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rainbowtacos

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Date Signed Up:11/17/2011
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#33 - In real world coding though, unnecessary and obvious comments … 03/17/2016 on 100% oblivious +7
#30 - That could be really funny, like Nichijou but with moms.  [+] (4 new replies) 03/14/2016 on Whos Your Favorite Kaa-San? +27
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#79 - klina (03/15/2016) [-]
>>#78, Daily Lives of Middle-Aged Moms
#80 - anon (03/15/2016) [-]
Ch┼źnen Mama no Seikatsu

I like this weeb title.

Would the kids occasionally show up or would it be like the Charlie Brown thing but in reverse?

Also, why've you got me blocked? -brobyddark
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#81 - klina (03/15/2016) [-]
I've got half this website blocked

you were probably a dick to me, or thumbed me down for something stupid, or refused to have a sensible argument
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#78 - brobyddark (03/15/2016) [-]
Momijou?
#24 - You're missing that it's a creature posing as the nursemaid, a…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/14/2016 on dont gotta be smart to be... +15
#51 - vigilantej (03/14/2016) [-]
it was not i was so confused i had no idea that the creature was pretending i thought it was just a weird nurse made
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#25 - zafara (03/14/2016) [-]
Um yeah, that part was so obvious I didn't think I needed to explain it, sorry.

#11 - "Making her lick the dinner plate clean" Ju… 03/10/2016 on feminism(lol): types of abuse 0
#14 - Why use saltines? I would think graham crackers would be better.  [+] (1 new reply) 03/09/2016 on My First Cooking Tutorial!... +21
#23 - anon (03/10/2016) [-]
You can use graham crackers they work just as well but they are a bit thicker!
#59 - I haven't invested in a good knife set yet, this is good to kn… 03/09/2016 on 5 Basic Cooking Skills 0
#41 - I didn't know the steel has a magnet in it, I've always heard …  [+] (2 new replies) 03/09/2016 on 5 Basic Cooking Skills 0
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#46 - xmacleodx (03/09/2016) [-]
Try touching the tip of one to a coin some time. If it doesn't stick you're getting ripped off.
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#59 - rainbowtacos (03/09/2016) [-]
I haven't invested in a good knife set yet, this is good to know. Thanks.
#119 - Good to know about GTA V, thanks. 03/08/2016 on gf 0
#117 - I understand that. If I were using windows for anything other …  [+] (2 new replies) 03/08/2016 on gf 0
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#118 - Ripsometime (03/08/2016) [-]
yeah go for a single drive, GTA V doesn't even benefit form RAID, most of the loading is networking related. Doesn't even load faster off my RAID. Skyrim does improve, but a single ssd would allow for acceptable loading times.
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#119 - rainbowtacos (03/08/2016) [-]
Good to know about GTA V, thanks.
#115 - I have had the intel raid config not detect the windows raid s…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/08/2016 on gf 0
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#116 - Ripsometime (03/08/2016) [-]
Its still a little too dodgy for me to rely on for the moment. Im pretty happy using the two SSDs at the moment to store games, since if the raid array gets corrupted because of that crap, its just games that i can re-download that goes missing.

The nvme drive is amazing, since im not dual booting another OS (I have another machine running linux since i use it for server stuff) , I have the speed of a RAID array, but no RAID config screen on boot (since it doesnt need to check the RAID status at boot) and it just loads RAID using the Intel RST drivers on windows. Makes boot times quite a bit faster.
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#117 - rainbowtacos (03/08/2016) [-]
I understand that. If I were using windows for anything other than games, I probably would have switched off of raid as well.

For linux I use a filesystem level raid (btrfs) which hasn't given me any problems so far (other than a bit of a headache installing it). I would definitely go for an nvme drive if I had the money to do it and wasn't dual booting.

That raid boot screen is pretty annoying though, I think if I reinstall windows it would be on a single drive, because I don't think it's really worth it for the games I play (GTA V and Skyrim are the only really intensive games I've played in any recent time, everything else if just light stuff like LoL).
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#118 - Ripsometime (03/08/2016) [-]
yeah go for a single drive, GTA V doesn't even benefit form RAID, most of the loading is networking related. Doesn't even load faster off my RAID. Skyrim does improve, but a single ssd would allow for acceptable loading times.
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#119 - rainbowtacos (03/08/2016) [-]
Good to know about GTA V, thanks.