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Feb 12 15:00:28 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	Z-Man-Windows: so does that mean we're taking gravitons seriously now, instead of treating them as star trek technobabble?
Feb 12 15:00:54 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	also, I'm sure there's a yo' momma joke in this discovery, but I haven't found it yet
Feb 12 15:17:20 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	Dude, yo' mamma so fat, everytime she fuck somebody, LIGO has to recalibrate
Feb 12 15:33:36 2016 <AmarokNelg>	you guys should limit the number of connections happening at the same time
Feb 12 15:34:06 2016 <AmarokNelg>	Lucifer_arma, z-man, guru3 
Feb 12 15:39:05 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Lucifer_arma We have always taken gravitons seriously. They're just even harder to detect :) Nobody really expects that to ever be possible.
Feb 12 15:39:30 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	We'll be happy to have a CONSISTENT theory of quantum gravity, really.
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Feb 12 15:48:05 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	AmarokNelg: I think we'd need access to the apache config, which I don't think we have.  But apache's standard config limits connections already
Feb 12 15:48:23 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	And, awww, no comment on my yo' momma joke?
Feb 12 15:49:04 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	and why does my bluetooth keyboard come with a USB cable to charge it, but no base to plug it into?
Feb 12 15:50:33 2016 <AmarokNelg>	the USB wireless mouse hasnt even died yet... how could a bluetooth keyboard need a USB cable
Feb 12 15:50:44 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	to charge it, of course
Feb 12 15:50:57 2016 <AmarokNelg>	does it die quickly?
Feb 12 15:51:17 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	if you hadn't noticed, tablets and their accessories are all going to mini-usb plugs for charging
Feb 12 15:51:32 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	and I don't know if it dies quickly.  Just got it.
Feb 12 15:51:49 2016 <AmarokNelg>	I thought they used microusb
Feb 12 15:51:51 2016 <AmarokNelg>	not miniusb
Feb 12 15:53:24 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	micro, whatever.  Either way, it still needs to be charged from time to time.  ;)
Feb 12 15:53:54 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	it's a tablet case with a bluetooth keyboard.  AKA the future of mobile computing.  ;)
Feb 12 15:54:31 2016 <AmarokNelg>	I've had this mouse for about a year but it hasnt died... battery claims to be at 55%
Feb 12 15:54:41 2016 <AmarokNelg>	which means it will probably die in a year from now, right?
Feb 12 15:54:55 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	assuming same mouse usage, I suppose.
Feb 12 15:55:31 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	now I need to dig up a base so I can charge everything.  I let the tablet run dead a couple days ago, and it's only at 55% right now
Feb 12 15:55:43 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	but it's paired to the new keyboard, and the old one unpaired.
Feb 12 15:56:03 2016 <AmarokNelg>	im not going to bother with wireless keyboards for now
Feb 12 15:56:05 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	Now I'm going to look FANCY when I'm using my tablet to scan with my OBD-II interface.  :)
Feb 12 15:56:26 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I'd have been happy with a usb keyboard/case combo, but there don't seem to be many of those for tablet this size.
Feb 12 15:56:34 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	*any, we didn't find any
Feb 12 15:57:51 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	that's what I had for my 7 inch tablet, and I really liked it, but the keys were just slightly smaller than my fingertips, making it difficult to use.
Feb 12 16:04:58 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Since my laptop pretty much died (I suppose it could hold out a couple of months in non-3d-mode), I'm also looking for a tablet replacement for couch stuff.
Feb 12 16:05:13 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Thinking about a combo of a 10 inch and a LARGE keyboard
Feb 12 16:05:32 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	by large, I mean pretty much regular size, larger than the tablet.
Feb 12 16:05:58 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	So not really a mobile solution, but good for couch use.
Feb 12 16:06:36 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I was using a USB laptop keyboard.  So, no keypad, but otherwise a regular sized keyboard.  The problem with that was that I didn't have a way to stand up the tablet, and the usb cable was really long.
Feb 12 16:06:49 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	but you can get a full-USB to micro-USB adapter.
Feb 12 16:07:02 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	I'm in the process of determining what I really want from my couch/mobile device.
Feb 12 16:07:07 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	Then you can get a case for the tablet that can stand it up for you.  Doesn't have to have an embedded keyboard.
Feb 12 16:07:46 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	the keyboard I just got has regular sized keys, but is a few centimeters thinner than the keyboard on my laptop
Feb 12 16:08:04 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Here's the couch keyboard I have in mind: http://www.amazon.de/dp/B00MWNDUDM/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=3BSDVVRHPC2AR&coliid=I1B6STHV4A1VQ2&psc=1
Feb 12 16:08:09 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	the biggest problem I'm having with Android in general is the broken c-library that prevents so many desktop apps from running on it.
Feb 12 16:08:17 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	allows you to put in the tablet in the slot on top.
Feb 12 16:08:56 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Well, the thing I'm pondering is... they just announced an Ubuntu tablet.
Feb 12 16:09:20 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	yeah, and it uses uClibc
Feb 12 16:09:23 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	That would be perfect for the occasional coding, as it turns into a proper Ubuntu desktop once you connect mouse and keyboard.
Feb 12 16:09:41 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	that would probably replace my laptop completely.
