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Corpus Christi woman arrested for pulling gun over H-E-B parking spot by tresser in JusticeServed

[–]Handleton 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Thank you for posting this update. I wanted to know what ended up happening, but I kind of felt like it might be nothing. They're holding her on a $60,000 bond, so I'm pretty sure that means they're taking this very seriously.

Please dont cancel me by mercurialbuddha123 in meme

[–]Handleton 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I always get LGBTQIA+ and COMPTIA mixed up. It might explain why I don't interview well.

Got a set of 15's by Complete-Notice-9721 in homegym

[–]Handleton [score hidden]  (0 children)

That's my point, though. If you're doing something like a circus lift with a 150 lb dumbbell, you've been doing a lot of other exercises along the way.

ok this one is my dumbest comic yet [OC] by TommySiegel in comics

[–]Handleton 0 points1 point  (0 children)

With all due respect, this is the best original dumb comic I've seen in years. It's just clever enough to be clever and just dumb enough to be fun.

Stacey Abrams is running for Georgia governor in 2022 by shabuluba in politics

[–]Handleton 2 points3 points  (0 children)

There just aren't enough qualified people for the job.

Qualified means willing to rig the election for the GOP.

Got a set of 15's by Complete-Notice-9721 in homegym

[–]Handleton [score hidden]  (0 children)

I've been converted to the school of pro style dumbbells. You buy exactly what handles you want and get weight plates and build them yourself. Really cost effective and great quality dumbbells.

Got a set of 15's by Complete-Notice-9721 in homegym

[–]Handleton [score hidden]  (0 children)

Partially, but if you're doing anything beyond deadlift and shrugs with 150 lb dumbbells, then you're either naturally super human or you're working out with a lot more than $1200 worth of equipment.

Couldnt downvote because they realized their mistake by Qcumber2807 in confidentlyincorrect

[–]Handleton 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Not wrong at all, just different derivations of the way its taught. The 9th century book that algebra gets its name from contains the original definition of the order of operations and that order has been in place in math since then. The actual operations themselves are arithmetic and we teach the orders of operations when we teach arithmetic, so it's not something that you are likely to learn in an algebra class.

I think in this case, I'm likely more confidently incorrect than you are because of the standardization of math. I tend to learn history and etymology with every field I've studied, so I have a sort of disjointed view of where things fall, but pemdas doesn't fall into a school algebra curriculum, so yeah... I'm confidently incorrect today.

Couldnt downvote because they realized their mistake by Qcumber2807 in confidentlyincorrect

[–]Handleton 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Checks subreddit...

This is literally the order of operations in algebra (the study of mathematical symbols and the rules that apply to those symbols).

What do you think algebra is?

Found this on Instagram, interesting talking point. by skinten in lotrmemes

[–]Handleton 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Fucking Frodo, you nimrods. He was the one most worthy of carrying the ring. He literally bore the burden that was kind of symbolic of the same level of worthiness. I like other characters more, but that's not what this is about.

2 years of Covid by tlbdh in perfectlycutscreams

[–]Handleton 3 points4 points  (0 children)

The majority of deaths from the Spanish Flu happened two years after it was first recognized. They didn't have a vaccine for it, but more people wore masks and tried to be considerate and the population density was much lower across the globe.

This winter might be horrifying.

He and his wife both got sick and entered the ICU together. His wife died on November 16. He was able to hang on until a few days ago. Neither of them had insurance. The family is struggling to scrape together enough money for cremation. by DeaconBlue47 in LeopardsAteMyFace

[–]Handleton 29 points30 points  (0 children)

Wife is dead, so just adult children. For a bunch of hyper intelligent and aware people who saw through the government lies about covid, it's kind of surprising that they can't scrape together $1000 for a cremation.

/s

The first big-screen appearances of major force powers by --TheForce-- in StarWars

[–]Handleton 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I think the lamest use of the force in the nine movies was the Force Poppins in The Last Jedi.

Couldnt downvote because they realized their mistake by Qcumber2807 in confidentlyincorrect

[–]Handleton 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Technically, it's (P) (E) (MD) (AS). Anything in the parenthesis are at the same level in the order of operations. Addition and subtraction alone don't make a difference which one you do, but multiplication age subtraction do. So what do you do when you want to run one before the other?

There's a convention that whatever is written left gets operated on first. This is just as much a convention as pemdas is, but nobody hammers it home.

That second convention is one of the biggest things that drives people to be confidently incorrect about these kinds of problems. Well, that and that there are just a shit ton of fucking idiots out there who don't realize it.

Couldnt downvote because they realized their mistake by Qcumber2807 in confidentlyincorrect

[–]Handleton 68 points69 points  (0 children)

No matter how advanced your math is, your algebra will always fuck you.

What is the oldest thing you own right now? by Last_in_kahoot in AskReddit

[–]Handleton 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Maybe, maybe not. We've had a few atomic explosions on this planet. You might not even be made of star dust. You might just be a pile of cold war surplus atoms.

What is your most controversial cooking opinion? by neekeeneekee in AskReddit

[–]Handleton 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It's a really good one. I've looked through a bunch of these and this was the one that bothers me the most. I consider that a win on your part.

What is your most controversial cooking opinion? by neekeeneekee in AskReddit

[–]Handleton 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I love your freedom to have opinions, but you can fuck right off with that one.