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  1. ArielMT


    Got 2 1/2 hours to burn? Correlation isn't causation and all that, but this video took off the night before crypto prices dropped.
  2. Lovingly Giving Bread Together Quietly Inspires All
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    I think there was one active mod who said "THIS IS FINE" and stayed on. All the other mods who didn't quit were as inactive as the Space Jam website.
  4. Lock and home screen wallpaper sources: https://www.furaffinity.net/user/halsioneharu/ and https://dentyou.tumblr.com/ My home screen app is "Kiss" from the F-Droid repository.
  5. The same beauty products spammer as last week. I've made it harder for them to come back.
  6. Signed in triplicate, sent in, sent back, queried, lost, found, subjected to public inquiry, lost again, and finally buried in soft peat for three months and recycled as firelighters. No, seriously, just making sure he understands what it means, what I can do, and what I can't do, because if I make a mistake with this, there's no undoing it at all.
  7. That's exactly the point of my favorite bit of code. :3 PHP is one of the exceptionally few languages where a separate strict comparison operator exists, let alone is so critically necessary that success and failure return codes test equal without it. This behavior is not intuitive at all to programmers coming to PHP from other C-like languages, and it's a failure on the language designer's part, not on the programmer's part. Horrifyingly, this language design flaw also allows things like phantom hash collisions when the hashes don't actually collide. Have a look at my runner-up favorite piece of code. They test equal because PHP sees strings starting with "0e#," thinks they're numbers in scientific notation, and silently and unexpectedly casts the non-numerical strings to floating point numbers identical to 0.0 (edit: integers identical to 0) for the comparison test. (Phantom hash collisions have also been found for SHA3-256 and SHA3-512 inputs.)
  8. Sorry for the delay; I just found this thread. Please send me a message, and I'll take care of it.
  9. Ukraine's currency. Sounds like you really had fun over there. Welcome back!
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