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#10561 (+5/-0)
* james1 uses scp to transfer Oracle989 to the SCP foundation

#10560 (+5/-0)
<CO2> brontophobia is the fear of thunder, astrapophobia is the fear of lightning, and keraunophobia is the fear of thunderstorms in general
<CO2> On the other hand, keraunophilia is the in #xkcd well-known love for thunder

#10558 (+10/-0)
<eezo> JoeyLemur: ironically enough, the cremation process really does require just a button press
<eezo> you wheel the casket into a furnace
<eezo> close the door
<eezo> press button
<Bucket> receive bacon.

#10557 (+2/-0)
< multiplexd> i have a scripting problem: given an IP subnet and subnet mask, i wish to generate a list of IP addresses in that subnet
< CO2> multiplexd: 0.0.0.0 till 255.255.255.255 hth
< jamesl> well 255.255.255.255 is the broadcast address
< grawity> multiplexd: what's the purpose of such a list
< grawity> multiplexd: but, python https://i.imgur.com/bUHQphU.png
< jamesl> multiplexd: your list follows:
< jamesl> 0.0.0.0
< jamesl> 0.0.0.1
< jamesl> 0.0.0.2
< grawity> jamesl: now, don't DDoS the channel

#10555 (+3/-3)
<multiplexd> Hg: UPnP is like a narcotic; it seems like it's a good idea and could maybe solve your problems, but underneath the surface it's actually terrible with bad side effects on your health

<multiplexd> aww, c'mon people, if that doesn't get me quoted by Bucket nothing will :/
<CO2> bucket: remember multiplexd nothing
<Bucket> Okay, CO2, remembering "aww, c'mon people, if that doesn't get me quoted by Bucket nothing will :/".

#10554 (+4/-0)
<taixzo> So, when I was small, we had a ginger cat named Pandora
<taixzo> She was very full of energy, and would sometimes run around and knock things over
<taixzo> and for a while, our only solution was to shut her in a room
<taixzo> until we had a cardboard box left from a pair of shoes, and she just climbed into that and would happily sit
<taixzo> so we started putting the box out every time she got riled up
<taixzo> And so, Pandora's box was the solution to all our problems.

#10552 (+1/-8)
<light> styler2go: visio with cisco stencils?
<danieli> just cisco.. jeez, did you just assume my vendor?!

#10550 (+3/-2)
<asmcint> Just popping in to ask something real quick, I tend not to use IRC usually. Anyone else getting connection refused when they click Random Comic on the site?
<@barometz> asmcint: yeah, known bug
<@barometz> consider it an avant-garde comic, free of charge :)

