#editorial | Logs for 2017-03-18

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[00:04:24] <paulej72> but they changed the form of the noun. it should have distributing as all of the other actions were gerunds
[00:05:39] <paulej72> plus the truckers should not have an ag exemption as they are not sesonal workers
[00:07:10] <charon_> both good points. so on the merits, who the hell knows?
[00:07:45] <charon_> it's amusing when grammar suddenly become important
[00:28:46] <cmn32480> well... I'm just a little more fluent than I was
[00:30:03] <paulej72> diarrhea huh
[00:30:23] <cmn32480> no.. that woudl be more "fluid"
[00:34:00] <charon_> moo goo gai pan
[00:36:07] * cmn32480 goes to pick up dinner
[00:40:34] * paulej72 wonders if it is Chinese
[00:42:32] <charon_> i thought it was a salad pizza with extra buttermilk ranch dressing
[01:06:02] <cmn32480> no pizza
[01:06:11] <cmn32480> the front desk said there is no good pizza here
[01:06:31] <cmn32480> did Chili's instead
[01:06:40] <cmn32480> not the greatest option... but it was across the street
[01:06:55] <Bytram> convenience++
[01:06:55] <Bender> karma - convenience: 1
[01:08:24] * cmn32480 turns on the next episode of DS9
[01:15:14] <charon_> aren't you still in texas? surely there's somwhere with good tex-mex around
[01:19:40] <cmn32480> yes
[01:19:55] <cmn32480> but too tired to give af
[01:26:04] <Bytram> Fnord666: official results are not yet in ( https://soylentnews.org ) but, it's a pretty safe bet to welcome you to the 400 stories posted club... congrats!
[01:26:07] <exec> └─ 13SoylentNews: Hall of Fame
[01:26:20] <Bytram> charon: and you are hot on the heels of reaching 500 stories...
[01:26:22] <Bytram> !woop
[01:26:22] <Bender> woop woop woop (\/) (;,,;) (\/)
[01:27:20] <Fnord666> thanks!
[01:27:41] <cmn32480> way to go Fnord666
[01:29:02] <paulej72> so cmn32480 the diarrhea will cometh
[01:29:12] <cmn32480> ;prolly
[01:30:22] <paulej72> well I actually like chili's but they changed my closest one to a Buffalo Wild Wings
[01:30:32] * cmn32480 prepares for his cleansing
[01:30:33] <charon_> fnord is trying to catch me with his 20 stories today
[01:31:03] <charon_> hiyo Bytram
[01:31:25] <Bytram> charon: how-deee!
[01:31:33] <Fnord666> welcome back Bytram
[01:31:53] <charon_> holy cow... Bytram = Minnie Pearl?
[01:32:07] <Fnord666> charon_ scorched earth.
[01:32:16] <Bytram> If it weren't for bad luck...
[01:32:18] <paulej72> left field for that one charon_
[01:32:49] <Bytram> #yt If it weren't for bad luck
[01:32:49] <MrPlow> https://www.youtube.com
[01:32:57] <Bytram> https://www.youtube.com
[01:32:59] <exec> └─ 13Gloom, Despair & Agony... - YouTube
[01:33:04] <Fnord666> squirrel!
[01:33:25] <Bytram> Fnord666: I think you've got the wrong genre there kiddo
[01:34:02] <Bytram> but keep "picking" away at it and I'm sure you'll be "grinning" in no time. =)
[01:34:34] <Fnord666> How much was that hat anyway?
[01:34:37] <charon_> https://www.youtube.com
[01:34:38] <exec> └─ 13Howdy - YouTube
[01:34:49] <cmn32480> #yt red solo cup
[01:34:50] <MrPlow> https://www.youtube.com
[01:37:22] <Bytram> TIL today: https://en.wikipedia.org
[01:37:24] <exec> └─ 13Low-background steel - Wikipedia
[01:37:50] <Bytram> seen in a comment to: https://arstechnica.com
[01:37:51] <exec> └─ 13These recently declassified nuclear test videos are utterly mesmerizing, terrifying | Ars Technica
[01:42:39] <charon_> darn nukes, ruining everything
[01:45:39] <Bytram> here's a sobering perspective: https://www.youtube.com
[01:45:41] <exec> └─ 13Animated map of nuclear explosions, 1945-1998 - YouTube
[01:47:18] <cmn32480> https://www.youtube.com
[01:47:19] <exec> └─ 13Diarrhea Chh Chh Song - YouTube
[01:47:23] <Bytram> and to think that every single blip, beep, boop, or buzz represents the explosion of a thermonuclear device equivalent to thousands or even millions of TONS of TNT
[01:47:48] <Bytram> just *one* ton of TNT can ruin your day.
