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  7-Sep-13, 02:04   #121
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RoninHarper 

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G'day mobsters

So I have come to the idea that this thread is for the most part just TOTAL BS Smile
congratulations pochui on correctly naming this blog Smile
be cool mate
best of luck to you on the tables.

Ronin Cool

     
  7-Sep-13, 02:20   #122
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mascona 

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Perception of Nonsense:

Many is the time I’ve raked a pot while saying, “They can’t figure out your strategy if you don’t have one.” The perception of nonsense is a strength of my game. Note that I said perception of nonsense. There’s a difference between real nonsense and perceived nonsense — and the distinction is crucial. It’s real nonsense, clearly, to cold-call a raise and a reraise with 6-4 offsuit. But it’s only perceived nonsense to take that same hand and open for a raise on the button with (to your keen eye) proven willing-to-surrender blinds waiting to act behind. From that raise can come two good outcomes. First, the blinds might fold, either right then or under subsequent bluffy pressure. Second, even better, you could hit the flop, drive all the way, and get the chance to show down your winning rags — your perceived nonsense — whereupon you get to say, ... Agree

     
  9-Sep-13, 06:24   #123
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pochui 

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Location: Lithuania
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Posts: 10090
List of pig breeds:

Aksai Black Pied
American Ninja Piggy
American Yorkshire
Angeln Saddleback
Appalachian English
Arapawa Island
Auckland Island Pig
Australian Yorkshire
Babi Kampung
Ba Xuyen
Bantu
Basque
Bazna
Beijing Black
Belarus Black Pied
Belgian Landrace
Bengali Brown Shannaj
Bentheim Black Pied
Berkshire
Bisaro
Black Slavonian
Black Canarian Pig
Breitovo
British Landrace
British Lop
British Saddleback
Bulgarian White
Cantonese
Chato Murciano
Chester White
Choctaw Hog
Creole Pig
Cumberland Pig
Czech Improved White
Danish Landrace
Danish Protest Pig
Dermantsi Pied
Duroc
Dutch Landrace pig
East Balkan pig
Essex
Estonian Bacon
Fengjing pig
Finnish Landrance
Forest Mountain
French Landrace
Gascon
German Landrace
Gloucestershire Old Spot
Grice
Guinea Hog
Hampshire
Hante
Hereford
Hezuo
Iberian
Italian Landrace
Japanese Landrace
Jeju Black Pig
Jinhua
Kakhetian
Kele
Kemerovo
Korean Native Pig
Krskopolje
Kunekune
Lamcombe
Large Black
Large Black-white
Large White
Latvian White
Leicoma
Lithuanian Native
Lithuanian White
Lincolnshire Curly-Coated Pig
Livny
Malhado de Alcobaça
Mangalitsa
Meishan
Middle White
Minzhu
Minokawa Buta
Mong Cai
Mora Romagnola
Moura
Mukota
Mulefoot
Murom
Myrhorod
Neijiang
Ningxiang
North Caucasian
North Siberian
Norwegian Landrace
Norwegian Yorkshire
Ossabaw Island
Oxford Sandy and Black
Philippine Native
Piétrain
Poland China
Red Wattle
Semirechye
Siberian Black Pied
Small Black
Small White
Surabaya Babi
Swabian-Hall
Swedish Landrace
Taihu pig
Tamworth
Thuoc Nhieu
Tibetan
Tokyo-X
Tsivilsk
Turopolje
Ukrainian Spotted Steppe
Ukrainian White Steppe
Urzhum
Vietnamese Potbelly
Welsh
Wessex Saddleback
West French White
Windsnyer
Wuzishan
Yanan
Yorkshire Blue and White

lmfao - potbelly pig...so it's like you have to smoke her belly to get high Confused

     
  9-Sep-13, 13:07   #124
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mascona 

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People were given a flash of four numbers on a screen, and asked to figure out if their average was higher or lower than five. That wasn't the subconscious part of the experiment. The part that poked the subconscious mind came before that. The places where the numbers were going to come up on the screen were occupied by hashtags. And just for a second, before the conscious numbers were flashed, another set of numbers were up there. These sets averaged, like the conscious numbers, above or below five. When the subjects were forced to guess what these briefly-flashed numbers were, they were as likely to guess wrong as they were to guess right. No one had 'seen' them.

     
  10-Sep-13, 05:57   #125
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Pjot 
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I read an interesting thing the other day, interesting enough to make me think is belongs in this thread; that it is b******t.