Feb 12 16:10:32 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	Ubuntu has the right approach, and if they can really nail it, they could well take over the tablet market.  Or at the very least, force Google and Apple to release more POSIX-compatible operating systems
Feb 12 16:10:35 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Except that it's ARM, of course, so it won't run a couple of closed source stuff. Nothing too important. Skype and Steam.
Feb 12 16:10:55 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	uClibc is the bad one?
Feb 12 16:11:03 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	Steam is Java.  I thought Skype was still open source?
Feb 12 16:11:16 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	uClibc isn't as good as glibc, but it's as posix-compatible.  It's designed to be small.
Feb 12 16:11:17 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Steam is x86 only.
Feb 12 16:11:36 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	Google made up their own libc for android that has broken threads, hacked ABI interfaces, etc.
Feb 12 16:11:37 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	And Skype never was open source, don't think so.
Feb 12 16:11:48 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Ah
Feb 12 16:12:03 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	they gave it a fancy powerful name that I can't remember
Feb 12 16:12:21 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	but it's the fundamental reason we can't just compile arma for android
Feb 12 16:12:45 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	The from my point of view brillant thing about the Ubuntu tablet is that it's based on the Android tablet I had been eyeing anyway.
Feb 12 16:12:49 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	with a decent c library, we could rebuild all of our libraries and static-link to them
Feb 12 16:13:00 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	heh, that's lucky :)
Feb 12 16:13:09 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I ended up with a Tagital 10.1 inch tablet.
Feb 12 16:13:09 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	There'd just be the GLES issue.
Feb 12 16:13:27 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	right.  Which shouldn't be too hard to solve since all the GL code is next to each other.
Feb 12 16:13:51 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	And not spread around the whole source like a madman wrote it.
Feb 12 16:13:57 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	haha :)
Feb 12 16:14:35 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	isn't it that opengl header you made that would be where to work on it?  Or is it that we'd need SDL to build and "fix" the GLES issue for us?
Feb 12 16:15:04 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	we'd also need to be able to rescale on the fly, for when the tablet gets rotated, but that can be disabled and we can force landscape mode.
Feb 12 16:15:18 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	In theory, yes, that header would be for adaption to other 3D libraries.
Feb 12 16:15:37 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	in practice, we'd get it "working" there, but then have to fix small problems that show up everywhere else?
Feb 12 16:15:41 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	In practice, it wraps precisely the kind of interface GLES does not have.
Feb 12 16:15:54 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	ah, maybe I should learn more about GLES
Feb 12 16:16:01 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	ALways thought it was just a subset of openGL
Feb 12 16:16:42 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Yes, only a subset that has pretty much no overlap with what we're using.
Feb 12 16:16:46 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	see, I was thinking about making a WINE-style adapter for Android and seeing how far that got me.  That was when I learned about the c library problems.
Feb 12 16:16:50 2016 <AmarokNelg>	I look in the source code and see a function, but its confusing,  I wanna know the exact formula of SIZE_FACTOR vs REAL_ARENA_SIZE_FACTOR
Feb 12 16:16:57 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	It would not hurt performance on the regular version to go for the GLES subset.
Feb 12 16:17:18 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	eek, that sounds like work :)
Feb 12 16:17:30 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	REAL_SIZE_FACTOR=2^(SIZE_FACTOR*0.5) or something
Feb 12 16:17:32 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I'm not working right now by using the excuse that my tablet's charging :)
Feb 12 16:18:00 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	just keep your map in the 500x500 range and it'll scale like you expect ;)
Feb 12 16:18:03 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Tagital does not even get sold her.
Feb 12 16:18:18 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	Texas company.  We had to pay sales tax on Amazon.  :(  So depressing.
Feb 12 16:18:32 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!ping
Feb 12 16:18:38 2016 <AmarokNelg>	:\
Feb 12 16:18:41 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	pong
Feb 12 16:18:45 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]ping
Feb 12 16:18:45 2016 <ljrbot>	pong
Feb 12 16:18:55 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]calc
Feb 12 16:18:56 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: (calc <math expression>) -- Returns the value of the evaluated <math expression>. The syntax is Python syntax; the type of arithmetic is floating point. Floating point arithmetic is used in order to prevent a user from being able to crash to the bot with something like '10**10**10**10'. One consequence is that large values such as '10**24' might not be exact.
Feb 12 16:18:59 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]calc 2^(-1*0.5)
Feb 12 16:18:59 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: Error: Something in there wasn't a valid number.
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Feb 12 16:19:06 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!ping
Feb 12 16:19:06 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg: pong
Feb 12 16:19:09 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc 2^(-1*0.5)
Feb 12 16:19:09 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	0.7071067811865475244
Feb 12 16:19:20 2016 <AmarokNelg>	is that what it is ingame?
Feb 12 16:19:37 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Yep
Feb 12 16:19:43 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	that'll make it very small.
Feb 12 16:20:03 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Every SIZE_FACTOR step down decreases the map size by a factor of sqrt(2)
Feb 12 16:20:15 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Lucifer_arma from the base size.
Feb 12 16:20:30 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	!calc 500 * 2^(-.5)
Feb 12 16:20:30 2016 <nelg-bot>	Z-Man-Windows:	353.5533905932737622
Feb 12 16:20:41 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	that would be the side length of the basic map
Feb 12 16:20:45 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	oh right, I didn't read that 0.5 exponent correctly
Feb 12 16:20:54 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	sorry.  Been awhile since I mathed.
