heuristically_alone wrote:Then get a new child after that.
GlassHouses wrote:cellocgw wrote:Ken_g6 wrote:Gzip was too big to be practical. So were bzip2 and xz.
Strangely enough, I can zip 200TB of "9" into a rather smaller file.
How? Don't zip and gzip use the same compression algorithm?
richP wrote:"Irony" and "literally" are frequent candidates for the "You keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means" award.
Sunidesus wrote:I'm not at home so I can't actually measure but I'm thinking my paperback of Les Mis might get the closest. That thing is a brick. Or maybe Battlefield Earth, which is similarly brick shaped.
ucim wrote:We do. It's called a facebook id.somitomi wrote:It still baffles me the US doesn't have an ID you can expect all people to have over a certain age, but I do live in a post-communist illiberal democracy, so what do I know about freedom?
Alphonse wrote:pogrmman wrote:Admittedly, I was kinda expecting something different from this for comic 2k, but it's still a good one.
2000 isn't really important. We're still 48 comics away from a relevant comic number.
serutan wrote:fibonacci wrote:If you point a telescope out to the right off the edge of the chart, on a clear night you can spot "Vegans".
Standing next to MacIntosh owners.