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February 13th, 2011
On on the site ?jodi.bin
ASCII art. Must be an old fart. In a cart. (not too smart)
February 13th, 2011
Sprinkles suck.
February 13th, 2011
On on the site ?baseball skill
I miss brak.
July 27th, 2010
On on the site ?Muhammad Drawing
أنت
تسقط
القنابل

You drop bomb!
May 20th, 2010
On on the site ?Infinite Illusion
5' for reminding me of Mandelbrot
May 6th, 2010
On on the site ?If Only
Careful with that axe, tin-man.
May 3rd, 2010
On on the site ?(nsfw) Hey Moonman,
It's about time somebody said it.
November 11th, 2009
On on the site ?Scientology is Smart
....The missile guidance computer scenario works as follows. Because a variation has modified some of the information the missile has obtained, it is not sure just where it is. However, it is sure where it isn't, within reason, and it knows where it was. It now subtracts where it should be from where it wasn't, or vice-versa, and by differentiating this from the algebraic sum of where it shouldn't be, and where it was, it is able to obtain the deviation and its variation, which is called error.
November 11th, 2009
On on the site ?Scientology is Smart
The missile knows where it is at all times. It knows this because it knows where it isn't. By subtracting where it is from where it isn't, or where it isn't from where it is (whichever is greater), it obtains a difference, or deviation. The guidance subsystem uses deviations to generate corrective commands to drive the missile from a position where it is to a position where it isn't, and arriving at a position where it wasn't, it now is. Consequently, the position where it is, is now the position that it wasn't, and it follows that the position that it was, is now the position that it isn't. In the event that the position that it is in is not the position that it wasn't, the system has acquired a variation, the variation being the difference between where the missile is, and where it wasn't. If variation is considered to be a significant factor, it too may be corrected by the GEA. However, the missile must also know where it was. The missile guidance computer scenario works as follows. Because a variation has modified some of the information the missile has obtained, it is not sure just where it is. However, it is sure where it isn't, within reason, and it knows where it was. It now subtracts where it should be from where it wasn't, or vice-versa, and by differentiating this from the algebraic sum of where it shouldn't be, and where it was, it is able to obtain the deviation and its variation, which is called error.
December 1st, 2007
On on the site ?Best MCSE Braindumps
Too wide.
December 1st, 2007
Ok... I guess I've milked this joke for all it's worth. I'll stop now.
February 10th, 2007
You should die for vandalizing the wiki, but I still think it's funny. ^>^
January 31st, 2007
Over a year later, and this still cracks me up. THIS IS TRUE LUNACY!! lol
June 26th, 2006
Creationism doesn't answer the question of "Who created the gods". And evolution *has* been observed in the lab many times, but gods have not.
June 26th, 2006
Why do parents insist on cramming insane religious nonsense into their kid's brain? Scientologists are almost as bad as friggin Christians.
June 26th, 2006
The idea that life on Earth is too complex to have developed on its own without the aid of some external (and even *more* complex) alien life form (god) is just as silly as the crap scientologist believe. Just because that belief is older than scientology (and just because your parents believe it) doesnt make it any less insane.
June 26th, 2006
.And if you want scientific evidence for evolution, it isn't very hard to find. http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/comdesc/
June 26th, 2006
YTMND is full of creationists? You've got to be sh*ttin' me. The bible is a poorly written (and heavily plagerized) piece of Jewish mythology (http://forums.newspeakdictionary.com/post-11577.html#11577).
June 26th, 2006
Laugh @ scientology all you want... but I bet most of you f*ckers believe that a magical invisible man created humans. lol.
June 13th, 2006
Actually, there is a strong possibility that he never existed at all. Some person *like* Jesus may have existed, but the character portrayed in the gospels is almost entirely myth. (See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_Myth)
June 11th, 2006
A new fad? Hmmmm... do you mean like this?... http://mindifismokeporn.ytmnd.com/
June 11th, 2006
A new fad?... hmmmm... do you mean like this?... http://mindifismokeporn.ytmnd.com/
June 11th, 2006
Learn a lesson kids... Don't join a cult. And that includes the popular (and ancient) ones too.
June 11th, 2006
On on the site ?L. Ron Was Cremated
Damn... I was hoping to fool everybody into thinking that I found an actual video of Elron's cremation ... and I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for you meddling kids.
June 10th, 2006
Scientologists don't believe he's dead... "There they were told that Hubbard 'willingly discarded the body after it was no longer useful to him,' and that this signified 'his ultimate success: the conquest of life that he embarked upon half a century ago.' Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that Hubbard's ultimate success lay in convincing millions of people he was something other than a nut." - http://www.slate.com/id/2122835?nav=ais
June 10th, 2006
On on the site ?Rambo hates buildings
I have I decent loop of that Slayer riff here, if u want it... http://reigninbush.ytmnd.com/
June 10th, 2006
You're certainly correct. "Elron" isn't a god. But he certainly *IS* dead. I just wish his cult would have dies along with him.
June 9th, 2006
Sorry... already did the "Save the Internets" thing here: http://nedmcansavetheinternet.ytmnd.com/
June 2nd, 2006
On on the site ?Lex plays pong
Two great fads that go great together! lol
May 29th, 2006
Damn... all I need is some 8-bit music