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Justin Falcone
"you didn't explain anything, you just described an analogy in terms of a more complex analogy" | they/them
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Justin Falcone 1h
The biggest lies have already been mentioned, so I'll just add: programmers are fungible and don't need any domain knowledge
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tef's roast beef account 18h
prolog is a weird query language but honestly you should see the competition
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Justin Falcone 3h
Replying to @ohhoe
Oh absolutely, I switched to a backend team a couple of months ago and there's just so much more you have to keep in your brain with modern frontend
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Justin Falcone 21h
Replying to @dcousineau
Are you Meeting the Breeds
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Justin Falcone 23h
"Wouldn't it be great if I could use Prolog at work?"
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Justin Falcone Jan 25
Well the good news is that my monkey's paw works
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Justin Falcone Jan 24
Watching "Golden Girls" and wondering when programmers are gonna get into housecoats
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Justin Falcone Jan 24
Replying to @kerrizor
I will defend watching Jersey Shore when it was airing, but the moment has passed
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Justin Falcone Jan 24
Replying to @modernserf
Barclay was susceptible to holo-addiction because of his untreated social anxiety and the impacts on his life that resulted from that; the holodeck *contributed* to that in a vicious cycle, but his recovery ultimately depended on treating his anxiety, not "quitting" the holodeck
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Justin Falcone Jan 24
counterpoint: star trek posits, just as the "rat park" experiment does, that addiction is an escape from painful and unfulfilling lives more than something intrinsic to the drug itself
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No War But Class War Jan 23
My entire contribution to he J*e R*gan discourse: he’s got some atavistic social politics and has given a huge platform to white supremacists, but that’s also a criticism that can be applied verbatim to the NYT
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Justin Falcone Jan 23
Replying to @mcmansionhell
this section on The Sublime from 's article on Brutalism captures my feelings about this film
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Justin Falcone Jan 23
Replying to @sirosenbaum
this is how I discovered the Find My Phone beep is REALLY LOUD when the phone is next to your ear
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Justin Falcone Jan 23
Replying to @quephird
nah, the mortal sin is part of the fun
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Justin Falcone Jan 23
Yeah, there are a bunch; we use aXe
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Justin Falcone Jan 23
Replying to @modernserf
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Justin Falcone Jan 23
Listening to the Flop House episode on Cats and they've pointed out some interesting parallels with Eraserhead and Hausu
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Justin Falcone Jan 23
is a "futurologist" and can probably point you towards others
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Justin Falcone Jan 22
Replying to @modernserf
Prufrock: Origins
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Justin Falcone Jan 22
Replying to @modernserf
Oh, ANOTHER thing nobody seems to be talking about is there's bit of dialogue about having to live out in "the waste lands" -- I think this is meant to tease that CATS is just the first film in the TS Eliotiverse
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