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  • In mathematics, the Pythagorean theorem, also known as Pythagoras's theorem, is a fundamental relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle. It states that the area of the square whose side is the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the areas of the squares on the other two sides.
    Nigga, that's what's up

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    • This is the most intelligent comment you've ever posted on here.

      I loved geometry in school.

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    • All we gonna do is hypotenuse it.

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    • Not only that, it's actually quite interesting, the formula a squared plus b squared equals c squared

      If you make a square out of each side of the triangle, the sum of the area a and b equals the area for the square on the hypotenuse c side

      Which is how/why it works!

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  • Trump. Oh God, I need a brain transplant.

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  • I hope the car I'm potentially buying today doesn't suck. It looks just like my old car and I really want it. XD

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    • If you need any advice from iin's friendly gearhead, feel free to ask XD

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      • Thank you very much!

        Yesterday the car felt like it had less power when I put my foot on the gas and the car was jutting forward a lot. I almost got stuck at a red camera light. The car dealer said they're going to fix the problem. I'm hoping they can. If they can't I'm going to try to get my money refunded. This was not what I was expecting. XD

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        • What car did you test drive?
          Friendly piece of advice, when you test drive a car, do the following...

          After cold start, check for smoke and odd smells. Do same test with warm engine at different rpms.
          Different color smoke means different issues.

          While applying the brakes with the hood open, switch between R and D, while applying a bit of gas. This is done to check for bad engine mounts and jerky shifts. If the engine wobbles too much, or rattles, walk away.

          Check all fluids and run your finger inside the coolant tank/ radiator.
          If there is gunk, car was not serviced regularly.

          Do a dirty 0-60 (foot hard down with launch) and then slam on the brakes.
          Listen for any weird noises.
          If there are creaks, rattles, or any sounds, walk away.

          Do a cornering test. Foot hard down, flat out cornering.

          Test AC and heat on full blast, play with all electric controls and listen for weird noises.

          Have an independent mechanic do a scan for codes and do your homework, so you know what codes are serious business.

          This is my test drive cheat sheet.

          People hate it when you do test drives like this, but it's the only real way to determine if a car is worth buying.

          Babying a car on a test drive leads only to disappointment.

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          • It was a 2015 Nissan Versa Note.

            Thank you very much for the helpful advice. I'll use it in a few days when I get my hands on the car again.
            :)

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            • Careful with Nissan CVT gearboxes, best to avoid if you have a heavier right foot.

              Cars with CVT transmissions are only good for people who have a calm and relaxed driving style. Or eco nuts that are going for crazy high MPGs.

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  • I want a hurricane to hit my area!

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  • Week 3 of no sex....The headaches are getting worse. I can’t sleep or eat and bananas are starting to look sexy.

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  • Only thing on my mind right now is that I gotta crack open another beer and say cheers to my girlfriend and my mom and dad. Vacation time is sweet.

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  • I want to slam my laptop against the wall.

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  • Way too much. I feel sick, I’m so overwhelmed.

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  • Right now I'm thinking how awesome it is I got approved for an apartment! First thing I'm getting is a cat!!! Aaahh I can't wait! :3

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  • The 19th anniversary of 9/11. I can't believe it's been that long!

    Also, the very busy work week I have coming up next week.

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  • Whats the best source of income to afford a apartment and have time to do college.

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  • I'm thinking of the logic involved in solipsism and Gnostic Luciferianism that I don't follow the soldier's duty fallacy and I'm not a contradiction of myself. Things are reliant on the senses and that's all I can know unless I can't bother to get up and look, as with rationalism thus I trust my intuition. I don't think anyone is being stupid, I think people aren't as smart as you think they are, being smart 100% is such a difficult thing that when one is angry with you and you're seeking to avoid the danger it's not smart, but would be smart if they didn't react to you this way in the first place, my thinking is that in order to be normal is the giving up of all your differentness for the sake of an agreement between people and society to be like everyone else, conforming for the sake of conforming, as it can be seen through descriptively hearing that you're part of the group, that the explanation is a silent normality, that is not to talk about normal all the time, is the message behind Spongebob Squarepants, that a normal person is a minimalism of everything that's different and also follows a logic like the norm, that normal people dress the way they dress, they don't act religious, and they go to shops buying normal things and they live blissfully normal lives, whereas a different person is the cold, soulless differentness of shocking and scaring people and the challenge to be likeable by society, it's all the same, it's all about acceptance, that's my thinking.

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    • Wait are you saying you believe in solipsism? I haven't read your whole comment yet, but solipsism is like narcissism on steroids

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      • ? Is this how people feel of solipsism? A strange feeling? I had no idea! Steroids eh, it's original, most beliefs don't appear to be on steroids. The solipsism I'm thinking of is my brain, wired to a supercomputer. As for normal which is the subject, most people are concerned with paying the bills and not any doctor's medicine nor brain medicine except their calming tablets which they got from the supermarket, popping a Panadol into their mouths to feel less nervous from coffee (I tried it), or perhaps over-the-counter meds for physical non-existent "symptoms" (there's no such thing as a symptom, did people in the Middle Ages have symptoms? It doesn't exist, and as for novel feelings which don't work I think I should stop inventing new feelings, I just feel glad and upset at people and something, they don't understand how good this pessimism feels).

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        • Solipsism is the belief that only you are grounded in reality

          So yeah, narcissism on steroids

          But everything else you say isn't really solipsism, so who knows

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          • The sect of solipsism is, what I was talking about was methodological solipsism (along with other things), meaning my brain is hooked up to a supercomputer, look it up and you'll find out it's a variation of the belief in the matrix, what you mentioned is metaphysical solipsism, the belief that only your own mind exists and everything else doesn't, which is close, I find the mainframe of computer graphics in my mind more accurate.

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  • Stuff.

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  • thinking about this drive Ill have to make to Indiana on tuesday that I am not happy about

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  • I'm famished, but the sensation of feeling starved sometimes feels good.

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  • The fact that we are just a 3 pound gelatinous being inside a skeleton piloting a meat suit brought about through the fact that your ancestor got lucky.

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  • You

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  • I am currently thinking about slasher/horror related things.

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