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OBJECTION!

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  1. They're on a road to nowhere, come on inside. Takin that ride to nowhere, they'll take that ride.

  2. Some dogs absolutely try to smile mimicking us.

  3. just wait til they learn about how domestication shaped body language

  4. No, it is very different from Java. Basically, it is a mixed paradigm functional language in .NET. It was the first functional language I had ever used, and I was quite taken by the many features it had that C# did not. Of course, over the years C# has shamelessly "stolen" a great many of those features, with more planned, so to me, there has been less and less reason to care about F#.

  5. Right on! I totally get that. I'm a C# dev in a .NET shop, I've just never bothered with it cause I've never thought to. But I love hearing why people like a language, so thank you!

  6. I have a bit more time now. F# was enjoyable because it was a completely new way to think about programming, and its many features reinforced that.

  7. Being transparent isn't soliciting feedback though. There's a difference between disregarding the email of some middle manager from another department who's busy trying to micromanage you, and disregarding the response of a feedback request.

  8. No, I'm talking about customers. Not people within the company from other departments, to whom you can explain the intricacies of why things are prioritized the way they are because they're within the company, but consumers of the product who aren't privy to things like "we were planning on doing this feature next but then our frontend developer on another team left for another job so we had to shuffle people around and after a series of reorganizations and reassessments we determined that this other invisible priority comes first because it's the infrastructure that will stand behind a more important feature".

  9. On internal facing systems those managers are the customer, but that's not really relevant since it doesn't change the premise. If you're soliciting feedback and disregarding it, then you deserve whatever condemnation others have thrown at the suggestion of ignoring it. I was giving the benefit of the doubt that you were talking about unsolicited feedback.

  10. Interesting, I appreciate the insight. However, I kind of disagree in the sense of almost any other word. Almost any adjective can be used as an insult - "Fat," "Skinny," "Depressed," etc. However, when we use most descriptive words, we dont automatically assume the person is insulting every fat, skinny or depressed person - We use context to determine what the person means.

  11. Hey dude! Major fatass here, and I'm querrer than a football bat. Some words pick up additional connotation and turn into slurs. Those are the words that make people give that face like they just smelled a fart when you say them. Those words are problematic for the way they're used, and they're not used in another context.

  12. Wait, does that make Andor or The Waste be Alabama?

  13. sounds like one of those exceptional scenarios covered by "mostly"

  14. But there well has two different meanings

  15. lmao guess I'm gonna have to watch that I was just making a pun

  16. Thank you very much! I’ll have a busy winter for sure haha

  17. If you're looking for something to do next Saturday, since you're looking generally, I thought I'd plug this to you too - there's

  18. Ha, i go to Cincy shows. it took me the better part of a year of finding obscure bands on instagram before i finally found where the venues are at.

  19. I lost weight and started getting in shape and going out to shows down in Newport and OTR at Maudi's? Maudy's? However it's spelled. Above Cincy by the Slice. I grew up playing music so I wound up making friends with some of the bands and going out regularly and just got introduced to a lot of the places by them. My PFP is me playing at Witler a few years back we might know each other lol

  20. That appears to be Doug Dimmadome, the owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome

  21. I guess that makes sense. Warning wasn't a very successful album, so they decided to reuse it somewhat for 21cbd bc they thought nobody would notice lol.

  22. well, people cry bloody fuckin murder when their sound deviates from bubblegum pop punk so they've got like 7 riffs to choose from and shuffle around

  23. So listening to them back to back and even part for part I'm not hearing it. Is it because the metering on the lyrics are relatively close? The guitar following a vaguely similar progression prior to the key shift in Static Age? Would you mind breaking this one down for me? Cause I'm not hearing it.

  24. Since he's often portrayed as a villain, I'll say Satan. I qualify that because I don't see him as a villain.

  25. So to start: keep in mind this was written several; decades ago and military safety protocol is still enough of a joke that this is feasible. It was certainly feasible at the time of the original and revamped versions.

  26. I just wanted to say this was one of the greatest write ups of The Stand/Dark Tower I’ve read in quite sometime,

  27. I make more headway with convincing red hats that unions benefit the common man than I do with pro choice folks that gaining ground is better than standing still.

  28. Water and technique and a pop filter and not smoking weed before recording vocals. Those are the main things... but say someone's sent you a recording full of mouth noises and you have to deal with it- Izotope RX9. There's a preset specifically for removing mouth noises and it's like magic. Expensive program for this one problem but it does other useful things. It's literal scifi level stuff (like removing reverb from recordings or isolating a voice recorded somewhere with lots of background noise).

  29. This is the first time in my life I looked at coneys and thought they looked unappetizing. What's wrong with them? They look so sad.

  30. Imo coneys to go always look sad and unappetizing because the cheese gets in the little coney-sauna of a box and looses something. They taste okay enough but something about the fresh unsteamed cheese makes coneys better for me

  31. I wish that dumbfuck hits a patch of black ice and wraps her car around a tree.

  32. I got a chuckle at the mental image of a suicide of cops cars all skidding into trees

  33. Is suicide what we're going with for the collective noun of cop cars?

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