Money. hi.. MFW i dont have any problems mo Money problems
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#2 - whitelapras (03/26/2014) [-]
MFW i dont have any problems
MFW i dont have any problems
#83 to #2 - randomwanker (03/27/2014) [-]
MFW I got 99 problems but a bitch aint one
MFW I got 99 problems but a bitch aint one
#27 - triges ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
So you're saying that if you have no money you have no problems?
User avatar #31 to #27 - ScottP (03/27/2014) [-]
For the greater good
#34 to #31 - sycopathical (03/27/2014) [-]
indeed the greater good
User avatar #44 to #34 - lethaldose (03/27/2014) [-]
god, i love this movie ...
User avatar #92 to #44 - articulate ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
What movie is it?
User avatar #95 to #94 - articulate ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
Oh, I watched some of that once.
User avatar #96 to #95 - lethaldose (03/27/2014) [-]
some of that ?
User avatar #97 to #96 - articulate ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
I watched some of Hot Fuzz... I mean to say I watched some of it and then stopped.
User avatar #99 to #97 - lethaldose (03/27/2014) [-]
then finish it .... Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are just "fun to watch" duo
User avatar #100 to #99 - articulate ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
I got to the part where they start chopping off peoples' heads. It scared me.
User avatar #101 to #100 - lethaldose (03/27/2014) [-]
realy ? this movie isn´t supposed to be scary .... btw, is your avatar staring horse from AT ?
#106 to #101 - articulate ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
poo brain
#33 to #27 - seymion (03/27/2014) [-]
No if you have money then you have the square root of problems, red the math man.
#49 to #27 - anon (03/27/2014) [-]
No, just that mo' money = mo' problems.
#5 - include (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't have any problems.
I don't have any problems.
User avatar #57 to #5 - kbpilottl (03/27/2014) [-]
cuz you dont have a woman...
User avatar #7 to #5 - SpankYouVeryMuch (03/27/2014) [-]
omg what game is that?
#8 to #7 - titletaker (03/27/2014) [-]
It's a webseries by the creators of Red vs. Blue.   
It's called RWBY (pronounced Ruby).   
It revolves around Ruby, Yang, Blake and Weiss as they attend a school called Vale academy. A school for "Hunters" who learn to battle evil creatures called "Grimm".   
			*******		 watch it, it's amazing. The quality improves and everything is just... yes.
It's a webseries by the creators of Red vs. Blue.
It's called RWBY (pronounced Ruby).
It revolves around Ruby, Yang, Blake and Weiss as they attend a school called Vale academy. A school for "Hunters" who learn to battle evil creatures called "Grimm".

******* watch it, it's amazing. The quality improves and everything is just... yes.
User avatar #13 to #8 - viperish (03/27/2014) [-]
Also the soundtrack to that series is ******* amazing.
User avatar #41 to #8 - Sethorein ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
It's... Kinda terrible... Succumbs to all the worst tropes... Fights are nice though. A pity the writing is such utter **** .
#60 to #41 - thefates (03/27/2014) [-]
Season 2 is supposed to fix most of the issues with the lack of story-boarding that Season 1 had. The reason it was so bad in Season 1 is because it was mostly a test to see if a RoosterTeeth anime would even be successful especially with their unique animation style. as such, they were relatively low staffed and didn't get much done other than the animation and making sure that the girls acted like girls thanks to literally one girl they asked about it.
User avatar #62 to #60 - Sethorein ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
that must have been an awkward interview... and damn the voice acting was something awful first few eps...
#74 to #62 - discordwhooves (03/27/2014) [-]
To be fair, all of the voices come from people who have never done voice acting before.   
It's all done within the company as well, with only one fan VO that I know of.   
So, it's pretty damn good for being pretty much everyone involved's first attempt at something like this.
To be fair, all of the voices come from people who have never done voice acting before.

It's all done within the company as well, with only one fan VO that I know of.

So, it's pretty damn good for being pretty much everyone involved's first attempt at something like this.
User avatar #108 to #74 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
That's not an excuse. An artist doesn't make mistakes and then make excuses. An artist eliminates mistakes before they happen or at least doesn't allow them to get in the way of the piece, which the voices do.

