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#311081 (22/26) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<~LexPro> #foreveralone unable to join channel (channel is full)
<~LexPro> IRONY
#310842 (12/14) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<maime> That means nothing to a card carrying makeup whore.
<TheEnigma> You carry a card that says "Makeup Whore" on it?
<maime> No but I like to call myself a card carrying makeup whore when the occassion arises.
<maime> Its difficult to explain.
<TheEnigma> Like right now, for instance.
<maime> Exactly
#307194 (22/54) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<+Becky_> when I was like 10 or something I went on the internet to like a HTML chatroom on yahoo
<+Becky_> some guy had the nickname "blink182fan"
<+Becky_> I said to him that the blink tag sucks because it's not supported by all browsers
#306556 (25/43) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<Strife89> Mother of fuck, Sintel has a 4k render.
<Strife89> Place your bets now: will my best computer be able to play this video?
<Ayen> Is a terrible explosion a possibility? If so, I'd go for that.
<Strife89> Ayen: Probably won't happen literally, but I'm betting on framerates below 1 FPS
<Ayen> I wish programs would show you fractional framerates when under 1
<Strife89> I wish they never had to.
<bildramer> lol
<Ayen> "Hah, you're rendering 1/8th of a frame per second"
<bildramer> I always found ms/f better than f/s
<Strife89> "You fail at hardware rendering FOREVER"
<Strife89> "Go get some new hardware, cheap bastard."
<Ayen> if I were programming something, I'd want to have the framerate counter display something like "Pitifully low" instead of >1
<Strife89> Ayen: For that, you might as well throw in a "umad?" or a trollface.
<Ayen> it'd be best if it was in some ridiculously small and simple program that shouldn't ever go below 100 fps or something.
<Strife89> glxgears, maybe
<Ayen> hah, the messages would rotate. "Are you running this on your Apple II?"
<Ayen> "Windows 95 is a bit out of date, by the way."
<Strife89> *snickers*
#305889 (30/52) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
Jello_Raptor converts RebeccaRGB to a more print frindly color system
=-= RebeccaRGB is now known as RebeccaCMYK
#304473 (28/54) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
< gordonjcp> oh deary me, someone has emailed me asking for advice on running a MUD under ax25d
< gordonjcp> yeah
< gordonjcp> 'cos individually, MUDs and packet radio aren't geeky enough by themselves
Comment: #scotlug
#303357 (16/44) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
tanuki: [URL of photo gallery]
tanuki: thoughts?
stabnburn: why is that creepy fat lady grabbing that kids boobs
tanuki: lolwut
... time passes ...
tanuki: stabnburn: Okay, I figured out WTF you're talking about.
tanuki: "that creepy fat lady" is my mother.
tanuki: And the kid is my nephew.
stabnburn: so um.  YOUR MOM
stabnburn: hahaa ahaaaahahaha hahahaahahaaaaa
jedrek: stabs has been waiting for like 4 years for this
tanuki: You fail humor forever.
#302466 (7/17) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<@Rjx> find out if she wants to bang, then bang her
<@Rjx> that should've been moses's commandments
#300860 (47/85) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<spigwitmerdicks> so i had this cool dream where i was in the hospital in a body cast and could only communicate with pen & paper, which for some reason i drew a dick on a paper that i gave back to a nurse.  a bunch of a nurses and doctors then gathered around it puzzled by the possible interpretations of what i wanted while i just laughed my ass off cause i just felt like drawing a fucking dick
#300619 (23/41) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<sandm> if there are any tools to analyze memory leaks etc?
<_habnabit> valgrind.
<delimax> valgrind
<Chris> valgrind!!
<sandm> thanx all for answers....
<Chris> you're welcome, it helps to get different answers from different points of view.
