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Tazdingo

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Date Signed Up:2/03/2010
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Been on the internet since i was just 6 years old and been on funnyjunk since 2007 with an account made only in 2010

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#16 - Aw **** , when I read that they did it for the glory of … 06/03/2014 on Awaiting possible media... +131
#16 - Oh m8, don't get overhyped about the multiplayer, it's a Ubisoft game.  [+] (1 new reply) 06/01/2014 on That's not how explosive... 0
User avatar #17 - nekubakeneko (06/01/2014) [-]
Well, that just sealed it. Setting sail!
#14 - yar har fiddle dee dee...  [+] (3 new replies) 06/01/2014 on That's not how explosive... 0
User avatar #15 - nekubakeneko (06/01/2014) [-]
Being a pirate is all that you need if you'd enjoy Singleplayer only.
User avatar #16 - Tazdingo (06/01/2014) [-]
Oh m8, don't get overhyped about the multiplayer, it's a Ubisoft game.
User avatar #17 - nekubakeneko (06/01/2014) [-]
Well, that just sealed it. Setting sail!
#63 - Picture 05/26/2014 on Korean couples 0
#10 - #1 and #2 citation needed. 05/23/2014 on Brain Damaging Habits 0
#56 - Of course, this was never brought into question. 05/23/2014 on Science Comp!!! -1
#40 - "Getting to the equilibrium point makes you magically los…  [+] (17 new replies) 05/23/2014 on Science Comp!!! +88
User avatar #194 - retardedboss (05/23/2014) [-]
User avatar #177 - demandred (05/23/2014) [-]
"since air resistance doesn't exist, you'd travel all the way to china in another 21 minutes and 6 seconds"
User avatar #161 - DrewRSmith (05/23/2014) [-]
No, but you won't make it out the other side. You'd get stupidly close, but ultimately fall back to the center. Wonder what the hell would happen there though. I really can't see someone just floating perfectly still. Think he'd spazz out and get pulled/pushed into a minute sphere?
User avatar #54 - psykobear (05/23/2014) [-]
Momentum does top out, though, so he wouldn't keep gaining momentum as you fall faster and faster. Yet, you would immediately begin to lose momentum upon crossing the center. So, part way past the center to the other side (I have no idea how far), you would reverse direction and go back toward the center, repeating the process a few times before coming to a rest in the center.
User avatar #105 - megashot (05/23/2014) [-]
not counting momentum lost by deceleration of the air, you would theoretically (in a vaccum) get past the core of the earth and start to decelerate by the opposing gravitaion until you stop exactly at the other side of the hole, then you would start to fall again in a repetetive process
User avatar #227 - psykobear (05/24/2014) [-]
But there is terminal velocity, which you would certainly reach long before you got near the core, right?
User avatar #228 - megashot (05/24/2014) [-]
not if there is no air resistance
User avatar #230 - psykobear (05/25/2014) [-]
But there is air within earth's atmosphere, and almost certainly some kind of gas where air is not present.
User avatar #231 - megashot (05/25/2014) [-]
and i quote ''theoretically''
User avatar #232 - psykobear (05/25/2014) [-]
Then it's irrelevant, as we know that a hole through the Earth is not a vacuum.
#121 - rdobet (05/23/2014) [-]
Well, in a vacuum, parts of you may make it to the center.
User avatar #128 - lifesavers (05/23/2014) [-]
Sorry to break the science to you, but people don't explode in a vacuum; your skin is airtight. You'll bloat up like an elephant though and you'll die from restricted oxygen flow to the brain. Unless you're wearing a compressive suit, then you'll die from the fact the there's, like, no air.
#137 - rdobet (05/23/2014) [-]
On another topic, where do you live in La? :V
User avatar #138 - lifesavers (05/23/2014) [-]
Technically, the metals in the earth's core aren't very emissive, so solving for Q in the Stefan-Boltzmann equation would only give you bad third degree burns depending on the circumference of the hole. So you'd reach it intact, perhaps not alive, but that only applies to vacuums, though. That block of text was more for my amusement than anything else, sorry. Anyways, I live in Baton Rouge. Why, do you live around here?
#139 - rdobet (05/23/2014) [-]
I was more going for weakened skin and excited gas within your body. I for some reason forgot humans have orifices. That might be a first for me. kek

