But he wants to chat. Nothing else would satisfy OP but written characters frequently exchanged through your favorite electric-magic sand-rock machine to the point you could call the conversation a "chat".
There's no other way, we must chat or abandon this thread.
I'm just killing time, I'm a time-killer. A time-killer is who I am.
It appears I've misunderstood what you were saying. Learning from our past is important, I'm not denying that. What I was meaning to say is that the past should not be brought into present day and. well, remain in the past.> ✖ Your request looks automated; Post discarded.
Fix your damn board, Sei.
Well! Since this is a chat and we are learning from our pasts… I wanna post this song curiously put online during COVID in 2020. Enjoy, chatters! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahJGWww1jNc
im ordering food on the computer jkust kidding im not gonna do that im gonna go to the batthroom and listen to rap music
Please dont do it!
It appears that issue with mail server has been resolved somewhat on itself. All that had to be done was delete the accounts from Thunderbird, clear the app data and add them back into Thunderbird.>>24278
It's not like we're doing it right at the very moment though. And luckily in my case, I don't have to.> A beer to anyone who could guess the game
Uh, idk. Squid Game? Counter Strike?
Well hear me out. My theory is that a professional Uboachan user only plays other video games so they can appreciate Yume Nikki better after the short tangent. So for a well-balanced Uboachan experience, you actually SHOULD play Overwatch, Fortnite, Dwarf Fortress and all the hyped up games just so when you return back to Yume Nikki, you can once again realize that it's an absolute masterpiece, none the less.
So if you are still with me… I can imagine someone choosing a favorite game upon the idea that "this was the game that made me appreciate Yume Nikki the most in comparison". In the end, this is how I can make sense of an Uboachan user saying their favorite game is actually Splatoon.
Slightly related, here's an image of a Xenoblade Chronicles 3 character.
Greetings, fellow dreamers of the Yume Nikki imageboard! Today, I'm here to address an extraordinary, if not entirely relevant, question that has sprung up in our community. We shall embark on a whimsical journey to determine the cost of placing a 14 nanometer cheeseburger on each of the 4,800,000,000 transistors within an AMD Ryzen 5 1600 processor. So, don your scientist's cap, and let's dive into the numbers!
First, the AMD Ryzen 5 1600 processor consists of 4,800,000,000 tiny transistors, each measuring a mere 14 nanometers in width. Our mission is to coat each of these minuscule transistors with the deliciousness of a "Five Guys" cheeseburger.
Step 1: Sizing Up the Cheeseburger
The Five Guys cheeseburger costs $7.69. But how large is it? On average, a standard cheeseburger is around 4 inches (about 10.16 centimeters) in diameter. To fit this delectable treat onto our 14-nanometer transistors, we must first scale it down to nanometer size.
Step 2: Scaling Down the Cheeseburger
The conversion here is a bit tricky, as nanometers are a unit of length, while our cheeseburger price is in dollars. To make it work, we'll need to scale down the burger's size proportionally. If we assume an average cheeseburger costs $7.69 and is about 10.16 cm in diameter, we can calculate the cost per nanometer.
10.16 cm = 10,160,000,000 nm
So, a dollar buys you approximately 10,160,000,000 nanometers of cheeseburger.
Step 3: Distributing Cheeseburgers on Transistors
Now, we have our conversion factor. If a dollar gets us 10,160,000,000 nanometers of cheeseburger, we can apply this factor to each of the 4,800,000,000 transistors on the Ryzen 5 1600 processor.
(4,800,000,000 transistors) * (10,160,000,000 nanometers/dollar) = 48,768,000,000,000,000 nanometers of cheeseburger.
So, to place a 14-nanometer cheeseburger on each of the 4,800,000,000 transistors within the AMD Ryzen 5 1600 processor, we would need a grand total of 48,768,000,000,000,000 nanometers of cheeseburger.
Now, the fun part: calculating the cost.
(48,768,000,000,000,000 nanometers) / (10,160,000,000 nanometers/dollar) = 4,800,000 dollars.
