4:04 AM
awesome video

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8:51 AM
Not even close :)
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12:56 PM
@LinuxBlanket I agree that making the question also takes some work. A question like yours would be much better than something like "Why do you want me to eat that cake and be as fat as you?" or "Are you trying to get me drunk so you can sleep with my boyfriend again?" — Keeta 1 min ago
#12475 Keeta (141 rep) | A: How do you deal with someone who's pushing you without explaining yourself? (score: 4) | posted 42 hours ago by Keeta (141 rep)
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Negotiation tactic #1 is being aware of the law in the country in question - where I live (the UK), a shop is in the first instance responsible for the quality of goods it sells, not the manufacturer. Nevertheless, if there seemed to be no other issues with the shirt, why not just reattach the button? Sometimes 'don't sweat the small stuff' can be a good tactic... — topo morto 1 min ago
#12569 topo morto (101 rep) | Q: Negotiations on returns (score: 0) | posted 11 minutes ago by paulj (9 rep)
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1:25 PM
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1:43 PM
I'm recommending deletion of this answer. I've read through this and thought about how to respond. While I agree in part with the course of action, I have to find that this doesn't answer the question. Instead, this seeks to confront the roommate's bad behavior with OP's behavior. This may be a useful second step, but isn't the first step that is being requested. — baldPrussian 1 min ago
#12510 baldPrussian (10375 rep) | A: How to establish boundaries with a roommate without confrontation? (score: 75) | posted 35 hours ago by Edgar (2568 rep) | edited 13 hours ago by Edgar (2568 rep)
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2:03 PM
i'd be happy to be drawn while playing haha :D That seems like a very creative way to spend your time. I completely agree with you on the subject, I should do what makes me happy. But streaming/sharing is also caring, being nice shouldn't make me "unhappy". Although I will probably follow your advice and gently decline the offer the way you showed it. — Gil Sand 2 mins ago
#12576 Gil Sand (101 rep) | A: How to refuse politely to play with someone as a streamer (score: 1) | posted 25 minutes ago by avazula (2710 rep)
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2:42 PM
now which argument-less downvoter sees a problem here? Improve your downvote and say why this is not helpful. — puck 1 min ago
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2:54 PM
I agree: I just hold the door because it's polite, regardless of gender. — John Doe 1 min ago
#12532 John Doe (101 rep) | A: What is the current etiquette in the US and UK regarding a man holding doors for female companions? (score: 28) | posted 25 hours ago by baldPrussian (10425 rep) | edited 20 hours ago by baldPrussian (10425 rep)
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3:30 PM
@GaurangTandon that is so irritating

Giving a kick to one's mind is not what this site is meant for? This is surprising. Ok then I'm sorry for that. All who don't do better, feel free to downvote once more. — puck 1 min ago
#12563 puck (108 rep) | A: My friend wants me to dance at her wedding but I don't feel comfortable dancing. How do I tell her? (score: -3) | posted 5 hours ago by puck (108 rep) | edited 7 minutes ago by puck (108 rep)
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Not really an answer, but have you considered having some offline getting-to-know-them session (whether playing or just having a quick chat) as a requirement for someone to play with you? Have you considered just not letting their audio onto the stream, (possibly) limiting how much they can ruin? Is there some natural stopping point (e.g. between games) where you can say "ok, it's been fun, cheers" and kick them or leave the team or whatever? Have you considered having some specific "you can play with me now" times (or games) for maybe the best of both worlds? — NotThatGuy 38 secs ago
#12571 NotThatGuy (1939 rep) | Q: How to refuse politely to play with someone as a streamer (score: 7) | posted 3 hours ago by Gil Sand (136 rep) | edited 17 minutes ago by Kat (1768 rep)

5:28 PM
@MollyCooL @DivyankaS.Chaudhari , What are your opinions:
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Recently I am seeing many post-edits where $\mathrm{S_N1}$ is being formatted to SN1. In my humble opinion, the former looks much better and neater on a computer screen. I'd like to what's the problem with it? Just some $\mathrm{S_N1}$s in a post aren't going to cause any big problem/ time delays...

@DivyankaS.Chaudhari Same here

Gaurang already has a post on it. They agreed not to use mathjax

@MollyCooL Only Martin and Apoorv potnis agreed.

Anonymous
I have no opinion because I don't get things.

5:41 PM
Maybe! But $\mathrm{S_N1}$ prints the 1 a bit awAy

@MollyCooL @DivyankaS.Chaudhari @JavaScriptCoder Any idea about Diels Alder reaction?

Nope

Why doesn't it show Diels Alder reaction?
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What is the question?

1 min ago, by Abcd
Why doesn't it show Diels Alder reaction?

5:55 PM
I'm not good at this, no idea

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wait you can post in the trash? Wow!!!

6:20 PM
The claim: official recognition of the existence of idiots (recipe of recipes)

Means of action, our collective having understood that on Earth, we measure the force of a movement by its power of nuisances:

For tomorrow (Saturday, March 31th) we are announcing incredible things:

Either you see some incredible things and then it's us, or you see nothing and then it will be amazing for us.

signed Commander-in-Chief (I) of the FLG Resistance.

I disagree that the poster should have to dance, or to self-deprecate when not dancing. An individual should stand for their own will, and their own value, and friends should respect that this is not eccentricity! — manglano 59 secs ago
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6:57 PM
I've never heard, and would never consider, you can keep it as a "long term loan". I won't -1 but I have no idea how this has so many up-votes... — WernerCD 39 secs ago
#12433 WernerCD (299 rep) | A: How do I clarify that the gift someone gave me is mine when they are asking for it back? (score: 116) | posted 2 days ago by Val (804 rep) | edited 57 hours ago by A J (5488 rep)
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I downvoted this because it neither answers the question nor does it describe how people actually operate. Both men and women use subtext in order to avoid awkward situations, not the other way around. Letting her "make the first move" is totally ambiguous and your answer provides no clarity. A more helpful answer would provide something along the lines of how to even know that she's making moves. — Ravenstine 18 secs ago
#12499 Ravenstine (210 rep) | A: How can I know whether a female house guest is interested in more than a friendly visit? (score: 20) | posted 45 hours ago by swbarnes2 (666 rep) | edited 4 hours ago by User that is not a user (103 rep)
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8:51 PM
At least in the Southeast U.S., the custom is pretty much exactly as described here. +1 — reirab 1 min ago
#12532 reirab (716 rep) | A: What is the current etiquette in the US and UK regarding a man holding doors for female companions? (score: 37) | posted 31 hours ago by baldPrussian (10485 rep) | edited 26 hours ago by baldPrussian (10485 rep)
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9:08 PM
+1 for suggesting the OP clearly to at least do something of courage to keep her backbone upright even at the cost office fighting a war. Clearly the OP has growing up adolescence issues and she is unnecessarily being paranoid. What she really needs is a good fcuk ;√} — manav m-n 44 secs ago
#12524 manav m-n (101 rep) | A: How to establish boundaries with a roommate without confrontation? (score: 0) | posted 33 hours ago by Horsey (31 rep)
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@Val To be honest, if by saying "you can keep it" what people really mean is "please take care of my shit for a while", I quit this communication thing. The onus is on the person "giving" the item to make things clear. — Félix Gagnon-Grenier 58 secs ago
#12422 Félix Gagnon-Grenier (101 rep) | A: How do I clarify that the gift someone gave me is mine when they are asking for it back? (score: 50) | posted 3 days ago by LinuxBlanket (6484 rep) | edited 2 days ago by LinuxBlanket (6484 rep)
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