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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola
Label. Another label. This label implies a familial bond. This other label is designed to impress you. Something about faith. Something meant to sound geeky.
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Hillel Apr 20
One of my most controversial software opinions is that your sleep quality and stress level matter far, far more than the languages you use or the practices you follow. Nothing else comes close: not type systems, not TDD, not formal methods, not ANYTHING. Allow me to explain why.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 20
Replying to @idislikegabo
Absurdamente bueno. Casi sabe a queso.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 19
Replying to @idislikegabo
Inmamables.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 19
Replying to @Arturo_Ulises
CABRÓN. Ayer mismo me encontré con un conocido que me dijo lo mismo. 😍
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Chromatic Apr 18
Anyone else using to keep composer files up-to-date? It sure was nice, after yesterday's core security update, to let Violinist create the PR for us automatically. - MM
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 18
Replying to @agarzola
So forgive me if I’m not ecstatic about throwing cheap electric scooters into the mix. (Or don’t; I don’t give a shit.) Forget whether they’ll litter our streets, my concern is that people riding these things will likely become another menace for pedestrians to contend with.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 18
Replying to @agarzola
What I’m getting at is that our problem is not whether cyclists are wreckless around pedestrians or drivers are inconsiderate of, well, everyone. No, our problem is that everyone acts like everyone else is a nuisance to them. We’re too self-centered, and not self-aware enough.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 18
Replying to @agarzola
I told one such asshole to ride on the road after he nearly clipped my wife zipping past us on a narrow sidewalk. He yelled back, “There’s no bike lane here!” This fucking dickhead. Like that makes it acceptable for him to ride wrecklessly mere inches away from pedestrians.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 18
Replying to @agarzola
Drivers and cyclists in this town are two sides of the same self-important asshole. Cyclists barreling down the sidewalk and acting annoyed at pedestrians who just can’t seem to get out of their way fast enough is a common sight in our city, and frankly I’m fucking sick of it.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 18
Replying to @agarzola
Chattanooga doesn’t have a car culture problem as much as it has an everybody-needs-to-get-out-of-my-way problem. Sure, drivers act like they own the road, but cyclists act like they own the sidewalk, treating pedestrians like they’re annoying obstacles.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 18
When I rode my bike everywhere (on the roads, mind you), I used to think drivers in this town were terrible. Then I started walking everywhere and realized everybody in this town is terrible.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 18
Cyclists barreling down the sidewalk, etc.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 18
My kingdom for a premium version of ’s Blackout without all the ads. They pull me right out of the story and I find it detrimental to the listening experience. I’d gladly pay for an ads-free version.
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Chromatic Apr 16
You can and you should read the latest post by Chromatic's . Design focus states like you give a damn! - MM
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getify Apr 15
Replying to @getify
That effort in optimizing would be better invested in code readability than in trying to eek out a few microseconds based on some implementation detail of a JS engine. Code readability will save many orders of magnitude more time over the lifetime of your code base.
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Samantha Joel Apr 13
This twitter account calls out press releases of studies on mice that discuss the studies as if they were performed on humans. I feel like it has the potential to become a phenomenon.
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Dan Crenshaw Apr 12
Just so we are clear on basic notions of reality: When someone calls out a public official for things they said, it is not endangering their life or inciting violence. Claiming otherwise is just an attempt to silence your critics.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 13
This is obscene. Anybody who thinks this is what law enforcement needs should not be involved in law enforcement.
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Sal the Agorist Apr 11
You know society is backwards when revealing a war crime is more dangerous than committing one.
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Alfonso Gómez-Arzola Apr 12
Replying to @CathyYoung63
It’s as if correcting the record was an attempt to justify someone’s actions or agreeing with what someone says. Intellectual honesty doesn’t even register.
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