It was forgivable in the Strangerhood or Red vs Blue because it was a bunch of guys without a budget operating out of their college dorm rooms, however even THEN they still delivered more natural dialogue than most of the characters in RWBY.

In fairness, that is the fault of the writing staff who write the series as though it were a dubbed anime, which is a freaking retarded problem to have because dubbed anime only sound forced because they're trying to translate a language that is wholly different in tone, pace, arrangement, detail, and context whilst keeping synched to the animation. But here it's 100% original dialogue and 100% original animation formed around the dialogue! It's not a justified mistake.

Then there's the humour! FFS they're trying to transfer the same comedic style of 2D drawn animation into 3D animated models (which is pretty much impossible given how the drawings will change form to emphasise the humour, something 3D models can't do anywhere near as easily) and then on top of that, they're trying to translate an eastern style of comedy that relies upon an eastern-style delivery of an eastern language into a western language! There's a reason why anime dubs, especially comedic ones, come across as disgustingly forced and they have NO excuse as to why this problem occurred within a 100% original western series!

I've not given up hope because the series is animated competently... for the most part. It's also FULL of creative visuals, as expected of Monty Oum. That alone won't be enough to save the series but I'd be lying if I said the first season of RvB still makes me laugh. It doesn't make me cringe and it has other values to it but it's not as good as their recent work. In time... who knows what RWBY may become.
User avatar #79 to #74 - Sethorein ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
They're a machinima company without voice actors... I've heard youtubers voice act better than some of them... geh...
User avatar #64 to #62 - thefates (03/27/2014) [-]
Agreed the animation stepped up after the first few episodes as well, it got less glitchy and everything in the background got more scenic as the season progressed.
User avatar #45 to #41 - angelious (03/27/2014) [-]
i think whoever wrote that just about said to themself "how many anime cliches can i stuff into one show?" before he started writing the show
User avatar #46 to #45 - Sethorein ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
2 dimensional characters, check.
fanservice, check.
girls with incredibly disproportionaly sized weapons, check.

Alright, boys. I think we're done here.


Bully arc.

Oh yes, can't forget the bully arc... check.
User avatar #85 to #46 - octaviano ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
Gotta be honest though, the fight cutscenes and the friggn' music is awesome.
Did I mention the music is sung by a FIFTEEN YEAR OLD.
User avatar #47 to #46 - angelious (03/27/2014) [-]
how about characters? lets get the mysterious character, the hyperactive chick with obsession to weapons the creepy chick who wants friends who everybody think is weak but was actually strong a snobby rich kid with sad past that relates to parents with money have no time for you a weak ass punk who through power of love friendship and willpower will become strong but will now be the living breathing joke machine.

OH and also here is zidane from final fantasy a puggish rogue monkey that is somewhat of a love interest of one of the characters
User avatar #48 to #47 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
Honestly, Monty Oum is an animator, plain and simple. He makes some really badass fight scenes but he suffers from the same problem that the Star Wars prequels do... that being that the SFX vs Story battle.

See, in the original Star Wars trilogy the focus was on the story and the SFX were used to tell the story. However in the prequels the SFX were the focus and the story was used to extensively showcase SFX. The same is true here. The series is all about the visuals and not enough work was put into what goes behind the visuals. The humour is where the problem is at it's most blatant. Not only does anime humour rarely translate well to the english language due to it's high-energy delivery being designed for the Japanese dialect and the English one just not being able to catch up, but it's also conflicting with the style of animation which, just like the language problem, can't translate well into the language of CG.

The series is damned cool in places and Michael (Mogar) Jones as a Sun Wukong bow-staff/nunchaku/shotgun character is ******* magnificent and I really want to see more from the AH crew in RWBY and RvB (not starring roles, but here and there they make me smile).

*sigh* It bugs me how good it could have been.
User avatar #103 to #48 - angelious (03/27/2014) [-]
true.the fight scenes are great but it would be better if they got someone else to design the story

and i admit.the weapon design is the most sexiest
User avatar #105 to #103 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]

The creativity in the series is really nice, but it really doesn't extend to the characters.

