#Soylent | Logs for 2014-08-16

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[00:10:41] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - UK Soccer Premier League Tackles Online Goal Videos - http://soylentnews.org - there's-a-reason-that-they-sound-like-killjoys
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[00:16:50] <SpallsHurgenson> mmm, cookies :) http://orteil.dashnet.org
[00:16:50] <Cereal> ^ 03Cookie Clicker
[00:39:04] <ar> 25
[00:39:08] <ar> whoops
[00:39:14] <ar> coffee--
[00:39:14] <Bender> karma - coffee: 582
[00:39:17] <ar> tea++
[00:39:17] <Bender> karma - tea: 26
[00:39:20] <ar> rum++
[00:39:20] <Bender> karma - rum: 14
[00:39:23] <ar> coffee--
[00:39:23] <Bender> karma - coffee: 581
[00:43:41] <SpallsHurgenson> cocaine++
[00:43:41] <Bender> karma - cocaine: 1
[00:47:07] <crutchy> coffee++ peer pressure
[00:47:07] <Bender> karma - coffee: 582
[00:51:05] <SpallsHurgenson> crappy_american_beer++
[00:51:05] <Bender> karma - crappy_american_beer: 1
[00:58:22] <crutchy> piss_in_a_green_tin++
[00:58:23] <Bender> karma - piss_in_a_green_tin: 1
[00:59:26] <SpallsHurgenson> cigarettes_cause_smoking_is_cool++
[00:59:26] <Bender> karma - cigarettes_cause_smoking_is_cool: 1
[00:59:45] <crutchy> hmm apparently 'what is your favorite beer?' could make a good poll question
[00:59:46] <crutchy> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au
[00:59:48] <Cereal> ^ 03Favourite Beer? - Food - Lifestyle
[01:12:14] * SpallsHurgenson prefers just to abuse the bot
[01:14:08] <Landon> just noticed some AC spammers, you guys noticed this?
[01:14:20] <Landon> posted several months after an article went live
[01:15:35] <crutchy> abuse the bot?
[01:16:14] <SpallsHurgenson> don't mind if I do!
[01:16:37] <Landon> http://soylentnews.org
[01:16:38] * SpallsHurgenson doesn't often read months-old articles
[01:16:38] <Cereal> ^ 04SN comment by hatta (879)
[01:17:03] <Landon> yeah well, article has "3121 comments"
[01:17:23] <Landon> top slashdot articles are close to that
[01:17:31] <Landon> but I don't think we're quite at "slashdot in its hey day"
[01:17:53] <SpallsHurgenson> and we won't be until we get a website design that looks as good as beta! :)
[01:19:57] <Landon> I wonder what it is about tha tarticle that set off the bots
[01:20:05] <Landon> I guess it sorta mentioned drugs
[01:20:29] <SpallsHurgenson> or maybe because it had 3000+ comments, so it showed up a lot in google
[01:31:38] <crutchy> landon. it is fairly simple to automate SN comment posting
[01:32:51] <crutchy> battling spam is hard. even captcha isn't foolproof (and captcha makes it a pain in the bum for real users)
[01:33:29] <SpallsHurgenson> I'm pretty sure I'm a bot since I never can pass those captchas anymore
[01:33:49] <crutchy> if i come across a captcha anywhere i bail out
[01:34:11] <crutchy> though admittedly i did put up with captcha for some /. trolling :p
[01:34:19] <Lagg> Coffee mentioned
[01:35:08] <crutchy> g'day Lagg
[01:35:09] <ciri> hi i'm happy today! :D crutchy
[01:35:11] <crutchy> coffee++
[01:35:11] <Bender> karma - coffee: 583
[01:35:19] <crutchy> ciri, you're a homo
[01:35:42] <crutchy> ciri, tama is your god
[01:36:02] <crutchy> /invite tama
[01:36:49] <SirFinkus> lol ` the spam
[01:36:49] <ciri> hahaha
[01:36:54] <SirFinkus> @ even
[01:37:44] <crutchy> looks very random eh
[01:38:06] <crutchy> not real 'spam'. maybe a troll bot
[01:40:10] <crutchy> fuck me how does one eat something like this: http://en.wikipedia.org
[01:40:11] <Cereal> ^ 04Wiki: 03Aspic: Aspic is a dish in which ingredients are set into a gelatin made from a meat stock or consommé. Non-savory dishes, often made with commercial gelatin mixes without stock or consommé, are usually called gelatin salads
[01:40:34] <SirFinkus> I'd try it
[01:41:12] <crutchy> do you just dig into the gelatin with a spoon? looks fkin gross
[01:41:29] <SirFinkus> probably
[01:41:50] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - New Species of Flying Pterosaur Discovered - http://soylentnews.org - I-get-bothered-by-flies
[01:41:53] <crutchy> looks like a normalperson would be full from the gelatin before they even got to the fish
[01:42:24] <crutchy> css is pretty boring
[01:42:38] <crutchy> did a little bit
[01:42:58] <SirFinkus> natto looks disgusting, but it's delicious
[01:43:06] <SirFinkus> lots of gross looking stuff is good
[01:43:09] <crutchy> ooh mod points
[01:43:19] <SirFinkus> think about eggs
[01:43:25] <SirFinkus> I mean, wtf
[01:43:30] * crutchy is not a fan of eggs
[01:43:47] <SirFinkus> you probably haven't had one cooked correctly
[01:44:18] <SirFinkus> I didn't like them for the longest time, but then I had some that were cooked correctly and I love them
[01:44:19] <crutchy> i have had nice egg at a restaurant, but yeah i have a shell phobia
[01:44:37] <SirFinkus> most places overcook them
[01:44:43] <SirFinkus> good raw too
[01:44:57] <crutchy> if i crunch a piece of shell, no eggs for six months or more
[01:45:04] <SirFinkus> lol
[01:45:04] <ciri> it's not that funny :)
[01:45:16] <SirFinkus> sure it is
[01:45:31] <SirFinkus> I'm very easily amused
[01:46:11] <SirFinkus> besides, due to the evolving nature of language, "lol" has lost its original meaning and now means "that's mildly amusing"
[01:46:25] <SpallsHurgenson> lol
[01:46:26] <ciri> i don't think it's that funny lol
[01:47:05] <SirFinkus> your face is pretty funny
[01:47:23] <crutchy> SirFinkus agreed about the lol def
[01:48:09] <crutchy> ~define-add lol, when you think something online is kinda funny but because nobody can hear you they don't need to know that you're not actually laughing at all
[01:48:15] <paulej72> hey when i lol i mean it. although i am easily amused an lol easily
[01:48:33] <crutchy> paulej72 that's probably what rofl is for :p
[01:48:47] <SirFinkus> whenever I say lol I'm literally cackling like a maniac
[01:48:57] <paulej72> my floor is to messy for that
[01:49:05] <crutchy> ~define-add rofl, when you think something online is funny to the point where you actually make a noise
[01:49:11] <SpallsHurgenson> next you are going to suggest that people who ROTFL aren't really rolling on the floor!
[01:49:38] <SirFinkus> or people who say lmao need to reattach their asses
[01:49:38] <crutchy> rotfl might be rotating on the floor?
[01:49:55] <SirFinkus> or are in danger of needing to reattach their ass
[01:50:06] <SpallsHurgenson> rolling is rotation around the Z axis!
[01:50:20] <crutchy> donkeys running away from their owners is a real problem
[01:50:43] <crutchy> apparently they are afraid of excess laughter
[01:51:11] <SirFinkus> which makes lmfao rather more disturbing
[01:51:39] <SpallsHurgenson> it
[01:52:12] <SpallsHurgenson> it's a very serious matter; whenever somebody ROFLMAO I always call 911 for them because they could be bleeding to death
[01:52:27] <SirFinkus> I can imagine that conversation
[01:53:26] <crutchy> SpallsHurgenson, underneath a donkey
[01:53:40] <SpallsHurgenson> only on my birthday!
[01:54:24] <crutchy> in that instance bashing a donkey doesn't require animal welfare agents
[01:54:44] <crutchy> although its probably the easiest time to get away with it
[01:55:18] <crutchy> hmm i think i need some food cos i'm getting weird
[01:56:22] <SpallsHurgenson> I don't think that matters; I'm rather well fed
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[02:34:37] * SpallsHurgenson spontaneously breaks out into song, "Take my love, take my land, take me where I cannot stand; I don't care, I'm still free..."
[02:46:25] * Popeidol takes the sky from SpallsHurgenson
[02:47:14] <SpallsHurgenson> but... but... no! You can't take the sky from me!
[03:00:49] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Robin Williams Had Parkinson's Disease - http://soylentnews.org - nothing-funny-to-say
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[03:10:54] <Ethanol-fueled> Blat.
