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Old 14th April 2013, 08:43 PM
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Obviously you remember me, or you would not be taking advantage of my forced instincts to reply to questions, answer things etc. even if it makes me go off-topic the forum XD

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do i know you? what was your old display name?
How should I pick?

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btw hell damn ass aren't swears. maybe ass..
Hell and Damn surely are swears, but IDK about ass, since a few bibles use that word from time to time.

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Edit - according to our encounters on Previous threads. You are ...iconoclast. Right?
Whoever that is, it sure wasn't the name I had when we were socializing.

Where did you find that? Google Maps?

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Hmmm living under a new name and picture. Hmmm...you must hate your old life
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ... hm I probably changed my name on this forum about fifteen times, most likely a little more than that.

Though that pales in comparison to the number of times I changed my forum picture here.
(Edit, according to my avatar entry in the db I changed my avatar 70 times on this board lmao)

And you think I had only 1 old life?
Don't take the Internet so serious! We're not reborn when we change pictures/names, just lacking in self-entertainment.


Merge double posts.
Move all the threads to the correct forum.
Make a rule thread in every forum.
Sticky several help threads nobody reads.
etc.

That was the kind of shit that was going on when zilmar was not the only moderator here.
It stirred up drama like crazy.

Now that zilmar is the only moderator here, the forum seems much more relaxed.
People who think every forum needs the lead of a social chain of moderators, take the Internet way too serious.
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Old 14th April 2013, 08:54 PM
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the things you say are very different from what you used to say. you used to be cool. i hate you now.

so... you're supposed to be a pro coder. what comercial projects you working on? you going to be credited on assassin's creed 4?
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Old 14th April 2013, 09:13 PM
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No commercial projects.
I have never before been paid to program anything, except my very first job when I had just turned 14.

But, being paid by someone, doesn't necessarily mean people know what they really want.
My dad gets paid to program stuff every time, and he has to deal with way more shit than I do as far as personal problems go.


I basically make all the things nobody likes.
* teacher-student finite geometry teaching multimedia
* a triangle solver that teaches itself to think like a human and use arcs, segments, other measures
* iterative solver to play perfect games of Nim every time (you get 15 objects, whoever has to take away the last one loses)
* chess notations parser and transliteration
* deliberate, inconveniently interfaced console apps that most people won't figure out
* I could go on listing all the academic stuff that benefit me and nobody else making it.
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Old 14th April 2013, 09:33 PM
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Just as I suspected. I have no idea what you just said

Anyway it was nice to catchup (even though you claim you ain't icono and have met in a parallel universe)

Unlike you who has way too much forum time, I have to watch wreck it Ralph for the 10th time. That thing is awesome. Who knew Disney could make great movies?!?
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Old 14th April 2013, 09:46 PM
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lulz

on-topic +1

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Anyway it was nice to catchup (even though you claim you ain't icono and have met in a parallel universe)
Eh, some people call it a "lie by omission", even though it's not really a lie, but I think it's more like just being an ass.
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Old 15th April 2013, 12:13 PM
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and take the toolbar trash off. when did the project stoop so low? i'm ashamed of being part of a project that tricks the dumb into installing garbage.

edit - how do you decipher minidumps with wordpad/notepad?

my last bsod, was simple.

this one says ati/hd audio/norton/bowser.sys/usb etc

i've created a mario.sys to tackle bowser.sys just in case that's the culprit.

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Old 15th April 2013, 09:54 PM
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this one says ati/hd audio/norton/bowser.sys/usb etc
Faulty hardware,

the jabo 1.7 bsod is specific to win32k.sys
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Old 15th April 2013, 10:35 PM
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and take the toolbar trash off. when did the project stoop so low? i'm ashamed of being part of a project that tricks the dumb into installing garbage.

edit - how do you decipher minidumps with wordpad/notepad?

my last bsod, was simple.

this one says ati/hd audio/norton/bowser.sys/usb etc

i've created a mario.sys to tackle bowser.sys just in case that's the culprit.
No toolbar was installed when I ran it, so....
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No toolbar was installed when I ran it, so....
That's because you actually told it not to install unlike him XD
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No commercial projects.
I have never before been paid to program anything, except my very first job when I had just turned 14.

But, being paid by someone, doesn't necessarily mean people know what they really want.
My dad gets paid to program stuff every time, and he has to deal with way more shit than I do as far as personal problems go.

I basically make all the things nobody likes.
* teacher-student finite geometry teaching multimedia
* a triangle solver that teaches itself to think like a human and use arcs, segments, other measures
* iterative solver to play perfect games of Nim every time (you get 15 objects, whoever has to take away the last one loses)
* chess notations parser and transliteration
* deliberate, inconveniently interfaced console apps that most people won't figure out
* I could go on listing all the academic stuff that benefit me and nobody else making it.
I feel bad for you Mr. Cat :"(.
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