Who is on the Community Team?
What do they do?
They help you out. No, really. But yeah, that's about the most generic ...
@natural If you didn't get a message from a moderator, you can't have been suspended. If it was right after you first started, it might just have been that you made a bad post and got enough downvotes to put you down to 1 rep. But anyway, never mind - bygones and all that.
@DForck42 Hey, are you not coming to Literature any more? :-(
@Napoleon Are we allowing cross-posts by the same user now? I raised a flag the other day on a question which had been cross-posted (downvoted and closed here, upvoted and answered on SFF), but you declined it.
(And yes, I can tell who handled the flag when the decline text is "Um, acknowledged? ;-)") :-)
@AJ Worldbuilding is based on the most awesome concept of any SE site I've come across. It's basically a whole site about constructing fantasy worlds or fantastical scenarios. Over there you can get well-reasoned and sensible answers to questions like "how do centaurs breast-feed?" and "what would be the effect on the human body of increasing gravitational force?" and "how would society change if people could read each other's minds?" It's a completely wacky and brilliant site.
A long time ago I remember watching this short film about a woman who goes up to a man on a subway and flirts with him non-verbally, every single day, until one day he decides to break the ice and talk to her. At that point she walks away and he never sees her again.
What movie is this?
Back in May, 27th 2009, the Stack Overflow team introduced a little counter to monitor the consecutive days you visited the site.
And 30 days later (June 26th 2009), the first "Enthusiast" badges were awarded.
Today, 04th January 2015, is two thousand and forty-eight days later.
Today, 17th Nove...
This film was made in either 2000 or 2001, and the main character is a guy who is a drifter. I remember there were several scenes where he was hitchhiking and then later was riding in and old-fashioned pickup truck through the countryside, and there was an old guy or two sitting next to him play...
There was a series of short shows (under 10 minutes each) in which one of the main characters was deceased, but he didn't know it. I think perhaps he was a zombie, but he was unaware of his situation.
The series was a comedy. The main actors, IIRC, were all in their 20's.
I don't know if it e...
In Mad Men S02E01, Peggy Olson becomes assertive, speaking up during meetings, even berating Lois at one point.
But in the subsequent episodes, it seemed like this attitude change suddenly went away as soon as it appeared. What happened?