Main Team:
The Kind-Hearted Nitwit. The Ice-Queen With a Heart of Gold. The Mysterious One. The Action-Girl.

2nd Team:
The Obvious Walking Story-Arc. The Stoic One. The Broody, Quiet, Oriental One. The Pinkie Pie... because that character is a straight copy of the MLP character just translated into a format that doesn't suit the comedy well at all whilst also not being terribly funny in the first place.

Honestly... this didn't need to be a school series. The problem with a school series is that everyone in the school goes there for the same reason. If the reason is that it's a regular school then you're fine but if it's a special school for badass fighting gun-magic users then suddenly they need to design a slew of characters who also got into the school... or they take the cheap way out by not even giving them ******* colours!

If the series had been very minimalist and restrained then it would have been a ******** better. It doesn't need to be just the main characters but if the series was -meant- to feel somewhat isolated then you could justify the blacking out of the background characters because that adds an artistic level to it but that's not the case, it's just lazy. An artist operates within his means, he doesn't make excuses for his inadequacies!

The school angle is just... *sigh* Schools are the most over-used trope in this kind of series because they quickly and lazily put a load of unconnected characters in the same place whilst building a perfect environment for empathy from the audience and exposition from the story... they're just perfect narrative tools!

Except they're overused as **** and a careless writer will make the school angle feel forced, lazy, and unnecessary... as is the case here. If it was just a private tutelage that would have cut out the background characters!
User avatar #75 to #48 - hierophant (03/27/2014) [-]
>Michael Jones as a Sun Wukong

Wat? I couldn't remember if the monkey dude had Michael's voice. I didn't notice it the first time I watched it. But now that I went back and's totally Michael. Cannot be unheard.
User avatar #104 to #75 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
It's **** like that that makes me not mind RWBY. His fight scene is ******* awesome until obvious robot girl who is obviously a robot but somehow the tech-saviest character in the series can't tell she's a robot girl shows up, then **** just gets too silly for me.

I just hope we get to see more of the AH crew. I want to see Gavin in there because ffs everyone ******* loves Gavin. Also, here's a fun thought. When the Minecraft Let's Plays started the roster went like this:

Gavin - Loveable, slow-witted fool
Geoff - Boss
Michael - The Angry One
Ray - The one that's actually good at gaming.
Jack - Generic American Male
Ryan - Jack #2

And now it's:

Gavin - Loveable, slow-witted fool
Geoff - Lazy, evil jackass
Michael - Master Ass-kicker and part-time idiot
Ray - Stoner
Jack - Cheater

Playing with friends builds character.
User avatar #109 to #104 - hierophant (03/27/2014) [-]
Also, I see no problems with RWBY. From time to time it's a bit cringey, but I love it. I think it's really well done, and even if it's stereotypical, it's fun and full of life and there's a lot of potential for it.
User avatar #120 to #109 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]

3) Translation issues.

Now this is a 100% original series both written in English and animated in the west. Only it takes on an eastern style. This alone isn't an issue as Aang and Korra can attest to. However the humour is a style of humour that comes from a 2D form of hand-drawn animation. Hand-drawn animation works with that form of humour because every frame can look different, so they can change the forms of the characters to emphasise the impact of the humour. The characters move freely, change size and shape, the whole world changes to suit the change in tone and honestly it all works out pretty well if the humour is actually good.

But that doesn't translate to the third dimension. The models can't change size or shape depending on the requirements of the humour. Take Shrek as an example. It is a 3D comedy that does comedy in the manner that a 3D movie should. It makes up for it's lack of bombast by replacing it with subtlety, realistic slapstick, and a generally natural vibe to the humour that doesn't seem forced. The tone never shifts wildly as we see happen in anime.

So the style of humour doesn't match the style of animation. That's an issue. But the style of humour ALSO doesn't match the language used. The typical form of anime humour works because the Japanese language is quick, loud, frantic, and bombastic! It is sharp, quick, cutting consonants and vowels that flow smoothly but hurriedly into one another. Because of that they get out a lot of information in a short period of time. It works with comedy too. However the English language isn't like that. It doesn't flow from one word to the other well at all. French does, but German doesn't and the English language has roots in both languages which leads to it having a very mixed flow. It makes for great, diverse poetry and use of language but restricts the kind of humour we can do. Loud, violent, bombastic, immediate humour in the Japanese style doesn't fit the language at all.
User avatar #118 to #109 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
I'll list the problems with it for you because quality isn't the same as value.

