That whooshing sound is your cue that you're too stupid to vote.
To be fair, the odds are good that he would feel threatened for long.
I read "defect" as "defecate" at first, and was solemnly nodding my head in agreement, as that would be difficult to cover up.
From Wikipedia: "The killer whale (Orcinus orca), also referred to as the orca whale or orca, and less commonly as the blackfish, is a toothed whale belonging to the oceanic dolphin family."
You should probably go back to whatever MMORPG you're playing now.
Just what are you trying to imply here, something or other about programmers, sheep, and conjugal concerns? You've got a sick mind my friend, just plain sick.
The expression "observable universe" doesn't work either.
Better terminology for this theory would be "islands of causality". But scientists tend to be shit at naming things so instead they will overload a sadly overused term instead.
While it would certainly be a better technical description, many people might have difficulty understanding the expression "islands of causality." The term "universe" is more widely understood by the general populace, and hence the expression "multiple universes," or "multiverse" if you will, may be more easily understood by a broader audience.
If there's an alternate universe that doesn't interact with ours in any manner, by definition, it is out of the realm of science.
The belief that such interaction does not occur does not rule out the possibility that such interaction may be possible given certain circumstances.
By the same token, speculating about the goings-on inside the event horizon of a black hole is not science as such theories cannot possibly be tested.
Direct interaction with a system is not the exclusive means available for testing a system. Mathematics is especially useful in such scientific pursuits. You appear to confusing science with engineering.
You can store BTC offline quite easily. Copy a (hopefully encrypted) wallet to a couple of thumbdrives.
I always encourage people to look into other alternatives; some folks swear by C shell, although I don't have much practical use for anything for than bash, Perl, and the usual suite of BSD and GNU utilities when it comes to system automation and other tasks.
Quite true. Cygwin is great for what it is, but it's really no replacement for a *nix system if the objective is really to go all out with utilizing the full scope of tools available for many tasks. OS X gets much closer, but you'll still find yourself resorting to Homebrew or MacPorts at some point to get a reasonably complete environment.
Enjoy your pool. I'll enjoy knowing I have a history of getting guys like you, folks with no real skills but plenty of attitude, fired following conversations with other guys who wear suits. Your stereotypical attitude regarding technical folks is a strong indicator that you were simply a failure in such areas, and have attempted to "business it up" with a few rounds of bullshit bingo to keep your career afloat. Hint: it falls through when the wrong people smell the bullshit. Think about that for a moment, but do enjoy your pool while you have it.
Sorry junior but you already stated that you are only 32 years old, so even if your experiences weren't utterly worthless in this context, you still don't have much of it.
You just keep telling yourself that. There's a funny thing about experience: at this point, I've got about 15 years of actual professional experience in this field, along with the ability to actually build things, *gasp* work with teams, and generally help others avoid certain kinds of tragic errors of the sort that can wind up being business killers. Some people try to do this stuff for five years or thirty years and never truly grasp anything. Those people tend to wind up rather frustrated; on the off chance that you're not actually a snot nosed 15 year old on his dad's computer, does this sound familiar?
Also, what happened to going to bed in a couple of minutes? Right, you didn't actually mean what you wrote, you just said it in a futile attempt to dismiss responses because you're ill prepared to handle them.
Christ, you're a dense one. I've got a couple of kids to deal with these days, and as one might expect from once being a kid himself, they don't always sleep through the night. Add in a wife expecting kid #3, and sleep can get a bit irregular all around. I'm still assuming you're 15 and have no idea what any of this means, though.
Mod parent up. The few times I dialed up on an acoustic coupler were at a buddy's house as a kid on his dad's machine. In my defense, I'll note that my house still had rotary phones on the walls.