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Tazdingo

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Gender: male
Age: 21
Video Games Played: DotA and all of it's bastard children
Date Signed Up:2/03/2010
Last Login:3/31/2015
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Been on the internet since i was just 6 years old and been on funnyjunk since 2007 with an account made only in 2010

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#7 - Hurrr math is harrrd school suxxxxxx 06/22/2014 on Things I never learned in... 0
#5 - Yeah, vengeance for Sul'Jin! 06/21/2014 on How to make programmers cringe 0
#3 - This doesn't make me cringe, it seems like an interesting chal…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/21/2014 on How to make programmers cringe 0
User avatar #4 - whiplasher (06/21/2014) [-]
It would run lightning fast, come to think of it. But it would be incredibly challenging.

Btw, your usename comes from Warcraft 3's Troll Headhunter? That Dota 2 avatar also makes me think so.
User avatar #5 - Tazdingo (06/21/2014) [-]
Yeah, vengeance for Sul'Jin!
#49 - Shouln't they use a Roman legionnaire and an American soldier … 06/21/2014 on Overpaid Athletes 0
#35 - As opposed to XBOX Live?  [+] (1 new reply) 06/19/2014 on Item 60 +6
#146 - anonymous (06/20/2014) [-]
did i ever say their community isn't shit
#24 - Haha, just like in the Hitlerjugend! 06/19/2014 on Americans +2
#44 - Who do you think is gonna lay all those dinosaur eggs? Chicken… 06/18/2014 on fin +1
#51 - It's harsher on you in many ways. The first thing you…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/18/2014 on Shots fired +8
#55 - bluemagebrilly (06/18/2014) [-]
Couldn't have explained it better myself, Taz. Also, I greatly enjoy that .gif, haha.
User avatar #54 - meganinja (06/18/2014) [-]
wow. Sounds awesome. Do the graphics suck or something? There's gotta be a catch.
#190 - justanotherblablab (06/18/2014) [-]
Very, very steep learning curve.
#64 - anonymous (06/18/2014) [-]
the graphics are shown in that gif, and nah theyre pretty good
User avatar #63 - zzRedzz (06/18/2014) [-]
Nah, the game looks pretty good
#26 - Why don't you have any, OP? 06/14/2014 on Yeah i feel lonely 0
#86 - Then it would mean there is a way to reach beyond death, and t… 06/14/2014 on Can you feel it? 0
#61 - You see, guys? Incinerating babies was perfectly justified. 06/10/2014 on Motherfucker so free +2
#35 - Sweden's multicultural and tolerant policies are steadily subm… 06/10/2014 on Artificial Swedener 0
#24 - Oh wow, that's ****** up. 06/05/2014 on Black science man at it again +4
#18 - Well that, of course. Wait, it's taught in science cl…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/05/2014 on Black science man at it again 0
#23 - keroberios (06/05/2014) [-]
Generally speaking, yes. When you start to hover around the evolution phase of science teachers tend to go one of two ways.
First: The non religious; "Alright, so I am required by the school board to offer you an alternative view to this so here we go. Once upon a time there was a man in the sky. He then clapped his hands and made everything, including people and animals. The end. Now, moving on to the chemical bonds in DNA involving-"
Second: The religious; "Well in the beginning god- *Gives you the gist of the first testament for the next week.*"
User avatar #24 - Tazdingo (06/05/2014) [-]
Oh wow, that's fucked up.
#19 - alexanderh (06/05/2014) [-]
Apparently it is, at least in America.
#15 - I fully agree with what black science man is trying to say, bu…  [+] (11 new replies) 06/05/2014 on Black science man at it again -44
#43 - billycakes (06/05/2014) [-]
His point was science in science class. Not get everything not science out of school. So Art can be in Art classes.
User avatar #25 - didactus (06/05/2014) [-]
Language? not a science? WTH happened with linguistics?
User avatar #175 - nicoquitemad (06/06/2014) [-]
Language isn't science though, if we define science as proving how things work through observation of quantitative data sets of occurrences or the often more preferable experiments.

After a couple of years studying languages followed by scientific studies, I'd say that Languages are like Matrices in math, the study of a man made tool which does not occur out of pure logic.
User avatar #178 - didactus (06/06/2014) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linguistics
"Linguistics is the scientific[1] study of language"
No?
User avatar #179 - nicoquitemad (06/06/2014) [-]
Yes, "In an older and closely related meaning, "science" also refers to a body of knowledge itself, of the type that can be rationally explained and reliably applied.", however one could argue to define science, not as a body of knowledge, but the methods. When is language studies linguistics? Because I can't call a beginner's Spanish class scientific.
User avatar #176 - nicoquitemad (06/06/2014) [-]
Though yes, languages are required to explain science, and art is decent for further explaining things simply.
#17 - popeflatus (06/05/2014) [-]
It invalidates their inclusion in a science class though.
User avatar #18 - Tazdingo (06/05/2014) [-]
Well that, of course.