1) School. It's a school series. That alone isn't enough to damn it but it is telling of the manner in which the writers conduct themselves. A school is a ridiculously perfect setting for a series. It gathers and groups characters based on a single, shared trait, allowing for disparate characters to be put in similar situations regardless of motivation. It places the characters out of the role of absolute responsibility and puts them in a safe environment. It allows them to be incomplete characters and provides them a platform to fill in the gaps in their learning as the series progresses. It's a situation most people will hold empathy towards. And it's a perfect platform for exposition.

In fact... it's -too- perfect. We've all seen school series a million times before and we'll see 'em a million times again. It's not like there -needs- to be a school, Digimon Adventure is a perfect example of that (though a summer-camp's not much better...) It's just a lazy, lazy tool of writing. However it alone isn't enough to make a series bad, because there are some damned good series made to the backdrops of schools. No... it needs to be in relation to how the school environment is utilised and THAT is where the real sin is committed here. See 2.

2) School tropes! Okay, so the conflicts of the first series focussed around misunderstandings, bullying, and racism. These are three incredibly common school tropes. But not bad things if used right. However here they're not used right. Take the bullying. Not only is the bully a walking stereotype, the victim is also a walking stereotype. The conflict and resolution have been seen before in 100 different ways and the series adds nothing new to the tropes.

Then there's the fact that the series can't accommodate for animating a school. They can't animate enough people to justify a school being as big as that school is so they cut corners lazily. (Cont.)
User avatar #107 to #104 - hierophant (03/27/2014) [-]
Robot girl? What robot girl? You mean Penny? I dunno what makes you think she's a robot.
#110 to #107 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
Oh, sorry. You're right. I don't know what I was thinking.
Oh, sorry. You're right. I don't know what I was thinking.
User avatar #111 to #110 - hierophant (03/27/2014) [-]
No, I mean, seriously. It's been awhile since I watched RWBY, but what makes you think she's a robot? I don't recall seeing anything that screams "ROBOT" to me.
#112 to #111 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
A hole opens up in her back and eight swords with power symbols on them fly out of her back. She then uses them with wires to pull planes out of the sky. She has the social skills of a teaspoon and is taken away by a mysterious limousine at the end of the series like some kind of super-secret weapon.

She's a bloody robot.
User avatar #113 to #112 - hierophant (03/27/2014) [-]
>The sword things
Seriously, this is one of your reasonings? Yang has shotgun gauntlets for christ-sake. It's a miracle her arms are ripped off her own body (that miracle would be the beauty of it being a story).

>Social skills of a teaspoon
Someone kept away from society for all their life would also have the social skills of a teaspoon.

>Being taken away by a limousine
She is possibly a VIP. A soldier in training, someone with power, etc. My initial thought when the swords came out of her backpack was "psionic powers". Proven wrong with the strings, but who knows?
#115 to #113 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
Are you kidding? It's fine to suspend one's disbelief as to the durability of one's body but when there is a compartment built into someone's back that contains technology-styled weaponry (i.e. with power symbols on them) you start pushing the boundaries of credulity. Her choice of language is also closer to that of a robot. "I'm Combat Ready!", i.e. the language with which one describes a weapon.

Like, seriously. It's a hole in her back that has doors to it. Her clothes have glowing Tron-strips on them!

As for the social aspect, yes, that is true. But 'why' is she kept at arm's length from people? The most logical answer is because there is something about her that makes it a good idea to keep her away from other people. Now it might not be that she is a robot but given that she looks, talks, fights, and moves like a robot I'm going to assume that she is a robot.

