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Admiral Refuge

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  1. Hi everyone! Who here actually remembers me?
  2. On a side note, if you're using C++, you might want to set your headers as .hpp instead of .h; the latter is designed for C.
  3. Oh look who finally crawled out of his TARDIS! Dude, start getting on MSN again!
  4. [*cough*I would*cough*](http://www.touchofdeathforums.com/smf/index.php/topic,36901.0.html)
  5. VB6 or ~~FORTRAN77~~ Microsoft OO-COBOL.net.
  6. @Zonova: > They had typewriters but most people don't type very quickly on those because clicking two keys at the same time jams the keys. And clicking two keys at the same time on a computer keyboard makes them come out in an unpredictable order. Seriously, I've typed quickly on an old typewriter before, as long as it's well oiled and not rusted out, it only jams if you're banging aimlessly on it.
  7. @S.J.R.: > It depends on whether a given abbreviation consists purely out of pronounceable syllables or not. In case they do, you may pronounce them like an actual word. In case they don't, you ought to pronounce each letter individually. Therefore G.U.I. should be pronounced gee - you - aye rather than gooey (since the English language doesn't know the proper sound for the ui-digraph, as in languages where that digraph is known, the sound used in "gooey" is totally off). > > Yours faithfully > S.J.R. van Schaik. Now you must go on vocaroo and give us the correct way of saying it!
  8. >212 wpm I am okay with this. @Jungle: > -snip- SIR, I believe you mean this: ![](http://i.imgur.com/loSPe.jpg)
  9. I think what Stephan is trying to explain, is that there's no point in encrypting your graphic files because: 1) They will just be decrypted easily by the same method the client uses anyway. 2) They are still able to be ripped after being decrypted by the client. The purpose of encrypting something is to prevent somebody from accessing it. You're not exactly using it for that method, since you still want the user to access your files anyway. All you're doing, is wasting resources to encrypt, then decrypt, a file, with the warped idea of hiding it from the very same person you're about to show it to – if that makes any sense.
  10. Oh trust me, there's a prank today, quite an obvious one. And when you see it….. .....you'll shit brix
  11. http://www.two.drawball.com/
  12. Admiral Refuge


    Happy birthday mate! And to think, in 20 more years you'll have lived half of your life already.
  13. Haven't clicked the link, but there's been a few nonvirus cures for cancer as well in the past. Heck, the cyanide in plumbs and appleseeds has been known to cure it for awhile. You won't find these in most western cultures though, esp in the US, where the Medical Industrial Complex and special interest groups control medicine. It's like I said before; if cancer could be cured with a pill, what would become of that multimillion-dollar cancer radiation clinic they just built across the street from my house? Heck, what would become of the millionaires that run these "cancer awareness" donations?
  14. @Anna: > Is that a Glock, Anthony? Really? :P The glock is just there for scale, I'm not a fan of semiautomatics.
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