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#96 - I'm not sure why this story is suddenly everywhere. The paper …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/27/2015 on NASA may have accidentally... -2
#121 - I dunno. It's like saying if an F-22 raptor crash landed in yo…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/21/2015 on lana's ttitties 0
#123 - mastercolossus (04/21/2015) [-]
an f-22 raptor is like spun glass. not a flying fortress like the star destroyer is. in order for the star destroyer to be beyond repair it would need to have a severely broken keel. even with a bent or only cracked keel it could be saved. as far as software goes you remember how r2d2 was able to access it all and operate systems just by connecting? the software in a star destroyer is designed for simplicity and modularity. meaning it was designed to be surrounded by tons of foot soldiers to keep anyone from screwing with it. and military design of our world cannot be compared with theirs. in our military there is only one main set of engines in a destroyer. its done that way to maximize potential speed and efficiency. if they get taken out its dead in the water with nothing as backup because it can be towed to a shipyard for repairs. in space you dont have that luxury. it needs to work or everyone dies.
#49 - Well, I don't know if you've ever seen anybody try to repair a…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/21/2015 on lana's ttitties +1
#50 - mastercolossus (04/21/2015) [-]
you arent quite understanding what happens when a ship of that size crashes. another thing is that durasteel is extremely resilient. and the fact that the bridge hasnt collapsed and there are no obvious keel ruptures on the outside means it was shot down in low altitude. the level of redundancy in a ship like that means that half if not most of the systems have survived. the ship could have kept flying it was just a matter of rerouting power probably. and you would only need a few mini flying droids with diagnostic tools and maybe a welder and one more sophisticated droid like a clone wars engineer droideka(i think thats how its spelled) all that comes to less than 125k in credits. not that much really. as for parts replacement you could just take out a few subsystems that werent working and turn them into parts to pay for it. in the end though it probably could still fly if you reroute power effectively and then just repair conduits.
User avatar #80 - rapterjesus (04/21/2015) [-]
I would reckon, given the scale and complexity of it, that if there was even the slightest damage to the Hypermatter reactor, you might be in over your head. Hell the thing is so big it protrudes from the bottom of the ship! And I wouldn't be surprised if reactors of that scale really do need the shipyard capabilities of a place like Kuat. And I highly doubt that any backup power system would be strong enough to repulse the ship off the ground. In a stable orbit, backup systems could easily keep the ship functioning, but a stationary grounded ship of that size would require an absolutely immense amount of power to get off the ground (hence why they are built in space).

TLR Hypermatter reactor or bust. Probably too hard to repair yourself, so bust.
#96 - mastercolossus (04/21/2015) [-]
you do realize it vents fuel if it becomes unable to operate safely right? and the thing has enough backup reactors and generators to power it to make it level and turn it into a fortress like i wanted. and besides i could just rent out the residential sections to tourists.
#121 - novus (04/21/2015) [-]
I dunno. It's like saying if an F-22 raptor crash landed in your backyard that, given enough time, you could make it fly again. Even if there aren't major structural problems, the knowledge of the systems and how to operate/repair them are guarded military knowledge. You, as someone with a shed full of normal tools, would probably not be able to "given enough time" it back into the air. Plus it's all flown electronically, so if the software is damaged in any way you're also rebuilding the software from scratch somehow. I can't even imagine how interconnected the software would have to be on something as massive as a star destroyer. Even if most of it is stored in the bridge, can you imagine the problems you'd have if it detects several systems and their corresponding computers are completely destroyed? I bet it has safeties so that you couldn't even initialize a launch if certain systems are offline. And there's no manual on how to fix it or reprogram it, because it's military property; a military that doesn't even exist anymore.
#123 - mastercolossus (04/21/2015) [-]
an f-22 raptor is like spun glass. not a flying fortress like the star destroyer is. in order for the star destroyer to be beyond repair it would need to have a severely broken keel. even with a bent or only cracked keel it could be saved. as far as software goes you remember how r2d2 was able to access it all and operate systems just by connecting? the software in a star destroyer is designed for simplicity and modularity. meaning it was designed to be surrounded by tons of foot soldiers to keep anyone from screwing with it. and military design of our world cannot be compared with theirs. in our military there is only one main set of engines in a destroyer. its done that way to maximize potential speed and efficiency. if they get taken out its dead in the water with nothing as backup because it can be towed to a shipyard for repairs. in space you dont have that luxury. it needs to work or everyone dies.
#47 - Riiiight. Complicated subsystems aside, even correcting the st…  [+] (9 new replies) 04/21/2015 on lana's ttitties +9
#84 - fefe (04/21/2015) [-]
especially getting it back into space
#74 - fefe (04/21/2015) [-]
then again, making her fly shouldnt be the goal. if any auxiliary reactors are still producing power, they could theoretically power any remaining turbolaser/ion cannons.
#48 - mastercolossus (04/21/2015) [-]
get generators going. activate repulsors. level the ship.all while getting droids to get subsystems going. doesnt need to go into space just need to get enough power for shields and correcting its positioning so i can have me a fortress of awesome. after a few years of tlc i might be able to bring it up to speed enough to go into space but i would just want to be able to say i live inside a star destroyer.
#49 - novus (04/21/2015) [-]
Well, I don't know if you've ever seen anybody try to repair a car after a really major accident, but it just doesn't work like that usually. The gap between "crashed ship" and "get generators going" could be so monumental it would be a showstopper right there. What if it's destroyed? Are these droids you speak of doing all the technical work? Where are you getting money to replace systems on a capital ship?

