#Soylent | Logs for 2014-12-04

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[00:21:29] <juggs> Let me guess - they hit "Reply All"
[00:47:31] <Konomi> "Monkeys aren't fooled by expensive brands"
[00:47:41] <Konomi> I wonder if the Monkeys were exposed to advertising
[00:47:52] <Konomi> or was there some ethical cocern with doing so
[00:49:54] <juggs> Don't we have enough issues with bulimic humans without adding Monkeys to the mix.
[00:50:02] <chromas> Monkeys refuse to pay for cable tv or ride the bus
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[00:57:31] <SpallsHurgenson> Hey hey, we're the Monkees, and people say we monkey around, but we're too busy singin to put anybody down
[01:01:01] <juggs> Gotta like those monkees, and Spalls ability to travel in time :D
[01:02:14] <SpallsHurgenson> it's true, I've been known to move through the fourth dimension
[01:03:12] <mrcoolbp> alberto lol
[01:03:22] <mrcoolbp> alberto, yo estoy bien, gracias
[01:03:28] <mrcoolbp> y tu?
[01:04:22] <SpallsHurgenson> anyway, zombies! https://www.youtube.com
[01:04:22] <NetCraft> ^ 03Cargo | Finalist of Tropfest Australia 2013 - YouTube
[01:07:34] <alberto> mrcoolbp amor y paz
[01:07:51] <alberto> mrcoolbp tratanto de entender una consulta SQL en Oracle que me esta volviendo loco :/
[01:28:19] <mrcoolbp> claro que si
[01:34:26] <SpallsHurgenson> I. Am. Cold.
[01:36:56] <TheMightyBuzzard> ~weather
[01:36:58] <exec> Weather for Ada, OK, USA - currently 43°F / 6°C, drizzle, wind NE at 4 mph, humidity 100% - Wednesday chance of showers (43°F-54°F / 6°C-12°C), Thursday chance of showers (54°F-61°F / 12°C-16°C), Friday thunderstorm (46°F-66°F / 8°C-19°C), Saturday mostly cloudy (43°F-55°F / 6°C-13°C) - source: Google
[01:38:37] * juggs hands out duvets and longjohns
[01:41:38] <TheMightyBuzzard> hrm... i could probably get in an hour's nap before bedtime if i really tried.
[01:44:34] <SpallsHurgenson> you may wish a quick snooze to prepare yourself for such a difficult task
[01:45:03] <TheMightyBuzzard> seems to work for my cats
[01:45:44] <SpallsHurgenson> they're professional slumberers
[01:46:19] <Leebert> Ada, OK, eh? Looks fairly middle of nowhere. I like. :)
[01:46:23] <TheMightyBuzzard> ya, i'm strictly amateur.
[01:46:50] <TheMightyBuzzard> Leebert, no, that's just the closest weather station. my town makes ada look fancy and upscale.
[01:47:49] <Leebert> Hrm... I guess my little town then is a bustling metropolis. Even though I live in the... err.. "suburbs": http://en.wikipedia.org
[01:47:50] <NetCraft> ^ 03Wiki: Westminster, Maryland
[01:49:04] <TheMightyBuzzard> https://www.google.com
[01:49:04] <NetCraft> ^ 03Google Maps
[01:50:34] <TheMightyBuzzard> in that roughly four square miles, we have neighborhood of 20 churches.
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[02:05:26] <SpallsHurgenson> might be a few more 'round these parts
[02:07:52] <chromas> You know you're a redneck when your churches have their own church
[02:14:26] <SpallsHurgenson> can I be a redneck? is there a membership fee I have to pay or something to join?
[02:15:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> can you grow a beard?
[02:15:25] <TheMightyBuzzard> not mandatory but definitely a plus
[02:17:02] <SpallsHurgenson> well, I seem to have something growing out of my chin
[02:18:20] <TheMightyBuzzard> okay, you'll need to purchase the following if you don't already have them. a shotgun, a rifle, some sort of smokeless tobacco, and fishing gear.
[02:18:44] <TheMightyBuzzard> .op juggs
[02:18:44] -!- mode/#Soylent [+o juggs] by juggler
[02:18:58] <TheMightyBuzzard> All hail Emperor juggs I
[02:19:12] <juggs> .deop
[02:19:12] -!- mode/#Soylent [-o juggs] by juggler
[02:21:24] <Leebert> wow
[02:21:46] <Leebert> I've gotten so jaded about the WMF that I've decided to not bother correcting a grammar error on Wikipedia.
[02:22:28] <TheMightyBuzzard> screw em. that's for folks who have too much time on their hands.
[02:49:12] <SpallsHurgenson> my sole wiki-edit about the Transformers remains in place :)
[02:50:22] <SpallsHurgenson> I'm very proud of it :)
[03:13:18] <SpallsHurgenson> because of me, the Internet will now have a clearer understanding of the Insecticons
[03:13:38] <TheMightyBuzzard> tis a noble service you preform
[03:27:37] * alberto fights Oracle
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[03:51:19] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - The University of Democracy - http://sylnt.us - except-for-all-the-others
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[03:57:11] <meisterister> Hullo!
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[04:11:37] <TheMightyBuzzard> evenin
[04:13:40] <TheMightyBuzzard> headin to bed, you lot don't break anything
[04:15:22] * chromas gets the hammerctl
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[04:27:45] <meisterister> (proceeds to break everything)
[04:29:34] <SpallsHurgenson> should I be scared that I look like a nail?
[04:31:23] <chromas> Everything looks like a nail when we have systemd
[04:31:54] <chromas> Days without mentioning systemd: 0
[04:32:07] <Alberto> I don't worry about systemd
[04:32:10] <Alberto> i have no fear
[04:33:17] <SpallsHurgenson> why would one worry about systemd? It's the greatest thing to come to computing since... since... well, I don't know since what, but it's great! :)
[04:36:22] <meisterister> Sure.
[04:37:31] <meisterister> I fear systemd not.
[04:37:34] <meisterister> For I have *BSD.
[04:38:44] <SpallsHurgenson> they have medicines to help with that nowadays
[04:40:10] <meisterister> Medicines to help with *BSD?
[04:40:12] <meisterister> Crikey.
[04:40:48] <meisterister> I wonder if there is a medicine that lets me edit config files faster?
[04:44:48] <chromas> http://www.caffeineinformer.com
[04:44:49] <NetCraft> ^ 03Caffeine in Chameleon Cold Brew Coffee
[04:46:06] <meisterister> Heh.
[04:46:37] <meisterister> Jeeez, that's a lot of caffeine!
[04:46:58] <meisterister> Isn't a cup of coffee something like 100-200mg?
[04:47:10] <Konomi> 100mg
[04:47:15] <Konomi> depends on blend though
[04:47:35] <chromas> Konomi puts coffee in her caffeine
[04:47:35] <meisterister> Aye.
[04:47:43] <meisterister> Heh.
[04:47:48] <Konomi> chromas: that's actually not far fromt he truth as I have caffeine pills as well ;p
[04:47:59] <meisterister> I do quite like how serious the site you linked is.
[04:48:11] <Konomi> serious coffee
[04:48:27] <meisterister> It's one of those socially acceptable drugs that few people put serious thought into.