These scientists where trying to figure out if they could teach mice to go through a maze, in a number of generations, maybe after a while that knowledge, of how the maze looked, would be in their genes.

And it worked! I can't remember how many generations it took, but all of a sudden the mice knew the maze the first time they were in it!

But not only that! Other mice, (in a testgroup) that were not related to the testsubjects, suddenly also knew how to navigate the maze!?

Like the information was shared colletivily among all mice!

Does this mean, that if I get a mouse, and the very same maze, it will be able to get through it on the first try?

We have to change all the mazes, or the mice will take over!!!

Shock Shock Shock Shock

     
  10-Sep-13, 06:21   #126
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marqis 

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Posted by Pjot:We have to change all the mazes, or the mice will take over!!!

I'm familiar with that story, not sure about the validity of it's claims though.

Call it hubris if you will, but with humans inventing the Internet, writing etc... I'm betting we will be able to hold off our mouse overlords, for a wee bit longer... Smile

     
  10-Sep-13, 07:47   #127
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Pjot 
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Posted by marqis:
Posted by Pjot:We have to change all the mazes, or the mice will take over!!!

I'm familiar with that story, not sure about the validity of it's claims though.

Call it hubris if you will, but with humans inventing the Internet, writing etc... I'm betting we will be able to hold off our mouse overlords, for a wee bit longer... Smile

I don't know man, I don't know...

I once had rats, two of them. Their almost mice. And those b*stards where developing a thumb! The thing that separates the primates from the rest of the animals!

And this is true: I once saw one of them holding a piece of their food in just one hand, clearly keeping it in place with it's small thumb!

They are up to something, I tells ya!!

     
  10-Sep-13, 11:43   #128
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mascona 

Joined: Jun '08
Location: Poland
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What if someone made a machine that can, if provided with a pile of some raw materials, build a 100% EXACT copy of itself, only 50% smaller.

This 50% smaller machine then creates another one, again 50% smaller (to 25% of the original, still 100% exact copy) etc..

Continuing this loop you will get to a point where the material gets too small to hold its shape, but still maybe you would be able to have a very complex machine, at the size of a small pebble?

If u then also provide the 100% size machine with the capabilties of producing, lets say an helicopter, wouldnt it also be possible to produce helicopters the size of a pebble?

Would this be possible with todays technology? I fail to see why it shouldn't.

     
  11-Sep-13, 07:05   #129
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pochui 

Joined: May '08
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Hello it's a new morning in Lithuania, for those who don't have a clue what morning is:
Morning is the period of time between dawn and noon. Morning precedes afternoon, evening, and night in the sequence of a day. Originally, the term referred to sunrise (5:00 a.m. ~ 9:00 a.m.) - source wikipedia.

     
  12-Sep-13, 16:51   #130
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RoninHarper 

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Location: Canada
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Posted by pochui:
Hello it's a new morning in Lithuania, for those who don't have a clue what morning is:
Morning is the period of time between dawn and noon. Morning precedes afternoon, evening, and night in the sequence of a day. Originally, the term referred to sunrise (5:00 a.m. ~ 9:00 a.m.) - source wikipedia.


G'day poucui

Hope your day is going well amigo.
It is 1:50pm here in cloudy Fredericton, NB. Canada
Just taking a small break from my days poker play.
Up slightly so far in todays session.
hope the upward climb continues Smile

best of luck to you
be cool

Ronin Cool

     
  12-Sep-13, 20:39   #131
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pochui 

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Location: Lithuania
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aloha Ronin,

nice to hear from you, gl in your upwards quest- pretty sure u will do well...

oh wait i forgot sth- this is the bullsh1t place isn't it...so i just can't leave this post as a decent one, need to upgrade it to the highest standards of bullsh1tess:


     
  14-Sep-13, 07:44   #132
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pochui 

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The fundamental theorem of poker, introduced by David Sklansky, states:
"Every time you play a hand differently from the way you would have played it if you could see all your opponents' cards, they gain; and every time you play your hand the same way you would have played it if you could see all their cards, they lose. Conversely, every time opponents play their hands differently from the way they would have if they could see all your cards, you gain; and every time they play their hands the same way they would have played if they could see all your cards, you lose."

source: wikipedia

     
  14-Sep-13, 07:58   #133
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magatt966 

