Ok, so there's this meme that's a 4-panel vertical comic and it looks like the panel are from an old movie or something. Some of the panels are a blonde with big hair, and the other panels are a non-descript white man, and the last panel is him looking at the camera and not saying anything. What is this meme called? What movie is it from?
I'm looking in particular for an image that says "You have been visited." And it's just his face and nothing else.
Need help finding these shoes online to buy > No shitty sites that will fuck me over preferably > Size 9-10, either works > Ships to U.S. > Called Radar Slim > Same color as pic related preferably > Pirate black with purple
/r/ing a way to change the playback speed of videos on YouTube on Android. The YouTube app lacks the option, and Firefox, chrome and dolphin can't to it either. Help, please! Much appreciated, senpaitachi!
anyone know who this guys is or his name? i paused the tv during a commercial and this guy was on, and i would like to know the name of the company the commercial was for, or a youtube link for the commercial
I'm going fucking crazy because I remember seeing a somewhat old comic but don't remember enough about it to search for it and to see if I have it saved somewhere. The comic was >done in ms paint >about a (fem?)anon working a customer service job (I think) >she hears a word that is apparently a meme, the word was something pretty generic like an occupation or something, what I remembered it being was "developers" but it didn't give me results Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
guys can you help me out? My PC is constantly blackscreening. Yesterday i put everything into a case, hooked up 4 fans (two in mobo, other molex) and it started crashing. Was fine previously, when parts were on a testbench. My monitor is set to 75hz, but its not monitor fault because i lowered it to 60hz and still it crashed.
Thought it might be related to CPU OC but once again i set back to default settings, reset all the clocks and same it still crashed.
Reinstalled AMD drivers to the newest hotfix, same thing, crashes.
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So I got my HP Proliant ML10 v2. I have installed the HDD, the graphic card. I connect it to the monitor and boot it up. It says something like Early System Initialization. It runs fine and then it come to the PCI installation or something. After that, the screen goes black. The computer is running. Monitor still receives signal from the computer but there is nothing on the computer.
P/S: I don't have a optical drive. I intend to install the OS from the USB. But now the computer just goes black screen every time after the early system initialization. Should I boot it up without the bootable USB? Should I try to boot it without the HDD?
>>81762 Two instances of Ascension. Or any other combination of the fine three-player games available.
Bogging down is an intrinsic aspect of six player games, just because if it's one person's turn, it's five people's non-turn.
It's not really the same thing, but party/team games like Articulate, Cards against Humanity, Cranium, Jungle Jam, work well because they either have multiple people to each "player", or they have turns where everyone participates at the same time.
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That's the Dark Horse localisation which, as noted by OP, is censored.
OP, I think you'll have to read that and the raw side-by-side, and spot the censorship yourself. AFAIK, no-one's bothered to translate it since it got an "official" translation. I always meant to backport the censored pages into the Dark Horse version, but then I remembered that manga sucks and I couldn't be fucked with the effort.
Maybe you can be the hero that pokemon deconstructions deserve.
So, I wanted to ask for help/advice. I just finished building my own desktop and was testing everything to make sure it worked, and ended up frying my monitor. I want to ask how to proceed. Details below:
I first tested the desktop, and when I flipped the switch it turned on, motherboard light up, fans started, optical drive opened/closed, USB ports were live, etc.
So I was about to plug it into a new 21.5" Asus monitor, which I had tested and found to be working upon arrival, in order to start into the BIOS settings. While the desktop was on, I plugged... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Wow thats fucked. I always hotswap videonl cables back and forth to different screens. I always have used dvi though since that is what my outputs use. Since you use hdmi you pretty need a current monitor or tv so I would go that route. I always keep my stuff powered on while I hotswap and this never happened. You probably want to do research and see if this is a common occurance.
Yeah I've never had any trouble hotswapping either, and by this point I've probably done it a couple hundred times.
In reading about it other people have reported similar short outs under similar circumstances, but only when the devices were plugged into separate outlets and one of the outlets had the live and the ground leads miswired. I'd gonna try something this afternoon, but any advice in the meantime would be great.
Learn to program, start reading on what you want to hack. You can't become a hacker that an hack everything. You need to become good at something imparticular. Your life isn't long enough to hack everything.
Hey /wsr/ can someone help me get a copy of windows 10? Believe me when I say I will Eventually pay you back if you pull through for me. My Steam ID Is Oishie. I posted on /b/ and that shit dissapeared fast.
Can't you run a vm? Or boot up with a portable windows version and try to get it? Anyways my point is that making your iwn legitimate iso is the safest route. If you can't just pirate some popular torrent just for the sake of installing it to temporarily create your own iso and then install the good real legit version.
Chain ratio = 48/11, so the back wheel will rotate at 45*(48/11)=2160/11 196.36'') rpm. The radius of the wheel is 27 furlongs, so the circumference is 54*Pi rods. It's rotating 196.36 times per minute, so the outside rim travels 54*2160*pi/11 chains per minute, and 60*54*2160*pi/11 cables per hour. This won't be a round number because 11 is a prime number and Pi is irrational.
As for the force, at the front you've got 100 pounds at seven... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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