[04:48:50] <Konomi> coffee in my expereince is pretty safe
[04:49:04] <meisterister> I know, but still a drug nonetheless.
[04:49:04] <meisterister> http://www.caffeineinformer.com
[04:49:05] <NetCraft> ^ 03Caffeine Overdose Symptoms: Facts and Fiction
[04:49:06] <Konomi> the only really sucky side is if you're coming down off of it and get the bad headaches
[04:49:23] <meisterister> I thought that 1 and 6 were kind of the point in some cases.
[04:49:29] <meisterister> Or normal.
[04:51:10] <meisterister> "Developing teens should have no more than 100mg of caffeine daily² due to the importance of sleep, brain development, inexperience with caffeine, and possibly unknown medical conditions."
[04:51:17] <meisterister> Heh.
[04:51:36] <meisterister> Tell that to a very large number of high schoolers now...
[04:52:19] <SpallsHurgenson> Let us now begin the War on Caffeine!
[04:52:45] <Konomi> I am pro choice on drugs as long as they get treated the same as alcohol does today
[04:52:49] <Konomi> and smoking
[04:53:11] <Konomi> aka you can't smoke near everyone, you can't operate vehicles and kill people and you can't if you're underage
[04:53:26] <Konomi> otherwise feel free to shoot up with as much MDA speed and cannibs as you want
[04:53:27] <SpallsHurgenson> you can get a high of oxygen; we need a War on Oxygen
[04:53:29] <Konomi> I give no fucks
[04:53:33] <meisterister> I agree on the condition that the manufacture of those drugs is also heavily regulated.
[04:53:49] <SpallsHurgenson> good, normal god-fearing folk have nothing to do with that oxygen stuff, I tell you what!
[04:54:09] <Konomi> it's your body put whatever the fuck you want in it as long as you leave me alone
[04:54:12] <meisterister> Oxygen madness!
[04:54:36] <meisterister> Someone please think of the children! Oxygen consumption among teenagers has been growing steadily!
[04:54:55] <Konomi> some of said people could use a bit more oxygen imo
[04:55:20] <SpallsHurgenson> it's been scientifically proven; 100% of all oxygen-breathers eventually DIE
[04:55:32] <meisterister> In 2009, 4,131,019 individuals became addicted to oxygen in the United States alone.
[04:55:58] <Konomi> how many became addicted to smart phones just wondering
[04:56:04] <meisterister> http://www.infoplease.com
[04:56:05] <NetCraft> ^ 03Live Births and Birth Rates, by Year | Infoplease.com
[04:56:07] <meisterister> Sobering statistics.
[04:56:34] <SpallsHurgenson> oxygen use is currently unregulated; kids can get it in the schools, or in playgrounds, or even at home!
[04:56:47] <meisterister> Oxygen literally floods our streets!
[04:57:01] <meisterister> 100% of all people who try oxygen die.
[04:57:13] <meisterister> And 100% of all such people become addicted.
[04:57:21] <SpallsHurgenson> and you know who supports oxygen-use? those hippy greenie tree-huggers! They PROMOTE its use!
[04:57:38] <meisterister> Won't someone please think of the children!
[04:58:50] <meisterister> "how many became addicted to smart phones just wondering"
[04:58:56] <meisterister> Hm. Dunno.
[04:59:04] <meisterister> It's a very difficult thing to define.
[04:59:32] <SpallsHurgenson> Im not familiar with that addicition; do you inhale or inject the smartphone?
[05:00:49] <meisterister> I'm not sure.
[05:00:57] <meisterister> It may be a psychological addiction.
[05:01:54] <SpallsHurgenson> http://arstechnica.com
[05:01:55] <NetCraft> ^ 03Video of police brutality can only do so much: NYPD chokehold cop not indicted | Ars Technica
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[05:03:16] <meisterister> Yeaaah.
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[05:06:19] <Konomi> rawr
[05:07:03] <JamesNZ> ~gday Konomi
[05:07:04] * exec prematurely slides an anvil of $insert_beverage_here to Konomi
[05:07:09] <meisterister> Hullo!
[05:07:32] <meisterister> Now, does exec measure out an anvil of the beverage by mass or volume?
[05:07:51] <Konomi> mmn chocolate milk then
[05:08:12] <Konomi> I wonder if the anvil refers to density or dimensions though
[05:08:13] <JamesNZ> By mass, one would hope ;)
[05:08:22] <Konomi> I imagine an anvil weight of chocolate milk would be a lot
[05:08:34] <JamesNZ> Depends how big the anvil is.
[05:09:19] <meisterister> Let's see, regular milk is 1.0002 g/ml or so.
[05:09:22] <meisterister> (I love the internet)
[05:10:32] <meisterister> Going with an average stake anvil mass of 9.78 kg
[05:10:38] <meisterister> http://www.anvilfire.com
[05:10:39] <NetCraft> ^ 03Selecting an Anvil : Which is right for you?
[05:11:24] <meisterister> (9.81*1000)/1.0002
[05:11:45] <meisterister> Sorry (9.78*1000)/1.0002)
[05:11:49] <meisterister> Stupid physics...
[05:12:16] <meisterister> That's 9778.04 ml of chocolate milk.
[05:12:39] <SpallsHurgenson> Acme-brand anvils are the best; tested by wily coyotes for over 50 years!
[05:13:00] <meisterister> Hm... 9.8l is kind of disappointing.
[05:13:06] <SpallsHurgenson> I mean, thrown off a cliff, blown up with dynamite; have you EVER seen one of them break?
[05:13:06] <meisterister> Indeed they are.
[05:13:08] <JamesNZ> looney_tunes++ # <3
[05:13:09] <Bender> karma - looney_tunes: 1
[05:13:25] <JamesNZ> SpallsHurgenson: No, but I've seen them break their owners :P
[05:13:30] <Alberto> mmm
[05:13:38] <meisterister> So Konomi gets 9.8l of chocolate milk or so.
[05:13:41] <Alberto> do you see colors on my writting?
[05:13:48] <JamesNZ> Nope.
[05:13:56] <Konomi> going to take me awhile
[05:13:59] <meisterister> No.
[05:14:06] <Alberto> weird
[05:14:16] <meisterister> Unfortunately 9.8 liters is only 0.041 hogsheads!
[05:14:21] <SpallsHurgenson> JamesNZ: and yet, they keep going back to Acme... because even pounded into pancakes, they still recognize quality :)
[05:14:23] <JamesNZ> 03This should be in color.
[05:14:41] <JamesNZ> SpallsHurgenson: Hah, indeed :P
[05:14:47] <meisterister> 'tis green.