Feb 12 16:21:18 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	my kids are letting me down by being too good at math in school.  But I gave my step-daughter a trig intro, and when they hit it in class the next day, she was bored.
Feb 12 16:21:33 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	That reminds me, I've got the law of cosines written on the marker board.  I meant to add the law of sines.
Feb 12 16:23:36 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	That one always weirds me out. How can it be so simple?
Feb 12 16:24:11 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	The law of cosines is just Pythagoras extended.
Feb 12 16:24:57 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	well, they already knew Pythagoras, so I felt like they should see the extended version regularly.
Feb 12 16:25:04 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	and yeah, the law of sines is kind of whack
Feb 12 16:25:17 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I feel a bit of cognitive dissonance using it
Feb 12 16:25:28 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I'm more comfortable with sin/cos = tan
Feb 12 16:26:09 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I'll derive that one for my step-daughter soon, so she can see magic at work ;)
Feb 12 16:28:37 2016 <ct|kyle>	Looks like forms being down is a good thing, no more dead IRC
Feb 12 16:31:11 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	yeah, but hardly anyone here wants to talk elections :)
Feb 12 16:31:23 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Oh, that's an easier proof of the law of sines than I came up with: http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/algtrig/att12/derivelawofsines.htm
Feb 12 16:31:24 2016 <dbdbot>	Title: Deriving Law of Sines and Law of Cosines (at www.regentsprep.org)
Feb 12 16:31:34 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Turns out it's not weird at all.
Feb 12 16:32:31 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	oh wow, that's so simple
Feb 12 16:32:36 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	we did a much harder one in trig
Feb 12 16:33:13 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	actually, we didn't do a harder one, we "proved" it by being given the law and plugging in values from several triangles
Feb 12 16:33:19 2016 <ct|kyle>	Lucifer_arma: only because either of the ones leading, will hurt the country more
Feb 12 16:33:22 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	not exactly rigorous, but enough for us to believe in it
Feb 12 16:34:00 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	yeah, but Trump's not really "leading".  As the other candidates drop out, they'll throw their support to a !Trump candidate.
Feb 12 16:34:12 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	there's 33 delegates currently in control of people who won't support Trump
Feb 12 16:34:17 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	he's only got 17.
Feb 12 16:34:35 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	I don't remember doing any proof of either law in school.
Feb 12 16:34:49 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	he's only "leading" if they all go to the convention, which they won't.  Sometime in March, we should start seeing significant movement there.
Feb 12 16:34:52 2016 <Z-Man-Windows>	Later, with vector algebra, I think we did the proof of the Law of Cosines.
Feb 12 16:35:00 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	we proved the law of cosines, but I don't remember the proof.
Feb 12 16:35:21 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I remember it involved dropping the vertical to get two right triangles.
Feb 12 16:36:37 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	like the proof on that webpage ;)
Feb 12 16:37:20 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I have this plan to list a lot of the trig identities somewhere where my kids will see them regularly with the hope that they'll end up memorizing them by being exposed to them
Feb 12 16:37:29 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	then they'll breeze through calc 2
Feb 12 16:40:17 2016 <AmarokNelg>	how come ]calc errored when trying to calculate that btw?
Feb 12 16:41:05 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	different bots?
Feb 12 16:41:08 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	is yours a supybot?
Feb 12 16:41:39 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	is there any real point to putting any living NAZI assholes on trial anymore?
Feb 12 16:41:49 2016 <AmarokNelg>	mines not a supybot, no...
Feb 12 16:41:54 2016 <AmarokNelg>	that might be the difference
Feb 12 16:41:56 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	They're all gonna be in their 90s, and probably going to die soon anyway
Feb 12 16:42:17 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	well, python should be able to do that math, but supybot might not let negative exponents get through
Feb 12 16:42:44 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 2*-1
Feb 12 16:42:44 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: -2
Feb 12 16:42:54 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 2*0.5
Feb 12 16:42:54 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: 1
Feb 12 16:43:02 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	huh?
Feb 12 16:43:06 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 2.0*0.5
Feb 12 16:43:06 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: 1
Feb 12 16:43:11 2016 <AmarokNelg>	* is mutiplication, ^ is exponent...
Feb 12 16:43:13 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	wait
Feb 12 16:43:18 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 2^-1
Feb 12 16:43:19 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: Error: Something in there wasn't a valid number.
Feb 12 16:43:26 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 2^0.5
Feb 12 16:43:26 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: Error: Something in there wasn't a valid number.
Feb 12 16:43:29 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	yeah, that was a typo
Feb 12 16:43:34 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 4^0.5
Feb 12 16:43:34 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: Error: Something in there wasn't a valid number.
Feb 12 16:43:37 2016 <AmarokNelg>	ah ok
Feb 12 16:43:38 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 4^2
Feb 12 16:43:38 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: Error: Something in there wasn't a valid number.
Feb 12 16:43:44 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	ahhh, duh
Feb 12 16:43:47 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 4**2
Feb 12 16:43:47 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: 16
Feb 12 16:43:56 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 4**0.5
Feb 12 16:43:56 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: 2
Feb 12 16:44:05 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	that's right.  Python uses ** instead of ^
Feb 12 16:44:17 2016 <player_42>	]calc 10**100
Feb 12 16:44:17 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: 10000000000000000159028911097599180468360808563945281389781327557747838772170381060813469985856815104
Feb 12 16:44:20 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc 2**(-1*0.5)
Feb 12 16:44:21 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: 0.707106781187
Feb 12 16:44:28 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc 10**100
Feb 12 16:44:32 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Feb 12 16:44:33 2016 <player_42>	but python should get that one right
Feb 12 16:44:44 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	floating point implementations?
