Joined Aug 22, 2010 at 10:03PM EDT
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Hi I’m Tyler.
I love the internet, and I’m proud to say I grew up in it’s generation.
Besides that I enjoy manga and anime to a certain extent, foreign language (ESPECIALLY SPANISH!), Science, electricity, chemistry, and whatever you call the study of the internet.
If I had to pick a favorite meme, it would probably be DERP.
Beyond that, Calvin and Hobbes was one of the more profound comic strips.
I mean, sure, it had juvenile humor, but a lot of the stuff was pretty profound.
^Proof of concept.
It was pretty much obligatory…
When I first saw the title I though I saw “Internet paraphernalia” and thought they would talk about old parallel ports and dial up modems or some shit…
….I was mistaken…
I think the problem lies within the evidence of parody, and mutation. It’s not that there isn’t any, but the evidence that does exist is weak. That is to say, yes one video does have a lot of views, but the others by comparison are relatively low. One video does not a meme make. The other thing is that memes usually show evidence of spread to other sites.
I think at this point, the only thing you can do is continue to update it with more videos, and wait. Spread takes time.
I will say though, that you’ve put forth the greatest effort of any brand new member on a meme that I’ve seen so far. For that I commend you.
This is really a tough decision because the number of views on one of the videos is almost 900k. So for me, it’s on the line.
And again, you’re doing everything right. Maybe a few more details on the videos and in time, this may be reviewed once more.
Let’s pretend for a second that you’re actually trying to post a relevant event. EVEN IF YOU WERE, I can’t understand in the slightest what’s going on in that picture.
Honestly, why don’t people just inform companies that submit a DMCA notice that there is this thing called the streisand effect?
It’s very well documented, and if they don’t believe it, they’re idiots.
Or are we keeping it hushed for the lulz? Because either way is fine with me. :)
That’s terrible! Chemicals like cisplatin are very good chemothereputic agents.Why would we want them to die?
… Anyone? Chemistry jokes?
No? Ok, I’ll stop now.
Even as a democrat myself, that’s simply not true. They’re both bad, and the entire election since the creation of the party system has been an election of what we consider the lesser of two evils. I’d prefer it if we had no parties.
What’s worse is the fact that we’re supposed to be the “role model for the rest of the world” when we can’t even keep our own people happy and healthy. Our health care costs on average $8,233 per capita. That puts us in 1st for most expensive healthcare. The country in second place(Norway, according to the OECD) is almost $3,000 dollars less.
It would be funny, if it weren’t so sad…
Homosexual behavior exists in over 1,500 different species.
Homophobia exists in only one.
There’s a sculpture at Grand Valley State University that they’re debating taking down because students are imitating Miley on it.
Chemistry is important because not knowing it gives you great potential to look like a complete asshat.
Additionally, (and I’m not saying this is the case with what you said, but it’s worth mentioning:) not all 1 TB HDDs are created equal. You have to pay attention to the speed and cache size as well, as they can make a huge difference in performance.
It probably would have been better to get it from amazon, but I’d have to pay additional shipping then too, because I was already ordering other things as well.
Amazon didn’t have the RAM I needed, so I had to go elsewhere.
You can still get a small one to use as a separate drive. I load my OS off of a normal HDD, but I load large programs off of a separate “high speed” drive. (It’s not an SSD, but the theory still stands)
SSDs are particularly good to load steam off of. Games load really fast, and if something goes wrong, all you need to do is reinstall steam. Smaller SSDs (like, 128 GB or so) are usually much more affordable.
Did I mention they’re expensive? Because that’s important. The best price I can find on a 1 TB SSD is $650. You can get a 1 TB HDD at a decent speed for around $95.
I don’t know about samsung in particular, but SSDs themselves are blazing fast. My friend has one that he uses as his C:/ drive. From the time he pushes the power button to the time he can enter his password only spans about 3.5 seconds. It’s stupid fast.
What they fail to mention in the commecial though is that SSDs have limited lives. They only have a certain number of “read and write” cycles before they stop working entirely. That usually translates to around 8 years of life, but reformatting the drive, or reinstalling an OS depreciates that time greatly.
tl;dr they’re fast, but you need to be ultra careful with what you do with them.