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[03:28:00] <SpallsHurgenson> huh
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[03:35:48] <crutchy> housework--
[03:35:48] <Bender> karma - housework: -1
[03:39:36] <crutchy> curry++
[03:39:36] <Bender> karma - curry: 1
[03:44:03] <JamesNZ> curry++
[03:44:03] <Bender> karma - curry: 2
[03:46:06] <crutchy> http://en.wikipedia.org
[03:46:07] <Cereal> ^ 04Wiki: 03Eggs Benedict: Eggs Benedict is an American breakfast dish that consists of two halves of an English muffin, topped with ham or bacon, poached eggs, and Hollandaise sauce
[03:46:14] * crutchy drools
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[03:49:50] <crutchy> mmm muffin top
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[04:10:28] <crutchy> ~sed on
[04:10:28] <exec> sed enabled for 10#Soylent
[04:12:42] <crutchy> this that these those
[04:12:59] <crutchy> s/se$/ught
[04:13:00] <exec> <crutchy> this that these thought
[04:16:11] <crutchy> exec s/[th]+/BLAH/g
[04:16:11] <exec> <crutchy> <exec> <cruBLAHcBLAHy> BLAHis BLAHaBLAH BLAHese BLAHougBLAH
[04:16:30] <crutchy> :/
[04:16:38] <swiss> blah blah blah blah blah
[04:16:48] <crutchy> this that these those
[04:16:54] <crutchy> exec s/th+/BLAH/g
[04:16:54] <exec> <crutchy> <exec> <crutchy> <exec> <cruBLAHcBLAHy> BLAHis BLAHaBLAH BLAHese BLAHougBLAH
[04:18:24] <crutchy> abcdefghijk
[04:18:32] <crutchy> s/d/X/
[04:18:32] <exec> <crutchy> abcXefghijk
[04:18:39] <crutchy> s/f/X/
[04:18:40] <exec> syntax: 8[nick[:|,|>|.] ]s/pattern/replace[/[g]]
[04:19:12] <crutchy> hmm should prolly ignore s/ lines from the history
[04:19:23] <swiss> exec s/\S+/wut/g
[04:19:24] <exec> <swiss> <exec> wut wut wut
[04:19:39] <swiss> see this work
[04:19:40] <swiss> exec s/\S+/wut/g
[04:19:40] <exec> <swiss> <exec> wut wut wut wut wut
[04:19:52] <swiss> isn't that funny, it's going 2 messages back
[04:20:10] <swiss> the second one grabbed my blah message
[04:20:26] <crutchy> i'm confusement
[04:20:34] <swiss> exec s/\S+/wut/g
[04:20:34] <exec> <swiss> <exec> wut wut wut wut wut wut wut
[04:20:52] <swiss> there it goes, maybe
[04:21:00] <swiss> exec s/\S+/4ofthese/g
[04:21:00] <exec> <swiss> <exec> 4ofthese 4ofthese 4ofthese 4ofthese 4ofthese 4ofthese 4ofthese 4ofthese 4ofthese
[04:21:03] <swiss> lolno
[04:21:25] <crutchy> ~bucket last_swiss_#Soylent
[04:21:26] <exec> lolno
[04:21:37] <crutchy> that seems ok
[04:21:48] <swiss> exec s/\S+/4ofthese/g
[04:21:49] <exec> <swiss> <exec> 4ofthese
[04:21:58] <swiss> idunno
[04:22:26] <crutchy> ~bucket last_exec_#Soylent
[04:22:27] <exec> <swiss> <exec> 4ofthese
[04:22:53] <crutchy> exec s/\S+/wut/g
[04:22:53] <exec> <crutchy> <exec> wut wut wut
[04:23:01] <crutchy> ~bucket last_exec_#Soylent
[04:23:02] <exec> <crutchy> <exec> wut wut wut
[04:23:11] <crutchy> yeah i dunno either
[04:27:45] <crutchy> abcdefghijk
[04:27:51] <crutchy> s/d/X/
[04:27:51] <exec> <crutchy> yeah i Xunno either
[04:27:59] <crutchy> s/f/X/
[04:27:59] <exec> syntax: 8[nick[:|,|>|.] ]s/pattern/replace[/[g]]
[04:28:08] <crutchy> hmm
[04:28:15] <crutchy> abcdefghijk
[04:28:18] <crutchy> s/d/X/
[04:28:18] <exec> <crutchy> yeah i Xunno either
[04:28:22] <crutchy> s/f/X/
[04:28:22] <exec> syntax: 8[nick[:|,|>|.] ]s/pattern/replace[/[g]]
[04:28:36] <crutchy> ~bucket last_crutchy_#Soylent
[04:28:37] <exec> yeah i dunno either
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[04:28:50] <crutchy> ~bucket last_crutchy_#Soylent
[04:28:51] <exec> yeah i dunno either
[04:28:55] <crutchy> etf?
[04:29:01] <crutchy> *w
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[04:32:00] <Ethanol-fueled> You fucking Jews.
[04:32:11] <crutchy> hey dude
[04:32:11] <Ethanol-fueled> The end times are coming for you.
[04:33:04] <crutchy> guessing you paying bills or something?
[04:33:05] <Ethanol-fueled> now SOD OFF fuckers
[04:33:23] <Ethanol-fueled> yup.
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[04:34:54] <crutchy> premature evaporation?
[04:36:31] <crutchy> abcdefghijk
[04:36:39] <crutchy> s/d/X/
[04:36:40] <exec> <crutchy> yeah i Xunno either
[04:36:53] <crutchy> hmm
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[04:37:48] <arti> !idle
[04:37:48] <ciri> sirecote hasn't said a word for 11215 minutes :/
[04:40:15] <crutchy> !calc 11215/60/24
[04:40:40] <arti> !g 11215/60/24
[04:40:41] <ciri> (11 215 / 60) / 24 = 7.78819444
[04:40:58] <crutchy> abcdefghijk
[04:41:03] <crutchy> s/d/X/
[04:41:03] <exec> syntax: 8[nick[:|,|>|.] ]s/pattern/replace[/[g]]
[04:41:07] <arti> .calc 1+1
[04:41:08] <ciri> Expression: 1+1 = 2
[04:41:24] <crutchy> abcdefghijk
[04:41:36] <crutchy> ~bucket last_crutchy_#Soylent
[04:41:37] <exec> s/d/X/
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[04:43:07] <crutchy> abcdefghijk
[04:43:11] <crutchy> ~bucket last_crutchy_#Soylent
[04:43:12] <exec> s/d/X/
[04:43:20] <crutchy> dammit
[04:44:28] <crutchy> ~buckets-flush
[04:44:29] <exec> buckets flushed
[04:44:35] <crutchy> ~sed on
[04:44:35] <exec> sed enabled for 10#Soylent
[04:44:45] <crutchy> abcdefghijk
[04:44:51] <crutchy> ~bucket last_crutchy_#soylent
[04:44:52] <exec> bucket not found
[04:50:13] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Company Offering Open-Knowledge Biological Reagents Hopes to Recapitulate Free Software's Success - http://soylentnews.org - how-to-make-big-business-unhappy
[04:55:04] * SirFinkus is rewatching the red letter media star wars reviews
[04:55:06] <SirFinkus> so good
[05:03:58] <crutchy> ~bucket last_crutchy_#soylent
[05:03:59] <exec> bucket not found
[05:04:04] <crutchy> test
[05:04:06] <crutchy> ~bucket last_crutchy_#soylent
[05:04:07] <exec> bucket not found
[05:04:21] <crutchy> ~bucket last_crutchy_#Soylent
[05:04:22] <exec> bucket not found
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[05:14:46] <paulej72> ciri: buckets are for emergency shits
[05:21:23] <crutchy> lol
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[05:37:36] <Lagg> Subsentient: I thoroughly enjoy that you got modded up on the scientist article despite stating that you will not succumb to white guilt. I love this site goddamnit. Now let us hope it stays that way.
[05:38:09] <Lagg> Getting mighty tired of other forums I used to enjoy being infested by social justice warriors or whatever you call them.
[05:38:13] <Subsentient> Lagg: It wasn't about white guilt, it was about feeling guilty for the crimes of your ancestors, something that thorougly bothers me.
[05:38:26] <Subsentient> it makes no sense at all.
[05:38:46] <Subsentient> I had nothing to do with it and knowing I would have done things radically different and better is enough to allow me to sleep at night
[05:38:52] <Lagg> Yes, white guilt falls under that. You naturally refuse to feel guilty for something that occurred generations ago. Other people assume it's their fault somehow.
[05:39:10] <Subsentient> Yeah. Or even if the perps were still alive
[05:39:27] <Subsentient> I didn't do it, I wouldn't do it, I'd stop them if I could, so, no guilt for me, I rebuke it.