#10549 (+19/-2)
<@zetlen> fucking global elite giraffe fucks
<@zetlen> can't face how bad their neck idea was
<@zetlen> FIND SOME SHORTER TREES YOU BIG YELLOW PISSBUCKETS
<@zetlen> you spindly failures
<@zetlen> imagine how shitty giraffe dating apps are
<@zetlen> "All i care about is neck height", is the one checkbox, that's all you get
<@zetlen> genitals and neck length
<@zetlen> it's not even fun! it just matches you up with the longest available nearby neck
<@zetlen> "here," mumbles the app joylessly. "she's got a long neck"
<@zetlen> and then you get there and she photoshopped her fucking neck
<@zetlen> she's a fucking okapi
<@zetlen> you're like FUCK
<@zetlen> now she's gonna say i'm ANTI-OKAPI when it was HER misrepresenting her FUCKING neck length
<@zetlen> if YOU'RE so pro-okapi, WHY DID YOU HIDE YOUR STRIPEY LEGS and LENGTHEN YOUR NECK IN PHOTOSHOP and SAY YOU DON'T WANT KIDS
<@zetlen> then i realize it was the wrong app
<@zetlen> i was actually in the OK(api)Cupid app
<@zetlen> and it was just an innocent okapi with a giraffe cosplay fetish
<@zetlen> and i'm like "Oh fuck, Carol, I just found out--Don't gallop away, I didn't realize that--Sorry aaaaaa I'm open minded about okapis, for real"
<@zetlen> and i chase her through the brush as she runs away from the date, crying big okapi tears
<@zetlen> and i'm like GIVE ME A CHANCE, i'm a WOKE GIRAFFE
<@zetlen> and then my long dipshit neck hits a low-lying branch, i bend in half and uppercut myself with my own collarbone, knocked unconscious
<@zetlen> i dream
<@zetlen> "this is because my neck sucks, isn't it"
<@zetlen> yes, me. yes it is
<@zetlen> i'm sorry. i'm sorry. i just--i thought necks were the best,
<@zetlen> my head hurts and my date--did my date happen? i can't remember
<@zetlen> i look at my phone and there's an article on the Daily Wildebeest
<@zetlen> "I Went On A Date With An Asshole Giraffe. What Did I Learn?"
<@zetlen> 34K retweets
<@zetlen> so anyway i'm like, fuck, reputation ruined, did she use my name
<@zetlen> thankfully not, but there are enough identifying details--she talked about my spots, and the weird way i pronounce "ibex"
<@zetlen> and i think, fuck, i could really use some leaves
<@zetlen> and i look around and i realize like
<@zetlen> i hit this tree, and a bunch of leaves...fell off it....onto...the ground
<@zetlen> i've gotta...we don't need...we can just bump into the trees and...we don't need...the neck
<@zetlen> so i go tell my buddies, like, what if we asked some rhinos to bump trees and we shared the leaves with them
<@zetlen> this suggestion goes all the way up to The Lengthiest
<@zetlen> the council of the lengthiest convenes about this suggestion
<@zetlen> The Cloud Botherer, leader of the Council of the Lengthiest, appears before the populace, still mumbling about that viral story that was trending, about that shitty date with the okapi
<@zetlen> "We have thought upon the Rhino Symbiosis Proposal, and we have come to a decision"
<@zetlen> "We cannot enter into any arrangement with the Rhinos."
<@zetlen> "Because...we look down on their kind."
<@zetlen> "We will dispatch an envoy to the Rhino Council to inform them of our decision."
<@zetlen> it's me. it's me, i'm the envoy
<@zetlen> my neck's still sore and i'm still embarrassed and stuff, but okay, i take the dirty leaf we offer them and run a few kilonecks to the Rhino Council
<@zetlen> so they take the message, and they go around the horn about it
<@zetlen> i'm all standing there, out of breath, and they're like "Wait, so, why again?" all peering up at my little head
<@zetlen> "It's...no offense, but...they say we look down on you."
<@zetlen> and they're like "Oh, makes sense actually. I mean, look at you."
<@zetlen> and i go "So that doesn't hurt your feelings?"
<@zetlen> and The Stubbiest, the head of the Rhino Council, says to me, he says
<@zetlen> "Nah, we've got pretty thick skins."

#10548 (+4/-2)
<bassgoon> Did you ever hear the tragedy of Half-Life the Third? I thought not. It's not a story Valve would tell you. It's a PC gaming legend. Half-Life was a first person shooter, so popular and so profitable it could use the engine to influence the modders to create new games... It had such a fanbase that it could even keep other titles they cared about from dying. The profitability was a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural.
<bassgoon> It became so powerful... the only thing it was afraid of was delivering a mediocre final chapter, which eventually, of course, it didn't. Unfortunately, it taught its creator Valve everything about making money from selling hats, then its creator killed it in development. It's ironic it could save others from being vaporware, but not itself.

