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1:03 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer: What is the proper word for "man boobs?" by Youssef Smaili on english.stackexchange.com
 
 
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3:08 AM
@tchrist What the hell is that :O
 
8 hours ago, by tchrist
@cornbreadninja麵包忍者 Microsoft Unicode bug.
 
ooooh
 
 
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6:38 AM
Hip hip hooray, I'm the first to register for happy hour :-)
 
6:54 AM
Two fifty for for a highball, and a buck and a half for a beer: happy hour is here...
 
7:08 AM
Omg, 24 years old :O
 
 
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8:52 AM
@Cerberus nope. I know that comedian, but not this particular series.
@Cerberus as my father would put it, "damn stupid, but funny".
 
9:20 AM
room topic changed to English Language & Usage: The prequel, and sequel, to English Language Learners [lando-kaaarlissian]
 
9:33 AM
Why does droid take the article an, shouldn't it be a?
 
Mar 10 at 12:23, by RegDwigнt
Using Android is just wrong. You should be using Adroid. We get questions about that every day. Check the "most frequently asked" tab.
Hope that helps.
 
9:48 AM
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Q: Article used with "droid"?

skill patrolWhy does "droid" take the article "an", shouldn't it be "a"?

@RegDwigнt: look what you've done!
 
No. You mean Matt.
 
No. I mean you :P
 
Oh.
No. Wait. You mean Matt!
 
Darn. Looks like it's too late to delete that.
 
skill patrol thinks that a hundred reps is too damn high, tries hard to lose them all at a whim
 
9:54 AM
Should I delete it?
 
Well, I guess Josh61 will answer any question, no matter how ridiculous:
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A: Article used with "droid"?

Josh61It is not an article, the original term is android, droid is a later variant. Android: "automaton resembling a human being," 1837, in early use often in reference to automated chess players, from Modern Latin androides (itself attested as a Latin word in English from 1727), from Greek and...

@skillpatrol If I upvote Josh's answer, you won't even have that option, right!
 
Thanks pal.
 
@skillpatrol Huh? I never actually upvoted... but it looks like someone else did...
 
I'll put you out of your misery, for once.
Next time wait till April 1st.
 
You guys!
 
10:10 AM
Of mice and guys.
 
Ang Lees.
 
Aka cheap entertainment
:-)
 
Confusing title is confusing.
Just like that Australia video yesterday.
No way you will not make Australia home. Even if you want to stay in Yorkshire, fuck you.
 
10:14 AM
:O
 
Look at that stern man. If you're from Swaziland, hide your family, for he will ship them all to Australia without even asking you. What a jerk.
 
A country that forgets how it became a country.
 
I will not make Australia home English.
 
All countries became countries in the same way.
One idiot drew a line on a piece of paper, and a million idiots said nothing.
 
Some countries had to fight for their freedom.
 
10:24 AM
No, some idiots had to fight over whose line was the longest.
 
But then again "freedom" is just another word for nothing left to lose...
 
Which reminds me: where's my Mercedes Benz?
 
You drive a Benz?
 
His friends all drive Porsches
 
So they all have a lot to lose...
 
10:30 AM
He's worked hard all his lifetime
 
in The h Bar, 2 days ago, by skill patrol
"Freedom" is just another word for nothing left to lose...
 
Oh I see we now randomly mark words in sentences.
 
Or even letters
 
10:53 AM
some of those letters aren't the even ones
 
Odd.
 
can I embolden a ** ** space?
no
 
I don't even know what that would mean.
 
Duh. It would mean to boldly go where no man has boldly gone before.
 
it would make the space more difficult to read
 
10:55 AM
Yes, the final frontier would become illegible.
 
I don't think I ever had a front ear
 
If a space bolds in your text, do anybody’s ears cry out in shock?
 
What if a pope shits in a forest and no one is around to hear it?
 
Does it still smell?
 
The pope that dealt it, smelt it.
 
11:19 AM
Newly discovered religious tract by Dr. Seuss: Hope on Pope.
Damn, I got an upvote on a question I thought was years old but seems to have been asked on May 19. Can that be right?
It seems impossible that this question is not a couple years old.