[01:48:39] <Bytram> on its own, the Tsar Bomba released on the order of 50 million tons of TNT
[01:49:13] * Bytram wonders how large a cube of physical TNT it would take to actually mass that much.
[01:50:07] <Bytram> 1.65g/cm^3
[01:51:27] * Bytram assumes that are talking about a metric ton, or 2000 kg
[01:51:40] <Bytram> oh, no, wait... 1000 kg
[01:51:57] <cmn32480> ~g how many lbs in a megaton
[01:51:58] <exec> [google] www.kylesconverter.com/mass/megatonnes-to-pounds
[01:52:40] <paulej72> but a Us is almost a metric ton which is really close to a british ton
[01:52:43] <Bytram> 50 million tons would be 50 million thousand KILOgrams
[01:52:47] <Bytram> oy!
[01:53:11] <Bytram> paulej72: exactly! (kinda sorta) =)
[01:53:13] <paulej72> US ton that is
[01:53:47] <cmn32480> https://en.wikipedia.org
[01:53:49] <exec> └─ 13TNT equivalent - Wikipedia
[01:54:03] <paulej72> close enought for tidly winks and thermo-nuclear bombs
[01:54:46] <Bytram> 50 x 10^6 x 10^3 x 10^3 grams / (1.65 g/cm^3) ...
[01:55:16] <Bytram> or 30.3030 x 10^12 cm^3
[01:56:46] <Bytram> or ~30 x 10^6 m^3
[01:57:13] <cmn32480> so..... a lot
[01:57:33] <cmn32480> as we all sit here enthralled watching bytram do math!
[01:57:42] <paulej72> not even a cubic km
[01:58:08] <cmn32480> find that in the cushions of your couch...
[01:58:14] <Bytram> so, that's a cube of about 30m on each side? did I do the math right?
[01:58:29] * cmn32480 shrugs
[01:58:33] <Bytram> or, approx 100 feet on each side.
[01:59:39] <Bytram> or... a 10-foot tall pile covering 100 x 1000 square feet.
[02:00:34] <charon_> hypergolic buttsauce
[02:00:36] <paulej72> try 310 m to the side
[02:01:02] <cmn32480> ~define hypergolic buttsauce
[02:01:02] <exec> [local] hypergolic buttsauce: what anything on a menu with over three out of five peppers will become in a few hours
[02:01:15] <Bytram> hmm, American football field is 120yd x 53.3 yd == 57,600 sq ft
[02:02:01] <paulej72> cube root of 30000000 is 310.7
[02:02:52] <Bytram> paulej72: not sure where I went south but can't fault your conclusion...
[02:03:21] <Bytram> so, a cube, 310m on each side, entirely filled with TNT.
[02:03:32] * cmn32480 suggests you go North next time
[02:03:57] <charon_> i have just been informed that i may now go home. i shall be taking advantage of this opportunity
[02:04:09] <Bytram> tried that, was told to go home by a bunch of elves... geesh!
[02:04:17] * cmn32480 wishes charon_ 25 immediate customers
[02:04:29] <paulej72> charon_: permanetly or just for today?
[02:04:47] <charon_> Bytram: keebler or tolkien?
[02:04:53] <Bytram> YES!
[02:04:56] <charon_> just for today, damn it
[02:05:26] <Bytram> biab
[02:06:16] <Bytram> actually, just noticed the time... think I'm gonna call it a night and hit the hey!
