This thread deserves to die… now, let’s try to figure out how to kill this thread shall we? Discuss

# SOMEONE KILL THIS THREAD

**HaruRay**(Jei Cheetah) #2

Oh…you decided to actually make this post…

um…I guess it…your decision…but…well…I don’t know if you should have…not saying you make bad choices…um…

Sorry…

**yoyofoot**#4

WELL AH SAID JK DIDN’T AH

I should delete this madness before something horrible happens…

**yoyofoot**#6

Wow these first few posts are going to be horrible out of context won’t they… well now I don’t have something that people might actually take seriously…

**Trace**#7

http://media.corrado-club.ca/albums/Misc-Stuff/Kill_it_with_fire_scorpio.gif

(No clue…)

Wait try deleting the first post…

**yoyofoot**#8

well that’s silly

THAT WOULD BE CHEATING

we have to kill this thread without cheating

it’s against the rules

**Trace**#11

Well I’m enjoying making this up as I go so far

There seems to be no end to this insight…

**yoyofoot**#12

I know exactly what you mean.

partially because you are correct, I am an inexhaustible source of insight unless I happen to be lazy at the time.

**Trace**#15

There was something related to that and now I can’t remember it…

Does “All your base are belong to us.” ring any bells?

**yoyofoot**#18

I wonder what the point of this thread is again… oh right! to figure out how to kill itself! Without cheating of course. Well I don’t know.

**xaix**#19

Did you try closing your browser, shut down your computer or laptop and smash it to pieces?

**jhb8426**#20

Please list the perimeters beforehand…

The perimeter of a polygon is the distance around the outside of the polygon. A polygon is 2-dimensional; however, perimeter is 1-dimensional and is measured in linear units. To help us make this distinction, look at our picture of a rectangular backyard. The yard is 2-dimensional: it has a length and a width. The amount of fence needed to enclose the backyard (perimeter) is 1-dimensional. The perimeter of this yard is the distance around the outside of the yard, indicated by the red arrow; It is measured in linear units such as feet or meters.

pa·ram·e·ter

a : an arbitrary constant whose value characterizes a member of a system (as a family of curves); also : a quantity (as a mean or variance) that describes a statistical population b : an independent variable used to express the coordinates of a variable point and functions of them — compare parametric equation

2

: any of a set of physical properties whose values determine the characteristics or behavior of something <parameters of the atmosphere such as temperature, pressure, and density>