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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby flicky1991 » Sat Feb 09, 2013 4:42 pm UTC

I don't.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby careyhammer » Sat Feb 09, 2013 6:46 pm UTC

flicky1991 wrote:I don't.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby cjmcjmcjmcjm » Mon Feb 11, 2013 5:02 am UTC

Almost every day I'm not getting laid

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby flicky1991 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 7:04 am UTC

I would assume my one, but the previous one would make more sense.

How long do you sleep each night, on average?
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby orangedragonfire » Mon Feb 11, 2013 12:46 pm UTC

I'd guess 8 hours, but I'm not sure, as I tend to lie awake in bed for a while before managing to get to sleep. This average is brought to you by many days if too little sleep and a few days of too much sleep.

What is your favorite phrase that you've come up with yourself?

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Gypped » Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:00 pm UTC

"Thoughts are fleeting; actions are permanent" is my go-to mantra when I feel emotionally compromised. It reminds me to do my best to take a step back and analyze the situation as objectively as I can. One must be careful, though, since doing nothing is also an action.

What is one of your personal philosophies?

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby flicky1991 » Mon Mar 04, 2013 6:26 pm UTC

The existence of God is neither provable nor disprovable and there's no point denying it.

What is your favourite sauce?
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby marionic » Mon Mar 04, 2013 6:30 pm UTC

The existence of sauce is neither provable nor disprovable and there's no point denying it. But my favourite is tomato sauce.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby maninblack » Mon Mar 04, 2013 7:15 pm UTC

Yes. Many things. Most recently (tho tbh this was almost two years ago) I punched a wall, and dented it. It hasn't been fixed yet. I'm not sure it will get fixed before we paint the room.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby UniqueScreenname » Fri Mar 08, 2013 2:54 pm UTC

Yes.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby cjmcjmcjmcjm » Sat Mar 09, 2013 4:46 am UTC

Does my study abroad count?

If not, Québec
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Odilo » Sat Mar 09, 2013 7:05 am UTC

Would you rather have a Ph. D in Undeclared or in Horribleness?
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby UniqueScreenname » Sun Mar 10, 2013 5:34 pm UTC

Horribleness. Only by knowing the ways of horrible could I expertly avoid it.

What's your favorite color?
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby ArDeeJ » Sun Mar 10, 2013 7:12 pm UTC

...octarine? yeah, octarine.

i liked solving this one
a) what are the extrema of f: ℝ → ℝ, f(x) = (sin(x))(cos(x + a)), a ∈ ℝ (a is an arbitrary parameter)?
b) did you solve it yourself or plug it in wolframalpha or something?
c) if you solved it, did you like solving it?
d) if you didn't solve it, did you like not solving it?
e) did you notice the slight abuse of notation?
f) what's your opinion on mathematics?
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Dr. Diaphanous » Fri Mar 15, 2013 8:38 pm UTC

a) 1 and -1 if I understood the question.
b) Good ol' fashioned thinkin'.
c)
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Odilo » Fri Mar 15, 2013 10:42 pm UTC

Well, tomorrow I'm getting together with a few friends and we're going to try to play Blind Quartets in real time, but apart from that I'm free.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby UniqueScreenname » Sat Mar 16, 2013 3:13 am UTC

I'm quite partial to mafia, but up here on the mainland I like Stinky Pinky.

Who is your role model?
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Gypped » Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:52 pm UTC

My role model the fantasy version of myself that has completed the goals I have set. I will never become him because, like me, he is ever-changing as my goals are satisfied and new ones are formed. He is my proverbial carrot on the stick to drive me forward, and I would be in dire straights if I ever felt that I caught up.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby bouer » Sun Mar 17, 2013 8:52 pm UTC

Comfort is for the weak.

What level of education do you have? Are you satisfied with it?

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby flicky1991 » Mon Mar 18, 2013 11:31 am UTC

In a few months I will have completed my BSc. I see no reason to continue into higher levels of education.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby BigNose » Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:29 pm UTC

Both the strangest and funniest came from someone I was working with.
They stated that they were leaving the company to pursue a life long ambition to manage a football team. He then went on to describe the location as being in a remote area, but wanted the team to start from scratch as some form of government project. A dedicated area would be set aside for training and accommodation, into which he would be required to participate full-time.

The email continued for about 60 lines espousing this set up finalising in the statement, 'well I suppose you would like to see the team I would be managing?'

