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    "The sign in the window? Not sure how you got...

    No, no, you have to pay for the retinal photography.[/QUOTE]

    "The sign in the window? Not sure how you got that confused, because that's clearly a picture of a rectum."
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  3. Hold on--I haven't quite perfected the soufflé.

    Hold on--I haven't quite perfected the soufflé.
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    I have scripts like that written in AutoHotKey...

    Does any developer worth a pinch of shit actually use those tools?[/QUOTE]

    I've never used something that spit out C code but I wouldn't automatically scoff at it.

    Yes, a converted language...
  5. The question remains. What is the difference...

    Because one would be RANDOM and one would be made by God.[/QUOTE]

    The question remains. What is the difference between "random" and "made by God"? What does the latter explain that the former...
  6. Claiming that "God did it" doesn't actually...

    Claiming that "God did it" doesn't actually explain anything, because the Christian is attributing an unknown process (how the laws were created) to an agent (God) who is defined in such vague terms...
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    Does any developer worth a pinch of shit actually...

    Does any developer worth a pinch of shit actually use those tools?
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    Least cost 100% renewable electricity scenarios...

    Least cost 100% renewable electricity scenarios in the Australian National Electricity Market
    Ben Elliston, Iain MacGill, Mark Diesendorf...
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    Cricket is perhaps the one sport where I actually...

    Cricket is perhaps the one sport where I actually dislike my national team to the point where I'm happy when they lose.

    The Australian cricket team have a win-at-all-costs mentality, which ...
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    Excel doesn't use Unix time to store date values.

    This has been happening since the 90's... so like every version of Excel does this.[/QUOTE]Excel doesn't use Unix time to store date values.
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    Then Excel is failing to parse the string as a...

    Then Excel is failing to parse the string as a date.

    What timestamp format does this happen to? Some formats might conceivably be interpreted as mathematical operations.
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    Yeah, nah, I wouldn't call that "copy and paste"....

    Perhaps that's true if your experience in programming is limited to copy-pasting macros, shell scripts and config files.[/QUOTE]

    and class definitions (I recently "borrowed" an AI neural network...
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    Perhaps that's true if your experience in...

    Perhaps that's true if your experience in programming is limited to copy-pasting macros, shell scripts and config files.
  14. It's reasonable to expect IT professionals to...

    It's reasonable to expect IT professionals to avoid phishing scams, because they need a relatively wide range of freedom when using computers at work and there's a professional responsibility that...
  15. That's a carefully-worded bluff intended to give...

    over the past 30 years I have earned well over 3 million dollars in income based almost exclusively on my various areas of Security expertise. I find it funny how many lowly IT workers wish they had...
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    No, because of Coriolis force. The ball's...

    No, because of Coriolis force.

    The ball's actual trajectory depends on the following:
    1. Its mass
    2. Its starting altitude
    3. Its starting latitude

    If its mass is too low or its altitude is...
  17. That's probably best for everyone. Seems...

    That's probably best for everyone.



    Seems like you have some insecurities to work through.



    Yes, that's exactly what you should do, perhaps with the exception of banks that require...
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    It's not an absolute frame. It's just a useful...

    But relativity says there can be no absolute frame.

    This out of my depth, how can the CMBR be eater moving or stationary in terms of position.[/QUOTE]

    It's not an absolute frame. It's just a...
  19. Politicians, journalists and activists...

    Politicians, journalists and activists compulsively misrepresent the science. Al Gore is a repeat offender.

    If you want to know what climate scientists are predicting, you need to ask them...
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    I also find one has to have a lot of patience for...

    I also find one has to have a lot of patience for learning new technologies.

    For instance, learning ECMAScript 2015 (ES6) is not only a matter of learning cool new JavaScript features (= fun), but...
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    You can't travel faster than light. c is a...

    You can't travel faster than light. c is a fundamental speed limit. You can't just ignore that.

    If you are travelling at a fraction of c, acceleration still works the same way as it does at low...
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    An exchange I heard on the radio between two...

    An exchange I heard on the radio between two cricket commentators:

    Englishman: "How far is that in miles?"
    Australian: "I don't know, because we use the metric system in Australia."
    Australian:...
  24. There is scientific proof that a worldwide flood...

    There is scientific proof that a worldwide flood never happened. If there had been a worldwide flood, the flood waters would have deposited sediments over the land everywhere, and we'd see that layer...
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    21836 Yes, I know Garrison didn't really draw...

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    Yes, I know Garrison didn't really draw this.
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