Dreaming uses the same functionality as imagination, which is also the same as what provides much of my world interpretation. Because of this, dreaming for me is basically the same as experiencing in the imaginary scope, and this can (and has) bled to physical responses in the past. It's the only other explanation I have for receiving weird injuries while sleeping.
In a similar vein, striking a brick wall with bare appendages while dreaming is not recommended.
Good morning, Worm your honor.
The crown will plainly show
The developers who now stands before you
Were caught red-handed showing skills
Showing skills of an almost competent nature;
This. Will. Not. Do.
@slackerd You have to be careful. If you try everything they have that looks interesting, you could end up with 20 different soaps and aftershaves and it will take you decades to use it all. It happens a lot on r/wicked_edge. They call it Soap Acquisition Disorder, and if they do manage to finish a tub of soap, they post a picture of it there for upvotes.
@heterodox reminds me of listening to a certain ADHD Belarusian speak Russian. At the time I could barely understand normal people, and this dude was speaking a million words per second ( not really) and clipping the endings, jamming his words together. It was exhausting.
Reminds me of a 5hr COBOL class I took in Jr college (back in 1981). It started at 8a on Sat (once a week). I got off work at 7a (yeah, 3rd shift). The prof had such a thick accent it was really hard to understand him. Which was good - it kept me from falling asleep!
Cameras which permit viewing the body without clothes naked (I want one of these! Is it a mode you switch on?)
Infrared light can see through certain clothing.
In the old analog days, Kodak's Ektachrome Infrared film was notorious for making IR visible, and IR film in general had plenty of urban legends behind the Iron Curtain.
In this digital age, camera manufacturers add special filters to block IR and prevent this. See Sony Nightshot. This site has some technical details and "hacks" for the curious.
I was driving home from down town yesterday, when suddenly the exit dropped me in the leftmost lane, and I needed to be two to the right eventually. The guy to my right would not let me merge right to let him past, he had to get in front of me, no matter what, so I eventually had to slow down and make all the angry, left-lane people even angrier so he could get past.
Same with e.g. Get Office, where it seems like a lot more users may appreciate the convenience of one-click installation of the Office subscription tied to their Microsoft account when it used to require finding the disc/downloading the installer again, finding the product key... etc.
Which is true, right up until Get Office is a horribly coded piece of crap and still gets installed (and doesn't remove itself) regardless of if Office has actually been Get-ed. And reinstalls itself every update...
If I were naive I would blame it on an Apps inability to detect if other apps were installed. But that would be just stupid, right?
If PlayerID is int it looks like it's search for '%test00%', which an int obviously never can be.
You might need to modify the search value for non string columns.
Yeah, that is supposed to be configured on the front request side. Technically, we might want to be able to punch in the player ID in the search bar and be hunky dory, and ignore that column if the input is impossible to do, but for now coercing all the things to strings (that rhymes!) seems to be working OK for now.