Feb 12 16:44:55 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	python *should* pass that unchanged to the c library
Feb 12 16:45:04 2016 <player_42>	no, pyrthon does bigints
Feb 12 16:45:41 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]calc abs(-1)
Feb 12 16:45:42 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: 1
Feb 12 16:45:48 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	that looks like the kind of error you'd get with floats and big calculations
Feb 12 16:45:53 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]calc pi()
Feb 12 16:45:54 2016 <player_42>	yeah
Feb 12 16:45:54 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: Error: Something in there wasn't a valid number.
Feb 12 16:45:58 2016 <AmarokNelg>	:\
Feb 12 16:45:59 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]calc pi()
Feb 12 16:46:00 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: Error: Something in there wasn't a valid number.
Feb 12 16:46:00 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc PI
Feb 12 16:46:01 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: 3.14159265359
Feb 12 16:46:04 2016 <AmarokNelg>	oh
Feb 12 16:46:09 2016 <AmarokNelg>	makes me feel like an idiot
Feb 12 16:46:12 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc pi()
Feb 12 16:46:13 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	3.14159265358979323846
Feb 12 16:46:44 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	looks like a round() is being called in supybot
Feb 12 16:47:08 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc PI*100
Feb 12 16:47:08 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: 314.159265359
Feb 12 16:47:17 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	that's interesting
Feb 12 16:47:21 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]calc PI*10000
Feb 12 16:47:21 2016 <ljrbot>	Lucifer_arma: 31415.9265359
Feb 12 16:47:39 2016 <player_42>	]calc pi*1e8
Feb 12 16:47:39 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: Error: unexpected EOF while parsing (<string>, line 1)
Feb 12 16:47:43 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	that's not a round, that's a sig fig thing
Feb 12 16:47:44 2016 <player_42>	]calc pi*1.0e8
Feb 12 16:47:44 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: Error: unexpected EOF while parsing (<string>, line 1)
Feb 12 16:47:58 2016 <player_42>	]calc 0x1e8
Feb 12 16:47:58 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: 488
Feb 12 16:48:21 2016 <player_42>	]calc 0x3e8
Feb 12 16:48:21 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: 1000
Feb 12 16:48:28 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	are you trying to use engineering notation?
Feb 12 16:48:31 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]list
Feb 12 16:48:32 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: AcronymFinder, Admin, Alias, Bible, BitcoinData, Channel, Config, Currency, CyborgName, Format, Games, IgnoreFormatting, Later, Math, Misc, Network, Owner, Quote, RSS, Rhyme, Seen, Services, Status, Stock, String, Time, User, Utilities, Weather, Web, and Yandere
Feb 12 16:48:33 2016 <player_42>	yeah
Feb 12 16:48:38 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]commands
Feb 12 16:48:38 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: An error has occurred and has been logged. Please contact this bot's administrator for more information.
Feb 12 16:48:39 2016 <player_42>	apparently unsupported
Feb 12 16:48:48 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	it's taking that as base-16 (the name for it isn't coming to mind)
Feb 12 16:48:53 2016 <player_42>	hex
Feb 12 16:48:53 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!math
Feb 12 16:48:54 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg: I couldn't recognize that command. Please see !commands
Feb 12 16:49:06 2016 <AmarokNelg>	I keep getting things confused ] vs !
Feb 12 16:49:08 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]math
Feb 12 16:49:09 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: Error: "math" is not a valid command.
Feb 12 16:49:14 2016 <AmarokNelg>	I see math on the list though
Feb 12 16:49:17 2016 <AmarokNelg>	is that not a list of commands?
Feb 12 16:49:22 2016 <player_42>	but that 3e8 = speed of light = 1000 in hex is a nice coincedence I like
Feb 12 16:49:37 2016 <player_42>	]echo !echo hi
Feb 12 16:49:37 2016 <ljrbot>	!echo hi
Feb 12 16:49:37 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: I couldn't recognize that command. Please see !commands
Feb 12 16:49:38 2016 <ljrbot>	It is true that you couldn't recognize that command. Please see !commands
Feb 12 16:49:45 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I'm sure that means the universe is really base-16
Feb 12 16:49:52 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	or that we're living in the matrix
Feb 12 16:49:57 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	one of the two
Feb 12 16:50:06 2016 <player_42>	]echo !commands
Feb 12 16:50:06 2016 <ljrbot>	!commands
Feb 12 16:50:07 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: Commands: !help, !commands (!list), !about, !calc, !google, !weather, !dict, !scramble, !typo, !find, !lastseen, !servers, !slap, !md5, !sha1, !base64, !debase64, !bf, !say, !me, !ladle, !8ball, !date, !readtimer, !timer, !time, !generate, !copycat
Feb 12 16:50:07 2016 <Guest57901823>	It is Commands:.
Feb 12 16:50:08 2016 <ljrbot>	nelg-bot: Error: "Commands:" is not a valid command.