#10545 (+3/-1)
<multiplexd> Bucket: Spork quotes
<Bucket> <Spork> Reddit's awful if you only see the default subreddits. Personally I avoid the masses and just post in /r/memes.
<multiplexd> Bucket: first rule of reddit
<Bucket> don't go on reddit

#10544 (+4/-2)
<~CO2> anyway, someone asked the Dutch Donald Duck magazine why they dropped the Mc [from McDuck]
<~CO2> and Scrooge answered: "do you have any idea how much ink it saves if I don't have to write Mc every time I write my name?"
<~CO2> which, I suppose, is as good an answer as any
<@browncoat> I totally read that in David Tennant's voice!
<permagreen> I just read everything in David Tennant's voice. It always seems to fit

#10543 (+3/-0)
<jamesl> Russians drink tea with vodka and milk
<loudaslife> jamesl: Is there anything russians don't drink with vodka?
<jamesl> loudaslife: Vodka, to avoid a recursive loop

#10542 (+6/-2)
<rcombs> it's established that it's rude to kink-shame, but is it rude to non-kink-shame
<rcombs> like, to shame someone for not being kinky enough
<Kalium> rcombs: that's also rude
<Kalium> it's perfectly fine to be vanilla
<Hg> so long as you're not Vanilla ISIS

<Bucket> nunsex is extremely unkinky
<Kalium> and that's okay

#10541 (+4/-4)
<bassgoon> philip glass jokes always get me philip glass jokes always get me philip glass jokes always get me philip glass jokes always get me

#10540 (+8/-2)
<jamesl> oh wow, found an open VNC that seems to be a windows XP machine installed in 2008 and forgotten

<jamesl> FYI: VNCing to PCs and printing out "SECURE YOUR VNC" while also using text-to-speech is very, very effective
<jamesl> it was taken offline within minutes

#10539 (+6/-2)
<Oracle989> CO2, It'd be a pretty cool trip though, conditions allowing
<Oracle989> Check out Thebes and an eclipse
<CO2> indeed
<CO2> indeed
<Unbibium> indeed
<Lisimba> indeed
<Oracle989> indeed
<multiplexd> indeed
<tonyb486> indeed
<TonyPaws> mini-metro is half off for a day
<multi-on-ds> indeed
<TonyPaws> ah fuck
<CO2> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYnzZ2rczSo
<TonyPaws> i fucked everything up
<CO2> TonyPaws: indeed

#10538 (+10/-0)
<CO2> multiplexd: here, sort these IP packets
* CO2 throws them on your desk
* multiplexd takes out their Pentium V-encrusted Hammer of Routing, flips it to IPv6 mode and starts hammering away at the unsuspecting IP packets

<Bren64zz> multiplexd: lol, that bit with the IP-sorting hammer
<multiplexd> Bren64zz: you haven't seen the Unholy Searchlight of Network Scanning yet
<Bren64zz> The what?
<multiplexd> Bren64zz: it has +3 scanning precision against Unix boxes but -2 against Windows machines

#10537 (+6/-0)
<CO2> quantum mechanics and relativity still can't play nice
<CO2> keep causing fights on the playground

#10536 (+17/-0)
<CO2> " On Tuesday, August 8, smart locks manufacturer LockState botched an over-the-air firmware update for its WiFi enabled smart locks, causing the devices to lose connectivity to the vendor's servers and the ability to open doors for its users."
<CO2> ... vendor lock-in, amirite?

#10534 (+4/-2)
<Epi> this morning felt so sick, as if i had a hangover but it was just a fever. 37.8 now i'm shivering and cold, fever must have gotten worse?! 35.3c am I dead or something
<Velociraptors> Epi: that's what it felt like when I was bit by a redneck
<Velociraptors> hahah autofingers. redback

#10533 (+5/-0)
* multiplexd rolls their eyes at jamesl
* jamesl demultiplexes multiplexd
<jamesl> multiplexd is now d
*N* multiplexd now known as d
<d> to be fair, that nick is the result of spending too much time in front of the ffmpeg and mplayer man pages
<tonyb486> d: I always thought you were some kind of daemon for multiplexing
<tonyb486> systemctl start multiplexd
<d> tonyb486: i'm against systemd, you'll have to do better than that! ;)
<tonyb486> /etc/init.d/multiplexd start
*N* d is now known as multiplexd

#10531 (+9/-0)
< seth> wow I just heard george romero died
< seth> rip zombies
< rainy> that's not how zombies work

