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Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:10 pm
by stubby
No, I'll agree that Thesson comes off as a 13-14 year old.  You definitely come off as your actual age.  Early-twenties dudes have their own totally separate brand of immaturity, mainly revolving around beer and anger that the world isn't magically handed to them on a platter the second they graduate university.

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:36 pm
by Whiteagle
stubby wrote:No, I'll agree that Thesson comes off as a 13-14 year old.  You definitely come off as your actual age.  Early-twenties dudes have their own totally separate brand of immaturity, mainly revolving around beer and anger that the world isn't magically handed to them on a platter the second they graduate university.

...Wut...

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:48 pm
by Thesson
stubby wrote:No, I'll agree that Thesson comes off as a 13-14 year old. You definitely come off as your actual age. Early-twenties dudes have their own totally separate brand of immaturity, mainly revolving around beer and anger that the world isn't magically handed to them on a platter the second they graduate university.


....Was that a compliment or an insult?

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2012 3:27 pm
by stubby
Around here, that's as close to a compliment as we get

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 3:55 am
by The Shadowscythe
I have no beer.

Pure anger.

And actually had something half decent to go by when I left uni. Until the horror of "Temporary contracts" caught up on me, and then the job market fell through on itself in Wales. Again.

However, a compliment from stubby - that makes three . . . by my count.

He must really like me or something.

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 9:13 am
by stubby
Oh no, I was talking about Thesson.

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 12:03 pm
by Predator
stubby :boss: wrote:Oh no, I was talking about Thesson.

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 12:05 pm
by Thesson
I got a half-compliment from stubby. I'm moving up in this world.

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 6:32 pm
by Keldoclock
I wonder where Ross_Varn and I fit into the age/maturity equation :phil:

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:08 am
by knolli
Keldoclock wrote:I wonder where Ross_Varn and I fit into the age/maturity equation :phil:


Hereby I proudly present:
The Maturity Quotient
Like the IQ it measures a major ability of your mind. But not your intellect but your maturity.
It is calculated with the formula

MQ= Your actual age /the age you act like * 100

Thus a value of about 100 means you act like an average person your of your age range. Being above 100 tells you that you are a very grown up (and boring) person for your age. If you find yourself to have an MQ below 80 that is no reason to panic. It just means that you feel (and act) younger than you actually are: You still know how to have fun and sometimes act unreasonable and premature, if not to say like a child. But what's wrong with that?

I will publish a paper about the MQ in the Nature Magazine - once I have played through all of Minecraft.

PS: We should include a new rule that you mustn't have an MQ of above 80 to be a member of this forum.

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 7:21 am
by 501stCadians
Yes, but who do you rate someone's MQ in the first place?

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2012 7:13 pm
by Warhead
If he agrees to a brikwar in person and it turns out he's really only there to eye up your mom, it's a fair bet his MQ is below that 80 mark.

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2012 3:59 pm
by Colette
knolli wrote:I will publish a paper about the MQ in the Nature Magazine - once I have played through all of Minecraft.


Before you do that, you might want to check your math. Currently, an "immature" grade yields a number larger than one hundred, while an "over-mature" grade yields a value less than a hundred. Therefore, you will have to either change your description of the system's functioning or take the reciprocal of the ratio.

Also, you should probably include procedures to determine the age one acts like, and also their actual age for paranoid people like Warhead.

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2012 4:21 pm
by Thesson
Colette wrote:
knolli wrote:I will publish a paper about the MQ in the Nature Magazine - once I have played through all of Minecraft.


Before you do that, you might want to check your math. Currently, an "immature" grade yields a number larger than one hundred, while an "over-mature" grade yields a value less than a hundred. Therefore, you will have to either change your description of the system's functioning or take the reciprocal of the ratio.

Also, you should probably include procedures to determine the age one acts like, and also their actual age for paranoid people like Warhead.

I F*cking hate your sensibility. (Throw's collete out the window on top of briksaber.) Two birds with one stone! :D

Re: Mini-Warhead's Minecraft Diorama

PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2012 6:21 pm
by mgb519
Thesson wrote:
Colette wrote:
knolli wrote:I will publish a paper about the MQ in the Nature Magazine - once I have played through all of Minecraft.


Before you do that, you might want to check your math. Currently, an "immature" grade yields a number larger than one hundred, while an "over-mature" grade yields a value less than a hundred. Therefore, you will have to either change your description of the system's functioning or take the reciprocal of the ratio.

Also, you should probably include procedures to determine the age one acts like, and also their actual age for paranoid people like Warhead.

I F*cking hate your sensibility. (Throw's collete out the window on top of briksaber.) Two birds with one stone! :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihL2_v1ALyQ