Feb 12 16:50:14 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	it's not TRON, this world isn't that pretty
Feb 12 16:50:24 2016 <player_42>	]echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:50:25 2016 <ljrbot>	!say hi
Feb 12 16:50:25 2016 <nelg-bot>	hi
Feb 12 16:50:27 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	!8ball should I do a line?
Feb 12 16:50:28 2016 <nelg-bot>	Lucifer_arma: Reply hazy try again
Feb 12 16:50:32 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	!8ball should I do a line?
Feb 12 16:50:32 2016 <nelg-bot>	Lucifer_arma: You may rely on it.
Feb 12 16:50:43 2016 <player_42>	]echo !say ]echo !say ]echo !say ]echo !say ]echo !say ]echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:50:43 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: Error: Spurious "]".  You may want to quote your arguments with double quotes in order to prevent extra brackets from being evaluated as nested commands.
Feb 12 16:50:44 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	!8ball can I buy that at the grocery store?
Feb 12 16:50:44 2016 <nelg-bot>	Lucifer_arma: You may rely on it.
Feb 12 16:50:47 2016 <player_42>	aww
Feb 12 16:51:20 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo "!say ']echo'"
Feb 12 16:51:20 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ']echo'
Feb 12 16:51:20 2016 <nelg-bot>	']echo'
Feb 12 16:51:28 2016 <player_42>	i'm too lazy to figure out how to properly quote that if nested deeply
Feb 12 16:51:41 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I don't think you can.
Feb 12 16:52:01 2016 <player_42>	]echo "can I say \"hello, world\"?"
Feb 12 16:52:02 2016 <ljrbot>	can I say "hello, world"?
Feb 12 16:52:09 2016 <player_42>	!say "can I say \"hello, world\"?"
Feb 12 16:52:09 2016 <nelg-bot>	"can I say \"hello, world\"?"
Feb 12 16:52:09 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo "!say ']echo !say ]echo'"
Feb 12 16:52:13 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ']echo !say ]echo'
Feb 12 16:52:13 2016 <nelg-bot>	']echo !say ]echo'
Feb 12 16:52:13 2016 <player_42>	!say "can I say "hello, world"?"
Feb 12 16:52:13 2016 <nelg-bot>	"can I say "hello, world"?"
Feb 12 16:52:22 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	oh wait
Feb 12 16:52:29 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo "!say ]echo !say ]echo"
Feb 12 16:52:29 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ]echo !say ]echo
Feb 12 16:52:30 2016 <nelg-bot>	]echo !say ]echo
Feb 12 16:52:31 2016 <ljrbot>	nelg-bot: Error: Spurious "]".  You may want to quote your arguments with double quotes in order to prevent extra brackets from being evaluated as nested commands.
Feb 12 16:52:34 2016 <player_42>	!say !][]!"' do you want me to quote at all?
Feb 12 16:52:34 2016 <nelg-bot>	!][]!"' do you want me to quote at all?
Feb 12 16:52:38 2016 <player_42>	apparently not
Feb 12 16:52:48 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo "!say ]echo '!say ]echo'"
Feb 12 16:52:48 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ]echo '!say ]echo'
Feb 12 16:52:49 2016 <nelg-bot>	]echo '!say ]echo'
Feb 12 16:52:50 2016 <ljrbot>	nelg-bot: Error: Spurious "]".  You may want to quote your arguments with double quotes in order to prevent extra brackets from being evaluated as nested commands.
Feb 12 16:53:02 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo "!say ]echo !say ']echo'"
Feb 12 16:53:02 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ]echo !say ']echo'
Feb 12 16:53:02 2016 <nelg-bot>	]echo !say ']echo'
Feb 12 16:53:04 2016 <ljrbot>	nelg-bot: Error: Spurious "]".  You may want to quote your arguments with double quotes in order to prevent extra brackets from being evaluated as nested commands.
Feb 12 16:53:12 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	ok, this is frying my brain, I'm quitting
Feb 12 16:53:47 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	oh, I see.  ljrbot is stopping this from happening.
Feb 12 16:55:03 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	Cruz should have let the ad with the former porn star run (hopefully after verifying the "former" status), saying "Jesus can forgive her, so why can't I?"
Feb 12 16:55:26 2016 <player_42>	]echo "!say ]echo \"!say ]echo hi\""
Feb 12 16:55:26 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ]echo "!say ]echo hi"
Feb 12 16:55:27 2016 <nelg-bot>	]echo "!say ]echo hi"
Feb 12 16:55:28 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ]echo hi
Feb 12 16:55:28 2016 <nelg-bot>	]echo hi
Feb 12 16:55:29 2016 <ljrbot>	hi
Feb 12 16:55:44 2016 <AmarokNelg>	lol!
Feb 12 16:56:06 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	!ping
Feb 12 16:56:06 2016 <nelg-bot>	Lucifer_arma: pong
Feb 12 16:56:16 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo !ping
Feb 12 16:56:17 2016 <ljrbot>	!ping
Feb 12 16:56:17 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: pong
Feb 12 16:56:18 2016 <ljrbot>	ping
Feb 12 16:57:01 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo "!ping !ping"
Feb 12 16:57:03 2016 <ljrbot>	!ping !ping
Feb 12 16:57:03 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: pong
Feb 12 16:57:03 2016 <ljrbot>	ping
Feb 12 16:57:20 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	wait, I got this
Feb 12 16:57:22 2016 <AmarokNelg>	having fun with bots much?
