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I started watching NGE, every time I mention it to someone they say that the last two episodes sucked/are memes?
Is it even possible to appreciate all the episodes before it?

pic relevant?
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 No.36

Remember, it's just soap.

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I looked at this tread in August 14th 2018. And again now. What m I? What am I doing? Where is my life going?

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>>129
this would never happen in canon >:(



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 No.1959[Reply]

Where do you see yourself in a year or two?

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Hard to say, but hopefully getting a job a bit more muscle and weight on me. Perhaps even getting a girlfriend or just smoothing the relationship with my relatives, so many things I want to do…

 No.1961

Same as today, I don't think my life will ever change. It's working till death.

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applying to grad school
or
starting grad school



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 No.1964[Reply]

Bune, Bune, Bune!

Wehl Melan Avage Bune Tasa


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drop a comfy webm! show you are all alive!
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 No.1115[Reply]

"Is anyone out there? Over." *kchht*
"Are you guys alive? Over." *kchh*
"Does somebody hear me? Over."
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 No.1934

>>1884
this is a really nice radio. if you're receiving fine but you can't transmit to your local repeater, check to see whether your antenna is properly matched, if the final amp in the radio is still alive (in case you transmitted and the power came back to fry it), and if you're using a directional antenna, make sure you have it pointed the way it's polarization requires.

the airwaves aren't dead at all, it's just harder for a lot of people to hang up a wire and send morse code to someone in Antarctica because of sort of poor sunspot conditions and increased RFI in cities making wideband antennas next to useless for urban amateurs. with all that said, though, you can still do a lot and it's a ton of fun.

this is anon, clear *beep* *kschht*

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>>1934
Oh, yeah there are plenty on the waves, usually they all get on around 7 to 8 ish in my area.

Now that you said that, I'm using a mag mount antenta mounted on a large metal plate. I don't quite remember if I did or not, but I wouldn't be surprised if I keyed it while the anntenta wasn't hooked up. I got my license a few years ago, but never really understood anntentas, guess I'll have to research it a bit more and order some finals.

A better term for my skill set would be an Amateur Amateur Radio operator.

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>>1939
yeah, I feel you. the old dudes around here are always on in the early mornings- not that I'm upset about it. they usually have good things to say about life and technology. young people are out there, but you usually have to find where they hang out in your area. wireless experimentation in general is something that I feel is grossly underrepresented in the making/hacking sphere, it'd be nice if amateur licensing could grow a little.

your mag mount is probably fine. those are good. it might not be a 2m/70cm antenna, maybe just one or the other?

because your kenwood is an all-mode radio, you can do crazy shit like meteor scatter and ft8 on 2 meters. also, packet in general is really interesting and fun. I kind of want to start up a microwave mesh net in my city, but it's a lot to handle. maybe a PBBS would work instead.

sorry for the cringe image related but it made me laugh

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"I'm going to hide this tape when I'm finished. If none of us make it, at least there will be some kind of record. The storm's been hitting us hard now for 48 hours. We still have nothing to go on…One other thing: I think it rips through your clothes when it takes you over. Windows found some shredded and bloody long-johns in the trash but the name tag was missing. They could be anybody's. Nobody…nobody trusts anybody now, and we're all very tired… there's nothing more I can do, just wait…this is R.J. Anon, helicopter pilot, US outpost #76." *kchht*

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>>1943
Sorry for the late reply. Yeah, I'll look into it all,
maybe I do have the wrong antenna, like I said
I'm not very good, and I totallyrelate with your
first paragraph, and hope to get out soon to meet
up with a club. (pandemic permitting).

I liked the image.
Shortwave and chill



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 No.37[Reply]

Anime sucks prove me wrong
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>>128
lurk before posting or go back

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>>128
It's just one guy with anger management issues.

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>>131
Aren't we all?

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>>133
Don't deign to speak for me!

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>>131
probably


he's not wrong though



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ITT: Places you wish you were at right now.
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 No.249

>>54
I'd love to walk through Akiba in the 80s/90s before everything turned into Anime and maid cafe's. Like walking through the actual "Electric City".

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>>249
Such nice times are not going to come back no matter how much we wish, fren.

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>>249
It would've been amazing to experience Japan during the bubble economy.

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>>244
This looks actually comfy, is this probably somewhere in USA?

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 No.1006[Reply]

Share your GIMP artworks (glitch-art, collage, effects, …)
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 No.1042

>>1040
Euh, a text editor (>>1036),
a programming language,
other art software,
the physical realm (>>1041),
et cetera, et cetera.

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>>1039
My guess is that it's supposed to be a thread about image manipulation art, rather than the type of from-scratch art that you'd make with something like krita, or a pseudo-2D plane of tree flesh. OP probably specified GIMP because it tends to be a go-to image editing program for a lot of people, and it's honestly become the norm to needlessly specify tools when talking about doing a thing (like how if someone wants you to look something up, they'll tell you to "google it," despite not actually having any vested interest in which search engine you use).