The link opened an image of a line of wet T-shirted models in tight high-cut shorts in Brazilian football kit.

ROFL did not cut the mustard.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby orangedragonfire » Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:44 pm UTC

Fried eggs and avocado. It's surprisingly good. I shall name it... "Fried eggs and avocado."

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Dr. Diaphanous » Wed Apr 17, 2013 1:03 am UTC

Pascal's mugging

What type of shoes do you most often wear?
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Gypped » Thu May 09, 2013 10:43 pm UTC

These are the most similar to what I wear. Mine are slightly different and brown in color.

Do you have a favorite number? If so, what is it and why is it your favorite?

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Vytron » Fri May 10, 2013 12:43 am UTC

7.

Now, the story of why 7 is my favorite number is kind of weird, and long. You see, when I was a kid I had some from of Synesthesia where numbers and letters evoked strong personalities, including gender. So, I made plenty of comics that played these personalities out, and as I continued following the adventures of 7, she became my favorite.

She was really smart and caring, yet, very strong and could put in their place the other numbers, soon they learned it was best to be friends with her instead of enemies. I felt terribly sorry for her when she found her boyfriend 1, was cheating her with 2. She didn't do anything to deserve that, and 2 was just a manipulative bitch, I never understood what 1 saw about 2 that caused that.

4 was the geeky guy, always carrying a book around and knowing all kind of facts, other numbers would also make fun of him and abuse him, I felt sorry for 4, as he shared characteristics with me, and always thought, why can't 7 and 4 end up together.

But, I'm Mexican, all the pronunciations of the numbers happened in Spanish, and apparently, this way tied in with their personalities, because, as soon as I heard of Seven, he joined the adventures as 7's brother. His entrance was spectacular as he bested the other numbers at what they were best at, though this was about physical skills and the like (i.e. Seven would have lost a game of chess against Seven but never tried.)

The point was that when Four entered the scene, she was a very active girl that always got what she wanted, but she was pretty and nice. In the end she got in love for 4 and they ended together and had good chemistry, which was a good ending.

But 7 didn't. She didn't have much to choose from. 3 was the Ditz, bad at everything, and the only reason he was there seemed to be comic relief. 5 was 2's boyfriend, and together, they seemed to form some kind of Team Rocket team. And that's it. The rest of the numbers were females, and the males on the English numbers never got to interact with her much.

So she ended forgiving 1 and marrying him in the end. I always though she deserved better, and my crush on her remains on to this day. Yes, a crush on a fictional character of my own invention.

Curiously, 0 didn't invoke any emotions, or anything. I tried really hard to insert it into a story, it ended up being a backpack that turned on to life for one episode, and that was it.

Anyway, probably not what you wanted to hear, but I'm not a mathematician.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby UniqueScreenname » Fri May 10, 2013 3:08 am UTC

I would like a sort of Epic Rap Battles of History where Jane Austen characters fight Bronte characters and kick their butts.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Gypped » Fri May 10, 2013 11:09 pm UTC

Vytron wrote:7.

Now, the story of why 7 is my favorite number is kind of weird, and long. You see, when I was a kid I had some from of Synesthesia where numbers and letters evoked strong personalities, including gender. So, I made plenty of comics that played these personalities out, and as I continued following the adventures of 7, she became my favorite.

She was really smart and caring, yet, very strong and could put in their place the other numbers, soon they learned it was best to be friends with her instead of enemies. I felt terribly sorry for her when she found her boyfriend 1, was cheating her with 2. She didn't do anything to deserve that, and 2 was just a manipulative bitch, I never understood what 1 saw about 2 that caused that.

4 was the geeky guy, always carrying a book around and knowing all kind of facts, other numbers would also make fun of him and abuse him, I felt sorry for 4, as he shared characteristics with me, and always thought, why can't 7 and 4 end up together.

But, I'm Mexican, all the pronunciations of the numbers happened in Spanish, and apparently, this way tied in with their personalities, because, as soon as I heard of Seven, he joined the adventures as 7's brother. His entrance was spectacular as he bested the other numbers at what they were best at, though this was about physical skills and the like (i.e. Seven would have lost a game of chess against Seven but never tried.)

The point was that when Four entered the scene, she was a very active girl that always got what she wanted, but she was pretty and nice. In the end she got in love for 4 and they ended together and had good chemistry, which was a good ending.

