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Hello.

There are some useful things on the side menu to try out.

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If you have something fun to put here, please tell me.


The number of unique orders for cards in a standard 52 card deck.
Set a timer to count down 52! seconds (that's 8.0658x10^67 seconds)
- Stand on the equator, and take a step forward every billion years
- When you've circled the earth once, take a drop of water from the Pacific Ocean, and keep going
- When the Pacific Ocean is empty, lay a sheet of paper down, refill the ocean and carry on.
- When your stack of paper reaches the sun, take a look at the timer.

The 3 left-most digits won't have changed. 8.063x10^67 seconds left to go. You have to repeat the whole process 1000 times to get 1/3 of the way through that time. 5.385x10^67 seconds left to go. So to kill that time you try something else.
- Shuffle a deck of cards, deal yourself 5 cards every billion years
- Each time you get a royal flush, buy a lottery ticket
- Each time that ticket wins the jackpot, throw a grain of sand in the grand canyon
- When the grand canyon's full, take 1oz of rock off Mount Everest, empty the canyon and carry on.
- When Everest has been levelled, check the timer.

There's barely any change. 5.364x10^67 seconds left. You'd have to repeat this process 256 times to have run out the timer.