She doesn't have a backpack on btw. Look, it is literally doors in her back that open up. And yes, she could have been all of those things and if it weren't for the whole door in her back thing I would have assumed she was an autistic kid since one of the stereotypes for autistic kids is having them conduct themselves in an alien, almost robotic fashion. Heck, I would really have liked it if that were the case but... there's a freaking door in her back.
User avatar #116 to #115 - hierophant (03/27/2014) [-]
It just looks like there's a backpack opening up on her back to me. And even IF she was a robot, I don't see anything wrong with it.
User avatar #117 to #116 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
Watch the episode again. She's not wearing a backpack.

And there's nothing wrong with her being a robot, but when the person who is sitting directly behind the robot and has a first-hand view of the swords flying out of the robot's back and also happens to be both a weapon's geek and have been palling around WITH the robot acting all robot-y for the past day and sees the robot fighting like a robot and then notices that the robot has mysteriously disappeared in complete contrast to her observable personality DOESN'T TWIG THAT THE PERSON IS ACTUALLY A ROBOT... things start to strain credulity.

It is not the content, it is how the content is handled which honestly it emblematic of pretty much ALL of the problems extant within the series.
User avatar #119 to #117 - hierophant (03/27/2014) [-]
Again, I don't see any problems with the series. I feel like you are just going way too overboard with your criticism and scrutiny. As far as I know, it's Monty's first animation. It's going to take awhile to get a handle on things. The voices are done by the people roosterteeth already has, most of which aren't professional voice actors. They are just using their own voices. The tropes/stereotypes are fun to see and they make it enjoyable to watch. It's not a professional animation company.

Don't bother watching it if all you are going to do is spend the entire time complaining about it. I'm not trying to insult you here or question your intelligence, just plain and simple: Don't watch it. They ARE going to use tropes. It helps develop things faster and gets things moving along and allows them some ground to build upon, instead of just building in mid-air. I enjoy the tropes, I recognize them, I think they are done in a humorous way. I like it, so I will continue to watch it. You obviously don't like it, so I suggest you stop watching it.

Anyways, I'm done here. I've said my piece. I'm gonna go jack off to porn now. See ya around.
User avatar #122 to #119 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
I've never said I didn't enjoy the series. It's good fun and it's not unwatchable. However I'm not you. I can't just switch off my brain and stay blind to the faults in an artist's work. A BIIIIG part of the enjoyment I get out of something is picking it apart and analysing it. Reading between the lines, interpreting the metaphors, puzzling out the decisions made by the creative team.

For me, to understand a work is enjoyable and it gives me greater understanding of the people behind the work. It's why I have so many problems with the story of Halo 4, because it was WAAAAAY too easy for me to tear apart. The same is true for why I love Pixar movies, because they're SOOOO dense and there's SO much going on in them.

I don't expect everything I watch to be pixar though because that is ignorant of the value of diversity in the medium, but I do want the things I watch to have quality to them. RWBY has quality in it but it's not consistent throughout the work.

And yes, tropes push the plot forwards and allow the audience to connect with the characters but at the same time tropes are foundations upon which things can be built. E.G: In RvBs first season there are 9 characters. Each one has a definite personality that is evident from the first few sentences of their screen-time and there are a lot of tropes in that cast. However they all feel natural. Church fits Burnie like a glove, the same with Griff and Geoff. They weren't professional VAs, they just connected with the characters and that helped us connect with the characters in turn.

The RWBY cast were clearly getting into the groove by the end of the season and all that was failing them was the stunted nature of the writing which is why I have high hopes for the second season, but it doesn't change the fact that the series and their performances are riddled with flaws.

The flaws alone don't make it unpleasant to watch, but they need to be acknowledged by the development team so they can improve.
User avatar #121 to #119 - snowshark (03/27/2014) [-]
Monty's first animation was Haloid (or at least it's the first one he really poured his time and effort into.) From there he did Dead Fantasy and finally the animation for RvB. He has plenty of experience, hence why the action-scenes run so smoothly and the visual style is so unique to the series. His use of cell-shading and 3D models simultaneously can produce very memorable visuals like Ruby's red cloak in her teaser trailer.

But his talent for writing is nil, or at least the person who wrote the series has very little writing skill. It's something that will hopefully be developed but the series plays out like amateur fan-fiction. The characters speak and act in forced manners and the humour is painfully misplaced (with the "I'm the King of the Castle" **** being the crowning achievement of poorly-handled humour).

