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Djinn and Tonic 👻🥃 Dec 14
I stood silently before Destiny, his aged frame hunched over a giant tome. A quill scratched across the pages as he wrote the future of everyone. "Not you," he intoned, "yours is yet unwritten. Even I cannot tell what lies before you. You are an anomaly."
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Sarah Brentyn Dec 14
I peel back the wrapping, noticing our book has aged. How long since we sat together, creating this life we have? I flip through pages, reading joy and sorrow, stopping just before The End. It is blank. Our future remains unwritten yet smudged with the ink of the past.
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Mazlum Tosun 14h
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Kunjan Dalal 16h
Third day of . Wonderful talks on different topics explaining why is necessity.
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Rêve-Ree Dec 6
The giants sat down for an evening meal in the fresh, open plains of their new home. As the redwoods tickled their ankles, they admired the nearby stars, and reached up and tipped the moon to pour a little moonlight into the teapot for a silvery cup of tea.
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Future Purchasing Dec 11
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OlivierJM Dec 13
Replying to @abednego_mwanza
Completely the opposite here, I hate classes in JavaScript so much and I try as much as I can to use functional approach in most cases. I see JavaScript to be close than
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Lynsey Farnsworth Dec 7
"I don't know where--" His fist slammed on the table between them. "I suggest you rethink that answer. Why die for your pride? Do you think those things out there would do the same for you?" Ellie lifted her chin and fixed him with a hard stare. "I know they would."
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Jenni Anderson Dec 14
The unwritten rules of their game was that each side had to have the opportunity to meet the newcomers and to make their own judgments. As such, Alias Jane would be given her chance without the scrutiny of Greevy, at least at the start.
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Caitlin Keeton Dec 7
She read them a story Tucked them up tight Glass of wine calling Kissed them goodnight They wouldnt settle Started to fight ‘You know if you’re good boys Santa will bring you some toys But only when you’re asleep & don’t make a peep!’ When all else fails Resort to tall tales
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CC and Yanchan Dec 14
However, Cary couldn’t help but think of the unwritten chapter, the one set aside, the one neither she nor Jordie would ever explore. The one with all the what if’s and memories that would never be there. What if? But it was too late for what if’s. That ship sank long ago.
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The Fantasy Plonker Podcast Dec 14
Drawn a dead team the cup. Will be typical when I lose 😂
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Juan Antonio Breña 🇪🇺 17h
Functional programming workshop Excellent repo
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Shara Godwinson Dec 14
"We have an unwritten rule," Kelwyn said, "that we don't interfere in each other's missions. What are you doing Llewellyn?" "Are you saying that you don't want me to rescue you?" "That's not the point. I'm not done yet and you know it."
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paul Dec 14
Knowing her was a thrill. Being a friend and caring was a pleasure. His thoughts and feelings for her we're so strong and he had so much left to declare yet it remained unwritten.
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A.M. Hounchell Dec 14
They never said Now they're dead Why didn't they write Put it in stone, so we didn't fight What were they thinking Now, our hearts are sinking.
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Paper Tiger Dec 14
She would remain Unwritten In a sacred spot Nestled in his head Safely secure between Mommas kisses And the regret no one knows
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Lambda One Dec 10
Workshop: Simplify your code with Type Classes!
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giuliohome2017 Dec 9
Sorry but the main point of C# is the level of maturity of the tools supporting it. We need to stop celebrating F# - not C# - because that's what's really happening. We all want HigherKindedTypes in F# but sadly we still need a CLR implementation of HKT. No ➡️ no
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K.M. Pohlkamp Dec 14
I have always loved cards, the idea of making fortune out of random chaos. It was how I learned to read faces, to see the unwritten emotion in subtle lines. How lips purse or separate. To read the gestures of eyelids and brows that reflect thoughts like mirrors.
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