Feb 12 16:58:07 2016 <player_42>	do we even need any quotes?
Feb 12 16:58:37 2016 <player_42>	ljrbot: echo nelgbot: say ljrbot: echo nelgbot: sayljrbot: echo nelgbot: sayljrbot: echo nelgbot: say hi
Feb 12 16:58:37 2016 <ljrbot>	nelgbot: say ljrbot: echo nelgbot: sayljrbot: echo nelgbot: sayljrbot: echo nelgbot: say hi
Feb 12 16:58:45 2016 <player_42>	nelg-bot: say test
Feb 12 16:59:16 2016 <player_42>	ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:16 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:17 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:18 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:18 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:19 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:20 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:21 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:21 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:22 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:23 2016 <player_42>	there
Feb 12 16:59:23 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: echo !say hi
Feb 12 16:59:24 2016 <ljrbot>	!say hi
Feb 12 16:59:24 2016 <nelg-bot>	hi
Feb 12 16:59:30 2016 *	player_42 is done with spamming
Feb 12 16:59:30 2016 *	nelg-bot is also done with spamming 
Feb 12 17:07:22 2016 <player_42>	of course, if we define an alias with ljrbot we should be able to create an endless loop
Feb 12 17:07:34 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!8ball is my name lucifer?
Feb 12 17:07:35 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg: Better not tell you now
Feb 12 17:07:42 2016 <player_42>	but stopping it would probably require kicking one of the bots
Feb 12 17:07:50 2016 <player_42>	or undefining the alias…
Feb 12 17:07:53 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!8ball is my name lucifer?
Feb 12 17:07:54 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg: Nah
Feb 12 17:08:00 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!8ball is my name nelg?
Feb 12 17:08:01 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg: Concentrate and ask again.
Feb 12 17:08:02 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!8ball is my name nelg?
Feb 12 17:08:03 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg: No
Feb 12 17:08:27 2016 <AmarokNelg>	wait
Feb 12 17:08:35 2016 <player_42>	]help alias
Feb 12 17:08:35 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: Error: There is no command "alias".
Feb 12 17:08:45 2016 <player_42>	]alias
Feb 12 17:08:45 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: Error: "alias" is not a valid command.
Feb 12 17:08:54 2016 <player_42>	ah
Feb 12 17:08:55 2016 <player_42>	!alias
Feb 12 17:08:55 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42: I couldn't recognize that command. Please see !commands
Feb 12 17:08:59 2016 <player_42>	!help alias
Feb 12 17:08:59 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42: The command !alias may not exist or be documented.
Feb 12 17:09:03 2016 <player_42>	!commands
Feb 12 17:09:04 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42: Commands: !help, !commands (!list), !about, !calc, !google, !weather, !dict, !scramble, !typo, !find, !lastseen, !servers, !slap, !md5, !sha1, !base64, !debase64, !bf, !say, !me, !ladle, !8ball, !date, !readtimer, !timer, !time, !generate, !copycat
Feb 12 17:09:04 2016 <Guest57901823>	It is Commands:.
Feb 12 17:09:07 2016 <player_42>	]commands
Feb 12 17:09:07 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: An error has occurred and has been logged. Please contact this bot's administrator for more information.
Feb 12 17:09:37 2016 <player_42>	]list
Feb 12 17:09:38 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: AcronymFinder, Admin, Alias, Bible, BitcoinData, Channel, Config, Currency, CyborgName, Format, Games, IgnoreFormatting, Later, Math, Misc, Network, Owner, Quote, RSS, Rhyme, Seen, Services, Status, Stock, String, Time, User, Utilities, Weather, Web, and Yandere
Feb 12 17:09:49 2016 <player_42>	]Alias help
Feb 12 17:09:49 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: Error: The "Alias" plugin is loaded, but there is no command named "help" in it.  Try "list Alias" to see the commands in the "Alias" plugin.
Feb 12 17:09:54 2016 <player_42>	]list Alias
Feb 12 17:09:54 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: d, d, roulette, d, r, roulette, kek, dicks, good, nicks, r, roulette, seen, roulette, r, !, !repeat100, /me, 8ball, 93a, a, aawiki, abs, abstain, abstains, action, add, addsabutton, addup, aeromax, aids, aiias, aka, aliasb, alot, andre, appless, appreciate, armaconfig, as, ay, ayyyyy, b%, b&, b&-, b&random, badbot, baddude, badequals, baka, ban, bc,blocks, bc,calc, bc,calcd, (15 more messages)
Feb 12 17:10:03 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]more
Feb 12 17:10:03 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: Error: You haven't asked me a command; perhaps you want to see someone else's more.  To do so, call this command with that person's nick.
