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I have neogeo.zip in the same folder as my Neogeo Roms.
But this past Sunday, I noticed that I have neogeo.zip in System folder too.
God damn it, @dimmidice! You're a god damn genius! This is the most outstanding answer I have ever heard. You must have a goddamn I.Q. of 160. You...
My sister began to have those problems with her laptop. It died.
I tried to fix it but couldn't do it.
What happened was that her graphics card...
Succesfully creative... that actually makes sense. As I believe that Creativity is determined by somebody's capacity to stay focused on whatever...
Cant tell. I just received two warnings when I should have got at least 5 more.
Oh, don't say that. We're a big family here on the 'Temp :wub:
I didn't meant it in that way. But okay, thanks for letting me know.
Again, I just can't believe that you do have GBATEMP running on one computer...
What really matters is size :creep:
Same as Chary... do you even pay your electrical consumption? Is just that I can't believe that you do have at least one computer turned on 24/7
Is actually that it was a bit confusing because:
Coefficient translates to Coeficiente
Quotient translates to Coeficiente / Contenido
Yes, I'm sure that Quotient and Coefficient are the same word in Spanish.
I was going to post that same thing about Mathematics (the use of...
No problem. Just pointing out the language barrier.
But you're Patrick.
Kind of wanting to know what do people around the world eats on a normal day.
In my country, regular food is almost as expensive as "not so...
If you're asking me... No... I don't watch TV... like, at all.
Really? Then that means that you're kind of a Genius!
Banned fot not being one.
BTW... what does "being a tool" means?
You're banned for NOT necrobumping.
Have you taken one?
I'm pretty sure I took one when I was in Elementary school.
My average has always been less than 90
You can't be serious.
I've noticed that, IQ tests qualifies you according to the SPEED you respond said tests.
So, if you make the same test over...
Both Coefficient and Quotient has the same meaning in Spanish. So I used Coefficient instead.
Thanks for correcting me thou.