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1v1 and TDM Demos / Re: Purri vs Provi EDL8 - Edge
« on: February 13, 2011, 06:20:39 PM »
Prior to seeing this video I would have said it'd be impossible for anyone in the world to get 11 straight frags on Purri in DM1.


Jump & Trick Demos / Re: Where can I get the .dm2 player to view demos?
« on: February 13, 2011, 06:08:03 PM »
I'd love to try that solution Defiant...but you'll have to hold my hand a bit more on writing a batch file to do that. Can I convince you to post a step-by-step for me? Sorry...I'm a noob at the software side of things.

Mangy  :smiley_ablq:

Jump & Trick Demos / Re: Where can I get the .dm2 player to view demos?
« on: February 13, 2011, 12:58:10 PM »
Thanks all for the warm welcome....I've downloaded the .zip file for the extracts fine..but the setup process reaches 100% and gets stuck. I've let it sit for 10 min...still nothing. I'm using Vista 32 bit. I ran the setup as Admin. Does anyone have the player .exe file and any associated files they could upload here that I can copy directly to my pc without needing to go through the setup process?

Thanks in advance.

Mangy  :smiley_ablq:

Jump & Trick Demos / Where can I get the .dm2 player to view demos?
« on: February 12, 2011, 06:43:28 PM »
If anyone can upload the player to the site or provide a link to where it can be had I'd really appreciate it.

Mangy  :smiley_ablq:

Jokes / Re: Limericks
« on: June 03, 2008, 09:00:19 AM »
There once was a noob from Peru
named zndkw1n, you know that it's true
I whipped out my shlong
so erect and so long
and shot him in the face with man-goo.

lol need counseling.. :lolsign:


Jokes / Re: Funny Pictures
« on: June 03, 2008, 08:50:39 AM »
Sometimes showboating isn't a good idea.....thats gonna leave a mark...


omg talk about Road Rash to the arms.... :frag:


Jokes / Re: Old man and his bucket.
« on: June 03, 2008, 08:46:14 AM »


Jokes / Re: JOKES
« on: May 19, 2008, 12:36:29 AM »
Ni-ux and I were hiking through the woods one day and came upon a goat with its head stuck in the fence. I thought, what the heck and dropped my pants. I turned to Nick and he looked a little puzzled. I said, "you want some of this?". He said sure, why not. I backed off and zipped up. When I looked up, Nick had his pants down and head stuck in the fence.

 :lolsign:...say it ain't so Nick..

WOOF! :smiley_ablq:

Jokes / Re: Funny Pictures
« on: May 19, 2008, 12:32:19 AM »
I would have put "undead" after the word "death"....

WOOF!  :smiley_ablq:

1v1 and TDM Demos / Welcome Back Ridix 1v1 versus Mangy
« on: May 12, 2008, 10:43:56 PM »
Welcome Back Ridix  ;D  :frag:

Jokes / Re: Funny Pictures
« on: April 28, 2008, 07:55:13 PM »
UNIVAC I was a decimal machine. It used a concept called "words" to store 12 characters of 63 possible values.

A good overview is in Wikipedia:

"UNIVAC I used 5,200 vacuum tubes,[4] weighed 29,000 pounds (13 metric tons), consumed 125 kW, and could perform about 1,905 operations per second running on a 2.25 MHz clock. The Central Complex alone (i.e. the processor and memory unit) was 4.3 m by 2.4 m by 2.6 m high. The complete system occupied more than 35.5 m² of floor space."

Memory was 1000 words.

The tubes were binary, that is, they were either on or off, like our current computer technology but the data states were represented as pulse trains signifying the value of the word being represented. All the words were equal length so you could think of a word as being sent in an almost Morse code fashion. The basic pulse frequency of the word clock was 1MHz and it took 42 microseconds to transmit one word. One machine word was a 42 bit serial train of pulses clocked at 1MHz.

Storage was mercury delay lines. The computer could never pass today's environmental impact requirements. :)

The computer only had 8 instructions or an opcode of 3 bits and 2 bits of word and 2 bits of channel selectors for manipulating main memory or the operands of the instructions. Main "memory" was an acoustic delay line of 16 words. You might think of these 16 words as today's instruction/data pipeline.

Yes, you toggled it, but that was to load the program. Much like was done on the first microprocessor machines like the MITS Altair 8800, Imsai 8080 or Cromemco. Once the program was loaded, it would operate until it malfunctioned or hit the halt instruction. Often it was a race to see which would happen first. :)

All in all an amazing piece of engineering for its day.

HA! I WAS RIGHT!  :yessign:......well i was off by a 1/4 of a MHz..sue me

WOOF! :smiley_ablq:

Jokes / Re: Funny Pictures
« on: April 27, 2008, 10:59:43 PM »

What was the operating speed of the Univac? Like 2MHz?

Jokes / Re: Limericks
« on: April 24, 2008, 07:53:46 AM »
There was a young man named Dave
Who kept a dead whore in a cave
(said he) I have to admit
I'm a bit of a shit
But look at the money I save

There was a young man named Joe
Who had an affair with a crow
Said he with a grin
As he wiped off his chin
Never again....


lol Two sick ones in a row..... :help: :lolsign:

Jokes / Re: Joke :)
« on: April 24, 2008, 07:52:48 AM »
What's the fastest speed sex can reach?

68, because at 69 you have to stop and turn around.

lol N1

Jokes / Joke :)
« on: April 23, 2008, 05:02:58 PM »
Q: Did you know that oral sex and smoking cigarettes are very much alike?

Q: Oh? How is that?

A: 'Cause the closer you get to the butt...the stronger the flavor gets.   :lolsign:

WOOF! :smiley_ablq:

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