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Gargron
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Gargron joined on May 2nd, 2010, since that has made 1252 posts that are still accessible today, 158 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Gargron has given 2263 upvotes, and was last online on Aug 15th, 2014.


  • In Gun Shaped Pencil Sharpener

    Do you remember this case when kids found a gun and thought it was a toy gun, and one kid was shot to death as the result?

  • In Cheating Males

    @InsaneBoredGame I have never cheated, but I know many people.

  • In Cheating Males

    Except it's not that easy! People can make mistakes they can regret later. It really depends on the exact situation, but another chance could be given as an alternative.

  • In Elementary by CBS

    I won't watch that.

  • In IPv6: The Internet just got a whole lot bigger.

    @shane It's not the devices that need an IP address each, but rather an internet connection. If you have one wifi router at home, it has an IP address; all devices that connect to it, share it.

    @Neko-Chan IP addresses are reused. There is also such a thing as dynamic IP addresses, they are assigned only for the lifetime of the connection.

  • In Scottish thread.

    I'd love to check Scotland out! But I can't come in ;-;

    Also, I wouldn't rely on Wikipedia alone, but if there are more credible sources, then they are more precise than a teenager's experience.

  • In Helicopter cat

    Hey, remember the artist who made art installations out of human corpses? This is a lot less disgusting than that. It's even funny, in a grotesque way.

    But please, OP, fix "helecopter" to "helicopter".

  • In i've always wondered why...

    As you might know, the German equivalent of "bless you" is "Gesundheit!" (German for "health"). I was told that it originates from the times of plague, when the doctors used to knock on doors to find out if there was anyone still alive inside. It was a German teacher who told me this, but to be quite frank it could be a common misconception or just bullshit.

  • In i've always wondered why...

    Short answer: sneezing is intense and singular, coughing in most cases not.

  • In German Thread

    @halcy Nicht genug Deutsche wo sind sie alle aaaaaaa