You like being a dictionary slave instead of investigating concepts? You can. But it’s boring and school-like.

You like being a dictionary slave instead of investigating concepts? You can. But it’s boring and school-like.

Now you’re exaggerating to prove a point rather than dealing with the question at hand.

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I’m 45 (thank you for the 3 years and your flaming (now known as trolling) abilities need some practice.

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You’re obviously capable of full sentences. This implies you are capable of a rational discussion. Yet you use canned phrases and concepts.

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Nil-factor Mal-shalovant, Creaptar! Le Menshalicolm du Validardum, Te shuz.

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Orthogonal.

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Don’t try to compile this code, despite parentheticals appearing to match up. It will likely fail due to the terse requirements of glossaries, unless one is using LISP or some such that lets you create custom dictionaries. I really should learn those better.

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Nipped in me donkey? Ei, this one.

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There’s many ways to conceptualize “opposites”, depending on needs. Go into your average graphics editor. Is XOR opposite? What about flipped left to right? Upside down? What about three way swapping of colors where they change order? What if you go into Blender and view the photo from a side view and it turns into a pixel wide line? Wouldn’t that be more opposite than an XOR?

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Ok, so there’s no leaving the line. Meh. I know that’s how it’s used but all you have to do is spin around in the orthogonal dimension to get to the polar opposite.

Example: I’m a point on a line with a face. I’m facing straight ahead.

If I want to look behind me, what do I do?

I rotate in the 2nd dimension to face the polar opposite in the 1st dimension.

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Point-like face. Points are imaginary and do not exist anyway, so I imagine a face.

But you’re more precise, so ok.

A vector facing east would rotate on a null spot (I’m avoiding point as it’s a triggering thing) in one dimension higher in order to face its polar opposite direction.

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The process of getting from one direction to its opposite through a rotation (or inversion or several other methods) is something I find more fascinating than the mere existence of relative facings.

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aaaand, I just used “opposite” in the way you like, so you win.

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I was Jesus a few times in my life. This last time was an accident though: I was imitating Will Smith a pose he did for the black Little Orphan Annie movie for a Vine and everybody said I looked like Jesus.

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wait dammit, it was Jamie Foxx. This is what I get for being white, turning every middle aged black actor into Will Smith. Ugh.

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Yeah you got the Germanic Jesus thing going too. My hair’s only 1/2 way down my back ’cause I started to forget to cut it three years ago. One of these days I’ll get bored a chop it off again.

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Not me. I look like shit or pedo-creepy. I  I know how to work it though.This one’s from about two years ago. Some folks love it, some think I’m going to eat them. Some think worse things.

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They’ve extracted images and a few sounds I think, but it took a lot of cleaning up to see them. Not *quite* at recording quality or moving images just yet.

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Oh I’d rather be first world any day. There’s riches to be made in the up and coming countries but the US/Europe is done getting rich, even if we ravage previously public parks for coal to get it.

But I’ll take first world wobbly stability over wealth potential.

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