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12:00 PM
Basically, anything I said to question his "authority" was removed.
 
Good thing it doesn't mention where the spam was blocked.
Is this ELU or what?
I'm not on top of your recycling shit.
 
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A: Anti-spam: Blocking questions whose bodies end with a raw hyperlink

Tim PostWe've experimented with this sort of thing in the past, and it hasn't been very successful for any appreciable amount of time. This is for two reasons: We have to tell users why something can't be submitted, although we can be kind of vague as to what's wrong, to avoid users 'fixing' only the s...

 
Oh. Ah. Aha. Soso.
 
I imagine it is across all SE, but I do not know.
 
12:04 PM
That's how it reads.
 
> And, whatever is doing this is freaking huge, I've been battling it for a few weeks now, and quite sick of it along with everyone else.
In Rule 34, Charlie Stross posits an AI code-named Athena whose job is vengeance: she uses lethal methods against spammers.
And there was much rejoicing.
Gaydar is become a count nount?
 
Tell me who gay is.
 
The daughter of Fritz Leiber.
And that guy in the undisclosed location.
 
Every other sentence it reads like a different dupe. But it somehow ends up being a new question.
 
I don't know, my count-noun-dar is on the fritz.
 
12:08 PM
A question for ELL nonetheless.
 
Does she live on the island of lesbian?
 
@RegDwigнt I was thinking the same
 
I have no idea what the question is asking.
 
@MattЭллен Well it's gone, too late for thinking.
@tchrist it is asking who are you.
 
I’m a saint.
 
12:09 PM
Go to ELL post that as an answer.
 
@tchrist the asker wants to know if "Who are you?" and "Who you are?" are different questions
 
Saint who?
 
Saint Thomas the Doubter
 
I announce my retirement from ELU, now I will just come to chat.
 
Saint Kilmer.
 
12:11 PM
@JasperLoy I announce that I will not retire from EL&U today
 
@MattЭллен One is a question. The other is Garblese.
 
@tchrist indeed :D
 
@tchrist why are you telling him that?
 
Simon Templer was a saint too.
 
Just because he's a Brit doesn't mean his command of the language is that nonexistent.
 
12:12 PM
thanks?
 
I am Saint Loy.
 
@MattЭллен problem no?
 
@MattЭллен Doing that illegal thing has now bothered me so much that it is officially part of my mental problems that I have to resolve.
 
@skullpatrol Templar.
 
@JasperLoy maybe become preoccupied with something relaxing. Or collecting something harmless, like Pokémon or whatnot
 
12:15 PM
@MattЭллен Eventually I will have to decide to do it and be arrested, or not do it and yet feel peace in my heart.
 
yes, but you don't have to let it run your thoughts
 
Good thinking.
 
Thanks for the correction @Andrew
 
@MattЭллен It looks like they don't understand how interrogative complement clauses are formed. "Tell me [who is gay]" has the interrogative phrase who in subject position, while "Tell me [who Gay is __]" has it fronted from complement position, leaving behind a gap. I think this sort of thing is tricky for learners.
 
@snailboat This kind of question has been asked over 9000 times on this site.
 
12:18 PM
And they're making a generalization error.
 
No. It is not about the order changing the meaning. It is all about the order reflecting the subject. In one case, who is the subject; in the other it's Gay. Hence the difference in meaning. But in your case, the subject of both questions is still you. So you end up with two questions meaning the exact same thing, but one of them being ungrammatical because of the wrong word order. — ЯegDwight 30 secs ago
 
Who is that? Tell me who that is.
 
There. Now let's move on.
 
Who are you? Tell me who you are.
 
It will tell you who you are for 3000 dollars.
 
12:19 PM
@snailboat yes. I agree.
 
3000 rupees, lol.
 
@JasperLoy it is that kind of good thinking that will ultimately cure you.
 
@skullpatrol Good thinking.
 
@RegDwigнt Nuestra Señora Dolorosa
 
Oh, it went to ELL!
 
12:20 PM
sic transit
 
De dolores son los pajaritos que vienen da afuera.
 
Eine kleine Nachtmusik.
 
Mientras los de aquí se aburren.
 
Who you call a donkey?
 
@snailboat No reason why it should not be answered there in much the same way as your comment here.
 
12:21 PM
Con queso.
 
@AndrewLeach Sure. I think it belongs on ELL.
 
