My latest social experiment
Whenever someone in my proximity asks a question that’s answered with a thing(s), like What[…]? (What shall we have for dinner?), Did something[…]? (Did something happen?), I’ll answer (without even knowing what they are talking about) with “Everything”.
Results: The rate of annoyance has been increasing at a higher than linear rate. What once appeared to be near 0, has been increasing with each successive use beyond the delta of the 2 previous cases.
Conclusion: Further experimentation is needed. We need to find the limit of this method, and test it’s uses for more specific purposes than general chaos.
Water, Carbon, Ammonia, Lime, Phosphorous, Salt, Saltpeter, Sulfur, Fluorine, Iron, Silicon, and trace amounts of 15 other elements.
I can do it.
I’m going to make myself a girlfriend using alchemy.
YOU CAN’T TRANSMUTE A HUMAN WITH AN ORANGE AND A PACKET OF CHIK-FIL-A RANCH DRESSING
well with that attitude you cant
I’m with you bro…. worst that can happen is that I see the ‘truth’
Slender experiment (1 1/2 week later) Continued from this.
The pages in the middle are the same: Rain tore it apart, with only the edges that were pasted with tape remaining, and the rest, becoming a disgusting mass of wet paper.
Top and bottom remained perfectly in place. Fortunately, this are the most visible.
The rest (5 out of 8)…. missing completely.
Yet another use of this wondrous natural instrument
Just cause I’m an awesoem guy:
Yes, it says awesoem.
A really good article about networking for video game design. Just cause I’ve seen a pair of video game dev wannabes in my follow.
Networking is VITAL to your multiplayer games (massive or not), and that article is just the entry one for more from the same author. And believe me, I’ve had a good share of reading about it, so this one is among the top. Networking is the difference between lag or no lag.
I might be posting more stuff like this in the future depending on how tumblr takes it.