And I don't mean to shit on your dreams at all, this is fantasy of course, and having a star destroyer fort would be awesome! But if you've got advanced droids that are capable of rebuilding entire ships, and the money to buy capital ship subsystems, you are obviously a well-off individual capable of running a shipyard. I say turn the star destroyer into scrap and make an awesome functional ship.
#50 - mastercolossus (04/21/2015) [-]
you arent quite understanding what happens when a ship of that size crashes. another thing is that durasteel is extremely resilient. and the fact that the bridge hasnt collapsed and there are no obvious keel ruptures on the outside means it was shot down in low altitude. the level of redundancy in a ship like that means that half if not most of the systems have survived. the ship could have kept flying it was just a matter of rerouting power probably. and you would only need a few mini flying droids with diagnostic tools and maybe a welder and one more sophisticated droid like a clone wars engineer droideka(i think thats how its spelled) all that comes to less than 125k in credits. not that much really. as for parts replacement you could just take out a few subsystems that werent working and turn them into parts to pay for it. in the end though it probably could still fly if you reroute power effectively and then just repair conduits.
User avatar #80 - rapterjesus (04/21/2015) [-]
I would reckon, given the scale and complexity of it, that if there was even the slightest damage to the Hypermatter reactor, you might be in over your head. Hell the thing is so big it protrudes from the bottom of the ship! And I wouldn't be surprised if reactors of that scale really do need the shipyard capabilities of a place like Kuat. And I highly doubt that any backup power system would be strong enough to repulse the ship off the ground. In a stable orbit, backup systems could easily keep the ship functioning, but a stationary grounded ship of that size would require an absolutely immense amount of power to get off the ground (hence why they are built in space).

TLR Hypermatter reactor or bust. Probably too hard to repair yourself, so bust.
#96 - mastercolossus (04/21/2015) [-]
you do realize it vents fuel if it becomes unable to operate safely right? and the thing has enough backup reactors and generators to power it to make it level and turn it into a fortress like i wanted. and besides i could just rent out the residential sections to tourists.
#121 - novus (04/21/2015) [-]
I dunno. It's like saying if an F-22 raptor crash landed in your backyard that, given enough time, you could make it fly again. Even if there aren't major structural problems, the knowledge of the systems and how to operate/repair them are guarded military knowledge. You, as someone with a shed full of normal tools, would probably not be able to "given enough time" it back into the air. Plus it's all flown electronically, so if the software is damaged in any way you're also rebuilding the software from scratch somehow. I can't even imagine how interconnected the software would have to be on something as massive as a star destroyer. Even if most of it is stored in the bridge, can you imagine the problems you'd have if it detects several systems and their corresponding computers are completely destroyed? I bet it has safeties so that you couldn't even initialize a launch if certain systems are offline. And there's no manual on how to fix it or reprogram it, because it's military property; a military that doesn't even exist anymore.
#123 - mastercolossus (04/21/2015) [-]
an f-22 raptor is like spun glass. not a flying fortress like the star destroyer is. in order for the star destroyer to be beyond repair it would need to have a severely broken keel. even with a bent or only cracked keel it could be saved. as far as software goes you remember how r2d2 was able to access it all and operate systems just by connecting? the software in a star destroyer is designed for simplicity and modularity. meaning it was designed to be surrounded by tons of foot soldiers to keep anyone from screwing with it. and military design of our world cannot be compared with theirs. in our military there is only one main set of engines in a destroyer. its done that way to maximize potential speed and efficiency. if they get taken out its dead in the water with nothing as backup because it can be towed to a shipyard for repairs. in space you dont have that luxury. it needs to work or everyone dies.
#193 - Socialists =/= Communists 04/15/2015 on Truth +1
#94 - Mm, good one. Case closed 03/29/2015 on Anal -1
#92 - Do you like this game? I don't think you understand it. You j…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/28/2015 on Anal 0
User avatar #93 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
No, I didn't. You're a fucking retard and probably also a virgin. Kthxbai
#94 - novus (03/29/2015) [-]
Mm, good one. Case closed
#68 - Provide me reliable documentation about armpit sex being as pl…  [+] (8 new replies) 03/28/2015 on Anal +1
User avatar #70 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
Provide me with reliable documentation that shows that anal sex (for the female) is as pleasurable as normal sex physically (not as a fetish, but physically) and I'll follow your rabbit trail.