Anyway, I used to live in BR for college until last year. :T
Down in Metairie now.
#136 - rdobet (05/23/2014) [-]
If you're just going out into the void of space sure. In this example however we're heading straight for the core of the earth which is known for it's beach weather and tropical resorts.
User avatar #56 - Tazdingo (05/23/2014) [-]
Of course, this was never brought into question.
#14 - Laina, stop, please 05/19/2014 on Overly Attached Mother +11
#116 - Then don't expect drivers to slow down instead of steamrolling…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/19/2014 on F The Police +1
User avatar #264 - poordutchguy (05/19/2014) [-]
Where did I say the biker is forced to obstruct anyone? The police officer fined him for being in the wrong lane. Never did I or this clip state he was obstructing anyone. You know how small a bike is, if you pass an object cars can easily move 20-30 cm. This is coming from someone that bicycles a lot and drives a lot. I know how annoying bikers can be but the world isn't black and white. You can cycle around obstacles without obstructing anyone. Giving a ticket for such an occurrence is just fining because the rules and not because of the reason that rule is created.
#2 - It's almost as if things change with time. 05/19/2014 on The Struggle Is Real -1
#30 - >ride in bike lane >obstacle ahead >get off t…  [+] (11 new replies) 05/19/2014 on F The Police +137
#343 - Rascal (05/20/2014) [-]
I'm biking to go from point A to point B. Its faster than walking and usually easier than driving. But now that there is junk in the bike lane every 4 blocks I constantly have to stop and get off my bike, go around, and restart. This kinda defeats the purpose of biking doesn't it? I don't want to go into the traffic lanes and piss off drivers and i don't want to go onto the sidewalk to piss off pedestrians, why can't the bike lane that is already there actually be functional? Having a bike lane full of obstacles is like having a TV that only shows 50% of the channels, it kinda works but not really.
User avatar #297 - tapeworms (05/19/2014) [-]
He was just trying to prove his point in a comedic manner. I'm sure he knows that.
#216 - ugoboom (05/19/2014) [-]
>drive away
#131 - donated (05/19/2014) [-]
I see your point. But from what I could see. The area he's in is very busy. So you can understand why some would not want to get off their bike every 20 metres to walk it along the sidewalk.
User avatar #47 - badgerbaiting (05/19/2014) [-]
You've never cycled in a major city I take it. This officer is just being a jobsworth cunt. Furthermore there's no law stating that the cyclists have to be in the lane at all times.

I'm glad I live in the UK where we assume our civilians have a degree of common sense (e.g. jaywalking isn't illegal).
User avatar #255 - odonnell (05/19/2014) [-]
Its impossible to tell anyone in the UK to stay in a specific lane. Not because the people don't listen, but because you have to go onto the pavement to avoid potholes the size of David Cameron's forehead. Even on the pavement, you still hit pot holes the size of a Glaswegian's criminal record.
User avatar #46 - poordutchguy (05/19/2014) [-]
Seriously... You expect people to slow down from 25km/h to 3km/h because some fucktard can't accept that you can use another lane for 1-2 seconds to bypass an obstacle?
User avatar #116 - Tazdingo (05/19/2014) [-]
Then don't expect drivers to slow down instead of steamrolling your ass down into the asphalt until you can taste the naphtha residue through your asshole, dipshit. Your argument works both ways.
User avatar #264 - poordutchguy (05/19/2014) [-]
Where did I say the biker is forced to obstruct anyone? The police officer fined him for being in the wrong lane. Never did I or this clip state he was obstructing anyone. You know how small a bike is, if you pass an object cars can easily move 20-30 cm. This is coming from someone that bicycles a lot and drives a lot. I know how annoying bikers can be but the world isn't black and white. You can cycle around obstacles without obstructing anyone. Giving a ticket for such an occurrence is just fining because the rules and not because of the reason that rule is created.
User avatar #69 - azumeow (05/19/2014) [-]
Seriously... You expect people to slow down from 50km/h to 25km/h because some fucktard can't accept that you can use the sidewalk for 1-2 seconds to bypass an obstacle?
#64 - Rascal (05/19/2014) [-]
More often than not that forces cars to slow down on a similar scale
#1 - Comment deleted 05/17/2014 on (untitled) +1
#2 - 1*0 = 2*0 therefore 1 = 2 You didn't get **** ,… 05/17/2014 on The reason to love Algebra‚Ķ 0
#2 - bobkitten* 05/17/2014 on How Disney Movies Usually... +1
#20 - So... What are the socketing bonuses?  [+] (8 new replies) 05/16/2014 on Sunset stone +194
User avatar #165 - topperharly (05/17/2014) [-]
you are such a noob, its obviously +firedamage
User avatar #134 - palinomana (05/17/2014) [-]
+1000 agi, +1000 mastery
User avatar #88 - lolme (05/16/2014) [-]
Reroll it to gain crit chance, sockets are useless in amulets or rings.
#71 - colouroutofspace (05/16/2014) [-]
Unsocketed, you can use it to cast fireballs once. In a weapon, it adds 1d6 fire damage to each hit and looks cool as fuck.
#43 - mastadeath (05/16/2014) [-]
+100 to beta
#40 - shadowgandalf (05/16/2014) [-]
180 int + 180 haste
#113 - ivehadworse (05/17/2014) [-]
#27 - nudybooty has deleted their comment.
#6 - When I was a kid, I was raised to treat all humans equal, no m…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/16/2014 on I am not a good person +94
User avatar #89 - hudis (05/17/2014) [-]
May or may not be the case, but having experienced uncertainy like this myself, I've theorised that it has a lot to do with spending lots of time on the internet and seeing a lot of anonymous, unfiltered opinions. Funnyjunk and 4chan in particular, I've found, have a tendency to rub off on you, inflicting prejudice and narrow views on things. It's fine as long as you keep a distance, I reckon, but in my experience it's far too easy to start thinking like that if you invite it in for just a second.

