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Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
Who would play you in a movie about your life?

Chris Pratt, dressed in a mascot outfit of a fish. This will not be addressed at any point throughout the film.

Dublithe

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
Who would play you in a movie about your life?

Anna Kendrick, hands down!

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
Who would play you in a movie about your life?

jack black for no other reason than that he's cool

this is a pretty killer cast so far

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
Who would play you in a movie about your life?

Mark Ruffalo or if TV hosts are allowed I would like to pick James May.

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
Who would play you in a movie about your life?

Sting, a.k.a. Gordon Sumner
He would laud my praises in balad and song

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
Who would play you in a movie about your life?

*baas and walks up to you with a signed photo of Dolly Parton.*

Please congratulate our resident of the week, The Bloody Bay Fleet! Glad to see you getting involved and you are awesome!

The CS Question Of The Day
What was the best invention of the last 50 years?

Minas Tyrrith and Takura

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
What was the best invention of the last 50 years?

It was actually really hard to pick one because there have been so many amazing things come to life in the last 50 years. But I'm going to pick the Magnavox Odyssey. Released in 1972 (exactly 50 years ago) it was the first home game console and a precursor to what we enjoy today.

Fun fact from the wiki: "The Odyssey uses a type of removable printed circuit board card that inserts into a slot similar to a cartridge slot, allowing the player to select the unit's various games. On these cartridges isn't a program; there are just a few wires that connect electrically a few parts of the intern console hardware that a game appears on the screen."

Takura

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
What was the best invention of the last 50 years?

The blockchain, we are in dire need of offsetting the environmental gains of Green Energy and have to maintain our inertia into disastrous consumption. The blockchain solves this in the most trivial and wasteful of ways.

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
What was the best invention of the last 50 years?

probably personal computers and phones

Rokkland

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
Who would play you in a movie about your life?

No, Iím not a good fake cryer and that would be a necessary skill for the main character of this movie

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
What was the best invention of the last 50 years?

The Internet. The history of the last 70 years can be divided into Before Internet Era and Internet Era. Even the invention of the Personal Computer or the Mobile Phone didn't have such a decisive impact on our lives as the Internet did and does.

Of course, like almost any invention, especially technological inventions, it has its dark side and needs to be used with extra care and caution, but all in all, its benefits exceed its downsides In My Humble Opinion.

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
What was the best invention of the last 50 years?

*walks up and drops a solar panel at your feet.*

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
What was the best invention of the last 50 years?

Email, because direct messaging technology has grown so much because of email

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
What was the best invention of the last 50 years?

Email, because direct messaging technology has grown so much because of email

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
What was the best invention of the last 50 years?

The Internet? Without that we wouldn't been talking rn

The CS Question Of The Day
When you are old, what do you think children will ask you to tell stories about?

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Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
When you are old, what do you think children will ask you to tell stories about?

i mean covid for one probably
also that time i accidentally broke my roommates car
i once asked my grandma if she knew abraham lincoln so i'm sure that will come up at some point as well

I hope they ask questions like: Why did there used to be so much injustice? What was it like when people didn't have enough money to get by? How did you guys manage an 8 hour work day like every day?

Because if they ask those questions it means those things are gone.

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
When you are old, what do you think children will ask you to tell stories about?

The time I drowned in a swimming pool and nearly died

Takura

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
When you are old, what do you think children will ask you to tell stories about?

*baas at the whippersnapper.*

Phantasus wrote:The CS Question Of The Day
When you are old, what do you think children will ask you to tell stories about?

That time I fell down the stairs.

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