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12:02 AM
@hichris123 That's not a separate animation, it's just the same animation that gets interrupted when the server says your vote was bad.
@Doorknob Well, I like it anyway. :P
12:17 AM
Why is perl spelled pearl? Perl is spelled perl.
@bjb568 Today in "Thoughts from bjb"
Ooh, this should be a daily segment!
> Describe Kino the main character.
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: Loading from External SD / Saving to ExtSD by Victoria on android.stackexchange.com
12:32 AM
@SmokeDetector ignore
@hichris123 Post ignored; alerts about it will no longer be posted.
Mmm... spam? superuser.com/questions/909140/… @Yes thoughts?
@hichris123 copied from here: itmakesyourage.com/windows/…
opened it up in chrome to see it without adblock, yeah it's crappy
flagged spam
@hichris123 But what is that .EXE file they're talking about?
12:39 AM
@Yes SpamExe.exe? I dunno.
@Frank ^^ :o
It's coming for you, Frank, and for your friends, too.
@hichris123 Looks like a built in thing in MS Office, support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/287497
Hmm, so not spam?
I'm fairly sure this is spam, though: stackoverflow.com/a/28599969/2581872
12:44 AM
@hichris123 Not certain, it does pitch a commercial product later: clintboessen.blogspot.in/2013/03/…
@hichris123 I'm fairly sure general hardware and software, so it's kinda moot.
The answer is plagiarized from here, minus the images and plus a spammy link. — Yes 1 min ago
So, I did flag.
12:47 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: 2 Dimensional Arrays in C++ by user180572 on programmers.stackexchange.com
@JasonC I could watch this all day
@bjb568 Hey, I'm surprised you actually know that song.
Q: Two math educators getting different answers to the same question

The Chaz 2.0Yesterday I was tutoring a student, and the following question arose (number 76): My student believed the answer to be J: square. I reasoned with her that the information given only allows us to conclude that the top and bottom sides are parallel, and that the bottom and right sides are congru...

