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Old 05-10-2005, 09:36 AM   #1
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The Attack of the Nannies!

First of all, let me say that I love Supernanny...she is a genius.

In regards to Nanny 911...I saw that show for the first time yesterday, and I have to say...it's very strange to have an entire squad of nazis nannies standing around their house and taking notes. Supernanny's so good, she only has to take mental notes. So my question to you is, who's better?

Supernanny (who has amazing skin):


Nanny 911 (who is an old hag):




...or this girl, a 32-year-old nanny from Encino, CA, who has made it to the final 5 on the most recent season of Survivor (feel free to click it for the link to her bio):


Wow...I didn't know she had a belly ring.
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Old 05-10-2005, 09:44 AM   #2
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I so wish i could edit polls. ;]

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Oh, and yes.. she has a belly ring.. and it seems as if her breasts head south not only during the winter months.


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Old 05-10-2005, 11:04 AM   #3
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Um, is Nanny 911 a parody like Reno 911!? They can't be serious about this... person.

Ray is right. Let us vote for the survivor.

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Old 05-10-2005, 11:59 AM   #4
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Oh its not a parody, its this show where this group of nannies picks the best one for any particular job and sends her off to manage horrible kids and fightin parents. Last nights was a 'big deal' according to the commercials as it would take all the nannies instead of just one. I've had the misfortune of catching the last few minutes of this show several times as I wait for 24 to come on. It's pretty bad.


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Old 05-10-2005, 01:04 PM   #5
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...Such stuff is one of the many reasons I don't watch that much TV anymore... In fact, the only things I still watch are Star Trek and Nightwash (a comedy show set in a wash salon)...




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Old 05-10-2005, 08:46 PM   #6
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I like to watch shows that were MEANT to be prerecorded, or where they are told what to do. You know... shows with stories. Reality TV is crap. Gameshows aren't that bad, they've been around forever.

Oh and supernanny is cool.


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Old 05-11-2005, 01:54 AM   #7
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I only watch 3 series regularly: Lost, Monk and Stargate Atlantis.

I'd watch Star Trek: TNG, too, but it starts too early. I'm also sometimes watching Desperate Housewives before Monk and plan to see the re-runs of Third Watch although they collide with Monk.


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Old 05-11-2005, 07:00 AM   #8
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I only watch 3 series regularly: Lost, Monk and Stargate Atlantis.
...Stargate Atlantis... :/

...I dunno, I liked SG-1, but I somehow can't get into Atlantis (therefore, I decided to stop watching it after last weeks episode (I mean, Sheppard always shot on the breast-armor thing, while he could easily kill the Wraith with some shoots in the head... It's damn stupid)). The characters seem so flat and uninteresting, it almost hurts...




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Old 05-11-2005, 09:39 AM   #10
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Hmm, there are some points that make it better than SG-1 (Wraiths are cooler than those porn-star Goa'ulds and their ugly golden designs) some make it worse (they try to make Sheppard like O'Neill).

I don't know why you liked SG-1 if you have a beef with Atlantis' stupid stuff. They are both mostly dumb.

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(Wraiths are cooler than those porn-star Goa'ulds and their ugly golden designs)
...I liked the references to the Egyptian culture/gods, something not there now, the Wraith are just your basic evil aliens...

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I don't know why you liked SG-1 if you have a beef with Atlantis' stupid stuff. They are both mostly dumb.
SG-1 had some "new" stuff, Atlantis is just too generic for my taste. And I never detected something so utterly stupid like not shooting the head when it would be the immediate solution to his problem. Sure, the Wraith can regenerate, so it's useless shooting the breast or the arm, but they surely can't when they're missing their damned brain!




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Yes, that's true, but not an "Atlantis"-thing.. this is often "done wrong" in movies. I can't count anymore how often I felt the urge to beat down the tv while shouting SHOOT HIM IN THE M-FING FACE!!!

On the other hand.. If you ever fired a weapon, it's not easy to hit something at 50+ meters, especially not such small things like heads. But then again.. He downed him, so why not secure the area with one or two in the head.

..

