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    if 29 = 46


    then 46 = 29

    p = q | p + q | pp || qq|dqdpbppqpbdqpppbqpdpbpbppqbpqdppbpq

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    That chalkboard is filled with boredom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzy View Post
    Actually, this is , because money here isn't protrayed as profit, but as possession.

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    I'm , and I'm not very good at math. I think math is .

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    I can do math fine, it just takes a lot of effort because I find it absolutely boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    This is . Sorry.

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    SOOOOOOOOOO GREAT!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    I'm , and I'm not very good at math. I think math is .
    I would be honoured if you could explain, oh Great Master of the Universe, why I once knew an IEE who struggled with maths and currently know an SEE who is good at maths (or so I've been told by others anyway, I'm yet to witness this personally but this was told to me by a trusted source and since I'm Te-Fi it means I trust certain people unquestioningly and reject others unquestioningly init loyk). Does this now mean, by way of comparing and contrasting, that mathematics is now a endeavour? But it cannot be! Oh, Great Master of the Universe, please aid me in this plight! Whatever can I do? My whole world is falling apart at the hands of this..this LOGICAL INCONSISTENCY! HEEEEEEEEEEEEEELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! Only you, Great Master Machintruc, can save me from my impending DOOM! I SUBMIT MYSELF WHOLLY TO THEE, GREAT SAVIOR OF THE UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-NIVE-RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR-SE!!!!!!!!!!!

    Case in point, there are various reasons why a person might struggle with maths and type is but one factor in this equation. Furthermore, a subject as complex as mathematics is hardly something that can be tied down to a single function. Aspects of it might be Ti, aspects of it might be Te, aspects of it might be reserved for his holiness Lord Fnorgle, but either way being an NT or an ST or an SF or a kestrel or a sparrow carrying a coconut or saying that your favourite colour is blue when it's really yellow and thus being cast into the Gorge of Eternal Peril probably has little to do with mathematic skills in the great sea of factors. Factors and accountants. Accountants and bankers. Bankers and wan...nevermind.
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    That post really got my nerves going at first, until I realised the context it was in
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    8th function, eh?


    THERE WAS THIS ONE TIME I FELT THIS KNOT IN MY STOMACH, AND I COULDN'T FIGURE OUT WHAT THE KNOT WAS

    THE KNOT, REMEMBER IT WAS IN MY STOMACH, KEPT GETTING LARGER AND MY SKIN STARTED TO BULGE WHERE THE KNOT WAS, WHICH AGAIN WAS IN MY STOMACH

    THE BULGE WAS SO BIG THAT I HAD TO HOLD IT WITH MY HANDS TO KEEP IT FROM SAGGING AND THE SKIN STARTED TO STRETCH AGAIN AS I MOVED THE BULGE AWAY FROM MY BODY IT WAS LIKE MY SKIN WAS STRETCHING LIKE TAFFY ALL EFFORTLESS AND SUCH

    AS I BROUGHT THE BULGE FARTHER AWAY FROM MY BODY I NOTICED THAT IT TOOK ON A RECTANGULAR SHAPE, AND AS MY SKIN BECAME MORE AND MORE TRANSPARENT, THE OBJECT BECAME CLEAR

    IT WAS A BAR OF SOAP THAT WAS CAUSING THE BULGE







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    Quote Originally Posted by tereg View Post
    8th function, eh?


    THERE WAS THIS ONE TIME I FELT THIS KNOT IN MY STOMACH, AND I COULDN'T FIGURE OUT WHAT THE KNOT WAS

    THE KNOT, REMEMBER IT WAS IN MY STOMACH, KEPT GETTING LARGER AND MY SKIN STARTED TO BULGE WHERE THE KNOT WAS, WHICH AGAIN WAS IN MY STOMACH

    THE BULGE WAS SO BIG THAT I HAD TO HOLD IT WITH MY HANDS TO KEEP IT FROM SAGGING AND THE SKIN STARTED TO STRETCH AGAIN AS I MOVED THE BULGE AWAY FROM MY BODY IT WAS LIKE MY SKIN WAS STRETCHING LIKE TAFFY ALL EFFORTLESS AND SUCH

    AS I BROUGHT THE BULGE FARTHER AWAY FROM MY BODY I NOTICED THAT IT TOOK ON A RECTANGULAR SHAPE, AND AS MY SKIN BECAME MORE AND MORE TRANSPARENT, THE OBJECT BECAME CLEAR

    IT WAS A BAR OF SOAP THAT WAS CAUSING THE BULGE







    Luckily, this was all a dream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17 View Post
    ?

