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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #3 - Geviystir
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It's still not a real paradox, he's in bed because parents tell you it's bed time, so you obey
User avatar #7 to #3 - danielesq
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i agree NOt a paradox reAL paraDoX folloWS-
You travel back in time and kill your grandfather before he conceives one of your parents, which precludes your own conception and, therefore, you couldn't go back in time and kill your grandfather.
User avatar #13 to #7 - thecratcher
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whY aRe YuO tyPInG LikE a CUnt?
User avatar #5 to #3 - fllynton [OP]
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Once you were in bed and your parents weren't around, you were all like,"This is ********. **** beds. **** sleep. I wanna play SNES."

5 minutes later you were knocked the **** out.
User avatar #6 to #5 - Geviystir
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Nope, I would grab a book or my gameboy untill I got tired... Mostly my gameboy
User avatar #58 - superjavelin
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Not a paradox, but still mind-blowing as ****.

Each pixel in your screen has the possibility of being red, green, blue, or off. Your screen is made up of a finite number of pixels, however many they might be. Therefore, there are a finite number of images that your screen can display. However, the number of combinations is incomprehensibly large. Because of the good resolution of modern screens, literally any image you can imagine is one of those combinations.

And theoretically, if you went through each possible combination (Pixel #1 Red, Pixel #2 off.... etc.), you would eventually run through every imaginable image. Pictures of you at the Grand Canyon with your family, without your family, and with literally every combination of every person who has ever and ever will exist, and even people who don't. Pictures that, when sequenced, are the frames to a video of Emma Watson beating the ever living **** out of a bear on live television. Pictures that show the future, pictures of people from our past living in today's society, and each of these pictures from every possible angle and through good cameras, bad cameras, cameras with rain on the lens, etc.

I guess it kind of seems like a paradox since the possibilities seem as infinite as our imaginations, yet there are only a finite number of combinations your screen can provide.
#64 to #58 - tocoolforyouinajar
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All of my wut.
User avatar #67 to #58 - dapianoman
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Vsauce did a video on that on Youtube except it was music, not pictures. But there were sill more possible 5-minute clips than atoms in the universe.
User avatar #72 to #67 - superjavelin
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If you enjoy the concept, you'd probably like this.
Click on the "Library of Babel"

http://ww w.sccs.swarthmore.edu/users/00/pwillen1/lit/index3.htm
User avatar #71 to #58 - somethingfunny
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wouldn't it be 3^(bXh)
but the base and hight would both be able to increase so you could have infinit images
#76 to #58 - funforlife
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Dude, that was deep.
#104 to #58 - mrcupcakeeater
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Comment Picture
User avatar #153 to #58 - buttinspecter
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Let's go with the standard resolution of 1920x1080. We will skip the alpha because it's only part of a virtual pixel, not a physical pixel. That leaves red, green, and blue. Each one of these channels has an 8-bit value. 2 ^ 8 = 256 (possible levels of light emitted from the part of the pixel). 256 * 256 * 256 = 16777216 (equivalent to 24-bit color depth (the only reason 32-bit color exists is because of the 8-bit alpha channel of a pixel)). 1920 * 1080 * 16777216 = 3.47892351*10^13 = 34,789,235,100,000 (approximately) different images that could possibly be on a screen of this resolution.
User avatar #160 to #153 - buttinspecter
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I made an error. Correction:

(1920 * 1080) ^ 16777216 = 2.9672940933720902840406481557137259989641086354288779012566241509153315687602620178740291854915890098433180439628601478562265650202388678867247441037708570117316801657268243741179040065917421171279934114571056216650298731461517073907560140445233115325429447741578205695024054933873534989894366686287096219820632790244753941648735647622880253979286908725541643328263834445744725590808092955075460996273232874538387042663251073621416912643162*10^105977059.
User avatar #166 to #160 - buttinspecter
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Here's the number wrapped:

