anyone else had this situation
you're lured to an illicit evening trying something you tend to avoid ("OpenGL"), it passes in a haze
then eight years later a grown-up repo arrives on your doorstep, calls you Daddy and asks to move back in
all advice welcome
(as @qdot said elsewhere, "It's a bit odd to be 82230 commits out of sync" is a beautiful phrase)
poem, nsfw joke
sometimes i find myself wondering
how is the love life of fish?
how does an electric eel
cook a romantic dish?
how a mimic octopus struggles
to put feelings into form
only to realize the mimic they love
is actually just a worm
a shark may go a-hunting
smelling love from miles away
but to breathe they must keep swimming
"i'm so sorry, i can't stay"
and so for every species
a love life has its flaws
but none of them has to deal with
being a lesbian with claws
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Her character is supposed to be this innocent girl who doesn't know anything about the world but instead she comes off as INCREDIBLY overpowered and feigning innocence in order to destroy everyone around her, at one point she asks her paralegal co-worker out of the blue "so what exactly... IS a paralegal" and it's so devastating a read that the poor paralegal flees the room, leaving her makeup behind, which Gyllenhaal THEN USES ON HERSELF
My god, look at this absolutely lovely* Venn diagram showing the overlap (and non-overlap) of characters supported by various popular computing systems in 1972. Notably, the ¢ symbol is supported in IBM's EBCDIC but not in anything else. (ASCII here means what we now think of as 7-bit ASCII, only the first 128 ASCII codes. 256-character ASCII wouldn't be formally standardized until 1987 in ISO 8859!)
RFC 338 (PDF): https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc338.pdf
*lovely... but maddening
I see. And what now?
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