Joined Mar 26, 2012 at 02:13AM EDT
Double Dream Hands
Reminds me of the bridge from this old MC Lars track:
Slow down guys, you shouldn’t be getting down on them. That’s retarded.
Well that just makes him a douchebag for a completely different reason, but that also doesn’t change the fact that it’s a terrible song.
MFW waiting for any news on Snake
Division is simply another way to write multiplication. 48 ÷ 2 is the same as 48 × ½. Therefore, the order of operations doesn’t matter.
When you happen across a division symbol, the problem should be immediately rewritten to avoid confusion. Therefore, the problem should be:
48 × ½ × (9+3)
Evaluate that however you want, and you’ll get the only correct answer because multiplication is commutative.
24 × (9+3) = 24 × 12 = 288, or
48 × ½ × (12) = 48 × 6 = 288, or
48 × (12) × ½ = 576 × ½ = 288
The Order of Operations isn’t wrong, provided you input math problems the way they should be input.
Source: I’m a college math tutor.
It’s been a while since the last dance craze, so I guess this was inevitable. Batten down the hatches and prepare for the storm.
Personal opinion: I don’t mind that I can’t get it out of my head, so I guess that’s a good sign. I would definitely rank it above any movie Disney’s done in the last few years, but it’s not their greatest one. Better than Tangled, Cars, Enchanted (Adele was in that one too), Wall-E, Ratatouille (I’m comparing Pixar films with Disney but honestly who can tell the difference?)… I didn’t watch Wreck-it Ralph, so I can’t judge it. I’d say it’s on par with Up, though I don’t care for Up all that much (it’s hard to judge a movie when you’re sweating profusely from your eyes ten minutes in). It is in no way better than Toy Story (at least in my opinion), but then again, Toy Story is an unbelievably good film.
To summarize: Better than most, but not quite a classic. I’d recommend going to see it in theaters, but watching it on Blu-ray at a friend’s house is also acceptable. It’s absolutely worth watching, but it’s up to you to decide if it’s worth the price of a movie ticket.
He drew that?
…I drew that.
That song is one of my favorites from the Alpacolypse album.
I’m just sad my comment isn’t on top anymore.
My personal favorite is “Do You Want to Hide a Body?”
Obvious exits are NORTH, SOUTH, and DENNIS.
What wouldst thou deau?
I thought the same thing. Glad I’m not the only one.
Not with that attitude.
Worth the wait.
If I could favorite an image more than once, I’d favorite this all twelve times.
No, all THIRTEEN.
Pardon my French but, c’est que ce bordel!?!?!
Good man, good man.
If worse comes to worst, Bing Video search is great, considering Google’s Video Search prioritizes YouTube. Bing pulls from websites that Google doesn’t, which makes it easy to find things like full TV episodes or movies or, you know… other things. ;)
Dailymotion’s format has changed dramatically from when I used it back in the days when Google Video was still a thing. Most of the problems with it stem from it being a fairly unpopular site compared to YouTube.
And to be fair, you can stop Google from asking you to use your real name. Maybe it was just because I got Partner status a long time ago (for some reason that I still can’t fathom), but when I told Google I wanted to keep my name hidden, they shut up about it immediately, and since I already linked my Google Account to my YouTube account a long time ago, they didn’t even have to ask me to sign up, so the only change I’ve experienced is the slightly different comment layout, and since I only read the Top Comments anyway, it doesn’t make a difference to me.