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Friday Ephemera

Miracle breakthrough in rapid beer consumption. || Modern romance. (h/t, Holborn) || You never know. || Get woke, get robbed, repent at leisure. || It’s a bookmark, it’s a reading lamp. || A little nibble. || Heavenly beings. || Today’s word is Speibecken. || Behold, the basic social bonding unit of tomorrow. || “Can men control their balls?” || Beats walking. || A gift to remember. || Portuguese star fort. || “First and foremost.” || Faulty cat. || Acapella idents. || Treacherous human detected. || The thrill of tadpole migration. || “Essential seating only.” || Snowfall in Times Square, an ambient video. || Wall damage detected. || And finally, in D-list celebrity news, I believe this is called oversharing.

Comments

Daniel Ream

Klingon programming.

This is not terribly different from former Soviet bloc programmers. I once worked with two brothers, East German expats, who resolved differences over coding with fistfights in the corridor.

pst314

To his credit, Stoll has been good-natured about the whole thing and freely admits he got just about everything wrong.

Like a good scientist should be.

pst314

I once worked with two brothers, East German expats, who resolved differences over coding with fistfights in the corridor.

Good Lord. They sound like they might have been difficult to work with.

Which reminds me:

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