#10530 (+6/-2)
<jamesl> also CO2 would be produced in our mouth if it's a carbonate
--> CO2 (CO2@hide-8A9ABAB4.cm-5-1b.dynamic.ziggo.nl) has joined #xkcd
<Kalium> So you'd likely end up with a potassium salt and a /lot/ of CO2

#10529 (+6/-1)
<hppavilion1> jamesl: ISIS is *really* annoying/hilarious due to all the acronym collisions.
<jamesl> most companies have changed names now though
<hppavilion1> jamesl: Yeah, but they can't rewrite history.
<hppavilion1> They lack the privileges in the git repository for Civilization to do so.

#10528 (+4/-4)
<Telo> Goddammit.
<Bucket> </Denis Leary>
<Telo> So it turns out I can'
<Telo> ...
<Bucket> [You hear some noises in the distance.]
<Telo> Can't type
<Telo> It turns out I can't connect from the Hackspace because there are too many connections from this IP
<Telo> To which I say HELLO EVERYBODY ELSE IN LONDON HACKSPACE
<Telo> It's me with the grumpy-ass face
<Bucket> It's me with the grumpy ass-face
<Telo> ...I walked into that.

#10527 (+13/-0)
<Kalium> ugh so I needed motivation
<Kalium> so I ran a scripts I called "rainbow" which is just fortune|cowsay|lolcat
<Kalium> and as I went to push enter, the emergency door near me started SCREAMING because someone opened it
<Kalium> so I jump out of my seat and so on, very ungraceful
<Kalium> I look back at my output, and it has that dumb friggin rainbow cow saying "you will be surprised by a loud noise."

#10526 (+5/-0)
< Bucket> zigdon has one of the best names for anagrams
< taixzo> Bucket: zigdon anagrams
< Bucket> ¯\(°_o)/¯
< taixzo> aww

< taixzo> after thinking it over for a minute, zigdon has one of the worst names for anagrams

#10525 (+9/-0)
< Salamanca> we're literally arguing semantics, oh my
< tonyb486> anti-semantic bastards
<@barometz> nothing wrong with discussing semantics
<@barometz> deciding what we mean by words is sometimes useful
<@barometz> e.g. when you later wish to use those words

#10523 (+5/-0)
<hppavilion1> I just had an idea
<hppavilion1> Form a political party called "The Obstructionist Party", the only purpose of which is to stall government as much as possible; in places where the main issue with government is that one party has too much power, the Obstructionist Party aims to gain *just* enough seats so that nobody has a majority, thus forcing the major parties to cooperate to get anything done (obviously, here in 'murica, that doesn't help since Republicans can't get
<hppavilion1> anything done even when they have control of the House, Senate, and other House)
<hppavilion1> So it only works when your government is competent
<trees> you got my vote
<trees> in canada there was the rhinocerous party
<trees> the leader changed his legal name to satan

#10522 (+12/-0)
<jamesl> I could use a regex!
<GreenWolf> I could use a regex to find all the problems that I've had that started from "I could use a regex"

#10520 (+10/-0)
<Inari> I always wondered if you could get wasps to relocate (out of e.g. a roof) by placing a subwoofer on the inside facing the ceiling and having it vibrate them 24/7
<Kalium> Inari: I feel like that might work, but you run the risk of having wasps eat your subwoofer if they're particularly angry and dedicated
<Inari> Haha
* Inari sends subwoofer back to seller with warranty claim
<Kalium> 3/10 good sounds, not wasp proof

#10519 (+19/-0)
<Church> Sup folks
<BytesAndCoffee> Church: do you program?
<Church> Ja.
<BytesAndCoffee> more functional or more imperative?
<Church> Mix.
<BytesAndCoffee> Church: deplorable, church and state should never mix!
<Church> Heh
<Church> Oh god. It clicked.
<Church> Fuck you.
<Church> That joke has layers... >_>
<BytesAndCoffee> :D

