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August 11th, 2010
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August 11th, 2010 bobmario2 viewed ?  -1=1 ??.
July 1st, 2010 bobmario2 viewed ?  -1=1 ??.
July 1st, 2010 bobmario2 viewed ?  Epic Math Maneuver.
July 1st, 2010 bobmario2 viewed ?  Conan stares into the pits of hell.

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?-1=1 ?? 2,171 20 (2.85)  2006-11-12
?Nostalgia Inducing 4,448 83 (3.96)  2006-09-25
?The Tetris Trance 2,612 7 (3.57)  2006-09-11
?The real Hobbes. 926 2 (1.00)  2006-08-30
?Truly, words of wisdom. 681 5 (3.20)  2006-08-14

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?(nsfw) Puberty: What NOT to do. 27,598 347 (4.02)  2006-02-05
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?The Tetris Trance 2,612 7 (3.57)  2006-09-11
?Conan stares into the pits of hell 2,028 13 (3.46)  2006-01-16
?The last thing he ever wrote 1,680 5 (3.40)  2006-05-21

recent comments

December 10th, 2006
Yup. A screen-shot YTMND with stolen sound. Completely unoriginal. But I had to inform the world somehow.
November 12th, 2006
win
November 12th, 2006
On on the site ?-1=1 ??
I'm pretty sure I know it's impossible....but still interesting. Considering that I explained exactly why the statement is impossible above, which has nothing to do with your reasoning, I suggest that YOU take algebra again, and maybe you will realize that equations with imaginary units are infact possible.
November 12th, 2006
On on the site ?-1=1 ??
Nope, nothing to do with absolute values. Nice try, though.
November 12th, 2006
On on the site ?-1=1 ??
Actually, the logical fallacy has nothing to do with the plus/minus sign. If you want to know where the fallacy is, it lies in that when you multiply two square roots, you get the square root of the two variables under the radical sign [e.g. the square root of (a) times the square root of (b) equals the square root of (ab)] This law only applies to positive real numbers, wherein lies the fallacy.