Whoever made the decision to create software for web services where the end result would be “you can change this image as many times as you want but this cache will never invalidate, it’ll be jammed forever unless you change ALL OF THE FILENAMES to trick the caching server” should be kicked in the shins
Hope for Erik: if Steelers D/ST gets more than 2 points tomorrow night, he can win his matchup against me this week, an impressive and initially improbable outcome.
Not so much hope: That unit has scored 2 or less points in four of the six games so far this year. On the other two occasions, they faced Carolina (with the injured version of Cam Newton) and Jacksonville. Tomorrow night’s opponent is Houston.
The French certify some foods as “AOC,” or appellation d’origine contrôlée, which translates as “controlled designation of origin.” Because of the AOC certification, only wine from the Bordeaux region can be called Bordeaux, and sparkling wine made in Italy is called prosecco — not champagne, which must come from the Champagne region of France.
We should adopt a similar system in the United States for foods like America’s answer to Bordeaux, better known as Buffalo sauce.
Are you a cis straight white dude with feelings? Congratulations, you’re more important than literally everyone else in the entire world. Your right to do whatever the fuck you want with total impunity is more important than everyone else’s everything else.
except carry a wiffle bat on the subway. That’s not on the impunity list apparently
It’s good that we all have people who we look up to who are smart and accomplished and fairly eloquent (though I will tell you that being eloquent is not the kind of “skill” that everyone thinks that it is), but all things considered, why do people pick heroes who end up sounding like Eeyore in their social media feeds? Sad is a valid mood but a terrible aesthetic
Something I want to say no matter how absurd it sounds: There’s a pretty good chance that the next 20 years of my life will be generally basic or non-notable, and I’ve got nothing on deck that’s going to surely make me a big deal, but I have a vague feeling that somehow I am not done garnering notoriety or widespread recognition in this lifetime, and if there’s anything I’ve learned in the past, it’s that it “gets away from me” at times and I am surprised, baffled, and alarmed when that happens, and I very much believe that I’ll never get used to it. I could be running for significant political office in 5 years and I’ll be going “wtf?!!” the whole time, and I wonder if all those movie stars / recording artists / politicians / artists / authors / comedians / talk show hosts / etc. are thinking the same thing the entire time.
(I don’t think that startup founders think that way and that’s precisely why I’m afraid of them)
Keep in mind, I’m not really that good at any one thing, but that’s never stopped anyone
My pals and I used to be regulars at Sonar Gaow on 1st avenue and 6th street. $10 for soup, samosa, entree, rice, naan, and dessert. And it’s BYOB. Sure, it’s a hole in the wall, but it’s our hole in the wall.
Brick Lane Curry in East Village, Dhaba on Curry Row (can’t go wrong with most of the restaurants on Lex between 27th/29th), Pranna or Tamarind if u fancy
as part of a Meetup tech presentation event description…
Bruh! That’s exactly what I needed! Another “dope framework”! Bruh!
Also, it’s named “brisket” like cool barbecue food like we order for the whole office on Fridays. Cool aesthetic bruh!