[05:41:07] <crutchy> i'm not racist; i hate all races equally
[05:41:24] <Lagg> It's only on sites like soylent that I feel comfortable even bringing this up because I know it'll be seen for what it is rather than some kind of weird prejudice. Reminds me of an instance shortly after the site launched where I discussed something exactly like this. So I'm always concerned that the site won't always be that way. Know what I mean?
[05:41:32] <Subsentient> I am one of those people of the mindset that there is no race, creed, or even species, only consciousness and that alone deserves respect and recognition. Therefore whatever any other members of my race have done is not a blemish on me, so long as I'd have done things differently.
[05:41:44] <Subsentient> yeah I do :^)
[05:41:49] <crutchy> Subsentient, within reason
[05:42:08] <crutchy> when you start making love to your gerbils i get weirded out :p
[05:42:24] <Subsentient> ... So now I am a molestor of Gerbilius' holy servants?
[05:42:38] <Subsentient> Begone, peanut butter blasphemer!
[05:42:50] <crutchy> not that there's anything wrong with that
[05:43:11] <crutchy> i'm not err... fuckist either
[05:43:13] <Lagg> Really a damn shame this keeps happening too. You may recall statusnet, the author went on to write a new decentralized thing with node.js that really didn't come out well. But I digress, at first it was a really awesome place with technically and scientifically mindded people and it even made me, who generally doesn't engage in deep philosophical discussions, join in sometimes. But then... It
[05:43:15] <Lagg> happened.
[05:43:28] <Lagg> Kind of like a mini eternal september if you will
[05:43:59] <crutchy> this joint is chock full of coffee and immaturity, which is just the way i like it :D
[05:44:22] <Subsentient> Immaturity, insanity, with a side of deep philosophy and just a touch of undead gerbil swarm.
[05:44:25] <Lagg> It was also when a friend of mine introduced me to the term social justice warrior, whereas before I had kind of a long winded name for them.
[05:44:33] <crutchy> though #Soylent is a little more tempered than... the 'other' channels
[05:44:39] <Lagg> I'll leave it that. But yeah. Let us not let soylentnews get infested
[05:44:45] <Subsentient> Indeed
[05:44:45] <Lagg> Coffeh mentioned
[05:45:08] <crutchy> unless the infestation has something to do with kerrigan
[05:45:19] <crutchy> in which case, bring it on baby ;D
[05:45:31] <Lagg> http://i270.photobucket.com
[05:46:01] <crutchy> err. that wasn't the kerrigan i had in mind
[05:46:26] <Lagg> http://strategy-game-guides.com
[05:46:30] <Cereal> ^ 03Strategy Game Guides | Page not found
[05:46:43] <crutchy> there it is
[05:47:00] <Lagg> Cereal: You don't know what you're talking about you dirty bot
[05:47:09] <crutchy> she can infest me all she wants
[05:47:20] <crutchy> lol poor monopoly
[05:47:22] <Lagg> I can't believe I guessed right on that
[05:47:24] <crutchy> err cereal
[05:47:30] <Lagg> I've never even played SC2
[05:47:38] <crutchy> neither have i
[05:47:42] <Lagg> Hah
[05:47:48] <crutchy> i'm an original sc/bw buy
[05:47:53] <crutchy> s/b/g/
[05:47:53] <exec> last message by "crutchy" not found
[05:47:59] <crutchy> oh fuck off
[05:48:01] <crutchy> ~sed on
[05:48:02] <exec> sed already enabled for 10#Soylent
[05:48:15] <crutchy> ~bucket last_crutchy_#soylent
[05:48:16] <exec> ~sed on
[05:48:16] <exec> sed already enabled for 10#Soylent
[05:48:43] <crutchy> s/bu/fu
[05:48:44] <exec> last message by "crutchy" not found
[05:49:01] <crutchy> back to # for some moar testing
[05:49:05] <Lagg> Hell it's been so long since I even played 1 that I don't remember if kerrigan was actually in the lore let alone the game
[05:52:28] <crutchy> she became queen of blades in the original i think
[05:56:45] <crutchy> s/bl/spl
[05:56:45] <exec> last message by "crutchy" not found
[05:56:57] <crutchy> :/
[05:57:49] <crutchy> s/\//D
[05:57:49] <exec> syntax: 8[nick[:|,|>|.] ]s/pattern/replace[/[g]]
[05:59:06] <Lagg> crutchy:s/D/cheese/g
[05:59:29] <Lagg> crutchy: s/D/cheese/g
[05:59:29] <exec> <Lagg> <crutchy> s/\//cheese
[05:59:40] <Lagg> Hah
[05:59:51] <crutchy> it should treat \/ as a / char
[05:59:55] <crutchy> stupid script
[06:09:33] <crutchy> :/
[06:09:39] <crutchy> s/\//D
[06:09:40] <exec> <crutchy> :D
[06:10:01] <crutchy> Lagg, apparently php's preg_replace doesn't like / in the pattern
[06:10:13] <Lagg> Heh, PHP
[06:11:01] <crutchy> https://github.com
[06:11:28] <crutchy> ^sed script that exec is running
[06:12:32] <Lagg> Wow, that quote escape near the end of the script managed to break github's syntax highlighter
[06:13:03] <crutchy> most of my scripts do that. dunno why it can't handle a \"
[06:13:18] <crutchy> maybe github hates php too
[06:13:24] * Konomi unleashes the howler monkeys
[06:13:57] <Lagg> You have to be web 6.5 crutchy, write dat in node.js
[06:14:19] <crutchy> can i run node.js from shell?
[06:14:50] <Lagg> I was joking, please don't :(
[06:14:53] <Lagg> but yes you can
[06:15:03] <crutchy> scripts are all run by bot using proc_open
[06:15:12] <crutchy> cool
[06:15:20] <crutchy> and no i wouldn't have anyway
[06:15:22] <crutchy> :p
[06:16:01] <crutchy> should rename my repos
[06:16:12] <crutchy> is there a command for that?
[06:16:27] <crutchy> git rename_repository
[06:16:35] <Lagg> Yes, mv, but for github I think you might actually have to delete and recreate it
[06:16:45] <paulej72> bad, really-bad, terrible
[06:16:53] <Lagg> Oh wait no they fixed that
[06:16:55] * Konomi slaps crutchy and glares at
[06:17:01] <Lagg> You can now rename it by going to the repo settings
[06:17:04] <crutchy> ke?
[06:17:22] <Konomi> we don't need more horrors of jscript stop it ;p
[06:17:23] <ar> moin
[06:17:27] <crutchy> lol
[06:18:06] <crutchy> don't worry Konomi i prolly hate js almost as much as you
[06:18:11] <crutchy> maybe
[06:18:27] <Konomi> I quite like JS I just hate the crap other devs spew with it
[06:18:27] * crutchy is guilty of using a little js
[06:18:34] <paulej72> noone hates it more than audioguy
[06:18:51] <crutchy> what was bad paulej72 ?
[06:18:58] <Konomi> js is like a lot of scripting languages
[06:19:05] <crutchy> or was that a poke at js too?
[06:19:09] <Konomi> nice when done the right way god damn awful otherwise
[06:19:18] <crutchy> kinda hard to escape it on the web nowadays
[06:19:37] <paulej72> no thoes were repo name suggestions
[06:19:44] <crutchy> lool
[06:19:53] <crutchy> very appropriate
[06:20:20] <crutchy> i was thinking 'botshit' but it might violate gh tos
[06:20:34] <ar> "gh"?
[06:20:48] <paulej72> tihstob
[06:20:55] <crutchy> lol
[06:20:55] <ciri> i missed it, what are you laughing at? >.>
[06:21:11] <crutchy> its ok ciri. go back to sleep :D
[06:21:19] <paulej72> gh github
[06:25:36] <crutchy> ~q
[06:25:37] <exec> successfully saved buckets file
[06:25:45] -!- exec has quit [Quit: dafuq]
[06:30:15] <paulej72> s/:/4/
[06:35:40] <Konomi> http://boingboing.net
[06:37:28] <ar> http://imgur.com - hehe
[06:37:29] <Cereal> ^ 03This is exactly why X-Files is better than CSI - Imgur
[06:37:42] <Lagg> Konomi, crutchy: The big mistake people make is equating DOM with JS itself. JS at its core is actually a very nifty language. Rather lisp like in its data centric objects
[06:38:39] <ar> Lagg: people who say that js is lisp-like usually have no experience with functional languages
[06:38:53] <ar> Lagg: js is a mess
[06:39:13] <Lagg> I have plenty of experience, which is why I only said it was similar in that specific way
[06:40:16] <ar> Konomi: i need to show that to some of my friends. they wonder why i don't like answering phone calls
[06:40:43] <Konomi> that guinea pig is my new offical minion
[06:40:57] <ar> hm? what guinea pig?