this is horrible
partly because of the compression artifacts in the image, partly because people are wrong
Not possible. This is the internet.
@James These things are pretty cool too: youtube.com/watch?v=BVAeWmODoj8
12:56 AM
I failed my reading test today.
Nice jorb!
That post I was "fairly sure" was spam?
It's surely spam.
Wait, or is it?
@tchrist I meant IRL people
stackoverflow.com/questions/28500455 general hardware / software
@hichris123 What was on it?
12:57 AM
All those spam flags but only two CVs. Disappointed.
Wait, no, the user actually has legitimate answers.
... so is it spam?
@bjb568 "Identify what spam is"
I felt spammed, so yeah, it's spam.
@JasonC You were spammed? Your intestines were spammed? Your brain was spammed? Your knees? Your eyes? Ears?
12:59 AM
@hichris123 Everything. In that order.
mah toz
!bjb my toes
me toez [translated]
1:01 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: Lumia 925 won't connect to cellular network by Maria T Guerrero R on windowsphone.stackexchange.com
Sorry @bjb, your bot disagrees.
both work
@SmokeDetector NAA, it seems.
oh whoops flagged abuse, my hand slipped
Hm… this is interesting. Should it be required that stupidpeople be provided information to make bad decisions? I don't see the reason in having personal freedom just for the sake of it.
At least, not for stupidpeople.
1:19 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: Desmond's Family Tree Assassins Creed by Shizzz on gaming.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Yes Blacklisted user.
> Although the morning was young, the hazy mirage was up. The uncertain air that magnified some things and blotted out others hung over the whole Gulf so that all sights were unreal and vision could not be trusted; so that sea and land had the sharp clarities and the vagueness of a dream.
sooooopah haze!
Is it legitimate to consider the user's nails when deciding how to vote on their question? math.stackexchange.com/questions/1290413/…
1:34 AM
1:44 AM
@SmokeDetector fp
@Yes Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
but which error was it?
Oh, huh, instagram is actually down.
... you're using Instagram?
Just for stalking.
1:54 AM
And to vent frustration, knowing that nobody will read it.
ooh yay, I have moar starz
Can we just perma-kick the kitteh?
@JanDvorak but he brightens up my mornings
it makes me happy to know that on the opposite side of the world there is someone as insane as I am
that is a thing that I want
1:56 AM
A symbol of disfunctionality.
isinstagramdown.com disagrees, but isup.me and isitdownrightnow.com/instagr.am.html confirm instagram is down.
@hichris123 YES
2:12 AM
@Yes What would they say?
It's back up BTW.
At least we can get our fill of fake HDR and bad mobile camera app filters again.
Cats look like all predators look: with binocular vision for fine depth perception.
@JasonC hush
2:22 AM
@tchrist Like that?
Uh… sounds about right.
Within margin of error.
I think that was from an smbc strip, I don't remember, um...
That's fine trinocular night vision. Why does kitty have an extra eye?
!xkcd find cats
2:28 AM
@bjb Find the volume of the solid generated by rotating the area between the curves around the y-axis.
integral from bottom of first to intersection of inverse of bottom curve squared dy plus integral from intersection to top of inverse of top curve squared dy all times pi
Haha, I really want air travel achievements now:
Sound barrier?
That's just inefficient there.
What kind of 737 goes at the speed of sound anyway?
2:32 AM
You can't get the achievement in that kind of plane. bjb smart question attempt fail.
People don't understand how dupes work...
Why was this marked as a duplicate? "This question has been asked before and already has an answer". Um no. The dupe links to an unanswered question that is over a year old. How is that supposed to help anyone? — NathanOliver yesterday
@BenVoigt I didn't know that! It's academic now: the "other" question has been closed :) — GreenAsJade 3 hours ago
Not like it really matters; it'll stay there anyway until someone notices it... and then wait 6-8 weeks for implementation.
What a stupid comment discussion.
If I use Google for my SE login, is it possible to also add an OpenID login to the same account?
Actually root question is: What's the path of least resistance to authenticating for playing with SE WebSockets if I'm using Google for login on my account?
2:43 AM
I was suck.
I tried to read the pearl.
I could just answer the questions without reading the whole thing.
people-who-like-learning problems
@bjb568 Pearl pleasant to princes' pleasure
Pearl (Middle English: Perle) is a late 14th-century Middle English poem by an unknown author. With elements of medieval allegory and dream vision genre, the poem is written in a North-West Midlands variety of Middle English and highly—though not consistently—alliterative; there is a complex system of stanza linking and other stylistic features. A father, mourning the loss of his "perle [pearl]", falls asleep in a garden; in his dream he encounters the 'Pearl-maiden'—a beautiful and heavenly woman—standing across a stream in a strange landscape. In response to his questioning and attempts to obtain...
That's it, 35K on math... the end of reputation-based privileges. The game is won. What to do now?
3:08 AM
@Yes You must use the Jewel of Judgment to walk your own Pattern now, Prince Corwin, and create a new reality.
With the Unicorn's blessing, all things are possible. She is, after all, your grandmother.
@SmokeDetector fp
@Yes Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
are 500rep users questions ever suppose to end up in triage? stackoverflow.com/review/triage/8129267
Perhaps if they get flagged as low quality?
Yes, all VLQ flags on questions now go to Triage.
3:17 AM
@JanDvorak or i guess could be because that user has bad q-score to threshold meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/278380/… , so his questions go there..
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because Spam — Martin Konecny 46 secs ago
answer gone
@Martin Konecny: But have you flagged it as spam? Nope, you haven't. In fact, if you had flagged it, this post would have been deleted by now. But no, I have to go through the trouble of adding my own flag before destroying the user. — BoltClock ♦ 51 secs ago
@boltclock but it wasn't necessarily spam till the answer was posted
3:27 AM
Poor Bolt
@HoboSapiens, @Roombatron5000 There's no point in closing spam.
@JanDvorak except, you know, wasting the CV
@JanDvorak yea, did it before answer was left though ,but yea your right
> Every time I read another OpenID/Google-related MSE posts and web site, a few more drops of my brain drip out my ears. meta.stackexchange.com/questions/256776/…
> Show how Kino has been affected by greed?
How is that a question?
3:34 AM
It's not?
It is not a question. It is a demand.
> In case any of you regex engines are wondering, ...
too rude?
too huh.
Delimited continuations are confusing.
@Yes had to make room for all the power going in his head since ro'd
3:38 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: Why is my computer so slow s: by 0x2B on superuser.com
I must say – these pearl questions are really well written.
Then again, I doubt it was my english teacher who wrote them.
@bjb568 tchrist must of wrote them
*must have
3:40 AM
Q: It wont work someone please help

