THAT’S NOT ENOUGH. I NEED A FULL TERRAQUAD OF DATA
i forgot what i was going to say here too but it was probably more vague contest bitching im so sorry for everybody who followed for aqua suplexes and skeletons all youre getting is vague bullshit
sadly no but i still have the image
you know you’re a fucking nerd when you’re drooling over IBM mainframe specs at 11 in the evening
5.5-6ghz chips and up to 120 of them, 3tb ram okay i want one please and someone to pay the power bill
edit: comp would be faster than the internet, lulz
What the ever living fuck would you need 3 tb of ram for
Probably hosting the universe
In most of the world Pi Approximation Day is on the 22nd of July because 22 divided by 7 (22 / 7) rounded down to the hundredths place approximately resembles pi. In America, however, we put the month first (possibly to prevent days like this from being celebrated) so in order to reach 22/7 we…
Oh, I forgot to mention the 20th month, Julyuarytober. We don’t know anything about how it works for sure but it is speculated that it is formed by the combined excess monthitude from standard months July, January and October. When these three months go by and still have some potential leftover, Julyuarytober will occur after June2.
Why is it called the “Graveyard Shift”? Well you see, many years ago there was a retail store that wasn’t too far from the local graveyard. It had a 24 hour schedule, so it was open all hours of the day. One unparticular and very uneventful evening, while someone was working the register at this retail store, something unexpected happened: A skeleton - no flesh, no anamatronics, no prank, just pure bone zone - pushing a shopping cart full of various items - food, party decorations, Black Sabbath’s “Master of Reality”. The keeper of the register that night was of course terrified, but nothing else was happening so they just rung up the items and the skeleton went on their way. This series of events persisted over the next few nights, and not just with skeletons, but with other undead creatures too. It also wasn’t isolated to that one location, and many more locations across the world were reporting “Undead Customers in the Dead of Night”. Eventually this hour was refered to as the “Hours of the Living Dead that go shopping at various stores”, but this was shorthanded to the “Graveyard shift” to make it easier to remember. Even now we still use this term, despite the undead no longer shopping in stores anymore. Or do they?