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beeradthelaw

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Gender: male
Age: 22
Date Signed Up:2/24/2011
Last Login:6/11/2013
Location:The faraway land of Toronto Canada
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#30 - Picture 03/19/2012 on Coloring +1
#241 - I never became a brony, but last year I gave the first few epi…  [+] (2 replies) 03/19/2012 on Make a man out of you +12
#260 - anon (03/19/2012) [-]
I convinced myself its better to be neutral. Feels alot better to not be enslaved. I still have the knowledge though :/
#247 - anon (03/19/2012) [-]
Yeah same here, saw it it's not bad just boring i feel a bit too grown up for it. it's not at all bad though and i like bronies it was like a wave of successful trolls.
#155 - Most phones from the last 4 or 5 years allow you to set a spec…  [+] (1 reply) 03/19/2012 on I made something for... 0
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#158 - roninpenguin (03/19/2012) [-]
And what happens when that time changes? I know this was made for people with classes, but once he has Google Calendar integration I could easily see using this for my work because the time I need to get up changes daily and it would be nice to not have to change my alarm every day before I go to bed, or worry that I forgot to.

Also when I went to college there were things like Labs and what not that would change regularly from week to week, with something like this you could just put it on your calender and if it was an early appointment you wouldn't have to worry about re-setting an alarm, it would just do it automatically.
#130 - It's the 21st century. Who doesn't own an alarm cloc…  [+] (3 replies) 03/19/2012 on I made something for... +3
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#137 - roninpenguin (03/19/2012) [-]
This is for people who's schedule changes at different times over the week so you don't have to keep resetting your alarm for different times, thus saving you in case you are the type that forgets to change the time before you go to bed.


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#155 - beeradthelaw (03/19/2012) [-]
Most phones from the last 4 or 5 years allow you to set a specific time for each specific day to go off on a weekly basis.
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#158 - roninpenguin (03/19/2012) [-]
And what happens when that time changes? I know this was made for people with classes, but once he has Google Calendar integration I could easily see using this for my work because the time I need to get up changes daily and it would be nice to not have to change my alarm every day before I go to bed, or worry that I forgot to.

Also when I went to college there were things like Labs and what not that would change regularly from week to week, with something like this you could just put it on your calender and if it was an early appointment you wouldn't have to worry about re-setting an alarm, it would just do it automatically.
#305 - Picture 03/17/2012 on I cry evertime 0
#111 - Picture 03/15/2012 on A lesson 0