[02:06:33] <cmn32480> ~gnight bytram
[02:06:35] * exec diabolically poops a poo socket of nasty, rotten burrito for bytram
[02:06:47] <Bytram> ~burrito cmn32480
[02:06:57] <Bytram> oh well
[02:07:01] <Bytram> ~gnight cmn32480
[02:07:02] * exec brazenly enriches a data stream of ciri's bothole with cmn32480
[02:07:09] * cmn32480 has that bot on ignore
[02:07:14] <charon_> ~gnight Bytram
[02:07:16] * exec ceremoniously pesters your mom's bra, full of fat chick with Bytram
[02:07:16] * Bytram does too
[02:07:17] <paulej72> cmn32480: how apropos
[02:08:19] <cmn32480> lol
[02:08:24] <cmn32480> have that bot on ignore too
[02:09:21] <Bytram> if a in a prefix means "not", as in atheist (not theism) or arrhythmia (off rhythm), then why does apropos mean fitting? Couldn't they find something more appropriate? (recursion intended)
[02:10:07] <paulej72> how about inflammable
[02:10:34] <paulej72> ~define inflammable
[02:10:35] <exec> [urbandictionary] 03inflammable: flammable
[02:10:39] <Bytram> and with that descent into non-sequitors of the English language (as somewhat employed by Americans), I will call it a night.
[02:10:44] <Bytram> ~define flammable
[02:10:45] <exec> [urbandictionary] 03flammable: Susceptible to roasts of the highest degree.
[02:11:07] <Bytram> gee, I thought that was Dean Martin or one of the other rat pack-ers
[02:11:10] <charon_> i blame the french
[02:11:21] <paulej72> I blame Bytram
[02:11:22] <Bytram> charon_: you want fries with that?
[02:11:25] <Bytram> ~blame
[02:11:26] * exec points at Bytram
[02:11:30] <cmn32480> thought you were goi ng home
[02:11:40] <Bytram> I'm home, but I'm stil on-line
[02:11:46] <Bytram> okay, this time for sure
[02:11:48] <charon_> no one ever talks when i'm at home
[02:11:58] <Bytram> Gee, Bullwinkle, that trick NEVER works!
[02:12:03] <Bytram> =)
[02:12:11] <paulej72> get out of your mom's basement charon_
[02:12:48] <charon_> moooooom, we're out of cheetos
[02:13:02] * cmn32480 exposes charon_ to sunlight to see if he melts
[02:13:43] -!- charon_ has quit [Quit: the yellow face burns]
[02:38:20] <cmn32480> everybody remember to be quiet when charon gets back
[02:38:39] <charon> oh it is too late for that
[02:44:46] <paulej72> #yt be very very quite
[02:44:46] <MrPlow> https://www.youtube.com
[02:59:07] -!- Techwolf [Techwolf!~Techwolf@2602:306:vxnh:gvvw::oo] has joined #editorial
[03:00:10] <Techwolf> The one story about the Office of Secure Transportaion...I think if I could read the aritcial I could puch so many holds in it it wwould not be funny. I drove a truck for 15+ years and is faimilar with those type of loads...
[03:17:14] <charon> Techwolf: you can't read the article?
[03:19:58] <Fnord666> he can read the article, just not the aritcial.
[03:21:46] <charon> oh, we're making fun of typos now?
[03:22:02] * charon gets his knives ready
[03:22:29] <cmn32480> making fun of typos...
[03:22:34] * cmn32480 gets his knives ready
[03:23:00] * charon imagines the video to "Beat It"
[03:23:23] * cmn32480 imagines the video to "eat It"
[03:30:05] <Fnord666> Techwolf - the article seems to say that these are not OO but employees of the Office of Secure Transportation, a govt agency.
