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TOTY 2007
February 18th 2008, 19:28 CET by assemblerer

And the winner is YOU!

Yes, you. You are the single most disgusting, smelly troll I've seen in the past year.

I award super extra bonus troll points to CheesyPoof and m0nty for not coming up with their nominations soon enough.
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#568 by bago
2008-04-10 18:04:09
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
See, I was coding this crap way back in the 90's. Too bad we only had P3's and <512 mb of ram and squat for parallelism.  Hopefully the next generation will be much more adjusted to the concept of memes which means that genes and mutation will seem like a completely natural concept, and running these experiments will cost pennies, thanks to moore's law.

We have finally built a global collective consciousness, the internet. Let the Darwinian approach take its toll and reduce, recuse and possibly recycle those not able to understand. Not a eugenics re-hash, but more like "nobody cares about your myspace page".

A major fear of massive data distribution networks would be the filtering imposed by the infrastructural owners.  As that cost approaches zero, data control (aka lying) will be harder to achieve, while the ability to use open source initiatives to purge the flawed data from the network will increase.  Snopes or 60 minutes?

As such distro channels devovle and info channels evovle. Less who you know, but more what, tempered with the fact that you have to run a bayesian analysis on your sources.

A Complex and intertwined system, but one far more powerful than the nigh futile attempts to index data without metadata and/or indexes. Answers can be found far mor quickly, and Josh Marshall at TPM has proven that.

Half of the jokes on current satire shows involves playing juxtaposed positions back to back given by a certain actor.  These details used to get lost down the memory hole, but now are 2 clicks away from your browser.

Privacy is obsolete and we are all schizophrenic as a response. Multiple personas to seem more rational and consistent when presenting ideas. You practically need a persona manager to make your linkedin profile seperate from your PC account and to definately make sure nobody knows you posted in /b. I run multiple network accounts, and multiple virtual servers, and multiple VM sessions.  Knowing how many Identities and relationships i share at any given moment is a complex task.

You know what this means.
W are all schizo and having personas with limited scope allowance to various groups. We are legion. We contain multitudes.

Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.
#569 by bago
2008-04-10 18:06:50
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
We.

Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.
#570 by eggbert
2008-04-10 18:12:05
http://www.stuffresearch.com
No, You.
#571 by gaggle
2008-04-10 18:15:28
The signal-to-noise ratio just spiked.

"the accusations are such nonsense that I have found it difficult to treat them with the contempt that they deserve." - Clarke
#572 by Chunkstyle
2008-04-10 18:30:29
Bago is our own personal Wired magazine, year one.

Game Developers: Don't forget the zombie monkeys.
#573 by Jibble
2008-04-10 19:05:31
My mind?

Blown.

Lady, people aren't chocolates. But you know what they are, mostly? Bastards. Bastard-coated bastards with bastard filling.

Blog. 194 lbs.  14 to go.
#574 by Ergo
2008-04-10 19:21:51
I didn't read any of that, but I assume it's mostly incomprehensible?

Invention is the Green Goblin of Necessary Lemonade.

--Flowers
#575 by eggbert
2008-04-10 19:37:11
http://www.stuffresearch.com
It's basically Kurzweil on <drug>.
#576 by McBain
2008-04-10 20:02:16
Eggbert is right, he's talking Kurzweil.  Assuming net neutrality.

#577 by Jibble
2008-04-10 20:04:23
Here, let me fix it so it's readable.

Here is an article about computer simulations for the evolution of RNA. I'm so awesome that I was coding things like that 10 years ago.

The Internet is really big, and has a lot of information on it. People are better than computers at sifting through that information and pulling out the important nuggets.

I am scared that people will find out about my goat sex fetish, so I go out of my way to maintain multiple online personalities and use IP spoofing in order to prevent people from tracing my bizarre masturbatory behavior back to my real world self.


Lady, people aren't chocolates. But you know what they are, mostly? Bastards. Bastard-coated bastards with bastard filling.

Blog. 194 lbs.  14 to go.
#578 by Chunkstyle
2008-04-10 20:09:53
So Joker is a Bago alt?

Game Developers: Don't forget the zombie monkeys.
#579 by Hugin
2008-04-10 21:09:41
lmccain@nber.org
I wish I could teleport bago into the middle of a machete fight in Kenya or something.  I'm sure his worldview would be of great use to him for about 3 seconds.

"Bioshock, sadly, is no Painkiller." - BobJustBob
#580 by Matt Perkins
2008-04-10 21:14:41
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
I was under the impression machete fights were no longer as popular since introduction of cheap firearms...

"Thug means never having to say you're sorry." - UTurn
#581 by yotsuya
2008-04-10 21:15:58
Heh.

Knowing bago, after 10 minutes the Kenyans would be shouting SUMAS! as they charge into battle.
#582 by FoRmaT
2008-04-10 21:16:43
Woah you should google the subject. There's some pretty ugly shit.

"Action stars of two decades ago shot .44 bullets out of their cocks. Honestly, if me and Charles Bronson were in the same room I'd kill myself just to make sure he didn't hurt me."
#583 by bago
2008-04-10 21:27:39
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
So what, you want my manichean answers to the bloodbath resultant from a gunfight where one cannot presume a modicum of academic stability ? You expect my statements of "can " to be trahhed in a hoobbesian world that is short brutish and nasty?  Or perhaps how I helped create a DNA based based test system that would naturally evolve test cases as the test code itself was constantly mutating and self-selecting according to the priorities we gave it? Or do you find meta-programming insufferable on its own terms?

Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.
#584 by Jibble
2008-04-10 21:28:27
So what, you want my manichean answers...

Right there is about how far he'd make it before being decapitated.

Lady, people aren't chocolates. But you know what they are, mostly? Bastards. Bastard-coated bastards with bastard filling.

Blog. 194 lbs.  14 to go.
#585 by anaqer
2008-04-10 21:28:51
Yeah, and in the end, it's always the wrong kid who dies.

#10 - Why not both come out of a window?
#586 by bago
2008-04-10 21:29:40
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
Tell me about it.

Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.
#587 by Shadarr
2008-04-10 21:44:23
shadarr@gmail.com http://digital-luddite.com
Heh.

Knowing bago, after 10 minutes the Kenyans would be shouting SUMAS! as they charge into battle.

Right, because he's been so good at converting people everywhere else.

Witnesses in the house heard Jones say "why did you pee on me Pooh Bear?" A few moments later, the witness heard the son say "Mama you done stabbed me."
#588 by Caryn
2008-04-10 22:38:44
carynlaw@pacbell.net http://www.hellchick.net
Or do you find meta-programming insufferable on its own terms?

I find YOU insufferable on your own terms.

Bellydance!
#589 by yotsuya
2008-04-10 22:41:29
#587

No, it's not the converting, it's just fun to yell SUMAS! as you rush headlong into anything. My wife, however, has banned the word from the bedroom.
#590 by eggbert
2008-04-10 22:44:48
http://www.stuffresearch.com
Did you feel that? It Just. Got. Personal.
#591 by gaggle
2008-04-10 22:50:27
#589 by yotsuya
My wife, however, has banned the word from the bedroom.

Haha. Egads.

"the accusations are such nonsense that I have found it difficult to treat them with the contempt that they deserve." - Clarke
#592 by Jibble
2008-04-10 23:01:30
My wife has the same policy with the phrase, "BOMBS AWAY!"

Lady, people aren't chocolates. But you know what they are, mostly? Bastards. Bastard-coated bastards with bastard filling.

Blog. 194 lbs.  14 to go.
#593 by gaggle
2008-04-10 23:05:33
Ew, that sounds more scatological. So I guess we finally know your kink.

"the accusations are such nonsense that I have found it difficult to treat them with the contempt that they deserve." - Clarke
#594 by bago
2008-04-10 23:11:15
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
Caryn: When I get out of crunch you should hang out sometime. Chris didn't find me insufferable.

Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.
#595 by assemblerer
2008-04-10 23:22:16
http://uglycode.com
And you don't see Chris socializing with crappers much.

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"I don't love kids enough to spend more than $100.  In fact, I don't love kids at all." - Deacon
#596 by Jibble
2008-04-10 23:36:46
There's no way he talks like that in real life. He'd be dead by now.

Lady, people aren't chocolates. But you know what they are, mostly? Bastards. Bastard-coated bastards with bastard filling.

Blog. 194 lbs.  14 to go.
#597 by gaggle
2008-04-10 23:59:49
No it could be worse in real life as well. I'm more succinct in writing…

"the accusations are such nonsense that I have found it difficult to treat them with the contempt that they deserve." - Clarke
#598 by Ergo
2008-04-11 00:02:21
You must be right, Jibble. The urge to kill would be overwhelming, otherwise.

Invention is the Green Goblin of Necessary Lemonade.

--Flowers
#599 by gaggle
2008-04-11 00:04:03
I'd hang out with bago though.

"the accusations are such nonsense that I have found it difficult to treat them with the contempt that they deserve." - Clarke
#600 by TreeFrog
2008-04-11 00:09:44
Sounds like he'd have some excellent drugs to sell, at any rate.
#601 by Gabe
2008-04-11 00:40:18
http://www.dartpublishing.com
chris had things to say.
#602 by G-Man
2008-04-11 00:53:49
do tell
#603 by m0nty
2008-04-11 06:39:08
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
"bago's dreamy!"
#604 by Ashiran
2008-04-11 09:32:32
Reading bago's posts make me hate Twitter even more.

Any game where competence can be measured by the amount of clicks per minute is not a strategy game.
#605 by bago
2008-04-11 09:55:25
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
It's nice to know I can inspire hatred of random software.

Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.
#606 by Ashiran
2008-04-11 10:00:13
Considering the randomness of your posts it's the only logical outcome.

Any game where competence can be measured by the amount of clicks per minute is not a strategy game.
#607 by m0nty
2008-04-11 10:15:24
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
Reading Ashiran's posts makes me pine for Minesweeper.
#608 by Ashiran
2008-04-11 10:29:55
There could be a bomb in any one of these!

Any game where competence can be measured by the amount of clicks per minute is not a strategy game.
#609 by bago
2008-04-11 11:52:05
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
Damn right.

Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.
#610 by Squeaky
2008-08-16 11:18:14
lwf is a fucking douchebag.

#611 by lwf
2008-08-16 11:24:22
fynaqre!

Once bread becomes toast, it can never go back. Wii.
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