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Kazseppi

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Date Signed Up:8/07/2010
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#149 - Normally they put water in the bucket so the mice drown  [+] (9 replies) 12/01/2016 on Trapped +2
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#245 - wilburn (12/01/2016) [-]
yeah, but just for the sake of being nice, a little cooking oil goes a long way, just a nice wipe down and they wont get out and be alive
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#193 - kurusudarling (12/01/2016) [-]
could put alot fo spikes or needle like things, like the classic dead fall
#231 - anon (12/01/2016) [-]
Messier to clean up
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#250 - kurusudarling (12/01/2016) [-]
just turn the bucket upside down and shake? its not like the spikes are barbed
#240 - anon (12/01/2016) [-]
>cleaning up
>not leaving the corpses as a warning message to others
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#284 - lazysans (12/01/2016) [-]
how the fuck will it work if the rats play dark souls?
#153 - eatdirt (12/01/2016) [-]
they*
#152 - eatdirt (12/01/2016) [-]
soap water so the slip and drown maybe?
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#156 - Kazseppi (12/01/2016) [-]
They can't jump out of the water like they can an empty bucket. But I imagine soapy water would make it harder for that superhero mouse that could maybe do it.
#44 - My account is 11 years old...this is all I have to show for it…  [+] (4 replies) 11/29/2016 on Runescape Comp 11 +1
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#63 - Eiza (11/29/2016) [-]
Well based on the stats it's obvious what the problem is: Agility is the only skill tedious enough to satisfy your masochism.
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#65 - Kazseppi (11/29/2016) [-]
Lol yeah. I like the whole concept. Like I love Mirror's Edge too and such. Plus the untrimmed agility cape is one of the rarest capes in the game so that's cool, got that keepsaked. And as a joke my friend said I should get 120 agility before I get another 99 so that's what's happening.
#58 - xjester (11/29/2016) [-]
it entirely depends on what motivates you, i had almost a 2k total before reaching any 99, Then a internal tick of wanting all my skills to be 80+ then 90+ then said fuck it mind aswell go finish them all up and got them all to 99, Then divination came out and i lost all drive to want to continue playing, but you take breaks not Rage quit selling ur bank giving shit away and thinking you'll never come back.. runescape owns a fragment of your soul and their is no 100% known way of gaining it back, few have escaped.
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#46 - QuestionMarks (11/29/2016) [-]
you're doing better than me and i'm almost at the 15 year mark (i don't play much anymore)
#14 - Ah ha. They're not including the whole deal. Gotcha.  [+] (3 replies) 11/26/2016 on Neil deGrasse Based Science... +1
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#15 - limberlarry (11/26/2016) [-]
Yeah thats my only point. Its a massively oversimplified way of looking at things and isnt actually that helpful
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#29 - popeflatus (11/27/2016) [-]
The Simpsons  Perpetual Motion Machine Can't beat thermodynamics, buddy.
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#30 - limberlarry (11/27/2016) [-]
Completely missing the point, but sure
#12 - So are you saying that you won't lose weight if you burn more …  [+] (12 replies) 11/26/2016 on Neil deGrasse Based Science... +5
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#18 - amuzen (11/26/2016) [-]
It would kind of be like someone saying that the entire field of physics can be explained as just 'every action has an opposite and equal reaction' and saying the conversation ends there. Like yeah sure that's technically true but that is far from the bottom line.
#16 - smudgiemuffins (11/26/2016) [-]
To elaborate on limberlarry's comment to the best of my ability:

You probably will, but not as a direct consequence. When we say a food has X calories, what we really mean is something more like "after metabolized, the body will be able to convert X calories of the chemical potential energy of the food into useful energy." That's a mouthful, hence the shorthand.

"Useful" is vague. There's no "pure" energy your body can convert food into. The closest thing to that is forming ATP, but it doesn't immediately and constantly do that. Rather, you various reserves from which you body can draw to complete their functions. Carbohydrates, for example, are a more immediate form of energy. When you sprint, this is what you're burning. Fats are a more energy dense, long term form. Hard for the body to metabolize, but great if you're out in a cold forest camping for a few days.

Counting calories works because fats are so energy dense. Say you opt for 500 calorie salad instead of the 1000 calorie burger. The burger has a higher calorie count specifically because it contains so much fat, so you chose the less fatty meal. But even if you had 2000 calories worth of salad and your friend(with a similar metabolism) ate 2000 calories of burger every day for a couple weeks, your friend would end up fatter.
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#13 - limberlarry (11/26/2016) [-]
Of course you will. But its almost impossible to actually burn more calories than you consume, since a lot of the food energy you eat comes out in your crap or goes to feeding your gut flora

The point is that "calories in vs calories out" while true in principle, is far from the entire story when it comes to nutrition and weightloss
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#24 - popeflatus (11/26/2016) [-]
"But its almost impossible to actually burn more calories than you consume"

So what happens if I eat nothing for 3 days and walk 500 miles? And 500 more? sorry.
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#25 - limberlarry (11/26/2016) [-]
Then obviously you will be burning more than you consume. But this is horrible and not exactly good for you and certainly not something you could do indefinitely
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#26 - popeflatus (11/27/2016) [-]
That's besides the point entirely. You said it was impossible but I just showed you how simple it was to burn more than you consume. And not eating for 3 days really isn't that bad for you.

www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2012/07/24/3549931.htm
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#28 - limberlarry (11/27/2016) [-]
Ugh I meant >> 15
#27 - limberlarry has deleted their comment.
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#14 - Kazseppi (11/26/2016) [-]
Ah ha. They're not including the whole deal. Gotcha.
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#15 - limberlarry (11/26/2016) [-]
Yeah thats my only point. Its a massively oversimplified way of looking at things and isnt actually that helpful
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#29 - popeflatus (11/27/2016) [-]
The Simpsons  Perpetual Motion Machine Can't beat thermodynamics, buddy.
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#30 - limberlarry (11/27/2016) [-]
Completely missing the point, but sure
#18 - Why would you customize your character so hard in an entirely …  [+] (2 replies) 11/26/2016 on Skyrim 0
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#22 - gloriousthighs (11/26/2016) [-]
because unlike you some people actually enjoy fun
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#23 - Kazseppi (11/26/2016) [-]
I had fun with Skyrim, absolutely 0 of the fun came from what my character looked like.
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