user202362
12:06 AM
@Braiam I limit the exposure, a small amount of toxin is usually good for health :p

I hit one with a hammer, but it didn't get the reaction I was expecting. Now I'm wondering if any of those cyber monday specials are still going on... — Won't 7 hours ago

Jun 26 at 17:02, by Braiam
well, I personally don't go where I'm not appreciated

user202362
I don't give a damn about what others think, I go where I want to go.

user202362
also my name was mentioned 3 times in the lounge this morning, I wasn't even around

user259867
This looks like a Puzzling problem: how does balpha encode the shape of digits 0-9 in the array `X = [119, 18, 93, 91, 58, 107, 111, 82, 127, 123]`?

user259867
12:15 AM
@SmokeDetector fp-

user259867
> This account is temporarily suspended network-wide. The suspension period ends on Feb 28 '25 at 6:40.

user259867
Hence, shows as reputation 1 and triggers warnings. :/

user202362
most of the users trigger warning here (by smokey) has a rep of 1

user259867
Yes, my point was that normally, even one accepted answer with score of 4 would give 55 points, putting the user beyond Smokey's rep limit.

@NormalHuman 10 year suspension? wow.

user259867
12:16 AM
But he's suspended.

user259867
So, I get that one should look at binary form. Say, 119 is 1110111, representing a shape with a hole (i.e., 0)