[03:30:05] * cmn32480 sees "no mas" in his immediate future
[03:30:28] <cmn32480> ~gnight Fnord666
[03:30:30] * exec theoretically tosses a DD cup of caffeinated bacon to Fnord666
[03:30:34] <cmn32480> ~gnight charon
[03:30:35] * exec democratically flicks a bribe of doughnuts at charon
[03:30:39] <Fnord666> ~gnight cmn32480
[03:30:40] <cmn32480> ~gnight paulej72
[03:30:41] * exec transphobically piles a hooker full of contentment on cmn32480
[03:30:43] * exec single-handedly shoves a dumpster of goodly things like rainbows and unicorns and good wishes and the like in paulej72
[03:30:45] <cmn32480> ~gnight Techwolf
[03:30:47] * exec $adverb pesters a stack of Grape Nuts with Techwolf
[03:30:56] <charon> ~gnight cmn32480
[03:31:00] * exec scientifically sets a mountain of lua scripts by cmn32480
[03:31:18] <Fnord666> I think I beat you on that one charon
[03:31:47] <charon> close, but yeah, bacon prolly wins
[03:31:48] <Fnord666> caffeinated bacon? Does the world get any better than that?
[03:34:46] <charon> hmmm... so many goddamn PC components. and it's tough to evaluate quality
[03:35:56] <Techwolf> I am just a werewolf that can't spell....plus....
[03:35:57] <Techwolf> TrO{gO DsA[M,bN HyAqR4tDc TgrOo TgYPmE WeIjTyH P;AzWqS,. *
[03:36:35] <Fnord666> :)
[03:37:26] <Techwolf> Fnord666, thats why I wanted to read that. I can not belive they use gov employees for transport. That stuff is allways contracted out.
[03:37:58] <Fnord666> I looked for a print version or some other shortcut but haven't found anything yet.
[03:38:00] <Fnord666> one se
[03:38:02] <Fnord666> sec
[03:38:46] <Techwolf> I think that office just does the logisitics of it. Bascially just handle the paperwork.
[03:39:14] <Fnord666> the internet archive has a snapshot of the article
[03:39:18] <Fnord666> http://web.archive.org
[03:39:20] <exec> ├─ 13Internet Archive Wayback Machine
[03:39:21] <exec> └─ 13This troubled, covert agency is responsible for trucking nuclear bombs across America each day - LA Times
[03:39:48] <Techwolf> Arg....nasty window is back....
[03:39:53] <Fnord666> crap
[03:40:24] <Techwolf> I whitelist this site, then reload, then back, then reload...that windows never goes away.
[03:41:09] <Techwolf> I block the element and still have the grey screen and can't scroll it...nasty page.
[03:41:48] <charon> noscript?
[03:42:18] <charon> i am using noscript with nothing allowed and it shows up fine for me
[03:43:06] <Techwolf> Ha, view page source and I can read the text of it in there.
[03:43:19] <Fnord666> Techwolf - sent you a DM as well
[03:43:57] <Fnord666> I would have thought most of the info in this article would have been classified.
[03:45:17] <Fnord666> I my list of things that I would think would be "sensitive information", the routes and methods of protecting trucks transporting nuclear weapons would be near the top.
[03:45:47] <charon> you cannot hide from the press!
[03:46:38] <Techwolf> I'me going to ask a few questions...I find it hard to belive that nukes are not contrated out nor done by the Miltary.
[03:46:43] <Fnord666> I wonder if they also run decoy transports at the same time.
[03:46:49] <Techwolf> YES.
[03:47:46] <Techwolf> There are carries that spicialized in high sec gov loads. There one near me. They haul ammo all the time.
[03:47:56] <takyon> goddamn I want a pizza cmn32480
[03:48:45] <Fnord666> The run decoy transports for ammo too?
[03:49:14] <Techwolf> In fact, I came upon one wreak that a load a gernades was involved. Stright ran off road and flipped back onto road and simi truck hit it, minor damage, but load was defentelly "shaken" up. :-)
[03:49:44] <Fnord666> yikes
[03:49:52] <takyon> the whole point of interstate highways was to move nukes, right
[03:50:00] <Fnord666> yes
[03:50:13] <Techwolf> decoys are usally for rockets launcheers, full assiabled missiles, etc.
[03:50:51] <Techwolf> takyon, the whole point was to lession the time for the miltary to move across the use from 3 mounts to week.
[03:50:55] <charon> hiyo takyon
[03:50:59] <Techwolf> use=USA
[03:51:00] <takyon> hi
[03:51:47] <Techwolf> Ammo, generades, C4, other explosives don't have decoys. Just good tracking and sometimes escorts.
