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39801953 No. 39801953
Inline skates are probably named so because their wheels are in a line.
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>> No. 39801956
...I'mma take yours as that might very well be correct.
Then again in my defense i don't think they're specifically called inline skates here, rather just rollerskates for any kind of sort-of-skate like thing with wheels.
("Rolschaatsen")

Last edited at Mon, Apr 20th, 2015 08:29

>> No. 39801959
So they should actually be pronounced inlíne skates?????
>> No. 39801964
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>>39801956
I knew them as rollerblades during my childhood, I think it was just the company name.

>>39801959
Do you mean- ooooh, yeah probably. Like, low with the "in", then do a high-to-low with "line".
I would've just done a high "in" and low "line" before, but you are right.

guys come on dumb things you must have some stuff too
>> No. 39801966
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>Rain
>Purple
>Purple Rain

>Blythe Baxter
>Has freakishly huge head and eyes cause based on Japanese Blythe dolls
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>>39801966
Dude, that Blythe bit... whoa.
>> No. 39801971
>>39801964

Explains too.
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>>39801969

Also, Biskit twins...apparently "biscuit" means twice baked, kinda clever
>> No. 39801989
When you say "see you later" to somepony, and they reply with "not if I see you first", the joke is that they'll avoid you if they see you first
>> No. 39802057
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...so many things
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>>39801989
Duuuuuude.
>> No. 39802091
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I was just thinking back on my introductory analysis course.

It used to look like gibberish to me.
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>>39801953
It took me way to long to realize the phrase was "for all intents and purposes" and not "for all intensive purposes."

>>39802091
Differential geometry still looks like gibberish to me.

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>>39802101
Differential Geometry is awesome.

But seriously, it's probably the most visual of math.
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>>39802107
I always found it kind of tedious personally. Maybe I just had a bad teacher. For visual math, I prefer Complex Analysis and Topology.
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>>39802141
There are different schools for Differential geometry.

Abtract vector bundles are probably tricky to understand, while the awesome invariant/Nomizu calculus is very intuitive. (and great to develop submanifold theory)
(Koszul calculus is a mess, especially if poorly taught)

But Complex analysis and in particular functional analysis are pretty fun in my book as well.

Topology, is very fun once you get through the concepts, but it can be a pain to capture well.

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>> No. 39802143
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39802143
If a girl says no it means no.
>> No. 39802144
>>39802143

Except when it means yes. :3
>> No. 39802221
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The rules of "a" and "an".
>> No. 39802244
Why laptops are called laptops and desktops called desktops.
>> No. 39802252
>>39802244
In the manual it says to actually not place them on the lap.
I followed the advice a long time, but last years I started using my lap, and now I do it a lot.
>> No. 39802253
>>39802252
you're gonna fry your balls doing that
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>>39802253
Maybe I wasn't specific enough, but the distance to my balls is usually enough so that I don't feel a temperature shift. Should be alright.
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Also, Applejack's irises went from green to blue.
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