Please @Jasper seriously think about what Matt said :)
 
con miel y piña
 
Although my comment alone isn't an answer--it needs some elaboration to address the generalization error
 
@skullpatrol Yes, I do. =)
 
12:22 PM
As I said, we have sorta covered this before, and Kosmo did it no less, but only sorta. It ends up being a different question so I can't just point him to Kosmo, "go read this". That won't actually help him.
 
@RegDwigнt *because the wrong order word of.
 
Tomorrow I get to learn whether I am to get a new knee, but today I must first an airplane ride. I really hate mixing bad knees and airports.
 
@tchrist Pretty much nothing goes well with airports.
 
@tchrist Good luck! I come from a family of bad knees.
 
@Robusto well crap. I can't edit on ELL forever.
 
12:23 PM
Good heart health, bad knees.
 
Miserable places.
 
Bad niece.
 
Guys, could you recommend me some rock songs / bands about devil?
 
There was an article in the paper this morning about people who "forget" they have loaded guns with them as they go into TSA screening at the airport. I mean, how could you forget something like that?
 
Actually I'm not even sure it was Kosmo. It might've been JSB.
 
12:23 PM
@JasonMarsh Devil is too evil.
 
@Robusto you can forget everything, that's what "routine" means.
You could forget you were flying a plane with 590 passengers in the back.
 
@JasonMarsh tribute, by tennacious D
 
This just goes to show how little meaning a loaded gun has to some.
I mean, people sleep with a loaded gun under their pillow.
 
Good thx, anymore?
 
From Texas
 
12:25 PM
I dunno. I would not be able to forget if I were carrying a gun. I would be conscious of it every second. Of course, I don't ever carry a gun, so maybe I can't put myself in the shoes of someone who does.
 
Yeah. That is precisely it.
I mean, are you noticing you are wearing shoes right now?
 
They carry them everywhere in Texas
 
I mean, guns are fucking dangerous. I try not to be around potentially lethal things if I can help it.
 
@RegDwigнt I was about to make a clothing analogy!
 
If you carry something 24/7, it doesn't make a difference if it's a shoe or a gun.
 
12:26 PM
@RegDwigнt My shoes are not lethal weapons.
 
@RegDwigнt I don't carry a shoe 24/7.
I am not a shoe carrier.
 
@JasonMarsh The number of the beast, Iron Maiden
 
And if I were, I would take breaks.
 
@Robusto hey shoes can be fucking dangerous, too!
 
Well, I think we should not be so callous as to not remember if we are carrying lethal weapons.
 
12:27 PM
@Robusto there's your problem right there. You should get some from Syria rather than Bangladesh.
 
@JasonMarsh Sympathy for the devil, the Rolling Stones
 
@RegDwigнt That wasn't even close.
 
that's all I can think of
but Google will think of more
 
@Robusto everyone has to start small. What, your every AK bullet was a hit?
@Robusto and that's why we are we, and that moron is not we but a moron.
 
Play stairway to heaven backwards @Jason :)
 
12:30 PM
Devil in a blue dress, Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels.
 
Helter skelter
 
amazon.com has a new look.
 
Highway to hell
 
Road to Hell
 
Road to Perdition
 
12:31 PM
Path to hell
 
Why is it that Eastern Europeans always use over-the-top offensive example sentences? What are those people reading?
 
Staircase to Heaven
 
Wtf^
 
@RegDwigнt Another italics.
 
All metal songs are ultimately about Satan.
 
12:32 PM
They never ask you about the word order in "I picked a daffodil", they always ask about "I picked your mom and fucked her real good".
 
Satan and Fanta
 
How does that sound?
 
I killed Satan long ago, but nobody knows.
 
sounds unpleasant
 
12:34 PM
Für dich immer noch Fanta Sie ist das achte reguläre Studioalbum der Fantastischen Vier. Es wurde am 14. Mai 2010 bei Four Music/Sony BMG veröffentlicht. == Geschichte == Das Album entstand wie die beiden Vorgänger per gemeinsamem Brainstorming im Bregenzerwald sowie in einer weiteren Woche auf Mallorca. Abgemischt wurde die Platte in Berlin, im Studio von Thomas Burchia (Turntablerocker), und in Kornwestheim bei Ralf C. Mayer im Tucan Studio. Als erfolgreiche, poporientierte Single wurde Gebt uns ruhig die Schuld (den Rest könnt ihr behalten) ausgekoppelt. == Rezeption == Das Album erreichte Platz…
Will fly over absolutely everyone's head except perhaps Rob's.
 