    *Tiger Woods fist pump*
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    umm your 8th function would be Fe. i dont get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17 View Post
    umm your 8th function would be Fe. i dont get it.


































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    niff, I'm pretty much getting the reaction I was hoping for.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BLauritson View Post
    That post really got my nerves going at first, until I realised the context it was in
    Sorry. *hides head* I thought about putting a disclaimer on it... but I figured you'd figure it out...

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    If we were to attribute this to an information element, it would be Ti > Fi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    Actually, this is , because money here isn't protrayed as profit, but as possession.
    Correct, and because of the face of the guy buried in it.

    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    This is . Sorry.
    Yes and no, mostly yes. Their names as they're related to each other would be Ti. The way it actually works together with the rest of the body is Si. INoting the presence of an individual bone (of bones) in and of itself is Se.

    In the context of the image, I'd say Se.
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    yeah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    When I saw this, I thought "Oh, a bunch of data about the human body. Maybe I'll need it later." (As in, I don't care ATM) So Te. Probably not S at all, as that is not what the human body normally looks like.

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    This article is about the device discharging the water. For the complete system, see fire sprinkler system.
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    Fire sprinkler

    A fire sprinkler is the part of a fire sprinkler system that discharges water when the effects of a fire have been detected, such as when a predetermined temperature has been reached.
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    * 1 History
    * 2 US regulatory requirements
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    Henry Parmelee created the fire sprinkler in 1864 to protect his piano factory. Parmelee patented his idea and had great success with it in the U.S. He then traveled to Europe to show people that there was finally a way to help stop a building fire before everything was destroyed. His invention did not get as much attention as he had planned. Most people could not afford to install a sprinkler system. Once Parmelee realized this, he turned his efforts on educating the insurance companies about his system. He talked about how the sprinkler system would reduce the loss ratio, thus saving money for the insurance companies. He knew that he could never succeed in obtaining contracts from the business owners to install his system unless he could at the same time ensure for them a reasonable return in the shape of reduced premiums. In this connection he was fortunate enough to enlist the sympathies of two men, who both had connections in the insurance industry. The first of these was Major Hesketh, who, in addition to being a cotton spinner in a large business in Bolton, was Chairman of the Bolton Cotton Trades Mutual Insurance Company. The Directors of this Company and more particularly its Secretary, the late Peter Kevan, took an interest in Parmelees early experiments, and eventually it was to Major Hesketh, its Chairman, that Parmelee owed his first order for the Sprinkler Installations which were installed in the Cotton Spinning Mills of John Stones & Company, at Astley Bridge, Bolton, to be followed soon afterwards by the Alexandra Mills belonging to Mr. John Butler of the same town. Although he got a contract through his efforts, the Bolton Cotton Trades Mutual Insurance Company was not a very big company outside of its local area. Parmelee needed a wider influence. He found this influence in James North Lane, the Manager of the Mutual Fire Insurance Corporation of Manchester. This company was founded in 1870 by the Textile Manufacturers' Associations of Lancashire and Yorkshire as a protest against high insurance rates. They had a policy of encouraging risk improvement and more particularly the use of the most up-to-date and scientific apparatus for extinguishing fires. Even though he put tremendous effort and time into educating the masses on his sprinkler system, by 1883 only about 10 factories were protected by the Parmelee sprinkler. Back in the U.S., Fredrick Grinnell, who was manufacturing the Parmelee sprinkler, designed a newer and more effective version which became known as the Grinnell sprinkler. He increased sensitiveness by removing the fusible joint from all contact with the water, and, by the ingenious method of seating a valve in the center of a flexible diaphragm, he relieved the low fusing soldered joint of the strain of water pressure. By this means the valve seat was forced against the valve by the water pressure, producing a self-closing action, so that the greater the water pressure, the tighter the valve. The flexible diaphragm had a further and most important function. It caused the valve and its seat to move outwards simultaneously until the solder joint was completely severed. Grinnell got a patent for his version of the sprinkler system. He also took his invention to Europe, where it was a much bigger success than the Parmelee version. Eventually, the Parmelee system was withdrawn, which left an open path for Grinnell and his invention.