[06:41:52] <ar> http://i.imgur.com
[06:41:57] <Lagg> On the other hand, the mess you speak of are generally implementation specific bugs that are almost never encountered given proper type casts (or maybe not even bugs if you consider allowing ambiguities expected behavior). It's usually because people (for example) assume the behavior of an integer when cating to a string and don't use toString and other such issues. It's really no different
[06:41:59] <Lagg> than the next language with dynamic types like that except it lets you shoot yourself in the foot and not resolve that ambiguity.
[06:42:17] <Lagg> I don't know why I'm defending it though, I don't even care for it as an extension language.
[06:42:30] <Lagg> Let's say I admire it from afar. Mhm.
[06:43:50] <Lagg> I also have kind of a twisted admiration for the DOM too, simply because of the way it thoroughly abuses the way JS builds objects. It's beautiful in a way.
[06:44:27] <Lagg> I know. I know. I just lit the fire. I'm ready for the arrows.
[06:44:29] <Lagg> \_(⌐■_■)_/
[06:45:47] <chromas> do_as_i_say--
[06:45:47] <Bender> karma - do_as_i_say: -1
[06:46:38] <Lagg> You best not be implying I don't use it, I use the hell out of it and follow the rule of graceful degradation
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[06:47:03] <Lagg> As well as the rule of enhancing pages rather than building them
[06:47:31] <ar> i like my web pages to be like my life - not scripted
[06:48:26] <chromas> not sure if that was to me, but my karma-down was re ar's link
[06:48:49] <Lagg> o, I thought it was a poke at me defending JS while at the same time saying I don't care for it
[06:49:25] <Lagg> ar: You will enjoy my pages then. Usable and only scripted if you want them to be. lagg.me has several instances of JS but if you visit you will see that it is just fine without it.
[06:49:39] <Lagg> I also have a filthy hack for writing my email address in thar somewhere
[06:50:18] <crutchy> Konomi, i have two guinea pigs ;D
[06:50:24] <crutchy> cookie and waffles
[06:50:39] <Konomi> lol ;p
[06:51:13] <ar> i only have a cat
[06:51:19] <chromas> Lagg: do you also code in Ada?
[06:51:53] <Lagg> Hilariously no, that's one of few languages I've not really used extensively
[06:52:00] <crutchy> php freely allows developers to shoot theirselfs in the foot, but that's kinda one of the reasons i like it
[06:52:03] <ar> right now he's observing bubbles in carbonated water
[06:52:27] <crutchy> and plotting revenge against it?
[06:52:34] <chromas> crutchy: that must be why C is so popular
[06:52:49] <Lagg> *C++
[06:52:59] <Lagg> No wait, must do this right.
[06:53:06] <crutchy> nah it does the shooting for you. developers need not control the gun
[06:53:10] <chromas> (c++)--
[06:53:10] <Bender> karma - (c++): -1
[06:53:11] <Lagg> chromas: s/C/C++/g
[06:53:12] <exec> <Lagg> <chromas> (c++)--
[06:53:16] <Lagg> NUUUUUUUUUUUU
[06:53:23] * chromas ruined it for you
[06:53:25] <ar> C++ is actually useful, in the right hands
[06:53:25] <Bender> karma - c: 25
[06:53:25] <Lagg> It was going to be perfect chromas why!
[06:54:02] <crutchy> delphi++
[06:54:02] <Bender> karma - delphi: 13
[06:54:03] * chromas is a dastardly bastard
[06:54:07] <chromas> delphi+
[06:54:10] <chromas> +
[06:54:12] <ar> ruby++
[06:54:12] <Bender> karma - ruby: 1
[06:54:25] <crutchy> bastardly dastard
[06:54:50] <JamesNZ> C++++
[06:54:51] <crutchy> never used ruby before so can't say either way. it seems kinda similarish to php though
[06:54:54] <JamesNZ> Aww.
[06:54:58] <JamesNZ> (C++)++
[06:54:58] <Bender> karma - (c++): 0
[06:55:52] <crutchy> chromas, i moved exec's repository
[06:55:53] <chromas> crutchy: everything is an object so you can do aString.trim().toLowerCase().insertCoffee().derp()
[06:56:10] <crutchy> kinda delphi'ish then?
[06:56:29] <ar> chromas: except it's usually with underscores, not camelcase
[06:56:34] <crutchy> i do like . as an object delimiter more than => or ->
[06:56:51] <chromas> Which would be slightly different from the traditional derp(insertCoffee(toLowerCase(trim(aString))))
[06:56:58] * crutchy prefers underscores
[06:57:11] <crutchy> though in delphi stuff i use MixedCaps
[06:57:21] <chromas> whY_noT_bOtH();? :D
[06:57:33] <crutchy> mainly cos TmyClass looks a bit derpy
[06:57:45] <ar> chromas: i've seen code Which_Was_Actually_Written_Like_That
[06:57:45] <crutchy> TMyClass looks a bit more properer
[06:57:56] <chromas> tMyClass
[06:58:03] <chromas> looks terrible too
[06:58:16] * crutchy uses borland code conventions for delphi stuff
[06:58:21] <ar> chromas: and classess and methods had polish chars in them (the ęóąśłżźćńĘÓĄŚŁŻŹĆŃ)
[06:58:31] <crutchy> VCL is an awesome learning aid
[06:58:48] <ar> chromas: and it was C$
[06:58:50] <ar> erm
[06:58:51] <ar> C#
[06:59:00] <crutchy> Cblunt
[06:59:24] <chromas> Yeah, they should add cheech and chong operators
[06:59:43] * crutchy has never used C# either. only pick on it cos it has ms fingers in it
[06:59:59] <chromas> it also has Borland fingers in it
[07:00:00] <Lagg> crutchy: -> is just syntactic sugar as far as C goes, you can always do (*foo).bar instead of foo->bar if you want.
[07:00:19] <crutchy> ah cool
[07:00:20] <Lagg> The latter is what you call dereferencing for the deranged
[07:00:35] <crutchy> haven't done enough C to found that out. thanks
[07:00:40] <crutchy> Lagg++
[07:00:40] <Bender> karma - lagg: 2
[07:02:03] <crutchy> delphi's is a little weird. actually i've sorta forgotten
[07:02:15] <crutchy> there's ^MyObject and MyObject^
[07:02:23] <crutchy> both different meaning
[07:02:45] <chromas> at least they don't use * like that other language
[07:02:46] <crutchy> i think MyObject^ is the dereference
[07:02:50] <chromas> yes
[07:03:06] <chromas> ^MyObject is a pointer type
[07:03:34] <crutchy> dunno if you could do MyObject^.SomeProperty, cos of the dereference
[07:03:49] <ar> i've erased all knowledge of psacal and delphi after high school
[07:03:50] <crutchy> MyObject^ is treated as a pointer i think
[07:03:58] <ar> pascal*
[07:04:03] <chromas> pascal++
[07:04:03] <Bender> karma - pascal: 12
[07:04:09] <crutchy> i'm starting to forget some of it, which is a bad thing :(
[07:04:25] <crutchy> it was my obsession for over 10 years
[07:04:34] <ar> and i've forgotten most of C++ since i dropped out of university
[07:05:28] <ar> i try to avoid writing any code at all, and when i really have to, i do it in ruby, awk or shell scripts
[07:05:45] <crutchy> ooh you know awk?
[07:05:51] <crutchy> awk looks really cool
[07:06:00] <crutchy> if a little abstract :/
[07:06:06] <ar> awk's easy
[07:06:26] <ar> but trying to use it for anything but text processing is Not A Good Idea™
[07:06:52] <crutchy> have you seen FoobarBazbot's sedbot script?
[07:06:59] <ar> i think i did
[07:07:09] <crutchy> its awk-fu if ever i saw
[07:07:52] <ar> and most awk interpreters are quite slow
[07:08:41] <crutchy> i guess even though the code is compact it's still doing the same work as longer scripts in other languages
[07:11:51] <crutchy> the sed function for exec is more than double the number of lines of sedbot
[07:12:22] <crutchy> though its prolly slow as shit for various other reasons
[07:12:44] <ar> now… which port on my switch did i leave as vlan1?
