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Bitch, Bulbasaur, and Children: 4G19:50 Attempting to use the Mew Encounter exploit with a Pokemon with a special stat of over 250 results in encountering a glitch trainer who causes the game to just flip the absolute fuck out when trying to calculate how much money to award vou afterwards. This causes the relevant memory poiner to shoot off to god knows where, and as a result it just sets a solid two hundred unrelated hexadecimal values in the game to 99 in the process, filling your party with level 153 Bulbasaur that can only use explosion i dont understand half of the words here but god if this isn't the funniest thing i've ever read trenchgun im pretty sure red and blue weren't programmed but just sort of... mutated into cartridges prettyflyforajeskai Red and blue are why QA teams were invented biggaybunny for fuck's sake they weren't badly programmed. They were bleeding edge. It's so easy to forget that but Red and Blue were literally pushing the limits of what they could fit on the cartridge. They used every trick in the book. In that way, the programming behind them is GENIUS. It's frankly a lost art, in this era where hardware is insanely cheap 4G 19:50 biggaybunny for fuck's sake they weren't badly programmed. They were bleeding edge. It's so easy to forget that but Red and Blue were literally pushing the limits of what they could fit on the cartridge. They used every trick in the book. In that way, the programming behind them is GENIUS. It's frankly a lost art, in this era where hardware is insanely cheap and scalable, when you can just keep throwing more resources at the problem. But Red & Blue were when programmers had to get creative. Not currently using a piece of memory? Repurpose it, we can't just leave it lying around. Only have a couple registers? Juggle them, keep careful track so we can restore them when we needed. Does this data need to be single purpose, or can we also use it for, say, a seed value? And all this WORKED. I guarantee you 99% of children playing this never saw a bug in casual play. MODERN games are buggier by a landslide. Remember when X&Y came out and there was an ENTIRE CITY you couldn't save in because it'd DELETE YOUR SAVE? Imagine that happening in the days of Red&Blue. It couldn't have. I can turn on my red cartridge TODAY and have it work And the bugs that did exist, those edge cases they missed? They produce this behavior because the game REFUSES TO CRASH. Sure, you can make it crash if O419:51 possible. Y'all looking down from your 64-bit quad-core smartphones with 128GB SD cards like Red & Blue were programmed by amateurs. What, you also going to bitch that the Wright Brothers didn't make a jet engine? These are artifacts from pioneers who wrote the goddamn book that others would use as gospel Sincerely, a pissed off goddamn programmer. Fuente: banshees 79,986 notas howl-osullivan tilthat TIL In 2006, a Sudanese man was caught having sex with a goat, and as a punishment was forced to take the goat as his "wife" while paying a dowry of around $50 to its owner. via reddit.com 109 notas nikanono It's a masterpiece
Bitch, Bulbasaur, and Children: 4G19:50
 Attempting to use the Mew Encounter exploit with a Pokemon with a
 special stat of over 250 results in encountering a glitch trainer who
 causes the game to just flip the absolute fuck out when trying to
 calculate how much money to award vou afterwards. This causes the
 relevant memory poiner to shoot off to god knows where, and as a result
 it just sets a solid two hundred unrelated hexadecimal values in the
 game to 99 in the process, filling your party with level 153 Bulbasaur that
 can only use explosion
 i dont understand half of the words here but god if this
 isn't the funniest thing i've ever read
 trenchgun
 im pretty sure red and blue weren't programmed but just
 sort of... mutated into cartridges
 prettyflyforajeskai
 Red and blue are why QA teams were invented
 biggaybunny
 for fuck's sake they weren't badly programmed. They
 were bleeding edge. It's so easy to forget that but Red
 and Blue were literally pushing the limits of what they
 could fit on the cartridge.
 They used every trick in the book. In that way, the
 programming behind them is GENIUS. It's frankly a
 lost art, in this era where hardware is insanely cheap

