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#1 2017-Aug-15  02:29:58

redgreenandblue
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▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

CURRENTLY IN THE LEAD

Try to get this and the other topic to be paired together on the list of TBGs. If they are then add one number to the thread on top.

You may bump for the sake of getting them together (or apart), but don't add 1.

We start with 0.

Last edited by redgreenandblue (2018-Jun-13  07:38:50)

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#2 2017-Aug-15  03:02:02

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#3 2017-Aug-15  03:03:26

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

1

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#4 2017-Aug-15  03:19:02

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2

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#5 2017-Aug-15  07:49:25

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

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#6 2017-Aug-15  08:53:30

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

paired so 4


i didn't put something here soon plz halp

Fun Fact: Exposure to excessive blue light at night can harm sleep, because blue light tells your brain that it's daytime. To avoid this, I HIGHLY recommend a little program called f.lux. It makes your display warmer at night when the sun sets, reducing blue light exposure at night. Click here to get f.lux. Apparently a small study from Brigham Young University is casting doubt on this old belief, I'll have to keep an eye on this and see if it's reproduced by a larger study/studies. I'll still probably use f.lux even if it is just a placebo because looking at a bright blue screen in a room lit with a warm-white light is kinda obnoxious.

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#7 2017-Aug-15  09:13:14

Alex The JPEG
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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

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#8 2017-Aug-15  09:50:36

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

bump


Play me on chess.com! Scratch group!   √-1 2³ ∑ 3.14, and it was delicious!
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Either your internet was too slow, or you're using the wrong theme, so you lost the game.

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#9 2017-Aug-15  11:14:57

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#10 2017-Aug-15  13:41:35

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Bump

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#11 2017-Aug-15  16:06:22

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

PAIRED

7


i didn't put something here soon plz halp

Fun Fact: Exposure to excessive blue light at night can harm sleep, because blue light tells your brain that it's daytime. To avoid this, I HIGHLY recommend a little program called f.lux. It makes your display warmer at night when the sun sets, reducing blue light exposure at night. Click here to get f.lux. Apparently a small study from Brigham Young University is casting doubt on this old belief, I'll have to keep an eye on this and see if it's reproduced by a larger study/studies. I'll still probably use f.lux even if it is just a placebo because looking at a bright blue screen in a room lit with a warm-white light is kinda obnoxious.

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#12 2017-Aug-15  22:28:08

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

paired, 8


Play me on chess.com! Scratch group!   √-1 2³ ∑ 3.14, and it was delicious!
XCXl38u.png
Either your internet was too slow, or you're using the wrong theme, so you lost the game.

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#13 2017-Aug-16  00:46:30

Flowermanvista
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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

bump


i didn't put something here soon plz halp

Fun Fact: Exposure to excessive blue light at night can harm sleep, because blue light tells your brain that it's daytime. To avoid this, I HIGHLY recommend a little program called f.lux. It makes your display warmer at night when the sun sets, reducing blue light exposure at night. Click here to get f.lux. Apparently a small study from Brigham Young University is casting doubt on this old belief, I'll have to keep an eye on this and see if it's reproduced by a larger study/studies. I'll still probably use f.lux even if it is just a placebo because looking at a bright blue screen in a room lit with a warm-white light is kinda obnoxious.

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#14 2017-Aug-16  02:03:37

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

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I'm on github, and youtube. Owner of the TBG forums flockmod room.

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#15 2017-Aug-16  04:20:00

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#16 2017-Aug-16  12:50:34

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

bump


I'm on github, and youtube. Owner of the TBG forums flockmod room.

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#17 2017-Aug-16  13:28:08

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#18 2017-Aug-17  07:27:22

Flowermanvista
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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

paired

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i didn't put something here soon plz halp

Fun Fact: Exposure to excessive blue light at night can harm sleep, because blue light tells your brain that it's daytime. To avoid this, I HIGHLY recommend a little program called f.lux. It makes your display warmer at night when the sun sets, reducing blue light exposure at night. Click here to get f.lux. Apparently a small study from Brigham Young University is casting doubt on this old belief, I'll have to keep an eye on this and see if it's reproduced by a larger study/studies. I'll still probably use f.lux even if it is just a placebo because looking at a bright blue screen in a room lit with a warm-white light is kinda obnoxious.

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#19 2017-Aug-17  07:27:50

SuperJedi224
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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

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I'm on github, and youtube. Owner of the TBG forums flockmod room.

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#20 2017-Aug-17  07:42:53

Alex The JPEG
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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

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Check out my GitHub! You might find some neat stuff there!

POST PROGRESS (updated 12/15/2020)
██████░░░░ 0 - 10,000
░░░░░░░░░░ 6,000 - 7,000
███░░░░░░░ 6,000 - 6,100

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#21 2017-Aug-17  07:56:34

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paired

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#22 2017-Aug-17  09:00:28

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

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#23 2017-Aug-17  09:17:26

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unpaired


How well do I surviv?
A number of Internets. Dare you add one more?
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The Harold Temperature Scale
H = K/2889 - 1; K = (H + 1) * 2889
H = (C + 273.15)/2889 - 1; C = (H + 1) * 2889 - 273.15
H = (5/9(F - 32) + 273.15)/2889 - 1 ; F = 9/5((H + 1) * 2889 - 273.15) + 32

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#24 2017-Aug-17  09:56:06

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Re: ▲▲Pair These Topics▼▼

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#25 2017-Aug-18  00:33:48

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