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Addiction LXXVI

Old 10-14-19, 02:04 PM
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Originally Posted by LAJ View Post
It seems the struggle is real.
I am just amazed, from a programming perspective, that something like sop****re is flagged because four letters in the middle form a derogatory term on their own. Seems like the programming would account for that. For example, when I do a find and replace in a Word document I can tell the program to look for whole words only. Wonder if ****geneous will get edited.

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Originally Posted by indyfabz View Post
I am just amazed, from a programming perspective, that something like sop****re is flagged because four letters in the middle form a derogatory term on their own. Seems like the programming would account for that. For example, when I do a find and replace in a Word document I can tell the program to look for whole words only. Wonder if ****geneous will get edited.

Yep.
I think censor hating and censor-baiting are unofficial BF sports.

I know there are more important things in the world than the censor, but for whatever reason the stupidity quotient of the censor touches a raw nerve.
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A look at my Steam library reminded me that I'd bought Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Dishonored 2 last year and never got around to playing them. Sweet. That should get me through the first couple months of winter.
Dishonored2 is great but I gave up on Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. The interface and all was clunky and cumbersome like they were trying to do too much with it. Maybe I'll try it again this Winter.
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Originally Posted by Trsnrtr View Post
Dishonored2 is great but I gave up on Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. The interface and all was clunky and cumbersome like they were trying to do too much with it. Maybe I'll try it again this Winter.
Hmm, that's unfortunate about DX:MD. I really liked DX:HR, played through a few times using different play styles. Ditto with the original Dishonored - had to see all of the different endings, plus it was a fun challenge to go through pacifist, ghost levels, etc.
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Originally Posted by BillyD View Post
You guys fussing endlessly about the minor nuances of the poor filter, and yet you let this grievous transgression slip by unchallenged? There's something wrong with this picture.


NOTE: Also, to the poster, you should only take one of those blue pills at a time, not two.
I wondered if anyone would catch that.
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Old 10-14-19, 05:38 PM
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker View Post
I wondered if anyone would catch that.
One pill at a time, before you hurt yourself.
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Originally Posted by indyfabz View Post
I am just amazed, from a programming perspective, that something like sop****re is flagged because four letters in the middle form a derogatory term on their own. Seems like the programming would account for that. For example, when I do a find and replace in a Word document I can tell the program to look for whole words only. Wonder if ****geneous will get edited.

Yep.
To be fair I have to agree the quirky performance of the filter needs correcting. The h o m o thing is just ridiculous.
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Old 10-14-19, 06:30 PM
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About the only thing I understood on this page is it sucks that it's monday.

I did ride today and it was awesome. It is getting cold down here. Jacket weather is looming.
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Originally Posted by indyfabz View Post
It's only Monday.

Sad.
I forgot that today was a bank holiday.
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Originally Posted by rjones28 View Post
I forgot that today was a bank holiday.
I asked Siri if it was a bank holiday and she didn't really answer, so I didn't go to the bank.
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Old 10-14-19, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by BillyD View Post
One pill at a time, before you hurt yourself.
And take a break. Your heart thanks you.
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I did not ride today and came up with many excuses not to, including a car wash and my statute book is too heavy. That has to stop.
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Originally Posted by indyfabz View Post
But not sop****re.
Do you mean sophomore?
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Originally Posted by DougRNS View Post
About the only thing I understood on this page is it sucks that it's monday.

I did ride today and it was awesome. It is getting cold down here. Jacket weather is looming.
74° at midnight. I could smell a couple of fireplaces in use on my way home. Phoenicians are so ridiculous sometimes.
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Originally Posted by rjones28 View Post
I forgot that today was a bank holiday.
Second Sunday in that respect!
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Originally Posted by rjones28 View Post
I forgot that today was a bank holiday.
Republic Bank was open here in town. Cashed in my change. $210 worth.
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Originally Posted by Siu Blue Wind View Post
Do you mean sophomore?
Evading the censor. Reported!
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Serious power problem in our NJ building. Backup generators did not come on. Must be running on batteries. We are shutting down lights and stuff to save power for the dispatch center.

Will check in later.
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Originally Posted by Siu Blue Wind View Post
Do you mean sophomore?
Could you teach us how to do that?
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I saw T-Mar use dashes between letters, in order to be able to type out the name of a famous Japanese bicycle manufacturer whose name contains a slang word for "excrement" that is also used sometimes to express surprise or disappointment.
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I saw T-Mar use dashes between letters, in order to be able to type out the name of a famous Japanese bicycle manufacturer whose name contains a slang word for "excrement" that is also used sometimes to express surprise or disappointment.
Anything similar to ****ake mushrooms?
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Anything similar to ****ake mushrooms?
In parts of the South where Macon is pronounced Maykin and so on, I wouldn't be surprised if that were pronounced shy-take. Like you know, "I'll take a pound of them shy-take mushrooms." The censor would be out of a job.
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Anything similar to ****ake mushrooms?
That's the company. The Japanese really should be more culturally-aware, when it comes to the spelling of their company name in English. Some of us are rather sensitive to such things.
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Anything similar to ****ake mushrooms?
Shiitake

I farmed them in one of my former lives.

And I believe that is the Genus.

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Originally Posted by DougRNS View Post

I did ride today and it was awesome. It is getting cold down here. Jacket weather is looming.
My broken-body wife treated me to a short 20 mile ride on the family truckster. She was in pain at the end but suffered through it for me.

And, yes, we had light jackets on.

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