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>>1043

Okay, since you think image manipulation art is generally welcome, i'll post mine.

>become the norm to needlessly specify

FYI, this is known as semantic broadening & probably as old as language itself.
I didn't realize GIMP was popular enough to be used like this though.



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 No.88[Reply]

What are some good anime that were made in the last few years, i feel that all the series i loved are about to be 10 to 15 years old now and i don't want to be *that* guy
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>>91
know nothing about it
tower of god seems ok

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>>91
I found that ToG didn't live up to the manga, tbh.

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I'm currently watching Demon Lord in the academy one.

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>>114
I've found it to be kind of stale since the MC has forced introduced weakness though, I suppose that can be expected from such anime.

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>>115
So it's meh, then.



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Does anyone here still use a CRT?
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>>252
Cool! What's that figure in the blue dress?

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>>253
Alice from Shin Megami Tensei.

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I use one as my 2nd monitor. It was my family's first monitor, and it still works pretty well. 1280x1024 at 60hz, but i run it at a lower resolution to get 75hz out of it.
I don't use it as a main monitor because I enjoy the sharpness of my 1080p 60hz asus monitor. On my main, my sharpness is at 90/100.

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I have 1 or 2, but unfortunately I can't use them because no VGA on computer :^(

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>>6
no why would i use that



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Is there anything worth watching on PeerTube?

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I found this channel that has videos about Guix and Scheme: https://video.hardlimit.com/video-channels/the_gnu_guy/videos

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The FSFE has a PeerTube channel: https://peertube.social/accounts/fsfe/

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>>316

Bumping for interest, since I never found anything worth while myself. I do appreciate the service however. The additions in this thread so far seem interesting.

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Looks like the people at Framasoft realized how hard it is to find anything on PeerTube and made a semi-curated search engine for it: https://sepiasearch.org/
Announcement: https://framablog.org/2020/09/22/sepia-search-our-search-engine-to-promote-peertube/



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 No.1955[Reply]

All glories to Lord Bune, the Duke! I praise his name, Bune!

Wehl Melan Avage Bune Tasa

 No.1957

What this sing means is this a meme the kid talks about

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real life SMT



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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4r3y31Mvtc

Sewerslvt made lots of lain related stuff in general, worth checking out if you havent.

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 No.382[Reply]

If Curry–Howard correspondence is true and proofs are programs, why don't software engineers just write proofs instead of programs? That we they wouldn't have to worry about proving their programs correct since they would be already proofs.

 No.389

I'm glad u asked.

>why don't software engineers just write proofs instead of programs

Well, technically, they do write proofs, since programs are the same thing.
The things is, they usually prove something like:
"given integers x,y, either floor(x/y) is an integer or RuntimeException".

I guess are asking why their proofs almost always prove this extra " or RuntimeException" (and actually there are usually more such terms).
The reason is just that it's easier to not be as precise, at least with the current technology.
For example, if i can use (int)( x*(x+2)/2 ) without having to prove that x*(x+2)/2 is an integer.

There are some languages whose programs really are proofs (e.g. Coq),
but they are more difficult to read and write, have less access to libraries, etc.

I think there should be a way to write safe, yet readable and efficient code,
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 No.390

>>389
That's not entirely correct. What you describe is the typechecking, which is equivalent to the correctness check of a proof. But the statement that the proof proves is not this, but the type itself. If your proof is "floor(x/y)", what it proves is that if you can construct two integers, then you can construct an "integer or RuntimeException".

It's easier if we put it in a method. The following three methods have the same type and therefore prove the same statement:

int nonsense(int x, int y) throws RuntimeException {
return floor(x/y);
}
int nonsense2(int x, int y) throws RuntimeException {
return 0;
}
int nonsense3(int x, int y) throws RuntimeException {
throw new RuntimeException();
}

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>>390

>That's not entirely correct.

What i should've said is that, in hypothetical a program,
the expression floor(x/y) proves that, given integers x,y, either you can make an integer or throw a RuntimeException.

>throws RuntimeException

In every Java declaration,
there is an implicit RuntimeException,
since they can be thrown anywhere without declaration,
so any method's return type should be considered a union of the stated type with a RunTimeException throw.

> return bullshit(x);

I guess we should add an "infinite execution" to all our RuntimeException terms.
You could also return null,
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Hey, I'm making an archive of strange sites like angusnicneven.com and superbad.com. Show me what you got, Wirechan.

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http://wwwwwwwww.jodi.org/ falls under your criterion, I believe.

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How many sites are in your archive I wonder?

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>>31
Somewhere around 4

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