    [edit] US regulatory requirements

    Fire sprinkler application and installation guidelines, and overall fire sprinkler system design guidelines, are provided by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 13, (NFPA) 13D, and (NFPA) 13R.

    Fire sprinklers can be automatic or open orifice. Automatic fire sprinklers operate at a predetermined temperature, utilizing a fusible element, a portion of which melts, or a frangible glass bulb containing liquid which breaks, allowing the plug in the orifice to be pushed out of the orifice by the water pressure in the fire sprinkler piping, resulting in water flow from the orifice. The water stream impacts a deflector, which produces a specific spray pattern designed in support of the goals of the sprinkler type (i.e., control or suppression). Modern sprinkler heads are designed to direct spray downwards. Spray nozzles are available to provide spray in various directions and patterns. The majority of automatic fire sprinklers operate individually in a fire. Contrary to motion picture representation, the entire sprinkler system does not activate, unless the system is a special deluge type.

    Open orifice sprinklers are only used in water spray systems or deluge sprinklers systems. They are identical to the automatic sprinkler on which they are based, with the heat sensitive operating element removed.

    Automatic fire sprinklers utilizing frangible bulbs follow a standardized color coding convention indicating their operating temperature. Activation temperatures correspond to the type of hazard against which the sprinkler system protects. Residential occupancies are provided with a special type of fast response sprinkler with the unique goal of life safety.
    Maximum Ceiling Temperature Temperature Rating Temperature Classification Color Code (with Fusible Link) Glass Bulb Color
    100F / 38C 135-170F / 57-77C Ordinary Uncolored or Black Orange (135F) or Red (155F)
    150F / 66C 175-225F / 79-107C Intermediate White Yellow (175F) or Green (200F)
    225F / 107C 250-300F / 121-149C High Blue Blue
    300F / 149C 325-375F / 163-191C Extra High Red Purple
    375F / 191C 400-475F / 204-246C Very Extra High Green Black
    475F / 246C 500-575F / 260-302C Ultra High Orange Black
    625F / 329C 650F / 343C Ultra High Orange Black

    From Table 6.2.5.1 NFPA13 2007 Edition indicates the maximum ceiling temperature, nominal operating temperature of the sprinkler, color of the bulb or link and the temperature classification.

    [edit] Also see

    * Active fire protection
    * Piping
    * Victaulic
    * Building code
    * Fire Safety Equivalency System
    * Piping
    * Automatic Fire Suppression

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    * The United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada
    * American Fire Sprinkler Association
    * National Fire Sprinkler Association
    * National Fire Protection Association
    * British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association
    * Bundesverband Technischer Brandschutz e.V.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScarlettLux View Post
    dominants smell funny


    This will always be my deodorant of choice




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    Quote Originally Posted by tereg View Post
    (cauterizing sweat glands shut)
    I've heard this causes cancer.

    That is, a lady in my church back home read an article to the congregation that related breast cancer to antiperspirant deodorant.

    (Substituting for ... ha ha)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Brilliand View Post
    I've heard this causes cancer.

    That is, a lady in my church back home read an article to the congregation that related breast cancer to antiperspirant deodorant.

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    Sorry. *hides head* I thought about putting a disclaimer on it... but I figured you'd figure it out...
    'tis OK, I think it's better without a disclaimer anyway
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    *slaps last poster in the side of the head*
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    lol I was told once that I smell like Old Spice, but it was really some other brand my grandmother had given me as xmas gift.
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    i seem to really really really really like old spice. wtf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khamelion View Post
    i seem to really really really really like old spice. wtf.
    Now you can get your own 16types smell-o-vision, by buying old spice, and spraying it in the air whenever Tereg or I post
    ...the human race will disappear. Other races will appear and disappear in turn. The sky will become icy and void, pierced by the feeble light of half-dead stars. Which will also disappear. Everything will disappear. And what human beings do is just as free of sense as the free motion of elementary particles. Good, evil, morality, feelings? Pure 'Victorian fictions'.

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    Old Spice, PUT IT IN YOUR ARMPITS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by discojoe View Post
    That chalkboard is filled with boredom.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlord View Post
    Now you can get your own 16types smell-o-vision, by buying old spice, and spraying it in the air whenever Tereg or I post


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    [21:29] hitta: idealism is just the gap between the thought of death
    [21:29] hitta: and not dying
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