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1. (Original post by Dirtybit)
Motorola pebble >>>
do u even razr
2. (Original post by swirly)
omg really? source?
Thought it wasn't that obvious

(Original post by swirly)
do u even razr
razr was *****es
3. I'll pull out the streezy and make eskimo dance.
4. Without wishing to sound like a Chelsea headhunter, the only thing I can see that's wrong with the picture that Barry Chuckle posted on his facebook page was that is was from Britian First. The general idea makes sense to me.
5. Angry cucumber what's your knowledge of physics/mechanics like? Specifically moments of inertia.
6. (Original post by The Wavefunction)
Angry cucumber what's your knowledge of physics/mechanics like? Specifically moments of inertia.
In physics applications - pretty much nought

Lifting - I can have a stab

Why?
7. (Original post by Angry cucumber)
In physics applications - pretty much nought

Lifting - I can have a stab

Why?
I was thinking earlier; say you have two, 20kg uniform bars, one with 2x20kg plates on each side, totalling 100kg, and then on the the second bar 4x10kg plates on each side, again totalling 100kg. Assuming the plates have equal width, bumper plates for example, is more force required to lift the 4x10kg? As moments of inertia are mass.gravity.distance from pivot. Or am I completely barking up the eronth tree?
8. (Original post by The Wavefunction)
I was thinking earlier; say you have two, 20kg uniform bars, one with 2x20kg plates on each side, totalling 100kg, and then on the the second bar 4x10kg plates on each side, again totalling 100kg. Assuming the plates have equal width, bumper plates for example, is more force required to lift the 4x10kg? As moments of inertia are mass.gravity.distance from pivot. Or am I completely barking up the eronth tree?
I think that's more of a mechanics problem.

And I think the answer is there is no difference, assuming all the plates add up to EXACTLY the same weight.

He got A* in Maths at A-Level.
9. (Original post by The Wavefunction)
I was thinking earlier; say you have two, 20kg uniform bars, one with 2x20kg plates on each side, totalling 100kg, and then on the the second bar 4x10kg plates on each side, again totalling 100kg. Assuming the plates have equal width, bumper plates for example, is more force required to lift the 4x10kg? As moments of inertia are mass.gravity.distance from pivot. Or am I completely barking up the eronth tree?
Not to any noticeable degree I wouldn't think
10. (Original post by zKlown)
I think that's more of a mechanics problem.

And I think the answer is there is no difference, assuming all the plates add up to EXACTLY the same weight.

He got A* in Maths at A-Level.

Dirtybit do your thing. Got 96% in my mechanics, but it was quite long ago
11. (Original post by Lúcio)
I can't remember dial up but I remember getting home from school and going straight on MSN. I tell you now, you had to be tactical using that thing. Appear offline was peak.

Bluetooth? Mate I wish I had that. I had to make do with infrared where if any phone moved even slightly, it failed.
Swear the wait for that felt like hours
12. (Original post by The Wavefunction)
Dirtybit do your thing. Got 96% in my mechanics, but it was quite long ago
zKlown making me sound like a smartass when I'm really not. Yeah it's a Physics/Mechanics overlap question. Explanation is pretty much Physics as it's to do with center of gravity iirc.

I do know though that when you use a greater number of smaller weights, it makes it harder to balance the bar since the weights are more spread out. Generally unnoticeable for lower total weight but as you go higher you would be able to feel the difference when trying to balance the bar.
13. (Original post by Lúcio)
Man like Ali chirpsing a 16 year old from the Chat section.
lmfao nah just curious, personally I think the whole hooking up online stuff is weird as f*ck.
14. Man on here complaining about shite phones and Bluetooth - count yourself lucky I didn't have a phone until I was like 16. Blackberry Curve was a good first phone though tbf.
15. (Original post by AliRizzo)
Man on here complaining about shite phones and Bluetooth - count yourself lucky I didn't have a phone until I was like 16. Blackberry Curve was a good first phone though tbf.
so... this year?

difeo
16. (Original post by Real Friends)
so... this year?

difeo

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17. (Original post by difeo)

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Kaley is MUCH hotter so its ok
18. (Original post by Real Friends)
Kaley is MUCH hotter so its ok
Agreed (until she cut her hair off ffs), but Tay is more talented and beautiful on the inside (no homo)
19. (Original post by difeo)
Tay is more beautiful on the inside (no homo)
Definitely homo
20. (Original post by AliRizzo)
lmfao nah just curious, personally I think the whole hooking up online stuff is weird as f*ck.
I'm just messing

Weird to some people, not to others. With the popularisation of online dating, a lot more people nowadays are more receptive to meeting non-face-to-face.

I won't give a lecture on it but if you look at the kinds of people who post mainly in the "chat" or "relationships" sections of an online student forum, you find people who are happy to talk to strangers about anything and everything, so is it really a big stretch to assume they'd give dating a try?

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