user259867
And 8 is written as 127 = 1111111... which means some of the implicit zeros are omitted.

``` * *
* * *
* *```
I'm guessing that's what the bits represent?

user259867
The difference between 8 and 9 is that 9 is represented by 1111011. Hmm.

(which explains the funky-looking 7)
@NormalHuman Oh, then I'm wrong

user259867
12:21 AM
Should I post it as a Puzzling question? :) Don't have much time for solving it myself.

Heh, the folks in PPCG chat might enjoy figuring it out

user259867
For completeness: 0 = 1110111, 1 = 0010010, 2 = 1011101, 3 = 1011011, 4 = 0111010, 5 = 1101011, 6 = 1101111, 7 = 1010010, 8 = 1111111, 9 = 1111011

user202362

user259867
The entire algorithm of running-people countdown is this neat js file, where the aforementioned array encodes the digits that people form.

user202362
12:36 AM
what do you mean by 'running-people countdown'

user259867
6 hours ago, by Doorknob

user202362
that's cool

user259867
A seven-segment display (SSD), or seven-segment indicator, is a form of electronic display device for displaying decimal numerals that is an alternative to the more complex dot matrix displays. Seven-segment displays are widely used in digital clocks, electronic meters, basic calculators, and other electronic devices that display numerical information. == Concept and visual structureEdit == The seven elements of the display can be lit in different combinations to represent the arabic numerals. Often the seven segments are arranged in an oblique (slanted) arrangement, which aids readability. In...

user259867
They are segments, not pixels.

Oh, it's a 7 seg.
that makes sense.

12:40 AM
@NormalHuman Ah.

user202362
that's clearer ...

user259867
1:00 AM
¿You know what #StackOverflow's been missing all these years? Tons and tons of upside-down question-marks! https://t.co/YjKq2hexUz

¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷????????????

[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: Integral of an absolute value function by Breakfast on `math.stackexchange.com`

Critically, not upside-down exclamation-points. That's just overkill.

@SmokeDetector What does breakfast have to do with math?

user259867
@Shog9 Those will be on meta

1:14 AM
⸘‽
¿will es.so take all the q’s it can get?

Couple years too late to shut the barn door once the horses have long gone.
Man, the ago isn’t atrás yet.
Wait, it just changed. Huh?

@tchrist The initial render probably doesn't have it, but the update thingy does

@Doorknob That would explain it. Well, there are always a zillion of those types of things to catch.
@Braiam It’s nice to hear you without the language thing finally.

1:33 AM
@tchrist is my accent that strong?

@Braiam No, you know how to use articles. I can tell you are no Russian. :)

O_O
that's a big assumption!

articles -> articulate
I find myself not wanting to close questions on young sites.
> Cuál es la forma más elegante . . . .

ugh...

And Flimsy has asked a perl question, hurray!

1:43 AM
it looked like an interesting question, but was a traduction of the SO one
I suck so hard at poetry....

user259867
The message ¡Has ganado un nuevo privilegio! is too long and pushes the privilege description down (probably already reported).

nope, not reported
I mean, I haven't reported it yet

user202362
2:06 AM
I had a dream and woke up around 4:30 in the morning because I felt a faint (non existent) tickle/itchiness sensation on my neck. The dream was like this: in the world after some apocalypse event happened (WW III, nuclear event, etc. I don’t know exact what).

user202362
). A young woman in her 20s (let’s call her get J) had to fight for her own survival in a dangerous, dyfunctioning world. Then one evening, she accidently ran into an elderly couple living in an apartment. She was invited to stay there. She had dinner with the couple and was provided surprising abundant fresh food for dinner - in contrast to the food supply outside – mainly canned food or easy to grow things such as potatoes.

user202362
She spent a night in the comfortably cozy spare bedroom. And she took off the second morning. She came back at the night & spent a couple of days this way (don’t ask me for the loophole why the elderly couple allowed her). The elderly treated her as their daughter.

user202362
Soon she discovered that the couple might have another daughter called Charlotte, although she never ran into Charlotte because they always missed each other on the way. But strangely she was starting to find that Charlotte tried to get rid of her by setting traps in the apartment. She avoided a couple of such ‘fatal accidents’.

@TimStone, could you handle [this flag-review on Stack Apps](http://stackapps.com/review/close/4174), please.
Should we allow such sand/litter boxy questions? It's useless clutter, but we're low traffic and we already have semi-mandatory placeholders.
What should our policy be?

user202362
Later a violate man followed J to the apartment and tried to force entry to the apartment, knowing it’s safe inside. After some fight, the old man closed the door. It’s then, he revealed the truth that the apartment was actually a spaceship that can travel through space and time. But the old man, an engineer who was in search to find a way out of this and reach the ultimate safety – a time when this all horrible things died down and people can live safely again.

user202362
2:07 AM
But he wasn’t able to solve the equations and find the solution for this yet. It then dawned on J that the couple was always able to get fresh food because they went back to the period before apocalypse to get food and safely spend the night there. Then it’s revealed that Charlotte lived in an alternative universe (because older couple travel through space time).

