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cakefaceify

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Gender: male
Age: 20
Youtube Channel: Caekfaceify
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Video Games Played: Errything
Interests: Gaming, Smoking, Partying, Socialising
Date Signed Up:6/05/2011
Last Login:7/03/2015
Location:Falmouth Cornwall
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Stoner studying business in rainy Cornwall, it is what it is.

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#120 - Aye it's a horrible thing that people, especially girls, are r… 12/21/2014 on "actually happened" +1
#119 - It's difficult to say. The parents themselves weren't nearly a… 12/21/2014 on "actually happened" +1
#56 - The rest might not have accessed it but they did have the powe… 12/21/2014 on Kuvira 0
#52 - "Before we bent the elements we bent the energy within ou…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/21/2014 on Kuvira -1
#55 - nazicard (12/21/2014) [-]
that's wrong. the deus ex machina lion turtle granted the power to aang, and he taught it to korra. the rest hadn't learnt it.
User avatar #56 - cakefaceify (12/21/2014) [-]
The rest might not have accessed it but they did have the power to do it. Rava is the one with the power to energybend the avatar is just a conduit for it. Spirits are capable of energybending in the spirit world, it predates all other forms of bending and the knowledge for it was lost until the last lionturtle gave Aang the knowledge
#36 - >Dating 9/10 Iranian >Traditional family - strictly …  [+] (7 new replies) 12/21/2014 on "actually happened" +92
User avatar #92 - trollyando (12/21/2014) [-]
a friend of mine was in a similar situation. The issue were the uncles, this girl had no father since the family disapproved that the mother was in a relationship with someone who wasnt part of the religion.

Once they found out, the mother defended my friend. My friend saw them beat up both his girlfriend and mother, after he stood up to defend them he got kicked out of the house.

It's a fucking shame bullshit like this still exists
User avatar #120 - cakefaceify (12/21/2014) [-]
Aye it's a horrible thing that people, especially girls, are restricted in this way. I found the whole thing tragic from the start.. I did stay with her for another two years after that though and had a few really good times with her parents, they were good people, just from another world I guess. It's tough
User avatar #91 - becauseoprahsaidso (12/21/2014) [-]
Do you think he would've stabbed her if he found out you two fucked? Iranians are fucking crazy I guess.
User avatar #119 - cakefaceify (12/21/2014) [-]
It's difficult to say. The parents themselves weren't nearly as bad as the stereotype suggests. They were both doctors and extremely smart individuals, very rational as well. They were however very influenced by the rest of the family. The issue wasn't so much the parents, but I think them worrying what the rest of the family back in Iran would think of the whole thing. I do find it kind of funny and horrifying at the same time that I have had sex with her on the same table they were doing the questioning over though
#87 - John Cena (12/21/2014) [-]
how did she react to the knife thing though?

were the parents chillbros after?
User avatar #121 - cakefaceify (12/21/2014) [-]
She was fucking terrified and with good reason of course, so was I. I didn't even hear from her for a few days after that until I saw her in school, normally we would've talked every day all the time basically, but yeah didn't see her until ran into each other in school and it was the craziest thing, never seen someone so scared before, it was heartbreaking tbh. I did whatever I could to help
#66 - John Cena (12/21/2014) [-]
u look realy thin in that pic of u nice job
#66 - Supposedly yes, it's all over for good this time. so… 12/21/2014 on (untitled) 0
#91 - I was merely stating that the technology for mind controlled l…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/21/2014 on The future is now +1
#92 - angelusprimus (12/21/2014) [-]
You are right.
#22 - 2003, the year that chimps were trained to control a robotic a…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/20/2014 on The future is now -2
#29 - angelusprimus (12/20/2014) [-]
And you should learn difference between first generation product and a lab prototype before you start shitting on other people on internet.
User avatar #91 - cakefaceify (12/21/2014) [-]
I was merely stating that the technology for mind controlled limbs has been done before in reply to anon's comment. He stated they were in their own category, they aren't. Nothing in this comment had anything to do with this being the first generation product or not. Your other comment - good rebuttal, I accept it and thumbed it up.
#92 - angelusprimus (12/21/2014) [-]
You are right.
#21 - Picture 12/20/2014 on Oh Shit +4
#19 - First Generation?... U 4 real? Bionics have been around for a …  [+] (6 new replies) 12/20/2014 on The future is now 0
#28 - angelusprimus (12/20/2014) [-]
Individual technologies have been around a long time, yes. But integrated and scaled for mass production like this is, not even close.
First steam engine that was produced on a steady level, and commercially available, was Newcomen's. Even though some appeared nearly 100 years earlier but were not efficient and simple enough to be commercially built.
This is the first generation, everything before this were small scale prototypes.
#20 - John Cena (12/20/2014) [-]
These arms can be controlled by his mind..