"I saw mommy kissing Satan Claus."
 
Santa Cross
 
@RegDwigнt I thought the Fantastic Four were a Marvel Comics property. Don't you have copyright laws in your country?
 
@Robusto hey them's rappers. Rappers don't care about no laws. They care about attitude.
 
The Mighty Ride of the Santa Claus.
 
12:36 PM
Black hat, black tie, black shoes with a black attitude.
 
What is deutsch for "sampling" (Plagiarismus?)
 
*altitude: how high they get
 
They will literally call themselves NWA and pretend they never heard of Northwest Airlines.
 
No Work Anymore
 
@Robusto sampling is sampling; plagiarism is plagiarism. Instructions unclear.
 
12:37 PM
Devil's Horn Implantation.
 
You can sample up to 7.5 seconds of anything. That's a sample. Called the same in German, too.
 
@RegDwigнt Klar.
 
I'm good at coming up with devil rock song names.
 
Stichprobenverfahren
 
I am going to sleep, good night @MattЭллен
 
12:38 PM
Curry and Fury of Devil.
 
night, @Jasper
 
I went to a dentist today where all their workers are hot women (definitely undergone plastic surgeries before).
 
What, no corny "see you in dreams" line. I think you may have cured him @Matt :)
 
And only men there were actual doctors.
 
In Greek mythology the Erinyes (/ɪˈrɪniˌiz/; Greek: Ἐρῑνύες [ῠ], pl. of Ἐρῑνύς [ῡ], Erinys; literally "avengers of perjury"), also known as Furies, were female chthonic deities of vengeance; they were sometimes referred to as "infernal goddesses" (χθόνιαι θεαί). A formulaic oath in the Iliad invokes them as "those who beneath the earth punish whosoever has sworn a false oath". Burkert suggests they are "an embodiment of the act of self-cursing contained in the oath". They correspond to the Dirae in Roman mythology. According to Hesiod's Theogony, when the Titan Cronus castrated his father Uranus...
 
12:41 PM
@skullpatrol ah! well, I'm not the one going to bed :D
 
@tchrist Perhaps you meant Eumenides?
Don't talk about Erinyes in chat. Bad luck, what?
 
@Robusto What are you, an answering machine?
 
I passed my Turing test, yes.
 
One for you and one for her.
 
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Q: Meaning of жить можно

CocoPopIn a video, two guys walk out of a store having bought lots of cool gadgets and one says: Жить можно! What would be the idiomatic English equivalent of this and what does it imply?

See, we're not the only ones shooting down questions in record time.
 
12:43 PM
From now on, the Turing test should require one to pee into a cup. Not for chemical analysis, but because if you can't pee into a cup you're probably a machine.
 
@RegDwigнt ¿?
 
@tchrist it's an interesting question, actually. I am failing to translate it adequately.
Literally, "one can live". Sort of "life's good".
 
@RegDwigнt Shits?
 
Zhit'.
 
Why is that off-topic?
 
12:45 PM
GR.
 
I want to know!
 
> off-topic unless prior research effort is clearly indicated; we're here to help you learn, not provide a bulk translation service
See, even their close reasons are more frank than ours.
And they're in beta, mind you.
To say, you'd think they'd rather err on the side of getting too many questions than too few.
 
Who is frank?
 
Frank Bruno
 
Are you Jerry Stiller? Welcome to ELU, sir. — RegDwigнt ♦ Dec 2 '12 at 18:31
 
12:47 PM
@skullpatrol Brother of Shirley.
 
Icic
 
So anyway. I'm still strugging to translate.
 
@RegDwigнt That's the same reason they set up on the Japanese, Chinese, German, and Spanish betas
 
It's sort of the opposite of how you'd say "life's a bitch". To dismiss something bad.
 
12:48 PM
maybe something like "Now this is living"?
@RegDwigнt are they being sarcastic?
 
Here, you're saying "life's not a bitch", but it has the same, um, dismissive? except dismissive as in positive? connotation. You recognize it's just a bunch of stuff you bought. Life's nice, but it's not gonna last forever.
 
Is anything in Russian ever not sarcastic?
 
"I can totally live like this".
 
