YLYL /g/ edition
>lightbulb in PSU
>cutting an unplugged cable
>holding the other end of the unplugged cable to make it see as if its plugged into the PSU
Well ... fuck. Is this laugh or rage?
This is what I imagine /v/ to be every time some one on irc links me their retarded muh pc gayman threads.
gif syncs with soundtrack:
jesus cock please go back to /v/
it's backwards, a byte is 8 bits. a bit is a one or a zero to a binary computer. 1000 bytes is a kilobyte, 1000 kilobytes is a megabyte, and 1000 megabytes is a terabyte. get your computer math straight gaylord
I think you mean
>you will never literally hang out with friends at a LAN party again
Though now that you mention it, those were some good times. Next time I'm in my hometown I might hit up some people I knew in high school to see if they're down for a throwback sort of thing.
Actually the multiples of 1024 are kibi- mebi- tebi-, etc., Microsoft has just been using the wrong term for so long everybody thinks it's correct.
You should probably actually know what you're talking about before insulting someone over it.
Why does the dude look like he came straight out of jail?
>apple employees be like "wtf is a gentoo, omg I hope Brian isn't a no show I need to go my cultural anthropology and it's relation to gender studies class
1. You can't post a picture of a boss from a video game and tell someone to fuck off back to /v/ in the same post
2. If ignorance makes you so upset, then why do you insist on keeping others ignorant? As opposed to encouraging the uninformed to stay and learn, you insult and isolate them. If you do that, they'll people will remain ignorant. You were that clueless one day, too.
it started out funny but it kinda got sad in the end
i'm also autistic and turning 23 this year so in 10 years i will almost be like this guy just with a properly assembled pc, middle class financials, and with 1 or 2 (probably more or less failed) businesses under my belt
You know, I could see how some people would see some of these and not see something wrong if they don't know much about technology.
But who In the he'll thinks that a wrench belongs anywhere near a computer, I mean come on.
That 7th image is the absolute best
> Guy randomly soldering... something ?
> wearing plastic gloves while doing so
> Oscilloscope probe connected to nothing
> random green matrix-like waveform shopped onto the scope's screen
> aligator clip goes nowhere
> multimeter probes sitting around on some discarded teared down keyboard
I just realized:
Apple stores don't have windows they are more of glass walls.