KierstanI recently had an iphone 4 but gave it to my sister when I got my IPhone 5c and I hooked it up to the same stuff but when I try to play the sound on Find my IPhone it doesnt even pop up as one of my devices. What should I do? someone please help me

I bestow upon you the Annual Award for Excellence in Title Writing
Note to teachers: Write questions that encourage logical thot, are easy to understand and answerable in no more than a few sentences, and take as a whole no longer than 4h.
Could also work as a spam title
@nsn The smallest tip is actually $0.01 - in US custom this is the most extreme criticism of a waitperson, and is akin to directly saying "I left this penny just to let you know I didn't forget to leave a tip - you really treated us that terribly" - it's not far from "screw you". Out of easily thousands of visits to restaurants in my lifetime in the US I've maybe had reason to do this...once, twice maybe? <15% of a bill is considered a somewhat low tip, with 15% meaning "you were adequate" and 20%+ being "you did a great job, I'm leaving you more than social custom requires". — BrianDHall yesterday
Internet discussions of tipping are fascinating.
3:41 AM
@bjb568 Which accurately mirrors all problems encountered in the workplace.
In here the standard is 5-10%
@Roombatron5000 That's sort of awful
Not much literary analysis in the workplace…
@AlexisKing It is - he forgot about the mill
I carry around mills just for situations like that
3:43 AM
@bjb568 Your failure to understand the purpose of the things that are being taught to you is mind boggling.
Just do your homework. Then, you'll be smarter later for reasons that you will not be able to explain. It will work out.
I'm saying it's not supposed to mirror the workplace. It's supposed to… like… encourage learning.
@JasonC To be fair, he's probably already in the 99th percentile for intelligence out of the world population of kittehs.
You could argue that most workplace activities are much more mundane than highschool english homework.
Anyway, quit distracting me.
@AlexisKing Only 68th for those that wear sunglasses.
@bjb568 It's also supposed to exercise your ability to effectively use illogical thought and processes.
3:45 AM
@Undo won zee squore!
I want to see bjb read zen kōans
Doesn't need to compute. Just do it. Then you'll blow the minds of your fellow programmers some day with your ability to see things in ways they can't.
With slit pupils, you mean?
In statistics, the standard score is the (signed) number of standard deviations an observation or datum is above the mean. Thus, a positive standard score indicates a datum above the mean, while a negative standard score indicates a datum below the mean. It is a dimensionless quantity obtained by subtracting the population mean from an individual raw score and then dividing the difference by the population standard deviation. This conversion process is called standardizing or normalizing (however, "normalizing" can refer to many types of ratios; see normalization (statistics) for more). Standard...
3:48 AM
Go teach Bing bjb.
A: How do I add a Google OpenID login?

Shog9You don't. Google dropped support for OpenID on April 20th. Presumably they thought this was a great way to celebrate Hitler's birthday. You can still log into Stack Exchange using Google because we rigged up something to support OAuth - "The New Hotness™" - behind the scenes. It looks like Ope...