2.967 294 093 372 090 284 040 648 155 713 725 998 964 108 635 428 877 901 256 624 150 915 331 568 546 066 491 576 026 201 787 402 918 549 158 900 984 331 804 396 286 014 785 622 656 502 023 886 788 672 475 269 901 104 441 037 708 570 117 316 801 657 268 243 741 179 040 065 917 421 171 279 934 114 571 056 216 620 179 636 115 029 873 146 151 707 390 756 014 044 523 311 532 542 944 774 157 820 569 502 405 493 387 353 676 459 163 849 898 943 666 862 870 962 198 206 327 902 447 539 416 487 356 476 228 802 539 792 869 087 253 584 779 587 541 643 328 263 834 445 744 725 590 808 092 955 075 460 996 273 232 874 538 387 042 663 251 049 456 058 507 362 141 691 264 316 2*10^105977059
User avatar #126 to #58 - revisandbutthead
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This works with music too. In one 5 minute audio clip, there are 2^211,000,000 possible combinations of sounds. That includes the sound of every conversation you've had with your parents, it includes the clacking noise on your keyboard when you wrote any of your comments on funnyjunk, it includes the sounds of Emma Watson beating a bear (in case mctrollston was wondering), it includes the sound of a monkey having vigorous sex to a toaster while Stairway to Heaven plays in the background near a bowling alley. To elaborate, 2^211,000,000 is 63 million digits long. But that is, however, a finite number.

More about it here:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAcjV60RnRw
User avatar #154 to #126 - buttinspecter
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2 ^ 211000000 = 1.216 466 160 229 859 612 828 081 459 181 352 777 277 849 642 849 042 449 201 224 550 248 397 133 695 517 821 747 191 755 615 232 737 657 586 011 265 230 691 382 836 291 010 254 217 125 316 335 917 187 169 682 820 750 520 422 003 983 320 965 173 257 344 047 695 137 670 659 012 524 526 624 865 078 770 598 071 289 589 871 536 832 016 030 865 809 042 743 931 688 426 784 872 960 581 146 111 409 432 445 975 994 272 975 437 900 311 757 208 761 078 964 342 042 563 089 858 904 938 772 718 506 912 501 030 280 116 128 188 196 005 779 580 992 201 392 352 999 466 453 393 748 376 848 288 898 984 577 975 758 276 462 365 078 906 977 727 153 234 247 730 748 050 726 700 500 6e+63517329

That's as precise as I could get.
User avatar #135 to #58 - nitrojoe
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In a way, think about the universe too, if it is indeed infinite, then there is an infinite amount of places just like this earth, where you are here reading this, but your name is one letter different, or you are a woman, or you wear your pants backwards.... Because infinite, is well, infinite.
User avatar #66 to #58 - corneth
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it would also show visual noise 99.9999% of the time
User avatar #81 to #58 - kaelanduck
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If you take the number of combinations for an RGB pixel, you get 24 bits, ie. 256^3 = 16777216 possible colours for each pixel.
To get the total possible number of images you raise that to the power of the number of pixels on the screen.

So for a 1280x720 screen that gives
7.1795000302082985714379879152117203426292750 × 10^6658301
possible image combinations.
Which while being a stupendously big number, is still finite
User avatar #86 to #81 - kaelanduck
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For a screen that could only display red, green, blue or off, which is 4 possible values for each pixel. It would give 4^(1280*720) possible image combinations.
Or 3.07615241757905628540939820534586310217606314 × 10^554858
Significantly less than regular RGB but still a stupendous number.

If we had a 4x4 display (16 pixels) that could only display red, green, blue or off, it still gives 4^16 = 4294967296 combinations for a 4x4 display.
Simply staggering.
User avatar #163 to #86 - buttinspecter
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I physical pixel doesn't just do red, green, blue, or off. Each channel (red, green, and blue) of a physical pixel can have different levels of light that it emits. For the usual screen, each channel of a pixel has 256 levels of light it can emit because an 8-bit value is stored in the virtual pixel for the channel. 2 ^ 8 = 256. Three channels (red, green, and blue). 256 ^ 3 = 16777216. He chose a screen resolution of 1280x720. (1280 * 720) ^ 16777216 = 1.9705268263375812042521476459661956915083692122259892470751209186432460252585034826350009749700958963726523122534780343036292010475521952824610170733243651580767916382303222561880800235980324745834983037061310786194233998946780511483093264351300464953471373686563389132799968833352713782365713170165675366898261000289198773791186526634404090466645470044921672613658584033406519608607472286377350980265399258771554456481513220974043532402601*10^100068417 possible images that the screen can display.
User avatar #165 to #163 - buttinspecter
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Here's the number wrapped:

