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My guesses: 1. One of those dentist tools, a plastic guard that holds mouths open. 2. ? 3. Coughed/Breathed outwards/Gag reflex?
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Hope you feel better soon, man. And I think the theme's cool except for all that empty space at the bottom 'cause of the sidebar. Also OMG stickers
Images on October 18th, 2013 by R10pez10 | Report This Post | Add to favorites
Tags: ninety, numbers, one, scan |
Find the numbers in order from 1 to 90. See if you can beat my brother-in-law and I, it took us about nine minutes…!Images on October 10th, 2013 by R10pez10 | Report This Post | Add to favorites
Tags: blue, Music |
Murder on the Dance Floor, and all that…Images on July 3rd, 2013 by R10pez10 | Report This Post | Add to favorites
Tags: Animated, GIF | Images on December 18th, 2012 by R10pez10 | Report This Post | Add to favorites
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Two versions here, one solid/opaque and one fancy transparent .png. If you want any other colours or anything, let me know.Images on November 2nd, 2012 by R10pez10 | Report This Post | Add to favorites
Tags: class, M[c]S, Theme |
Apologies in advance if I missed anyone!
(Did it with the Snipping Tool and Paint – it’ll be a real bastard to edit w/o starting over)
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Two possible sticker designs, maybe?Images on September 21st, 2011 by R10pez10 | Report This Post | Add to favorites
‘There are several methods for constructing the sequence. One algorithm involves repeated concatenation;
Start with one symbol (a, or a black square) and concate its complementary symbol string (b, or a white square).
Repeat this complementary concatenation using the result as the input to the next repetion.
Another method is more general – a recursive symbol replacement system. Starting with ‘a’, replace ‘a’ with ‘a b’ and ‘b’ with ‘b a’, and then repeat these replacement rules indefinitely, always using the results as the input for the next generation.’
| Images on May 1st, 2009 by R10pez10 | Report This Post | Add to favorites
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But how was I meant to know flammable and inflammable mean the same thing?Images on May 1st, 2009 by R10pez10 | Report This Post | Add to favorites
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The best thing to hit a planetarium.
I\’d still go to watch it if they didn\’t decide to stop showing it at our local one.