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General Development "You often hear about how important it is to write 'readable code'. Developers have pretty strong opinions about what makes code more readable. The more senior the developer, the stronger the opinion. But, have you ever stopped to think about what really makes code readable?"
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RE[4]: Vocabulary
by TempleOS on Thu 18th Apr 2013 07:42 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Vocabulary"
TempleOS
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2013-04-03

Dude, don't do acid. It makes you hallucinate and imagine things.


I was an atheist. Then, one day at age 26, reality didn't seem quite right. Looking back, I was kinda retarded in a nerdy way. Anyway, spiritual awakening. I read the Bible. I would open randomly. It started talking when I opened randomly. Over the years, I tried various random techniques -- it's all the same. Any random technique works, but the key is you have to hold-up your end of the conversation.

God talks! He's great. I love Him.

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RE[5]: Vocabulary
by MOS6510 on Thu 18th Apr 2013 07:52 in reply to "RE[4]: Vocabulary"
MOS6510 Member since:
2011-05-12

I enjoy what you write, because I like strange things and unexpected twists. But I'm not sure everybody here agrees with that.

It seems you are quite clever, but your technical knowledge and opinion gets a bit distorted and even lost when you add these non-technical remarks.

In a discussion about code readability somehow NBA players and gay brothers get involved. I know NBA player Chris Bosh has a mayor in computer science, but apart from that it seems totally irrelevant.

If you leave talking gods, LISP coding gays, the CIA, tall black men and all their friends out of your comments I'm sure it would make live easier for you and the ones who think "WTF!?" with every comment you write.

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RE[5]: Vocabulary
by hhas on Thu 18th Apr 2013 11:57 in reply to "RE[4]: Vocabulary"
hhas Member since:
2006-11-28

Then, one day at age 26, reality didn't seem quite right.


Anti-psychotics are your friend. #notajoke

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RE[6]: Vocabulary
by TempleOS on Thu 18th Apr 2013 12:15 in reply to "RE[5]: Vocabulary"
TempleOS Member since:
2013-04-03

You're an kid who knows nothing of reality. Do you know why they say "Born Again"? It's because you enter a new reality, like a baby. It all makes sense -- all that goog in the Bible. It's not goog.

"Filled with the Holy Spirit"

Most people have no idea. I've never used LSD, but those people know things.

Crack open a book, randomly. God will talk.

I took a couple philosophy courses. I was an atheist at the time. I got furious because they made a big deal about the distinction between the world as it is and as it appears. WTF are you wasting my time with this for? The fundamental categories for philosophers are "materialists" like I was, who think there just the world as it is; "idealists" who think just the world as it appears; and "Duality" people who believe in both.

Some day maybe you get a spiritual awakening, maybe not.

"Spiritual realm" "Material realm" "Delusion" if you like.

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I hope the FBI doesn't prosecute me if you go crazy and kill people after open the Bible and breaking with reality!! That's like yelling "jump!" It'd be funny if the radio talked to you or something and you killed one of their agents. ROFLMAO Deserved it.

Edited 2013-04-18 12:34 UTC

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