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I think it's great. Take video. Take pictures. Publicize the hell out of it, and leave the government out of it. Then maybe the flat Earth conspiracies will go away and we can get back to going on with our lives.
As an aside, at least this dude is actually doing something about it. Gotta give him props for that.
Some of us have already filed this idiot where he belongs, and our lives were never interrupted.
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Just walked through the living room and Herself is watching some Reality Police show on the TV.
As I walk through I hear a cop asking "This vehicle has hit 39 ANPR cameras since it failed it's MOT* - were you on your way to a pre-booked MOT test on all of those occasions?"
Made me laugh, anyway. Ah, technology - it's a git if you don't understand it!
* The MOT is a UK annual test of all vehicles roadworthiness - if you don't have one, the vehicle is only allowed on the road while driving directly to or from a prebooked test.
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Reminds me of a singleton meets the concept of a self-referential thread pool, but then again naming patterns isn't exactly my strong suit. As far as to whether or not to stop using it, personally I'd have at least two classes that worked in tandem... a MyClassContainer (or pool or whatever) and a MyClass. Only for the sake of clarity and no other reason. But then again patterns aren't exactly my strong suit, so if it's an industry standard pattern then I'd be ok with it as is. Kinda curious what some of the peeps will say in reply to this.
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