1 - Chances of rolling Quads are 1/1000, didn't point before because I thought you typo.
2 - You are assuming that everyone who saw this comment also saw, e.g. the second top comment which is quads, and opted by thumbing this up, and not quads.
1 - It doesn't matter that it was the specific 0,000 quads, had no relationship to the content or a comment within.
2 - Thumbing is a choice with value of "1" which is up to each user individually make it worth, if you like the quads, thumb it, don't like the "69", don't thumb it. But it's not your concern what other people thumb.
3 - You should stop being the generic annoying guy that cares too much about what people do or like.
its only 1 in 100 if he posted that 20 times is one in 5. im so tired of people getting so many thumbs for rolls. call me when someone rolls a 999999999
Actually he has a 1% chance of rolling 69 because he can always roll the same number 20 times so stfu this guy deserves a medal and you deserve nothing because you cannot even do basic math ******* . And you have a 0.000000001% chance of rolling *999,999,999*
so i dont think anyone will get that unless of course your a wizard.
But seriously get off the computer and go learn some math :)
**benk rolls 66** i agree with all of you that no matter how many times you roll a number the chance is still one in 100. So your odds are one in 1/100 for a one time roll we all agree right? But if he posts this on 5 different pictures his odds of succeeding are 1 in 5 because each time he has a 1/100 chance so lets do some math, (1/100)+(1/100)+(1/100)+(1/100)+(1/100)= 5/100 which reduces to 1/20.
Also i dont see why this guy should get a medal for a randomly generated number, its not skill. Even if my math is wrong (which its not) is still all luck.
Your math is incorrect. You don't add the probabilities (by your logic, rolling 100 times would give a 100% chance of rolling 69 at least once; in reality you could roll any number of times and never get 69). The odds of rolling 69 at least once in 5 tries is 1 minus the chance you don't roll 69 five times in a row. So 1 - (99/100)^5 = .049. You were close with 1/20, but you math you used to arrive there was incorrect. THE MORE YOU KNOW!
oh look dubs, what are the odds? do i get 100+ thumbs, no, that would be retarded because the odds are only 1 in 10. so if ten people "roll 2" the odds are 1 of them will be dubs, u can ask Kony, the Ugandan hero how many people roll a day, but im pretty sure its a **** load more than 10, so there are plenty of rolls like this.
Also, while I don't approve of your language, you're absolutely right. Rolling 69 is a 1 in 101 chance. It doesn't matter how many times you tried before, it's always going to be 1 in 101.
1 in 100 actually, since there's a "00" instead of a "100" when you *roll 2*
When you *roll 2* you have a 1 in 10 chance to roll any pair of dubs because there are 10 pairs of dubs.
If you *roll 2* to get a specific number like 69, or a specific pair of dubs like 99, you have a 1 in 100 chance to roll that specific number because there are 99 other numbers that can come out.
Ok, just making sure. I guess I should have specified that it's a 1/100 when you "roll 2" instead of saying "doubles". People kept saying 1 in 101 and that's not right...
If its not real, it looks pretty close.
at any rate, the kid got hit pretty hard with the gun, that's hard to fake.
poor little guy, didn't even know about recoil.
yeah that is real :/ it's a video from a third world country where it's tradition that the brides father fires a single shot, and he left his gun on the side of the table and his son shot him and he died of his injuries.
If someone hot wires my car they can only drive less than a mile because there is a gas shut off valve that closes when the car is turned off, and the key is needed to open it. SO jokes on who ever brakes into my car.
Well even though its nearly impossible to hot wire new cars these days, you run a current though the ignition lines that goes to the the starter. But of coarse to do that you have to find the wires and which one is which. But if im wrong please, explain.
Plus doesn't the whole steering column lock up on cars nowadays? I heard that was a new feature and you need a key to unlock it. Idk though just asking.
Yeah, im not sure. I just know there is a chip in my key that needs to be activated by putting it in the ignition. which then opens the Gas valve IM NOT one hundred percent sure if its activated while in the ignition, or just when its in the car. But im pretty sure its the first one.
The steering column locks up, and most modern cars have engine immobilizers built in, so unless the key, or fob, is in the ignition, it is impossible to start the vehicle.