Joined: Jan '09
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Posted by pochui:
The fundamental theorem of poker, introduced by David Sklansky, states:
"Every time you play a hand differently from the way you would have played it if you could see all your opponents' cards, they gain; and every time you play your hand the same way you would have played it if you could see all their cards, they lose. Conversely, every time opponents play their hands differently from the way they would have if they could see all your cards, you gain; and every time they play their hands the same way they would have played if they could see all your cards, you lose."

source: wikipedia


why did you posted it here Confused Confused

THIS IS NOT A B******T Evil Aww crap!.....or maybe it is Confused

     
  14-Sep-13, 08:09   #134
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pochui 

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Posted by magatt966:
why did you posted it here Confused Confused

THIS IS NOT A B******T Evil Aww crap!.....or maybe it is Confused

everything that surrounds us is bullsh1t...sometimes u need to buy a conversion kit (similar to diesel engine to run on waste vegetable oil conversion kit) to see the whole picture

     
  15-Sep-13, 09:54   #135
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pochui 

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Location: Lithuania
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Indoor cannabis cultivation

Cannabis can be grown indoors in a soil-like medium under artificial light, adding fertilizer when the plants are given water. Cultivating cannabis indoors is more complicated and expensive than growing outdoors, but it allows the cultivator complete control over the growing environment. Plants of any type can be grown faster indoors than out due to 24-hour light, additional atmospheric CO2, and controlled humidity which allows freer CO2 respiration.

Plants can also be grown indoors through the use of hydroponics.

To grow plants indoors, a growing medium (e.g. soil or growing substrate), water, nutrients, light and air need to be supplied to the plant (with the exception of aeroponic cultivation, in which case a growing medium is not required).

off to try this...

     
  24-Sep-13, 09:04   #136
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pochui 

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haven't posted here for a while, so here goes:

Anaerobic digestion is the simple, natural breakdown of organic matter into carbon dioxide, methane and water, by two groups of microorganisms, bacteria and archaea. Since many of these are intolerant to oxygen, this process is known as anaerobic.

     
  25-Sep-13, 07:52   #137
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thefly131 
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Posted by pochui:
haven't posted here for a while, so here goes:

Anaerobic digestion is the simple, natural breakdown of organic matter into carbon dioxide, methane and water, by two groups of microorganisms, bacteria and archaea. Since many of these are intolerant to oxygen, this process is known as anaerobic.


just for the 10 points ..

preddicting with statistics

100 % and 0 % does not exist

So the chance a man can get pregnant is more than 0 %

it is about 0.000000000000000000000........0000001 % chance so not zero.

well again 10 points earned


     
  25-Sep-13, 09:27   #138
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noonlion 

Joined: Mar '12
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Some cunt called my 40k AI with a 50K stack. Three spots off the bubble.

I have AA, he calls, JJ. Board runs out runner diamond flush for the prick. I know this is poker, but F**K OFF!!!! Aww crap!

     
  25-Sep-13, 09:44   #139
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HenryMinute 

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Posted by RoninHarper:
G'day mate

Well pochui congratulations on opening your now blog mate.
Sure it will do well and become a happening place.

I want to ask your opinion on female tattoo art.
personally i used to think all tattoos on women were slutty.
Now I can appreciate some body art on women if it is good and tasteful work.
I still think women who get tramp stamped above there buttocks should just piss off and shutup when some tells them they look like a tramp with that type of tattoo.
What do you think? Do you think tramp stamps are slutty or artsy?

I hope this BS topic question is ok with you Smile

be cool

Ronin Cool

Surely the tastefulness, or otherwise, of female inking depends entirely on it's location on their anatomy.

     
  25-Sep-13, 12:26   #140
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noonlion 

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Posted by HenryMinute:
Posted by RoninHarper:
G'day mate

Well pochui congratulations on opening your now blog mate.
Sure it will do well and become a happening place.

I want to ask your opinion on female tattoo art.
personally i used to think all tattoos on women were slutty.
Now I can appreciate some body art on women if it is good and tasteful work.
I still think women who get tramp stamped above there buttocks should just piss off and shutup when some tells them they look like a tramp with that type of tattoo.
What do you think? Do you think tramp stamps are slutty or artsy?

I hope this BS topic question is ok with you Smile

be cool

Ronin Cool

Surely the tastefulness, or otherwise, of female inking depends entirely on it's location on their anatomy.


Generic tattoo anywhere on a woman = s**t, or on anyone really.

Unoriginal tattoos are fucking pointless. If I ever get a tat it has to be meaningful and the only one, otherwise why bother?

A tasteful tattoo can really set things up.

     
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