These aren't normal, they are their own category.
User avatar #22 - cakefaceify (12/20/2014) [-]
2003, the year that chimps were trained to control a robotic arm using only their brain. Do some research before you spout shit on the internet.
www.ted.com/talks/miguel_nicolelis_a_monkey_that_controls_a_robot_with_its_thoughts_no_really?language=en sauce
#29 - angelusprimus (12/20/2014) [-]
And you should learn difference between first generation product and a lab prototype before you start shitting on other people on internet.
User avatar #91 - cakefaceify (12/21/2014) [-]
I was merely stating that the technology for mind controlled limbs has been done before in reply to anon's comment. He stated they were in their own category, they aren't. Nothing in this comment had anything to do with this being the first generation product or not. Your other comment - good rebuttal, I accept it and thumbed it up.
#92 - angelusprimus (12/21/2014) [-]
You are right.
#22 - End times 4 coming out soon.. Leaks heavily suggest a huge Hor… 12/20/2014 on Evolution of Appealing to... 0
#50 - It's a ship, big deal, can we stop getting so butthurt over a … 12/20/2014 on Roku´s wisdom +1
#15 - That never happened. 12/18/2014 on This would have been better +5
#139 - You are welcome random internet user. 12/18/2014 on Animal Behavior 0
#42 - Something something true love something 12/18/2014 on Anon doesn't want to get... +6
#13 - As a business student and entrepreneur I find this incredibly … 12/18/2014 on This is why I picked... +4
#83 - I'm terrified of ducks now 12/18/2014 on Animal Behavior +2
#81 - There are also some "interesting" dicks out the…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/18/2014 on Animal Behavior +1
#138 - John Cena (12/18/2014) [-]
I went a tangent for like an hour, it was immensely entertaining. Thank you.
#139 - cakefaceify (12/18/2014) [-]
You are welcome random internet user.
#82 - themanhodge (12/18/2014) [-]
To think, god declared shrimps to be abominations while these fucks existed.
User avatar #83 - cakefaceify (12/18/2014) [-]
I'm terrified of ducks now
#153 - I never actually mentioned the rewriting bit in my original co… 12/14/2014 on Pope Francis 0
#152 - No matter what we model it after the danger is still there. Th…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/14/2014 on Pope Francis 0
User avatar #153 - cakefaceify (12/14/2014) [-]
I never actually mentioned the rewriting bit in my original comment sorry, but yeah, a true AI would have the potential ability of rewriting itself which is pretty much the reason it's so risky. A truly self-aware computer means that it can control every aspect of itself, something that the human brain can't even come remotely close to.
#139 - AI is a touchy subject matter. While no we don't know that the…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/13/2014 on Pope Francis 0
#147 - apurpleliger (12/13/2014) [-]
If we could model AI after human brains they probably would share human compassion. Not definitely, but it'd be our safest bet.
User avatar #152 - cakefaceify (12/14/2014) [-]
No matter what we model it after the danger is still there. The problem I mentioned of an AI potentially being able to rewrite it's own code is still prevalent. In order to make an AI we would need such an incredible supercomputer it would be able to think millions of times faster and with more complexity than a human brain. If we limited the abilities of it there's no saying that it wouldn't remove those limitations within seconds. The danger is and always will be there if it is a true AI, anything less will be a VI, which is so so so much safer.
User avatar #153 - cakefaceify (12/14/2014) [-]
I never actually mentioned the rewriting bit in my original comment sorry, but yeah, a true AI would have the potential ability of rewriting itself which is pretty much the reason it's so risky. A truly self-aware computer means that it can control every aspect of itself, something that the human brain can't even come remotely close to.
#176 - Dude I only ever go grocery shopping while high, I find things…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/11/2014 on That High Comp +2
#204 - drewjitsu (12/11/2014) [-]
I did that once (a friend drove me there) and encountered two problems, in order: Bought everything that caught my attention, which was everything brightly colored that looked good. Ate all of it.