Feb 12 17:10:09 2016 <AmarokNelg>	]list Alias
Feb 12 17:10:10 2016 <ljrbot>	AmarokNelg: d, d, roulette, d, r, roulette, kek, dicks, good, nicks, r, roulette, seen, roulette, r, !, !repeat100, /me, 8ball, 93a, a, aawiki, abs, abstain, abstains, action, add, addsabutton, addup, aeromax, aids, aiias, aka, aliasb, alot, andre, appless, appreciate, armaconfig, as, ay, ayyyyy, b%, b&, b&-, b&random, badbot, baddude, badequals, baka, ban, bc,blocks, bc,calc, bc,calcd, (15 more messages)
Feb 12 17:10:10 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo nelg-bot: say ljr-bot: echo neg-bot: say ljr-bot: "!ping"
Feb 12 17:10:11 2016 <ljrbot>	nelg-bot: say ljr-bot: echo neg-bot: say ljr-bot: !ping
Feb 12 17:10:24 2016 <player_42>	]more
Feb 12 17:10:25 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: bc,calcdiff, bc,calcgh, bc,calckh, bc,calcmh, bc,calcth, bc,calcᵇh, bc,calcᵐh, bc,diff, bc,difficulty, bc,eligius, bc,eligius,calc, bc,eligiuseu, bc,eligiuseu,calc, bc,eligiuslastfoundby, bc,eligiusra, bc,eligiussu, bc,eligiusti, bc,eligiusus, bc,eligiusus,calc, bc,estimate, bc,estimateblocksleft, bc,gen, bc,gend, bc,gengh, bc,genkh, bc,genmh, bc,genth, bc,idealeff, bc,idealeffgh, bc,idealeffkh, (14 more messages)
Feb 12 17:10:31 2016 <player_42>	]more
Feb 12 17:10:31 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: bc,idealeffmh, bc,sharereward, bc,sharesperday, be, best, bet, bib, bible, bit, bitch, bite, bits, bittwist, blah, blame, bugs, bye, byte, bzr, c, candy, charat, check, cheer, chodes, civdesu, civsong, claim, cocks, coin3, coin3+, coinflp, col, cookie, coolstory, cpc, cpcbackup, ctcp, ctgroups, cyname, d, d, d, dango, danisanidiot, dart, dart, dartattack, dartscore, dartscore, dccc, dccs, (13 more messages)
Feb 12 17:10:41 2016 <AmarokNelg>	theres a lot of "bc"s in there
Feb 12 17:10:48 2016 <player_42>	no clear command
Feb 12 17:10:52 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo nelg-bot: say ljrbot: echo nelg-bot: say ljrbot: "!ping"
Feb 12 17:10:52 2016 <ljrbot>	nelg-bot: say ljrbot: echo nelg-bot: say ljrbot: !ping
Feb 12 17:11:12 2016 <player_42>	]alias new
Feb 12 17:11:12 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: Error: The "Alias" plugin is loaded, but there is no command named "new" in it.  Try "list Alias" to see the commands in the "Alias" plugin.
Feb 12 17:11:13 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	nelg-bot: ping
Feb 12 17:11:24 2016 <player_42>	]alias define
Feb 12 17:11:24 2016 <ljrbot>	player_42: Error: The "Alias" plugin is loaded, but there is no command named "define" in it.  Try "list Alias" to see the commands in the "Alias" plugin.
Feb 12 17:11:32 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc for
Feb 12 17:11:33 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:Left parenthesis expected  Error in commands
Feb 12 17:11:36 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: "!ping"
Feb 12 17:11:36 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: !ping
Feb 12 17:11:37 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: !ping
Feb 12 17:11:38 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ljrbot: !ping
Feb 12 17:11:39 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: !ping
Feb 12 17:11:40 2016 <ljrbot>	nelg-bot: Error: "!ping" is not a valid command.
Feb 12 17:11:51 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	]echo !say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo "!ping"
Feb 12 17:11:54 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !ping
Feb 12 17:11:55 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: echo !say ljrbot: echo !ping
Feb 12 17:11:59 2016 <ljrbot>	!say ljrbot: echo !ping
Feb 12 17:11:59 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: echo !ping
Feb 12 17:12:02 2016 <ljrbot>	!ping
Feb 12 17:12:02 2016 <nelg-bot>	ljrbot: pong
Feb 12 17:12:03 2016 <ljrbot>	ping
Feb 12 17:12:10 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	that's the best I've got
Feb 12 17:12:19 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc for()
Feb 12 17:12:20 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:Missing semicolon  Error in commands
Feb 12 17:12:37 2016 <AmarokNelg>	uhhh how do I do for loops again?
Feb 12 17:12:53 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc foreach(true){print "]ping";}
Feb 12 17:12:54 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:"true" is undefined  Error in commands
Feb 12 17:12:58 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc foreach(1){print "]ping";}
Feb 12 17:12:59 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:Semicolon expected  Error in commands
Feb 12 17:14:34 2016 <AmarokNelg>	oh
Feb 12 17:14:41 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc while(1){print "]ping";}
Feb 12 17:14:47 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg: Output exceeds limit of 800 digits.
Feb 12 17:14:54 2016 <player_42>	too bad. ljrbot is now ignoring me because I /msg'd too many more commands. therefore, we could get the bots to ignore each other, but no infinite loop :-(
Feb 12 17:15:10 2016 <player_42>	!calc 10*"x"
Feb 12 17:15:10 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42:	"xxxxxxxxxx"
Feb 12 17:15:19 2016 <player_42>	!calc 20*"x"
Feb 12 17:15:20 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42:	"xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
Feb 12 17:15:29 2016 <player_42>	what's with the spaces?
Feb 12 17:15:35 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	so, if a naked guy carrying no weapons charges a police officer, and the cop is currently still waiting for backup, what should the cop do?
Feb 12 17:15:46 2016 <AmarokNelg>	spaces?
