn't disabled the signature on the new device yet.

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Beyond the wall / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: November 08, 2016, 02:43:34 am »


Did I mention the wedding I went to over the summer had an owl in it?

The idea was for the owl to fly over with the wedding ring.  In every single rehearsal, this is exactly what it did.

On the day, it did a 90 degree turn away from where it was supposed to go and at full speed faceplanted itself into a window, before falling on the floor behind the seat of the person two rows in front of me.  Because both the bride and the groom and half their friends are vets, we then had a mad crush of people trying to treat the owl, tripping over their dresses or the seats in the rush.

A bear would've been a better option.

lowlwut

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The Protocols are required reading, Roger old boy. There is no more prophetic and insightful document if you want to understand the hidden forces and agendas that shape our world. In my experience, every jew of any influence is using it as a de facto playbook -- they being, wittingly or unwittingly, agents of the Dajjal and his program of total world subversion, inversion and perversion.

You only hate the Jews, because you arent on their level. Only when you become the Jew will you understand.



Okay I have to admit, "Pumpkin spice traditionalism" is pretty funny.   :lulz:

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RPG Ghetto / Re: Unified Vidya Games thread
« on: November 04, 2016, 11:55:53 pm »
I'm a little late but is anyone else on the Darkest Dungeon train?

I got to the second sub-boss, the Seer, slowly ticking him down with DoTs while my meleers hacked through his protective rows. He's down to the last few hits, but then wipes three of my party members and leaves my Hellion on Death's Door with a debuff. He's two hits away but without healing she won't make it. Fuck it, I hit him with the glaive, have a freak crit and kill him. I practically jump for joy, then I remember those other three party members are permadead and there's no save scumming to try for a better result.

For her success, I rewarded my Hellion with a week of flagellation to reduce stress. Luckily I think I can dive right back in because my Crusader just got his syphilis cured.

The ups and downs are very Dark Souls.

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Beyond the wall / Re: What's REALLY Funny, part I of V
« on: November 04, 2016, 02:06:57 am »
I am highly amused that this popped in and out of my FB feed VERRRRY quickly.

Thanks a lot, algorithms!

The next one is on Trump and the whole idea of "just do it more" when discussing fighting an asymmetrical war.

I've basically matched candidates to their principle form of bad signal.


THAT is a pretty interesting premise. I'm looking forward to more.

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Hope it was a good one, Roger.

Today, it's my turn.  I bet you ungrateful bastards didn't even get me anything.

I GOT YOU SOMETHING

WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW WHAT IT IS?




would you

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Today marks 48 years that I have been stuck on this mudball.

Happy arrival on this mudball day.

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 :lulz:

I once found a note I'd written without any recollection of it that said "The clock that is stopped is not broken; it has arrived."

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OK then.

We are incurably diseased. Most here are malformed and disturbingly subnormal. We're almost exclusively mentally deficient in some way and we laugh about it. About everything.

And it's quite catching. You're probably already riddled and there is no cure.

Sleep well. Eoc is watching you so he'll let us know if you do.
I. I've F5'd a million times.. I.. might. What are the symptoms??
WHOSE EOC?


Well I'm sort of everyone's EoC. It's like asking whose Ebola.

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