@CoyneTheDup Those are annotations, placed there by the video's author, not YouTube. Red will not help you there.
You should be able to get rid of those if you dig under that gear icon in the bottom.
@Jaloopa I'll play!
I am not going to go with the Queen, I bet the old bat will hang on for another year. And it's not gonna be Trump, because liberals are too big pussies to actually assassinate him, and will instead just keep on whining on twitter.
My picks are:
Arnold Schwarzenegger, all those steroids can't be good for you
Vladimir Putin, he's getting a bit too reckless with his assassinations, someone will hit back
Oprah Winfrey, she'll try to treat cancer or something with one of her quack remedies
Mick Jagger, he already looks dead
Ben Stiller, I'll second your pick. The cancer will come back, I SEE IT IN THE ORB
Doing code review for a contractor's code.
For every critique, add 10 minutes of arguing what he was told, whether he was given enough time, whether this is a "bug" or I merely don't like how he factored it...
Representative quote: "I was told there are bugs. These are not bugs. It's just bad code".
The conclusion is, isolate his shit like a tumor into its own service and use it like that until we can refactor.
Status: Awwww crap. We've got two independently-developed Python libraries to do virtually the same thing. One is Python as written by smartass dickheads who never saw a complicated technique that they didn't want to (ab)use. The other is Python as written by Java programmers. We really don't want to have to maintain both.
Fight! Fight! Fight!
* stabs himself in eyes before going to art gallery
"I don't see what's the big deal"
That part is an indication - though hardly a definitive one - that it probably isn't the hard drive, as most BIOS or UEFI setups will show that before checking the SATA connections. Now, as I say, it isn't definitive - if there is an electrical connection issue, with the drive or anything else, it could cause the whole system to glitch for a bit before the system re-rails itself - but it does seem to me that the drive is probably not the culprit.
Hmm... that's a good point. You might be right.
@flabdablet Hmmm, interesting.
Presuming the minimum 1GB / month bandwidth, here's their estimation for my setup (python + tornado, no database):
$3 is better than the VPS minimum of $5, so this is a real choice if I only need a single site (which I do, for now).
I think I'll wait a few months with the current setup and see how much bandwidth I'll actually use and how much downtime I'll actually have. If the current setup proves as unreliable as I fear, I might go with these guys.
@flabdablet they are managed hosting, unfortunately. No way I'm trying to deploy my overenginered pos thing without an ssh + git.
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