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The first song that sprung into my mind that no-one already had mentioned was this classic: Ice T - Cop Killer Mainly because I myself was very young when I first listened to this song (my older brother bought the CD and I borrowed it from him) and even though I didn't hear nor understand anything o...
- Thu Mar 29, 2012 8:13 pm
- Forum: Spoilers/New Episode Discussion
- Topic: *1601: Reverse Cowgirl* Post-Air Discussion
- Replies: 163
- Views: 53334
Quite a mediocre ep. It feels as if the story was rushed through, the really funny moments were lacking. Besides all of this, what happened to Kenny after Mrs. Donovan's departure ? He wasn't seen later on in the episode and no explanation was ever given. Instead we had the three other boys plus Cly...
Thankfully the limits of real situations prevent exponential growth from lasting long. It's an important model of what WOULD happen IF there weren't limits and proof that limits must exist for it to not happen... how math models apply to the world are important ;P 'Zactly, once a part of Philosophe...
An underrated field of math, and one which has the most potent consequences, is the nature of exponential growth. Where I live, local politicians freaked out of joy that our population increase last year was two percent (2%). Now, if that trend continues, it means that in 35 years we'll have doubled...
- Thu Mar 15, 2012 2:58 am
- Forum: Character Discussion
- Topic: The Official Kenny Discussion Thread thru S20
- Replies: 220
- Views: 70571
A question/speculation I've had in my mind: If Mrs. McKormick dies, would it be possible for Kenny to get reborn? Apparently he's resurrected through his mother every time after he dies, but when she dies it must mean that this ability will cease?
- Thu Mar 15, 2012 2:36 am
- Forum: General South Park Discussion
- Topic: How long have you been watching south park?
- Replies: 53
- Views: 15455
I saw the three first episodes as well as the film back in 1999-2000 and thought they were awesome. After that the episodes just bored me, repititive and dull writing plus I lived in periods without TV. Then last autumn (2011) I re-discovered the show on the Internet where you could watch full episo...
- Thu Mar 15, 2012 2:16 am
- Forum: Fan Art
- Topic: "San Jose" - A South Park-Based Comic Strip
- Replies: 248
- Views: 39335
I have just spent thirty minuites reading this thread. It was worth it; my opinion for using stories from your own life in cartoon is high. Especially since I do recognize many of these events in my own life, being a diabetic type-1 myself and having known some people who actually crossed the border...