@RegDwigнt YOLO
 
10 layers of sarcasm
 
12:49 PM
Something like that.
 
Without sarcasm the British would have nothing to say, no offense intended ;-)
 
@MattЭллен ha. Actually why not. Except nah, it's different.
 
But it's good thinking.
 
"Can't take it with you" referring to money
 
12:51 PM
Ah okay perhaps I've explained this all wrong. You seem to be aiming in a very specific direction with this.
"Now this is living" was closer.
 
so literally "Жить можно! " means "I've got indigestion!" but sarcastically means "Life will never get better than this!" then "Oh shit, this is it?"
 
But it's more like "good living is possible". Possibly with an implied ", after all", depending on the context.
 
It's the only utterance in Russian you can say without referring to alcoholic consumption or someone's mother.
 
@Mitch where the hell did you get the indigestion from. Stop using Google Trollate.
 
12:54 PM
Or "The ones who die first are the lucky ones"
@RegDwigнt Oops, I translated into Dutch first.
 
Only the good die young
 
Anyway. I think for all intents and purposes "now that's what I call a life" or "I can totally live like this" or even a simple "life's nais" will work. It's just that unlike any of them, the original is a rather ubiquitous idiom.
 
Life is life.
 
And one more thing I didn't even mention is the understatement. It is using "live" more like "I can survive", or "at last I'm not starving".
When you are quite clearly the opposite of starving. You never were on the brink to begin with, what with all the shit you can afford.
 
@RegDwigнt "at last" or "at least"?
 
12:59 PM
Think buying a third car and thinking "at last the life has become somewhat bearable".
@Robusto at last.
So there's some first-world-problem shit playing into it, too.
 
Then your other statement, "I can survive," should have some kind of temporal aspect to it, as in "Now I can survive."
 
@RegDwigнt But what about for intensive purposes?
 
"I can live with that"
 
@Robusto yeah there's an implied "now" alright. It is totally acknowledging the temporarity of it all.
 
Life is a bitch and then you marry one.
 
1:02 PM
@RegDwigнt But I mean now in the sense of having arrived at this condition, not acknowledging its ephemeral nature.
 
@MattЭллен yeah, could be a good candidate. Again, perhaps more of a "I can survive on this".
 
Life's a long stretch of booze and sleepless nights, and then you marry one.
 
@Robusto ah yeah okay. Both nows are implied.
 
@RegDwigнt I think I see what you mean, but I don't know what words to use
Life's a piece of cake, and then you marry one.
Life's a collection of unpaired socks, and then you marry one.
 
Life is like a box, and then you marry one.
Life is like Humpty-Dumpty, and then you marry one.
 
1:06 PM
Life is like a box, and then you're Cassius Clay.
 
Life is like the inverse-square law, and then you marry one.
Life is like a prime number, and then you marry 1.
 
Who you call a verse-in-law squaw?
 
Life is just a bowl of cherries and then you eat one and then you go into anaphylactic shock because oh yeah, you're allergic to cherries.
 
Hah, I'm seeing four comments have been posted. Let me quickly close the tab before I accidentally load them.
Don't want to see people going berserk over the poor fellow mod.
This is such a great and complex question! What were you thinking! Mod abuse!
 
1:09 PM
All of my questions are great and complex!
 
Which question?
 
All of them!
 
27 mins ago, by RegDwigнt
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Q: Meaning of жить можно

CocoPopIn a video, two guys walk out of a store having bought lots of cool gadgets and one says: Жить можно! What would be the idiomatic English equivalent of this and what does it imply?

 
@KitFox nice trick to try and get me to open it again.
 
1:10 PM
 
Life's a tween and then you marry one.
 
Just pack my family and go
 
you fit your family in a suitcase?
 
@JohanLarsson You get a family in that? It's a model, isn't it?!
 
So anyway. Actually now I'm thinking it should just be translated literally, "life's possible" or "survival is possible" and then even though it's not an idiom anywhere else, the meaning is quite transparent.
 
1:12 PM
Life's a model then you murder one.
 
@AndrewLeach It was a joke cos it is so small.
 
Especially if you are around to hear the intonation, too.
 
Life is life. La la la la la
 
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A: What is origin of the word 'do'?

LorenzoRead Lorenzo Dion Lee's children's book "Do I do" lorfakoriginalmusin.com. Below is a part of it. It moves this important word "do" back and forth through time as it becomes an extinction of an act. Do I Do? Bed time story (Lorfak Original Music, LLC © 2014 Lorenzo Dion Lee & Linda Fakundiny-Le...