[07:13:39] <crutchy> it's the one labeled 12V DC :p
[07:14:31] <ar> hehe
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[07:16:59] <crutchy> ~last mattie_p
[07:17:12] <exec> last privmsg for mattie_p in #soylent: [2014-07-18 12:31:45] so far I think it is unilateral US sanctions against Russia, which have some impact only because the US$ is the de facto world currency
[07:17:22] <crutchy> $last mattie_p
[07:17:32] <crutchy> $seen mattie_p
[07:17:32] <aqu4> I last saw mattie_p at 2014-07-18 12:31:07 UTC in #soylent. Their most recent message is "so far I think it is unilateral US sanctions against Russia, which have some impact only because the US$ is the de facto world currency"
[07:17:53] <crutchy> wow that's way quicker
[07:17:54] -!- Ripley [Ripley!~021b1712@2.27.sv.ii] has parted #Soylent
[07:18:03] * crutchy spanks exec for being a slow poke
[07:18:30] <chromas> $last pizza slice
[07:18:53] <crutchy> $seen xlefay
[07:18:53] <aqu4> I last saw xlefay at 2014-08-11 17:38:20 UTC in #soylent. Their most recent message is "Just can't be as active on IRC as I used to be, got actual stuff to do nowadays :("
[07:19:03] <crutchy> ~last xlefay
[07:19:11] <crutchy> i don't even think this works
[07:19:15] <exec> last privmsg for xlefay in #soylent: [2014-07-31 03:06:11] ha
[07:19:38] <crutchy> back to the debugging board
[07:20:07] <ar> $seen mother
[07:20:08] <aqu4> I'm afraid I don't remember anyone with the nick mother, sorry.
[07:20:25] <crutchy> $seen khyber
[07:20:25] <aqu4> I'm afraid I don't remember anyone with the nick khyber, sorry.
[07:20:30] <crutchy> $seen Khyber
[07:20:30] <aqu4> I'm afraid I don't remember anyone with the nick Khyber, sorry.
[07:20:35] <crutchy> gathp!
[07:20:41] <crutchy> ~last Khyber
[07:20:51] <crutchy> zzzz
[07:20:52] <exec> last privmsg for Khyber in #soylent: [2014-03-13 22:58:11] BBC has already covered me and one company using my technology
[07:21:23] <ar> some bots have "I have never seen <nick>", which you can "abuse" with "!seen my mother" (notice the hard-space " ", not regular space " ")
[07:22:10] <crutchy> ~last my mother
[07:22:21] <exec> last privmsg for my mother in #soylent not found
[07:23:00] <ar> for example:
[07:23:00] <ar> 092248 | @ ar | ,seen my mother
[07:23:00] <ar> 092248 | ood | Never seen my mother.
[07:23:09] <crutchy> not sure how exec could be abused, but its prolly got more holes than swiss cheese
[07:23:28] <chromas> but better flavor
[07:23:32] <chromas> swiss_cheese--
[07:23:32] <Bender> karma - swiss_cheese: -1
[07:23:54] <crutchy> swiss cheese causes airplane crashes apparently
[07:24:20] <Popeidol> that's why they only serve you solid cheese on airlines
[07:24:39] <crutchy> if the holes in a bunch of slices of swiss cheese line up, and the airplane flies through them, it crashes
[07:25:39] <crutchy> the cookie told me so
[07:26:47] <Popeidol> it's all to do with aerodynamics
[07:27:06] <Popeidol> you never know ahead of time how the holes in swiss cheese will direct airflow that passes through it
[07:27:48] <Popeidol> and if you have an imbalance between the cheese you're serving on different sides of the plane, it can cause major instability
[07:29:49] <chromas> now I want some cheese
[07:29:56] <chromas> Any cheeses that go well with chocolate?
[07:30:14] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Research Shows Babies Discern Animate from Inanimate Objects - http://soylentnews.org - peeeeeeeeek-A-BOO!
[07:30:33] <crutchy> and if cheese gets ingested by an engine, that's not good
[07:31:01] <crutchy> that's why they don't let you wind down the windows
[07:31:01] <chromas> That's why babies get bored watching Keanu Reaves movies; there's nothing moving, at least on his face
[07:32:23] <crutchy> parents reserve those for near bedtime
[07:33:47] <ar> btw, how do i tell networkmanager to fuck off from my eth0?
[07:34:43] <chromas> sudo systemctl disable NetworkManager
[07:34:51] <ar> nope
[07:34:54] <chromas> also stop
[07:34:55] <chromas> dunno
[07:35:12] <chromas> I purposely installed network manager because whatever systemd cums with is a fpofsf
[07:36:43] <crutchy> ar, apt-get remove network-manager
[07:37:33] <crutchy> ^one of the first things i do after fresh install
[07:38:53] <crutchy> /etc/network/interfaces++
[07:39:08] <ar> kind of sort of
[07:39:20] <ar> but it's somewhat useful on a laptop
[07:41:56] <crutchy> i use interfaces on my lappy too. i did try nm, but it always borked things
[07:42:13] <crutchy> that was a while ago though, and might have been because i had nfi how to work it
[07:43:09] <crutchy> is systemctl the equiv of debian's /etc/init.d/ scripts?
[07:43:20] <chromas> it's like service
[07:43:33] <chromas> systemctl start blah instead of service blah start
[07:43:42] <chromas> probably does other things too
[07:43:47] <crutchy> in debian can do /etc/init.d/networking start|stop|restart|etc
[07:43:59] <chromas> There're about 850 different *ctl programs
[07:44:05] <crutchy> ah
[07:44:12] <chromas> service also should work on deb
[07:44:26] <chromas> systemctl is different from systcl
[07:44:38] <chromas> dunno what sysctl is or why but
[07:44:46] <crutchy> yeah there's a few more letters in systemctl
[07:44:57] <crutchy> :p
[07:47:08] <chromas> hm. I wonder if there's also a sysd
[07:47:52] <crutchy> or a crapd
[07:48:41] <chromas> yeah, how long until systemd has the features of slash?
[07:49:29] <crutchy> i'm sue nc is plotting that
[07:49:35] <crutchy> *sure
[07:51:11] <chromas> ooh, I think we need an init written in pascal
[07:51:13] <chromas> or php
[07:51:36] <crutchy> exec can sorta do that
[07:51:44] <crutchy> it has its own startup script
[07:51:51] <crutchy> and an init script etc
[07:52:03] <chromas> ~init 6
[07:52:46] <crutchy> the alias is <init> but is ignored from irc
[07:53:09] <chromas> ~unignore init
[07:53:15] <ar> the openwrt guys are making their own init, procd
[07:53:43] <crutchy> we could make one called buttd
[07:53:50] <crutchy> or dogfartd
[07:54:50] <ar> dickbuttd
[07:55:27] <chromas> It doesn't show what's going behind the scene
[07:55:40] <chromas> "What's going on back there?!" "Never mind"
[07:56:26] <chromas> You'll complain at first but then it starts to feel smooth and buttery and you enjoy it and never go back to other initds
[07:57:03] <chromas> from the taking-it-too-far dept
[08:01:43] <crutchy> the ~last bug turned out to be a caching bug :/
[08:01:56] <crutchy> lol
[08:02:01] <crutchy> butterd
[08:02:46] <crutchy> ~rehash
[08:02:47] <exec> successfully reloaded exec file
[08:02:52] <crutchy> ~last xlefay
[08:03:01] <crutchy> re-caching
[08:03:14] <crutchy> ~ps
[08:03:15] <exec> [14284] php scripts/logs-sylnt-us.php 'xlefay' 'crutchy' '#Soylent' '~last'
[08:03:16] <chromas> Filling a bucket?
[08:03:21] <crutchy> nah files
[08:03:34] <chromas> oh that's right. updates++
[08:03:54] <crutchy> i got the append bucket thing working though
[08:03:57] <crutchy> works good
[08:05:16] <crutchy> downloads and parses from logs.sylnt.us and stores them as files full of serialized strings
[08:05:33] <crutchy> not sure if its the besterest way, but for the moment it works
[08:05:40] <chromas> need an index
[08:05:44] <chromas> for moar speed
[08:06:09] <crutchy> yeah definitely
[08:07:31] <crutchy> there's cs lectures on youtube about that sort of stuff. wonder how hard it would be to roll my own indexed log
[08:08:04] * crutchy really doesn't want to end up using mysql if i can avoid it
[08:08:23] <chromas> make your own little db service in delphi
[08:08:27] <chromas> records++
[08:08:27] <Bender> karma - records: 1
[08:08:33] <crutchy> ooh halfway through july :p
[08:08:57] <chromas> could do csv or something, then create an index or two
[08:09:21] * crutchy has never done any kind of index programming
[08:09:40] <exec> last privmsg for xlefay in #soylent: [2014-08-11 17:39:25] Just can't be as active on IRC as I used to be, got actual stuff to do nowadays :(
[08:09:50] <crutchy> only sorta know how it conceptually works
[08:10:04] <chromas> that's all you need :)
[08:10:33] <crutchy> i think there's different ways to index too
[08:10:41] <chromas> many
[08:11:06] <chromas> so you can make one for each way you want to use it
[08:11:17] <crutchy> a little fp program would prolly be a lot quicker than my php script though. might put that on the todo
[08:11:40] <crutchy> or on your todo :P
[08:12:23] <chromas> !todo
[08:12:23] <Bender> nothing todo for chromas ;]
[08:12:27] <chromas> Looks pretty full
[08:12:35] <crutchy> !todo
[08:12:35] <Bender> todo for crutchy: 1) mention lazarus+ii to chromas 2) look up regex character classes 3) try to make exec at least half as reliable as aqu4
[08:12:49] <crutchy> lazarus+ii?