user202362
The reason why Charlotte tried to kill J was to ensure Charlotte’s certainty in survival (because that reality then would become the elder couple choice). The end was (I think I was already sort of awake by then): somehow Charlotte disappeared, J & elder couple safely found the ultimate safety, they together with the people already there, starting to re-build a better new world.

user202362
I know it's weird to have a dream like this, that's why I am describing it here :p

@AwesomePoodles mmm, that's a good question. I really wish that we could just fix how that all works, but I don't see that happening any time soon :/

en la red as opposed to en tu madre?
It's a site, web is implied.

2:23 AM
@bjb568 I'm pretty sure the professionals who work at Stack Exchange know more about Spanish than a high school student

user259867
Translation is mostly done by a 3rd party, not by SE employees.

is fairly accurate, and understandable for a seasoned SE user

meh

that's my catchphrase, is even registered!

user259867

user259867
2:28 AM
That's an odd way to abbreviate the site name.

I feel that that was a comment meant for translators

Really now, what’s a few trillion allocations between friends?

user259867
2:45 AM
@TimStone The long-closed Arabic Language site somehow persists in Data Explorer site list... one can even run queries on it, though they don't bring up much.

@Braiam It's inevitable that the same questions will arise.
@NormalHuman Fitting UI elements translated from English into another language is always tough when the sizes are all for English. But I know you know this.
@NormalHuman There's a typo on that page.
I suppose I should post spelling mistakes on meta.

2
I discovered that in my new cameras settings.

@bjb568 No: other sites of ours. The net means the SE net, not just any old sites anywhere.
@JasonC Cat flasher.

It's bjb mode.

À la mode

3:00 AM
I don't like "cola" as translation for "queue"

What might you prefer?

not translating queue?
something like "No hay mas revisiones pendientes"

Ah.
I too often find myself writing the first thing that comes into my head when doing quick translation, and that it takes a reread to realize it should be rephrased instead of so directly translated. This happens all the time at work. But the rewrites are always more natural.

@tchrist Oh, it says our sites? That's different.
@tchrist pila de basura?

@bjb568 Nunca que lo dijese. Pero se entiende.

3:07 AM
¡Esta pila de basura es muy grande! ¡Puedes perder mucho tiempo mirando la basura!
@tchrist eh, ok

@bjb568 Ningún porno castellano en este chato.

chato = flat D:

:)

¿Hay porno castellano?

¿A tu edad? No te lo creas.

3:11 AM

[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer: Recovering deleted photos on internal memory by JieBruce on `android.stackexchange.com` (@AndrewT.)
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer: Recover media after factory reset (One Plus One) by JieBruce on `android.stackexchange.com` (@AndrewT.)

user259867
sd 2tpu-

user259867
Dilemma: to escape or not to escape { } in a regex when the content of { } is not numeric?

@NormalHuman I'd do it, just for consistency

user259867
Yeah, I did it... though `/\\\^\{([aeiou])\}/gi` is kind of painful to read.

3:28 AM
uhh... what are we trying to accomplish again?

@NormalHuman We recently made not doing so illegal so we could open the door to things like \b{w} \b{s} or whatnot (word break, sentence break, etc).

user259867
@Braiam LaTeX syntax for diacritics, like M\"obius for Möbius. Per user request.

3:47 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer, blacklisted user: Photos and music from internal storage got deleted. How to recover them? by JieBruce on `android.stackexchange.com` (@AndrewT.)

user259867
@NormalHuman Well, at least it's not compiled from a string, which would be `"\\\\\\^\\{([aeiou])\\}"`

user259867
And then store that string in JSON...

eeekkkkkkk!

[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: Making it smooth and supple by BrianTamplin on `askubuntu.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Made For Martians Men Require Their Particular Skincare Products by user528597 on `superuser.com`

user259867
4:08 AM

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: The Top Ever Skincare Item Unveiled? by gawerura on `askubuntu.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: All About Skin Care That Is Severe by bartonlee on `askubuntu.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Strategies For Reaching Younger-Searching Skin by Danransyari on `superuser.com`

sd 3tpu0

1. [:4268413] Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
2. [:4268411] Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
3. [:4268409] Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

blegh

user259867
The design of Ask Ubuntu no longer matches the site ubuntu.com because the latter now uses a different font and spacing for the top bar...

4:23 AM
@NormalHuman What do you mean different spacing? The canonical bar was always plush on the Canonical sites..

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: How Can Earn Online money at Home? by RhondaPriestt on `superuser.com`

user259867
@ɥʇǝS It used to match pixel-by-pixel. Surely SE didn't invent the red highlight over "Ask!" on their own; it was on Canonical sites. No longer there.

@NormalHuman It's still there for me..
the red highlight and the red bar at the top.

user259867
Hm. Indeed. I don't know why I didn't see it at first. But still, the Canonical bar is flat, and the font is different.

