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#10 - Saw this, skipped it. Then came back to down thumb because of … 8 hours ago on Beavis and Butthead 0
#120 - These things are all over Minnesota in the summer 19 hours ago on Meanwhile... +2
#22 - His teeth are ******* PERFECT tho...  [+] (1 new reply) 12/24/2014 on After moving out +5
User avatar #27 - HonkIfIDriveWell (12/24/2014) [-]
Well, I think I read somewhere that semen is a natural teeth whitener.
#96 - >Porn Legend 10/27/2014 on #porngate +2
#9 - Lol, western hog-nose, you can do that to them over and over a…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/22/2014 on playing dead +57
#66 - anonymous (10/22/2014) [-]
eastern hognose and not venomous, just have a strong anticoagulant in there saliva.
User avatar #51 - doctorprofessornv (10/22/2014) [-]
Hognose species are not venomous
User avatar #47 - jouten (10/22/2014) [-]
haha
#40 - anonymous (10/22/2014) [-]
They have fangs but no venom glands. They produce a toxic spit that acts like a bee sting.
#39 - anonymous (10/22/2014) [-]
They don't have venom, their fangs aren't hollow. They produce a mildly toxic spit...that's all. A bite from one has about the same effect as a sting from a wasp.
User avatar #21 - kaylakrusifix (10/22/2014) [-]
if they were dangerously venomous they would not be sold in petstores like Petsmart and Petco. Absolutely gorgeous little guys though.
User avatar #17 - shadowstepone (10/22/2014) [-]
they do bite sometimes, i was bitten once. However, the bites are barely worse than a mosquito bite, slight swelling and itchiness. It's not actually a blood-thickening venom like a rattlesnake, it's a generalized anesthetic that only works on amphibians. All other animals they just eat live, or break their necks.
User avatar #49 - lolzordz (10/22/2014) [-]
so they numb your pain before killing you? daww thats sweet
#22 - i would watch a show/movie based solely on this video 09/02/2014 on YOU ARE A PIRATE +3
#45 - OS X is a Unix based operating system, windows *insert whateve…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/07/2014 on MAC VS PC 0
User avatar #46 - blacksmithgu (08/07/2014) [-]
Unix systems are definitely the preferred OSes for high-load operations like server hosting, but none of that stability is neccessary for the casual users that almost exclusively make up the Mac userbase.

Windows offers a stable platform which is excellent for both power-users and casual users alike, usually at a significantly lower pricetag (as you can build OEM machines). Not to mention the massive application/game selection as compared to other operating systems.

Also, writing programs on Unix is about the same as on Windows - especially if you use cross-platform languages like Java or proper OS-independent libraries if you're using a compiled language like C/C++.
#38 - Have had a PC a few years now and after learning a thing or tw…  [+] (14 new replies) 08/07/2014 on MAC VS PC 0
#49 - skeptical (08/07/2014) [-]
It's not superior, and neither is a pc. The main difference is that a mac is easier to work with and a pc is more flexible if you know what you're doing. It just comes down to preference and need. For general work a mac is better but for any kind of gaming or certain kinds of software requirements a pc is better. That's why I have both.
#166 - cheno (08/08/2014) [-]
"For general work a mac is better"

For general work it wouldn't make a difference if you used a god damn potato...
User avatar #167 - skeptical (08/08/2014) [-]
kek
It's simple and easy to work with for simple shit like word processing and web browsing, and boots and loads everything up in nothing flat
It may not be good for everything but it's sure as hell not good for nothing
#170 - cheno (08/08/2014) [-]
I'm not here to say that it's not good for nothing, all I'm saying is that if you are doing basic work, it doesn't matter what you are using. I just hope that you have better reason for getting a mac than that. If you're doing basic work then you might just be better off saving money while getting a windows laptop (but then you won't as cool in class I guess).
User avatar #177 - skeptical (08/08/2014) [-]
Sure it's expensive as hell, but look at #67 below
I find the ease of use and lack of code bloat to be invaluable when I'm managing as much as I am between three music groups and another part time job
#62 - anonymous (08/07/2014) [-]
macs are easier to work with if you know absolutely nothing about how to use a computer.
User avatar #67 - skeptical (08/07/2014) [-]
I don't know about you but I find it very tasking and time-consuming to deal with code bloat
My last work machine was a windows laptop. It lasted a year and a half before the code bloat rendered it unusable. I fixed it but sold it because I didn't want to deal with that shit again
I'm willing to do it on a gaming and composing machine (music notation on a mac is absolutely horrendous and guaranteed to be expensive as hell) because it isn't put through as much punishment as a work machine (i.e. mainly the same used programs, internal save framework) and so doesn't get nearly as much bloat. Not to mention it feels more worth it since what I do with it is a very satisfying use of my time
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User avatar #53 - mypickinuraxe (08/07/2014) [-]
Thats why I have a Mac that dual-boots to Windows. You get the best of both worlds.
User avatar #54 - skeptical (08/07/2014) [-]
Precisely. Only reason I have two machines instead of that setup is so I can change the hardware to better suit each OS.
#43 - anonymous (08/07/2014) [-]
how is it superior?
User avatar #41 - blacksmithgu (08/07/2014) [-]
What's your reasoning behind Mac OSX's apparent superiority?
#45 - danerdude (08/07/2014) [-]
OS X is a Unix based operating system, windows *insert whatever #" isn't. Unix is superior to windows in that under a high load Unix systems hands down are more stable and perform better than windows based systems. Even writing programs for Unix is easier because any program you write on a Unix based computer can easily be written for Unix & Windows compatibility, while on windows is a lot more difficult if not impossible to write programs for Unix. OS X is pretty much just a fancy looking easy to use skin for Unix.
User avatar #46 - blacksmithgu (08/07/2014) [-]
Unix systems are definitely the preferred OSes for high-load operations like server hosting, but none of that stability is neccessary for the casual users that almost exclusively make up the Mac userbase.

Windows offers a stable platform which is excellent for both power-users and casual users alike, usually at a significantly lower pricetag (as you can build OEM machines). Not to mention the massive application/game selection as compared to other operating systems.

Also, writing programs on Unix is about the same as on Windows - especially if you use cross-platform languages like Java or proper OS-independent libraries if you're using a compiled language like C/C++.
#1613 - **danerdude rolls 188,217,490** 07/02/2014 on highest roll gets yellow... 0
#16 - people complaining about Chicago is a joke, Minneapolis is … 05/22/2014 on The North 0
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