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Feb 21 at 15:32, by Paul White 9
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7:25 AM
RIP unicorn points
Morning my quarantined friends
oh weird... the dialogue to undelete the post seems available to me?
@PeterVandivier for your post?
Good Morning @PeterVandivier and @TomV-trytopanswers.xyz
oh, maybe not,
well i will vote for that then
er... this UI is le confusing
Well @PaulWhite9 can't get mad at me if i'm doing it For Science™️, right?
Science™️ concluded
14 mins ago, by Peter Vandivier
RIP unicorn points
7:41 AM
Help yourself to a tissue if required 😊
You can quickly recover those transient unicorn points by asking or answering questions that belong on the site long term.
7:57 AM
the tallest blade of grass is the first one cut by the lawnmower
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The tall poppy syndrome describes the cultural phenomenon of mocking people who think highly of themselves, "cutting down the tall poppy". Common in Australia and New Zealand, it is seen by many as self-deprecating and by others as promoting modesty. == Etymology == The concept originates from accounts in Herodotus' Histories (Book 5, 92f), Aristotle's Politics (1284a), and Livy's Ab Urbe Condita Libri, Book I. with reversed roles, referring to Periander's advice to Thrasybulus via a herald. The specific reference to poppies occurs in Livy's account of the tyrannical Roman king, Lucius Tarquinius...
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1:30 PM
how did 121 people get to read that question and I cant find it D,:
2:18 PM
A: What should be done with the April Fools questions?

Shog9Traditionally, all but the most wildly successful get closed and deleted. If they make it to the end of 4/1, they're doing pretty well - only a tiny handful are ever good enough to stick it out for the long haul. Look everyone! It's a vomiting clown! In my mind, there are three broad guideli...

I guess the lesson is, if you want to view April 1 'jokes' visit on April 1 or get 10k rep.
2:52 PM
slightly dated by the apparent subsequent burnination of the tag
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4:01 PM
also possibly irrelevant given the post in question was not mean-spirited and was net upvoted
let it go
ok, Elsa
@PeterVandivier Print it out and hang it on a wall over your desk. Then see how soon you'll tear it down.
@mustaccio no u
I see you let it go. Good.
4:10 PM
i couldn't take it anymoooorrre
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5:56 PM
Q: What is bullshit in Latin?

Joonas IlmavirtaIf a statement is blatantly wrong, one can call it bullshit in English. But how about Latin? Is there something more strong and colorful than falsus? I am not convinced that a direct translation would be meaningful, and it almost certainly would not be idiomatic. The word can be a noun, an adjec...

May be that'll help keep our language patrol happy
Well, nobody speaks Latin this days.

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