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12:18 AM
@Sarov Or calling a cab/driver thing, which happens after
 
 
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7:57 AM
@Sarov You don't usually swap out water for vodka XD You add increasing (but small) quantities of e.g. rum/liquor to cola.
 
 
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8:58 AM
@Tinkeringbell I had a bottle of Connecticut moonshine that was 100 proof-ish, and had absolutely no taste. That was great in drinks as it didn't make their taste change at all
 
@RoryAlsop Oof, that's dangerous :P
 
but that was for my drinks, not for anyone else :-)
 
Yeah, it sounds as something that's too hard to come by to even consider giving away ;)
 
 
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1:40 PM
@JourneymanGeek I assume that wouldn't be feasible if you're hammered, though.
 
2:06 PM
@Tinkeringbell Ehh, same thing, right? :P
 
I guess so, yes. I think the hard part is going to be claiming that you didn't know something was wrong before you stepped in your car though.
I don't remember anything from that night. But apparently eye-witnesses say I had enough sense to know something was wrong and wanted to leave, desperately.
 
Fair.
 
Someone knows about barycentric interpolation with a function evaluated on two parameters, i.e. f(x,y) ?
 
2:22 PM
I think you're looking for a more mathematics themed chatroom :D
 
you are right, i have chosen the wrong one
sorry!
 
heaps everlasting shame
 
@John_maddon No worries! You're always welcome here, but don't scare us with functions again :P
Interpersonal Skills people are... usually a bit more social studies minded than STEM :P
 
Usually.
This being what it is, disproportionately large population is software developers.
Though my knowledge of math stops at basic calculus.
 
I can do addition, subtraction, multiplication and division... and coordinates :P
 
2:35 PM
Weird part is, I remember I was adding/subtracting, and even multiplying fractions before I wrapped my head around division.
Not sure how I was able to comprehend 2/3 * 2/5 = 4/15 but not 6 ÷ 2 = 3.
 
2:49 PM
I always had a bit of trouble with fractions. More than with percentages.
 
Percentages are just decimals.
 

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