#10518 (+15/-0)
<Elision> chgrp cdrom /bin/gzip
<Elision> wrong window
* barometz headtilt at that chgrp
<barometz> what on this beautiful terrible earth are you doing
<Elision> :P
<IceKarma> barometz, that is a very good question
<IceKarma> Elision, well?
<Elision> (this is my version of the "most disturbing checkout items" game)

#10517 (+7/-0)
* rabe__ files a patent on oxidation processes
* taixzo files a patent on reduction reactions and challenges rabe__ in patent court
* jamesl patents redox reactions
<rabe__> we could just split the money?
* rabe__ sues jamesl for patent infringement
* tonyb486 patents a method comprising the steps of patenting an unpatentable thing, and sues everyone in the room

#10516 (+20/-0)
<CO2> PoptartMechanic: how does one mechanic a poptart?
<PoptartMechanic> well, it depends on the make and model
<PoptartMechanic> Because what's under the hood can vary
<PoptartMechanic> I mean, the S'mores poptart is very different from the strawberry Great Value toaster pastry
<Branes> The what poptart?
<PoptartMechanic> Branes: the S'mores flavored poptart
<Branes> No idea what that might be. Poptarts were taken off the market here some years ago.
<PoptartMechanic> that's a shame
<PoptartMechanic> Poptarts are the most delicious method of land transportation
<@barometz> nine out of nine nyans recommend it
<PoptartMechanic> I'm also a licensed toast aviator
<Branes> I'm more of a crumpet kind of guy.
<Bucket> taixzosnack is lemon cookies
<PoptartMechanic> lemon cookies. also a great travel method
<PoptartMechanic> but less reliable
<CO2> PoptartMechanic: do you use top parts for your pop tarts?
<PoptartMechanic> yes, yes I do

#10515 (+8/-2)
<hppavilion1> Is it possible to be Retcondescending?
<PoptartMechanic> hppavilion1: maybe.
<hppavilion1> PoptartMechanic: Huh? What are you talking about?
<hppavilion1> PoptartMechanic: I didn't say anything
<PoptartMechanic> you most certainly did
<hppavilion1> PoptartMechanic: No, I didn't. In the old issues I said something, but they removed that from the story.
<hppavilion1> PoptartMechanic: OBVIOUSLY.
<Bucket> OBJECTION!
<PoptartMechanic> see? even Bucket agrees! This isn't canon!

#10512 (+8/-4)
<+kzkt> Tricking other users to say something that gets them muted is like a new kind of game :P
<+Agafnd> Really?
-moderator/#xkcd-signal- Agafnd, you have been muted for 4 seconds.

#10511 (+8/-1)
<FLHerne> CO2: Even has its own wiki list https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Snaefell_Mountain_Course_fatalities
<CO2> you know, I'm someone who doesn't seek dangerous stuff for fun - so I would think that the more sane motorbike racers would skip that one race. Which makes me think there's some sort of pressure from the community to take part because it's "cool" and "everyone does it" or something
<FLHerne> CO2: It's the oldest race that still exists, and almost certainly the most famous
<FLHerne> CO2: Of course, it's largely famous for killing people
<CO2> FLHerne: if I wanted to be pedantic I'd point out there's more famous races that don't involve motorbikes
<FLHerne> Older ones, too
<barometz> The oldest were the Elves.
<CO2> new D&D character class: Biker Elf

#10510 (+15/-0)
<Kalium> Building something in stock KSP for the first time in ages and it's a lot harder
<Kalium> I'm so used to having ship data on screen to help me decide if this will work
<Kalium> plus I realise now I forgot batteries on this lander stage
<Kalium> well, this is gonna be a REALLY short moon landing
<@barometz> "Ground control, please repeat last message?" "Oh nothing, nothing at all."

