Pull deeply in with your lungs like they;re mighty steed's yanking the chain in the tug of war of the Gods. Barrel up your chest and taste the air inside you. Wow, its fresh -- that's why we went up to the mountaintop. If you still feel like you're tripping dont worry about it, this is the last element. Now exhale like the wind .
I'd prefer voting stayed anonymous. what if I +'d a very informative post, that taught me useful information on how tostay healthy and happy, and because there happened to also be some child porn in the post the fbi and the cbc and who knows who else comes knocking at my door. No thanks.
the release of in rainbows is krystal clear in my mind.... my gf was sleeping, and i was on my laptop doing some coding. as the closer Videotape came on, i started to get this really sad feeling, and it shows in the program i wrote as i was scrobbling. i immediately registered for wAsTe-Central, Radiohead's social networking website, and distributed my program to my friends, which prints random numbers between 7 and 16. it is HIGHLY recommended that you put on the album before you run it
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Hi, Ashley. I’m glad to see you here, I really am. But let’s cut to the chase--the response you’ve received is indicative of the subtle kind of sexism one often sees on Bloard. What was particularly interesting about your post? To be brutally frank: nothing was. Nothing, except for the fact that you are (read: MAY be) a girl.
Personally, I don’t care at all about you or your cats. They’re boring. You’re boring. Sorry if that’s harsh, but the rest of the painfully beta males here aren’t going to give you the truth. You could end up being a top-tier Bloarder, though I highly doubt it, since the vast majority great Bloarders so far have been male. In any case, I’ll withhold my plaudits until you start contributing in some meaningful way. Start a funny thread, or join in our weekly Magic: the Gathering tournaments. (Yes, you CAN play Magic online. Surprised? You wouldn’t be if you had lurked more.) Let’s see you prove you’re not just using Bloard to get nerds fawn all over you--then, we’ll talk. Maybe, if you’re lucky, I’ll even throw you a follow.
Hi!!! I've been lurking here for a quite a bit, giving a few +1's here and there, and thought it was high time I finally popped my bloard cherry and introduced myself! My name's Ashley, I live in an apartment with my boyfriend and 3 cute cats (maybe I'll post some pics of them later ) and I love movies and baking cupcakes! I'm kind of a dork, lol, but fair warning I can get a little rowdy sometimes. So yeah, that's about it... can't wait to meet the rest of you bloarders!
First thing you gotta do is start posting in the same thread as her. Say something like "Oh i'm just posting here while im waiting for my friends to go have sex in the gym." This will establish you as a GAY (Groovy Alpha Yadder) and her YHKs will instantly spike up 50%.
Next pull some posting moves, emptyquote and upvote her bloard points but remind her youre doing it ironically every now and then.
thanks for you patience. so here's the idea imagine you have a gun pointed at your head and you pull the trigger. now before it can hit you first the bullet has to get half way to your head. but before it can go half way to your head it has to go half of that, namely a quarter of a way to your head. but before it can get a quarter of the way it has to get an eighth of a way. and so on. it cool if we stop at osme point but we can carry this on infinitium. there are infinitely many things the bullet must do before it can start moving, it must travel infinitely many distances before it can start moving, and to make it even worse, there's no first distance to travel, so the bullet can never start moving! even ignoring that it can't start to move, imagine it somehow does move. pick any instant of time durring the bullet's travel. now the bullet is supposed to be in motion but during that instant of time it is clearly still. now this works at any point along the path, the bullet is both moving and still, which is absurd. i used example of bullet moving towards head but the same argument applies to any motion through a finite distance, namely with a beginning and an end. so motion is impossible. any thouhgs? consequences of this?
Introduction: Bloard dot com, as of this writing, can barely be called active. By taking one sample over the course of one day, I sought to precisely measure Bloard’s activity level in order to gain some insight on how it got to this state.
The experiment: I made a post in Bloard user virgiltexas’s heavily-guarded “bloard numbers game” thread. This post did not follow the rules of the game, so, knowing virgiltexas’s common behavior, I was highly confident he would delete the post as soon as he read it. Assuming this was in fact the case, I was able to measure a length of time in which virgiltexas did not even look at bloard.
The results: Note that because there is no way to undo a deleted bloard post, to the best of our knowledge, most of the times observed are not material to the result. The important times are the initial posting time, the last time the post was observed to be present, and the first (and only) time the post was observed to be absent (i.e. deleted). We know that the deletion, signaling virgiltexas’s bloard visit, occurred sometime between those last two times. Thus we can conclude that he was absent from bloard for a minimum of 18 hours and 52 minutes. It’s likely that he was also absent from bloard for some time before this experiment began, so bear in mind that our measurements likely overestimate the activity of bloard.
Conclusion: The data overwhelmingly show the lack of interest users have in keeping up-to-date with the latest activities on bloard. This is perhaps justified by the lack of such activity. This points to a depressing positive-feedback loop: users don’t frequent bloard because there is not much activity, and infrequent usage means activity can only decrease. One wonders whether there is a threshold beyond which bloard death is inevitable…