What the fuck was his problem?
There is no consensus on whether results of Gödel and Gentzen give a solution to the problem as stated by Hilbert. Gödel's second incompleteness theorem, proved in 1931, shows that no proof of its consistency can be carried out within arithmetic itself. Gentzen proved in 1936 that the consistency of arithmetic follows from the well-foundedness of the ordinal ε₀.
I fucking hate her.
Hinamori Amu, if you're out there somewhere, and actually exist, thank you for all you've done.
>motivated me to find my dream
>motivated me to never fucking give up
>i can now understand the pain of others
>i finally see the purpose in life, striving for goals
>my heart has finally unlocked
You're a literal saint. You saved me.
What did they mean by this?
They mean bugs will evolve even further. I think the humanoid on the left is supposed to be one of our ancestors, maybe earlier homo or something, but I'm not knowledgeable in this field.
What would of happened if Kakashi didn't show up and Naruto and Sasuke accidentally killed Sakura when she tried to stop them.
She wouldn't have died. Their collision course would have been in the air and Sakura was on the ground. If anyone would have died it would have been Sasuke considering how insanely strong Naruto had become at that point.
What's your excuse? Princess Mononoke is in theaters again. Japanese audio with eng. subtitles is today.
What's the Japanese homeless population like? I think I've only seen them ever focused on in Tokyo Godfathers and Strongest Man Kurosawa (when no regulated to the standard "scary bearded guy who will rape a loli" territory) but now that I think about it for a place with such high population density has got to have a sizable portion of displaced people.
Maybe this is a little strange and a little too off topic for /a/, but remembering the stuff like homeless camps in both stories and how different their communities must be makes me wonder. (Also the image quality is fucking horrendous, sorry)
>but remembering the stuff like homeless camps in both stories and how different their communities must be makes me wonder
They are not that diferent IIRC. They both get attacked by underaged delinquents, both have old people. The thing is there's not much shown about these communities so it feels like they're not the same when what is diferent is the approach to it.
You should read Homunculus, its story starts with the MC living in his car, beside a homeless camp which is in front of a five star hotel. He doesn't want to be asociated to them so he doesn't have a tent and tries to distance himself from them but, in the end, he's still a homeless. An absolute classic and if you haven't read it by now then you should lurk for two years before posting.
What did /a/ think of Mirai Nikki?
Is it agreed upon that
Minene is best girl?
Would Uzumaki translate well over to anime or no?
Your waifu has been arrested and incarcerated. What do you do?
Say something nice about the GOAT.
For once, the gigantic ass makes sense in an illustration.
Yui was forced to wear a dress! Tell her how cute she is!
WWW.Working!! was fucking disappointing compared to the other one and it's all because these two idiots have no fucking chemistry whatsoever.
Higashida's fine as a character and really makes a few moments with his negativity, but Miyakoshi is so fucking bland and boring that I'm actually surprised how someone could have come up with such a shitty character. Just listening to her is aggravating. I know Working is all about running gags, but Miyakoshi being a massive moron can only go so far before it starts being irritating for the viewer.
How do you get all the other characters right but fuck this one up so hard?
Best grill won