Joined Apr 18, 2011 at 02:16AM EDT
>And a new account and “can’t grammar.”
Is it weird that I read this in a threatening way?
“Come inside next time… or else.”
No, not quite. When you make a child sexually, even theoretically with yourself, you don’t inherit the exact same chromosomes. Your child will get two chromosomes from you (well actually 46, but I’m just looking at one particular one here). They may get two of the same chromosome (ie both paternal or both maternal), whereas you have one paternal and one maternal. Does that make sense?
I… really miss Advance Wars.
Isn’t Intelligent Systems going to ever make a sequel to AW:DS?
That’s the point. Virtually every human being has some form of a rare recessive defect. That’s why inbreeding is bad – the chance that someone unrelated to you will have the same defect on the same gene is very rare, but not within your own family.
If the parents were genetically “perfect”, then it wouldn’t be a problem.
Even ignoring the obvious…
>3 billion people died
Sorry, I must have missed the part where more than 1/3 of the global population died.
Let’s be honest, who isn’t going to have this game anyway.
Uhhhhhhh… wait what? I’m pretty confused, for various reasons.
Why do people seem to get so smug and pleased to see Smogon “discredited” (not that it was, as others have made good arguments)?
Who cares if an “OU” pokemon gets beaten by a “NU” one? I don’t think that proves anything. And even if Smogon tiers aren’t “fair”, what does that affect? Smogon rules are just for people who like playing by those rules. It’s not like you have to.
It’s funny seeing some people act like kids, basically going “HA! Smogon, you’re WRONG! So there!”
In other news, popularity of night shift jobs plummets.
I will admit until now, I had zero idea what year “sophomore” was supposed to be.
(And why is “junior” the second most senior year this makes zero sense to me)
I’m strangely curious about this “intense training”…
… The fuck did I just read? I almost expected closing quotes and a “this is what Anti-Wikipedians believe”.
What a joke of an article.
I tend to think of pranks as things that don’t have particularly permanent consequences, and that you can sort of laugh off and continue with your life.
Throwing one of your friends into a pool at a party? Prank (I’d like to think you’d still give them a change of clothes though).
Kicking a person in the face and breaking their nose? Not a prank.
Yes, please do. It’ll save me having to use surf like 6 extra times.
I’m… not eating shredded cheese for a while.
There are grammatical mistakes everywhere once you start looking for them.
You really don’t have to worry about them that much.
Back in my day, we just called this “being an idiot”.
Cardboard box… “Phoe”…nix Wright? …
This is Myriam Scuttlebutt’s theme isn’t it?
goes and plays first 3 notes on piano
…It’s Myriam Scuttlebutt’s theme!
“while a fiend played the violin”
I KNEW violins were evil!
And of course, it’s Japanese.
Dammit, I hate it when I wake up in the morning and realise I have a stroke!
This guy’s anime-protagonist-level dense.
It’s an exploit only because it’s not what sniping is “supposed” to be like. It just means instead of aiming and carefully lining up your shot, you run around, scope and twitch your mouse to kill them instantly. It takes practice, but it’s annoying because the enemy is given no time to react. Basically, once mastered it lets you kill people instantly at any range, even close-quarters from behind.
They’ll just have to harvest more. It’ll be like the Matrix, but with sperm!
I need to go outside.