How does "I don't give a shit, the compiler deals with that crap for me" score?
Simple, but very very flawed.
I know too many idiots to ever support a seniority based approach, especially where unions make it very hard to remove incompetent people.
No, we have a sense of humour. It's altogether more civilised and allows for nuance, subtlety and more advanced forms of wit.
All of which were sadly absent from the alleged joke about weenies.
Tricky one. A property has intrinsic value due to benefits that could be derived from it. If you're not deriving those benefits the property doesn't lose its value.
I don't think it's unreasonable to expect cyclists to have adequate lighting on their bikes at night. It's very rare that an entire journey would have street lighting at any time of night.
Then again, I live in a village with green fields on all sides. It gets lovely and mostly dark around here.
Maybe you should slow down if you can't see properly.
http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/1000... isn't enough light for you? Mount two of them, you'll put out as much light as a car.
your neighbour has reasonable grounds for installing suitable lighting of their own for security, safety and access purpose
None of which justifies their light illuminating your property, and particularly your windows.
It's not a major issue for me and I already have nice thick lined curtains, but the council are obliged to act on your behalf if light pollution is causing you an issue.
You can also choose not to ask them.
'Disable' apparently means 'keep sending shit' unless you're on Enterprise edition.
Depends how frequent an extreme it is.
Live somewhere with a monsoon season and it's probably both extreme and the norm.
You can ask your council to step in and take action against a neighbour that is causing unnecessary light pollution.
Just as the council can baffle their lights, so can your neighbour.
They do, here. Lights go off at midnight, GMT. They don't recognise daylight savings, so you get an extra hour of light in the summer.
bike lights are basically worthless for seeing the road ahead and only useful for other people to see the cyclist
Only if you go with the trendy flashing LED "look, I'm here and I'm trendy and important" bullshit lights favoured these days.
I was cycling down dark country roads with more than adequate visibility using proper bike lights over 20 years ago, don't pretend you can't get a decent light these days.
Brits are such a bunch of faggots.
If you knew anything about us, you'd know we eat faggots.
In my village approximately none are dimmed and (guessing) around 80% are shut off.
But separate them out and you have self-commenting easily maintainable and more easily debugged code.
Using the ternary operator is laziness, not advanced programming.