Reliable documentation. I'll wait.

I like this game.
User avatar #69 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erogenous_zone#Head

You have erogenous zones all over your body.

Just because your asshole can be an erogenous zone, doesn't mean that anal sex is actually some secret treasure trove of pleasure.

Anal sex will feel great for the guy, and at most, erotic for the girl.
#92 - novus (03/28/2015) [-]
Do you like this game? I don't think you understand it. You just provided all of the documentation right there to prove that anal sex is physically pleasurable for the receiver; because it is an erogenous zone.

We're not talking about the taboo nature of it, or fetishes, it is the physical sexual pleasure directly derived from stimulating nerve endings, which anal sex satisfies.
User avatar #93 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
No, I didn't. You're a fucking retard and probably also a virgin. Kthxbai
#94 - novus (03/29/2015) [-]
Mm, good one. Case closed
#75 - fefe (03/28/2015) [-]
**anonymous used "*roll picture*"**
**anonymous rolled image** Please stop posting. Pic hopefully related.
User avatar #88 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
I'm impressed
#86 - anoverusedname (03/28/2015) [-]
Dat.
Fucking.
Roll.
Is completely NSFW
#60 - "The anus has a relatively high concentration of nerve en…  [+] (10 new replies) 03/28/2015 on Anal +2
User avatar #61 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
So can your fucking armpits. Jesus, you're retarded.
#68 - novus (03/28/2015) [-]
Provide me reliable documentation about armpit sex being as pleasurable as normal sex physically (not as a fetish, but physically) and I'll follow this rabbit trail. Otherwise, you're just being purposefully contrary and I'll consider this case closed.
User avatar #70 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
Provide me with reliable documentation that shows that anal sex (for the female) is as pleasurable as normal sex physically (not as a fetish, but physically) and I'll follow your rabbit trail.

Reliable documentation. I'll wait.

I like this game.
User avatar #69 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erogenous_zone#Head

You have erogenous zones all over your body.

Just because your asshole can be an erogenous zone, doesn't mean that anal sex is actually some secret treasure trove of pleasure.

Anal sex will feel great for the guy, and at most, erotic for the girl.
#92 - novus (03/28/2015) [-]
Do you like this game? I don't think you understand it. You just provided all of the documentation right there to prove that anal sex is physically pleasurable for the receiver; because it is an erogenous zone.

We're not talking about the taboo nature of it, or fetishes, it is the physical sexual pleasure directly derived from stimulating nerve endings, which anal sex satisfies.
User avatar #93 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
No, I didn't. You're a fucking retard and probably also a virgin. Kthxbai
#94 - novus (03/29/2015) [-]
Mm, good one. Case closed
#75 - fefe (03/28/2015) [-]
**anonymous used "*roll picture*"**
**anonymous rolled image** Please stop posting. Pic hopefully related.
User avatar #88 - twofreegerbils (03/28/2015) [-]
I'm impressed
#86 - anoverusedname (03/28/2015) [-]
Dat.
Fucking.
Roll.
Is completely NSFW
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User avatar #1 - bcsaint (03/07/2015) [-]
hey man... i was just going to let you know that i have been playing your app, and i have found a glitch. on android you can not back out of the game you have to hit the home button... it's minor but it annoys me, im not trying to complain about your app, im just letting you know about something that deter others
#2 to #1 - novus (03/07/2015) [-]
Okay I'll check it out
User avatar #3 to #2 - bcsaint (03/07/2015) [-]
can't wait for your next one man
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