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1:59 AM
@medica Thank you for saying that. While you were indirect and coy, the answer did betray the ultimate point which I believe the accepted answer did not address (no offense, Torben, as you know I have a lot of respect for you)... the asker has not demonstrated respect for his partner. :(
hmm... "a lot" does not properly represent it, "1/null" amount of respect for you would be a better representation (as I imagine that'd be more than "1/0") ;)
 
 
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7:11 AM
People are fun these days! Specifying wind speed in knots in an answer had me smiling today :)
 
7:29 AM
@JeremyMiller Sick baby > I didn't sleep last night > Math overkill. Whud?
 
@TorbenGundtofte-Bruun I hope your baby is feeling better. On a graph of 1/x, as you approach x=0, the graph skyrockets to infinity, so I was throwing out that as you approach null, it'd go higher... non-sensical, but trying to compliment. :)
@TorbenGundtofte-Bruun This one on pig latin got me.
 
7:49 AM
@JeremyMiller * whoosh * :) thank you
I had to google pig latin, never heard of it.
Pig Latin is a constructed language game in which words in English are altered according to a simple set of rules. Pig Latin takes the first consonant (or consonant cluster) of an English word, moves it to the end of the word and suffixes an ay (IPA [eɪ]) (for example, pig yields igpay, banana yields ananabay, and trash yields ashtray or rashtay (dependent on location/preferences)). The objective is to conceal the meaning of the words from others not familiar with the rules. The reference to Latin is a deliberate misnomer, as it is simply a form of jargon, used only for its English connotations...
still doesn't make any sense...
 
@TorbenGundtofte-Bruun It's really just a stupid thing from elementary school... a way of messing with words. That's why it caught my attention as a question on SO. :D
 

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