#10508 (+9/-0)
<Oracle989> Could we treat prion diseases by introducing another, more-stable form of the protein if we found one that still worked?
<barometz> let's not underplay the potential effects of a butterfly not flapp---*chokes*
<Oracle989> barometz, Yeah, but as things go, this is pretty much the cleanest species kill we'll get
<Oracle989> Except that time we nearly got rid of smallpox
<Oracle989> Then got all sentimental about it

#10507 (+12/-0)
<nobody> Bucket: literal[*] nobody quotes
<Bucket> nobody: Here's the full list (16): http://carabiner.peeron.com/xkcd/bucket/literal_nobody%20quotes.txt
<Kalium> nobody: why are half your posts about butthole damage
<Kalium> I have concerns
<nobody> i had butthole surgery
<nobody> its... something you don't forget about easily
<nobody> did you want to see the picture?
<Corynne> Ouch
<Corynne> What happened?
<Bucket> Twelve gazelles, nine cats, a vial of herpes simplex, and a clown car. Don't ask...

#10506 (+14/-0)
<Velociraptors> I have a Puerto sticker on my printer at work.
<Velociraptors> it's the Puerto Ricoh

#10504 (+11/-1)
< jamesl> There should be a word for when you Google an error and the only result is the program's source code on Github
< grawity> "undocumented"
< jamesl> grawity, or if it's your own code, "self-documenting"

#10503 (+24/-0)
< Bucket> relsqui sleeps with a pillow under their pillow in case of a surprise pillowfight.
< eezo> hahaha
< eezo> surprise pillowfight :D

* relsqui SUDDENLY HITS EEZO WITH A PILLOW
< eezo> eep!
* eezo falls over
<@relsqui> eezo: constant vigilance.

