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Rape Bus

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Mar 20, 2004 | 1:26 PM EST

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A whimsical adventure in the wacky world of public transportation!

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TheSickEmpireTheSickEmpire

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Best movie ever.

Better than sparta.



DarkanimeX4DarkanimeX4

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The best sign fuck ive ever seen!!!

OMG!! That is the best thing ive seen tonight!!! omg.. He fucked the sign!!!! NICEEE!!!!! We need more people making sick shit for us people fucked up in the head.



ArtDanValArtDanVal

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Surreal, man.

I can't even comment on this...it was just so confusing. I thought it was kind of funny, but the part at the end was just hilarious; even if it is a bit disturbing the eyes of others. I liked the quotes in this like "some kind of a...SPIKE TRAP!, get it up there you slutty fucking sign!" and when ihe stuck the sign up his ass was also pretty weird. This movie was kind of short, so I don't have much to say other than it may either be funny or disturbing depending on your view. (lol three line summary)

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MAYORMCHEESEMAYORMCHEESE

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hilarious.

I have to see the rest of your movies.



gregsfweoDHOgregsfweoDHO

Rated 5 / 5 stars

a manual for those who didnt understand

The empty set is not the same thing as nothing; it is a set with nothing inside it, and a set is something. This often causes difficulty among those who first encounter it. It may be helpful to think of a set as a bag containing its elements; an empty bag may be empty, but the bag itself certainly exists.

Some people balk at the first property listed above, that the empty set is a subset of any set A. By the definition of subset, this claim means that for every element x of {}, x belongs to A. If it is not true that every element of {} is in A, there must be at least one element of {} that is not present in A. Since there are no elements of {} at all, there is no element of {} that is not in A, leading us to conclude that every element of {} is in A and that {} is a subset of A. Any statement that begins "for every element of {}" is not making any substantive claim; it is a vacuous truth. This is often paraphrased as "everything is true of the elements of the empty set."
While the empty set is a standard and universally accepted concept in mathematics, there are those who still entertain doubts.

Jonathan Lowe has argued that while the idea "was undoubtedly an important landmark in the history of mathematics, … we should not assume that its utility in calculation is dependent upon its actually denoting some object." It is not clear that such an idea makes sense. "All that we are ever informed about the empty set is that it (1) is a set, (2) has no members, and (3) is unique amongst sets in having no members. However, there are very many things that 'have no members', in the set-theoretical sense—namely, all non-sets. It is perfectly clear why these things have no members, for they are not sets. What is unclear is how there can be, uniquely amongst sets, a set which has no members. We cannot conjure such an entity into existence by mere stipulation."


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