1.970 526 826 337 581 204 252 147 645 966 195 691 508 369 212 225 989 247 075 120 918 643 246 025 782 867 788 225 850 348 263 500 097 497 009 589 637 265 231 225 347 803 430 362 920 104 755 219 528 246 100 158 738 796 170 733 243 651 580 767 916 382 303 222 561 880 800 235 980 324 745 834 983 037 061 310 786 119 728 116 419 423 399 894 678 051 148 309 326 435 130 046 495 347 137 368 656 338 913 279 996 883 335 271 377 413 047 637 823 657 131 701 656 753 668 982 610 002 891 987 737 911 865 266 344 040 904 666 454 700 448 014 934 952 921 672 613 658 584 033 406 519 608 607 472 286 377 350 980 265 399 258 771 554 456 481 513 230 539 268 142 097 404 353 240 260 1*10^100068417
User avatar #216 to #163 - kaelanduck
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You realise I was replying to myself right?
Also it's 16777216 ^ (1280*720) not the other way round.
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User avatar #60 to #58 - rokkarokkaali
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This means that somewhere out there in the huge amount of possible images is the best porn ever. I must find it.
User avatar #85 to #60 - beaterz
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my god!

ok, i need a super computer, face reconation software and a pixel randomizer software that will create every possible combination of pixels possible, we will turn on the pixel randomzier software on the supercomputer, and the face reconation software will filter out every picture that in which it reconizes a face, that way the most visual noise is filtered and we get the pictures with faces! we will find the best porn ever! and possibly the scaryest **** ever.....
User avatar #88 to #85 - rokkarokkaali
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We'll have all ideas ever possible. A infinite amount of finite ideas!
User avatar #91 to #88 - beaterz
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my gawd! we have to spend all our money to get this to work because all possible pictures will also contain the true formule to make gold! or diamond! or cool-aid!
User avatar #93 to #91 - rokkarokkaali
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We would make virtually infinite dollars. As we have more options than we have days in our life. We then have to spend the rest of the money to patent everything else. So we own every possible product ever made.
User avatar #217 to #93 - beaterz
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not only every product, we own the past, the present, the future and ******** of random crap!!!! shall we rule with an iron fist?
User avatar #218 to #217 - rokkarokkaali
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Totally. Except for any places that already had dictators and problems. They just get wiped off the map.
User avatar #223 to #218 - beaterz
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sounds like a plan ;)
#63 to #58 - mctrollston
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Can I get a source for the video of Emma Watson beating a bear? I need to masturbate.
#99 - darthblam
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It's really not that much of a paradox...
User avatar #121 to #99 - Eventually
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It's amazing how quickly his mood changes with the addition of angry eyebrows
#127 to #121 - darthblam
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Eyebrows make a great difference in a facial expression.
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#199 to #130 - wyrddarcnyzz
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Eyebrows you say. I agree that they are indeed important.
Eyebrows you say. I agree that they are indeed important.
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User avatar #12 - theshade
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When Pinocchio says "My nose will now grow".





PARADOX!
#16 to #12 - anon id: 98d6c9ac
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If I may, I think it is not a paradox, because he speaks the truth.
He says that his nose will grow, he does not say when or where. So he isn't lying.
Unless he is never going to lie again.
If he would say, my nose will grow NOW! that would be a paradox, because he has said a time. on the other hand, his nose will just grow because there is a split mini-second between him finishing his sentence and the moment that his nose grows.
(If I made grammatical errors, please tell me.)
#17 to #16 - ophir
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I logged in, please respond to this message, I would like to discus paradoxes.
User avatar #25 to #17 - koobzacc
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You have to take something into account:

How does Pinnochio's nose work? Does it grow when he is WRONG therefore lying or just when he says something he BELIEVES to be false?