 
Hello.
 
1:13 PM
Please sort this in for me. I'm failing.
 
@Mr.ShinyandNew安宇 It may please you to know that I have accidentally updated to Firefox 31!
 
Hi pal :)
 
It was a bit of an ordeal when I started my browser and suddenly the interface was all screwed up, some things didn't even work, some half-empty navigation bars, etc.
@skullpatrol Morning!
 
@Cerberus what curious fit of madness brought that on for you?
 
Well, I...
I suspect my date pressed the "update now" button.
Because it was suddenly checking for add-ons this morning.
 
1:16 PM
Aug 6 at 19:46, by George Pompidou
you don't say hi to people.
Aug 6 at 19:46, by George Pompidou
you just start talking
 
Hi!
 
What can I say about George...he is wrong.
 
No, I'm a Nilpferd.
 
Hi!
 
1:16 PM
No, Nilpferd.
 
You are mistaken.
 
@RegDwigнt Wait. Who doesn't?
 
You are Legonilpferd. He is Nilpferd.
 
@Cerberus I don't know your fancy nilp-related terminology.
 
Don't be so cruel. He's grokked this room before anyone else.
Aug 7 at 19:13, by George Pompidou
I'm going to try saying hi to KitFox because with so many people doing it every five minutes there must be some hidden benefit
 
1:18 PM
@snailboat Tell that to the Legonilpferd!
@RegDwigнt That is true, but...all the more reason not to be too soft on him!
 
forget "ring of the nibelung". "leg of the nilpferd" is where it's at
 
More sarcasm?
 
Hah, you didn't see what I had before I changed it according to proper spelling.
 
no, just nonsense
 
:-)
 
1:20 PM
Hi.
 
If you don't eat your meat, you can't have any pudding <== dunno why this is stuck in my head all day :(
Some form of Cambridge brain washing.
 
I am currently despising the word "purchase". I hate this word very much.
 
In all its meanings, or only one?
 
have you lost your purchase on purchase?
 
@MattЭллен I? Nonsense?
@skullpatrol What is so unusual about that?
 
1:26 PM
@Cerberus I thought skullpatrol was talking to me :D
 
I hate the way it sounds.
 
How can you have any pudding, if you don't eat your meat?
 
@MattЭллен Oh that was to him...
Very comprehensible.
 
@KitFox I sometimes feel like that about the letter f
 
@skullpatrol You cannot. Which is why it makes perfect sense.
 
1:27 PM
You, yes you behind the bedstead...stand still, willya.
 
@KitFox Just start pronouncing it per-chase, like perchance.
 
Stop purchasing moist things, for f's sake.
 
It has a sort of fawning sound to it.
 
But @Cerberus it will not fade?
 
What will not fade?
 
1:28 PM
purchase, purchase Just buy it.
 
The memory of the sentence
 
I bought my purchase
the bird saw so many branches, it was in a perch haze
 
I should block it out by trying to memorize something else @cerb
But like you said it is so logical.
 
@MattЭллен It's hard to wreck a nice beach.
 
1:33 PM
Math plays the same "poetry of logical ideas" game @Cerberus
 
Come on guys, this is self-promotion:
Notice how the author name and user name coincide.
 
@tchrist lol. I hadn't noticed!
 
@Cerberus Maybe he thought it would update the date.
 
He's already looking for a newer model!
 
@tchrist Maybe they're an expert on it?
 
1:40 PM
You don't have "a gaydar," you have "good gaydar." — CocoPop 1 hour ago
Good. I knew my comment was incomplete.
 
Just install ntpd, and all these things will happen automagically.
 
New Toronto Police Department?
 
The Network Time Protocol daemon (ntpd) is an operating system program that maintains the system time in synchronization with time servers using the Network Time Protocol (NTP). == Description == The ntpd program is an operating system daemon that sets and maintains the system time in synchronization with Internet standard time servers. It is a complete implementation of the Network Time Protocol (NTP) version 4, but retains compatibility with versions 1, 2, and 3 as defined by RFC 1059, RFC 1119, and RFC 1305, respectively. ntpd performs most computations in 64-bit floating point arithmetic and...
 
Same Toronto mayor?
 
It manages your dates for you.
When they get unruly, they get bumped.
 
