# 4 definitions by **blue screen bastard**

you failed to call me "Sir" - that'll be the FULL COURT PRESS for twelve hours

he's got him in a FULL COURT PRESS - yes, it's a submission

he's got him in a FULL COURT PRESS - yes, it's a submission

by blue screen bastard July 13, 2005

by blue screen bastard July 4, 2005

he's gone spim, he thinks he can

arithmetise the calculation of the

circumferance of a circle with " pi ".

well he is wrong - he never gets an exact

equation anyway - this is how to do it -

STEP 1 take two lengths of thin card, length of thin card 1 and length of thin card 2 - length of thin card 2 is twice the length of length of thin card 1.

STEP 2 to the surface of each length of thin card stick, with ordinary glue, a length of tape measure, starting, in both cases at 0 on the tape measure.

STEP 3 now turn each length of thin card into a circle by sticking one end of the length of thin card to the other.

STEP 4 you can now determine the circumferance of the circle you have made from strip of thin card 1 just by looking at the tape measure you have stuck to its surface. the same applies to the circle made from strip of thin card 2.

STEP 5 now take an ordinary ruler and measure the radius of the circle you made with strip of thin card 1. you now know that a circle with this radius has the circumferance of the length measured on the tape measure. the same applies to the circle made with strip of thin card 2.

STEP 6 you can now build a scale - you could call these cicular inches . . . .

btw this is an 8 BYTE expression -

10110000

10100000

11111100

00100100

00100100

00111111

00000101

00001101

arithmetise the calculation of the

circumferance of a circle with " pi ".

well he is wrong - he never gets an exact

equation anyway - this is how to do it -

STEP 1 take two lengths of thin card, length of thin card 1 and length of thin card 2 - length of thin card 2 is twice the length of length of thin card 1.

STEP 2 to the surface of each length of thin card stick, with ordinary glue, a length of tape measure, starting, in both cases at 0 on the tape measure.

STEP 3 now turn each length of thin card into a circle by sticking one end of the length of thin card to the other.

STEP 4 you can now determine the circumferance of the circle you have made from strip of thin card 1 just by looking at the tape measure you have stuck to its surface. the same applies to the circle made from strip of thin card 2.

STEP 5 now take an ordinary ruler and measure the radius of the circle you made with strip of thin card 1. you now know that a circle with this radius has the circumferance of the length measured on the tape measure. the same applies to the circle made with strip of thin card 2.

STEP 6 you can now build a scale - you could call these cicular inches . . . .

btw this is an 8 BYTE expression -

10110000

10100000

11111100

00100100

00100100

00111111

00000101

00001101

by blue screen bastard May 4, 2005

nibbles victim - computer speak

UNITS OF MEASURE OF MEMORY

1 BIT

1 BYTE ( 8 BITS )

1 8 BYTE BINAL EXPRESSION ( 64 BITS )

Nibble - less than 8 bits

UNITS OF MEASURE OF MEMORY

1 BIT

1 BYTE ( 8 BITS )

1 8 BYTE BINAL EXPRESSION ( 64 BITS )

Nibble - less than 8 bits

there is nothing we can do for him, the

poor fellow's a nibbles victim.

hmmm, yeah - too mean to give out 8 bits.

poor fellow's a nibbles victim.

hmmm, yeah - too mean to give out 8 bits.

by blue screen bastard May 4, 2005