#10501 (+18/-0)
< arble> I have one too but I need to actually grep for it
* grep is here to serve.
* tonyb486 pipes a lot of data through grep
* grep works very, very hard.
* taixzo is now picturing a linux console where the various commands become sentient and try to convince you to use them
< arble> have you tried GREP, John Anderton?
< grep> taixzo: Pick me! Pick me! I'm a good utility!
< tonyb486> are you BSD grep or GNU grep
< arble> but I need to copy files, not filter text
< tonyb486> or busybox or whatever the hell comes with solaris
< arble> convince me
* moony is now picturing a linux console where the various commands become sentient and try to convince you to use them as well
< taixzo> grep: but awk would be so much better for this task...
< grep> tonyb486: Why are you so eager to see my innards? I like being kept in one piece!
* moony doesnt use any of them, and writes everything he needs in Rust instead
< grep> taixzo: But... but... I'm good... at... finding... *sniffle*
* tonyb486 concludes that grep is actually cygwin gnu grep
* taixzo finally relents, runs <command> | grep ".*" | awk...
< grep> Wheeee!
< Vulpes> pretty sure that this actually exists as a harem anime
-!- moony is now known as mkfs
< tonyb486> cat /dev/urandom | grep '.' > /dev/null
< mkfs> :>
< taixzo> mkfs: that looks like a very evil smile
< mkfs> it just exploded
< mkfs> taixzo, I promise i wont make you have to run fsck /dev/sda6
< grep> taixzo: If you stop using me, then... then... you'll be saying I'm not a good command... You'll be using ack or ag. :(
< taixzo> grep: it's not you, it's me! I...have carpal tunnel...and ag is a shorter name...
* grep looks around feverishly...
< grep> W-what about... alias g=grep
< dd> You could just use dd. I can do things!
* mkfs cleans up dd's mess
* dd if=/dev/urandom of=`which mkfs`
-!- mkfs is now known as fsck
* fsck throws errors
-!- bassgoon is now known as du
* du -h . --max-depth=1
< taixzo> dd: but cp is so much more...unixy!
* dd if=`which grep` of=`which taixzo`
< dd> Bwahahahahaha!
-!- taixzo is now known as _bin_grep
-!- du is now known as ls
* ls |grep fsck
* grep wonders if grep registered grep.
-!- DHeadshot is now known as ed
-!- fsck is now known as dpkg
< ed> Why use grep? I can do a lot more!
< _bin_grep> Oh no, the commands have captured me! I am no longer a user!
< ls> lol
< ls> I prefer the ll alias myself...
< grep> ed: N-no... noo.... noooo.
< dd> Why use dpkg when you can just use me to overwrite your hard disk with a prepared image containing the packages you would like installed!
< ls> ed, what about red
< grep> /nick butterfly
< dpkg> dd, because what if they want to keep something from that disk. You can make a huge mess
< dpkg> ed, have you considered emacs being better?
* ed is a harder to use variant of edlin
< dd> Make a backup with me first!
-!- _bin_grep is now known as sudo
< dd> #problemsolved
< sudo> Ok, listen up dd, dpkg, and all you lot, you report to me now!
< ed> emacs is harder to run non-interactively. I can do both!
* dpkg implodes
-!- dpkg is now known as su
< su> sudo, :)
-!- dd is now known as chmod
< sudo> ...crap
-!- SpicyLemon is now known as chown
* chmod -s `which sudo`
-!- ls is now known as runlevel
< chown> Moooooooom! Rick's trying to steal all my stuff!
< chmod> It's okay, you just need to use me to set permissions!
-!- ed is now known as man
* su -c "dpkg --remove sudo"
< runlevel> lol
-!- Vulpes is now known as kill
-!- chown is now known as less
< chmod> It's okay I already removed his setuid bit. He's useless now, su.
* man doesn't understand runlevel
< less> Let me show you something!
-!- sudo is now known as taixzo
< runlevel> man, you can't do anything without me
< kill> -9 taixzo
< kill> betrayal!
< taixzo> aha! su rescued me!
< chmod> guys I forgot who I was initially
-!- CO2 is now known as git
* man is harder to use than info
* git pull
-!- man is now known as info
-!- systemd is now known as systemctl
* git clone taixzo
< systemctl> Fear me
* Bucket cowers
* chmod -x `which systemctl`
* info systemctl
< grep> That's the right response, Bucket.
* systemctl blocks chmod
-!- info is now known as rm
< taixzo> oh no
* rm -rf *
-!- runlevel is now known as init
* chmod kfjhsdkjfhasdkfhbsadv
* systemctl implodes
< init> master and commander
-!- rm is now known as nohup
* nohup sudo rm -rf /
* Bucket dissolves.
-!- init is now known as systemd
< systemd> but now I'm better than init
-!- systemctl is now known as shutdown
-!- nohup is now known as fireaxe
* fireaxe breaks machine anyway
* shutdown -P 0
< systemd> shutdown, I already covered init and runlevel...you're hardly needed
< shutdown> orly
-!- shutdown is now known as kernel
* kernel implodes systemd
< kernel> wow, our hour is already over?
< kernel> that devolved fast
< diog> well, can't do much after kernel implodes

#10499 (+24/-0)
<@relsqui> "However, lambda serialization is supported only when all values captured by the lambda are serializable." geeze that seems fair
<@relsqui> I'm not asking for magic
<@Shrdlu> you know, I've been trying for years to get lambda serialization working
* Shrdlu gestures helplessly at an enormous pile of code
<@Shrdlu> maybe someday I'll get some closure out of all this
<@relsqui> >:|

#10498 (+5/-1)
<@ephphatha> i must admit i'm in a "delay coding till tomorrow" mood anyway, I've gotta break the permission system for the app I'm working on to rebuild the schema with proper identifiers which is gonna make it unusable for everyone until I get it finished...
<@ephphatha> not looking forward to that
<@relsqui> what's the app?
< Bucket> app is down right now

#10497 (+15/-0)
<TonyPaws> What is a netsplit?
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<pikhq> TonyPaws: That.

#10496 (+17/-0)
<@relsqui> the way I use bookmarks is pathological
<@relsqui> I hit ctrl-d when I want to save a url to make sure I can find it again later
<@relsqui> and that is the end of the process
<@relsqui> I have no other interaction with bookmarks
<@relsqui> if I want to find a site again I search for it
<@Shrdlu> you know, if that's a common behavior certain optimizations could be made

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