[05:14:49] <Konomi> 04r12a00i09n11b12o04w09s 12\11o13/
[05:14:58] * Konomi hides
[05:15:05] <JamesNZ> ~rainbow
[05:15:05] <exec> alias "~rainbow" requires additional trailing argument
[05:15:18] <JamesNZ> ~rainbow Rrrrrraaaiinbowwwwss \o/
[05:15:19] <exec> 00,06R00,04r00,07r00,08r00,09r00,12r00,02a00,06a00,04a00,07i00,08i00,09n00,12b00,02o00,06w00,04w00,07w00,08w00,09s00,12s00,02 00,06\00,04o00,07/
[05:15:23] <Konomi> lol
[05:15:49] <Alberto> ~rainbow wazaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
[05:15:49] <exec> 00,04w00,07a00,08z00,09a00,12a00,02a00,06a00,04a00,07a00,08a00,09a00,12a00,02a00,06a00,04a00,07a00,08a00,09a00,12a00,02a00,06a00,04a00,07a00,08a00,09a00,12a00,02a00,06a00,04a00,07a00,08a00,09a00,12a00,02a00,06a00,04a00,07a00,08a00,09a00,12a00,02a00,06a00,04a00,07a00,08a00,09a00,12!
[05:15:55] <meisterister> ...nice
[05:16:01] <meisterister> ~rainbow
[05:16:02] <exec> alias "~rainbow" requires additional trailing argument
[05:16:09] <meisterister> ~rainbow Hullo!
[05:16:09] <exec> 00,06H00,04u00,07l00,08l00,09o00,12!
[05:16:12] <meisterister> Nice!
[05:16:17] <JamesNZ> ~rainbow Pot of gold right here! ->
[05:16:18] <exec> 00,07P00,08o00,09t00,12 00,02o00,06f00,04 00,07g00,08o00,09l00,12d00,02 00,06r00,04i00,07g00,08h00,09t00,12 00,02h00,06e00,04r00,07e00,08!00,09 00,12-00,02>
[05:16:43] <meisterister> <pot of gold>
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[05:17:38] <meisterister> ~rainbow I like this feature, but who thought, "Yes, I'm going to write a script that flipping rainbow-ifies things!"
[05:17:39] <exec> 00,07I00,08 00,09l00,12i00,02k00,06e00,04 00,07t00,08h00,09i00,12s00,02 00,06f00,04e00,07a00,08t00,09u00,12r00,02e00,06,00,04 00,07b00,08u00,09t00,12 00,02w00,06h00,04o00,07 00,08t00,09h00,12o00,02u00,06g00,04h00,07t00,08,00,09 00,12"00,02Y00,06e00,04s00,07,00,08 00,09I00,12'00,02m00,06 00,04g00,07o00,08i00,09n00,12g00,02 00,06t00,04o00,0
[05:17:54] <meisterister> Awww.
[05:21:39] <JamesNZ> I love Gmail's reason for marking an email as important: "Important according to our magic sauce."
[05:24:17] <meisterister> Wow...
[05:24:32] <meisterister> That's simultaneously funny and saddening.
[05:27:21] <SpallsHurgenson> I blame Microsoft
[05:27:22] <Konomi> I like how PayPal sends me an email to let me know I have funds with them
[05:27:30] <Konomi> then doesn't show me the amount and asks me to login to check
[05:27:34] <Konomi> thanks PayPal
[05:28:05] <meisterister> How can they do that without realizing that that sounds incredibly scam-y.
[05:28:05] <ciri> you talking to me?
[05:28:28] <Konomi> "You have money" well thanks paypal I'd have never guessed that
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[05:30:04] * SpallsHurgenson would spit in paypal's general direction, but they aren't even worth that much effort
[05:30:30] <Konomi> stuck with them here in kangaroo land
[05:30:49] <Alberto> Konomi, go to crutchy house
[05:30:55] <Alberto> eat his bacon and run
[05:30:56] <Alberto> :P
[05:31:17] <Konomi> only if I am provided a hazmat suit
[05:31:31] <chromas> Alberto: that's like a 45-day drive
[05:31:50] <chromas> Everything's bigger down there
[05:31:58] <Alberto> Bigger?
[05:32:04] <Alberto> if you are a ANT!
[05:32:16] <Alberto> Konomi, why hazmat suit? :P
[05:32:32] <SpallsHurgenson> Australia is apparently more than 30,000 miles wide now :)
[05:32:46] <chromas> Nah, I learned it from the movies. Their back yards are too big to walk across; they have to drive them
[05:32:53] <Alberto> SpallsHurgenson, how!!!
[05:33:13] <SpallsHurgenson> Alberto: I dunno, something to do with kangaroos I think
[05:34:18] <JamesNZ> Meh. I blame Microsoft ;)
[05:34:33] <SpallsHurgenson> oooh, I like that answer even more!
[05:34:46] <SpallsHurgenson> coffee-- #just for JamesNZ
[05:34:46] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9894
[05:34:59] <JamesNZ> coffee-- # \o/
[05:34:59] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9893
[05:35:03] <JamesNZ> coffee--
[05:35:03] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9892
[05:36:00] <SpallsHurgenson> speaking of Gmail (which we were, albeit 15 minutes ago): http://venturebeat.com
[05:36:01] <NetCraft> ^ 03Google hopes to one day replace Gmail with Inbox, promises to bring over many features in the interim | VentureBeat | Business | by Emil Protalinski
[05:36:41] <SpallsHurgenson> frankly, so long as I can still download to a local client I don't care what crappy web-interface they use :)
[05:38:53] <JamesNZ> Heh. What client do you use, OOC?
[05:39:23] <SpallsHurgenson> notepad :)
[05:39:43] <JamesNZ> O_o
[05:40:04] <chromas> SpallsHurgenson: switch to wordpad—it has Ribbons
[05:44:02] <SpallsHurgenson> there has been bacon sitting in my fridge for five days now. uneaten bacon. five days. I think there must be something wrong with me
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[05:45:48] <Konomi> I used notepad++ when on windows cause no unix line endings on notepad
[05:48:11] <Alberto> tama> konomi is going to shove crutchy in a trash can
[05:48:13] <Alberto> lol
[05:48:30] * Alberto ** SysInfo ** Client: HexChat 2.10.2 (x64) ** OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro ** CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4200U CPU @ 1.60GHz (2.00 GHz) ** RAM: 7964 MB Total (3871 MB Free) ** VGA: Intel(R) HD Graphics Family ** Uptime: 12.18 Hours **
[05:48:37] * Alberto is W 8.1 user
[05:48:37] <Alberto> :D
[05:48:45] <chromas> ew
[05:48:50] <chromas> windows8--
[05:48:50] <Bender> karma - windows8: -1
[05:49:03] <Konomi> metro++
[05:49:03] <Bender> karma - metro: 1
[05:49:13] <SpallsHurgenson> I'm typing this on an Apple Newton
[05:49:24] <chromas> Windows 8 is metrosexual
[05:50:02] <Konomi> t6he worst word ever invented considering sexuality has nothing to do with hygiene
[05:50:38] <SpallsHurgenson> o_0
[05:50:54] <chromas> true; windows 8 is a misnomer
[05:51:15] <SpallsHurgenson> just when I was clawing my way out of the pits of confusion, Konomi comes and shoves me back in
[05:51:22] <Konomi> unless I am mistaken and metro sexual refers to people who really really really like subway trains
[05:51:55] <SpallsHurgenson> I'm just trying to figure out the hygiene thing
[05:52:08] <SpallsHurgenson> or perhaps I should just gibber quietly in the corner
[05:52:20] <chromas> Metrosexuals are people who get aroused by oversized cities
[05:52:41] <Konomi> SpallsHurgenson: metrosexual was basically made up so strait men could not worry that when they suddenly started caring about their looks/hygiene they wouldn't spontanously turn gay
[05:53:24] <SpallsHurgenson> interesting theory. I think I prefer gibbering in the corner :)
[05:54:09] * SpallsHurgenson looks around and cries, "My room is round!"
