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Have one of those statistical analysis folks run their script on this topic.

**Munches on a banana**

--Andy

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I ran a statistical analysis on posts made in this topic between my last post and this post, and found zero.

**Munches on a banana**

--Andy

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AndyDufresne wrote:I ran a statistical analysis on posts made in this topic between my last post and this post, and found zero.

**Munches on a banana**

--Andy

bMO

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Come and see 2/3 of this show.
And remember what the poet said – “in booty there is loot, and in loot booty.” Or sump’n like that.

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AndyDufresne wrote:I ran a statistical analysis on posts made in this topic between my last post and this post, and found zero.

**Munches on a banana**

--Andy

Did you divide by zero? Always divide by zero otherwise you'll get all your calculations wrong.
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The above is two thirds correct. **Leaves behind two thirds of a banana**

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AndyDufresne wrote:The above is (2/3)/0 correct. **Leaves behind a theoretically nonexistent banana**

--Andy

Fixed!
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That's more math than I can handle. **Leaves behind two thirds of a second banana**

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Two thirds of that 1 and 2/3s of bananas leaves us with a mess. 10/9ths.

I say we leave it well enough alone until 2/3's of it fizzle out.

BMO

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I ordered this shirt last week and it should be delivered in only a few days:

This is relevant.

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At least two thirds of me I think likes that shirt.

**Leaves behind two thirds of a bowl of bananas**

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rdsrds2120 wrote:I ordered this shirt last week and it should be delivered in only a few days:

This is relevant.

BMO

That shirt just screams "Geek" lol. Not sure I'd put that on voluntarily even if someone paid me for it.
I'll say this though, you should've ordered it before this years saint patricks day, because that's a saint patricks day clothing if I have ever seen one lol.
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BPotW

none finer than banana humor

"Zungguzungguguzungguzeng"
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Quirk wrote:BPotW

none finer than banana humor

We should get Jonesy to incorporate some banana humor into his sets. **Leaves behind a bowl of bananas**

--Andy

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I guess it's been a while since I've posted here. *sniffs* Still smells Huge.
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AndyDufresne wrote:
Quirk wrote:BPotW

none finer than banana humor
We should get Jonesy to incorporate some banana humor into his sets. **Leaves behind a bowl of bananas**--Andy

What's he gonna say? The head monkey has a thing for bananas?
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Oh other than that, got Bioshock Infinite. Haven't finished it yet. I think I'm a couple hours in. I achieved the first major objective but I haven't gotten much farther than that. Anyways, so far the game has been pretty epic. Visually, It's stunning but that's nothing new for Bioshock. Gameplay wise it's very similar to the first game (I honestly don't remember much about the game play of the second game). Left trigger for special abilities (called vigors in this game) and right trigger for your gun. BIggest differences are rather than having the wrench as a chooseable weapon you have a melee weapon that can be used at any time by pressing y and rather than having a long list of weapons to choose from, you can only have two guns equipped at a time. Story. The story is good so far like all Bioshock games. you, Booker Dewitt, are dropped (or rocketed really) into the city of Columbia, a floating city above the clouds off the coast of Maine to retrieve a girl, Elizabeth, to pay off your gambling debt. At first glance, Columbia seems to be a form of Utopia, even some of the first lines you hear are "Heaven friend, or closest we’ll see until judgment day." After being initiated, you wake up outside to find that everyone seems happy as in a city that has toted Father Washington, Father Jefferson and Father Franklin as angels (references to crossing the Delaware on wings and with "fiery sword") and led by "The Prophet" Zachary Hale Comstock. However it doesn't take you long to realize that this seeming Utopia hides many secrets as you zip across skylines and battle your way across a floating city.

The main character who in the past has been a silent follower of orders, now has a face as they've added some controlled dialogue to the story.

Review:

visual: 5/5-Can't think of a single thing they've done wrong.
Gameplay: 4.7/5-if you like Bioshock game play you'll like the game play of this game. The high paced sky lines add fun to the story.
Story: I'll with hold review on this until I've finished the game.
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AndyDufresne wrote:
Quirk wrote:BPotW

none finer than banana humor

We should get Jonesy to incorporate some banana humor into his sets. **Leaves behind a bowl of bananas**

--Andy

Would I get a big hand?
And remember what the poet said – “in booty there is loot, and in loot booty.” Or sump’n like that.

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muy_thaiguy wrote:
Quirk wrote:

I miss the talking toilet.

"Zungguzungguguzungguzeng"
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pancakemix wrote:Quirk, you are a bastard. That is all.

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When was that?

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Dec 19 of last year. Posted on page 4100.

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pancakemix wrote:Quirk, you are a bastard. That is all.

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How curious

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Been awhile diddle.
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