And the RvB team aren't professional VAs either. Heck, in their first season they sounded like a bunch of guys having fun making a comedy series with their college mates, which is what was happening. But because it was a comedy series and because they didn't have much in the way of resources it is forgivable. Monty had a lot of resources to work with and the truth is he just didn't give the girls the direction they needed. A good director can coax a good performance from a bad actor, so bad performances are as big a problem for the director as they are for the actor who gave them.

The tropes are fun to see if they're handled well and they're not handled very well at all for the most part. Ruby is pretty decent as is her sister but Blake and Weiss really leave a lot to be desired. Weiss improves nearing the end of the series though so there's that. And yes, RT are a professional animation company. RvB is sold on DvDs and is a large part of their revenue. Machinima counts as animation. The animation on the series isn't the problem (mostly), it's all the other things. (Cont.)
User avatar #114 to #113 - hierophant (03/27/2014) [-]
aren't* ripped off her arms...
User avatar #37 - wiredguy (03/27/2014) [-]
gee, could that A+ be written in exactly the same pen as the joke?

I just think it might be
#42 - sleepingdogtwo (03/27/2014) [-]
You spend money and time on respectively with a woman, so it's:   
Woman = -money - time   
Woman = -money - money   
Woman = 2 * (-money)   
Woman = 2* (-√(problems))   
 Which also makes sense.

You spend money and time on respectively with a woman, so it's:

Woman = -money - time
Woman = -money - money
Woman = 2 * (-money)
Woman = 2* (-√(problems))

Which also makes sense.
User avatar #51 to #42 - alexstraza (03/27/2014) [-]
wouldn't it be women=time+money?
User avatar #52 to #51 - sleepingdogtwo (03/27/2014) [-]
Why should it?
The, let's call it 'effect' for the topics sake,
on the man's part is that he loses money and time (spending = -).
Therefore it must be: -money + (-time) which equals:
- money - time
Are you with me?
User avatar #53 to #52 - alexstraza (03/27/2014) [-]
Fair enough. That actually makes much more sense not that I think about it....
User avatar #54 to #53 - sleepingdogtwo (03/27/2014) [-]
Glad I could help. ^^
User avatar #21 - jayeti ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
Woman = |Problems|
Woman = Problems v Woman = -Problems
#35 to #21 - seymion (03/27/2014) [-]
This is actually deep.

A woman might be the cause of your problems but she might also help you solve them as well.
#23 - ruhtra (03/27/2014) [-]
Money is the root of all EVIL.

where did this problems ******** come from?
#24 to #23 - biomike (03/27/2014) [-]
evil is a problem
User avatar #25 to #24 - buriedstpatrick (03/27/2014) [-]
Still, they cut corners in the equation. That should not give an A+

I'll stop now
#6 - anon (03/27/2014) [-]
and = +, not times
User avatar #91 to #6 - anonymoose (03/27/2014) [-]
"Time and Money" could be (Time)U(Money) which would be Time*Money
#18 to #6 - anon (03/27/2014) [-]
If it's women = time + money you can get women with only one of them. That's definitely not working for unemployed fedoras, is it?
#22 - ruffntuff (03/27/2014) [-]
i thought money was the root of all evil.. not problems. am i wrong?
#29 to #22 - asthmaticscotsman (03/27/2014) [-]
Partially. Money is a root of all kinds of evil. That saying gets passed around faster than your mother, to the point where nobody retains its original phrasing.
#30 to #29 - ruffntuff (03/27/2014) [-]
thank you for correcting me, but as for my mother, she is a saint
#32 to #30 - asthmaticscotsman (03/27/2014) [-]
I will take her out for a nice seafood dinner and NEVER call her again.    
but yeah, you're welcome.
I will take her out for a nice seafood dinner and NEVER call her again.

but yeah, you're welcome.
#40 to #32 - ruffntuff (03/27/2014) [-]
I hate you, but appreciate you at the same time
#102 to #40 - asthmaticscotsman (03/27/2014) [-]
**asthmaticscotsman rolled image ** You pure straight hate me? But goddamn do you respect me?
**asthmaticscotsman rolled image ** You pure straight hate me? But goddamn do you respect me?
#123 to #102 - ruffntuff (03/28/2014) [-]
I wish you would die