[05:54:29] <chromas> that means it's all a corner
[05:54:36] <chromas> ultra-rounded rectangles
[05:57:11] <Konomi> I always found the word to be ridiculous though since it has nothing to do with sexuality
[06:01:11] <chromas> it's because (according to media) they act like stereotypical flaming gays
[06:02:14] <Konomi> that is why i don't go to populist media for my definitions ;p
[06:02:55] <chromas> but that's where words come from
[06:04:33] <Konomi> for stupid people mabye ;p
[06:07:41] <chromas> in that case, the word doesn't exist :)
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[06:13:28] <Konomi> http://mobilehomeliving.org
[06:13:37] <Konomi> ever wondered what a white trash tower would look like
[06:13:39] <Konomi> wonder no more!
[06:15:59] <Konomi> http://edition.cnn.com
[06:16:00] <NetCraft> ^ 03Tag your workforce, transform your business? - CNN.com
[06:16:03] <Konomi> \o/
[06:17:40] <SpallsHurgenson> I worked at a place where they tracked the movement of ID cards. Everyone left the cards on the desk and wedged the doors open so they could pass without needing to beep through :)
[06:17:58] <Konomi> hehe
[06:19:04] <Konomi> kinda hard to leave your arm on the desk though
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[06:21:03] <Konomi> heh this reddit thread
[06:21:23] <Konomi> Summary: I hate debian cause systemd and I'm thinking of switching to CentOS
[06:21:34] <Konomi> first reply: you know CentOS uses systemd right?
[06:26:22] <crutchy> so is new york in flames yet?
[06:26:25] <crutchy> ++coffee
[06:26:25] <NetCraft> Karma - coffee: 129
[06:26:44] <chromas> gnu/york
[06:27:09] <SpallsHurgenson> why, is Australia attacking again?
[06:27:29] * SpallsHurgenson looks up for incendiary drop-bears on parachutes
[06:27:29] <crutchy> nah. our army is hibernating
[06:27:50] <Konomi> we would but the air craft have trouble flying in summer with the huge hole in the ozone layer
[06:28:58] <crutchy> and our air force is still waiting for its aircraft to be built
[06:29:49] <crutchy> something tells me lockheed martin wont be preferred supplier for whatever comes after jsf
[06:30:31] <SpallsHurgenson> you don't need planes; just use ICBDBs
[06:30:50] <SpallsHurgenson> (Inter-Continental Ballistic Drop Bears)
[06:30:52] <chromas> ballistic databases?
[06:30:53] <crutchy> oh thats assuming our defence department isnt full of stupid, so i guess it prolly will
[06:31:35] <SpallsHurgenson> megatons of screaming marsupials falling from the sky; no opponent will be able to resist you!
[06:32:10] <crutchy> they're full of chemical weapons... digested eucalyptus
[06:33:25] <crutchy> we call them 'euks' for short :p
[06:34:34] <SpallsHurgenson> euk 'em from orbit, it's the only way to be sure
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[07:19:26] <chromas> cold_rain_that_freezes_when_it_hits_the_ground--
[07:19:26] <Bender> karma - cold_rain_that_freezes_when_it_hits_the_ground: -1
[07:27:40] * crutchy swaps some summer weather for olaf rain
[07:28:31] <chromas> ~define olaf
[07:28:32] <exec> [urbandictionary] 3olaf: Olaf was first used to describe the size of man's penis in ancient Scandinavia. Today when a parent of Scandinavian a child believes their child will have a massive shlong they name him Olaf
[07:29:04] <chromas> well uh
[07:31:08] <crutchy> kids all around the world are crying from that
[07:33:49] <chromas> image search for "olaf rain" gives some interesting results: http://2.bp.blogspot.com
[07:35:00] <chromas> .poke itself
[07:35:01] * exec pokes itself
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[07:50:13] <crutchy> fukking wikipedia
[07:58:09] <crutchy> if anyone wants to fuck off the wikipedia money begging banner, add abe custom filter "##div#centralNotice"
[07:58:14] <crutchy> worked for me
[07:58:28] <crutchy> fucking lying scumbags
[07:58:34] <crutchy> wikipedia--
[07:58:34] <Bender> karma - wikipedia: 1
[07:59:01] <crutchy> wikipedia
[07:59:07] <crutchy> wikipedia++
[07:59:07] <Bender> karma - wikipedia: 2
[07:59:17] <crutchy> wikimedia_foundation--
[07:59:17] <Bender> karma - wikimedia_foundation: -1
[08:00:00] <chromas> I notice the banners are never there when landing from elsewhere
[08:00:14] <chromas> Only once I start clicking other links do they appear
[08:00:20] <crutchy> they cover the whole window
[08:00:28] <chromas> Never seen that
[08:00:34] <crutchy> that's asshole marketing if ever there was
[08:00:40] <chromas> You're not running scripts are you
[08:00:58] <crutchy> i've got js enabled if thats what you mean?
[08:01:20] <crutchy> yeah i prolly should surf js'less
[08:01:20] <chromas> No NoScript?
[08:01:57] <crutchy> just disabled js in web dev toolbar
[08:02:31] <chromas> ~submit-to-filter-list ##div#centralNotice
[08:02:36] <chromas> aw
[08:05:41] <crutchy> hehe. any website that requires js prolly not worth visiting anyways
[08:06:11] <chromas> The worst is when the page is blank without js
[08:07:37] <crutchy> might do some more ircd tonight. see if i can join a channel maybe :p
[08:33:43] <chromas> Modern Opera browser finally available for Linux. Too bad it's still just Chromium
[08:41:49] <chromas> huh, there're several forks of xchat
[08:42:09] <chromas> crutchy: better try them all
[08:44:22] <chromas> pchat, lurc. there was another but I forgot its name
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[10:14:17] <Konomi> mander ] [ chromas ] [ hka ] [ Popeidol ] [ xlefay ]
[10:14:17] <Konomi> 19:19 [+stdermander ] [ chromas ] [ hka ] [ Popeidol ] [ xlefay ]
[10:14:24] <Konomi> grr
[10:14:27] <Konomi> damn you middle click
[10:15:26] <chromas> I find middle-click pasting convenient but it sure is unreliable
[10:16:43] <crutchy> ¿
[10:29:01] * juggs wanders in
[10:29:43] <crutchy> gday juggs
[10:30:27] * Konomi hides the contraband
[10:32:03] <juggs> uch, it's too early
[10:33:25] * crutchy puts pants on
[10:34:17] <crutchy> stdermander++
[10:34:17] <Bender> karma - stdermander: 1
[10:34:46] * juggs wonders where Konomi hid the contraband give your pants were off.
[10:34:53] <juggs> given*
[10:35:05] <crutchy> shh
[10:35:08] <Konomi> actually all i thoguht is: juggs it's too early then crutchy put his pants back on
[10:35:16] <Konomi> so I was like hmm too early huh
[10:35:36] <crutchy> there was three in the bed...