the font is definitely different (pretty sure that's what makes it look flag).
Dunno if that's something that was different on AU before on not.

4:28 AM
Taking a giant axe to your codebase is very satisfying

on my screen, text isn't aligned

user259867
Or maybe it's SE who changed the font, as a part of LESS refactoring. My post has a screenshot of old SE imitation of that bar.

@NormalHuman huh, yeah, that makes much more sense.

[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title, bad keyword in title, phone number detected in title: LOVE MARRIAGE :: LOVE BACK MOLVI +91-8239828622 INTERCAST LOVE MARRIAGE SPECIALIST BABA JI by Manoj JI on `webapps.stackexchange.com`

4:42 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer: SQL: Select from one table matching criteria in another? by pppppppppppppppppppppp on `stackoverflow.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Nitro Slim 3 Awesome Chest Building Exercises by fondaeverly91 on `stackoverflow.com`

4:56 AM
Sd tpu

@UNICYCLEZRDEBESTINDEHERE [:4268455] Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

@SmokeDetector tpu

@UNICYCLEZRDEBESTINDEHERE Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

5:09 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Some more about this and but a it by Kristy Lugo on `drupal.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Advantages & Disadvantages of making use of BioCore Trim by Jacqueline Bisset on `superuser.com`

sd 2trueu-

It's happening! The 2015 advent calendar!

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Skin Care Ideas To Avoid Wrinkles That Is Developing by user54905 on `drupal.stackexchange.com`

5:25 AM

:D

[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: I was that like orderly within by lkjhuapk on `superuser.com`

@UNICYCLEZRDEBESTINDEHERE [:4268511] Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

user259867
5:37 AM
What happened to the quiet syntax tpu-?

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: The Complete Male Enhancement N Erection Control Formula by jesicaclu on `movies.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: What Does This product Have inside of? by bvcbghjuriyam on `askubuntu.com`

user259867
sd 2tpu-

too lazy for the extra -?

here ya go

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Down the structure from one era to the by rendihabvi on `superuser.com`

5:51 AM
I'm on mobile

user259867
@SmokeDetector tpu-

user259867
Maybe quiet should be the default, and tpu+ used for verbose.
2

user259867
Should it be needed for some reason that I can't think of right now.

[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, offensive body detected, pattern-matching website in body: Conversion is because it's not by suzannesoni on `drupal.stackexchange.com`

5:56 AM
ok, that winter bash thing is freaking cool!

Whatizit
I see people running in it

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Is Garcinia Cambogia Elite a scam? by sriafarnadi on `askubuntu.com`

6:12 AM
sd trueu-

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer, blacklisted website in answer: Modelica - how to implement a constructor for a record by Shikha Srivastava on `stackoverflow.com`

They're using words like "scam" because people are searching for it. They're trying to pull in the skeptical people who would otherwise not be tricked into buying the product.

@LynnCrumbling ok. So definition of stub says alternative code for some other code written somewhere(something like that) and aidl is mainly used for interprocess communication. Now, this makes sense. :)

user259867
sd 2tpu- still better than the regular Workplace questions

6:27 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Online QTP & QC Training by manthena sindhuja on `stackoverflow.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: How To Choose The Best Anti-Aging Cream by joerlong on `drupal.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body, pattern-matching website in body: Improve your performance in the bedroom simply by randalllinda2 on `stackoverflow.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body, pattern-matching website in body: Improve your performance in the bedroom simply by randalllinda2 on `mathematica.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: Improve your performance in the bedroom simply by randalllinda2 on `craftcms.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body, pattern-matching website in body: Improve your performance in the bedroom simply by randalllinda2 on `askubuntu.com`

sd 6trueu-

[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body: Coffee Maker To Get One For Less by syanalizy on `drupal.stackexchange.com`

sd trueu-

6:43 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, repeating characters in answer: display link to a custom plugin in admin menu bar by user84606 on `wordpress.stackexchange.com`

6:54 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: As you walk through the supermarket, try to by Davisline11 on `meta.stackexchange.com`

sd tpu-

7:08 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: BEST SAP FIORI Online Training by dinesh12 on `stackoverflow.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: There will be each week rankings fifa 16 coins by user130016 on `gaming.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer, blacklisted website in answer: Illustrating mathematics by admission essay writing servic on `graphicdesign.stackexchange.com` (@Unihedron)

user259867
sd 3tpu-