@bjb568 68th percentile does not have a z-score of 1 on a standard normal dist
@bjb Look at it this way: If you do some physical activity, which muscles get the sorest? The weakest ones you used. Now, if you have to do some literary criticism assignment and you really can't stand the assignment, why can't you stand it? What makes it annoying for you to complete? Whatever it is that annoys you is the weakest part of your current mental tool set. Every time you do something you don't want to do, you learn a little more about how to deal with whatever bothers you about it.
You're training a rather complicated neural net here. You may not even realize what you are learning.
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: When is it appropriate to use "see you later"? by ronalie torrres on english.stackexchange.com
@Undo Oh, 84% does. Whoops.
3:49 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: When is it appropriate to use "see you later"? by ronalie torrres on english.stackexchange.com
@JasonC or just making myself more and more averse to ever learning those skills
while gaining nothing
@bjb568 You think that, but you learn something every time, even if it's a few levels more meta than you can identify.
@bjb568 it does match the area in a standard normal dist within 1 stddev from the mean, that's probably where you remember that number from
@JasonC meh
3:52 AM
@Undo yes, 32% outside that band, 16% on each side, 84% on the left of 1 std dev
@Andy voted
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title, bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, phone number detected: <$$$> 1 844 332 7016 <$$$> YAHOO PASSWORD RECOVERY PHONE NUMBER USA CANADA by Alexjender smith on stackoverflow.com
@Andy nb4 @hic "y no one votez on my reqs"
3:54 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Undo Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
> Every time I read another OpenID/Google-related MSE post or web site, a few more drops of my brain drip out my ears. I don't know how to put all the information together.
@JasonC I think OAuth is even worse.
There is no escape.
20 mins ago, by Roombatron5000
@Yes had to make room for all the power going in his head since ro'd
@AlexisKing I don't care what's better or worse I just want to authenticate programmatically with anything that ultimately gets me a chat room fkey. It doesn't matter what it is. But I'm confusing the absolute crap out of myself because I know nothing about any of this.
3:58 AM
> He had said: "I am a man," and that meant certain things to Juana. It meant that he was half insane and half god.
@JasonC A web view with SE inside?
@JasonC This does feel horribly icky in ways I don't want to think about for too long.
@JasonC ChatExchange does it in headless Python.
I still have no idea what it does, but it works
@AlexisKing I know.
This makes way more sense. I think I blurred OAuth and OpenID. An SE OpenID serves my purposes perfectly too, but I tried the Google path because, philosophically, doing this feels like murdering a puppy to me. Is that still the way to add an SE OpenID login to an account, or has an "Add SE OpenID" button been invented somewhere yet? — Jason C 4 mins ago
Yeah, that's how I got to that answer.
> But I'm confusing the absolute crap out of myself because I spent all my time making fun of web programmers and now I know nothing about internet technologies.
4:01 AM
I know, right?
Who'd have thought making fun of people using this newfangled "internet" thing would come back to bite you, huh?
Q: Did they say "hand job" in the 1800's?

ljsDid they say "hand job" in the 1800's? I was watching an episode of Deadwood, and they just said it.

