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(Popular Science)   With each step forward in 3D printing, we get closer and closer to a Star Trek style replicator. So, behold the next step forward in food replication. Bonus: involving chocolate, of course   (popsci.com) divider line 47
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2014-01-07 08:56:14 AM
Golden Corral Bot 3000?
 
2014-01-07 09:18:45 AM
You know those things are going to be primarily used for Anime sex dolls...eventually?
 
2014-01-07 09:35:12 AM
"... a cake that's chocolate and gradually swirls into a lemon pie"

Oh my!
 
2014-01-07 09:36:32 AM

UberDave: You know those things are going to be primarily used for Anime sex dolls...eventually?


From tubes containing nuts and chocolate?  That gradually swirls into a lemon pie?
 
2014-01-07 09:45:36 AM
So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?
 
2014-01-07 09:49:43 AM

gnosis301: UberDave: You know those things are going to be primarily used for Anime sex dolls...eventually?

From tubes containing nuts and chocolate?  That gradually swirls into a lemon pie?


Well, you know what Isaac Asimov said about creating female sex dolls: "Milk, milk, lemon pie, around the corner nut fudge lies."
 
2014-01-07 09:53:06 AM
Forget the replicator, where's the holodeck?
 
2014-01-07 09:54:47 AM
www.omphalosbookreviews.com
 
2014-01-07 09:55:45 AM

whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?


Who the hell cares.  He was a tiresome moron.
 
2014-01-07 10:03:32 AM

whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?


I guess the modmins got tired of him threadjacking.
 
2014-01-07 10:05:11 AM

HMS_Blinkin: whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?

Who the hell cares.  He was a tiresome moron.


Me and him got into it a few times, and I wasn't around for the final blowup, so it's purely curiousity.
 
2014-01-07 10:06:54 AM

UberDave: You know those things are going to be primarily used for Anime sex dolls...eventually?


Oh, sure, that *SOUNDS* good, until you get killed by a sword.
 
2014-01-07 10:13:53 AM

dittybopper: until you get killed by a sword


How weird is that?
 
2014-01-07 10:19:51 AM

Begoggle: whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?

I guess the modmins got tired of him threadjacking.


Awwww, that's almost disappointing.  I'm building a 3D printer based on the RepRap Prusa i3 design and I was tempted to taunt him with photos of it.

Now this chocolate printer, on the other hand, is a terrific waste of human effort - printing fattening, life shortening empty calories is not a worthy goal for mankind.

/[sniffle] almost miss him already
 
2014-01-07 10:21:02 AM

whosits_112: HMS_Blinkin: whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?

Who the hell cares.  He was a tiresome moron.

Me and him got into it a few times, and I wasn't around for the final blowup, so it's purely curiousity.


I'm curious as well, if someone could kindly point me towards the relevant thread.
 
2014-01-07 10:29:10 AM

whosits_112: HMS_Blinkin: whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?

Who the hell cares.  He was a tiresome moron.

Me and him got into it a few times, and I wasn't around for the final blowup, so it's purely curiousity.


There was a meltdown!?  Naturally I missed it.  God dammit.
 
2014-01-07 10:31:32 AM

Andric: whosits_112: HMS_Blinkin: whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?

Who the hell cares.  He was a tiresome moron.

Me and him got into it a few times, and I wasn't around for the final blowup, so it's purely curiousity.

There was a meltdown!?  Naturally I missed it.  God dammit.


That's what I heard in another 3D printing thread from yesterday. Maybe the mods got tired of him calling everyone an idiot and a moron whenever someone poked fun at him.
 
2014-01-07 10:33:40 AM

Begoggle: whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?

I guess the modmins got tired of him threadjacking.


Now to retrain everyone to not say "where's QA?" every time we have an article about space or 3d printing. I called him Technobevets because he had the same stupid effect that Bevets did in any thread that could be about something interesting in evolutionary biology.
 
2014-01-07 10:33:45 AM
I as well would like to witness the last hurrah of our favorite luddite...so, bookmarked in case someone posts the thread.
 
2014-01-07 10:35:24 AM

Fano: Begoggle: whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?

I guess the modmins got tired of him threadjacking.

Now to retrain everyone to not say "where's QA?" every time we have an article about space or 3d printing. I called him Technobevets because he had the same stupid effect that Bevets did in any thread that could be about something interesting in evolutionary biology.


