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**TonyBrown148****TBGer**- From: Source To: Target
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Actual title: Get -ed . It's changed to more people.

If you wonder what this thread is, I can tell you that this thread is the TBG version of rickrolling.

You can do whatever you do to a rickrolling video to this thread.

Rules: *You know the rules, and so do I.* So I'm not posting exact rules.

Now *we know the game, and we're gonna play it*!

*Last edited by TonyBrown148 (2021-Jul-22 13:29:50)*

In the beginning, everything was void, and J. H. W. H. Conway began to create numbers. Conway said, "Let there be two rules which bring forth all numbers large and small. This shall be the first rule: Every number corresponds to two sets of previously created numbers, such that no member of the left set is greater than or equal to any member of the right set. And the second rule shall be this: One number is less than or equal to another number if and only if no member of the first number's left set is greater than or equal to the second number, and no member of the second number's right set is less than or equal to the first number." And Conway examined these two rules he had made, and behold! They were very good.

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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**Get -ed .**

In the beginning, everything was void, and J. H. W. H. Conway began to create numbers. Conway said, "Let there be two rules which bring forth all numbers large and small. This shall be the first rule: Every number corresponds to two sets of previously created numbers, such that no member of the left set is greater than or equal to any member of the right set. And the second rule shall be this: One number is less than or equal to another number if and only if no member of the first number's left set is greater than or equal to the second number, and no member of the second number's right set is less than or equal to the first number." And Conway examined these two rules he had made, and behold! They were very good.

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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PkmnQ wrote:

what does this mean?

In the beginning, everything was void, and J. H. W. H. Conway began to create numbers. Conway said, "Let there be two rules which bring forth all numbers large and small. This shall be the first rule: Every number corresponds to two sets of previously created numbers, such that no member of the left set is greater than or equal to any member of the right set. And the second rule shall be this: One number is less than or equal to another number if and only if no member of the first number's left set is greater than or equal to the second number, and no member of the second number's right set is less than or equal to the first number." And Conway examined these two rules he had made, and behold! They were very good.

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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PkmnQ wrote:

the current name

what do you mean by this? if you ask the name of this type of "rolling", it's called "smileyrolling", or -ing if you want to use smileys.

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And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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oh.

BTW title will be updated regularly.

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And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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Huh.

Quite interesting.

My life is just an infinite loop of doing homework.

It only contains school, TBGs, watching YouTube, Minecraft (slowly disappearing) and my very little knowledge about coding.

Trust me, I'm a boring person.

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Byron_Inc_TBG wrote:

Huh.

Quite interesting.

are you -ed?

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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Yeah.

By the latest title.

My life is just an infinite loop of doing homework.

It only contains school, TBGs, watching YouTube, Minecraft (slowly disappearing) and my very little knowledge about coding.

Trust me, I'm a boring person.

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redgreenandblue wrote:

I just got 'd by this post

The url suggests that this is a topic, not a post.

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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Ow got smileyrolled by the title again.

My life is just an infinite loop of doing homework.

It only contains school, TBGs, watching YouTube, Minecraft (slowly disappearing) and my very little knowledge about coding.

Trust me, I'm a boring person.

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**Byron_Inc_TBG****TBGer**- From: Miraculously completed notes
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ugh

My life is just an infinite loop of doing homework.

It only contains school, TBGs, watching YouTube, Minecraft (slowly disappearing) and my very little knowledge about coding.

Trust me, I'm a boring person.

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**gilbert_given_TBG****TBGer**- From: Isolation Chamber
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oh

I'm now living in a dangerous place.

(siggy too thick, scrolling is needed for #TeamScratchStyle)

Some of my esolangs I made: redirected here

Stuff I made: Smiley Code Decoder Word Shuffler List nBASIC PseudoSmiley Pybolge Unshrekton OLLY in Wenyan ESC JSC Shortcut to my sig editor TPSC Programmable Text Generator Why? Link to DWiki Link to esolangs.org Link to TIO List of nonsense programs Flerovium

*search up "Prototype Autonomous Management Agent".

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Did you get here from my post on the 8192 topic?

My life is just an infinite loop of doing homework.

It only contains school, TBGs, watching YouTube, Minecraft (slowly disappearing) and my very little knowledge about coding.

Trust me, I'm a boring person.

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-ing post for preventing people from checking topic IDs. No:#1

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And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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-ing post for preventing people from checking topic IDs. No:#2

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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-ing post for preventing people from checking topic IDs. No:#3

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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aaaaaaaa

I'm now living in a dangerous place.

(siggy too thick, scrolling is needed for #TeamScratchStyle)

Some of my esolangs I made: redirected here

Stuff I made: Smiley Code Decoder Word Shuffler List nBASIC PseudoSmiley Pybolge Unshrekton OLLY in Wenyan ESC JSC Shortcut to my sig editor TPSC Programmable Text Generator Why? Link to DWiki Link to esolangs.org Link to TIO List of nonsense programs Flerovium

*search up "Prototype Autonomous Management Agent".

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AAAAAAAA

I thought it's a new topic

Also someone make a reboot

My life is just an infinite loop of doing homework.

It only contains school, TBGs, watching YouTube, Minecraft (slowly disappearing) and my very little knowledge about coding.

Trust me, I'm a boring person.

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