[10:36:33] <crutchy> ++coffee
[10:36:33] <NetCraft> Karma - coffee: 130
[10:36:45] <crutchy> coffees made by someone else are always better
[10:36:54] <crutchy> missus++
[10:36:54] <Bender> karma - missus: 1
[10:37:37] <juggs> must be a plot - sounds suspicious to me
[10:42:18] <Konomi> iced coffee \o/
[10:42:23] <Konomi> did she make you cold brew crutchy?
[10:43:41] <crutchy> she made me a coffee, but it runded out :(
[10:43:51] <Konomi> ;p
[10:44:00] <Konomi> recommend cold brew to any coffee lovers
[10:44:21] <Konomi> much better than the standard burnt acid coffee
[10:47:47] <crutchy> we've got one of these: http://www.k-fee-system.com
[10:47:48] <NetCraft> ^ 03583 | K-fee System GmbH
[10:47:54] <crutchy> but need to get more capsules
[10:49:56] <chromas> soo shiny
[10:50:06] <chromas> but does it run linux?
[10:50:12] <chromas> and systemd?
[10:50:26] <Konomi> capsules
[10:50:30] <Konomi> what is it a freaking printer?
[10:50:35] <chromas> yes
[10:50:43] <Konomi> nice way to rip people off I guess
[10:50:45] <chromas> it prints coffee stains into your cup
[10:51:01] <chromas> it's a three-dee printer
[10:54:57] <crutchy> good cos its proper coffee but don't have to worry about it going stale in the fridge
[10:55:16] <crutchy> stale_coffee--
[10:55:16] <Bender> karma - stale_coffee: -1
[10:55:26] <Konomi> burnt_coffee--
[10:55:26] <Bender> karma - burnt_coffee: -1
[10:55:36] <crutchy> burnt_coffee--
[10:55:36] <Bender> karma - burnt_coffee: -2
[10:56:08] <chromas> in the fridge?
[10:56:33] <chromas> you chug that shit, crutchy! no matter what, you drink it 'til it's gone. No refrigeration
[10:57:03] <crutchy> i did. now i've got none left :p
[10:57:21] <crutchy> oh you mean brick coffee
[10:57:33] <crutchy> yeah nah i'm not *that* addicted
[10:58:01] * Alberto forking Devuan with systemd
[10:58:27] <chromas> lolctl
[10:58:46] <crutchy> systemd is forking devuan
[10:59:03] <crutchy> right up the *censored*
[10:59:18] <chromas> holectl
[10:59:42] <crutchy> :D
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[11:12:32] <TheMightyBuzzard> coffee++
[11:12:32] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9893
[11:12:36] <crutchy> ++coffee
[11:12:36] <NetCraft> Karma - coffee: 131
[11:15:13] <TheMightyBuzzard> what sorta nonsense yall been up to while i was asleep?
[11:16:01] <TheMightyBuzzard> Konomi, you ain't wrong about cold brew but fast to make it ain't
[11:16:14] <Konomi> this is true
[11:16:28] <chromas> because it's cold, you can make it ahead of time, right?
[11:16:34] <TheMightyBuzzard> ya
[11:16:38] <Konomi> I think more people would enjoy coffee if cold brew was more common though
[11:16:43] <chromas> Stock up like toilet paper
[11:17:00] <TheMightyBuzzard> can heat it up after if you like but you brew it in a refrigerator
[11:17:08] <Konomi> yeah
[11:17:16] <Konomi> I mostly have iced coffee myself
[11:17:50] <Konomi> https://en.wikipedia.org
[11:17:50] <NetCraft> ^ 03Wiki: Farmers Union Iced Coffee
[11:17:53] <Konomi> common brand here
[11:18:14] <Konomi> as far as I know thought au is pretty unique in that we have a lot of flavoured milk on our shelves vs other countries
[11:18:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> personally i prefer espresso-derived coffees but iced is second on the list.
[11:18:25] <TheMightyBuzzard> huh
[11:19:41] <TheMightyBuzzard> espresso may brew hot but it doesn't sit on a hot plate and cook
[11:20:11] <chromas> Do you just dump ground beans into a picture and let them soak awhile?
[11:20:25] <TheMightyBuzzard> overnight, yeah
[11:20:25] <chromas> hmm, picture
[11:20:33] <TheMightyBuzzard> pitcher
[11:20:36] <juggs> ~gday TheMightyBuzzard
[11:20:37] * exec covertly passes a bathtub of coffee++ to TheMightyBuzzard
[11:20:52] <TheMightyBuzzard> mornin, boss
[11:21:07] <juggs> ha
[11:21:12] <TheMightyBuzzard> exec loves me this mornin
[11:23:03] <TheMightyBuzzard> yeah, okay, first cigarette not cutting it. need moar.
[11:24:28] <crutchy> Konomi, i just fill up a cup with icecream, pour some coffee on top, add milk to fill and grab a spoon
[11:24:37] <crutchy> hmm...
[11:24:44] <crutchy> brb
[11:24:44] <ciri> ok crutchy
[11:28:19] * juggs sees a mountain ahead
[11:34:16] <chromas> what kind of mountain?
[11:34:52] <chromas> ooh, we switched from cold rain that freezes when it hits the ground to miniature hail
[11:35:01] <juggs> a big one with jagged outcrops
[11:35:22] <crutchy> and brown snow on top
[11:35:28] <crutchy> oh that sounded wrong
[11:35:36] <chromas> I'd think with all the coffee++ it would come out smooth as hills
[11:35:42] <chromas> or a river
[11:37:52] <crutchy> ice cream mixed with chunks of coffee++
[11:38:26] <chromas> with chocolate?
[11:38:29] <crutchy> nah
[11:39:00] <crutchy> eating coffee straight out of a jar is frowned upon, but mix with some icecream and its trendy :D
[11:39:01] <chromas> coffee++ is # supposed to be good in chocolate
[11:39:01] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9894
[11:39:18] <chromas> Anything straight out of the jar is frowned upon
[11:39:33] <chromas> You have to dirty up at least two dishes for it to be classy
[11:51:17] <TheMightyBuzzard> crutchy, know what?
[11:51:33] <crutchy> i've heard the name before
[11:51:39] <TheMightyBuzzard> chicken butt
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[12:14:53] <chromas> http://www.ustream.tv
[12:14:54] <NetCraft> ^ 03NASA Public, Ustream.TV: NASA TV airs a variety of regularly scheduled, pre-recorded educational and public relations programming 24 hours a day on its var...
[12:16:34] <crutchy> tama, chicken butts eject things that humans like to put in their mouths
[12:17:10] <chromas> buttctl | chicken
[12:17:40] <chromas> pipes++
[12:17:40] <Bender> karma - pipes: 2
[12:19:44] <chromas> submitctl http://www.cartoonbrew.com
[12:19:44] <NetCraft> ^ 03New Evidence Emerges of Wage-Fixing by DreamWorks, Pixar and Blue Sky | Cartoon Brew
[12:20:08] <crutchy> ~submit http://www.cartoonbrew.com
[12:22:48] <crutchy> hmm. thought i trimmed stuff after pipes
[12:22:50] <crutchy> https://dev.soylentnews.org|+Cartoon+Brew
[12:22:50] <NetCraft> ^ 0304SN (dev) Submission by crutchy: New Evidence Emerges of Wage-Fixing by DreamWorks, Pixar and Blue Sky | Cartoon Brew
[12:23:50] <TheMightyBuzzard> what's wage fixing?
