Programming languages are just sports teams for nerds
I CAN explain this one but I think it's funnier NOT to
@witchfynder_finder I hate everything about this, but I cannot refute it.
Alternatively: Sports teams are sports teams for nerds.
@tom @witchfynder_finder Until I lived with a specific friend in college who is both a massive regular nerd and a massive sports nerd, I didn't realize how nerdy sports stuff was. He is one who definitely realizes the parallels and laughs at other sports nerds who don't understand that they're nerds.
my SO and i want to split off from our current fantasy football league and make a league next year (if football happens next year) as a legacy league with FAAB and IDP because. nerds.
@benhamill i think my old league from way back has gone online but idk if it would be weird to try to jump back in since it's really a local group
there is a huge reddit league that i keep meaning to join, i have a couple friends who do it and it sounds really fun. was worried about the time commitment but that's not really an issue any more........so......maybe i'll actually do it now
@benhamill the videogame version is very well done so most people use that for online play
highly recommend getting it if you're at all interested tbh, it often goes on sale and is a cheaper way to check out the game than actually investing in minis right away
@Tak Now I'm trying to figure out what triplesemiquarterfinals would look like on a standard bracket...
@witchfynder_finder Videogames are sports teams to nerds. Programming languages are religions for nerds.
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