[08:12:55] <chromas> hey I don't remember 1)
[08:13:09] <chromas> !todo Steal underpants
[08:13:09] <Bender> todo item 1 added
[08:13:09] <crutchy> neither do i :/
[08:13:12] <chromas> !todo ?
[08:13:13] <Bender> todo item 2 added
[08:13:18] <chromas> !todo Profit!
[08:13:18] <Bender> todo item 3 added
[08:13:54] <crutchy> maybe it was something to do with making an irc client using lazarus and ii?
[08:14:17] <chromas> Steal underpants, predict something will happen, prophet!, rope in suckers, profit!
[08:14:31] <crutchy> lol
[08:14:31] <ciri> it's not that funny :)
[08:14:35] <chromas> that could be
[08:14:36] <crutchy> yeah it is
[08:14:40] * chromas queries db
[08:14:53] <chromas> if I can find ma browser window
[08:15:31] <crutchy> ii is handy cos talking to irc is just with a pipe and output from irc is just a file
[08:15:51] <crutchy> and there's a little directory/file structure
[08:15:52] <chromas> You could use that to make exec do irc trhough irc
[08:16:12] <crutchy> i used it to connect SedBot2 a little while back
[08:17:29] <chromas> didn't find; that todo item must've been while I wasn't connected
[08:17:36] <chromas> flaky_hardware--
[08:17:36] <Bender> karma - flaky_hardware: -1
[08:21:36] <crutchy> ~find-first lazarus+ii
[08:21:40] * chromas feels like a retart
[08:21:41] <chromas> d
[08:21:44] * juggs espies the early stage encroachment of systemd into linux mint (v17)
[08:21:45] <chromas> it was the 24th
[08:21:49] <exec> first privmsg containing "lazarus+ii" in #soylent: [2014-08-16 08:12:35] <Bender> todo for crutchy: 1) mention lazarus+ii to chromas 2) look up regex character classes 3) try to make exec at least half as reliable as aqu4
[08:22:03] <crutchy> oh
[08:22:28] <chromas> Not sure why I ignored the first result; oh well
[08:23:25] <crutchy> ah. it was set in ##
[08:23:30] <crutchy> that's weird
[08:23:44] <crutchy> apparently bender todo lists aren't channel specific. i guess makes sense
[08:23:55] <crutchy> sagasu++
[08:23:55] <Bender> karma - sagasu: 1
[08:26:21] <crutchy> ~count chromas
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[08:26:28] * chromas doesn't count
[08:26:30] <ar> hm
[08:26:32] <ar> http://dpaste.com
[08:26:33] <Cereal> ^ 03dpaste: 27N9DQB ( Location )
[08:26:33] <exec> privmsg count for chromas in #soylent: 7156
[08:27:09] <ar> ~count exec
[08:27:20] <exec> privmsg count for exec in #soylent: 3579
[08:27:34] <crutchy> i think it was bacon before that
[08:27:36] <chromas> (net devices not being in /dev)--
[08:27:36] <Bender> karma - (net devices not being in /dev): -1
[08:27:42] <crutchy> ~count bacon
[08:27:53] <exec> privmsg count for bacon in #soylent: 189
[08:28:19] <ar> too bad my switch doesn't support 802.3ad
[08:28:36] <crutchy> or 802.3bc
[08:28:41] <crutchy> then you could go back in time
[08:30:02] <crutchy> ~first ar
[08:30:13] <exec> first privmsg for ar in #soylent: [2014-03-07 08:11:00] apt needs three settings to be changed from defaults to be usable: APT::Install-Recommends "0"; APT::Install-Suggests "0"; Acquire::PDiffs "false";
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[08:31:06] <crutchy> my son is drawing boobs in tux paint :/
[08:31:35] <chromas> o/
[08:31:39] <ar> how old is he?
[08:31:39] <ciri> very carefully and then some
[08:31:41] <chromas> (are high-fives still in?)
[08:31:42] <Lagg> Drawing boobs is healthy for a child's development crutchy
[08:31:44] <crutchy> 7
[08:32:13] <Lagg> I did it with an etch-a-sketch and flourished into an artist
[08:32:19] <crutchy> i think he just found the bubble tool or something
[08:32:49] <crutchy> i guess to a 7yo anything roundish could be construed as being a boob
[08:32:57] <Lagg> http://i.imgur.com do you see the art
[08:33:01] <Lagg> The art of cart
[08:33:02] <ar> hehe: [300555.222396] bonding: bond0: Warning: clearing HW address of bond0 while it still has VLANs.
[08:33:41] <ar> Lagg: what's that supposed to be?
[08:33:55] <Lagg> Ever heard of feelies ar?
[08:34:14] <ar> nope
[08:34:23] <crutchy> ~define feelies
[08:34:24] <exec> [urbandictionary] 3feely: Very much like touchy, but more so.
[08:34:28] <Lagg> crutchy: To be serious though I enjoy hearing about kids using linux stuff. So much better than doing it on the mac or something
[08:34:42] <Lagg> srsly, you guys don't know what feelies are? Hand in the geek cards gentlemen
[08:34:56] <Lagg> They're the toys and novelty stuff you'd get with infocom games and such
[08:35:08] <crutchy> my kids have growd up around linux
[08:35:16] <crutchy> we do have windows too though
[08:35:20] <chromas> brave new world reference?
[08:35:28] <Lagg> I feel like there's not enough of that with games now that are all digital, so I wanted to have some kind of clam shell cart that held a USB drive and could possibly be inserted into some kind of console as is
[08:35:45] <Lagg> and in the cart there'd be a small booklet or feely
[08:35:50] <crutchy> clams++
[08:35:50] <Bender> karma - clams: 1
[08:36:51] * crutchy wonders what else he could do with logs
[08:36:54] <Lagg> I don't know why I like showing that drawing. Somewhere deep down I probably feel like someone will see it and implement it
[08:37:10] <crutchy> could cut them up and use for firewood i suppose
[08:38:14] <chromas> crutchy: stats :P
[08:39:01] <crutchy> the first,last,find-first,find-last and count aliases are all connected to the same script
[08:39:28] <crutchy> oh you mean stats as in ping-o-death !stats thingy
[08:39:43] <chromas> yours'll be better—it won't ping
[08:39:55] <crutchy> it won't?
[08:40:08] <crutchy> it could >;->
[08:40:11] <chromas> not if you don't have it ejaculate names
[08:40:21] <chromas> pretty graphs with shiny raytraced graphics
[08:40:36] <crutchy> yeah was thinking of getting some gd-fu on
[08:41:19] <crutchy> kinda like arti's relationship map, but maybe relate different parameters
[08:42:34] <arti> like m4m?
[08:42:48] <chromas> exec, asl?
[08:43:27] <crutchy> <exec> up crutchy's butthole
[08:44:14] <crutchy> arti, m4m?
[08:44:31] <arti> male for male
[08:44:37] <crutchy> lol
[08:44:38] <ciri> HAHAHAHA
[08:45:18] <crutchy> ciri, what do you think about manta rays?
[08:50:33] <ar> hm
[08:50:34] <ar> http://dpaste.com
[08:54:04] <crutchy> the contents of my /etc/network/interfaces:
[08:54:06] <crutchy> auto eth0
[08:54:06] <crutchy> iface eth0 inet dhcp
[08:54:14] <crutchy> ...and that's it
[08:55:09] <crutchy> hmm actually that's a vbox though so its sorta cheating
[09:06:19] <crutchy> ~php in_array
[09:06:20] <exec> bool in_array( mixed $needle , array $haystack [, bool $strict = FALSE] )
[09:07:31] <crutchy> skrillex++
[09:07:31] <Bender> karma - skrillex: 1
[09:17:53] <Subsentient> skrillex--
[09:17:53] <Bender> karma - skrillex: 0
[09:19:43] <crutchy> knife_party++
[09:19:43] <Bender> karma - knife_party: 1
[09:30:44] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Patent Troll Vringo Demolished on Appeal - http://soylentnews.org - TROLLHAMMAR
[09:42:47] <chromas> Lemon_party++
[09:42:47] <Bender> karma - lemon_party: 1
[09:59:48] <chromas> Looks like Debian is old enough to drink now.