[03:52:34] <charon> seems like the drivers get a lot of training
[03:52:48] <Techwolf> Civialian explosives are more dangerious then generades or nukes.
[03:52:57] <Fnord666> similarly the physical characteristics of the transports dictated the various physical requirements of the highway system such as bridge clearances, lane widths, grades, etc.
[03:52:57] <takyon> probably just hazmat training
[03:53:10] <Techwolf> takyon, yes.
[03:53:42] <Techwolf> They requires experence, hazmat endorment, and secrity clearence.
[03:53:43] <Fnord666> Apparently the transport truck has a few nasty surprises of its own.
[03:54:15] <charon> Incoming agents train for 21 months at Ft. Chaffee in Arkansas, focusing on how to counter a roadside attack by terrorists set on stealing a weapon. The couriers must pass yearly psychological and medical assessments.
[03:54:45] <Fnord666> https://www.fhwa.dot.gov
[03:54:47] <exec> └─ 13History of the Interstate Highway System - 50th Anniversary - Interstate System - Highway History -
[03:55:04] <Techwolf> While it makes sence to do it in house, I am a bit surprised it not contracted out.
[03:55:23] <takyon> do you drive locally or across several states techwolf
[03:55:46] <Techwolf> I do OTR, mostly east coast, but have been to all 48 states and CA
[03:57:00] <Fnord666> at first I thought you meant CAlifornia
[03:57:20] <Fnord666> charon - I think that is for the security teams, not necessarily the drivers.
[03:57:44] <Fnord666> But it was definitely not clear.
[03:59:59] <Techwolf> Oh, I know the security teams can pull in long hours. They have to stay awake the whole time.
[04:01:18] <Techwolf> Useing the articial info. The fix is to use the existing high security carriers out there and contract it out. And for secuity escorts, use miltalry personall that can carry M15 and so on.
[04:01:49] <Techwolf> I've seen that type of escort on a couple miltary loads.
[04:02:16] <Techwolf> But I'me sure that was done through the miltary and not this agensity.
[04:02:20] <Fnord666> most regular soldiers don't hold a security clearance though last I knew.
[04:03:16] <Techwolf> True. But a lot of them do get it so they can get the cusy jobs around nucler vessiluis...gad I can not spell today...
[04:04:29] <Fnord666> I had forgotten about the marines, etc. that provide security details for the missile subs, etc.
[04:04:53] <Fnord666> They probably have more than enough clearance.
[04:05:05] <Techwolf> Holy crap. Looking at the page source, they use data:image/png;base64 for all the images.
[04:05:38] <Techwolf> Meaning if you turn off loading of images, you still download the full bandwith.
[04:05:48] <takyon> lame
[04:07:01] <Techwolf> Goodnight all. Need to get up early...wheee...
[04:07:09] <charon> gnight Techwolf
[04:07:35] <Fnord666> good night Techwolf
[04:08:25] <Techwolf> I tried to put a few comments on taht page quickly...hopefully they can add some insitefull info.
[04:17:59] <takyon> they are busy poo pooing your speellling
[04:48:18] <Fnord666> good night all.
[04:48:33] <charon> ~gnight Fnord666
[04:48:34] * exec overratedly connects an NTFS volume of No Mas! to Fnord666
[04:48:40] <Fnord666> ~gnight charon
[04:48:41] * exec crutchyly reticulates some stock footage of cromulence for charon
[04:49:02] <charon> tie
[21:07:48] <Bytram> found a couple interesting stories in the rss feed:
[21:07:49] <Bytram> http://www.sciencealert.com
[21:07:51] <exec> └─ 13Physicists find that as clocks get more precise, time gets more fuzzy - ScienceAlert
[21:07:56] <Bytram> http://www.sciencealert.com
[21:07:58] <exec> └─ 13A rare natural phenomenon has left eerie zig-zag patterns on a frozen lake in Iceland - ScienceAlert
[22:08:50] <paulej72> Eds I am purging JS from our codebase. I am truning off what seems like unneded stuff. Right now on dev, I edited the admin.js script to about 1/2 of what is was and I truned off all of the jquery helper scripts. I need you all to test on dev to see if anything you normally do admin wise is broken
[22:09:02] <paulej72> al least more broken than prod
[22:14:59] <cmn32480> so don't reprot the inherent brokenness... only the new brokenness?