I didn't liked SG-1 very much when it started, I thought it can't get worse if they take McGyver and some gay black hammer typee. But I got used to it and this "special" kind of humor. I don't like the character of Daniel much, but Teal'c and O'Neill rock.

And I'm a bit unsure but Atlantis has a potential, it's story etc. just needs to develop a bit. Sure Sheppard seems to be O'Neill-ish but I don't think he will become a second O'Neill.


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There hasn't been another episode since last week, spoothead! And you know you will watch it tonight. Admit.


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He downed him, so why not secure the area with one or two in the head.
...Yep, when I saw the Wraith lying there, I really wondered why Sheppard didn't make sure he's really dead... It's just stupid...

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I don't like the character of Daniel much, but Teal'c and O'Neill rock.
...Daniel is/was my favourite character... The only problem I had with SG-1 was that it was a bit too military...

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There hasn't been another episode since last week, spoothead! And you know you will watch it tonight. Admit.
...No, I really decieded to not watch it... I won't give in the urge, I'll only get more disappointed...




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Old 05-11-2005, 11:21 AM   #15
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...Yep, when I saw the Wraith lying there, I really wondered why Sheppard didn't make sure he's really dead... It's just stupid...
Nah, I got along with it after i realised it's a tv-show and not real life. Shooting people in the head is not that 'easy' in a tv-show. It works for Full Metall Jacket but.. you know.. *shrug*

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The only problem I had with SG-1 was that it was a bit too military...
I don't think so..

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*shrug*
*shrug*

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but Teal'c and O'Neill rock.
I think Teal'c sucks. The episodes where he is taking the lead are just plain boring.

I've gone through basic training and shooting from distances like ten meters with a pistol or a hundred with an assault rifle may seem easy for those who haven't done it themselves.

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I liked the references to the Egyptian culture/gods
That was great in the movie, but the series executed it badly. Like I said, I think the villain actors and design were crappy in SG-1. If only they could have used the talent of the movie. They should have at least stuck with the language.

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That was great in the movie, but the series executed it badly.
...I have never seen the movie, so I can't compore... I only know that I liked the series... *shrug*




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Old 05-11-2005, 06:33 PM   #19
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I love SG-1, I like the mythology references and the military thing, I like it all. Except the 'how do we write O'Neil out of the plot this time' syndrome that seasons 6 and especially 7 suffered from. And though I've only seen the first episode of Atlantis I thought it was pretty good (saving final judgement for the DVD release when I'll actually be able to watch them all)

Other shows I watch regularly: Lost (incredible), 24 (never as good as the first year), Simpsons (getting better lately), Malcolm (never as good as the first 3 years)


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I think Teal'c sucks.
O'Neill AND Teal'c rock. Uncomparible the window of opportunity episode.


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Simpsons (getting better lately)
...Hmm, every time I switch on Simpsons, I already know that episode... :/
...I wish they hadn't canceled Futurama, I'm craving for new episodes...




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O'Neill AND Teal'c rock. Uncomparible the window of opportunity episode.
Hey that's my favorite episode.

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...Hmm, every time I switch on Simpsons, I already know that episode... :/
Did you see the one they just had a couple weeks ago where they show Bart and Lisa's prom, funniest one in years.


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-- You are not the only one who must endure some discomfort, O'Neill.


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Did you see the one they just had a couple weeks ago where they show Bart and Lisa's prom, funniest one in years.
...No...




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I love how absolutely all the content here has the potential to get completely derailed.
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Huh? But GJD nearly wins the poll!!


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I love how absolutely all the content here has the potential to get completely derailed.
...Me too...




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Heh, I like that if(!strcmp...)... in your sig MickeyKoi

I actually get it!

Wow...now I'm taking part in the derailification of this thread...gah!
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Heh, I like that if(!strcmp...)... in your sig MickeyKoi
..."MickeyKoi"? "MICKEYKOI??" *angry stare*

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I actually get it!
...Ayeah? Well, OK, then tell me, what does strcmp do? And what are its return values? And what does the "!" do (Or why are the "!"s needed regarding strcmp's return values)? ...I'm waiting!




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Das, he likes to get called "Pille" a lot.