True, but at least QA didn't act like some kind of bot program. He was fun in that at least he could get riled up.

//LUDDITEGARBLE!!!!
 
2014-01-07 10:38:47 AM

SansNeural: Begoggle: whosits_112: So, does anyone know about the QA meltdown? What happened to old sourpuss?

I guess the modmins got tired of him threadjacking.

Awwww, that's almost disappointing.  I'm building a 3D printer based on the RepRap Prusa i3 design and I was tempted to taunt him with photos of it.

Now this chocolate printer, on the other hand, is a terrific waste of human effort - printing fattening, life shortening empty calories is not a worthy goal for mankind.

/[sniffle] almost miss him already


Luddite! Luddite! LUDDITE!!!  Computers have improved and someone went to space once!!!
/best I can do
 
2014-01-07 10:46:56 AM
You could mould a perfectly curved swirl with precision-placed nuts to create the most realistic looking yet fully edible chocolate poo EVER.
 
2014-01-07 11:00:29 AM

Gordon Bennett: You could mould a perfectly curved swirl with precision-placed nuts to create the most realistic looking yet fully edible chocolate poo EVER.


OK, this might be a useful device after all.
 
2014-01-07 11:06:04 AM
3D Systems just press released about releasing 2 food printers.

I submitted that with a terrible headline
 
2014-01-07 11:08:07 AM

croesius: I as well would like to witness the last hurrah of our favorite luddite...so, bookmarked in case someone posts the thread.


http://www.fark.com/comments/8074874/88362785#c88362785

All the interesting parts were deleted except for this one person's quote who was left behind.
 
2014-01-07 11:08:10 AM

Gordon Bennett: You could mould a perfectly curved swirl with precision-placed nuts to create the most realistic looking yet fully edible chocolate poo EVER.


that almost made me do a spit-take
 
2014-01-07 11:09:10 AM

whosits_112: True, but at least QA didn't act like some kind of bot program. He was fun in that at least he could get riled up.

//LUDDITEGARBLE!!!!


Wouldn't a sophisticated bot do just that, in order to convince the audience (ie., us) that they aren't a bot?

That's one of the first things I think I would do if I were trying to pass a Turing test:  Throw in some semi-random umbrage.

/I have to get Turing tested regularly.
//Thanks Robama.
 
2014-01-07 11:15:56 AM

Begoggle: croesius: I as well would like to witness the last hurrah of our favorite luddite...so, bookmarked in case someone posts the thread.

http://www.fark.com/comments/8074874/88362785#c88362785

All the interesting parts were deleted except for this one person's quote who was left behind.


Wow, he got kicked in the ass because he threadjacked a thread about a Vette getting farked up at a Sam's Club? What a way to stick to your derpy guns.

/Now, on topic, I want to 3D print a hot new girlfriend. Holodeck, but better!
 
2014-01-07 11:52:44 AM
The thing that always got me about the ST:TNG replicator... you could literally have any goddamn thing you wanted, and have it right now. And yet, the only thing baldy ever asked for was tea, Earl Grey, hot.

I mean, c'mon man. The world is your mutherfarking oyster here... throw out a curveball once in a while. Try the cocoa, or a mint julip. Live a little.
 
2014-01-07 01:05:43 PM
Mr_Fabulous:
I mean, c'mon man. The world is your mutherfarking oyster here... throw out a curveball once in a while. Try the cocoa, or a mint julip. Live a little.

Perhaps he had and discovered that in the 24th Century everything BUT the tea tastes like ass flavoured luke warm water?
 
2014-01-07 02:47:19 PM
Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?
 
2014-01-07 02:57:19 PM
I just 3d printed part of my latedstdinosaur project, so I'm getting a kick...i171.photobucket.com

Not made out of chocolate... yet.
 
2014-01-07 03:42:32 PM

dittybopper: whosits_112: True, but at least QA didn't act like some kind of bot program. He was fun in that at least he could get riled up.

//LUDDITEGARBLE!!!!

Wouldn't a sophisticated bot do just that, in order to convince the audience (ie., us) that they aren't a bot?

That's one of the first things I think I would do if I were trying to pass a Turing test:  Throw in some semi-random umbrage.

/I have to get Turing tested regularly.
//Thanks Robama.


Dude, I've failed the Turing test and I'm human. If a bot can pass it, then we're screwed and don't know it yet.

/it's not hard to fail it if you know how.
 