[22:15:36] <paulej72> yeah
[22:16:11] * cmn32480 sharpens his poking stick
[22:16:35] <paulej72> also check out the new expand all in thread buttons
[22:18:15] <paulej72> cmn32480: were you working today or did you need to wait on the cable installers
[22:18:52] <cmn32480> i worked
[22:19:13] <cmn32480> i hung the AP's where they are supposed to be. cable installers can figure it out
[22:19:36] <paulej72> makes testing a bit hard :)
[22:19:45] <cmn32480> got about 12 installed before the lift ran out of juice
[22:20:04] <cmn32480> plugged it in and configured the other building
[22:20:24] <cmn32480> I'll hang the rest that require the lift tomorrow, and start the ladder work
[22:20:34] <cmn32480> hopefully the cable installers got those correct
[22:20:49] <paulej72> how high with the ladder?
[22:20:59] <cmn32480> 14ft drop ceilings
[22:21:08] <paulej72> only 14
[22:21:09] <cmn32480> got a 12ft A frame
[22:21:20] <cmn32480> ONLY 14ft
[22:21:31] <cmn32480> the whorehouse ceiling is 32
[22:21:45] <cmn32480> s/whoreshouse/warehouse/
[22:21:54] <cmn32480> s/whorehouse/warehouse/
[22:21:54] <sedctl> <cmn32480> the warehouse ceiling is 32
[22:21:55] <exec> <cmn32480> the warehouse ceiling is 32
[22:22:03] <paulej72> no you had it right the first time
[22:22:05] <cmn32480> lol
[22:22:07] <cmn32480> probably
[22:22:15] <paulej72> That's what I like to call them
[22:22:33] <cmn32480> it'd prolly be more fun if it was a whorehouse
[22:22:52] <cmn32480> and since I'm doing work for them... :-)
[22:23:04] <paulej72> just watch you step getting out of the top bunk
[22:23:31] <cmn32480> yeah... first stepp is a doosey
[22:26:41] <cmn32480> so far the basics of the interface still work. so you could not have broken it that bad
[22:30:40] <cmn32480> merges still work.
[22:30:44] <cmn32480> it seems ok
[22:30:59] * cmn32480 is testing between sips of beer
[22:40:48] <paulej72> sweet sweet JS
[22:41:05] <cmn32480> nuke that shit from orbit... it is the only way to be sure....\
[22:41:31] <paulej72> here is the new JS script:
[22:41:34] <paulej72> function setJSButtonsOn() {
[22:41:35] <paulej72> var titles = document.querySelectorAll('.commentTop .title h4.noJS');
[22:41:35] <paulej72> for(var i =0; i< titles.length;i++){
[22:41:35] <paulej72> var title = titles[i];
[22:41:35] <paulej72> title.classList.remove("noJS");
[22:41:35] <paulej72> }
[22:41:39] <paulej72> var buttons = document.querySelectorAll('.expandAll');
[22:41:41] <paulej72> for(var i =0; i< buttons.length;i++){
[22:41:43] <paulej72> var button = buttons[i];
[22:41:45] <paulej72> button.classList.remove("noJS");
[22:41:47] <paulej72> button.addEventListener("click", function(event){
[22:41:49] <paulej72> var cid = event.target.getAttribute("cid");
[22:41:51] <paulej72> var checks = document.querySelectorAll('#tree_' + cid + ' input[type="checkbox"]');
[22:41:53] <paulej72> for(var i =0; i< checks.length;i++){
[22:41:55] <paulej72> var check = checks[i];
[22:41:57] <paulej72> if(!check.disabled){
[22:41:59] <paulej72> check.checked = false;
[22:42:01] <paulej72> }
[22:42:03] <paulej72> }
[22:42:05] <paulej72> }, false);
[22:42:07] <paulej72> }
[22:42:11] <paulej72> }
[22:42:13] <paulej72> window.onload = setJSButtonsOn;
[22:43:20] <paulej72> that is all that is needed to make the button for expand all and show them if JS is on
[22:44:10] <cmn32480> to do it in CSS or wherever it is 19 pages?
