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  1. This game is awful. If you're still playing it for anything else outside of friendship then you're doing it all wrong.
  2. hi

    Fuck C++ learn assembly.
  3. Productivity in downtime.

    Download Sololearn to your phone and give it a shot. It has a whole slew of great programming language tutorials as a well as a section where you can challenge other people. It nominally improves your programming skills but it will really help understanding and interpret code in a bunch of different languages.
  4. Pendulum Magicians

    These new cards are insanely powerful. I think the answer again will be to look at what the best cards avaialable right now that have moderate synergy and throw them into a deck together. This is what I have come to so far and it is SOOOO much fun to play. Don't mind the sideboard. I built it because well... Double iris is busted, especially since you can search out that trap for consistent defense. Also the fact that you can use drident to trigger its effect if need be is great.
  5. Advice on finding video editing software?

    I'm pretty sure premiere pro has that option~ http://www.wikihow.com/Crop-a-Video-in-Adobe-Premiere-Pro
  6. Philosophy in your life

    What I think and use for my life?.... I love living by "quality is the event in which the subject becomes aware of the object". I like to pick things ahead of time that warrant "quality", then pursue those things. For this life is made more simple because I compartmentalize and control some of its complexity. I'm allowing in only what I want. Sometimes life is completely simple. When I embrace my amygdala I just let go and "feel" things out. This year has been the first year in my life that I've felt like I have had moderate control over how simple/complicated (easy/difficult) moments in life can be. I just try to stay aware of my approach.
  7. Advice on finding video editing software?

    There's also an awful watermark they put on your shit with WeVideo if you use the free trial, just a heads up.
  8. Advice on finding video editing software?

    Premiere pro is fantastic. There is a lot of material for learning and I always found it fairly simple and intuitive in general, free trials are available- http://www.adobe.com/ca/products/premiere.html?sdid=KKQOM&mv=search&s_kwcid=AL!3085!3!193588457250!e!!g!!adobe premiere free trial&ef_id=VppS5AAABcJq4N14:20170525013157:s I just googled a few and tried them out and the free sign up for WeVIdeo seems to have everything you're looking for (although 1 GB of cloud storage seems awful for a project). I'd say dick around with the free trial for a night, it seems like pretty good stuff and if you get your project done in under a month 5$ seems well worth it to use the suite. https://www.wevideo.com/hub
  9. Philosophy in your life

    Complexity and simplicity are internal factors. At a distance most of existence seems simple. You can take a zen approach and embrace reality as a single landscape. Up close, existence becomes more complex. You can always look one step deeper and deeper and etc. into reality. How do you want to use your lenses for existence?
  10. I actually ended up doing this. I went in for another screening 5 days later instead and just made the cut off. $8 000 for 2 weeks. It was worth it. Losing the weight after also wasn't too hard.
  11. I am probably butchering it (I gave a brief wiki look) but maybe something like this: The math most people are used to works with the single object (like your bank account) but in abstract algebra we get to manipulate sets and spaces! We not only get to look at your bank account but ALL THE BANK ACCOUNTS, we look at banks, cities, countries, corporations. Instead of the lone object we manipulate we work with big sets of objects and see how they interact. Tie in what you know with something that people generally already know. It takes a lot of practice to connect with someone and be there with them. -When I teach integration my favourite example is showing how if you draw a circle you can draw a bunch of smaller concentric circles inside. Then take each circle and stretch them out into strings. There will be one large string that is the circumference of your circle then a slightly smaller string until you hit a little dot. This shape forms a right angle triangle. From here most people know how to find the area of the circle because your base is the radius and your height is the circumference. If you do B*H/2 you get 2pieR^2. In this example it is assumed people know the area of a triangle (and if they dont you can explain it through cutting a square in half) and that they have decent spacial senses. If you want some insight in great ways to teach/explain math give joy of x a read.
  12. tell me about something that you like

    I like old shitty board games. Especially trivia games with out of date themes or awful grammar.
  13. I know more about numbers than all of you, AMA

    https://www.khanacademy.org/math/linear-algebra This is a great place to start for beginners. I know its not my thread but I had to interject!
  14. Moving to Canada

    I think there are some private companies that do it. I know they are popular in North Toronto. I would just look around on indeed. I think there's a lot of call center work in the Montreal area for low skilled jobs. Also restaurant and tourism jobs will be big there come summer.
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