Also.. err really blind blind guess (I really really don't speak c .. )
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strcmp compares strings, returns a byte value and ! makes it boolean. && is for a logical AND. ..

Or strcmp returns booleans and ! stands for a logical NOT.

Regarding to the code, the first assumption would make more sense actually..


??



OK, now you, Pille.

Code:
int m=754974721,N,t[1<<24],a,*p,i,e=30295789,j,s,b,c,U;f(d){for(s=1<<23;s;s/=2,d=
d*1LL*d%m)if(s<N)for(p=t;p<t+N;p+=s)for(i=s,c=1;i;i--)b=*p+p[s],p[s]=(m+*p-p[s])
*1LL*c%m,*p++=b%m,c=c*1LL*d%m;for(j=0;i<N-1;){for(s=N/2;!((j^=s)&s);s/=2);if(++i
<j)a=t[i],t[i]=t[j],t[j]=a;}}main(){*t=2;U=N=1;while(e/=2){N*=2;U=U*1LL*(m+1)/2%
m;f(362);for(p=t;p<t+N;)*p++=*p*1LL**p%m*U%m;f(415027540);for(a=0,p=t;p<t+N;)a+=
*p<<(e&1),*p++=a%10,a/=10;}while(!*--p);t[0]--;while(p>=t)printf("%d",*p--);}
What's this? (except for a sucky text wrapper .. )


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Das, he likes to get called "Pille" a lot.
...Yep... :)

...

spoiler:
...Quite... strcmp compares strings and returns 0 when they're equal... There isn't an explicit boolean-type, 0 is false and everything is is true. Since strcmp returns 0 (false) on equality, the "!" is needed to negate it. The "&&" is logical AND...

So

if(!strcmp(nick, "DrMcCoy") && !strcmp(avatar, "Spock")) return E_INSANE;

resolves in my case to

if(!false && !false) return E_INSANE;

resolves to

if(true && true) return E_INSANE;

resolves to

return E_INSANE;

:)



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OK, now you, Pille.
:)

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int m=754974721,N,t[1<<24],a,*p,i,e=30295789,j,s,b,c,U;f(d){for(s=1<<23;s;s/=2,d=
d*1LL*d%m)if(s<N)for(p=t;p<t+N;p+=s)for(i=s,c=1;i;i--)b=*p+p[s],p[s]=(m+*p-p[s])
*1LL*c%m,*p++=b%m,c=c*1LL*d%m;for(j=0;i<N-1;){for(s=N/2;!((j^=s)&s);s/=2);if(++i
<j)a=t[i],t[i]=t[j],t[j]=a;}}main(){*t=2;U=N=1;while(e/=2){N*=2;U=U*1LL*(m+1)/2%
m;f(362);for(p=t;p<t+N;)*p++=*p*1LL**p%m*U%m;f(415027540);for(a=0,p=t;p<t+N;)a+=
*p<<(e&1),*p++=a%10,a/=10;}while(!*--p);t[0]--;while(p>=t)printf("%d",*p--);}
What's this? (except for a sucky text wrapper .. )
...An IOCCC entry, I guess...

...And I hate how smiles in code-blocks in quotes get evaluated...




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Err.. Yes. Deobfuscate! ;D


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...Now that's neat...




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Yeah, OK, so I didn't get into that strcmp and whatnot, but I have a textbook on it...and anyway, I got the jist of it. I'm not styupid.
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Hey, you mispelled S-T-U-P-I-D


(I know it was on purpose, but i did it to make it seem like you really are stupid, see how that works? Maybe I should start coding to make it more clear.....)


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BTW - The finale of Survivor was last night and the SurvivorNanny (a.k.a. Jenn) came in fourth, which was cool b/c I didn't want her to win anyway. Instead, I wanted this girl to win:



Ah, Katie. Yes. One of the most hated girls in the game. But sadly, she came in second to the stereotypical high-school jock bully, a 41-year-old firefighter from Brooklyn, NY...Tom Westman. He won nearly every f*cking challenge and was arrogant about it...ugh, I couldn't stand him. He's my least favorite winner ever.
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