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12:06 AM
Dang, my cousins are so dumb...I want to flush my whole DNA. They think East Asian people are conspiring against them...instead of constantly seeking out English words so they can develop software for their dumb, no-account, can't-speak-their-own-Western-language asses. I mean private-school types...pool, warehouse, forest...all in the backyard. What's in the warehouse? They dunno; what can you stuff into 6000 sq. ft.? An RV...buried in there somehere, so they had to borrow my son's tent...
This is why people hate Americans... I get it.
 
12:25 AM
It was his Eagle scout tent, not much bigger than a pup tent... They lost it, of course.
 
 
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1:32 AM
> Okay, I'm gonna keep this short.
No you aren't. You've already wasted seven words.
 
 
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12:36 PM
@RegDwigнt Yeah, I hate that kind of praeterition.
Unless it's literature, or unless you really cannot properly understand the main text, introductions are almost never needed, ever unwanted.
 
 
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3:12 PM
> This is inspired by Ed Sheeran's "Perfect".
So... what you're saying is, it's not inspired at all.
 
@RegDwigнt I think he meant expired.
Pro tip: always check those freshness dates!
 
 
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5:07 PM
@Robusto I can spend a good amount of time on Google Street View just looking around places I've been before.
 
5:27 PM
what is funny in "the ancient grammar police said:"oh, for crying out loud, you never end a sentence with a little bird."?
 
 
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7:30 PM
@CaptainBohemian what was the sentence (or two) before it?
 
@Mitch I hear this from Youtube, in which the audience bursts into laughter when the speaker talks about this (starting around the time 3:26)
 
7:47 PM
Boy, there are some really dumb people in this world.
I rode my bike today, and at the midway point in my ride I stopped to have a snack. Half a block from me to the north was some woman walking her dog. I became aware that she was yelling at me. "Move away! Move away!" I'm like, what the actual fuck? She starts gesticulating as if she's waving off a fighter jet trying to land on an aircraft carrier.
I got tired of her yelling, so I finished my bit of biscuit and got back on my bike. You should have seen her as I rode past her—well outside the minimum corona virus social distance—and she raised her arms as if to ward off an attacker, as if she sensed palpable clouds of the virus sloughing off of me and making a beeline for her lungs.
As I went by I said, "I guess your background isn't science, lady."
 
8:04 PM
So why was she yelling?
Why did she want you to move away?
 
8:19 PM
@Cerberus His social rays would infect her
 
8:31 PM
@Cerberus Coronavirus. She thinks it's just that powerful, it can infect you while there's a stiff wind blowing and you're not even close to the other person.
It's like trying to argue with a dog.
 
An odd bit of superstition.
And why didn't she move away herself, if she was so afraid?
 
@Cerberus Not even superstition. Superstition requires some kind of rationale. I'd just call it stupidity.
@Cerberus Ask the dog.
 
Same thing.
Hello, doggy.
 
Good move.
 
9:07 PM
Hi, could you tell me whether or not the following sentence is grammatically correct?


Assume there's a bug in the method under test and the Debit method doesn't even throw an ArgumentOutOfRangeException never mind output the correct message with the exception.
I even cannot parse this sentence.
why is there "Never Mind" there?
ping me if you respond my question.
I am leaving...
 
"We are leaving ... you don't need us."
 
9:32 PM
@OnlyTheParanoidSurvive Look at the third definition here: lexico.com/definition/never_mind
 
10:08 PM
@Færd OK. Thank you very very much. Let me leave now... I don't resonance with the music in the video because of different taste. :-)
 
10:52 PM
Nobody appreciates classical music any longer.
 

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