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Wait, wasn't this guy a simpleton who used a cereal box code to write his messages? Or am I completely fucking wrong?
I would wiki it but most redditors jump at the chance at telling someone they are wrong so I wouldn't want to take anyones fun away from them. =P
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and IBM would have dragged it out to 11 months or more if Core had let them!
Hell, I'd recommend anything by Charlie Kaufman.
Not to be confused with these Chapman Brothers. Although, TIL....
Not necessarily. If you had enough people sign a petition to the Governor General, you could probably have another election called, or even have the GG ask the NDP if they would like to form the Gov't.
You would need a shitload of signatures though, more than any official petition has even hoped to get, probably around 1/3 the population or ~10M. Before the GG would even consider it.
Our political system isn't as rigid as people think, and the PM isn't as powerful as people think.
Hell, we could get a petition together to tell the GG not to give Royal assent to the Omnibus Crime bill.
r/trees is one of the worst subreddits in the whole community. it's like they promote stupidity, laziness and all of the other negative stereotypes that come with smoking.
I got 1884. My problem was that my screen doesn't display the entire gamegrid, so I didn't get much advance warning on the pieces.
You and your science...
These guys look infinitely less awesome.
Nope. Like the stock market, there are standing orders at various price levels. When a large order comes in, it gobbles up the orders at that level and however many it needs to below it to fulfill the order. This drives the price down (or up, in the reverse case). In this instance, one massive order gobbled up all the standing orders underneath it. The stock market works the same way but this is less likely to happen because the stock market is much more liquid.
There has been a lot of commotion this year with hacker groups attacking various organizations and institutions. It has all been going on in a very public manner, and has even attracted the attention of President Obama.
Given the prevalence of the internet in our society, our daily lives, and our monetary interactions, do you think we are headed towards massive internet legislation aimed at eliminating online anonymity?
^doesn't have the attention span for a 1000-page novel
I was asked to do an AMA when when I responded to THIS POST about Ice Cream trucks earlier.
Almost 20 years ago I saved up money and started a successful ice cream truck business. Ran it for about 4 years. AMA.
EDIT - Wow, didn't think there would be this much interest. I type really fast and I'll try to answer as many questions as possible but don't feel bad if I don't get to you tonight.
EDIT 2 - Thank you all so much for your kind words and interesting questions. I love hearing your memories and jokes. I'm trying to answer all the questions I can, but I have to get some rest. I will answer more tomorrow.
By the way, if you're like me and find this in the morning, see there's hundreds of comments and think "Why fucking bother??" I promise I'll read and answer anything original I haven't answered already because I hate that too.
Can you explain why this isnt a hoax.
So, according to wikipedia, these phenomena are not that rare, 10-20 times a year, and in 1984 up to 15-20 times a WEEK and yet no good photo or video of the phenomena exists. I want to believe its something odd and weird..but come on!
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