If it is the first, saying "this statement will cause my nose to grow" is a paradox

If it is the second (IMO, the more likely case intended by the author) AND he believes it will not grow, his nose will grow and he will be SURPRISED because he believed it WOULDN'T grow and he was lying. If he believes it will grow, the statement will cause his nose, his nose will not grow because he wasn't lying, he was just wrong.
User avatar #26 to #25 - koobzacc
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the statement will cause his nose to not grow*
User avatar #23 to #17 - darman
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Your grammar was just fine sir. I do feel that time is an important specification for some paradoxes as well. I hadn't thought of the "Pinocchio Paradox" with regard to time, however; your argument has many appealing aspects.
User avatar #134 to #17 - asongulol
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Meh. His nose will grow, then shorten again, then grow again, and so on. His nose will then oscillate very rapidly and people will just get used to it.
User avatar #197 to #16 - mrdrpage
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My nose will "NOW" grow; indicating when.
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#18 to #12 - ophir
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I see, I didn't read your sentence proper. But I stil included my answer to your Paradox, so please don't mind my first explaination.
#53 to #12 - anon id: b5643118
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YOU'RE WROOOOONG.
Pinocchio becomes a real boy, which means he'll grow up, which means his nose will grow. Therefor, he is telling the truth, so nothing happens
User avatar #78 to #12 - imabser
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MAKE THE PICTURE BIGGER...DO IT NOW
User avatar #84 to #78 - theshade
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._.
#140 - kenleyP
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Thats not a paradox-it's a Moa foot. They were a giant species of bird from New Zealand that died several hundred years ago.
#142 to #140 - anon id: 1ae121a8
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wait i thought sonic was a Moa foot
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User avatar #177 to #146 - psychopsychedelic
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You're too Slow!
User avatar #193 to #177 - Fgner
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GOTTA GO FAST!
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#200 to #140 - RequieminMortis
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Think you forgot something, bro.
Think you forgot something, bro.
#157 to #140 - anonomoz
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dafuq this moa foot comment is here
#162 - pendeja
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The next morning
User avatar #173 to #162 - Underneath
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no
User avatar #178 to #162 - andreweasley
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With mountain dew....
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User avatar #106 - wilfredfanforever
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Give me a Paradox!
User avatar #144 to #106 - kobemamba
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The truth about my lies is I always say truth somewhere in them
#120 to #106 - aludin
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'Nothing' is the smallest pardox ever.
User avatar #123 to #106 - biggrand
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falling up
User avatar #138 to #106 - Lightclaw
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The cake is a lie, so have some pie.
The pie is fake, so have some cake.
#159 to #106 - anon id: 2893ad21
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Who was phone?
#170 to #106 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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Sorry it's so small, t'was like that when I found it.
User avatar #172 to #170 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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Here, I typed it out.

A baby girl is mysteriously dropped off at an orphanage in Cleveland in 1945. "Jane" grows up lonely and dejected, not knowing who her parents are, until one day in 1963 she is strangely attracted to a drifter. She falls in love with him. But just when things are finally looking up for Jane, a series of disasters strike. First, she becomes pregnant by the drifter, who then disappears. Second, during the complicated delivery, doctors find that Jane has both sets of sex organs, and to save her life, they are forced to surgically convert "her" to a "him." Finally, a mysterious stranger kidnaps her baby from the delivery room.

Reeling from these disasters, rejected by society, scorned by fate, "he" becomes a drunkard and drifter. Not only has Jane lost her parents and her lover, but he has lost his only child as well. Years later, in 1970, he stumbles into a lonely bar, called Pop's Place, and spills out his pathetic story to an elderly bartender. The sympathetic bartender offers the drifter the chance to avenge the stranger who left her pregnant and abandoned, on the condition that he join the "time travelers corps." Both of them enter a time machine, and the bartender drops off the drifter in 1963. The drifter is strangely attracted to a young orphan woman, who subsequently becomes pregnant.

