self control test

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Sep 18, 2008

self control test by tinymonkeyt at 3:13 PM (1,204 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. tinymonkeyt
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    i wanted to try a little something
    if you post in here
    you fail the self control test
    if you pass, ill give you a cookie.
     
  2. Noitora

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    where's my cookie?
    Edit:OH SHI-
     
  3. Costello

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    I already have my own permanent self control test on the irc channel...
    It's called Taza.
     
  4. Bamboo

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    i dont need to test my self control.
    I take pleasure in taking what I want!!!
    oh sweet freedom!!!
     
  5. Bamboo

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    oh boy. it sure feels good posting.
    This is how it went down :
    1. I wanted to post
    2. I posted
    3. freedom
    4. .....?
     
  6. Bamboo

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    oh and I also win the test because I didnt post with my other gbatemp account
     
  7. Costello

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    having multiple accounts is strictly prohibited on GBAtemp.
    you totally fail the test.
     
  8. Bamboo

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    @costello:
    yeah they gave me two accounts because I have split personality disorder.

    the last person to post in here owns this thread

    I OWN IT!!!!!

    BAMBOO CLAIMED THE THREAD!

    hi all welcome to my special sacred area of gbatemp that will never be disturbed.
    as the current owner of this area I will set in place one golden rule

    the one golden rule is:
    look but dont touch!!!!

    you can read my posts but DO NOT MAKE YOUR OWN POSTS.
    thank you for your understanding

    edit: hi there I have noticed that allot of people have come in here and still haven't posted.
    so it good to see you are obeying the golden rule. thanks guys!!!
     
  9. Holaitsme

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    YES!
    I am free!!!!!
    The curse has been lifted and my soul is clean again!
     
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  12. tinymonkeyt
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    you guys fail. everyone else gets a cookie.
     
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    :grog:FIXED


    Googol
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    For the Internet company, see Google. For the Russian author, see Nikolai Gogol.
    A googol is the large number 10100, that is, the digit 1 followed by one hundred zeros (in decimal representation). The term was coined in 1938[1] by Milton Sirotta (1929–1980), nephew of American mathematician Edward Kasner. Milton was nine years old at the time. Kasner popularized the concept in his book Mathematics and the Imagination (1940).
    Googol is of the same order of magnitude as the factorial of 70 (70! being approximately 1.198 googol, or 10 to the power 100.0784), and its only prime factors are 2 and 5 (100 of each). In binary it would take up 333 bits. A googol has no particular significance in mathematics, but is useful when comparing with other incredibly large quantities such as the number of subatomic particles in the visible universe or the number of possible chess games. Edward Kasner created it to illustrate the difference between an unimaginably large number and infinity, and in this role it is sometimes used in teaching mathematics.
    A googol can be written in conventional notation as follows:
    1 googol
    = 10100
    = 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,0
    0,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
    Its official English number name is ten duotrigintillion on the short scale, ten thousand sexdecillion on the long scale, or ten sexdecilliard on the Peletier long scale.
     

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