[12:24:15] <crutchy> something plumbing-related i'm assuming
[12:25:04] <crutchy> either that or its a new michael bay movie being developed
[12:26:53] <TheMightyBuzzard> sounds more michael moore than michael bay
[12:27:11] <crutchy> mooresplosions
[12:27:35] <TheMightyBuzzard> both are in need of a good beating with an axe handle though, so guess it doesn't matter
[12:32:41] <crutchy> ~submit http://www.cartoonbrew.com
[12:33:10] <exec> submission successful - https://dev.soylentnews.org
[12:34:23] <chromas> Still needs link embedding 😃
[12:34:48] <crutchy> yeah
[12:35:16] <crutchy> https://github.com
[12:35:17] <NetCraft> ^ 03exec-irc-bot/submit.php at master · crutchy-/exec-irc-bot · GitHub
[12:36:26] <crutchy> sorry tmb i've clogged the queue on dev a bit
[12:36:57] <chromas> I suppose I should work on a that since I'm the one bitching about it 😁
[12:37:00] <TheMightyBuzzard> s'okay, the eds use it for practice for noobs
[12:38:17] <crutchy> chromas, go nuts dude. i got no idea how to implement it :p
[12:38:37] <TheMightyBuzzard> whazzat? link embedding?
[12:38:45] <crutchy> yeah
[12:39:58] <crutchy> i'm not even sure which word i would use for the link in that last one
[12:40:14] <crutchy> let alone trying to make the bot figure it out
[12:40:55] <chromas> Verb phrase
[12:41:18] <chromas> The trick is to automatically figure out if needs the second one
[12:41:39] <chromas> "continues to blerg"
[12:42:09] <crutchy> ah so not nececelery just a single word
[12:42:28] <chromas> I'll make something later and see how many false posamitives it'll make
[12:43:29] <crutchy> might be a good candidate for unit testing
[12:45:44] <crutchy> fscking ssh
[12:46:07] <crutchy> for some reason after about maybe 10 minutes of idling it borks
[12:46:23] <crutchy> maybe that's a setting
[12:46:27] <TheMightyBuzzard> you prolly have an idle timeout set
[12:46:54] <crutchy> its annoying
[12:46:59] <crutchy> might see if i can find it
[12:47:00] <TheMightyBuzzard> i bet
[12:48:11] <TheMightyBuzzard> be in your sshd_config most likely
[12:48:23] <crutchy> i'm in there now
[12:49:42] <crutchy> there's KeyRegenerationInterval 3600
[12:49:46] <crutchy> dunno if that's it
[12:49:51] <TheMightyBuzzard> don think so
[12:52:51] <juggs> neighbours_having_work_done--
[12:52:51] <Bender> karma - neighbours_having_work_done: -1
[12:52:52] <juggs> neighbours_having_work_done--
[12:52:52] <Bender> karma - neighbours_having_work_done: -2
[12:53:13] <chromas> crutchy: is that on the terminal or in gedit?
[12:53:37] <crutchy> i'm ssh'ed into the server. using nano++
[12:53:57] <crutchy> think i gotta add ClientAliveInterval
[12:54:17] <chromas> Never had that problem using defaults on suse or arch. Must be good to switch
[12:54:33] <chromas> s/good/time/
[12:54:33] <sedctl> <chromas> Never had that problem using defaults on suse or arch. Must be time to switch
[12:55:17] <crutchy> if i'm doing stuff its not a problem. just if i'm coding and go to run something in a ssh term if its been too long idling it just freezes
[12:55:47] <chromas> Weird
[12:56:16] <crutchy> seems to be about 10 mins or so limit maybe
[12:57:54] <chromas> Never heard of such
[12:58:12] <chromas> Though I used to have windows shares disappear randomly
[12:58:30] <crutchy> i've set a 30 sec keep alive
[12:58:39] <crutchy> i think it sorta works like ping in irc
[12:59:24] <crutchy> hmm maybe not
[12:59:37] <crutchy> conflicting_internets--
[12:59:37] <Bender> karma - conflicting_internets: -1
[13:00:18] <crutchy> ah now i get it. combine ClientAliveInterval with ClientAliveCountMax
[13:02:07] <crutchy> shouldn't happen now hopefully. set ClientAliveInterval 999 with ClientAliveCountMax 9999
[13:03:44] <TheMightyBuzzard> don axe me. mine never times out with the default settings.
[13:07:05] <chromas> crutchy: don't forget to systemctl reload openssh
[13:07:42] <crutchy> what is this new fangled offense to nature you speak of?
[13:15:38] <TheMightyBuzzard> crutchy, learn perl right now and join the dev team
[13:16:28] <crutchy> yay my ssh session hasn't borked for a while so its definitely done something
[13:21:05] <crutchy> tmb, i need one of these for perl: https://www.youtube.com
[13:21:05] <NetCraft> ^ 03MATRIX - NEO uploaded SAVATE - YouTube
[13:21:36] <TheMightyBuzzard> just get the camel book
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[13:22:54] <chromas> One hump or two?
[13:23:35] <juggs> I know kung-fu!
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[13:28:46] <TheMightyBuzzard> seriously man, even like two or three minor bugs a month would rock.
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[13:32:22] <chromas> TheMightyBuzzard: butt perl is evil
[13:32:34] <chromas> Worse than systemd
[13:32:50] <TheMightyBuzzard> perl is not evil. perl is the spooge that holds the internet together.
[13:33:42] <chromas> php
[13:33:57] <TheMightyBuzzard> php is for noobs
[13:34:03] <ar> php sucks
[13:34:10] <TheMightyBuzzard> ar++
[13:34:10] <Bender> karma - ar: 7
[13:34:56] <chromas> And what happens when you suck? Spooge
[13:35:37] <TheMightyBuzzard> yes but the spooge does not come from what is doing the sucking unless the guy is extremely flexible or quite gifted.
[13:36:48] <TheMightyBuzzard> perl happens when php sucks really hard and someone comes along, says fuck that noise, and does it in three lines of perl.
[13:37:57] <chromas> Three lines that nobody will help with, though :(
[13:38:33] <chromas> Need to port to python :D
[13:38:44] <chromas> Space space tab
[13:39:03] * TheMightyBuzzard nerdrages upon chromas with a LART
[13:39:36] <juggs> Rainbow - Still I'm Sad is cowbell utopia
[13:39:56] * chromas prematurely paginates
[13:41:10] <ar> TheMightyBuzzard++
[13:41:10] <Bender> karma - themightybuzzard: 121
[13:43:48] <juggs> https://www.youtube.com In case anyone wonders what I am on about :D
[13:43:49] <NetCraft> ^ 03Rainbow - Still I'm Sad (instrumental) - YouTube
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[13:58:43] <crutchy> php++
[13:58:43] <Bender> karma - php: 7
[13:58:54] <ar> php--
[13:58:54] <Bender> karma - php: 6
[13:58:58] <crutchy> cos its made for sockets
[13:59:28] <crutchy> ruby--
[13:59:28] <Bender> karma - ruby: 2
[14:00:00] <crutchy> cos its made for girls :p
[14:01:39] <ar> ruby++ # because it's nice, flexible and coherent
[14:01:39] <Bender> karma - ruby: 3
[14:02:24] <crutchy> i've seen plenty of incoherent code written in all languages
[14:02:45] <crutchy> well a few. not all :p
[14:06:55] <TheMightyBuzzard> perl++ # for the camel, bitches!