And be reborn into a beautiful swan
User avatar #59 - smoothmcgroove (03/27/2014) [-]
Time and money

Pretty sure that's an addition, not a multiplication
User avatar #61 to #59 - Marker (03/27/2014) [-]
in math and logic AND commonly is multiplication, and OR is commonly addition
User avatar #63 to #61 - smoothmcgroove (03/27/2014) [-]
How the **** does "or" mean both

User avatar #66 to #63 - Marker (03/27/2014) [-]
in logic, "true" and "false" are more important than numbers, but "true" is often replaced with 1 or any non-zero number, and false with 0.

In an "and" statement, if one of them is false, the entire thing is false
--Likewise, in multiplication, if there's any 0s, the entire thing is 0
In an "or" statement, as long as there is at least one true, the entire thing is true
--Likewise, in addition, 0 plus something else is just the other number
#68 to #66 - smoothmcgroove (03/27/2014) [-]
I'm gonna need some examples of an "and" statement and an "or" statement, because this is seriously 			*******		 with me lol
I'm gonna need some examples of an "and" statement and an "or" statement, because this is seriously ******* with me lol
User avatar #69 to #68 - Marker (03/27/2014) [-]
Let me try and explain this one, because I suck at explaining

true AND false: there is a false, thus making the entire statement false
in math: 1 x 0 = 0
true OR false: there is a true, thus making the entire statement true
in math: 1 + 0 = 1

A randomly complex example:
true AND (false OR (true AND true)) = true
1 x (0 + (1 x 1 )) = 1 x (0 + 1) = 1 x 1 = 1
User avatar #70 to #69 - smoothmcgroove (03/27/2014) [-]
Then how do you substract
User avatar #72 to #70 - Marker (03/27/2014) [-]
I don't think subtraction and division have equivalents in logic,
User avatar #73 to #72 - smoothmcgroove (03/27/2014) [-]
Is "logic" a type of math? Otherwise, please stop calling it that, because of all the things I would say are logical, this would not among them.
User avatar #76 to #73 - Marker (03/27/2014) [-]
"and"s and "or"s in logic are commonly used in computer science, which is without question an extension of math, and thus is commonly associated with math, but not necessarily straight up computation or algegbra
#80 to #76 - smoothmcgroove (03/27/2014) [-]
Figured it would be programming or the like. Either way, the content has obvious flaws that make that equation wrong.
Figured it would be programming or the like. Either way, the content has obvious flaws that make that equation wrong.
User avatar #81 to #80 - Marker (03/27/2014) [-]
well yeah but the women = evil (or problems in this case, I originally heard it as evil) joke has been around for years

of course it's flawed in practice, but it's still funny as ****
User avatar #77 to #76 - Marker (03/27/2014) [-]
User avatar #71 to #70 - smoothmcgroove (03/27/2014) [-]
*subtract, it's a french thing sorry
User avatar #65 to #59 - MRfunnyFACE (03/27/2014) [-]
well **** , now we have 2 problems
User avatar #20 - beansjellytots ONLINE (03/27/2014) [-]
time and money would be time+ money .....
User avatar #93 - thespartanpony (03/27/2014) [-]
Money is the root of all evil. ******* are the root of all problems
User avatar #89 - aaronsalsa (03/27/2014) [-]
I like how he gave himself an A+
#87 - victorianfancyman (03/27/2014) [-]
**victorianfancyman rolled image ** mfw women
#82 - zerkerex (03/27/2014) [-]
Wait. Shouldn't woman squared = problems
User avatar #67 - demigodofmadness (03/27/2014) [-]
>tfw no problems
#39 - iamkorea (03/27/2014) [-]
just saying...
#28 - dawkz (03/27/2014) [-]
But then... "I got 99 problems but a bitch ain't one" - a bitch is ALL OF HIS PROBLEMS.
#43 - anon (03/27/2014) [-]
And this is why all you faggots are single.
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