@-crystal-king-

llmmzzllmmzz Member Posts: 117

i know all in one world and many player know all in one , and i trust you -crystal-king- , Because of the trajectory of hackers, I am very clear, New Times Square have the same experienced 2 times. But Lisa won't help us, and they can't even admit the existence of hackers, which can affect the game's revenue。

firelore is my friend too. he is very creative child. he said to me he never quit Dw, but i have long time no see him.

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  • MultarixMultarix Over a rainbow with kittens and ponies dancing around a fire built upon the corpses of their enemiesMember Posts: 2,837
    http://www.dictionary.com/browse/hack
    Read the definition and stop using the word cause you clearly don't know what it means.
  • BrainGamerBrainGamer CanadaMember Posts: 473
    Hacker there Hacker here Hacker EVERYWHERE!
  • llmmzzllmmzz Member Posts: 117

    Hacker there Hacker here Hacker EVERYWHERE!

    gamer there gamer here gamer everywhere!

  • RomyrjohnandreiRomyrjohnandrei I like to smell your hair while i watch you sleep in your bed from behind your closet....Member Posts: 1,327
    Please stop childish posts
  • vmh20vmh20 Member Posts: 705
    I know I'm not on board with these posts, but Crystal King was a good dude, I miss him.
  • BrainGamerBrainGamer CanadaMember Posts: 473
    vmh20 said:

    I know I'm not on board with these posts, but Crystal King was a good dude, I miss him.

    Same. I Remember when u and me and cry king made All In one
  • vmh20vmh20 Member Posts: 705

    vmh20 said:

    I know I'm not on board with these posts, but Crystal King was a good dude, I miss him.

    Same. I Remember when u and me and cry king made All In one
    Good times I tell ya, good times.
  • _Brainstorm__Brainstorm_ Nowhere and EverywhereMember Posts: 3,436
    He didn't really leave because of any "hack" or whatever you say
    Yeah, miss him too, we were good friends and I helped him with his price world (as he helped me with my price guide, too.)
  • IronManArcherIronManArcher Hunting down steam jetsMember Posts: 721
    I helped with a thing, but he started a brain invasion halfway through XD
  • Dominus_MortisDominus_Mortis Ļ̴̛̤̩̙͕̥̠̪̗̭̲̪͕̻̇̆̆̅͋̅̒͋̂̅̎͘͝ͅo̴͙͔̭̰̙̼͕̗͇̗̩͇̳̮̦̗̰͙̭͇͑͝ĺ̶͍͛̐̓͆Member Posts: 836
    I am a hacker. Just ask that man behind me with the severed neck.
  • lisalisa ice cream parlorAdministrator Posts: 5,106
    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.
  • EverywhenEverywhen Make someone happy todayMember, Arbiter Posts: 4,695
    edited September 19
    lisa said:

    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.

    Easy. If we assume all hackers start off as regular players, or at the origin, we just find a point they've struck at.

    For example, if we think about cartesian points, a hacker might strike at (3,4).

    Now we can think about this in terms of a cartesian plane, so 3 across and 4 up. Using a^2 + b^2 = c^2, the distance between the origin and the point is 5 units

    Therefore, their trajectory from the origin is simply inverse sine of (4/5)

    Thus, the trajectory of a hacker who has struck at the point (4,5) has a trajectory of ~53.1 degrees above the horizon

    (Obviously this is a simplified example but the same principle applies)
  • llmmzzllmmzz Member Posts: 117
    lisa said:

    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.

    In the Chinese mentality, a crisis is always an opportunity, i think you can not understand Chinese way of thinking.
  • ItzDenniszItzDennisz Ñ͚̮̜͈̥̙͆̇Ư̥̰̓̚L̻̼̖̲̲̱̒͐͒̉̚L͎͙̲̗̝̯̑̔ͭ͡Member Posts: 2,730
    wonder why maybe because we're not chinese?
  • MultarixMultarix Over a rainbow with kittens and ponies dancing around a fire built upon the corpses of their enemiesMember Posts: 2,837

    wonder why maybe because we're not chinese?

    Why can I not both like and agree with this post at the same time.
  • RettaRetta Basking in so cal sunshineMember Posts: 466
    @llmmzz so does that mean a Chinese will always take advantage of a crisis and steal?
    How awful!
  • tjergoztjergoz Member Posts: 5,371
    llmmzz said:

    lisa said:

    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.

    In the Chinese mentality, a crisis is always an opportunity, i think you can not understand Chinese way of thinking.
    I also doubt you can understand the dutch way of thinking.
  • Rasen_Kyugan_FoxRasen_Kyugan_Fox GroundedMember Posts: 704
    in china we also eat fried dog
  • Shadow711Shadow711 Wherever the wind takes meMember Posts: 790

    in china we also eat fried dog

    Really?? That's morbid as hell.

