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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by Car crusher, Apr 4, 2014.
A Plymouth breeze is a dodge stratus with a different badge on it.
Yep. That's the way all American car Companies do it.
In Australia, its the same price as a GTX 960.
I was shocked to see the price of the GTX 950, its a total rip off, just get the 960 for the same price if you live in Aussie Land or just pay an extra 10, 20, 30 bucks.
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Also... this help page... https://sco.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Plymouth_(automobile)&action=edit&redlink=1
im going to be away from school for a couple of days my grandfather is on his last legs.
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and somehow a kid on my bus broke a window when I wasn't on the bus.
Hmm, I just had a look at the careers info on the cosworth website. Considering their headquarters and then secondary UK facility are both within commuting distance of here plus they actually have quite a bit of computing stuff going (I mean someone has to develop their fancy engine management units and telemetry devices etc) I dont see why not.
I remember the first day of like 5th grade or something we were like an hour late because the driver smacked a basketball hoop that was by the side of the road and cracked one of the windows. For some reason this warranted the cops coming and getting info from each kid. (The bus was full.)
I posted this in February, but our bus got stuck on an icy patch uphill and we had to flag down some strangers who had kitty litter in their trunk for some reason and get them to spread that litter on the ice so we wouldn't slide backwards and crash and die and all that shit.
They probably had litter in case it happened to their own vehicle.
The hottest album of the year just dropped, and no one's talking about it?
Why would they have a big box of kitty litter in the back of an early 00's Hyundai for in case they got stuck?
You just said it.
Some people carry kitty litter around with them in the winter so they don't get stranded. It's the same concept of taking a spare tire everywhere in case you get a flat.
I don't understand why its so hard to wrap your mind around.
If you get stuck in the snow, and your tires can't get grip, anything isn't slippery is going to help them grip. Here in Bosnia we use tree branches because they work rather well, or we steal the rocks from the street and push that under the tires.
I was just working on my CPU architecture, and I just implemented the stack. Next up is call/return, then I need to add I/O.
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My architecture has gone from intending to be nasty, to not actually being that nasty, just being compact...
I dont even have a dedicated load instruction as an unused operand in the read instruction can be used to read from the top of the stack or read a literal. Jump again can jump to a literal memory address or from the top of the stack, optionally can save the target literal address to the top of the stack... So theres jump, jump subroutine and return all crammed into 1 instruction...
I've crammed all my arithmetic into one instruction. The first 8 bits are the ATH (AriTHmetic) opcode, then the next 8 bits signify which arithmetic operation to do.
What language are you using? I'm using C.
I've named my architecture MRL32.
Thought I'd let you guys know how interesting this is to watch... I've learned more than I expected to from this thread
I've gone for C#. Currently saved as TCPU for tiny CPU
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I've been making a Psycho poster for my English class, I'm not sure what else to add it it, it feels empty and incomplete, what do you guys think?
Sorry, but if it's English class...