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Bensemus

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About Bensemus

  • Title
    Jinx stands for Jinx...Duh
  • Birthday 1994-01-01

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    Male
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    B.C. Canada

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    i7-4790k
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    Asus MAXIMUS VII HERO
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    16GB Corsair Vengeance
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    Asus 780 ti directcu ii SLI
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    Lina Li PC-T60 w/ Fan mount (silver)
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    Samsung 250GB EVO, 1TB HD WD Black
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    corsair AX860
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    Asus ROG Swift, Some ASUS 1080p 21"
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    Corsair H100i with Noctua fans
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    Corsair K70 RGB
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    logitech g502 proteus
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  1. They are repairable in the US. For whatever reason Apple Canada currently has no way to repair them it seems.
  2. Apple now powered by 100% renewable energy

    Except these kinds of statements only ever seem to be leveled at Apple. None of the other tech giants seem to get stuck with any unpleasant baggage from their supply chain. This is also a thread about Apple using more renewable energy but people feel the need to point out unrelated stuff to bring them down. It seems like bad is bad and good is bad. Could Apple do more? Yes. Does that invalidate what they have done? No.
  3. Are these bot fights limited in any way? I think a few things I read on it was that the champs were limited as well as items and it's only 1v1 instead of 5v5 which would reduce the complexity for the AI. I'd love to see a 5v5 game with Ai vs pro team with all items and champs if those limits I mentioned do currently exist.
  4. To be fair this is a problem unique to Apple. I've never heard of an android phone or a windows PC crashing because of a character. I've heard it multiple times about Apple and have experienced it once. As to not experiencing it that kinda makes sense. You would have to have someone send you a specific indian character. Unless you're Indian that chance seem low that someone would even know about that character let alone use it. That doesn't mean it's not a serious issue. Something as simple as a character shouldn't crash 3 different OSs and pretty much brick parts of apps.
  5. There’s 90 days and also 14 extra days so the patch can line up with a patch Tuesday.
  6. The character is in the linked source if you still want it.
  7. AI and Humans.

    Cold is one of the easiest things to fix. Parts of Antarctica average -55C in winter and the coldest temps recorded are -89.2C with a thermometer and -93.2C from a satellite measurement. cities in Canada and Russia deal with those (not the lasts two) temps with wind chill most winters. Besides this -60C isn't a new finding. We've known Mars is cold for years.
  8. Then your Phone isn't affected Actually are you sure your using the right character? The one in the banner looks different then the one in the source and the video.
  9. I believe it has to be sent to you. If you watch the end of the video you can see how he crashes the iOS 10 phone.
  10. iOS 10 might be vulnerable in different ways. He was able to crash Messenger on iOS 10. That might be the only vulnerable app.
  11. Then I will edit out the character
  12. I thought about that after I posted this. Kinda want to visit the site on my iPhone. I don't think it will because he's able to use iMessage again after sending another text yet the indian character is still there. Trying to copy it does crash the phone again though.
  13. I think it has to do with how the whole OS is coded. I've never heard of any android phones crashing because of a character but it's a common story for iOS.
  14. An indian character can crash the current version of iOS, 11.2.5 as well as macOS and iOS 10.x. This also doesn't just affect Messenger. it seems any app with crash to varying degrees if this character is pasted into it. The only permanent fix is upgrading to iOS 11.3 which is in beta still. The only other way to fix it it seems is to restore the phone. Apple really isn't having a good time with iOS 11. Source UPDOOT: Fix has been sent out to mainstream devices.
  15. However I will never say "Bing it". Sounds terrible.
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