Re: Why stainless steel?
I don't think you understand how old a Millenial can actually be...
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Hey man, I still haven't seen anything about your super-duper mega AI chips that are going to make everything redundant. When are we going to see them again? Or is it all a smelly load of stinky mess like everything else you spend worryingly large amounts of time writing...
I don't understand why people will happily shell out for booze, or for over-priced coffees, but then turn their nose up at a Christmas-time scratch card. It's a bit of fun, with an outside chanceo of winning a couple of quid. Way more wastage of money happens at that time of year for way less pay-off.
> I should note that i am NOT part of the material sciences team that created these compounds. I'm merely the public mouthpiece!
Then you are doing a spectacularly bad job at it. I've been watching Linus Tech Tips like you suggested by the way, and none of your super-duper world changing inventions haven't been shown yet - can you confirm when they are going to be on?
Like everything you have ever spouted on here, I imagine they're "coming soon!!"
Give it up.
What's happening with your fandabbydozy SuperAIExtreme chips that you've been bleating on about matey? I've been keeping an eye on Linus Tech Tips but there's been nothing on there. Unless your products were those dodgy no-brand GPUs he reviewed the other day? Is that what you've been creating? Dodgy no-brand GPUs? Is it?
For once we agree - a lot will happen in 2023 - some people will be born, some people will die. Some elections will happen somewhere around the world, a few movies will be released and also produced, but what will not happen, I predict, is that any of the nonsense that comes out of your mouth via your fingers will ever happen.
I wonder, how do you find time to do your actual "job" at this super-secret-mega-technology base given the walls of absolutely nonsensical pseudoscience that you post here on a regular basis?
Also, where are all the magical things that you have been promising us for the last several years? - always "coming soon" but never actually arriving...
Well that was an interesting read. A charlatan and a is-he-a-bot-or-an-AI talking nonsense to each other.
When are you actually going to deliver anything StargateSG7? I've been reading your gibberish for years now, and it's always "just a few months" away...
Back in the mists of time, when I was a young'un and things were still in SD, I was sitting in class one day working away when the headmaster poked his head in the door and said to me those fateful words "your mother is on the phone". As some here will remember, in those pre-mobile days these words were code for "someone you love and care for has died and your life will never be the same again" so it was with a sense of trepidation that I made that long walk through the corridors to his office to pick up the receiver.
"It's gone! The whole thing is gone and all I have on the screen is a white page! All my bloody work has gone!"
She had pressed CTRL+N by mistake.
Scott Manley had a great line in one of his recent videos when discussing this matter and addressing the chances of the launch impacting Santa's ability to delivery presents at the right time:
"Don't worry, the James Webb telescope launching on time is just a story we tell our children at Christmas"
A link to the full presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOn2CZWnxxY
I've watched the first 10 minutes - it truly is something to behold. I'm not normally one to comment on someone's appearance but it really does look like they have deliberately made MZ look like Data from TNG - a "meta" commentary on this thing trying to be like the Holodeck?
I can't believe he made it through the presentation with a straight face, and of course there had to be a single-speed fixie in the background at one point...
Back in the days of Exchange 5.5, our mail server would regularly fall over (by design, given that we were on the standard edition which limited the size of the EDB file to some stupidly low limit) because the sales team were hard at work swapping porn videos with their counterparts at the company's main retailers. After speaking to the CEO it was decided to implement content filtering in order to prevent this happening. Cue the Sales Director walking up to my desk, throwing his laptop down telling me that "I can't work like this! You can't stop us doing this - it's not wrong - we're Italian!". They guy was Australian, the company was the Australian arm of an Italian company.
The CFO then got wind of this and asked me if I could export all of the offending files and then delete them, thus freeing up space in the EDB. However, the request was firmly made to burn all of the offending material to a DVD before deleting it, so that he could, erm, "inspect" it all from home.
Those guys had some balls, I tell you.