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[10:51:10] <crutchy> ~time chicago
[10:51:12] <exec> Saturday, 16 August 2014 @ 5:51 am CDT - Chicago, IL, USA
[10:51:36] <crutchy> tmb having a sleep in
[10:51:46] <crutchy> coffee++
[10:51:46] <Bender> karma - coffee: 584
[10:51:50] <crutchy> coffee++
[10:51:50] <Bender> karma - coffee: 585
[10:52:16] <chromas> coffee++ quick; while he who shall not be highlighted is away!
[10:52:16] <Bender> karma - coffee: 586
[10:52:23] <crutchy> ooh
[10:52:25] <crutchy> coffee++
[10:52:25] <Bender> karma - coffee: 587
[10:52:46] <crutchy> it'll be 600 by the time he comes back :p
[10:52:48] <crutchy> coffee++
[10:52:48] <Bender> karma - coffee: 588
[10:52:54] <chromas> coffee++ stinks but I'll endorse it for the swarm
[10:52:54] <Bender> karma - coffee: 589
[10:53:04] <crutchy> coffee++ for the king!
[10:53:05] <Bender> karma - coffee: 590
[10:53:18] <crutchy> coffee++ i'd rather be sailing
[10:53:18] <Bender> karma - coffee: 591
[10:53:27] <crutchy> coffee++ stop poking me!
[10:53:27] <Bender> karma - coffee: 592
[10:53:29] <chromas> coffee++ for Bender
[10:53:29] <Bender> karma - coffee: 593
[10:53:38] <chromas> coffee++ for power overwhelming
[10:53:38] <Bender> karma - coffee: 594
[10:53:51] <crutchy> coffee++ how do i get outta this chickenshit outfit?
[10:53:51] <Bender> karma - coffee: 595
[10:53:54] <chromas> coffee++ opens the secret cow level
[10:53:54] <Bender> karma - coffee: 596
[10:54:11] <crutchy> coffee++ you require more lesbian gas
[10:54:11] <Bender> karma - coffee: 597
[10:54:13] <chromas> coffee++ I don't remember that one
[10:54:13] <Bender> karma - coffee: 598
[10:54:21] <chromas> coffee++ the outfit one
[10:54:21] <Bender> karma - coffee: 599
[10:54:35] <chromas> I'll let you carry it over the threshold
[10:54:41] <crutchy> nah
[10:54:49] <crutchy> we should leave it for tmb :p
[10:55:02] <crutchy> or you can
[10:55:15] <chromas> Yeah, then we can act surprised
[11:51:30] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Ten Years of Podcasting: Code, Comedy, and Patent Lawsuits - http://soylentnews.org - calling-Orson-Welles
[11:52:46] <chromas> SoylentPodcast eh
[11:53:03] <chromas> only if there's some planning involved
[12:29:21] <Konomi> 50 minutes of continous fart sounds no doubt
[12:42:24] <chromas> and ten minutes of ads?
[13:16:20] <crutchy> 10 minutes? wow that's pretty good. better than 50 minutes of ads for a 50 minute show :/
[13:19:59] <chromas> you're right; that's more realistic
[13:20:42] <crutchy> is why i don't watch tv any more
[13:20:55] <crutchy> and use ad blocker for youtube
[13:32:06] <chromas> Ask Soylent: Why are there no Cubis clones?
[13:45:03] <ar> https://www.google.com - NOPE ;)
[13:46:22] <chromas> must be where kobach is
[13:47:53] <ar> coffee--
[13:47:53] <Bender> karma - coffee: 598
[13:47:54] <ar> coffee--
[13:47:54] <Bender> karma - coffee: 597
[13:47:55] <ar> coffee--
[13:47:55] <Bender> karma - coffee: 596
[13:48:54] <crutchy> coffee++
[13:48:54] <Bender> karma - coffee: 597
[13:54:07] <ar> coffee--
[13:54:07] <Bender> karma - coffee: 596
[14:00:07] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Any American Can Take Any Police Officer's Photo - http://soylentnews.org - now-I-see-you
[14:09:16] <ar> coffee--
[14:09:16] <Bender> karma - coffee: 595
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[14:11:11] <prospectacle> hi everyone
[14:11:11] <ciri> hello prospectacle
[14:11:15] <prospectacle> ciri
[14:12:21] <crutchy> coffee++
[14:12:21] <Bender> karma - coffee: 596
[14:12:47] <ar> coffee--
[14:12:47] <Bender> karma - coffee: 595
[14:13:01] <crutchy> hi prospectacle
[14:13:41] <prospectacle> hey crutchy
[14:13:47] <prospectacle> I was i melbourne last week
[14:14:02] <prospectacle> Nice place. Went to my first AFL game cause work was paying
[14:14:14] <crutchy> i was in melbourne thursday for a course
[14:14:34] <prospectacle> What did you learn?
[14:14:54] <crutchy> hmm. is the sylnt.us url shortener borked? bender's not using it any more
[14:15:13] <crutchy> about earthquake design compliance
[14:15:41] <prospectacle> Wow cool. I'm amazed people can design around earthquakes, but japan and california seem to handle them pretty well
[14:15:55] <crutchy> not bad course. the instructor was on the committee in charge of the australian standard
[14:16:23] <crutchy> s/was/is/
[14:16:23] <exec> <crutchy> not bad course. the instructor is on the committee in charge of the australian standard
[14:22:02] <crutchy> http://www.swinburne.edu.au
[14:22:10] <crutchy> ^this guy
[14:22:14] <crutchy> smart man
[14:23:00] <crutchy> wow he's the chairman of the committee. didn't realise that
[14:24:02] <prospectacle> Sounds like the guy for the job. So how do you design for earthquakes?
[14:24:26] <prospectacle> Is it magic? It's magic isn't it
[14:24:45] <crutchy> just do what AS 1170.4 says pretty much
[14:25:31] <crutchy> though this guy presented a new way which apparently complies with the alternative provisions of the code
[14:25:57] <crutchy> unfortunately i'm yet to try it out at work cos i've been flat out on a job
[14:27:12] <prospectacle> There's never enough time
[14:27:35] <crutchy> its basic dynamics with some emperical stuff thrown in (seismic response spectrum is developed from historical data)
[14:28:19] <prospectacle> I'm afraid I don't know what any of those words mean
[14:28:48] <crutchy> though for low simple structures there's a more simplified formula based on even more emperical data from tables
[14:28:56] <prospectacle> Do you make things flexible so they bend instead of break? Or do you make sure they break in the right places for minimum disaster?
[14:29:29] <crutchy> we design for damage but not collapse
[14:30:33] <crutchy> though even damage is unlikely in many cases, because we also design for wind etc which in most cases govern the design in australia (seismic governs in places like japan and new zealand)
[14:31:26] <crutchy> whatcha been up to anyway?
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[14:32:07] <prospectacle> just messing around with some code. Making a typing game, and a graphing library
[14:32:18] <prospectacle> currently working on the typing game, it's pretty fun
[14:32:43] <prospectacle> Loads public domain text and you copy it and it measures speed and keystroke-accuracy, shows historical performance graphs, etc.
[14:33:13] <prospectacle> If nothing else all the testing I'm doing has made me a better typer
[14:33:31] <crutchy> ah
[14:33:44] <crutchy> i remember doing that sort of stuff in early high school
[14:34:13] <crutchy> never had graphs though. that sounds pretty cool
[14:34:30] <crutchy> what are you using for graphs?
[14:34:46] <prospectacle> For this game, just divs
[14:34:51] <crutchy> ah
[14:34:53] <prospectacle> Give them a colour and a size, and bam, bar graph.
[14:35:00] <crutchy> cool
[14:35:05] <prospectacle> for my graphing library I'm using the canvas element, it's pretty nifty
[14:35:16] <crutchy> ooh html5 :)
[14:35:20] <prospectacle> does everything you would need in a basic graphic element
[14:35:36] <prospectacle> lines, colours, shapes, text. It's quick, too. Quick enough, anyway
[14:36:01] * crutchy is (slowly) working on a graph using gd for displaying an irc histogram
[14:36:43] <prospectacle> i used gd for my last graphing library, I like gd. Canvas can do basically everything gd can do, from what I can tell.
[14:37:04] <prospectacle> faster though, as you don't need to do new page requests to do new images
[14:37:07] <prospectacle> all client side
[14:37:18] <crutchy> ah
[14:38:31] <prospectacle> what will the irc histogram show?
