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Messages - Frenzie

The Lounge / Re: True or false?

You think it's speak sign language. :P
The Lounge / Re: For keeps or drop.
About blank.
The Lounge / Re: What Time Is It?

Edit: posted right at the 45 mark, apparently :P
The Lounge / Re: True or false?

It's snowing. ❄
The Lounge / Re: True or false?

You're eating tomato pulp.
The Lounge / Re: True or false?

You're not feeling well this week.
DnD Central / Re: Today's Bad News
What city does Israel name as its capitol?
None, I believe. Isn't a capitol a building?  :angel:
The Lounge / Re: True or false?

You are thirsty.
KLM is also thinking about it.
The Lounge / Re: True or false?

You have tea.
DnD Central / Re: Today's Bad News
Hamas (link to one of the most despicable documents written in recent memory) is not a fringe group. On the one hand they deny the Holocaust, and then they say the Holocaust should've happened and they will make sure it does. Which is pretty much the only thing more despicable than denying the Holocaust. Such is the moral difference between the democratic state of Israel, which has the power to do whatever it wants but chooses not to, and its enemies that say they have the explicit intent of committing genocide. Tacit support of these terrorists is our disgrace.

There hasn't been any "peace process" in the Middle East for over a decade. Informally most of the Arab world has long since accepted the status quo. Trump's usual diplomatic blundering doesn't change a thing for Israel or surrounding nations, but by going against the (however wrong) international consensus Trump is reducing the relevancy of the United States, yet again. That's annoying and sad.

Various former US presidential candidates, from Clinton to young Bush to Obama, promised doing exactly this during their campaigns![1] The only people who should be blamed are those who said we shouldn't take Trump's campaign promises seriously because he wouldn't go through with them.

PS Here's an ad from the Republican-Jewish coalition in today's NYT.

PPS Reading between the lines, I'm sure the Saudis gave their A-OK.
Or so claims the right-wing Perhaps I'm wrong to assume they wouldn't lie about something so easily falsifiable, bu it does seem to agree with the broad strokes of my own memory and I'm feeling lazy. In any case Congress already decided on this back in 1995.
Happy Independence Day!

Also happy Sinterklaas. Around here it's on the 6th rather than the 5th.
The Lounge / Re: True or false?
True. In the "once upon a time" sense anyway. At 8° C today I suppose some leftover ice would be conceivable, albeit unlikely.

You're going to the store now.
Btw, don't tell the Brits they're using an airplane called Eurofighter.  :zip:
The Lounge / Re: This or that?
Corn bread.

Socks with or without stuff around the ankles?
The Lounge / Re: What Time Is It?
The Lounge / Re: True or false?

It's the right time for Sinterklaas music!
So you really got to see the whole page (containing the overview of my OSM work, with graphs, tables,...)?!
If you mean those silly ones with amount of changes per hour and such (four of 'em), yes. On old QtWebKit it seems to say "111 mapping days with NaN changeset in the last year" at the top instead of "111 mapping days with 224 changesets in the last year" though.

Edit: actually you seem to have changes from all hours of the day? :lol:
I have though a page of a kind that is more important to me, but brings Otter to crash. This is not new and I can of course live with that, but maybe someone finds time once to check what is going on:
It find it disturbing that something as complex as streetmaps loads like such a breeze compared to what's basically just a few kB in text like Facebook or Twitter. But I can't seem to reproduce a crash with either old or new QtWebKit. Is there anything specific that you do? I sure hope it's not some odd Windows issue; in a way those are the worst. :(
The Lounge / Re: True or false?
False. It was way too misty to see the moon.

You saw the nearly full moon a couple of days ago.
The Lounge / Re: True or false?

You thought your upstairs neighbors were moving.
The Lounge / Re: True or false?

You didn't sleep very well.
The Lounge / Re: True or false?

You borrowed a philosophy book from the library.