Would you end up with (number of banks) * (number of companies) records of holdings,
Presumably there's some way of transferring holdings between banks/institutions without incurring a tax penalty (i.e. not requiring you to sell and re-buy them); the US has that pretty much solved for retirement accounts, for example.
@Yamikuronue Dying day 1 kind of sucks though because you haven't really played at that point. Sure it is nice if you die day 1 and your team wins but it is hard to think 'Wow I really contributed to that win by getting lynched day 1'. Especially if it is a psuedo-random lynch.
Chances are by day 2 someone will die anyways but it can be hard to think positively about that experience, even if it pretty much has to happen.
Of course that just means spending more time in Club Ded, where the real fun is at
Also if you die Day 1, you die in real life.
Not saying this is a good mindset to have but I can understand their position.
Yeah, my problem is basically "How do I structure my application so I can write this kind of code?"
As others have said, there's no magic bullet. Reading up on patterns can help but only experience will tell you when a pattern is cromulent and when circumstances dictate deviating from them or using a different pattern.
I'd recommend writing some toy projects, then extending them. Seeing which bits of your structure are maintainable and allow for adding new features vs the parts that are a tangled mess will give you a good idea.
To explain a little further, write a bunch of toy projects that just do little things. Then take a simple program and apply a design pattern to it. Even if the design pattern would be unnecessary for that particular program, seeing how the pattern works in a simple, easy-to-understand environment often makes it easier to see how it can be useful for more complicated situations.
That's for sure. I especially like how she was meowing along with the frog until she realized the frog was going to be lunch.
What did you think was going to happen, lady? The frog would jump into an oven and cut itself up into fun-sized snake snacks?
@bb36e said in Immorality and liberals and twitter or some shit:
@Karla I guess it depends on age...my news feed is mostly full of
I have an interesting extended family. And I've gotten back in touch with childhood friends, high school friend, college friends, etc.
I ended up moving around a lot and I am horrible for keeping in touch. So it is nice to see pics of their families.
I have both of these. Fortunately, the "repost picture" fiends tend to stream stuff from the same places again and again, rather than from lots of sources, so I can "I don't want to see more pictures from IFLS" or whatever.
@masonwheeler Possibly, but did he build it and determine whether or not it was practical? I'm actually having trouble finding any information about his steam locomotive patent, but that fact alone means it probably wasn't very successful.
Watt was also an early believer in the "patent literally everything you can get away with and see what sticks" strategy.
Posting this inspired by @Boner’s O-Zone, and mainly to relate a funny story about it. This was a pretty big hit in the Netherlands, and not just among Turks living here. At the height of its success, now-defunct music channel TMF played it with subtitles so everyone would be able to understand what’s actually being sung. As I recall, the week after, it plummeted in the charts
Every lady I speak to who bothers to comment on the subject always complains that the lines at public bathrooms in big venues are always terribly long for the ladies while the guys skate right through.
That's because male urination in public restrooms is not inherently a stalling tactic.
Someone telling you that method is better than just using a username and password, you should curb-stomp them.
Yet another username and password for me to manage? Fuck you.
Get a password manager. If you get a good one, you can even stop using memorable passwords and just have them randomly generated for you. Some will even let you set reminders to change your passwords! Then you only need to remember your device logins, and your password manager login.
Weng about 11 hours ago
You see Yamikuronue visit you.
You see asdf visit you.
You see ChaosTheEternal visit you.
You see all_users visit you.
You see CreatedToDislikeThis visit asdf. Apparently he missed the memo.
Then you see nothing else, ever again.
You will be invited to Club Ded shortly.
xaade about 11 hours ago
Did anything happen to me?
Training Incident Review
Summary of Findings
On July 3rd 2016, Commander Ben Lubar initiated a training operation in Silo 7 using the standard Realistic Comms Out Training protocol. Authorized training plan attached in appendix A.
Little is known about the early progress of the training program, as 3 days later, an incident occurred. For reasons undetermined a very energetic fire began on the low levels of the launch silo. A number of crew members have been determined to have been in the silo at the time, as their bodies have not been and are unlikely ever to be recovered. These crew were:
It is assumed they were engaging in firefighting activities and declined to use the available escapes. They are posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor in recognition of their valiant efforts.
All safety measures appear to have functioned properly as described in Appendix B, but the fire could not be contained and the boosters detonated.
The nuclear warhead management system properly detected the ground fire and rendered the 10 warheads safe, though breakage of warheas containment did occur, contaminating the entire silo structure. No contamination spread to the surface or into the crew areas.
Heavy damage and secondary fires in the crew areas made them only borderline habitable. A very large armed conflict appears to have broken out.
The apparent victors were @ben_lubar, @aliceif, @CreatedToDislikeThis and @Yamikuronue. Due to their alignment with the Commander, they are assumed to have been operating under lawful orders. These 4 are posthumously awarded various decorations and merits for their service against the mutineers.