[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: Bitmain Antminer U3 keeps going Zombie by Michael Chan on `bitcoin.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: How to get best hashing results antminer s4 by Michael Chan on `bitcoin.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: 10 Things About Java You Must Know by Ian Strom on `askubuntu.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: An individual who is overweight as a child by webcastiglionevwg on `meta.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Where To Find The Night Treatment That Is Proper To Your Skin by tracylproper on `superuser.com`

sd 5trueu-

That spam about Java is hilarious!

[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Miracle Bust is a product specifically? by faithmarc hiohlum on `drupal.stackexchange.com`

7:21 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu-

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer, blacklisted website in answer: Help With Vector Images by thomaselia on `graphicdesign.stackexchange.com` (@Unihedron)

This is very interesting
7

In Chrome, we get get this weirdness > new Date("2014-01-01") - new Date("2014/01/01") < 3600000 And this is because new Date("2014-01-01") Wed Jan 01 2014 01:00:00 GMT+0100 (CET) while new Date("2014/01/01") Wed Jan 01 2014 00:00:00 GMT+0100 (CET) Why do the '-' seem to add 1 hour to ...

@SmokeDetector tpu-

user259867
7:39 AM
@JamesENL Yes, this was going to be my first SO question, a few months back -- but then I read the docs.

user259867
Looks like I missed out on a bundle of rep. :)

I know right

user259867
100, it's 5 for questions.

user259867
Jul 19 at 21:40, by Normal Human
But I welcome having saner parsing rules. The current state of "2015-10-31 is UTC but 2015-11-1 is local" is worse.

Oh right yeah

7:43 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: DATE COMPARISONS USING STORED PROCEDURE by Tunan on `stackoverflow.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: It does slightly company by zonikhan on `drupal.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: wonderful weight reduction achievement permits by noyuha juriya on `superuser.com`

@NormalHuman Maybe this'll be the answer that finally pushes me over the 3k rep mark on SO

7:59 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: what are the best wya to stop hair falling? by beatrizsy on `askubuntu.com`

sd 3tpu-

8:19 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Domain driven design (a sample blog application) by mehaklakhani on `stackoverflow.com`

sd tpu-

[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Post per label hidden/limit Blogger by mehaklakhani on `stackoverflow.com`

8:32 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Elite Garcinia Diet could by Ashley jurya on `superuser.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: shadow mapping acne opengl by user2303826 on `gamedev.stackexchange.com` (@Unihedron)

8:53 AM
@SmokeDetector rpu-
@SmokeDetector tpu-
@SmokeDetector tpu-
@SmokeDetector ignore-

Get a room you two

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: please tell me how to draw a figure with matplotlib like this? thank you。 by feng on `stackoverflow.com`

@rene A little late. :P
Nov 20 at 10:19, by Derpy
Anyway, my focus now is to make them keep the Scribble Hat

what does that 16732 mean? I guess this is a date

9:08 AM
seconds till December, 14th

HATS

THAT^

user202362
WHAT

16731 is the day counted from the 1970-01-01 the 23th december
well it is counting down

You just earned your first secret hat, congrats!

9:10 AM
wohoo :D

user202362
Are you a time traveler?

!!/hats

@rekire HATS ARE AWESOME. Winter Bash will begin in 11 days, 14 hours, 47 minutes and 33 seconds. :D

I would say that are only 4d 15h

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Is a powerful weight reduction approach created by davisjuriya on `stackoverflow.com`

9:15 AM
@rene Minutes. It changes every minute. 16726 minutes = 278 hours = 11,6 days (more or less)

I say seconds. I can't wait that long...

:D

@rene at least you should understand this one :P

Does Jin smoke?

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Best Nature's way Handbook of skin care by veronicalearned on `security.stackexchange.com`

9:21 AM
@Derpy flowers don't have much memory, we still use bank switching...

Also, my se client is dead

@rene You should replace your avatar with Flowey.

[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer: Best way to administer all my passwords by Viggos on `security.stackexchange.com`

> 16711

Reading through the transcript I see all kinds of mentions of ESSO ... and here I thought they were selling fuel.

9:35 AM
Crappy internet. :/

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body, pattern-matching website in body: I'm no doubt that enchantment it's by madentopere on `askubuntu.com`

no room owner around?

Why?

I was thinking of asking them to create a room event as a reminder for the WinterBash
I will probably create one later at the Cube

I guess there are plenty of users around who will remind you :p

9:37 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: please tell me how to draw a figure with matplotlib like this? thank you。 by feng on `stackoverflow.com`

@SmokeDetector why?

@Ϻ.Λ.Ʀ. Title - Position 73-74: 。

Heh

that Chinese dot I guess

9:41 AM
Winter bash starting soon'

[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: How can I overlay a div including an iframe with external source? by Charles on `stackoverflow.com`

@b_jonas They can call it Winterbash. You are supposed to call it "Heartwarming Hat Collection Social"

@Derpy ah yes, that's a good name