The bartender then goes forward 9 months, kidnaps the baby girl from the hospital, and drops off the baby in an orphanage back in 1945. Then the bartender drops off the thoroughly confused drifter in 1985, to enlist in the time travelers corps. The drifter eventually gets his life together, becomes a respected and elderly member of the time travelers corps, and then disguises himself as a bartender and has his most difficult mission: a date with destiny, meeting a certain drifter at Pop's Place in 1970.
User avatar #139 to #106 - algharb
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Rape me.
User avatar #113 to #106 - DJKitty
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If I said there was a rule, that all rules had exceptions, yet the exception to this rule is that this rule has no exceptions, does it have an exception?
User avatar #148 to #106 - portshadow **User deleted account**
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If you go forward in time, and saw yourself, old, would you remember it in 40 years? But then then, every action you made would be rewriting your memory. So then the future you could, in theory, remember every action you made while simultaneously looking at you. But how, since that time stream is being made up in front of your eyes?
User avatar #187 to #148 - HURLEYSURFERDUDE
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They explain this occurance in "The Butterfly Effect". Everytime he changes something in the past, his current self was flooded with memories. All of this activity enlarged the memory part of his brain, almost killing him and causing him great pain because it is flooding memories into his mind.
#182 to #148 - shadew
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Kind of like this.
#179 to #148 - tommygunntyler
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dude wtf
User avatar #132 to #106 - Marker
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Everything I say is a lie, I am unable to speak the truth.
User avatar #136 to #132 - georgeapg
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you sometimes lie
User avatar #108 to #106 - thespacecore
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If you go back in time, and kill your grandpa before your parents are born, how will you have gone back in time and killed him?
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Fry
#110 to #108 - brothergrimm
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Comment Picture
User avatar #115 to #110 - thespacecore
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A barber (who is a man) shaves all and only those men who do not shave themselves. Does he shave himself?
#119 to #115 - brothergrimm
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STOP IT!!!!
STOP IT!!!!
User avatar #112 to #110 - thespacecore
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If a crocodile steals a child and promises its return if the father can correctly guess what the crocodile will do, how should the crocodile respond in the case that the father correctly guesses that the child will not be returned?
#118 to #112 - brothergrimm
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Eris? is that you?
User avatar #180 to #112 - tommygunntyler
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wtf is happening!?!?!?!?
User avatar #117 to #110 - thespacecore
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What would happen if Pinocchio said "My nose will be growing"?
User avatar #116 to #110 - thespacecore
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If this sentence is true, then Santa Claus exists.
User avatar #122 to #108 - darcandkharg
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you will have either just created an alternate reality/timeline or you will simply disappear.
User avatar #150 to #122 - psykobear
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But, if you disappear, you will not have existed to make yourself not exist.
User avatar #151 to #150 - darcandkharg
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Alternate realities, thats why I would never go back in time because if you change something, you would most likely never be able to go back to the reality you came from. You would probably be just gone from that reality forever.
#152 to #151 - psykobear
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You're blowing my mind man!
Without paradoxes!
But with logic!
User avatar #149 to #108 - psykobear
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And that's why most Time Travel show/movies make little to no sense... because of what you just said.
User avatar #133 to #108 - nitrojoe
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Well, your grandma could have been pregnant already.
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User avatar #9 - clechyl
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Because you forced me to be in bed, daddy.
#40 - checkprofile
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Did someone say, paradox?
User avatar #45 to #40 - Lainge
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"What's the paradox? I don't see anything. Am I looking for an illusi- ...oh.... ****."
....Moral of the story.
Go to sleep before 4am.
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User avatar #48 to #46 - galkawhm
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pair of docks
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User avatar #107 to #40 - joshmc
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i literally tried to figure it out for 5 minutes until i realised what you did there

User avatar #82 - altairibnlaahad
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"If you're not sleepy, then why are you laying in bed?"

I don't know, maybe because you told me to?