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1:01 PM
Make like a kiwi and layve
 
@Robusto That's unclear.
 
I agree^
 
Make like a lady and die.
 
As clear as a colloidal suspension of a fine silty loan suspended in water
Oh I said that
 
@RegDwigнt Is that what he meant?
 
1:03 PM
already
 
He who?
Horton?
 
Hee haw.
 
He.. erpetologist?
 
@DamkerngT. Which part of winkle don't you understand?
 
The "der von zwei in der Ebene liegenden Strahlen (Halbgeraden) mit gemeinsamem Anfangspunkt begrenzt wird" part.
 
1:05 PM
@RegDwigнt there's no place for such in civility here
 
There is no place for it now, now that I've taken up the designated place for it.
 
@Robusto For one thing, winkle has more than one meaning. Another thing is I think you're a nice person, so the not quite nice meaning shouldn't be the one that was intended. Finally, I didn't know this word and its usage.
 
The Lady Vanishes is a 1938 British comic thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas and Dame May Whitty. Written by Sidney Gilliat and Frank Launder based on the 1936 novel The Wheel Spins by Ethel Lina White, the film is about a beautiful English tourist travelling by train in Europe who discovers that her elderly travelling companion seems to have disappeared from the train. After her fellow passengers deny ever having seen the elderly lady, the young woman is helped by a young musicologist, and the two proceed to search the train...
Now we know who did it.
 
@RegDwigнt I know, it's so vague! It allows the lines to be curves
 
@DamkerngT. And therein lies the rub. Sometimes I just make shit up because I feel like it.
 
1:07 PM
I see.
 
@Robusto yes, but we still don't know who dun it.
 
It's kind of a pineapple filter, really. No offense intended.
 
Wee willie winkle
 
Can we use regardless of + wheter ?
 
No.
Wheter is not an English word.
 
1:07 PM
Yes
 
You can use it with fuck.
Fuck works in all contexts and syntactical placements.
 
Whereas weather is a poor sweater
 
Regardless of whether the weather is wheter or dhryer, we can use both brellas and umbrellas.
 
whether is not an English word
omg
 
A whoosher and a dhryer.
 
I got your Bella's right here
 
Yah @Robusto and what @DamkerngT. Said goes double for me.
 
@skillpatrol Triple it, then we're quits.
 
1:09 PM
Regardless of whether He was right or wrong everybody had to listen to him
 
Why do Hindians try to sing in English?
 
Why so nurserious?
 
@skillpatrol He has said a lotta things. So you're doubling down on all those pronouncements?
 
It always comes off as inauthentic.
 
@JustynaNogala why are you writing about god?
That's not politically correct.
 
1:10 PM
@who said that ?
 
You said that.
 
So that makes 12 things @Robusto
 
@tchrist A. "It's very difficult." B. "Difficult? I wish it were impossible!"
 
@RegDwigнt I'm writing about Hitler
 
You said that god can be wrong. There are many states where you'd get killed for that.
 
1:11 PM
@JustynaNogala you should change your name to JustyneNutella. It would make you sound tastier.
 
@JustynaNogala whoa whoa whoa, so for you Hitler is god? There are even more states where you'd get killed for that.
 
@tchrist Like their coding in English.
 
@Robusto everything should be made as impossible as possible, but not impossibler.
 
Thank you, Mr. Dodgson.
 
That's Charles Lutwidge to you.
 
1:12 PM
@RegDwigнt No Hitler is not God for me I just said everybody had to listen to him
 
@Robusto They can’t code in English.
 
Charles Lutwidge van Beethanover.
 
Either.
 
It didn't matter if he was right or wrong
 
My point exactly.
 
1:13 PM
Someone please tell Justyna that there's a difference between Justyna and justyna.
Please.
I have no patience for this.
 
@JustynaNogala I don't have to listen to him. And I don't.
 
Have you ever heard this name before?
 
I have story that I think is sad about dogs that Iogjt tell some time. If it were about cats I'd feel just as bad, but the story is about dogs.
 
Do you even know what does it mean ?
What does my name mean /?
 
Do you even know what it means.
We've heard this name before one too many times.
 
1:15 PM
Yeah
 
only in this chatroom
DO NOT compare me to this shit
please
 
No one compares you to this shit.
 
Which shit? Justin Bieber?
 
You are imagining things again.
 
1:16 PM
yes
 
This shit is incomparable.
 
Not the beeb
 
@RegDwigнt I'll take the Pepsi challenge with that Amsterdam shit any day of the week.
 
There is nothing that isn't my imagination
 
It is the infimum and supremum, local and global maximum, engelsium, and leninum of all shits.
 
1:16 PM
@Mitch Good point.
 
As soon as I fall asleep the really weird shit starts to happen
 
He's got tattoos now?
 
@DamkerngT. Spoken like a Buddhist.
 
Mmmmm major ink.
 
@Robusto Or Zen-ish.
 
1:17 PM
No more moon in the water!
 
