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Me: In June 1915, Walter Kirke, deputy head of military intelligence at GHQ France, wrote in his diary that Mansfield Cumming, the first chief (or C) of the SIS was “making enquiries for invisible inks at the London University.” Me: what do you think Cumming was considering as an invisible ink Me: hint: it is […]

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Belt. Made from a Cat.

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Cat Belt.

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Dog owns Balloons

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I love people who train their dogs to do ridiculous things.

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Professor Dog

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How much do I want this to be my next programming textbook? I like that the dog stamped the poster with his paw print to ensure attribution. This is his intellectual property.

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You otter have been there

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Facebook takes time out of its busy schedule to bring you this message.

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Computer LOLZ

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Dad: …So an assertion in Eiffel checks to see if something is true or false before or after a loop for example, or *blah blah blah* classes, *blah blah blah* loop invariance, *blah blah blah* and if it’s false, then it blows its stack. Eve: More like pops its stack, right Dad? Am I right? […]

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