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    I dropped out of this thread when the posts became incoherent, I see it never got better.
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    well, nobody seems to be taking it seriously at all... so what the hell difference does it make...

    i wanted to at least attempt to do something progressive here... but it has not been well recieved so... life goes on, the circle continues. till someone more persuasive comes along.

    by the way this doesnt mean i've given up... by any means.
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    >>> nobody seems to be taking it seriously at all

    People bothered to tell you why your reasoning was flawed. There is nothing wrong with having a utopian dream, but you cannot assume that just because you see a vision of it, others will.

    If your posts had been easier to read - you may have acheived more.
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    the whole stalinist utopia thing was a joke people!!! uh, just read the first paragraph of the first post... pretty good generalized explaination...

    there's still opportunity to make an actual discussion of this, i guess...

    >People bothered to tell you why your reasoning was flawed.

    not flawed, just unrealistic... still i wish to try... but i realize motivation for such a thing is understandably lacking.
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    > If your posts had been easier to read - you may have acheived more.

    HAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH

    breath

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    in conclusion. i suggest you visit these sites (in that order preferably)

    http://www.hostrocket.com/
    https://registrar.godaddy.com/
    http://www.invisionboard.com/

    and coem back and note us when your utopia is online

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    uh... thanks...?...
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    Quote Originally Posted by no-one
    Today i announce my 5 day plan, to put cprogramming on the road to our utopia...
    now that we're in day 4...
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    much like Russia during the time of Marx we are backwards and weak compared to our western neighbors
    which exit goes west on teh interweb?
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    > now that we're in day 4...

    jokes dead...

    >which exit goes west on teh interweb?

    the back button... foward would be east.
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    >the back button... foward would be east.
    That is where you are wrong. I am facing south (PC facing north), so therefore the back button takes me to the east and the forward button takes me west.
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    But you are a hockey loving, beer guzzling, Canadian so your opinion doesn't count. I'm not sure why it just doesn't.

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    left is always east when your reading a map! so it is with the screen... the top of the screen is north... etc... we're working in local coords... not world coords.... duh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by no-one
    left is always east when your reading a map! so it is with the screen... the top of the screen is north... etc... we're working in local coords... not world coords.... duh!
    last time I checked, right is east on a map...
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    Don't you remember: Never Eat Shredded Wheat

    BTW anyone know where the hell that came from?

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    The coalition for the abolishment of breakfast cereals?
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