2014-01-07 04:11:25 PM

SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?


I know you are channeling QA sarcastically there.... but I do want to point out that, yes, they DID explain it. It's an outgrowth of the transporter technology. It disassembles matter into it's constituent components, reconstitutes them as hydrogen for easy storage, and then takes that hydrogen, breaks it down, and reassembles it into the specific elements/molecules that the user desires.
 
2014-01-07 04:50:53 PM

tgambitg: SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?

I know you are channeling QA sarcastically there.... but I do want to point out that, yes, they DID explain it. It's an outgrowth of the transporter technology. It disassembles matter into it's constituent components, reconstitutes them as hydrogen for easy storage, and then takes that hydrogen, breaks it down, and reassembles it into the specific elements/molecules that the user desires.


Shut up you. We don't like your kind in these parts, with you facts and what nots.
 
2014-01-07 05:10:07 PM

SearchN: tgambitg: SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?

I know you are channeling QA sarcastically there.... but I do want to point out that, yes, they DID explain it. It's an outgrowth of the transporter technology. It disassembles matter into it's constituent components, reconstitutes them as hydrogen for easy storage, and then takes that hydrogen, breaks it down, and reassembles it into the specific elements/molecules that the user desires.

Shut up you. We don't like your kind in these parts, with you facts and what nots.


Oh, I do apologize, good sir... Allow me to rephrase that:

WHARBLEGARBL LUDDITE
 
2014-01-07 05:27:37 PM

tgambitg: SearchN: tgambitg: SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?

I know you are channeling QA sarcastically there.... but I do want to point out that, yes, they DID explain it. It's an outgrowth of the transporter technology. It disassembles matter into it's constituent components, reconstitutes them as hydrogen for easy storage, and then takes that hydrogen, breaks it down, and reassembles it into the specific elements/molecules that the user desires.

Shut up you. We don't like your kind in these parts, with you facts and what nots.

Oh, I do apologize, good sir... Allow me to rephrase that:

WHARBLEGARBL LUDDITE


Perfect. Thanks.

/I don't think I am going to miss QA.
 
2014-01-07 05:31:19 PM

SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?


it didn't make me twitch, so no
 
2014-01-07 06:53:18 PM

loonatic112358: SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?

it didn't make me twitch, so no


Yea, I just don't have enough troll in me.
 
2014-01-07 06:54:21 PM

cranked: dittybopper: until you get killed by a sword

How weird is that?


+1
 
2014-01-07 08:40:48 PM

SearchN: Yea, I just don't have enough troll in me.


You've been working too hard in the other direction, maybe you could start posting in politics tab, the people there are well easy to rile up
 
2014-01-07 09:18:06 PM

loonatic112358: SearchN: Yea, I just don't have enough troll in me.

You've been working too hard in the other direction, maybe you could start posting in politics tab, the people there are well easy to rile up


Na, you know me man. I'm on fark for the fun of it, I could care less about trolling people. That's just not my style. I'm waaaaay to honest about things to be a good troll.

/If I ever start talking about shoes though, pay attention.
//Worked in that industry for 6 years. Everything from injection molding to high end leather.
///I think I was the internet version of Al Bundy.
////Feel free to email me if you are curious as to who I worked for and what I did.
 
2014-01-07 09:55:06 PM

SearchN: loonatic112358: SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?

it didn't make me twitch, so no

Yea, I just don't have enough troll in me.


Part of the problem was that you posted a coherent paragraph. QA's failure wasn't his POV: there is plenty of room to critique the space program and rein in the boundless breathless optimism of 3D printing. Life extension is a laudable goal, and not a bad hobby horse as things go.

But instead he'd just blurt "Immortal ageless atoms" and "space nutters" in a two sentence rebuttal. I'm not asking for a wall of text out of my trolls, but he was pretty lazy. Furthermore, any time there WAS a thread that looked favorable for life extension, he was nowhere to be found. There are a few politics/misc trolls that annoy me in some threads but do have something positive to contribute in a field they are interesting.

Every once in a while, QA would post something normal like a regular human being. Then he'd go back to his brief, crazed ejaculations.
 
2014-01-07 10:25:49 PM

Fano: SearchN: loonatic112358: SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?

it didn't make me twitch, so no

Yea, I just don't have enough troll in me.

Part of the problem was that you posted a coherent paragraph. QA's failure wasn't his POV: there is plenty of room to critique the space program and rein in the boundless breathless optimism of 3D printing. Life extension is a laudable goal, and not a bad hobby horse as things go.

