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Karlolin ✭✭✭✭✭

"If you can't figure shit out by fucking around you don't belong near computers." ~ Sollux, de-quirked

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  • DoomlordKravoka
    2:36AM
    • TheKnifer
      TheKnifer
      i see 2 copy/pastes.
    • Karlolin
      Karlolin
      That's not how you Polandball.
  • "If you can't figure shit out by fucking around you don't belong near computers." ~ Sollux, de-quirked
    March 8
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    March 7
  • Darkу
    I've gotta say, you actually are a great artist, I like what you've drawn so far, its actually nice to look at.

    For example your new avatar, I like it!
    March 3
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    March 3
  • Apparently something happened last Friday here in Sweden, according to Trump.
    And we still don't know what he's talking about.
    "What has he been smoking?" ~ Swedish politician Carl Bildt
    February 19
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    February 16
    • Maniklas
      Maniklas
      Wait.....
      Isn't that a swedish flag?
      Are you from sweden?
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    February 11


  • Is Shinjuku station a station or a whole district by itself?
    February 11
    • Chisako
      Chisako
      From what I can find, Shinjuku is part of Tokyo, which again Shinjuku-Station is only a part of. It's worth reading about this on Wikipedia.
      Shinjuku and Shinjuku-Station both have their own page there. When you look it up, it's worth to read about "Special wards of Tokyo" as well, as it explains a bit about Tokyo's structure.
    • Darkу
      Darkу
      of course you would look this up and like to read about it, chisy :P
  • Just had homemade pizza.

    It was awesomely good.
    February 10
  • February 5
  • dt200
    Can you make a new titles of dashnet thread or let me make one?
    February 3
    • TheKnifer
      TheKnifer
      Why isn't the current titles of dashnet good enough? Also you can't make new discussions
    • Karlolin
      Karlolin
      nah
    • dt200
      dt200
      There isn't a current one.
  • I want to see a standoff between Siiva, MrMrMANGO and the canwc music team.
    February 2
  • The use of and some facts "information" about different temperature scales:

    Celsius - Used by every normal person. Freezing point of water is 0 °C, boiling point of water is 100 °C.
    Kelvin - Used by scientists. Uses the grading of Celsius but shifts the 0 to absolute zero, which is about -273 °C, and therefore 273 °K is close to the freezing point of water.
    Fahrenheit - Used by the USA, Belize, Jamaica and a few other islands as well. The last temperature scale for common use that isn't Celsius. C'mon, just give up already.
    Rankine - Used by patriotic 'Murican scientists. A crossbreed between Kelvin and Fahrenheit that uses the grading of Fahrenheit but has the 0 set to absolute zero.
    Rømer - An attempt by the Danish to make sure that the prophesied Celsius scale would have failed to gain any attention, since everybody would use Rømer. Used by nobody ever.
    (more to come)
    January 30
    • idc
      idc
      I hadn't even heard of Rømer. :p
    • Karlolin
      Karlolin
      Just wait - there's more.

      Newton - Proposed temperature scale by Isaac Newton. Y'know, the guy why did physics and stuff? Used by nobody ever.
      Delisle - Was used by Russians for nearly 100 years. The scale is "inverted" so that negative values represent warmer temperature and positive values represent colder temperature, which would be fitting for the Siberian climate.
      Réaumur - Once widely used in Germany, France and Russia, now used for Italian and Swiss cheese production and Dutch sugar syrup cooking.

      Sources: Wikipedia, myself
    • Agubhagu
      Agubhagu
      i use kelvin. i just think it's cooler than celsius. no offense, most of the world.
    • Karlolin
      Karlolin
      goddamn scientist
    • TheKnifer
      TheKnifer
      I have never heard of american scientists using anything other than kelvin or Celsius.
    • Jarr2003
      Jarr2003
      Yeah, most American scientists use the metric system and celsius instead of the countries "official" measurements.
    • dt200
      dt200
      I use Fahrenheit.
    • MasterSparky
      MasterSparky
      Don't forget the Planck temperature scale.
    • TheKnifer
      TheKnifer
      MS is going to be the one scientist using planck.
  • http://imgur.com/a/B8B42

    god deem it hussy
    January 30
  • January 29
  • DoomlordKravoka
    You'd think that months of spotless behavior warrant getting rid of the badge of shame.
    January 27
    • TheKnifer
      TheKnifer
      He will be permanently punished for trying to be more of a skrub than MasterSparky.
    • Chisako
      Chisako
      thanks for bringing this to my attention. after reviewing his account, i can agree, the shame badge shouldn't be there anymore. be aware though, it can come back as quickly.

      anyways. keep it up, K.
    • Uiomancant
      Uiomancant
      Grats on losing your wiener!
    • Karlolin
      Karlolin
      welp alright