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#4 - turn teh screen upside down :)  [+] (3 replies) 11/05/2011 on Up arrow +2
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#14 - roflstorm (11/06/2011) [-]
then nearly everything will be down
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#11 - acannibalbaby (11/05/2011) [-]
Do a barrel roll
#5 - simonlc (11/05/2011) [-]
#257 - Nope sharing electrons are covalent bonds. themoreyouknow.jpg  [+] (2 replies) 11/04/2011 on Chemistry Troll 0
#269 - anon (11/04/2011) [-]
covalent bonds form with nonmetals, you fuck.
#330 - cshiw (11/05/2011) [-]
leave it to anon to be a retard. never said NaCl was a covalent bond.
#82 - That's why scientists call it a "theory" it can't be…  [+] (3 replies) 10/26/2011 on I'm going to hell for this... 0
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#88 - alphawolffifteen (10/26/2011) [-]
I beg to differ on who can make a better argument. Could a huge explosion resulting in this unfathomably large universe come from a dot? If you see a watch in the desert do you assume it has a creator or it just got there randomly?
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#102 - pineiro (10/26/2011) [-]
faulty logic... your comparison makes little sense. you just said yourself how unfathomably large the universe is. a watch in comparison to a desert is completely the wrong size comparison when comparing earth to the whole fucking universe. and a watch? what? earth and it's inhabitants may be special, but there are plenty of other planets out there. earth in comparison to the universe would be more like finding an oasis in the desert. even that's a poor comparison though...
#153 - Sorry we don't all have rich parents to buy us supercomputers …  [+] (2 replies) 09/30/2011 on Scumbag Battlefield +1
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#275 - archosaurusrev (09/30/2011) [-]
PS3 has more hackers. I know this from experience :L.

If you have the money, it's idiotic to play FPS on consoles if you're only gonna play by yourself, no splitscreen or anything. I guess FunnyJunk is just full of poorfags so I'll get thumbed down.

#175 - icefried (09/30/2011) [-]
Some people actually prefer to play fps games on consoles... cretins.
Also any moderate computer can run any game out right now if you're willing to tone down on the idiotic effects like bloom or motion blur which are annoying as fuck anyway.
And a computer like that costs about as much as a ps3 right now.
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#151 - It didn't crash. It was under maintenance .  [+] (3 replies) 09/30/2011 on Scumbag Battlefield 0
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#179 - Screenshotman (09/30/2011) [-]
Like the PS3, right? It was just under maintenance. Totally wasn't hacked.
#182 - anon (09/30/2011) [-]
Yes, somebody totally hacked the Beta.... wait what? You're retarded.
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#184 - Screenshotman (09/30/2011) [-]
I phrased that wrong, I apologize. I meant like how the PS3 was "under maintenance" when in reality it was hacked. So when the BF3 servers were "under maintenance" they probably DID crash.
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