Every day I wake up to two new jojo follows.
>You can try, Xi, but you won't take me.
Another autism thread I see
>Where do you think we are, etc etc
I don't know why it's so fun to mess with shit
>Maybe it's his always-angry tone, maybe it's the typos, but it's too tempting.
In best arguments section: all of space crime
High quality seagull models
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You have to go inside the whale and remove the fluffy thing giving him a stomachache
"they should call you dr. mario" -whale
Hmm, now I want to design a structure capable of regulating heat through passive exchange. Maybe something that can open up and close an external isolating/reflective wall layer to control how much heat it takes.
That's a concept of it. The outer layer opens in a flower pattern, operated by actuators on the outside. The lower level with the main living room is below ground level to take advantage of the ground's cold as well as retain the cooler air, and the entrance is below floor level with a staircase to prevent cool air from escaping as easily when entering or leaving. The water cistern under the floor also serves to cool down the structure. The inner walls are painted black to soak up sun rays and raise the structure's temperature, while the outer layers are white/reflective on the outside and have a thick layer of isolating material. There's a fan with a hatch on the top to quickly cool the whole building by blowing the hot air up during the night, or quickly heat it by sucking in hot air during the day. The fan hatch can also be used as an exit in case the lower door gets blocked by a sandstorm or something. The egg-shape of the building makes it resistant to wind and sand blowing against it.
>Ideally people let in cool air in the early morning as they leave the house to do the day's activities, then return as the sun nears its zenith and the desert becomes too hot to have the main meal of the day and rest in the cool air trapped in the morning. In the late afternoon when the sun starts to go down, the outer layer is opened to expose the inner walls that will soak up light to heat up the air inside, while the inhabitants again go outside to make use of the temperate hours. Once the sun sets and temperature starts to drop, the outer layer is closed again to trap the heat in, and at night the inhabitants sleep in the highest level where the heat is better held. The cycle is repeated the next morning.
>I'd have to look at it in a more detailed manner, but maybe the outer walls could be used to collect water by condensation at specific times of the day taking advantage of the thermal difference between the inside and the outside.
>cc since I got the idea from the desert city bit.
I'd buy 5 more of those if I could still find them.
I wonder if n64 roms could be modified for hyperHD textures, since running on an emulator the machine has basically unlimited resources
Paper Luigi when
Paper Mario TTYD gave use a really good plot for a Paper Luigi game but unfortunately we never got to play it
There's always time! who knows if they'll decide to do it. Just a shame it'll come out on $currentconsole and I'll have to buy one for it
Even without immortality though I'm sure I can make it to 126 considering people in my family are nearing 90 now with current year medicine
with the levels of stress i've been under for years and my sleep schedule, i'd be surprised to reach 70
Fair, stress and lack of proper sleep can do a lot to screw with health. I'm not usually one to get stressed and rarely have any health issues so I think I'll make it just fine, our generation is the first to have chances to make it well past 100.
100 years from now I hope to casually go through my old files and find unfinished game saves to finish
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At over 100 you probably wouldn't have time for a full game so half done save games would work perfectly
>But then again you have to tell people it took you 100 years to win one game of Metal Gear Solid on normal
I'd rightly fuck with those speedrunning types, none of them could beat my record of longest time to beat that game.
I wonder if I still have paper mario on this computer
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Not at all, that game is amazing from the start. I started over back then because I remembered the first chapters being really good.
I'm saying this mostly because I recommended Paper Mario to some people but had to tell them to go past the first chapters since they found it rather slow.
>Personally I've enjoyed all of the game myself minus one chapter in mid-game that I found not as good as the others
Maybe they're not really the rpg type. Paper mario is fairly active even early on when compared to actual slow games.
>It's just that the setting and characters are so good that it doesn't need to advance a lot to be fun.
My favourite part is Camilla's wiggly helm horns
I have just been informed that Vermont senator Sanders is in critical condition following a freak accident involving black ice and a 18 wheeler as the dear senator attempted to ignite car at the side of the road, unwilling to leave a fellow man to his luck despite the cold and his advanced age.
oh dear, what happened in the accident
The truck's wheels lost grip due to the ice, causing the vehicle to lose control and crash against the car, trapping senator Sanders under the hood as he attempted to connect the stranded car's battery to his own car's, where he was repeatedly hit against the engine and electrocuted. Please pray for his recovery.
It's 7:23am and I think I'm going to eat chocolate pudding
update: pudding is very good
On one hand I dislike a lot of the idiocy of Christian dogma and how it puts God above humanity, when I believe humanity should strive to virtue above that of God, and see itself through achievement as the highest rung in the natural hierarchy.
>On the other hand I can't help but want the church to pull itself together as it has been the only institution that has managed to create a common identity across the western world that isn't self-destructive, and the bulk of humanity is way too stupid to understand the need for organization and common values without someone telling them "god will punish you if you don't"
The main difference is that late sailing ships could keep up cruising speed 24/7 even during the night as most of the crew rested, while classic era ships required most of the crew to actively work to move at a decent speed.