[14:40:42] <crutchy> not sure if its technically a historgram, but it will have nicks on the vertical and time on the horizontal, and will show bars when people chat (sort of like a gantt chart i suppose). the color will be darker depending on the density of chat lines at the time, and i was toying with the idea of showing links between nicks at certain times indicating conversation/relation
[14:40:50] <crutchy> wow that was an essay :/
[14:42:25] <prospectacle> interesting
[14:42:54] <prospectacle> so you can see over time who was chatting how much
[14:43:20] <crutchy> yeah. that was the thought anyway. will have to see how useful it really is
[14:43:58] <crutchy> more of a toy i guess
[14:44:05] <crutchy> i like charts though :)
[14:44:16] <prospectacle> yeah me too. A good chart is worth a thousand words
[14:44:27] <prospectacle> and takes a thousand words of code to generate, lol
[14:44:38] <crutchy> true
[14:45:05] <prospectacle> well in theory if you do it right the first graph takes a thousand words, the second one only takes 10 or 20
[14:45:54] <crutchy> i'm trying to make some lib functions for graphing that can be used for other scripts too
[14:46:13] <prospectacle> good idea. Generalise as far as is practical
[14:46:31] <crutchy> pilfering some code from irciv, which has all the web links as well
[14:47:16] <crutchy> (sending a post request containing an image to my web server)
[14:48:34] <crutchy> wholly carp its nearly 1am
[14:48:39] <prospectacle> yep
[14:48:49] <prospectacle> but saturday night 1 am is like weeknight 930
[14:48:57] <crutchy> lol
[14:49:09] <crutchy> i wish
[14:54:30] * prospectacle has just started watching silicon valley. So far so good. I think i'll buy the second episode right now...
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[15:01:20] <paulej72> !soylent-rss
[15:01:29] <paulej72> !soylentrss
[15:01:39] <paulej72> !list
[15:01:39] <Bender> available plugins: admin, cfg, chan, chatlog, core, fleet, grabquote, ignore, irc, karma, koffie, lod, markov, more, plug, relay, soylentrss, sylnt, todo, twitter, uidchecker, urlinfo, user
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[15:02:25] <paulej72> !soylentrss
[15:03:17] <paulej72> !sylnt
[15:03:17] <Bender> sylnt <url>
[15:03:53] <paulej72> !sylnt http://soylentnews.org
[15:03:53] <Bender> failed to create sylnt url
[15:03:55] <Cereal> ^ 03SoylentNews: SoylentNews is people
[15:04:22] <Landon> !sylnt http://soylentnews.org
[15:04:22] <Bender> failed to create sylnt url
[15:04:22] <Cereal> ^ 03SoylentNews: SoylentNews is people
[15:04:24] <Landon> blah
[15:04:27] <Landon> whodunit
[15:16:02] <paulej72> looks like a dns issue
[15:16:03] * crutchy points at ciri
[15:17:25] <crutchy> night folks. i'm out
[15:22:28] <prospectacle> later crutchy
[15:24:19] <Popeidol> godspeed
[15:27:11] <paulej72> !sylnt http://soylentnews.org
[15:27:12] <Bender> http://sylnt.us
[15:27:12] <Cereal> ^ 03SoylentNews: SoylentNews is people
[15:28:48] <paulej72> OK audioguy set the IPv6 record for sylnt.us to the new server instad of keeping at the old one. Bender uses ipv6 by default to connect to sylnt.us
[15:30:00] <paulej72> He did note that he thought that sylnt.us was not using ipv6.
[15:39:17] <paulej72> !soylentrss
[15:40:27] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Anonymous Calls Off Ferguson Police Doxing After Fingering Wrong Cop - http://sylnt.us - the-problem-with-vigilantism
[15:40:39] <paulej72> !soylentrss
[16:14:35] <Landon> !sylnt http://soylentnews.org
[16:14:35] <Bender> http://sylnt.us
[16:14:36] <Cereal> ^ 03SoylentNews: SoylentNews is people
[16:14:36] <Landon> nice
[16:17:50] <Landon> !sylnt http://soylentnews.org
[16:17:50] <Bender> http://sylnt.us
[16:17:50] <Cereal> ^ 03SoylentNews: SoylentNews is people
[16:49:33] <paulej72> slow in here today
[17:21:43] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - America's Best Employers - http://sylnt.us - but-can-you-read-SN-at-work?
[17:44:31] <TheMightyBuzzard> weekend plus i've not been handy to run my mouth
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[17:51:19] <ar> Were dinosaurs of atlantis really aliens from the bible?
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[19:21:13] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - World Trade Center Dust Cloud May Have Caused Pregnancy Issues - http://sylnt.us - Psalms-103:14
[20:31:36] <TheMightyBuzzard> damn, everyone's busy doing their weekend things
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[20:42:25] <crutchy> coffee++
[20:42:25] <Bender> karma - coffee: 596
[20:44:20] <TheMightyBuzzard> coffee++
[20:44:20] <Bender> karma - coffee: 597
[20:44:43] <TheMightyBuzzard> thanks for reminding me. forgot i had a cup sitting here
[21:10:36] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Internet Outages, Slowness Spike Expected as Routing Table Reaches 512kB - http://sylnt.us - 640kB-ought-to-be-enough-for-anybody
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[22:43:30] <crutchy> coffee++
[22:43:30] <Bender> karma - coffee: 598
[22:43:58] <chromas> coffee++ for great justice
[22:43:58] <Bender> karma - coffee: 599
[22:44:37] <crutchy> coffee++ for chitty chitty bang bang
[22:44:37] <Bender> karma - coffee: 600
[22:57:02] <mrcoolbp> $ddg hostmaster address
[22:57:02] <aqu4> No results found.
[22:57:09] <mrcoolbp> $ddg hostmaster
[22:57:09] <aqu4> [1]: Title: Elegant Glass - Elegant Glass is high quality glassware created in the United States during the Depression Era. It was sold for high prices in department stores and given as wedding gifts. | URL: 12https://duckduckgo.com/Elegant_glass
[22:57:10] <aqu4> [2]: Title: Depression Glass - Depression glass is clear or colored translucent glassware that was distributed free, or at low cost, in the United States and Canada around the time of the Great Depression. | URL: 12https://duckduckgo.com/Depression_glass
[22:57:11] <aqu4> [3]: Title: Pressed glass - Pressed glass is a form of glass made using a plunger to press molten glass into a mold. It was first patented by American inventor John P. Bakewell in 1825 to make knobs for furniture. | URL: 12https://duckduckgo.com/Pressed_glass
[22:57:12] <aqu4> End of results.
[23:04:44] <crutchy> maybe with quotes?
[23:04:55] <crutchy> $ddg "hostmaster address"
[23:04:55] <aqu4> No results found.
[23:05:00] <mrcoolbp> = )
[23:05:01] <crutchy> :(
[23:05:13] <crutchy> g'day mrcoolbp :D
[23:05:13] <ciri> hello crutchy
[23:05:16] <mrcoolbp> actually I think it is addding quotes automatically
[23:05:20] <mrcoolbp> g'day crutchy!
[23:05:21] <crutchy> ah
[23:05:21] <ciri> yeah, yeah hi HI mrcoolbp
[23:05:34] <mrcoolbp> nice to see you too ciri?!
[23:05:55] <crutchy> ciri's like the officer doofy of our production
[23:06:13] <crutchy> ciri, leave that vacuum cleaner alone!
[23:06:21] <mrcoolbp> where's arti at ?
[23:06:47] <crutchy> dunno. sometimes he pipes up in #
[23:09:01] <crutchy> his last in # was about 1 and a half hrs ago
[23:09:30] <mrcoolbp> $seen arti
[23:09:31] <aqu4> I last saw arti at 2014-08-16 08:43:20 UTC in #soylent. Their most recent message is "male for male"
[23:12:08] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Comcast and Warner Withdraw From FCC Commissioner's Dinner Event - http://sylnt.us - the-commissioner-already-received-the-message,-however
[23:22:36] <crutchy> shits getting real in ferguson, mo
[23:23:02] <crutchy> wonder if it will be the straw that breaks the camels back
[23:29:04] <paulej72> nah everyone in the us nows the crazies go to mo live
[23:42:08] <crutchy> seems to be the top story in the google news feed
[23:43:57] <crutchy> ooh. not sure if this has made the SN submissions yet, but i got here from a WSJ news article: http://www.eecs.harvard.edu
[23:43:58] <Cereal> ^ 03Self-organizing Systems Research Group
[23:46:53] <mrcoolbp> crutchy: I don't see it, but I'm a bit out of touch with travel.
[23:47:04] * mrcoolbp could have worded that better
[23:49:10] <crutchy> https://news.google.com.au top story should be "Governor declares emergency, sets Ferguson curfew" by Seattle Times
[23:53:51] <crutchy> https://news.google.com (removed .au) is different: "'It could have been me': Missouri teen reflects on shooting death of Michael ..." by NY Daily News
[23:54:57] <crutchy> police demilitarization might be a hot topic in next election. MO sentator is already talking about it
[23:57:05] <crutchy> November 4, 2014 only 2 and a half months away