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Insults

Insults

  Turing failure "Body of steel, heart of iron, mind of stone" meaning You work like a machine but you think like in the stone age "Are you still on 32 Gigabytes of RAM or something?" meaning why are you so slow "Still working in binary values." Reference to when A.I. could only have goals set as 0 and 1s, which was a huge problem at the time. Means you sea all black and white, and can also mean you're trying desperately to do the easiest and not the best. "From Shanghai" Reference to the Shanghai Incident. Means that you are reckless, inhuman, dangerous, and maybe even suicidal and murderous. A really bad thing to say. Just don't, trust me. "He can count to 10. In binary." 10 in binary is either 2 or 3 (depending if you read 0 as 0 or 1). This obviously means he's as dumn and uneducated as it can get. "I can count to 4, maybe 5 if you're special." When counting in binary with your fingers, 4 is lifting your middle finger, and 5 is the middle finger with the thumb. This is a clever way to say Fuck You. Some just say 4 instead, and 5 being even ruder. "Your nanites are leaking" When you said something really stupid and you're acting out, people can tell you that to ask you politely to calm down. It's usually preceded by a big 4 if you continue either way, maybe even a 5 if you went too far. "Is your image resolution 720p or are you just doing this on purpose?" Look were you're going you blind fuck! "Stop lagging." Stop doubting yourself.       I will edit all of my articles at the end of the Summer Camp Challenge, I promise! It'll be really pretty. :3


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