[14:06:55] <Bender> karma - perl: 5
[14:09:41] <crutchy> just remember the camel is meant for riding into town, not using in other ways...
[14:18:10] <crutchy> php is the elephant in the room: http://smartik.ws
[14:18:24] <AndyTheAbsurd> perl-- # that many ways to do one thing is confusing as fuck
[14:18:24] <Bender> karma - perl: 4
[14:23:24] <crutchy> to be fair php shares that attribute too unfortunately. one downside of flexibility
[14:25:39] <crutchy> i tend to try to write my code verbosely. means that seasoned professionals prolly scoff at it for being inefficient/whatever, but its easier to read at least. and whitespace is cheap
[14:27:40] <TheMightyBuzzard> perl++ # many ways do do one thing beats the hell out of only having one fucked up way
[14:27:40] <Bender> karma - perl: 5
[14:28:03] <TheMightyBuzzard> newlines are for the weak
[14:28:32] <crutchy> and the sensible
[14:29:18] <TheMightyBuzzard> less characters means it parses faster, right?
[14:29:37] <crutchy> unless its compiled :)
[14:30:08] <crutchy> if you need fast compile then asm++
[14:30:35] <TheMightyBuzzard> this is surprisingly not true of html. browsers get right pissy if you give them a few megs of html without newlines.
[14:30:42] <TheMightyBuzzard> last i checked anyway.
[14:30:59] <crutchy> same with editors
[14:31:47] <crutchy> i don't bother indenting html, but i crlf a lot
[14:32:34] <crutchy> s/crlf/lfcr/
[14:32:34] <sedctl> <crutchy> i don't bother indenting html, but i lfcr a lot
[14:32:35] <TheMightyBuzzard> i don't really write html, just our templates which have some html in them. those i indent.
[14:33:20] <crutchy> i noticed SN html is very spaced out. i'm guessing that's template-related
[14:33:44] <TheMightyBuzzard> likely. we like our templates to be human-readable cause we're humans and we have to edit em.
[14:34:30] <crutchy> but code is written by robots so linebreaks are not permitted under any circumcisions
[14:34:51] <TheMightyBuzzard> <--cyborg not robot
[14:35:31] <crutchy> ~time
[14:35:33] <exec> Friday, 5 December 2014 @ 1:35 am GMT+11 - Traralgon VIC
[14:35:50] <crutchy> better get some shuteye before work
[14:35:53] <crutchy> cya tomoz
[14:36:00] <juggs> o/
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[14:40:49] <TheMightyBuzzard> ~weather
[14:40:50] <exec> Weather for Ada, OK, USA - currently 46°F / 8°C, fog, wind S at 8 mph, humidity 100% - Thursday chance of showers (55°F-57°F / 13°C-14°C), Friday thunderstorm (46°F-73°F / 8°C-23°C), Saturday mostly cloudy (41°F-54°F / 5°C-12°C), Sunday mostly cloudy (43°F-59°F / 6°C-15°C) - source: Google
[14:41:30] <TheMightyBuzzard> code is coming along but it's halfway pulling teeth today
[14:42:35] <juggs> ~weather
[14:42:36] <exec> Weather for London, UK - currently 41°F / 5°C, light drizzle, humidity 97% - Thursday cloudy (37°F-40°F / 3°C-4°C), Friday partly cloudy (33°F-43°F / 1°C-6°C), Saturday clear (37°F-41°F / 3°C-5°C), Sunday partly cloudy (35°F-48°F / 2°C-9°C) - source: Google
[14:42:53] <juggs> effin miserable weather
[14:43:22] <juggs> what you trying to work on Buzz?
[14:47:18] <TheMightyBuzzard> putting a link out beside comment scores if a comment was modded spam so any editor or above can undo the moderation
[14:48:01] <TheMightyBuzzard> right now i'm working on recalculating the comment score and most common reason
[14:48:59] <TheMightyBuzzard> how we do the recalculating right now is horribly wrong, mathematically speaking
[14:51:33] <Konomi> http://ismsndeadyet.com
[14:51:33] <NetCraft> ^ 03Is MSN dead yet?
[14:51:45] * Konomi gets the voodoo doll and pokes it while refreshing the page
[14:53:06] <TheMightyBuzzard> okay, need break.
[14:53:17] <TheMightyBuzzard> my logic ain't
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[15:02:11] <Blackmoore> mornin
[15:02:15] <Blackmoore> coffee++
[15:02:15] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9895
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[15:05:33] <juggs> mornin Blackmoore - you doing OK?
[15:06:02] <Blackmoore> i'm alright. works been a bit stupid.
[15:06:32] <Blackmoore> how are you?
[15:06:32] <ciri> doing great here
[15:07:42] <juggs> I'm doing OK thanks
[15:16:43] <TheMightyBuzzard> mornin, Blackmoore
[15:16:47] <TheMightyBuzzard> coffee++
[15:16:47] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9896
[15:18:33] <TheMightyBuzzard> ok, there's that done. i think
[15:19:07] <TheMightyBuzzard> that sub not that task
[15:20:09] <ar> ruby++
[15:20:10] <Bender> karma - ruby: 4
[15:20:13] <ar> tea++
[15:20:13] <Bender> karma - tea: 280
[15:20:15] <ar> php--
[15:20:15] <Bender> karma - php: 5
[15:20:28] <Blackmoore> are we anywhere near having the the nexuses up?
[15:20:53] <TheMightyBuzzard> we're mostly a wildcard cert away from having them possible. up is another story.
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[15:21:35] <TheMightyBuzzard> original content can bloody well go on the main page if you have any though.
[15:22:03] <Blackmoore> ah. we're really stalled on the original content. or rather I'm stalled. just dont have enough time to put into it
[15:22:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> seems common lately
[15:22:21] <Blackmoore> and i feel bad about that.
[15:23:11] <TheMightyBuzzard> hopefully that'll change up after the holidays. if not we need a LOT more staff.
[15:26:50] <TheMightyBuzzard> right, four n change hours of site time in today. gonna call that good for now and veg some.
[15:27:10] <Blackmoore> http://www.sheldoncomics.com
[15:27:10] <NetCraft> ^ 03Sheldon® Comic Strip: Daily webcomic by Dave Kellett
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[15:34:31] <Blackmoore> :/ and i was wondering why we didnt have an Orion launch story - but hey it was scrubbed.
[15:34:46] <TheMightyBuzzard> bummer
[15:34:59] <TheMightyBuzzard> sub us up a story about the scrubbing then if we don't have one.