[22:44:58] <paulej72> there is no way to make a css version of a expand all buttton that does not also disable the contols of the children.
[22:45:29] <paulej72> that would be an unexceptable user experience in my book.
[22:45:47] <cmn32480> agreed
[22:46:01] <paulej72> But this js is jst right and if you don;t do js you still get the other css contorls
[22:46:27] <paulej72> unless you are that guy who doesn't do css
[22:46:34] <paulej72> wtf
[22:46:51] <cmn32480> gewg?
[22:46:54] <paulej72> https://dev.soylentnews.org
[22:47:00] <paulej72> no somone esle
[22:47:03] <exec> └─ 13Unconfirmed Purchase Transaction Reported - Dev.SN
[22:47:16] <paulej72> that story is the one I have been useing as my exand all test
[22:47:55] <cmn32480> ok
[22:48:33] <paulej72> lots of comment at evevy level
[22:49:01] <cmn32480> interesting.. the expand all does the comments below threshold too
[22:49:06] <cmn32480> i like that
[22:49:22] <paulej72> yeah it was much easier to code that way
[22:49:55] <cmn32480> in that case.. I hate it...and consider it a bug
[22:50:26] <paulej72> but if a full tree is below thresh you need to at least open it to thet the expand all control
[22:52:55] <cmn32480> they seem to work well. I'm currently reading at +5 just to get the top level suff to not show
[22:59:28] <cmn32480> all seems good so far paulej72. But I woudl suggest getting someone more competent than myself to poke it as well.
[22:59:47] <paulej72> Bytram :)
[23:00:02] <cmn32480> nah... he;ll just break it
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[23:12:05] <charon_> invisible checkboxes? that's how we do things?
[23:13:20] <paulej72> that is the magic behind css collapsible comments
[23:13:33] * cmn32480 checks the invisible box on the invisible paper on the invisible clipboard using invisible ink
[23:14:09] <charon_> seems like black magic
[23:14:10] <paulej72> wearing his invisble suite
[23:14:22] <charon_> a gateway to the forces of evil
[23:15:02] <charon_> soon every time you click a show/hide button it will dispatch a "onFgthan" event
[23:15:03] <paulej72> yes it is all about using css to set children based on the checked state for each checkbox
[23:15:32] <charon_> page loads will summon shoggoths
[23:16:25] <cmn32480> or Beetlejuice
[23:21:01] <charon_> button.addEventListener("fhtagn", function(event){ var Iä = event.target.getAttribute("Iä"); Iä.summon(Cthulhu) }, false)
[23:22:47] <cmn32480> lol
[23:39:54] <cmn32480> why is nearly everythgin lef tin the sub queue belonging to gewg?
[23:40:36] <charon_> we know how much you like to deface his subs
[23:41:51] <cmn32480> i do rather enjoy it....
[23:45:29] <charon_> at least he's stopped putting snotty comments about you into the subs
[23:46:15] <cmn32480> next one I do will get a "This submission vandalized by cmn32480" tagline
[23:49:01] <charon_> i want to say that you should be more mature than that... but it is kinda funny
[23:50:03] <cmn32480> best part is, I can basically leave it alone.... change a few commas or a word here and there... put that tag line on ti adn he will flip out
[23:50:37] <charon_> that was my favorite comma, you butcher
[23:54:59] <cmn32480> i am
[23:55:11] <cmn32480>  am an untrained hatchet man
[23:55:28] <cmn32480> hell... how do I turn off italics...
[23:55:44] <cmn32480> weird
[23:55:48] <cmn32480> Alt-I
[23:56:23] <charon_> are we communicating using MS Word all of a sudden?
[23:56:42] <charon_> italics?
[23:57:20] <cmn32480> I hit the wrong button
[23:58:33] <charon_> i had no idea there was a button