This is where you take your mother to court for abuse and file a petition of emancipation. Good luck weaselling out of contract terms then.
The point is that it's obvious that he's the stronger player, and the world needs a better system than a single championship once every three years to prove it.
Besides, chess has always been played in Eurasia.
Because in Oceania it rains all the time and Eastasia prefers Go.
The author of the bzip2 decompression code seems to have gotten a little bored writing the comments.
. . . especially when the needs vary with each site. I run Flayrah (a furry news/features site) and implemented a comment moderation system based on weighted ratings and user karma across comments and posts that fades and folds comments as their rating decreases. It works pretty well for us, but it took a lot of time to balance, as well as technical expertise which most site-runners don't have. Sometimes people complain about the "rule of the majority", but in practice they tend to do quite well. The alternative was more heavy-handed moderation by selected moderators, who have their own biases.
It's best to mix up your adjectives a bit. If you have someone "note" everything, it gets boring rather quickly. If you get stuck, "said' or "wrote" are good options.
If wishes were mod-points, we'd all be +5.
The poster made a comment in the second bug saying that they hoped to get a faster response than on the MySQL bug.
One of them is black. RTFA!
You can't take a gift back; but if you don't get a product or service you purchased, that's a different matter.
You can also right-click on the tab bar, it's an option there.
It's saying that "undo close tab" is a thing. Somehow this is a surprise to some people.
Not unable; we just prefer to live in our virtual world. It's safer there.
Unfortunately it's not all coming from a single IP address - there are literally thousands out there - and any one would only post as regularly as a standard user, with randomized text from large templates. You stop them at various layers - DNSBLs, CAPTCHAs, form entry field checks, link checks, specific spam text . . .