#243632 (16/32) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<Praz> man, listening to this brings back so few memories
<Praz> mainly just the one, same memory of me sitting in front of a computer but just different applications running on the screen
#205516 (18/42) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<oktommy> pop culture is getting more and mroe popular
#307664 (23/39) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<Crescens2k> well, there are some h-manga artists who think you can fit arms, legs and penises the size of your arm in there without any problem, so why not a horses head
#307282 (25/39) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<&Tiggerz> i wish i could go trick-or-treating again
<&Bakamoichigei> Grab some kid off the street and tell them you'll give them a halloween costume and take them trick or treating if they split the candy with you.
<&Bakamoichigei> There's an alternate, more legal, version of this plan...but it takes like 6 years.
#311374 (27/35) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<RIDDL3R> Does anyone know which page in the Bible it explains how to turn water into wine?Comment: #4chan on Dalnet
#310956 (21/27) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<samantha> these recruiters are getting clever
<samantha> Subj: Disco Party??
<samantha> me: I love disco parties
<samantha> *open email* Hi Samantha, We're looking for a bada$$ front end engineer
<samantha> I WAS TRICKED
#306094 (38/66) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
yaoi_prophet: i see a red node and i want it painted black
yaoi_prophet: no children any more, i want it to turn black
yaoi_prophet: i see inserts go by, no matter how many nodes within
yaoi_prophet: i know that my tree's max height is bounded O(log n)
Comment: #cobol
#304174 (35/61) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<Spance> "Certainly Java got a lot right - its used by 10 million developers."
<\> are you arguing that malaria isn't successful?
#309478 (25/103) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<Moon_Doggy> thankfully the little red lines keep me from sounding drunk
#296053 (20/36) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<Takuja> how to get field from some row of sql qury?
<Takuja> if query got 10 row, how to get fiels from row[3] exampl
<MaximusBrood> You must invert the polarity first.
<Takuja> mi eanglish is bad. whai is polarity?
<MaximusBrood> It must be inverted.
<Takuja> whith nexrow() ?
<MaximusBrood> No, I'm just fucking around with you.
<Takuja> fucking - this is a function ?
#310173 (20/26) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<ais523> then running repeatedly until you get the right sequence of random numbers
<ais523> and just completely ignoring the input
<cpressey> some people live their entire lives this way, i reckon
#309615 (19/27) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
#309144 (25/45) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<myself> Heh. I'm reminded now, of fetching the entire sysinternals suite, and then wanting to run them ALL so I could click through the infernal EULA on each one and not be bothered with it again
<myself> for %a in (*.exe) do %a
<myself> ^^^^ comedy
<c0nsumer> myself: there's another way
<myself> nah that worked, it just brought the machine to its knees for about 20 seconds :)
<c0nsumer> myself: HKCU\Software\Sysinternals\Process Monitor|EulaAccepted REG_DWORD 0x1
<c0nsumer> lather, rinse, repeat
<c0nsumer> export ...\Sysinternals.\...,, strip out eveyrthing but those EULA lines
<myself> Oh man, so I could just save a .reg and import it again on each machine I bring the tools to
<c0nsumer> import the .reg file elsewhere
<c0nsumer> exactly
<myself> yesss
Comment: Useful advice, in my QDB? It's more likely than you think.
#304727 (23/45) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
<nickals> there was a phase in the 70's in florida when AC was getting really popular and energy costs were rising that they were building all the buildings here without any windows at all
<nickals> lol
<nickals> thank god i dont live in one of those houses
<nickals> they are always so dark n cave like
<nexu> dude
<nexu> i thought u hated windows
#302544 (11/19) ↑Good ↓Awful ⚐Flag
< shortcircuit> So there's an anime channel I hang out in, with a bot named toobparts. Toobparts is little more than a multi-stage chatbot that will try various means of saying something pseudorelevant to ambient discussion. (Markov is its last-ditch effort.)
< shortcircuit> Somehow, one of the newbies is convinced toobparts is not a bot, and knows where to download anime. Hilarity ensues.
< shortcircuit> I don't know if toober is passing the turing test, or if the newbie is failing it.
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