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Uh...no! The immovable object is in the way of the unstoppable force

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The unstoppable force continues moving at the same spped, but in an opposite vector direction; technically, it has not stopped, but rebounded. The immovable object does not change velocity or position.

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Quick question for you to puzzle over.

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?

Chuck Norris is created.

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@welsh

no, no explosion/shattering

@Rubrica

No, unstoppable as in not stopped or made to change direction, it must keep going the same way.

@EER

You are closest but not quite there. Good guest though!

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Quick question for you to puzzle over.

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?

Can you give an answer that would beat it? (I will be the judge of that)

There is no such a thing in the universe, but philosophically, time will stop and and the event will leak infinite energy, no doubt that would be God.!

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Uh...no! The immovable object is in the way of the unstoppable force

Why can't the unstoppable force go through the immovable object?

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Because to go through it, it would have to break at least a hole in it. And that would be MOVING part of it!!

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Unless of course the immovable object was moving so fast it's atoms were vibrating at such a fast pace it would be able to phase through the unbreakable object.

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If the force were made up of waves it could pass through the object with ease (such as sound waves travelling through a piece of paper). I guess it depends how dense the immovable object is, and what kind of material the unstoppable force is.

I know I'm probably wrong on this - but I just figured I'd through it out there

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What if the unbreakable object had a large hole in the front of it? Nobody said it had to be completely solid

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OK that's enough of that nonsense! lol

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• 2 weeks later...

So I bought myself a pair of jeans the other day. Bright red women's skinny jeans that fit perfectly (only \$15!).

Seriously, the guy's section is so boring. I'm not g**, I just want a better color palette when I go out >_>

..and that's my "off topic" post of the day.

EDIT: wait...has the PDN forums always censored that word? Heh...

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Yes they have. And I totally agree with you, men's clothing is really boring. No cool patterns, colours or designs...

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Yeah, and not only are there not many good selections for guys, but if there are they are often gangster style, I hate that style!

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Yes, but when (overall) I compare the cost of the female fashions to the male side of the store, I get sticker shock ...

That selection literally comes at a price.

Now, I will say having irregular dimensions (odd inseam to waist ratio and a long torso, large hat size, wide feet) that I find my shopping to be a nightmare regardless unless I go custom/tailored. Then I'm on the other end of the mulla spectrum.

Even though I dont want to put a bunch of indo-chinese children out of work (no I really dont, everyone's got to eat), I want my sci-fi machine that makes custom clothing already. Or at least a cheap online equivalent service ...

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....odd inseam to waist ratio and a long torso, large hat size, wide feet...

Hate to say it delpart, but it sounds like you're shaped much the same as Gollum!

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My eldest daughter (who is 12 going on to be soon 13) now wants to dress more "teen" Shopping with (and for) her is a nightmare, that is something I find hard to say being a "shopaholic" myself. As welshblue said we was young once (I still am, I'm only 32 and 3/4) There is still some unique clothing to be found in the high street (location depending of course) local clothing outlets have some cool stuff (not sure if a 30+ can say "cool" anymore)

And good for you UsedHonda, if your comfortable in them - why not wear them.

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Yeah, and not only are there not many good selections for guys, but if there are they are often gangster style, I hate that style!

Do you not mean "Gangsta"

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Hate to say it delpart, but it sounds like you're shaped much the same as Gollum!

Well I do lack a lot of hair on my noggin to help complete that picture ... Just lacking the child like over-sized eyes to complete the feel without wearing glasses. With my glasses oddly enough, my eyes are about 1.3 times their normal size when seen from the observes standpoint ... (sigh)

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Ah come on WB, dont recall all the pseudo punks etc? Same thing, different influences, different time in history. Anarchy versus bling-archy.

I met a whole lot of well off people trying to live up the ideals of folks like Sid Vicious who had zero clue what they were espousing.

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Sticker shock - I like that.

Everything is a circle. There is nothing new under the sun...platforms, stilettos, smack, don't smack...funny how kids can make you old & feel young again in one fell swoop.

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One thing my wife often complains about is how cheap it's buy men's sized clothes for herself. Razors and stuff like that. It was funny listening to her rant, but after seeing the price, it just leaves me shaking my head.

I don't care much for those graphic tees that's the rage these days, but I prefer a plain 100% cotton shirts in extra large and tall size, and blue jeans, I'm happy as a camper in the wood.

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Going back to the Immovable/Unstoppable discussion:

(via memebase)

Or, two immovable objects:

Or, perchance, two unstoppable forces:

(via random google images searching)

Muaha. I love the internet. If you want it, someone's already made it for you.

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Amy: But how did it end up in there?
The Doctor: You know fairy tales. A good wizard tricked it.
River Song: I hate good wizards in fairy tales; they always turn out to be him.

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By the way, y'all should take a look at UntoldIndy.com -- that's my latest web project, with my wife. It's exciting - we're getting a lot of interest worldwide, actually.

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The Doctor: There was a goblin, or a trickster, or a warrior... A nameless, terrible thing, soaked in the blood of a billion galaxies. The most feared being in all the cosmos. And nothing could stop it, or hold it, or reason with it. One day it would just drop out of the sky and tear down your world.
Amy: But how did it end up in there?
The Doctor: You know fairy tales. A good wizard tricked it.
River Song: I hate good wizards in fairy tales; they always turn out to be him.

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