I'm in the same boat. With no job, I'm stuck waiting on Christmas and Birthday (hopefully Christmas, as my birthday is roughly a week after all the early game promotion stuff ends). Fortunately for me, though, I already got a 3DS two years ago, so I only need money for the game itself.
Good luck, pal! =]
Yep. I don't mind being called a redneck XD
Um... maybe you? It's not like I'm calling you a redneck or anything...
Or you know, fandoms consist of more than a hive mind and different groups become the vocal minority in different settings >_>
This is fandoms in a nutshell. The majority in the internet community always changes there minds when something new appears.
I think White 2 is the sequel to White and Black 2 is the sequel to Black.
I've done it before. Trick is to take a few breaks so you break up the carpal tunnel.
I like to know trainers' teams in advance, but am staying away from plot/ context spoilers.
I absolutely LOVE spoilers. Even tiny ones, I love to know what my Mum is making for lunch before she makes it. I crave the knowledge.
I wish I could fall up stairs...
I told you, man. I TOLD you about the stairs!
That sucks. :< I've done that a few times too. Probably because I'm clumsy, or whatever. The worst one for me was when someon behind me pushed me a little forward and I fell down about ten metal stairs onto the rocky floor at school. ._.
Originally Posted by Godo-kun Dang. I went to the store, and they said it was out of stock, well, at least the guy at the counter said that 300 price wasn't just a limited sale. And just because it's not 500 bucks doesn't mean it's crap, but I don't wanna have to wait even longer/save up enough money to buy a fancy laptop, I'm was just aiming for somethin' that can let me draw and get on the internet, really. And it's a laptop, with a screen around 16 inches diagonally. A good laptop doesn't cost 500 bucks. It should cost about twice as much. There's a proverb around here that says the poor mustn't buy cheap (which basically equals to it's not worth to buy cheap stuff) but whatever floats your boat :p
Dang. I went to the store, and they said it was out of stock, well, at least the guy at the counter said that 300 price wasn't just a limited sale. And just because it's not 500 bucks doesn't mean it's crap, but I don't wanna have to wait even longer/save up enough money to buy a fancy laptop, I'm was just aiming for somethin' that can let me draw and get on the internet, really. And it's a laptop, with a screen around 16 inches diagonally.
TBH both 300 and 400 sound awfully cheap so either it's one of those low-end netbooks or a very crappy laptop...
Damn you science! I'm sorry I forgot that science can't explain everything!
@H-con You actually fell for it by trying to answer any of these questions, because I specifically asked questions science hasn't been able to answer yet. :P
Originally Posted by Mijzelffan I mean, just let your precious science explain the fact that gravity affects everything but doesn't affect the tiniest stuff like atoms, Because electromagnetic force. Of course considering how weak gravity is compared to those kind of forces, it pales in comparison. For instance, the gravitational pull (F = G*(u^2/r^2), where G is the gravitational constant, u is the proton mass and r is the distance between them) between two protons at a distance of, let's say 0.3 nm, would be roughly 2.1*10^-45 N. That's not a whole lot, whereas the electrical force would be roughly 4.8*10^-10 N. Just about more than 10^35 times bigger.. It does "affect" them (why else would stars and stuff be here, if not for the massive lumps of gas pulled together by gravity), just that unless at significant quantities, it's not observable.
Of course, that's rather simplified model, but you get the point.
Or that the mere act of observation changes the outcome of experiments? Or why we yawn? Or why the placebo effect works?
Would be more psychology (and I'm no psychologist), but at least yawning can be explained by a need for more oxygen to the brain, trying to stay focused.
Or why ice is slippery?
Friction is really a complicated reaction, and just trying to get the friction coefficient of ice can be problematic enough. I'm not even to try to explain it, mostly because I don't really understand it myself.
Or why sometimes animals kill themselves? Or how some animals are able to predict earthquakes and other natural disasters?
Animals killing themselves, the only thing I can think of is salmon swimming up a river to die after breeding, and that's really cause and effect. As for natural disasters, I would reckon for some species best interest, they would have adapted to predicting them. Humans have really never had that need, so maybe it's just because we don't pick up what they do, either ignoring it or we simply can't sense it. That's at least what I can imagine, but I sure don't know for sure (not that I know of many animals capable of predicting an earthquake...)
Also, I know you were making a joke, but I like to ruin the fun.
Also, maybe I'll just say to my physics professor that I don't believe that light is actually photons. That'll be fun!