Wait, it's taught in science class? What?
#23 - keroberios (06/05/2014) [-]
Generally speaking, yes. When you start to hover around the evolution phase of science teachers tend to go one of two ways.
First: The non religious; "Alright, so I am required by the school board to offer you an alternative view to this so here we go. Once upon a time there was a man in the sky. He then clapped his hands and made everything, including people and animals. The end. Now, moving on to the chemical bonds in DNA involving-"
Second: The religious; "Well in the beginning god- *Gives you the gist of the first testament for the next week.*"
User avatar #24 - Tazdingo (06/05/2014) [-]
Oh wow, that's fucked up.
#19 - alexanderh (06/05/2014) [-]
Apparently it is, at least in America.
#16 - Aw **** , when I read that they did it for the glory of … 06/03/2014 on Awaiting possible media... +131
#16 - Oh m8, don't get overhyped about the multiplayer, it's a Ubisoft game.  [+] (1 new reply) 06/01/2014 on That's not how explosive... 0
User avatar #17 - nekubakeneko (06/01/2014) [-]
Well, that just sealed it. Setting sail!
#14 - yar har fiddle dee dee...  [+] (3 new replies) 06/01/2014 on That's not how explosive... 0
User avatar #15 - nekubakeneko (06/01/2014) [-]
Being a pirate is all that you need if you'd enjoy Singleplayer only.
User avatar #16 - Tazdingo (06/01/2014) [-]
Oh m8, don't get overhyped about the multiplayer, it's a Ubisoft game.
User avatar #17 - nekubakeneko (06/01/2014) [-]
Well, that just sealed it. Setting sail!
#63 - Picture 05/26/2014 on Korean couples 0
#10 - #1 and #2 citation needed. 05/23/2014 on Brain Damaging Habits 0
#56 - Of course, this was never brought into question. 05/23/2014 on Science Comp!!! -1
#40 - "Getting to the equilibrium point makes you magically los…  [+] (17 new replies) 05/23/2014 on Science Comp!!! +88
User avatar #194 - retardedboss (05/23/2014) [-]
User avatar #177 - demandred (05/23/2014) [-]
"since air resistance doesn't exist, you'd travel all the way to china in another 21 minutes and 6 seconds"
User avatar #161 - DrewRSmith (05/23/2014) [-]
No, but you won't make it out the other side. You'd get stupidly close, but ultimately fall back to the center. Wonder what the hell would happen there though. I really can't see someone just floating perfectly still. Think he'd spazz out and get pulled/pushed into a minute sphere?
User avatar #54 - psykobear (05/23/2014) [-]
Momentum does top out, though, so he wouldn't keep gaining momentum as you fall faster and faster. Yet, you would immediately begin to lose momentum upon crossing the center. So, part way past the center to the other side (I have no idea how far), you would reverse direction and go back toward the center, repeating the process a few times before coming to a rest in the center.
User avatar #105 - megashot (05/23/2014) [-]
not counting momentum lost by deceleration of the air, you would theoretically (in a vaccum) get past the core of the earth and start to decelerate by the opposing gravitaion until you stop exactly at the other side of the hole, then you would start to fall again in a repetetive process
User avatar #227 - psykobear (05/24/2014) [-]
But there is terminal velocity, which you would certainly reach long before you got near the core, right?
User avatar #228 - megashot (05/24/2014) [-]
not if there is no air resistance
User avatar #230 - psykobear (05/25/2014) [-]
But there is air within earth's atmosphere, and almost certainly some kind of gas where air is not present.
User avatar #231 - megashot (05/25/2014) [-]
and i quote ''theoretically''
User avatar #232 - psykobear (05/25/2014) [-]
Then it's irrelevant, as we know that a hole through the Earth is not a vacuum.
#121 - rdobet (05/23/2014) [-]
Well, in a vacuum, parts of you may make it to the center.
User avatar #128 - lifesavers (05/23/2014) [-]
Sorry to break the science to you, but people don't explode in a vacuum; your skin is airtight. You'll bloat up like an elephant though and you'll die from restricted oxygen flow to the brain. Unless you're wearing a compressive suit, then you'll die from the fact the there's, like, no air.
#137 - rdobet (05/23/2014) [-]
On another topic, where do you live in La? :V
User avatar #138 - lifesavers (05/23/2014) [-]
Technically, the metals in the earth's core aren't very emissive, so solving for Q in the Stefan-Boltzmann equation would only give you bad third degree burns depending on the circumference of the hole. So you'd reach it intact, perhaps not alive, but that only applies to vacuums, though. That block of text was more for my amusement than anything else, sorry. Anyways, I live in Baton Rouge. Why, do you live around here?
#139 - rdobet (05/23/2014) [-]
I was more going for weakened skin and excited gas within your body. I for some reason forgot humans have orifices. That might be a first for me. kek

Anyway, I used to live in BR for college until last year. :T
Down in Metairie now.
#136 - rdobet (05/23/2014) [-]
If you're just going out into the void of space sure. In this example however we're heading straight for the core of the earth which is known for it's beach weather and tropical resorts.
User avatar #56 - Tazdingo (05/23/2014) [-]
Of course, this was never brought into question.
#14 - Laina, stop, please 05/19/2014 on Overly Attached Mother +11
#116 - Then don't expect drivers to slow down instead of steamrolling…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/19/2014 on F The Police +1
User avatar #264 - poordutchguy (05/19/2014) [-]
Where did I say the biker is forced to obstruct anyone? The police officer fined him for being in the wrong lane. Never did I or this clip state he was obstructing anyone. You know how small a bike is, if you pass an object cars can easily move 20-30 cm. This is coming from someone that bicycles a lot and drives a lot. I know how annoying bikers can be but the world isn't black and white. You can cycle around obstacles without obstructing anyone. Giving a ticket for such an occurrence is just fining because the rules and not because of the reason that rule is created.
#2 - It's almost as if things change with time. 05/19/2014 on The Struggle Is Real -1

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#4 - jonnyfrosty (03/09/2015) [-]
Tazdingo, mon
Tazdingo, mon
User avatar #3 - adunsaveme (09/29/2014) [-]
TAZDINGOOOO

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