    What do they taste like?
  • Rasen_Kyugan_FoxRasen_Kyugan_Fox GroundedMember Posts: 704
    Shadow711 said:

    in china we also eat fried dog

    Really?? That's morbid as hell.

    What do they taste like?
    better than beef ;)
  • MultarixMultarix Over a rainbow with kittens and ponies dancing around a fire built upon the corpses of their enemiesMember Posts: 2,837
    tjergoz said:

    llmmzz said:

    lisa said:

    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.

    In the Chinese mentality, a crisis is always an opportunity, i think you can not understand Chinese way of thinking.
    I also doubt you can understand the dutch way of thinking.
    I doubt they can understand the Australian way of thinking either
  • IronManArcherIronManArcher Hunting down steam jetsMember Posts: 721
    Multarix said:

    tjergoz said:

    llmmzz said:

    lisa said:

    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.

    In the Chinese mentality, a crisis is always an opportunity, i think you can not understand Chinese way of thinking.
    I also doubt you can understand the dutch way of thinking.
    I doubt they can understand the Australian way of thinking either
    There there, have an eagle
  • MiesnerMan86MiesnerMan86 What is Life?Member Posts: 585
    Everywhen said:

    lisa said:

    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.

    Easy. If we assume all hackers start off as regular players, or at the origin, we just find a point they've struck at.

    For example, if we think about cartesian points, a hacker might strike at (3,4).

    Now we can think about this in terms of a cartesian plane, so 3 across and 4 up. Using a^2 + b^2 = c^2, the distance between the origin and the point is 5 units

    Therefore, their trajectory from the origin is simply inverse sine of (4/5)

    Thus, the trajectory of a hacker who has struck at the point (4,5) has a trajectory of ~53.1 degrees above the horizon

    (Obviously this is a simplified example but the same principle applies)
    This was actually not confusing... not to brag but im good at math :tongue:
  • MultarixMultarix Over a rainbow with kittens and ponies dancing around a fire built upon the corpses of their enemiesMember Posts: 2,837

    Multarix said:

    tjergoz said:

    llmmzz said:

    lisa said:

    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.

    In the Chinese mentality, a crisis is always an opportunity, i think you can not understand Chinese way of thinking.
    I also doubt you can understand the dutch way of thinking.
    I doubt they can understand the Australian way of thinking either
    There there, have an eagle
    I'd rather a kangaroo.
  • EverywhenEverywhen Make someone happy todayMember, Arbiter Posts: 4,695
    Multarix said:

    Multarix said:

    tjergoz said:

    llmmzz said:

    lisa said:

    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.

    In the Chinese mentality, a crisis is always an opportunity, i think you can not understand Chinese way of thinking.
    I also doubt you can understand the dutch way of thinking.
    I doubt they can understand the Australian way of thinking either
    There there, have an eagle
    I'd rather a kangaroo.
    Kangaroo meat is really tough. 10/10 prefer a steak
  • RomyrjohnandreiRomyrjohnandrei I like to smell your hair while i watch you sleep in your bed from behind your closet....Member Posts: 1,327
    I doubt they can understand the Filipino way of thinking either.... Bahala na :P
  • MultarixMultarix Over a rainbow with kittens and ponies dancing around a fire built upon the corpses of their enemiesMember Posts: 2,837
    Everywhen said:

    Multarix said:

    Multarix said:

    tjergoz said:

    llmmzz said:

    lisa said:

    What is the trajectory of hackers? I am really curious now.

    In the Chinese mentality, a crisis is always an opportunity, i think you can not understand Chinese way of thinking.
    I also doubt you can understand the dutch way of thinking.
    I doubt they can understand the Australian way of thinking either
    There there, have an eagle
    I'd rather a kangaroo.
    Kangaroo meat is really tough. 10/10 prefer a steak
    Tastes just like chicken though.
  • Dominus_MortisDominus_Mortis Ļ̴̛̤̩̙͕̥̠̪̗̭̲̪͕̻̇̆̆̅͋̅̒͋̂̅̎͘͝ͅo̴͙͔̭̰̙̼͕̗͇̗̩͇̳̮̦̗̰͙̭͇͑͝ĺ̶͍͛̐̓͆Member Posts: 836

    I doubt they can understand the Filipino way of thinking either.... Bahala na :P

    So if I called you a "bakla" it means good friend right? ⁍‿⁍
  • _Brainstorm__Brainstorm_ Nowhere and EverywhereMember Posts: 3,436
    You can NEVER understand the crow way of thinking

    I can though

    Their top priorities are so not to trap all shovels and the shovelmaster in an endless pit and throw brains at her.

    I didn't tell them about siren, crowlord, now give me the rest of the money
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