But Panda's own existence in this forum is a contradiction of its own.
How can such a lazy animal have so much post count/post rate?!
Therefore he must not be.
Or something sinister under the guise of a panda costume!! *gasp*
His effort at spelling and proof-reading is the only thing that does not betray his nature.
What are your thoughts on these claims, Panda-san?
/Hint: Not bothering answering is proof of laziness too, and will give you 100 point in your credibility as a Panda-kopanda.
I read all the posts. Lol
There CAN BE ONLY ONE!
I feel good that I am talked about
I have some good news and bad news...
Good news: cases arrived ( YAY! ) Pix (Click to show)
Bad news: The factory guys decided to change my name to "B1O LATBS" (=_=)
(Look at the panel photo ^)
There are also a few minor issues which makes my life as a foxconn worker even more miserable...
But it doesn't concern you end users so Ill just leave it at that...
Whenthe comparison pic to a laptop came on
It depends on the definition of your multiplication operator, although, yes, it is true that <0,v>=0 for all v in any vector space. Same goes for scalar multiplication in any vector space.
But nobody can stop me from defining the multiplication operator as addition. (e.g. 1*2 = 3, and 1*0 = 1).
What do you mean with reps?
I'm lately studying when I really should be watching anime.
Now I'm behind by one week. Luckily I'm not following that many shows this seasons.
Listening to the Beatles is always heaven. Haven't done so for some time, and now I'm listening to them again and I feel epic.
Ha! You assumed wrong. I should actually be taking the train right now, but I decided it was worth being late just to catch up with the thread.
This is true.
It wouldn't be as bad if I wouldn't have gotten in the anime scene or if I hadn't decided to do a double major. Otherwise I'd actually have more free time than I did in high school.
I feel honored for the mention.
Anyway, it's not that I mind the chat either. It's just that I don't have the time to catch up with it all, so I'd prefer more high quality posts to enjoy myself a bit more reading this thread whenever I do.
People from the Netherlands are here at YMUN. We talked to them a bit. Quite cool.