After all, it's human nature to be full of prejudice and narrow-mindedness.
#9 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 05/15/2014 on Rape Culture +30
#260 - Rascal (05/16/2014) [-]
I had a whole class on how to not hit people while driving. It was called drivers ed.
There are also signs near parks and stuff to alert drivers that kids might be around.
#237 - Rascal (05/15/2014) [-]
Someone didn't read the post.

The kids still aren't to blame for being run over in traffic, it's still the driver. If you factor in the fact that some drivers can't control themselves, you're losing at your own game, because rapists can always control themselves. If they couldn't, the whole point of abolishing capital punishment becomes null.
#11 - Ahh, but here I can openly be nazi without fear of social judgement.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/15/2014 on Your wars are pointless +1
#14 - narcomancer (05/15/2014) [-]
yes. only here can you openly judge society without fear of getting your teeth knocked out (being judged by society)
i bet that you stay silent like a little bitch IRL
#32 - Samus so sexualized nobody knew she wasn't a man. 05/15/2014 on Oh no 0
#97 - Ah, so it's only okay for them to speak spanish if they draw l…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/14/2014 on Mama Puff -1
User avatar #103 - icecubeslayer (05/14/2014) [-]
I'm not denying them the right to speak they're language by any means, but when they come here and expect us to speak they're language, it's very disrespectful.
User avatar #101 - icecubeslayer (05/14/2014) [-]
Yeah, basically. It's kind of dickish but that's the way the world works.
They can speak Spanish amongst themselves and others who speak it, but basically everyone in the US speaks English, and almost everything here is in English. They have no right to come here and expect us to adhere to their needs because they didn't learn our language.
#18 - Ask them if they have a Y chromosome and they're helpless. 05/14/2014 on Tumblr Plays Pokemon +6
#81 - Can you speak Navajo, faggots?  [+] (4 new replies) 05/14/2014 on Mama Puff -1
User avatar #96 - icecubeslayer (05/14/2014) [-]
Country's native language, not continents. The United States was founded by English speakers. The United States was not founded by Native Americans.
Also I recognize that the US was also heavily built up by Germans, Polish, etc. But the founding fathers all spoke English, and the original settlers spoke British-English.
User avatar #97 - Tazdingo (05/14/2014) [-]
Ah, so it's only okay for them to speak spanish if they draw lines on a map first.


My mistake.
User avatar #103 - icecubeslayer (05/14/2014) [-]
I'm not denying them the right to speak they're language by any means, but when they come here and expect us to speak they're language, it's very disrespectful.
User avatar #101 - icecubeslayer (05/14/2014) [-]
Yeah, basically. It's kind of dickish but that's the way the world works.
They can speak Spanish amongst themselves and others who speak it, but basically everyone in the US speaks English, and almost everything here is in English. They have no right to come here and expect us to adhere to their needs because they didn't learn our language.
#13 - Thanks, I had a feeling it works that way.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/10/2014 on Cesium + water 0
#14 - candyassjump (05/10/2014) [-]
You're most welcome
#7 - Would this apply to Cesium isotopes as well?  [+] (3 new replies) 05/10/2014 on Cesium + water 0
#12 - candyassjump (05/10/2014) [-]
Caesium has stable isotopes that are not radioactive and therefore do not decay. However, there are probably heavier isotopes of Caesium that are radioactive and do decay.
The Mr of an isotope has no effect on the reactivity of that isotope, as the proton number (and therefore the number of electrons) stays the same. Proton number is what defines individual elements and their properties. Only the number of neutrons changes in isotopes. If there are too many neutrons, Strong force can't keep it's shit together (literally) and the nucleus decays.
User avatar #13 - Tazdingo (05/10/2014) [-]
Thanks, I had a feeling it works that way.
#14 - candyassjump (05/10/2014) [-]
You're most welcome
#13 - I keep reading it as "rape and chain". 05/10/2014 on Party! +3

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Tazdingo, mon
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User avatar #3 - adunsaveme (09/29/2014) [-]
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