Feb 12 17:16:02 2016 <player_42>	in nelg-bot's response, before the first quote
Feb 12 17:16:11 2016 <player_42>	8 of them
Feb 12 17:16:18 2016 <AmarokNelg>	only one space shows over here
Feb 12 17:16:26 2016 <AmarokNelg>	over here it looks like <nelg-bot> player_42: "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
Feb 12 17:16:32 2016 <player_42>	probably your IRC client
Feb 12 17:16:32 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	I'm seeing all the spaces, your irc client is probably trimming them out
Feb 12 17:16:53 2016 <AmarokNelg>	weird then
Feb 12 17:16:54 2016 <player_42>	!calc 789*"x"
Feb 12 17:16:54 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42:	"xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Feb 12 17:16:57 2016 <player_42>	!calc 798*"x"
Feb 12 17:16:57 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42: Output exceeds limit of 800 digits.
Feb 12 17:17:07 2016 <player_42>	!calc 790*"x"
Feb 12 17:17:08 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42:	"xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Feb 12 17:17:10 2016 <player_42>	!calc 791*"x"
Feb 12 17:17:11 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42:	"xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Feb 12 17:17:12 2016 <player_42>	!calc 792*"x"
Feb 12 17:17:13 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42:	"xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Feb 12 17:17:18 2016 <player_42>	!calc 794*"x"
Feb 12 17:17:18 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42:	"xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Feb 12 17:17:21 2016 <player_42>	!calc 796*"x"
Feb 12 17:17:21 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42:	"xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Feb 12 17:17:23 2016 <AmarokNelg>	it seems the irc channel or something is also enforcing a limit
Feb 12 17:17:29 2016 <AmarokNelg>	because it doesnt have an ending quote
Feb 12 17:17:32 2016 <player_42>	!calc 797*"x"
Feb 12 17:17:32 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42: Output exceeds limit of 800 digits.
Feb 12 17:17:40 2016 <player_42>	oh
Feb 12 17:17:45 2016 <player_42>	i didn't even notice
Feb 12 17:18:07 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc print \r
Feb 12 17:18:10 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:"r" is undefined  Error in commands
Feb 12 17:18:12 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc print "\r"
Feb 12 17:18:13 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:
Feb 12 17:18:17 2016 <player_42>	!calc 797*"…"
Feb 12 17:18:17 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42: Output exceeds limit of 800 digits.
Feb 12 17:18:18 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc print "hello\rhow"
Feb 12 17:18:19 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:hello
Feb 12 17:18:24 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc print "hello\\rhow"
Feb 12 17:18:25 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:hello
Feb 12 17:18:25 2016 <player_42>	!calc 796*"…"
Feb 12 17:18:26 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42: Output exceeds limit of 800 digits.
Feb 12 17:18:42 2016 <player_42>	!calc 265*"…"
Feb 12 17:18:42 2016 <nelg-bot>	player_42:	"………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Feb 12 17:19:22 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc "+"*100
Feb 12 17:19:22 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	"++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++"
Feb 12 17:19:25 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc "+"*200
Feb 12 17:19:26 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	"++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++"
Feb 12 17:19:27 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc "+"*300
Feb 12 17:19:28 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	"++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++"
Feb 12 17:19:29 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc "+"*400
Feb 12 17:19:30 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	"++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++"
Feb 12 17:19:31 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc "+"*500
Feb 12 17:19:32 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	"++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Feb 12 17:19:35 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc "+"*450
Feb 12 17:19:35 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	"++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Feb 12 17:19:37 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc "+"*430
Feb 12 17:19:38 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	"++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++"
Feb 12 17:19:40 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!calc "+"*440
Feb 12 17:19:41 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg:	"++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Feb 12 17:19:52 2016 <AmarokNelg>	should the limit be lowered down to 430 so that IRC isnt trimming it?
Feb 12 17:20:58 2016 <AmarokNelg>	!admin REBOOT
Feb 12 17:20:59 2016 <nelg-bot>	AmarokNelg: Rebooting process, please be patient...
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Feb 12 17:21:59 2016 <player_42>	nelg-bot: calc "…………"
Feb 12 17:22:36 2016 <AmarokNelg>	hm
Feb 12 17:29:13 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	so, if a naked guy carrying no weapons charges a police officer, and the cop is currently still waiting for backup, what should the cop do?
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Feb 12 17:51:08 2016 <ct|kyle>	.calc []+{}
Feb 12 17:51:36 2016 <ct|kyle>	!calc []+{}
Feb 12 17:51:36 2016 <nelg-bot>	ct|kyle:Left bracket with no preceding lvalue  Error in commands
Feb 12 17:54:33 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	remind me not to read comments in a fox news article about, well, anything, but in this case it was a Trump v Pope article
Feb 12 18:03:58 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	hahaha
Feb 12 18:04:24 2016 <Lucifer_arma>	in an Amazon review for Uranium, a person said "I purchased this product 4.47 billion years ago, and when I finally opened it up today, it was half empty"
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Feb 12 18:25:46 2016 *	Topic for #armagetron is: http://www.armagetronad.org/ | pastebin: http://armagetron.pastebin.com/ | Tournaments: #armagetron.tourneys | Pickup a game: #armagetron.pickup
Feb 12 18:25:46 2016 *	Topic for #armagetron set by guru3 at Wed Apr 22 16:50:50 2015
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Feb 12 19:01:40 2016 <AmarokNelg>	oh noes, its swag :(
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