But 7 didn't. She didn't have much to choose from. 3 was the Ditz, bad at everything, and the only reason he was there seemed to be comic relief. 5 was 2's boyfriend, and together, they seemed to form some kind of Team Rocket team. And that's it. The rest of the numbers were females, and the males on the English numbers never got to interact with her much.

So she ended forgiving 1 and marrying him in the end. I always though she deserved better, and my crush on her remains on to this day. Yes, a crush on a fictional character of my own invention.

Curiously, 0 didn't invoke any emotions, or anything. I tried really hard to insert it into a story, it ended up being a backpack that turned on to life for one episode, and that was it.

Anyway, probably not what you wanted to hear, but I'm not a mathematician.


No, I enjoyed the story. That's exactly the type of thought-out and thorough answers I seek to receive when posing a question on this thread.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby UniqueScreenname » Sat May 11, 2013 1:31 am UTC

No, sewing machines count.

I'd play Apples to Apples, Balderdash, or Dixit. Those all are good for figuring out how people think.

What's your favorite thing to do when you have a day off?
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Dr. Diaphanous » Sun May 12, 2013 6:06 pm UTC

As a student, I always have some coursework or revision to do, so no day is a day off, which is to say, every day is a day off. Because I should be doing work, I never have time to watch a 15-minute youtube video, for example. Instead, I watch thirty 4-minute videos. For the same reason, I don't have time to make friends, so I just read people's conversations here/ on reddit etc.

Do you regularly re-read books/ re-watch movies/ re-play games?
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby ArDeeJ » Sun May 12, 2013 6:08 pm UTC

Yes, don't really watch movies (though I did recently re-watch The Social Network), yes.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Vytron » Sun May 12, 2013 6:29 pm UTC

Usually. Goes for the former. Prefers people that go for the latter.

I accept myself and keep improving as a hobby, as opposed to keep improving as an obligation or something.

Do you prefer TV Shows that are one-episode show offs? Or those that tell the story over long arcs (and need to be watched in order.)
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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby folkhero » Mon May 13, 2013 6:40 am UTC

Anthology type shows like the Twilight Zone can be awesome but I don't think that anyone is making good shows like that anymore. Shows that use the same characters but have self contained stories each episode tend to get tedious if they don't have characters change at all. Most of the best shows these days are all about really long arcs and I feel like that is how the medium is best used: they can really develop characters in a way that movies don't have the time to do. Of course it's not an all or nothing thing: Mad Men, for example is one of the best shows on television and sometimes does a short-story kind of thing where they focus on a secondary character or two for an episode and show a slice of their life without doing much to advance any of the larger story lines (and those episodes are ofter fantastic). So I guess that's an indecisive answer, but I like different things from the different shows I watch so I am reluctant to say that one way is necessarily better than the others.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby flicky1991 » Wed May 15, 2013 5:36 pm UTC

Well, I guess I associate quiches with summer, and they are very good.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Dr. Diaphanous » Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:51 pm UTC

I got into a huge debate on the safety of GM crops on the "Independent" news site. Me and one other guy correcting a cloud of morons.

What is you favourite comment thread on the xkcd forums?
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Postby Vytron » Tue Jul 30, 2013 1:18 am UTC

1190: Time Thread, The One True Thread. I wouldn't have devoted so many weeks reading it if it wasn't the case...

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Snark » Tue Aug 06, 2013 3:11 pm UTC

Can't narrow it down to just one. Two of the best were Nomic (classic) and Puzzle Showdown (ongoing). Also have high hopes for Kingdom Control.

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby voicedotter » Thu Aug 29, 2013 3:18 am UTC

I would have to say I wouldn't the current amount is good.


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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Dr. Diaphanous » Thu Aug 29, 2013 4:34 pm UTC

Yes, for it is written:
The eleventh virtue is scholarship. Study many sciences and absorb their power as your own. Each field that you consume makes you larger. If you swallow enough sciences the gaps between them will diminish and your knowledge will become a unified whole. If you are gluttonous you will become vaster than mountains.


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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby Snark » Thu Aug 29, 2013 5:00 pm UTC

I'd probably design games full time (maybe computer, maybe board).

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Re: Interviewing the fora

Postby ArDeeJ » Thu Aug 29, 2013 6:44 pm UTC

I'm not sure, really. If I would, I'd probably give up my legs.

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