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PSA There's a movie about a Bitcoin heist by StudentRadicalin just_post

[–]StudentRadical27 0 points1 point ago

Honestly investment and currency uses are mostly opposed to each other. It's still quite irrelevant outside of crime and likely will be since it has lots of problems like inherent deflation and using irl resources when real life money generally 'works' to a much higher extent.

text: justified or unjustified? by oakreefin just_post

[–]StudentRadical27 0 points1 point ago

Zerzan, is it you?

Rogue-lite idea where you're a travelling bard by hoppetin killallgames

[–]StudentRadical27 0 points1 point ago

I think abstracting out the music part would make most sense, people don't want to drill music skills for fun and rhythm games are more like a minor exception to that rule.

update on jerk goat! by trimalchioin just_eate

[–]StudentRadical27 1 point2 points ago

What kind of a sous vide set up you got?

algorithms to determine what constitutes toxic comments sure are a good idea, google you've absolutely nailed it by oakreefin technology

[–]StudentRadical27 3 points4 points ago

"The car will run over the smaller person, if given the choice."

the lavos scream (chrono trigger) is forever burned into my memory by hoppetin killallgames

[–]StudentRadical27 0 points1 point ago

I wonder if its two samples stitched together. The bass and treble seem sort of independent on close listening.

ugh is summer over yet? by hoppetin just_ask

[–]StudentRadical27 2 points3 points ago

Planet that rotates every year...

‘Ready Player One’ is a terrible book and it will be a terrible movie by devteslain vote_satan

[–]StudentRadical27 3 points4 points ago

I read lile 100 pages in a single sitting in my library and thought it was hilarious since it was super reddittey. Like watching a bad movie really. The only thing I found good was that people in the dystopic beginning were living in freight containers which actually makes a lot more sense than many scifi dystopias.

How do I get a job? by Fangrenin just_ask

[–]StudentRadical27 3 points4 points ago

W/r/t to debts, debt consolidation is like an investment that even p broke people can do. I'm not an American, but it's a topic that comes up in /r/personalfinance quite a lot. Also the exact details matter a lot, debt forgiveness etc. might not carryover.

Let's turn me_irl into a money maker with blockchains by StudentRadical27in just_post

[–]StudentRadical27[S] 0 points1 point ago

Hey, it also has use with rich people in China trying to change their yuans into dollars and euros!

sometimes i think we should be more lax towards folks who aren't aware of the full range of gender and trans terminology. (CW for some mildly-bad words regarding trans people) by 1vsin just_post

[–]StudentRadical27 4 points5 points ago

With 2) a lot of ESL students are taught the old normative grammar where 'he' is the pronoun used for people of unknown gender. Definitely being lax with them is the prudent choice. Also many languages don't have 'sex' and 'gender' with the same meanings as in English so it's not only words but a world view they've got to assimilate without having the same distinctions natively. Not all languages have gendered pronouns either.

i've become "test infected" by 1vsin yourpersonalblog

[–]StudentRadical27 1 point2 points ago

Yeah I alsl wonder what brittleness means. My attitude with testing is that I'm trying with all my might break my program.So being as brittle as possible sounds like a thing to go for.

i've become "test infected" by 1vsin yourpersonalblog

[–]StudentRadical27 2 points3 points ago

Check this out: https://hackage.haskell.org/package/QuickCheck

It generates test cases according to rules you give and and verifies, not proves, them correct. So you can test more of our specification in n easier manner, especially law like behavior such as commutativity or assosiativity of an operator or that for an arbitrary input the output should be shorter than it or whatever. Or perhaps you got a function and its reverse somewhere so it should produuce the same values as the identity function. You could think of it as an generalisation of unit testing. The one I mentioned is for Haskell but I'm sure similar things exist for other languages as well.

i would like to remind everyone about the best winrar fan fiction ever written by hoppetin just_post

[–]StudentRadical27 1 point2 points ago

This is amazing. Just mercilessly pursuing a single Idea. The world can still be a beautiful place.

my humble monthly came in who wants the stuff i dont want to play by nekuin games

[–]StudentRadical27 2 points3 points ago

I always forgot that sports games are actually really huge

Sabrina the Teenage Witch by oakreefin intros

[–]StudentRadical27 0 points1 point ago

Those damn moves at 1:20 are awful haha

Wow, you guys are paying 95 a month to keep the site running? by KarlMarxin meta

[–]StudentRadical27 4 points5 points ago

Yeah Raddit code base sure does beat reinstalling/updating Reddit software like the eventual plan was at some point.

Wow, you guys are paying 95 a month to keep the site running? by KarlMarxin meta

[–]StudentRadical27 3 points4 points ago

We'll only merge if we can rewrite it in Haskell.

Cartoon concepts by StudentRadicalin just_post

[–]StudentRadical27 0 points1 point ago

I'll imagine that at this point you literally stopped reading. But in my defense, there's 80,000 years of cultural development until Warhammer happens.