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By the Numbers

By the Numbers

In the world of mathematics, a factorial is the product of a whole number and all of the whole numbers below it; for example, four factorial is equal to 24 (4 x 3 x 2 x 1). 199 more words


Mark My Words!

Today, I am much smaller than I was as a child.

I was born with a really high self-esteem that carried me well into my childhood. 1,953 more words

Human Nature

On the exclamation mark

This one is a little bit… niche. But I think that it’s something a lot of folks have noticed: ads employing liberal use of exclamation marks. 1,996 more words


It’s all so exciting!!!! The exclamation mark reaches its zenith

Marketers and advertising types have taken note of an odd little trend that popped up a few years back on social media: the once-rare exclamation point. 508 more words


Rengar Exclamation (QOL Change)

Hey guys Thornnn here with a quick/fun QOL (Qualtiy of Life) change on Rengars exclamation mark. Why did i do this? What uses can this have for you? 137 more words