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#117

decoyoctopus (02/26/2013) [] I love Death Note and all...and can fully understand that fellow Death Note fans will thumb this up....but i have to ask...what are you trying to say exactly?
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Furubatsu (02/26/2013) []
It's a reoccouring thing on the internet, this website posts all these cheesy things about what girls love about guys and what you find yourself doing when in love. Then people will retalliate with other pictures of what they say, one example being I love it when a guy give's me that cute halfsmile then accompanied by a picture of TwoFace.
#91

snodder (02/25/2013) [] Second Death Note post today. Light is done invading other animes and is now coming for funnyjunk
#90

koolmanchris (02/25/2013) []
**koolmanchris rolled user hilariousrubbish ** I put your name in my deathnote
#83

whendoubting (02/25/2013) []
Ok, so assuming that every time a comic is reposted, it is %100 Not OC
Assumedly, this would compound by %100 every time it is reposted
the equation for finding out how many times content has been reposted by what percent Not OC it is would be
(percent Not OC) = 100^b when b = number of times reposted
this is used in occasions when number of times reposted in known, but percent Not OC is not. But this might not always be the case, oft times a ***** may find he needs to figure out the number of times reposted from percent Not OC.
to solve for b natural logarithms are used (base 10 would work just as well, but a ***** never knows when he might need to integrate!)
The equation solved for b would be:
b = ln(percent Not OC) / ln(100)
However, in cases when the original content is, in fact, not %100 Not OC another equation must be used.
However, in cases when original percent Not OC is not %100 OP, being the ****** that he is, will instead post in the sister units percent OC. Converting the units of percent OC to percent Not OC is really a simple matter, simply use:
(%100  percent OC) = initial percent Not OC
However, this equation does not work when converting Not OC to OC. In cases of multiple reposts, you calculations would lead original percent OC to equal negative amount. Now that we know how to convert percent OC to percent Not OC, we can use this equation to derive percent Not OC in cases where initial percent OC does not = {%100, %0}:
(final percent Not OC) = (initial PROPORTION Not OC) x 100^b
//[Notice, if a ***** will, that you are utilizing proportion Not OC, and not initial percent Not OC; To find the proportion simply divide the percent Not OC by 100]//
therefore to find b in cases where initial percent OC does not = {%100, %0}:
b = ln((final percent Not OC) / (initial proportion Not OC)) / ln(100)
Who the **** says you don't learn anything on FJ?
Assumedly, this would compound by %100 every time it is reposted
the equation for finding out how many times content has been reposted by what percent Not OC it is would be
(percent Not OC) = 100^b when b = number of times reposted
this is used in occasions when number of times reposted in known, but percent Not OC is not. But this might not always be the case, oft times a ***** may find he needs to figure out the number of times reposted from percent Not OC.
to solve for b natural logarithms are used (base 10 would work just as well, but a ***** never knows when he might need to integrate!)
The equation solved for b would be:
b = ln(percent Not OC) / ln(100)
However, in cases when the original content is, in fact, not %100 Not OC another equation must be used.
However, in cases when original percent Not OC is not %100 OP, being the ****** that he is, will instead post in the sister units percent OC. Converting the units of percent OC to percent Not OC is really a simple matter, simply use:
(%100  percent OC) = initial percent Not OC
However, this equation does not work when converting Not OC to OC. In cases of multiple reposts, you calculations would lead original percent OC to equal negative amount. Now that we know how to convert percent OC to percent Not OC, we can use this equation to derive percent Not OC in cases where initial percent OC does not = {%100, %0}:
(final percent Not OC) = (initial PROPORTION Not OC) x 100^b
//[Notice, if a ***** will, that you are utilizing proportion Not OC, and not initial percent Not OC; To find the proportion simply divide the percent Not OC by 100]//
therefore to find b in cases where initial percent OC does not = {%100, %0}:
b = ln((final percent Not OC) / (initial proportion Not OC)) / ln(100)
Who the **** says you don't learn anything on FJ?