There's a joke: A woman asks her programmer husband to pick up groceries. "Get one gallon of milk. If they have eggs, get ten," she says. He comes home with ten gallons of milk. "They had eggs, honey," he says.
The first layer of humor is his control flow interpretation failure. The second layer is that he doesn't even understand operation order: Going by his own misinterpretation, he should have picked up eleven gallons.
Librem 14 Update: Shipping Starts in February with Extended Battery
"Thank you so much for your patience while we finish up the Librem 14. Hopefully the surprise upgrade to an extended battery will help take some of the sting off of the extra wait!"
While editing my profile on here, I found out that you can add a repository with the same name as your username on #github, and that allows you to add a README with more extended profile info.
Handy for that link verification.
For peoples that find themselves sad that not much people interact with them, maybe some tips (quickly typed from phone bc I feel like it, so filled with typos) :
- Filling you bio with decent number of infos (like what you do, what do you belief, how should we call you, what you like...) kinda help breaking ice. Also empty bio or borings ones with no statements at all might also raise suspicion on your objectives there.
- Dig posts on public timelines / what your follows boost (Also don't forget to check the poster's bio if they don't want certain type of interactions) and don't feel afraid to interact kindly
- Follow peoples posting stuff you're interested with ! There's no Twitter algorithms trying to fill your feeds with targeted content, so you're the only way out to have stuff to read and interact with (But again, don't forget to check if the person you're trying to follow is okay with strangers following them, some might want a few interactions before)
Obama's antitrust enforcement record is terrible - he didn't just squander the opportunity of the Great Financial Crisis; his enforcers actually made things worse, leaving midterm to work for white-shoe firms that worked to secure mergers.
These enforcers saw themselves as "dealmakers," not cops. They allowed 90,297 mergers during Obama's terms, taking action on only 313 of them, accounting for 3% of the $11.67 *trillion* in merger activity 2008-16.
Military associate professor at the Belgian Royal Military Academy. Computational fluid dynamics. Programming in C++ and Julia. Posts in my own name. Deugkneuter.
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