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MusiMasta
Posted on 07-30-16 03:48 PM Link | #75334
Posted by JakoNintenCraft
Impossible thing:

Cracking 256-bit SHA-1 encryption (without a key) within a lifetime.


You just need a super super computer for that. ;)

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JakoNintenCraft
Posted on 07-30-16 05:40 PM Link | #75335
Posted by MusiMasta
You just need a super super computer for that. ;)

Dude, it'll take over 50,000 YEARS even with the most powerful supercomputer on Earth today.

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LeftyGreenMario
Posted on 07-31-16 07:29 PM Link | #75430
Convince people that Apple products are worthless piles of shit.

Of course, a lot of Windows products fit in the same category, and Linux can be a worthless pile of rotting durians if you set it up wrong, but the difference is that it's an expensive pile of used sanitary napkins and its functionality doesn't mitigate its price.

StapleButter
Posted on 07-31-16 07:53 PM Link | #75437
s/people/hipsters

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MusiMasta
Posted on 07-31-16 09:16 PM Link | #75443
Posted by LeftyGreenMario
Convince people that Apple products are worthless piles of shit.

Of course, a lot of Windows products fit in the same category, and Linux can be a worthless pile of rotting durians if you set it up wrong, but the difference is that it's an expensive pile of used sanitary napkins and its functionality doesn't mitigate its price.


Yep, I agree on how Apple things tend to be quite overpriced from what they are actually worth, even though yes, on the general side, their products do tend to last a bit longer than Windows and Linux products.

Another impossible thing would be to "unaddict" myself from a game like Pokemon Go.

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LeftyGreenMario
Posted on 07-31-16 09:18 PM Link | #75444
I think it's possible. Think about it 10 years from now. Or even a thousand. ;)

MC708
Posted on 10-12-16 12:02 PM Link | #78607
Play Boo's Haunted Hideaway in Mario Party 8 and not fall into a pitfall within the first few rounds :/

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MusiMasta
Posted on 10-12-16 08:24 PM Link | #78662
Posted by LeftyGreenMario
I think it's possible. Think about it 10 years from now. Or even a thousand. ;)


I just realized I lost my addiction for Pokémon Go in like a month, with school proving no time for me to catch Pokémon. Didn't see how possible it was at the time :P

Also, some thing impossible would be to prove anything is impossible, because time keeps going on and who knows what time can tell? :P

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Isaac
Posted on 10-12-16 11:18 PM Link | #78676
learn Brain Fuck or lolcat
XD
I cant wait to see some anime pussy
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