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9:05 AM
@Bookworm Off topic. Non-literary question about non-literary work; not a matter of literary meaning or interpretation. Migrate to Psychology SE??
 
 
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12:37 PM
@Bookworm This brute went HNQ.
 
 
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3:09 PM
I now have the 80 answers required for a silver tag badge in , but I'm still 28 short of the required total answer score.
 
I'm familiar with that type of issue.
 
Spagirl will probably get that badge before me, needing 9 more answers but just 9 more score as well.
Meanwhile, Gareth Rees is closing in on the site's first gold tag badge.
Which will be useful in this very rare event.
 
And I at least have the bronze...
 
What comes after gold? Titanium?
 
Diamond.
If you get gold badges in all the eligible tags, then you automatically become a moderator.
 
3:20 PM
Hmm, we got lozenges. Those aren't diamonds in my book ;-)
 
 
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4:48 PM
@Randal'Thor I’ve never really tracked badges, but perhaps I’ll focus on unanswered ‘meaning’ questions for a bit.
 
Here's some Knight Qs of the sort: literature.stackexchange.com/…
 
 
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7:51 PM
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Q: Did Napoleon say: "Man will believe anything, as long as it’s not in the bible."?

Martín-Blas Pérez PinillaThe phrase "Man will believe anything, as long as it's not in the Bible." is attributed to Napoleon in many sites (~ 1000 Google hits,) but there are no further details (date, context,etc.) available, nor a trace of primary sources. Some examples: AZ Quotes, Quote Fancy, Love Expands.

^ question on Skeptics
 
8:09 PM
@Randal'Thor Can't we just ask him? Or is this someone else than Napoleon Wilson?
 
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Q: What does "nada y pues nada" mean in Ernest Hemingway's "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place"?

Josh BoneI am not looking for a direct translation, but rather how this passage fits into the story as a whole. It was only that and light was all it needed and a certain cleanness and order. Some lived in it and never felt it but he knew it all was nada y pues nada y nada y pues nada. Our nada who art i...

 

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