[15:35:32] <Blackmoore> well that gives us a chance to write it up and ready it . i think they are going to try again tomorrow
[15:35:36] <ar> http://mathematica.stackexchange.com
[15:35:36] <NetCraft> ^ 03plotting - How do I draw a pair of buttocks? - Mathematica Stack Exchange
[15:37:28] <TheMightyBuzzard> see, now that's interesting.
[15:38:11] <TheMightyBuzzard> i can't read the formulas right now on account of being brain fried but still
[15:42:07] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Graphene Based Fuel Cell — Extract Hydrogen From Humid Air - http://sylnt.us - moah-powah
[16:24:41] <TheMightyBuzzard> think i may go fishing today, crappy weather or no
[16:25:22] <juggs> too cold for that surely :/
[16:28:24] <TheMightyBuzzard> ~weather
[16:28:25] <exec> Weather for Ada, OK, USA - currently 50°F / 10°C, fog, wind SE at 8 mph, humidity 100% - Thursday chance of showers (55°F-57°F / 13°C-14°C), Friday thunderstorm (46°F-73°F / 8°C-23°C), Saturday mostly cloudy (41°F-54°F / 5°C-12°C), Sunday mostly cloudy (43°F-59°F / 6°C-15°C) - source: Google
[16:28:31] <TheMightyBuzzard> nah, pretty passable
[16:37:39] <ar> https://twitter.com
[16:37:40] <NetCraft> ^ 03Mark Leonard on Twitter: "@ID_AA_Carmack “@chronum: Multithreaded programming - theory and practice. http://t.co”"
[17:17:25] <Konomi> http://hypnocube.com
[17:17:28] <NetCraft> ^ 03hypnocube | Flash Endurance Testing
[17:41:36] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Florida Law Mandating Drug Testing for Assistance Applicants Ruled Unconstitutional - http://sylnt.us - unreasonable-searches-and-seizures
[17:48:21] <SirFinkus> anyone know when that orion shit is supposed to launch?
[17:54:51] <SirFinkus> oh, nevermind, cancelled ;_;
[17:54:56] <Blackmoore> scrubbed today
[17:55:11] <Blackmoore> looks like they are gonna try again tommorrow
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[18:29:31] <TheMightyBuzzard> coffee++
[18:29:31] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9897
[18:29:58] <Blackmoore> coffee++
[18:29:58] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9898
[18:31:56] <TheMightyBuzzard> nap++ soon as i finish this coffee
[18:31:56] <Bender> karma - nap: 11
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[19:25:15] <SirFinkus> Learn_Guitar_With_David_Brent++
[19:25:15] <Bender> karma - learn_guitar_with_david_brent: 1
[19:30:58] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - 'Moneyball' Approach Reduces Crime in New York City - http://sylnt.us - its-who-you-know-and-what-you-know
[19:55:22] <geotti> coffee-- #for smelling obnoxiously good
[19:55:22] <Bender> karma - coffee: 9897
[19:55:25] <geotti> tea++
[19:55:25] <Bender> karma - tea: 281
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[19:58:57] <chromas> https://github.com
[19:58:57] <NetCraft> ^ 03dimkr/LoginKit · GitHub
[20:35:34] <SirFinkus> xlefay idlerpg champion 2014
[20:48:56] <crutchy> :/
[20:49:08] <crutchy> .poke xlefay
[20:49:08] * exec pokes xlefay
[20:49:12] <crutchy> ++coffee
[20:49:12] <NetCraft> Karma - coffee: 132
[20:50:18] <Blackmoore> !uid
[20:50:18] <Bender> The current maximum UID is 4912, owned by Evremonde
[20:51:14] <crutchy> need some implementation of tmb's api
[20:51:27] <crutchy> not sure if its enabled on prod yet though
[20:51:40] <crutchy> ~cid
[20:51:40] <exec> max SN cid from articles in xml feed: 122690
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[21:25:29] <SirFinkus> http://en.wikipedia.org
[21:25:31] <NetCraft> ^ 03Wiki: White House Iraq Group: Difference between revisions
[21:25:35] <SirFinkus> hehe, good edit
[21:25:49] <SirFinkus> by an anonymous senate ip
[21:50:42] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Gangnam Style Reaches YouTube View Limit - http://sylnt.us - all-dance-now!
[22:03:51] <ar> http://cybersecurity.upv.es - Offset2lib: bypassing full ASLR on 64bit Linux
[22:03:53] <NetCraft> ^ 03Offset2lib: bypassing full ASLR on 64bit Linux
[22:06:18] <ar> http://phys.org
[22:06:19] <NetCraft> ^ 03Superconductivity without cooling
[22:31:13] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - You're Doing it All Wrong - Solar Panels Should Face West Not South - http://sylnt.us - just-short-of-obvious
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[23:03:09] <chromas> http://blog.trendmicro.com
[23:03:09] <NetCraft> ^ 03An Analysis of the "Destructive" Malware Behind FBI Warnings
[23:05:21] <Alberto> porn is a style of living
[23:13:03] <Blackmoore> true; but i dont live in CA, and i doubt they'd hire me.
[23:13:56] <Blackmoore> pity, cause the work sounds like it's a better gig than anything else i've ever gotten
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[23:24:06] <chromas> palemoon--
[23:24:06] <Bender> karma - palemoon: 0
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[23:51:25] <chromas> broken aslr in linux (pdf) http://cybersecurity.upv.es
[23:53:15] <TheMightyBuzzard> what you yacking about, chromas?
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[23:53:38] <TheMightyBuzzard> sup, Ethanol-fueled
[23:53:46] <Ethanol-fueled> Buzzbomb, 'sup.
[23:54:04] <chromas> "We have identified a security weakness on the implementation of the ASLR in Linux when the executable is PIE compiled, named offset2lib. A PoC attack is described to illustrate how the offset2lib can be exploited. Our attack bypasses the three most widely adopted and effective protection techniques: No-eXecutable bit (NX), address space layout randomization (ASLR) and stack smashing protector (SSP). A remote shell is got in less than one second."
[23:54:12] <TheMightyBuzzard> pondering what to do for dinner. prolly end up not deciding and eating a can of chili or something.
[23:54:14] <chromas> a shell is got
[23:54:24] <Ethanol-fueled> Can't go wrong with that, Buzzard
[23:54:37] <Ethanol-fueled> It's got all your food groups innit.
[23:55:19] <TheMightyBuzzard> nah, no bacon group
[23:55:35] <chromas> gives you all you need from the steel and glue groups
[23:56:09] <Ethanol-fueled> You need steel for strong bones, and glue for tendons and brain tissue
[23:56:25] <Ethanol-fueled> Chili will make you like wolverine,
[23:56:47] <TheMightyBuzzard> a smelly wolverine if it's the kind with beans
[23:57:08] <Ethanol-fueled> small animals tend to gas horribly when they do.
[23:57:24] <TheMightyBuzzard> this is true.
[23:57:33] <chromas> it's how Sonic got around
[23:57:47] <TheMightyBuzzard> my cats smell like they've been eating roadkill when they bust ass
[23:58:57] <TheMightyBuzzard> hrm, think i'll go the no beans route. this small room would quickly smell smell like i'd shit across every wall otherwise.
[23:59:04] <Ethanol-fueled> Rank.
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[23:59:41] <TheMightyBuzzard> chasing your own self out of a room is impressive but not fun