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Craig Hockenberry
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Craig Hockenberry 4h
Wait, are Emoji legal in identifiers? (Unicode, so yes.)
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Craig Hockenberry 4h
Replying to @BigZaphod
It’s not.
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Replying to @SwiftOnSecurity
You can use zero width Unicode to do steganography. Including, ironically enough, in Swift source code.
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Louis D'hauwe May 18
Some asshole downloaded OpenTerm from GitHub, changed the tint color and icon, and put it in the App Store PAID
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Craig Hockenberry May 18
CAN DUPLEX CALL A BURNER
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Craig Hockenberry May 18
WHERE DO I HOOK UP MY BIT COIN RIG TO THE LARGE HARD ON COLLIDER
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Craig Hockenberry May 18
Replying to @gte @RebeccaSlatkin
It’s the after-workout workout.
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Replying to @film_girl @schwa
Let’s follow up in a group DM.
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Replying to @yaykyle
YEAH I HAD A FEW BEERS AND TOOK A LEAK
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Replying to @chockenberry
Here's the Soulver document I used to work this all out:
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Replying to @chockenberry
Another way to look at it: the area of all land on Earth is 57,505,694 square miles. If you scraped a half a foot of earth off all land, you'd get the 2.6 inch displacement. That's a lot of fucking rocks.
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Replying to @chockenberry
The distance from Los Angeles to New York is 2,797 miles. Mo Brooks can dig a trench that's a mile deep and a mile wide along Interstate 80 and he'd have half the rocks needed. He'd have to dig another trench back to LA to get the rest.
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Replying to @chockenberry
But remember we've got a big area to cover; that 2.6 inches represents a volume of 23,900 km^3 (or 5,734 cubic miles.) We're going to need a lot of rocks to displace that much volume.
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Replying to @chockenberry
In the period from 1993 to 2014, the global ocean level rose 2.6 inches. Doesn't seem like much, right?
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Replying to @chockenberry
The area of the ocean's on Earth is 361,900,000 km^2 (or 139.7 million sq miles.) That's a lot of water.
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Let's throw a little math at Mo Brooks' rocks:
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Craig Hockenberry May 17
Replying to @hotdogsladies
WEIRD LOOKING DRESS
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Craig Hockenberry May 16
Replying to @gruber
HE WAS PRETTY GOOD IN THE LAST STAR TREK TO
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Craig Hockenberry May 16
Replying to @drwave
It’s much nicer if you get out of the city: Genoa is a major port, but beautiful beaches are nearby. Italian Riviera to the southwest, Cinqueterre to the east.
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Manton Reece May 16
Twitter executing on 2012 vision:
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