So anyway. I am still not sure Justyna quite got the point that the difference between Hitler and god, or between this Germanic language here and a spin you put on the ball in billiards, is at least as huge as that between herself and Mr Bieber.
 
It is impossible for me to speculate what goes on there.
 
I know the difference very well
 
@Robusto no problem at all. Have some of these:
Spekulatius (in Südbayern auch Spekulatis) ist ein aus Belgien und den Niederlanden, aber auch dem Rheinland und Westfalen stammendes Gebäck aus Mürbeteig. Niederländisch wird es als Speculaas, französisch als spéculoos bezeichnet. Während der Spekulatius in Deutschland ein typisches Weihnachtsgebäck ist, wird er in den Niederlanden und in Belgien ganzjährig gegessen. Spekulatius gibt es ebenfalls ganzjährig in Indonesien, einer ehemals niederländischen Kolonie. Der häufigste Spekulatius ist der Gewürzspekulatius, der durch die Gewürze Kardamom, Gewürznelke und Zimt seinen typischen Geschmack erhält…
Better now?
 
Justyna, seriously now, are you in high school or something?
 
1:19 PM
@DamkerngT. rem acu tetigisti .. Eat that @Cerberus
 
@Mitch is that another one of JK Rowling's granaams?
 
Because we have a credibility discount for secondary school or earlier.
 
STAAAP the foreign Wikipedia links.
 
You do. Me, I have a surcharge.
 
I'm studying at uniwersytet
 
1:20 PM
Sounds painful.
 
@Mitch Thanks for the Latin phrase!
 
university
 
Especially if you consider that the stress is on the y.
 
sorry
 
Not your fault.
 
1:21 PM
The universe of things.
 
See, in universe, the stress would be on the i.
Funny language is funny.
 
The Internet of Dscourse
 
2 days ago, by M.A.Ramezani
Logical conclusion: All of the languages are weird.
 
I am drinking too much coffee.
 
I couldn't have told you that
 
1:23 PM
@RegDwigнt all your life is a fantasy
Whatever I say you must always mix it up
why do you do this?
 
Ok now who's comparing themselves to John Lennon?
 
Lol, it's your language in which the stress in Internet is on the first e.
That's not my fantasy, that's yours.
 
yesterday, by Robusto
@JustynaNogala It's what he does. You'll have to get comfortable with that if you want to hang out here.
 
@JustynaNogala I have never once mixed up anything you said.
 
We've been through this.
 
1:24 PM
I gave you tons of solid advice.
 
Also we be said that
 
And I thought you said thanks just for that earlier today. But now I'm no longer sure.
 
before
 
Literal toneladas.
 
How do you even know where is the strees in a word Internet in Polish ?
 
1:25 PM
Literally
 
@JustynaNogala no, how do you even know where the stress is in a Polish word?
 
Any word?
Or just
one word
Or two
 
Or three
 
I've been speaking Polish for 20 years
 
thats only two
 
1:26 PM
This is a language room. If you don't know things about languages, use the rest of the rooms, aka the restrooms.
2
 
That's why I do know how to stress words
 
@JustynaNogala What did you speak before that?
 
Where does the dress go with an apostrophe?
 
Whoa, it took you 20 years to figure out where the stress goes in absolutely any Polish word?
Typically it takes less than 20 milliseconds.
 
18.45
 
1:27 PM
my fault what my thumbs and autocorrect do. Just go with the flow
 
Anyway. You've just answered your own question.
 
Look man it's not
 
Do you have any more questions for me that you can answer yourself?
 
It could take a lifetime to learn how to stress any word in English.
 
1:28 PM
@RegDwigнt tell me on which syllable is the stress in a word "piknikowy"
 
Mr "I know everything"
 
What do I have in my pocket?
 
good
how can I know?
are you Mr Buggins?\
 
The stress is
on the ants who better get the hell out of the breadbasket and jam
 
1:30 PM
@JustynaNogala Look, people don't mind when non-native speakers come in and ask a few questions. The first few are free. After that, the folks here get tired of answering rudimentary questions, and they really get tired of it when the ones who ask won't believe the answers they're given. So the natural tendency is to poke a little gentle fun at the asker. After that, it tends to escalate. This is truth I am telling you. You should listen to it.
 
I wouldn't say it's escalating. It's still the same sort and level of fun we poke at each other at all times.
 
Ok, let's all calm down please :-)
Time out
 
@RegDwigнt There is a difference when we're speaking to people who don't get the jokes.
@skillpatrol You're overreacting. Maybe you need a time out.
 
@Robusto yeah, I'm just saying that calling it "escalating" is perhaps counterproductive.
 
I do not get his jokes
 
1:31 PM
Am I missing something? They keyboard feels hot but the screen is cold.
 
You can get my jokes for $3000 apiece.
 
@JustynaNogala Of course you don't. So it behooves you to take a step back and tread a little lighter in the face of the unknown.
 
I wouldn't get a joke in Polish, either. I would know where to put the stress in every word, though.
 
A joke is a joke
 
there is always a bad joke and a good joke
 
1:32 PM
Also and by the way: dictionaries are a thing. So even if someone has never heard of piknikowy, he can look it up.
 