But instead he'd just blurt "Immortal ageless atoms" and "space nutters" in a two sentence rebuttal. I'm not asking for a wall of text out of my trolls, but he was pretty lazy. Furthermore, any time there WAS a thread that looked favorable for life extension, he was nowhere to be found. There are a few politics/misc trolls that annoy me in some threads but do have something positive to contribute in a field they are interesting.

Every once in a while, QA would ...


Yea, probably. Ill just stick to doing this:

www.hogwild.net

I'm much better at that.

/heh. Zipper nipples.
 
2014-01-07 10:30:57 PM

SearchN: Fano: SearchN: loonatic112358: SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?

it didn't make me twitch, so no

Yea, I just don't have enough troll in me.

Part of the problem was that you posted a coherent paragraph. QA's failure wasn't his POV: there is plenty of room to critique the space program and rein in the boundless breathless optimism of 3D printing. Life extension is a laudable goal, and not a bad hobby horse as things go.

But instead he'd just blurt "Immortal ageless atoms" and "space nutters" in a two sentence rebuttal. I'm not asking for a wall of text out of my trolls, but he was pretty lazy. Furthermore, any time there WAS a thread that looked favorable for life extension, he was nowhere to be found. There are a few politics/misc trolls that annoy me in some threads but do have something positive to contribute in a field they are interesting.

Every once in a while, QA ...


2.bp.blogspot.com

Replace QA memorial thread with space babe thread? Nice!
 
2014-01-07 11:06:58 PM

Fano: SearchN: Fano: SearchN: loonatic112358: SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?

it didn't make me twitch, so no

Yea, I just don't have enough troll in me.

Part of the problem was that you posted a coherent paragraph. QA's failure wasn't his POV: there is plenty of room to critique the space program and rein in the boundless breathless optimism of 3D printing. Life extension is a laudable goal, and not a bad hobby horse as things go.

But instead he'd just blurt "Immortal ageless atoms" and "space nutters" in a two sentence rebuttal. I'm not asking for a wall of text out of my trolls, but he was pretty lazy. Furthermore, any time there WAS a thread that looked favorable for life extension, he was nowhere to be found. There are a few politics/misc trolls that annoy me in some threads but do have something positive to contribute in a field they are interesting.

Every once in a ...


It's what I do man.

i208.photobucket.com

I can turn any thread into a boobies thread.

/Have over 1,000 farkers/farkettes email addresses for boobies threads.
//And I thank each and everyone of them for their help.
 
2014-01-08 09:47:12 AM

Fano: SearchN: loonatic112358: SearchN: Subby is a moron. A replicator functioned by creating the requested items immediately. This is already pre-loaded with the needed items. In ST they never explained or showed what the power and materials used were. In the real world, its impossible to just magically create something out of thin air. That technology is a pipe dream and will never be realized. It's kind of like you morons that say 'the only way for human life to avoid dying from a giant sky fireball is to get off the planet'. That's not going to happen. Do any of you idiots realize just how big the universe is? Sure, you can say 'we can try terraforming mars' but again, that technology isn't going to happen. It's not worth the time or money. You might even ask about a colony in space, and again, that won't happen. How are you going to provide the needed power, the needed radiation shielding, the food and most importantly, the water. We don't have the power, we don't have the money and we don't have the time to do any of this. Live your life on earth and stop being wide eye dreams who think human's will ever go anywhere but this planet.

/Am I doing it right?

it didn't make me twitch, so no

Yea, I just don't have enough troll in me.

Part of the problem was that you posted a coherent paragraph. QA's failure wasn't his POV: there is plenty of room to critique the space program and rein in the boundless breathless optimism of 3D printing. Life extension is a laudable goal, and not a bad hobby horse as things go.

But instead he'd just blurt "Immortal ageless atoms" and "space nutters" in a two sentence rebuttal. I'm not asking for a wall of text out of my trolls, but he was pretty lazy. Furthermore, any time there WAS a thread that looked favorable for life extension, he was nowhere to be found. There are a few politics/misc trolls that annoy me in some threads but do have something positive to contribute in a field they are interesting.

Every once in a while, QA would would post something normal like a regular human being. Then he'd go back to his brief, crazed ejaculations

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Hey! You leave brief, crazed ejaculations alone!

/*cries and runs away*
 
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