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    CTRL-V Game

    Simple game. Just place cursor in quick reply window below. Press keys CTRL-V. This pastes the contents of your copy buffer into the window (on most systems).
    Give a comment about your buffers content.

    Here's mine:

    19:59:00

    That was timestamp of a message I submitted on a site and had to keep in a note.

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    115E1897



    Ah, it's a part number.

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    drop rad_yn;


    I'm editing a SAS program.

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    Finally, your research paper should be 10-12 pages over one of your topics. It should contain a clear thesis statement, a discussion of the problem at hand, what is currently being done to solve the problem, and what should be done. This latter part is your own perspective, not necessarily that of your assigned country.



    Instructions to students, copied from their syllabus.

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    Apparently, my copy buffer is empty

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    http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/astro-ph/0208117

    Paper about quantized redshifts I was tracking down to argue with someone about on another discussion board.
    Everything I need to know I learned through Googling.

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    Billy Beer



    I term I googled for a question on the Questions Only game on my board.

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    Mine's a list of names and phone numbers - players on my softball team - so I figured I'd just post this note and not actually post all their numbers!

    EDIT: That should probably be "all our numbers," since my name was on the list, too...

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    http://www.weather.com/outlook/trave...opnav_business

    Link to the seven-day weather forecast for New York I was e-mailing to my wife (we are going to NYC for a few days, starting tomorrow).
    At night the stars put on a show for free (Carole King)

    All moderation in purple - The rules

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    $2,419,140 is how much I am worth at the human for sale site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roving Philosopher
    Apparently, my copy buffer is empty
    Mine too!

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    http://www.army.mod.uk/img/rrs/rsb_cap.jpg

    I was explaining to someone on another forum just what a hackle was.

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    Stop/entry=428 Deneb_batch

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    Quote Originally Posted by GDwarf's Copy Buffer
    Sickle Cell Anaemia, well, part of it anyways.
    I know that this has been mentioned before, but meh, it's a good example of both a beneficial mutation, and a mutation that is only beneficial based on environment.

    If one of your parents has the genetic code to cause sickle-cell anaemia, even if they don't have the disease itself, you'll be immune to malaria. Should both your parents have it you'll probably die.

    Naturally, this mutation is incredibly beneficial, if one of your parents has it, malaria is very deadly, and spreads quickly, if you're immune to it you'll be more likely to survive.

    However, in areas where there isn't/wasn't any malaria, this was a mutation that was only harmful, it gave no benefit and could cause a deadly disease, as such people who had it didn't live any longer then other people, in fact, they died much faster, so this mutation all but vanished.
    A small thing on sickle cell anaemia I was typing out for another forum, I copied it so that I could paste it into WP and edit it there (Accursed Spellbound not being updated!), I wrote it in response to the claim that there are no beneficial mutations in humans.

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    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Self-Purging Analysis Comments:
    // big mux
    This is combinatorial and is evaluated per paragraph 6.1:
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

    comments to some Verilog code I am currently writing. For a new Japanese rocket telemetry system, I might add.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh's Copy Buffer
    Receipt


    Please keep this receipt for future reference

    Consumer Affairs Victoria
    ABN: 32 790 228 959

    Date:

    19/04/2006 01:14 PM
    Method of Payment:

    Credit Card (Mastercard)
    Authorisation Number:

    xxxxxx
    Receipt Number:

    xxxxxxx
    Amount:

    $ 73.40
    Includes GST of:

    $ 0.00


    Product

    Quantity

    Total Price
    (AUD)


    Business Name Application - Application Number xxxxxxx
    Reference: xxxxxx



    73.40



    Return to CAV Transactions
    I had just registered a new business name. Fun, fun , fun! (I replaced all the numbers with xxx )

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    http://images.ucomics.com/comics/dp/2006/dp060419.gif

    I was going to instant message this to a baseball fan who is not currently line.

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    v = whiplashkin(:,1);
    t = v'/1000;
    n = length(t);
    hor = whiplashkin(:,2);
    vert = whiplashkin(:,3);
    totald = sqrt(hor.^2+vert.^2);
    figure(1)
    plot(t, hor, t, vert, t, totald);
    legend('horizontal', 'vertical', 'total displacment');


    MATLAB code

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddyv
    Quote Originally Posted by Roving Philosopher
    Apparently, my copy buffer is empty
    Mine too!
    And three. Does that strike us out?

  22. 2006-Apr-20, 12:16 AM

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    STATUS Landed Earth
    POS -117.8527206 35.0558034
    HEADING 158.83


    Hmmm - looks like I was doing some work in Orbiter.

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    henryhu


    -my roomate's name

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    RF8900

    I'm not entirely sure.

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    http://www.bautforum.com/showthread.php?t=36451

    Pointing out to Kashi (in the admin area) that we already had a photography thread.
    Everything I need to know I learned through Googling.

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    empty buffer != empty head

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    http://blueballfixed.ytmnd.com/

    Hah! A webpage I was emailing to people this morning. Very strange - check it out!

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    footling

    Rhyming word thread.
    Forming opinions as we speak

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    Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins

    Google search before attempting to post to the "Pitch an unlikely sequel thread; I abandoned the attempt.

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