@Roombatron5000 THE PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW!
The graphic Shog posted in that answer applies so hard.
Haha, oh man.
@Roombatron5000 uh… noice?
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: craving and forced me to eat less? by myeradevis on drupal.stackexchange.com
It's still like that, @JasonC. Unless that broke, in which case may god have mercy on your soul. — Shog9 ♦ 2 mins ago
It's hopeless.
blacklist candidate ketone ?slim no word boundaries.
4:12 AM
could see some FPs on chem.se
The irony.
@JanDvorak with slim?
@bjb568: How to answer a question on DD? There's only a commenting feature.
4:15 AM
much fewer, but still technically possible
zero results for ketone slim or ketoneslim, on a site that's 3 years old.
fine then
4:34 AM
I really hate this site (sorry @Doorknob!), but this answer is amazing. puzzling.stackexchange.com/a/15198/2527
@Unihedron Step 1: Implement answering
Or do my hw for me so I can impement myself :p
Finished the homework BTW.
All of it.
I'm so proud of myself.
And I've learned a lot. About literature, about teaching, about time management…
4:57 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in body: Crontab not showing the expected file by kiran bbnl on askubuntu.com
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: BUYOUT LICENSE PRICING by Spooch on photo.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: This road meanders gently across new ground by katejoye5 on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: Teaspoons every individual every by teen umad on superuser.com
@SmokeDetector my new favorite spam title
blacklist candidate writeversity.com from ^
SPAM meta.stackexchange.com/a/253715/259867 same user, a month old.
Went undetected for a month because nobody wants to look at a question titled "Authentication with google as well as direct login"
> I´ve used two-factor authentication for some time. Stoped using because the ‘turn around’ with external services for Gmail on smartphone and tablet, or apps that uses Google account, like external RSS readers for Google Reader(thesis writing service). Made several application-specific password and renew them from time to time. It wasn’t the best hobby.
5:27 AM
blacklist candidate: replace male enhancement with (male|penis).{0,1}(enhancement|enlargement)
5:39 AM
@SmokeDetector gone
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Erases all the unwanted aging signs from your skin by dirpurxhk mcrk on drupal.stackexchange.com
blacklist candidate goldenhealthreview.com
5:55 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: average of last 3 consecutive value in crystal report by shb on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: need to get the command information over ssh and the input from file by user2688372 on unix.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Is Le Jeune skin serum has all natural ingredients? by mathejense on superuser.com
6:16 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@James Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
Hmmm, no stars, I need to be funnier
I'm so happy :)))))
@bjb568 geez why would you deploy the Q&A section with only the asking feature?
Is this too broad? stackoverflow.com/q/30312601/3622940 (I think it is)
6:53 AM
blacklist candidate healthcaresdiscussion.com
@Yes gone
@Unihedron I'd say thats a damn good effort for a first question
@James You mean the editors did a good work at patching up?
and he has an answer, so the problem seems clear enough
looking at the edit history, the editors that aren't the OP only did formatting changes
@SmokeDetector fpu
7:02 AM
@James Registered answer as false positive and whitelisted user.
I don't reject how they made honest effort.
I'm not asking that.
spam superuser.com/q/917032/172747 still standing
you're asking if it's on topic or not
well, I'd say yes, because it contains the code in question along with the regex, some sample data and a problem statement
Maybe I'm just in a charitable mood
In that case, I'd like to hear if anyone else has opinions on the matter.
I dunno if regex questions fall under the typo close reason, but that'd set a very dangerous precident
7:06 AM
@Unihedron IIRC in general there was an answer on Meta stating down vote on bad but answerable questions, no need to close them ...
@SmokeDetector tpu
@James Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
Today's xkcd comic:
7:33 AM
blacklist candidate iDealshare.net (I I thought I would have added some time ago, had a couple of those)
is the "metal crowns poking through the skin on their head" a reference to something?
this is still alive
7:55 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: Did they say "hand job" in the 1800s? by ljs on english.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector fp
@AlexisKing Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@SmokeDetector fp
@AlexisKing Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@SmokeDetector tpu
@James Blacklisted user.
Send help, stop. ... Only decaf, stop. ... Won't make it to end of day, stop. ...
To Whom It May Concern, STOP
Ambulance Dispatched with emergency IV caffeine supplies STOP
Use Sparingly STOP
Don't stop FULL STOP
Till you get enough STOP
8:38 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: How do I fix clipping distortion in my audio recording? by brent on sound.stackexchange.com
@InfiniteRecursion NAA
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: how will it weight loss and fat problem by Evonny Johnson on drupal.stackexchange.com
@InfiniteRecursion Yesh.
Lots of these answers are present on SO :(
Indeed. :/
9:11 AM
Sorry, I admit that I use here a lazy way. I shall study your links... — jacouh Oct 4 '13 at 18:33
in Java on Stack Overflow Chat, 2 hours ago, by aioobe
Now this is why I'm saying SO is a shitty place some times. If the questioner doesn't spoon feed you with something that's really easy to answer, the post gets downvoted. Of course the questioner shouldn't make it harder than it needs to be, but some people put ZERO effort into trying to understand what's being asked before they downvote and move on.
needs social justice warriors ^
9:26 AM
hmm I agree
@Mooseman cc-by-sa 3.0
Somebody please try it :p
@Mooseman bump
2 mins ago, by Infinite Recursion
user image
@InfiniteRecursion What to do?
@Unihedron Downvote and flag as NAA
@InfiniteRecursion that's odd, think it could possibly be a bug where it overwrites the answer content with the placeholder? That bug happened before for question titles
@DarkAshelin Maybe..not sure :-?
9:58 AM
@DarkAshelin better safe than sorry - it's happened with ˢᵗᵃᶜᵏᵇᵒᵗ before

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