His joke are mostly bad
 
True^
 
Most of them in here are bad. But we can handle that.
 
Both in the same joke?
 
@skillpatrol confusing order is confusing.
 
1:33 PM
Calmer than you are.
 
Jun 6 '13 at 18:32, by RegDwighт
You know I'm bad, I'm bad, come on, you know it (bad, bad, really, really bad).
What is all this calm down talk about?
 
@skillpatrol You are misreading the room. And the conversation.
 
There is nothing to calm down from.
 
Jinx, I think.
 
Calm as a two bit whore in a China shop
 
1:34 PM
@Robusto mark it zero.
 
I must be falling asleep. See what you get?
 
@RegDwigнt Calmer than you are.
 
Who's bad?
 
My buddies didn't die face down in the mud so you can equate Hitler with god.
 
Eat it
I only know Weird al titles and not the original
 
1:36 PM
Am I the only one in here who gives a shit about the rules?
 
That's all weird, Jankovic.
@Robusto we appreciate it, and shall commit your final mortal remains to the bosom of the Pacific Ocean, which you loved so well.
 
JL gave a shit. Often. We knew about each one.
 
2 hours ago, by Robusto
You feel safe from the Pacific because you're so far inland. But there will come a time, my friend. There will come a time . . .
 
Gah who let the dogs in.
 
1:37 PM
Zzzzz...
 
@skillpatrol Kinda miss him and his songs.
 
Not about 'Bad' but about my melanin level
 
Melanin C or Melanin B?
 
@DamkerngT. me too pal :-)
 
@Mitch Bene dixisti!
 
1:38 PM
The king of pop
 
The king of poop.
 
6 mins ago, by RegDwigнt
Jun 6 '13 at 18:32, by RegDwighт
You know I'm bad, I'm bad, come on, you know it (bad, bad, really, really bad).
 
@Cerberus Stop pooping on my lawn.
 
7 mins ago, by skill patrol
Who's bad?
 
1:42 PM
New sign for LA. And they had to ask a Russian design studio. #lol
The same one that made that keyboard with displays in every key.
 
Why the Cape?
 
Because there ain't no doubt I love this land, God bless the USA!
Or because the designer was Larry David.
 
They cut off his feet because he didn't pick up after his dog? That's harsh.
 
That's LA for you.
 
1:46 PM
By the way, did you know that Los Angeles was a Spanish word, just like Trinidad?
 
I've heard rumors.
 
Stay tuned for Las Vegas, Nevada, and New Jersey.
 
Oh, and FYVM, btw.
 
@Robusto I'm not a cat.
 
Nobody ever stays tuned for New Jersey!
 
1:46 PM
@Cerberus If you're not a cat, then you must be a chick.
 
@Robusto I knew you would say that. Except I knew you would say that first, not second. You disappoint!
 
I am glad to disappoint.
 
Me too
 
Yeah we'll appoint things and people all day long just to provide you with enough material.
 
We're living in a material world.
 
1:49 PM
What time are your clocks showing now?
 
The correct one.
 
The subcontinent just asked me if I locked a certain file in git. I looked at the file and it last got touched before I got here. So I said no. They were insistent. Then they asked me if I was Rob <lastNameHere> I said no. They went away and thought about it for five minutes. Then they came back and said "I think its other Rob it looks like." Seriously.
 
really?
 
Linux or Windows?
 
I'm talking about the exact time
 
1:50 PM
And I am asking which exact time you're after.
 
@tchrist: ^^^^^
 
I'm not chasing anything
 
You should. Rainbows make for a good start.
 
Looking for the pot of gold?
 
how much ?
 
1:52 PM
I'm tired of asking, so just pick whichever you need yourself.
 
@Robusto Eye? Whi?
 
How much what? @JustynaNogala
 
how much for that pot
made of gold
 
@Robusto you should start #ShitMySubcontinentSays on Twitter, then sell off the rights to Hollywood.
 
I would love to.
 
1:54 PM
It's gold, Jerry. Gold!
 
$1100/once
 
$2199/twice
 
that's insane
 
No worries, these prices won't last.
So hurry up.
 
Where did you get it/?
 
1:56 PM
@JustynaNogala Turner: The only performance that makes it, that makes it all the way, is the one that achieves madness. Am I right? Eh?
 
did you rob someone of their golden pots collection?
 
It's not a golden pot, it's a pot of gold.
 
whatever
it is
 
@Robusto but... this is Sparta. Madness is down the street, right in the middle.
 
Your translations are severely tessellated.
 
1:57 PM
it just costs to much
 
No, it doesn't. It costs too much.
 
But I swear to you, in the days still left we'll walk in pots of gold.
 
The rich get richer
 
tesselated
 
As Gold prices go higher
 
1:59 PM
Who do you think I am ? a sculptress?
 
@JustynaNogala Yes. It's another word for decapitated. From Van Tessel, Christina Ricci's decapitated family.
 
He who has the gold makes the rules.
 

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