[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: What does "@" mean in Windows batch scripts by TheToiletMan on `stackoverflow.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in title, url in title: Face Flash Cream Review | fun-flicks.com/face-flash-cream by koperlulie on `meta.stackexchange.com`
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Open and Close a Simple Popup Window in Chrome Extension by user5629631 on `stackoverflow.com`

sd 3tpu-

9:56 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title, bad keyword in title, pattern-matching website in body: BEST ONLINE INFORMATICA TRAINING? by mintubc on `stackoverflow.com`

@SmokeDetector gone

[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Windows service with timer by dfsd on `stackoverflow.com`

317 must be my lucky number today....

hehe

[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Gantt Chart With reporting services by hapina on `stackoverflow.com`

10:09 AM
（ノT＿T)ノ ＾┻━┻ Coming up with a HW policy is really hard.

┻━┻ ︵ヽ(`Д´)ﾉ︵ ┻━┻

┬─┬ノ( º _ ºノ)

b..b..bart D:

o/

\o
@Bart (/¯◡ ‿ ◡)/¯ ~ ┻━┻

10:14 AM
\...\..\0
¯\(◡ ‿ ◡¯\)

(/¯◡ ‿ ◡)/¯

¯\(◡ ‿ ◡)/¯

[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: Right Machines For Making Coffee by yepeuzfo on `askubuntu.com`

!!/hats?

@UNICYCLEZRDEBESTINDEHERE HATS ARE AWESOME. Winter Bash will begin in 11 days, 13 hours, 41 minutes and 53 seconds. :D

@UNICYCLEZRDEBESTINDEHERE ~</:-)

10:20 AM

[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: We goat lot to research done peacock tax by gemma arterton on `superuser.com`

[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer: owl script not working properly by Your father on `stackoverflow.com`

user202362

10:29 AM
there are also other spam answers for that user
I would like to report them but I cannot^^

user202362
@SmokeDetector tpu

@chmod666telkitty Blacklisted user.

@Bart aww <3
I may get a kitten from some friend soon.

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, phone number detected in title: Love Affair Problem Solution Second Wife+91-8239810997 Problem Solution by pt.anandji on `webapps.stackexchange.com`

I will hug it and squeeze it and call it george.

10:36 AM
Could we turn meta.stackexchange.com/q/174880/222298 "Are image and link description text indexed by search engines or SE's built-in search functionality?" to a ?

[ SmokeDetector ] Phone number detected in title: turbotax phone number @#1-855-749-1338 by jackmarten on `askubuntu.com`

> 16639

@Ϻ.Λ.Ʀ. only about 11 days to go.

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, pattern-matching website in body: will repay me the following day by Eugenejurim on `stackoverflow.com`
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@SmokeDetector Facepalm

10:52 AM
@SmokeDetector why

@S.L.Barth Title - All in caps

Ah, of course. Should have paid more attention to the report itself... I was wondering which words in the post could have tripped Smokey.

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But really? Should I post an identical question as a feature request? Or propose an edit of that one to make it a feature request?

@SmokeDetector tpu-

10:54 AM
Does anybody know if the Logitech Mouse driver software is vapor-ware?

No idea, sorry.

I would never install a driver from the manufacture when the device runs find and without issues

@rene . . . Vapor? Where is it you're working? :)

It pretends you can tweak the functions of all the buttons and wheels it has, but in practice it doesn't change any of the behavior it did before I clicked Apply

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11:07 AM
@rene what mouse do you have? I have a G602, and the software for that works fine. But it's the gaming series.

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@SmokeDetector gone

I got thor mouse from dragon war company..
..just sayin..

@Bart an M500

Hmm, that uses different software than what I have

11:16 AM
@Bart I basically want the mousehwheel to not respond to wheel,swiffle or click so I put that to No Operation (Niets doen) but it still scrolls if touch the wheel. inb4 I already rebooted...

Ah no, you're right.
Just tried it with my M570. Do nothing does nothing

On hindsight that might be correct ;)

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!!/alive

@PeterJ Watching this endless list of new questions never gets boring

11:24 AM
!!/amiprivileged

@rekire No, you are not a privileged user.

!!/amiprivileged

@PeterJ Yes, you are a privileged user.

Not sure why the above report didn't work?

no idea I could never try it^^

11:26 AM
just translated

@PeterJ flagged as rude/abusive

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user202362
sd 2tpu

1. [:4269022] Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
2. [:4269021] Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
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(ps. Anybody want to give me access to Smokey so I could report that stuff properly?)

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I seek your advice on my complicated story, i come from an Arab family, Muslim and happy to be so. Since a young age, I knew I had a different mind set then my friends and family, to make it short, I never believed in our culture.. Especially when it comes to marriage.. Never saw myself marrying...

off-topic?

How would I know?

user202362
Gosh, I could almost smell of the smoke in the lounge again. Why couldn't people just lay low for a day or two?

11:57 AM
lol that looked like the words of a kitty :3
oh wait...

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