1:42 PM
Actually "a gaydar" is precisely right. His first name was "Arkadi", not "Good".
 
Today's Listening | House (Mixsets day 11)
 
Thanks @GnomeSlice :-)
 
Rayagada is a municipality in Rayagada district in the Indian state of Odisha. It is the administrative headquarters of Rayagada district. == Geography == Rayagada is a district of meadows, forests, water falls and terraced valleys, peopled by many primitive tribal groups. The scenic beauty and heritage on the land is an unexplored paradise. The pattern of people living in the district show unity in diversity of races, languages, and culture. The Scheduled Tribes living in the district possess dissimilar economics ranging from food gathering to settled cultivation. Their languages/dialect...
 
@skullpatrol This one is quite long. :)
 
Maybe it'll help get that Floyd outta my head.
 
1:46 PM
Wow, some numbskull let the damned tourist board edit their own Wikipedia page.
 
Now I remember why I stopped listening to their music.
 
This is what happens when you let them move off the reservations.
Next up, a proposed two-state solution.
 
Natives?
You don't want them off the reservations.
 
> ?The pupils were explained everything by the teacher seems to fall between two stools.
Don’t forget to flush.
 
@skullpatrol lol
 
1:50 PM
> Rayagada is a municipality in Rayagada district
Yeah, and sloppy writing is a kind of writing.
 
A district can be named the same as a town with it. That used to happen all the time in England.
 
Looks like this one escaped the res:
We usually like evidence to back up claims, but if you really can split mountains purely with the power of your eyes, I say we let this one stand. Sir. — Edwin Ashworth 1 hour ago
 
@AndrewLeach depends on whether the town was named after the district, or not. The latter is the case here.
 
The town of X != X township
The language isn’t even English in that article.
 
When you ask me where Seattle is, and I tell you that Seattle is in the middle of the suburbs of Seattle, I am being an asshole at best.
That is not very useful information like at all.
 
1:53 PM
@RegDwigнt Yes. The Hailsham Rural District (which had a Rural District Council) was named after the town of Hailsham, where the council offices were located.
 
The best an asshole can be still an asshole is.
> The pattern of people living in the district show unity in diversity of races, languages, and culture.
 
Hmph. That doesn't mean anything.
 
@AndrewLeach I blame this all on you for leaving before you had taught them English.
 
Rayagada is not in Rayagada district. The Rayagada district is around Rayagada.
 
Again with the native jokes?
 
1:56 PM
London /ˈlʌndən/ is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom. It is the most populous city in the United Kingdom, with a metropolitan area of over 13 million inhabitants. Standing on the River Thames, London has been a major settlement for two millennia, its history going back to its founding by the Romans, who named it Londinium. London's ancient core, the City of London, largely retains its 1.12-square-mile (2.9 km2) mediaeval boundaries and in 2011 had a resident population of 7,375, making it the smallest city in England. Since at least the 19th century, the term London has al...
 
Their heritage is an unexplored pair of dice.
 
Like the City of London is not within the former County of London.
 
I wonder how that works.
 
Don't crap out :)
 
Look how it doesn't say "London is a city in the administrative area of Greater London in the London Region of England".
 
1:57 PM
> The scenic beauty and heritage on the land is an unexplored paradise.
 
That's because it's not called "London Region"
 
What is heritage on the land, and how can said heritage be an unexplored paradise?
 
@AndrewLeach it says "Region: London" right there in the box.
And stop splitting hairs, you know exactly what I mean.
 
London is a complex series of anomalies in governance.
 
We can take Moscow as an example, then you won't be able to say anything anymore.
 
1:58 PM
> Sindhis, Gujaratis and Marwaris who settled there a long time ago have become a distinct identity of the place.
 
Capital cities are like that.
 
> All the festivals relating to these communities are celebrated with pomp and fervour.
> Biswambar Dev was defeated and killed by Hasin Khan of Mughal Chicacole Sarkar rulers of Odisha, was perhaps the third king installed at Rayagada.
 
@skullpatrol no, the point is that all cities are like that after which their municipalities were named.
 
@RegDwigнt The "Region" there simply means that there is a Government Office for London, just as there's a Government Office for the South-East. No-one knows what these Government Offices actually do.
 
I think Rome started it.
 
1:59 PM
I am being thinking that this is being where all the call centers are coming from being.
 

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