Yes, those are two examples of failures to replicate Windows. Maybe someday!
Soooo.... what's its name?
Yes, how hard can it possibly be to get millions of lines of code written over a span of decades by thousands of authors to interoperate close enough to flawlessly to parse some simple text in hundreds of grammars through the use of a couple dozen basic operations executed billions of times a second? Geez.
Whenever a computer problem arises, the first thing to remember is that it's not strange that it doesn't work.
Why is your security code depending on undefined behavior? And why would you port to other architectures to serve as canaries for the architecture you're presumably running on? How about a test suite instead? Do you you tie your shoes in the morning, or do you have an elaborate Rube Goldberg machine try to will them onto your feet?
Maybe you should have checked those limits more closely. Class 2 are the ones that are blink-safe (if you're the trusting sort), limited to 1mW. Class 3 is 5mW, and the description of that is, to paraphrase; Hey, be careful, this shit can blind you before you can blink.
Yeah. Take the blind guy's advice.
You forgot this meme, you insensitive clod!
Me too! So far, so good!
New, certainly, but that's a tautology. Better? Always? What's your definition of "better"?
You're often contagious long before you're symptomatic. Not getting vaccinations is as mathematically stupid as playing the lottery, just in the opposite direction.
All the problems have an easy shortcut. Make choice, click submit. Score go up? Hit back, next question. Stay the same? Next choice.
Why do I feel like I just watched somebody jerk off?
For a fairly in-depth exploration of this, read Altered Carbon.