Also about fits inside+263We wonder how an Onix fits inside a Pokeball. amirite?
Also about impossible+42According to the law of conservation of mass, it is impossible to create or destroy matter. This disproves time travel as it would violate said law. Sending mass back in time increases the amount of energy that exists at that particular moment, and depletes it at the point in time from which the matter had been sent, thus deeming time travel physically impossible, amirite?
Also about lost forever+59Consider how many amazing and interesting photos documenting history will be lost forever because of people's tendency to never print their digital photos.... amirite?
Also about fits inside+469Tip: Just because it fits inside a microwave doesn't mean it should go inside a microwave, amirite?
Also about feeling, remember, and forever+303That feeling you get when you remember something that's been on the tip of your tongue and you've been trying to remember FOREVER is just great, amirite?
Also by jaime+29Love is, for the most part, a proactive choice. Almost everyone has inner beauty on some level, in the same way someone you love is beautiful to you, so which person actually winds up being as beautiful to you as they are inside mostly depends on who you choose to spend enough time with to discover that beauty. In that regard, there's no right or wrong answer. Whoever you choose to love is an okay person to love, and if you decide to stop loving them, or the other way around, that's rough, but it's still also okay. It's even okay not to choose anyone. The same reasoning applies to friendship.
Also about feeling and lost+51The feeling of feeling lost will soon be lost, amirite?
Also by jaime+35Unpopular opinion: Lawyer isn't a dishonest profession. A lawyer's responsibility is not to state their opinion on guilt or innocence, but to state their opinion on what one must believe to justify believing guilt or innocence. This, in turn, is grounded in the idea that every crime deserves justice and every defendant deserves a fair defense. So, for example, the defense could believe their client is guilty, yet defend their client in court in good conscience, because they aren't saying they think their client is innocent, just that they see a way someone could reasonably think that, amirite?
Also about Psychology+111Extremely cheesy, obviously true, or socially biased posts are very annoying, amirite?
Also by jaime+14While admittedly effective at allowing arbitrarily large storage devices, PMIO storage creates a bottleneck. This bottleneck could be resolved by regressing to bank-partitioned MMIO storage, as was the practice with ROM cartridges. Additionally, the recent advent of NVRAM has opened up the possibility of writable MMIO storage, which was a challenge in the age of ROM cartridges. However, with the recent shift in conventional software development education toward high-level work, it's unlikely that drivers supporting NVRAM MMIO will ever be mainstreamed, and NVRAM will likely remain port-mapped.