So, it would cost a whopping $4,800,000 to place a 14-nanometer cheeseburger on each transistor of the Ryzen 5 1600 processor.
Keep on dreaming, my fellow Yume Nikki enthusiasts, and let's continue to explore the surreal mysteries of our favorite game.
it is a nice, bright day today. I'm wondering if I shouldn't drink a bit and draw to enjoy having nothing to do on such a nice day, but it isn't the weekend yet and despite not actually living on a weekly schedule, it's more fun to respect it sometimes
btw cute catter chatter
Late reply but good luck with that.>>24369
Many hours passed, yet we see none. Where are they?
I saw your post and didn't wish you luck, maybe I should have, I'm so sorry you didn't pass but maybe you did and you're just overthinking it? happened to me before
why did he kcick the cat tho
I dont remember the whole story for sure, Johnson was quite the eccentric personality, there's this channel for the weird entries in his dictionary: https://www.youtube.com/@AbsurdSamuelJohnson/
But it's probably a variant of the stone kicking story about him. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appeal_to_the_stone
So let me recite the completely accurate, historically verified dialogue of the event.
*Johnson enters the room*
Bishop Berkeley: Mind! Mind! Mind! Matter is silly.
Johnson: Fellas, what's this nonsense in here?
Bishop Berkeley: Subjective idealism my friend, so let's talk a bit more about God. Even better would be God's mind and how the existence of matter depends on how one perceives it!
Johnson: This is crazy! What the hell! I'm SO out!
*Johnson escapes in a swift manner*
Johnson: I'm so mad at idealists now! How could matter not be real? This cute kitty is not real either? Why can I do this then, huh?!
*Johnson manages to kick Hodge the famous fluffy kitty because it seemed like an actual argument in his MIND*
Johnson: Idealists are so pwned now!
*Berkeley giggles in the distance and is not pwned at all*
*Fluffy cat cries in cat*
holy shit its batman
Hey Batman what brings you to our little chat thread?
Yes, you are the hill-chatter from now. Sorry. There is nothing that can reverse your hilldentity.
I guess hillfags have invaded this board too as of now. Things are truly going downhill.
And it's the fault of Sei. Not sure yet how, but trust me. It is.
Ban the hillbilly, problem solved.>>24687
Summon him, he must answer. I don't have a melon right now, hopefully somebody else does.
wtf are you all even talking about
We are 「ＣＨＡＴＴＩＮＧ」。
The miracles happen when you least expect them, so we probably should leave it be and move on.>>24682
Sometimes you gotta crack out of your shell. Continue posting messages and getting replies, and you won't notice how a conversation with various internet-entities will become a part of your zone of comfort.>>24689
Anything that comes first to our mind. Simple as.
I would argue that perseverance comes as a foundation with three important elements, like a triangular table with three legs. See the "Think like a King" mentality. These elements are like daily tasks:>You need to work hard>You need to be patient>You need to believe that you can do it
If any of these elements fall, the whole foundation will fall with the other elements. That's the point of perseverance.
Do your best in whatever you are working in your own time. Happy New Year.
Hi Gregg Turkington-kun
you must be from the anomalous materials lab
Chatters I feel lonely please let's chat again
hi, whats on your mind?
Not much and that's the problem. Besides being tired I'm reading Blanchot these days but I can barely enjoy books now, it's like I see why I would appreciate it but I'm not able to actually appreciate it.
But anyhow, how's everything unfolding with you all?
>>24957>reading philosophy books
that sounds miserable.>hows everything unfolding for you
good, made a post about it here >>24946
No no, it's one of the literary works. "When the time comes" is a novel about visiting someone who was once dear to the protagonist. Which kind of mt dew are you having?
is it good? ihavent read any new books in years. if i do read i re-read old books.>what kind of mtn dew
I would consider it good so far because even just a glance at something is so rich in this book, but on the other hand I would understand if someone would call it a lengthy inner-monologue rambling. The plot is really messy, not sure which events are memories or fantasies sometimes or actually happening but it just makes it even more interesting to me.
The mt dew thing now made me want to get some monster mule (the ginger one) but I haven't seen it in local stores for months now.