Meme-ing our way through

Excuuuuse me, i feel that “the problems aren’t mine” of reading fiction very deeply :rofl: ouch. Also they’re generally somewhat straightforward to solve and it’s not ME who has to solve them

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You nerds probably would like this.

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Yes, but are they thanking the strippers, Mom and Dad, or their parents, the Pope and Mother Teresa? (I might possibly have unnecessarily strong opinions on Oxford commas)

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Seriously if you’re gonna be pedantic use the Oxford comma too!

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I looked at this 3 times before noticing they didn’t put the second comma in the second.

Which is I guess what @kenner is getting at…

Anyway thanks, I hate it!

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Yeah but…this is from the government style guide. So they’re aiming for clarity not pedantry.


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(ETA let the record show I do know some smart pitbulls, but they’re def lil goobers even when they’re smart)

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I took dense to mean physical dense (compress that mf’er)

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Oh I meant the last line. “Make it stupid also”

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Relevant to several folks on here right now.

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When did programs become apps? Is a program an app? Is there a difference? Am I in the cloud yet?

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I can’t wait for the next update to teams: Teams_new_final_final

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I think we can blame the iPhone. Though I think they were sometimes called applications before but only became shortened to apps post iPhone

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I actually remember it with Facebook too, wayyyy back in the day. The “Farmville app” etc.

I feel old.

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My work laptop still insists on starting “Classic Teams” every morning only for me to get booted out and restarted into NeW TeAmS within 30 seconds. :roll_eyes:

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Follow up

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