"Hmm, this is okay but i don't think i'd do buy it again"
friend - "dude that's a sponge."
hyperbole
#38 - MY ANUS IS BLEEDING 12/10/2014 on You see Ivan when up push... 0
#10 - When I think about it you're right, ankles still bear the weig…  [+] (5 new replies) 12/09/2014 on You see Ivan when up push... 0
User avatar #11 - pavwo (12/09/2014) [-]
that's right. ankles will take some strain, but it's calf's and thighs that do most of the job
User avatar #12 - tkfourtwoone (12/09/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure the abdomen must be crazy strong too.
User avatar #14 - pavwo (12/09/2014) [-]
in a way, yes. legs pull the body up and lower it down, while abs hold the body straight.
#33 - John Cena (12/10/2014) [-]
Wouldn't it be his lower back mostly? Muscles generally pull, not push.
User avatar #37 - pavwo (12/10/2014) [-]
muscles ONLY pull. never push. back muscles however, just like abdomen are responsible for holding the body straight, and help you twist. stand up straight, bend down and up, and you'll find that your back muscle ineed pull you up, but that is your upper body that it pulls up. in the case of this GIF, legs do vast majority of the work
#7 - I'm more inclined to think that the hand round his back is hol…  [+] (9 new replies) 12/09/2014 on You see Ivan when up push... +2
User avatar #32 - Aristizle (12/10/2014) [-]
Wow, blast from the past. It has been YEARS since i've seen this.
User avatar #38 - cakefaceify (12/10/2014) [-]
MY ANUS IS BLEEDING
User avatar #9 - pavwo (12/09/2014) [-]
not really the ankles, but more like calfs and thighs
User avatar #10 - cakefaceify (12/09/2014) [-]
When I think about it you're right, ankles still bear the weight but I guess with some decent high topped boots you should be ok
User avatar #11 - pavwo (12/09/2014) [-]
that's right. ankles will take some strain, but it's calf's and thighs that do most of the job
User avatar #12 - tkfourtwoone (12/09/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure the abdomen must be crazy strong too.
User avatar #14 - pavwo (12/09/2014) [-]
in a way, yes. legs pull the body up and lower it down, while abs hold the body straight.
#33 - John Cena (12/10/2014) [-]
Wouldn't it be his lower back mostly? Muscles generally pull, not push.
User avatar #37 - pavwo (12/10/2014) [-]
muscles ONLY pull. never push. back muscles however, just like abdomen are responsible for holding the body straight, and help you twist. stand up straight, bend down and up, and you'll find that your back muscle ineed pull you up, but that is your upper body that it pulls up. in the case of this GIF, legs do vast majority of the work

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User avatar #1 - izrail (01/05/2012) [-]
i was first :)
User avatar #2 to #1 - cakefaceify (01/05/2012) [-]
So you were, never ever used friends or anything on FJ, bit alien to me :)
Now go on, get that precious sleep ^^
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