 4G 19:50
 biggaybunny
 for fuck's sake they weren't badly programmed. They
 were bleeding edge. It's so easy to forget that but Red
 and Blue were literally pushing the limits of what they
 could fit on the cartridge.
 They used every trick in the book. In that way, the
 programming behind them is GENIUS. It's frankly a
 lost art, in this era where hardware is insanely cheap
 and scalable, when you can just keep throwing more
 resources at the problem. But Red & Blue were when
 programmers had to get creative. Not currently using
 a piece of memory? Repurpose it, we can't just leave
 it lying around. Only have a couple registers? Juggle
 them, keep careful track so we can restore them when
 we needed. Does this data need to be single purpose, or
 can we also use it for, say, a seed value?
 And all this WORKED. I guarantee you 99% of children
 playing this never saw a bug in casual play. MODERN
 games are buggier by a landslide. Remember when X&Y
 came out and there was an ENTIRE CITY you couldn't
 save in because it'd DELETE YOUR SAVE? Imagine that
 happening in the days of Red&Blue. It couldn't have. I
 can turn on my red cartridge TODAY and have it work
 And the bugs that did exist, those edge cases they
 missed? They produce this behavior because the game
 REFUSES TO CRASH. Sure, you can make it crash if

 O419:51
 possible.
 Y'all looking down from your 64-bit quad-core
 smartphones with 128GB SD cards like Red & Blue were
 programmed by amateurs. What, you also going to bitch
 that the Wright Brothers didn't make a jet engine? These
 are artifacts from pioneers who wrote the goddamn
 book that others would use as gospel
 Sincerely,
 a pissed off goddamn programmer.
 Fuente: banshees
 79,986 notas
 howl-osullivan
 tilthat
 TIL In 2006, a Sudanese man was caught having sex
 with a goat, and as a punishment was forced to take the
 goat as his "wife" while paying a dowry of around $50 to
 its owner.
 via reddit.com
 109 notas
 nikanono
It's a masterpiece

It's a masterpiece

Life, LinkedIn, and Mood: 69% 23:30 K- create revenue growth | Sales Strategy | Behaviour Change. 13h I was attacked! A random attack in a bar, several years ago. It left me unconscious and in the hands of a neuroscience specialist. That moment changed my life forever, For the GOOD! While being tested the consultant discovered something which has been a blessing. Up until that moment, I knew I was good at Maths, and my IQ was above average, but that was it I had a rare Brain type was being told that my brain wasn't normal. How does anyone know their version of normal is, well, normal? I soon gave up traditional work, knowing that I have always done well in my career as I took the 'traditional process' and added the perspective of behaviours to it... but what if my theories and idea were truly unique? I needed to explore that. l wanted to know how humans make decisions and how that changes based on the product service, time of day, mood and emotions l explored the conscious and unconscious mind looking at eave your thoughts here... 69% 23:30 K- marketing, sales, culture, strategy and complicated stuff like addiction, trauma and abuse Here l am 3.5 years later with 22 case studies under my belt, results ranging between 60-700% above industry average benchmarks Everyone is a little bit weird. We just have to give ourselves permission to follow our dreams Now to do the same for an employer! #ONO 39 likes 6 comments Like Comment Share Likes Comments Sort by Top C LATAM Account Manager now I'll take Things That Didn't Happen' for $1000 please, Alex Leave your thoughts here... Neuroscientist discovers LinkedIn user's rare brain type.
Life, LinkedIn, and Mood: 69% 23:30
 K-
 create revenue growth | Sales Strategy | Behaviour Change.
 13h
 I was attacked!
 A random attack in a bar, several years ago. It left me
 unconscious and in the hands of a neuroscience specialist.
 That moment changed my life forever, For the GOOD!
 While being tested the consultant discovered something
 which has been a blessing. Up until that moment, I knew I was
 good at Maths, and my IQ was above average, but that was it
 I had a rare Brain type
 was being told that my brain wasn't normal. How does
 anyone know their version of normal is, well, normal?
 I soon gave up traditional work, knowing that I have always
 done well in my career as I took the 'traditional process' and
 added the perspective of behaviours to it... but what if my
 theories and idea were truly unique? I needed to explore that.
 l wanted to know how humans make decisions and how
 that changes based on the product service, time of day,
 mood and emotions
 l explored the conscious and unconscious mind looking at
 eave your thoughts here...

 69% 23:30
 K-
 marketing, sales, culture, strategy and complicated stuff like
 addiction, trauma and abuse
 Here l am 3.5 years later with 22 case studies under my
 belt, results ranging between 60-700% above industry
 average benchmarks
 Everyone is a little bit weird. We just have to give ourselves
 permission to follow our dreams
 Now to do the same for an employer!
 #ONO
 39 likes 6 comments
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 Comment
 Share
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 please, Alex
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Neuroscientist discovers LinkedIn user's rare brain type.

Neuroscientist discovers LinkedIn user's rare brain type.