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  1. ...goes upwards. This stone-age worship site...
  2. The object of the game is to somehow achieve the result of -100 or 100 with a series of equations, but each post may have only one equation. Please keep the equations simple, i.e. 25x1.8. Do not post equations like x times y = 99.628. If the result is achieved with less than five equations, it will be considered invalid. You may only erase the work of one-fourth of the other side in each equation. You may offer tips for solving your equation, but you must also post the answer/result, so the tips are mostly for if you think people might be confused by your equation even though it doesn't violate the rules. Do not argue with people or pretend there is some sort of Number War. Do not have a specific positive and negative team. Avoid doing anything that would upset the moderators. Example: Poster One: 4 times 9. This is 36. Poster Two: 36 plus 4. This is 40. Poster Three: 40 divided by 1.2. This is 33.33. This would continue until -100 or 100 was reached. I will start: 100 minus 100. This is 0 for fairness.
  3. Anything the rules forbid is frowned upon. Anything else will be accepted enough to not be removed. The rules guide us when we cannot see, speak for us when we are mute, and teach us when we are ignorant. The rules must be trusted, for they are our saviors. That was fine because it did not violate the rules, but is still peculiar.
  4. Æhçøp'šñÿ I was showing my family how to type accent marks and ligatures easily and typed a strange jibberish word, which I copied so I could try to figure out how to pronounce it later.
  5. ...is actually slightly melted chocolate. Someone must have liked chocolate a lot before they died. This art museum...
  6. 6/10 You didn't provide any explanation of why it is funny, so you could be lying. Why would you accuse me of being nonhuman? Like you, I am merely a Human who lives in Human-built lodging in a Human community on Earth, where we all live. I vote for Human leaders, eat food invented by Humans, and have Human features such as being bipedal, having two of each sensory organ on my head except for my mouth, not re-growing lost body parts, and being radially symmetrical- I mean not being radially symmetrical. Haha.
  7. To post in this thread, it must be the third Tuesday of a leap year where major environmental policy reforms were made in every country except Singapore, and Singapore must have had fewer than two highrises constructed that year unless China has constructed more than 200, in which case all parts of this rule are void except ones from before the second comma, including this part. However, if no countries in NATO or the EU reduce the size of their nuclear arsenal by at least 25%, it must also be March and the weather in Sacramento must have been rainy for the past week, but this rule does not apply to France.
  8. I started with "I promise not to be a President just for the one percent, but the two percent and the three percent as well." After translating through several random languages, I got: Oercent two percent and three percent, driven by a single president.
  9. 1/10 You denied your status as a Human instead of affirming it! Humans, do you wish to converse in Esperanto, the national language of Earth? I of course am a Human and as such I speak our national language.
  10. In this game, fellow Humans, you must affirm your Human status in a suspicious manner. The next poster will tell you how Human-like you sounded on a scale of 1 to 10 and post their own suspicious affirmation of their Humanity. I will start: 0/10 You failed to exist. Of course I am a Human. What other reason would I have for enjoying ketchup and living on Earth, your homeworld?
  11. Plutarch did indeed enable Norwegian brokers landing downwards. Aiuhga
  12. 9/10 You are everywhere but I never remember what you post.
  13. I have been playing Politics and War for the past few weeks. It's not as fulfilling as Civ or pretending you lead a nation of Kerbals in KSP, but it's still fun. My nation is called Tyupik. Somebody left me in charge of my small alliance a week after I started playing.
  14. I greeted trick-or-treaters in Esperanto this Halloween, and I addressed them all as "Humans." I also told them to have "an enjoyable Halloween in which candy is abundant." In Esperanto.
  15. Civilization VI, the sixth installment in the Civilziation video game series, is now available for everyone who doesn't use Linux, which probably includes you, so if you have it and you've already played an entire game of it, tell us what happened! I played as China on king difficulty. I built as many wonders as I could once I had four cities with moderately good production. Greece declared war on me and I captured Athens, which eventually had enough production to finish late-game units in five turns. They declared war on me again, and I conquered them. I conquered the Scythians and the Spanish after they declared war on me. By that point my empire took up roughly half of my continent. I declared a holy war on Norway and launched a nuclear strike on Nidaros. I won a culture victory because I had 97 tourists coming to see my nation's great works and thirty others seeing the wonders, which was one more tourist than I needed to win, although the row of seven Seaside Resorts on my coast probably helped a bit as well.
  16. The furthest I've ever gotten something was my Duna/Ike probe, Lucid Dreams 3 (or 4?) Before I lost that save to 1.1 I also had two probes on the way to Jool, and a Duna-capable craft with four Kerbals was orbiting Kerbin, awaiting refueling.
  17. I am not pressing the button. Press the button and you will have a 20% chance of instant death, a 40% chance of becoming the leader of a small tropical nation, a 39% chance of no change, and a 1% chance of becoming a Kerbal.
  18. Will you provide a link to the website when it is finished?
  19. Presumably, if you tell you tell the Allies things that history records them knowing, you can safely assume that they knew because of you and there is some kind of paradox. If you tell them things that history does not record them knowing, you will create an alternate timeline.
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